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02/05/1970 - Philadelphia (First official Motown concert)

19/06/1970 - San Francisco, Cow Palace (Concert with Tina Turner and Rare Earth)

20/06/1970 - Los Angeles, Forum

 

"In San Francisco and Los Angeles, it looked like the walls were falling the way hundreds of them, the girls, came at the stage all together; but we have to practice getting away too, so we're ready to drop everything and run. Jermaine dropped his guitar and took off at the Forum concert. We can always get a new guitar for him, but he'd be kinda hard to replace. It's too bad really, 'cause we can't finish the show the way we rehearsed. We always have to run off stage, and we can't thank the audience and stuff, you know the way we'd really like too, we just have to run away."

Michael Jackson (12 year-old), august 1970, for Soul Magazine.

"A San Francisco et Los Angeles, c'était comme si les murs allaient tomber, avec ces centaines de filles qui arrivaient sur scène toutes ensembles; mais nous devons aussi nous exercer à partir vite, donc nous sommes prêts à tout arrêter et courrir. Jermaine a abandonné sa guitare et est parti en courrant en fin de concert au Forum. On peut toujours obtenir une nouvelle guitare pour lui, mais ce sera difficile à remplacer. C'est vraiment dommage, car nous ne pouvons pas finir le spectacle de la manière dont on l'a répété. A chaque fois, nous devons partir de scène en courant, et nous ne pouvons même pas remercier le public, de la manière dont nous souhaiterions réellement. On doit partir en courant.

Michael Jackson (12 ans), août 1970, pour Soul Magazine.

 

 

09/10/1970 - Boston, Boston Gardens

10/10/1970 - Cincinnati, Cincinnati Gardens

11/10/1970 - Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum

16/10/1970 - New York, Madison Square Garden (Rollingstone Article)

17/10/1970 - Detroit, Olympia Stadium

18/10/1970 - Chicago, Amphitheatre

28/11/1970 - Rochester, War Memorial Auditorium

27/12/1970 - Charlotte, Coliseum

28/12/1970 - Greensboro, Coliseum

29/12/1970 - Nashville, Municipal Auditorium

30/12/1970 - Jacksonville, Coliseum

Original Program Tour, 1970


Jackson 5 & Elgin Baylor, Los Angeles Forum, 1970


Jermaine, Michael, Jackie in Nashville, 1970

 

 

02/01/1971 - Miami Beach, Miami Beach Auditorium

03/01/1971 - Mobile, Civic Center

29/01/1971 - Dayton, Arena

30/01/1971 - Columbus, St John Arena

31/01/1971 - Gary, West Side High School

 

27/03/1971 - Shreveport, Hirsch Coliseum

28/03/1971 - New Orleans, Memorial Auditorium

01/04/1971 - Memphis, Mid-South Auditorium

02/04/1971 - Tampa, Curtis Hixon Hall

04/04/1971 - Jackson, Mississippi Coliseum

 

28/05/1971 - Philadelphia, Spectrum

29/05/1971 - Indianapolis, Market Square Arena

30/05/1971 - Oklahoma City, Myriad Convention Center

16/07/1971 - New York, Madison Square Garden

17/07/1971 - Charleston, Civic Arena

18/07/1971 - Hampton, Hampton Roads Coliseum

20/07/1971 - Charlotte, Coliseum

21/07/1971 - Toledo, Sports Arena
23/07/1971 - Chicago, International Amphitheater

24/07/1971 - Cincinnati, Riverfront Coliseum

25/07/1971 - Detroit, Olympia Stadium

27/07/1971 - Flint, Coliseum

28/07/1971 - Fort Wayne, Allen County War Memorial

30/07/1971 - Pittsburgh, Civic Arena

31/07/1971 - Baltimore, Civic Center

01/08/1971 - Raleigh, Dorton Arena

02/08/1971 - Macon, Coliseum

07/08/1971 - Columbia Coliseum

10/08/1971 - Tampa, Curtis Hixon Hall

11/08/1971 - Birmingham, Municipal Auditorium

13/08/1971 - Kansas City, Municipal Auditorium

14/08/1971 - St Louis, Kiel Auditorium

15/08/1971 - Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum

17/08/1971 - Montgomery, Garrett Coliseum

18/08/1971 - Tulsa, Assembly Center

20/08/1971 - Denver, Coliseum

22/08/1971 - Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl

28/08/1971 - Columbus, Ohio State Fair

29/08/1971 - Des Moines, Iowa State Fair

31/08/1971 - Toronto, Canadian National Exhibition

09/09/1971 - Detroit, Michigan State Fair

12/09/1971 - Honolulu, Honolulu International Center Arena

 

15/10/1971 - Chicago, International Theater

 

27/12/1971 - Houston, Coliseum

28/12/1971 - Dallas, Memorial Auditorium

29/12/1971 - Norfolk, Hampton Coliseum

30/12/1971 - Richmond, Coliseum





Indianapolis, 05/1971


Michael, 1971

Hollywood Bowl, L.A., 08/1971


 

 

 

01/01/1972 - Nashville, Municipal Auditorium

02/01/1972 - Greenville, Greenville Memorial Auditorium

12/01/1972 - Atlanta, City Auditorium (2 concerts to commemorate Dr Martin Luther King Jr's birthday, for the first time! The Supremes also performed.)

 

12/02/1972 - St Louis, Kiel Auditorium

 

26/03/1972 - Shreveport, Hirsch Memorial Coliseum

27/03/1972 - New Orleans, Municipal Auditorium

29/03/1972 - Tampa, Curtis Hixon Hall (> ticket)

31/03/1972 - Jackson, State Fair Coliseum

01/04/1972 - Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum

 

30/06/1972 - New York, Madison Square Garden

01/07/1972 - Baltimore, Civic Center

02/07/1972 - Norfolk, Coliseum

07/07/1972 - Richmond, Richmond Coliseum

08/07/1972 - Charlotte, Coliseum

09/07/1972 - Greensboro, Coliseum

14/07/1972 - Cincinnati, Cincinnati Gardens

15/07/1972 - Pittsburg, Civic Center Arena

16/07/1972 - Cleveland, Public Auditorium

18/07/1972 - Chicago, International Amphitheatre (see article)

21/07/1972 - Tulsa, Civic Center

22/07/1972 - Dallas, Memorial Auditorium

23/07/1972 - Houston, Coliseum

24/07/1972 - New Orleans, Municipal Auditorium

29/07/1972 - Chicago, Amphitheatre
30/07/1972 - Chicago, Amphitheatre

04/08/1972 - Columbia, Carolina Coliseum Arena (> Poster)

05/08/1972 - Atlanta, Municipal Auditorium

06/08/1972 - Nashville, Municipal Auditorium

11/08/1972 - Savannah, Civic Center

12/08/1972 - Washington, Constitution Hall

13/08/1972 - Charleston, Civic Center

17/08/1972 - Louisville, Kentucky State Fair

18/08/1972 - Kansas City, Municipal Auditorium

19/08/1972 - St Louis, Kiel Auditorium

20/08/1972 - Indianapolis, Indiana State Fair

22/08/1972 - Sedalia, Missouri State Fair

25/08/1972 - San Francisco, Cow-Palace

26/08/1972 - Los Angeles, Forum

27/08/1972 - San Diego, Sports Arena

29/08/1972 - Honolulu, Honolulu International Center Arena

09/1972 - Black Push Expo ("Save The Children" Concert), Chicago

05/10/1972 - Chicago, International Theater

 

 

European Tour 1972

 

02/11/1972 - Amsterdam (Netherlands, Hollande), Concertbouw

04/11/1972 - Munich (Germany, Allemagne), Circus Krone

05/11/1972 - Frankfurt (Germany, Allemagne), Stadhalle Offenbach

06/11/1972 - Paris (France), Olympia

09/11/1972 - Birmingham (England, Angleterre), Odeon

10/11/1972 - Manchester (England, Angleterre), Bellevue

11/11/1972 - Liverpool (England, Angleterre), Empire

12/11/1972 - London (England, Angleterre), Wembley, Empire Pool


Jackson 5 in Germany (Circus Krone, Munich)

Original ticket concert from the Tampa's Concert
(March, 29 1972)



Original poster (from Columbia, Carolina), August 5 1972


Jackson 5 & The Commodores, 1972



London, november, 1972


 


02/03/1973 - Oklahoma City, Coliseum
03/03/1973 - Monroe, Coliseum
04/03/1973 - Houston, Astrodome


Japan Tour
27/04/1973 - Tokyo (Japan, Japon), Tokyo Imperial Theatre
28/04/1973 - Hiroshima (Japan, Japon), Yubin Chokin Hall
30/04/1973 - Osaka (Japan, Japon), Koseinankin Hall
01/05/1973 - Osaka (Japan, Japon), Festival Hall
02/05/1973 - Tokyo (Japan, Japon), Budokan

US Tour
05/05/1973 - Portland, Coliseum Complex
06/05/1973 - Seattle, Seattle Center Coliseum
18/05/1973 - Philadelphia, Spectrum
19/05/1973 - Dayton, Dayton Hara Arena
20/05/1973 - Columbus, St John Arena

Australian Tour
23/06/1973 - Brisbane, Australia, Brisbane Festival Hall
26/06/1973 - Melbourne, Australia, Festival Hall
29/06/1973 - Perth, Australia, Beatie Park
01/07/1973 - Adelaide, Australia, Apollo Stadium
02/07/1973 - Sydney, Australia, Hordern Pavilion
04/07/1973 - Christchurch, New Zealand, Town Hall
05/07/1973 - Wellington, New Zealand, Athletic Park

US Tour
13/07/1973 - Boston, Boston Gardens
14/07/1973 - New Haven, Veterans Memorial Coliseum
15/07/1973 - Providence, Civic Center

17/07/1973 - San Juan, Puerto Rico, Hiram Bithrom Stadium

20/07/1973 - Pittsburg, Civic Arena
21/07/1973 - Long Pond, Pocono State Fair
22/07.1973 - New York, Madison Square Garden
24/07/1973 - Chicago, International Amphitheatre
25/07/1973 - Chicago, International Amphtheatre
28/07/1973 - Detroit, Olympia Stadium
29/07/1973 - Saratoga, Saratoga Perfect Arts

03/08/1973 - Richmond, Richmond Coliseum
04/08/1973 - Hampton, Hampton Roads Coliseum
05/08/1973 - Baltimore, Civic Center
07/08/1973 - Greensboro, Greensboro Coliseum
08/08/1973 - Nashville, Municipal Auditorium
10/08/1973 - Columbia, Carolina Coliseum
11/08/1973 - Atlanta, The Omni
12/08/1973 - Miami, Convention Center
17/08/1973 - Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum
18/08/1973 - St Louis, Kiel Auditorium
19/08/1973 - Indianapolis, State Fair
21/08/1973 - New Orleans, Municipal Auditorium
22/08/1973 - Dallas, Memorial Auditorium (see poster)
24/08/1973 - San Francisco, Cow Palace
25/08/1973 - Fresno, Convention Center
26/08/1973 - Los Angeles, Forum
28/08/1973 - Boston, Suffolk Downs

29/08/1973 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada (Man & His World)

31/08/1973 - Columbus, State Fair

02/09/1973 - Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu International Center Arena


Original ticket from the Adelaide concert, 07/1973







Madison Square Garden, 07/1973

 

 

 

01/02/1974 Dakar, Senegal Demba Diop Stadium photo
02/02/1974 Dakar, Senegal Theatre National Daniel Sorano
03/02/1974 Dakar, Senegal Theatre National Daniel Sorano

22/02/1974 Houston, Texas Astrodome

Las Vegas concerts

 

Jackson 5 Las Vegas
Jackson 5's Las Vegas Program

'The brothers thought hangin' out in hotels with white people would be no fun. But I wanted to play Las Vegas. To me, Las Vegas was part of show business tradition. At that meeting, our father told us two things : first he said he was trying to show the world that we were every bit as good as The Osmonds; then he told us about Sammy Davis and what he went through so that guys like us could play Las Vegas.'

'I wanted more than anything to be a part of that great tradition. To me, it was very important. It was a giant step.'

Michael Jackson

'Mes frères pensaient que partager des hôtels avec des blancs ne seraient pas marrant. Mais moi je voulais jouer à Las Vegas. Pour moi, Las Vegas faisait partie de la tradition du show business. Lors de cette réunion familiale, notre père nous dit deux choses : en premier, il nous dit qu'il voulait montrer au monde que nous étions en tout point aussi bon que The Osmonds; puis il nous parla de Sammy Davis, et ce qu'il accomplit, donc des gars comme nous pouvaient faire Las Vegas'.

'Je voulais plus que tout faire partie de cette grande tradition. Pour moi, c'était très important. Ce fut un pas de géant.'

Michael Jackson

 



Las Vegas concerts include La Toya, Randy, Janet, and then Rebbie.

07/04/1974 Opening night

09/04 - 23/04/1974 15 shows

21/08 - 03/09/1974 14 shows

20/11 - 03/12/1974 15 shows

Las Vegas Paylist

Skywriter, Killing Me Softly With His Song, Oh Danny Boy, By The Time I Get To Phoenix, Bi Min Bist Da Schorn, The Love You Save, I'll Be There, ABC, I Want You Back, Love Is Strange (Janet & Randy), When I'm Calling You, I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On.

 

26 - 28/04/1974 Lake Tahoe, Nevada Sahara Tahoe Hotel (3 shows)

13/05/1974 Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium

22/06/1974 Los Angeles, California Forum ad

24 - 30/06/1974 Chicago, Illinois Mill Run Theater (7 shows)

08 - 14/07/1974 San Carlos, California Circle Star Theatre (7 shows)

15/07/1974 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Three Rivers Stadium

16/07/1974 Trenton, New Jersey New Jersey State Fair

21/07/1974 Richmond, Virginia Coliseum

26/07/1974 Buffalo, New York Memorial Auditorium

27/07/1974 New York, New York Madison Square Garden

29/07 - 04/081974 Cleveland, Ohio Front Row Theatre (7 shows)

06/08/1974 Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Civic Center

07/08/1974 New Orleans, Louisiana Auditorium

10/08/1974 St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Auditorium

11/08/1974 Kansas City, Missouri Municipal Auditorium

16/08/1974 St. Paul, Minnesota Civic Center

17/08/1974 Spokane, Washington World Expo

 

21/08 - 03/09 Las Vegas, Nevada MGM Grand Hotel

 

05/09/1974 - 01/10/1974 South American Tour Panama, Venezuela, Brazil

04 - 06/10/1974 Lake Tahoe, Nevada Sahara Tahoe Hotel (3 shows)

07/10/1974 - 01/11/1974 Far East Tour Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines

03/11/1974 Oakland, California Coliseum

 

20/11 - 03/12/1974 Las Vegas, Nevada MGM Grand Hotel

 

 

 



 

 

01/1975 West Indies Tour

07/02/1975 New York, Radio City Music Hall

08/03/1975 Kingstone (Jamaica), National Stadium
Opening act of Bob Marley & the Wailers

 

11/06/1975 Chicago, Chicago Stadium

06/07/1975 Westbury, Music Fair

01/09/1975 Mount Vernon, Memorial Stadium

 

12/1975 - Mexico

 

Final Jackson 5 Tour

 

13/02/1976 Manila (Philippines),
Folk Art Theater
14/02/1976 Manila (Philippines),
Folk Art Theater
15/02/1976 Manila (Philippines),
Folk Art Theater
17/02/1976 Manila (Philippines),
Araneta Coliseum
18/02/1976 Manila (Philippines),
Araneta Coliseum
19/02/1976 Manila (Philippines),
Araneta Coliseum

 

La dernière tournée du groupe, en tant que Jackson 5, s'est déroulée à Manille, aux Philippines, en février 1976, moins d'un mois après que leur contrat Motown expire et que les Jackson 5 se nomment officiellement The Jacksons.