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Van Halen 1978 World Tour

Van Halen 1978 World Tour
Promotional tour by Van Halen
Associated album Van Halen
Start date March 3, 1978
End date December 3, 1978
Legs North America (3)
Europe (2)
• Europe (2)
• United Kingdom (1)
• Germany (1)
-> Europe (4)
Japan (1)
Total: 6
Number of shows North America (126)
• United States (124)
• Canada (2)
Europe (39)
• United Kingdom (23)
• Germany (10)
• France (2)
• Netherlands (2)
• Belgium (2)
Japan (9)
Total: 174
Van Halen concert chronology

The 1978 World Tour was the 1st concert tour by hard rock/heavy metal band Van Halen. The world tour, which was in support of their debut album, covered mainly North America with 124 shows in the United States & 2 shows in Canada, thus a total of 126 shows in North America alone, 23 shows in the United Kingdom, 10 shows in Germany, 9 shows in Japan, 2 shows in France, 2 shows in the Netherlands, & 2 shows in Belgium. The tour was definitely one of the band's most extensive tours overall as it had lasted for 10 months as well as that they so many shows nonstop. Throughout the tour, Van Halen was mostly a support act for some of the world's biggest bands such as Black Sabbath (whom they mainly opened up for as a support act throughout the most of the tour while Sabbath was on their Never Say Die! Tour) Journey, and many others, while on the other hand, they actually headlined some shows in Europe as well as headlined the tour in Japan. Overall, the tour was a success as Van Halen's ground-breaking landmark debut album sold so many copies worldwide as well as having gone platinum by December 1978, the band came out as the greatest hard rock/heavy metal band of 1978 overall, thus gaining worldwide celebrity status, stardom, & fame, and Eddie Van Halen gained celebrity status, stardom, & fame worldwide as the greatest & most phenomenal guitarist of 1978.

Contents

  • Overview 1
    • Background 1.1
    • North America (1st Leg) 1.2
    • Europe (1st Leg) 1.3
    • Japan Leg 1.4
    • North America (2nd Leg) 1.5
    • Europe (Final Leg) 1.6
    • United States (Final Leg) 1.7
  • Personnel 2
  • Setlist 3
    • Information 3.1
  • Tour Dates 4
  • References 5

Overview

Background

North America (1st Leg)

Europe (1st Leg)

Japan Leg

North America (2nd Leg)

Europe (Final Leg)

United States (Final Leg)

Personnel

Setlist

Information

On Fire
• Set Opener
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


I'm the One
• Performed before Michael Anthony's Bass Solo
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• October 22, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 12, 1998 with Gary Cherone during the "III Tour"
                                Last Known Live Performance with David Lee Roth
                                until September 27, 2007 during the "David Lee Roth Reunion Tour"


Runnin' with the Devil
• Performed after Michael Anthony's Bass Solo
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Atomic Punk
• Performed before Alex Van Halen's Drum Solo
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until the "World Vacation Tour" (1979)


Jamie's Cryin'
• Performed after Alex Van Halen's Drum Solo
• Only 6 Known Live Performances during the Tour (Eventually Replaced "Little Dreamer")
   • September 22, 1978: 1st Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • September 23, 1978: 2nd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • October 11, 1978: 3rd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • October 14, 1978: 4th Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • October 22, 1978: 5th Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Little Dreamer
• Performed after Alex Van Halen's Halen's Drum Solo
• Performed during Most of the Tour until "Jamie's Cryin'" Came onto the Set (Eventually Replaced by "Jamie's Cryin'")
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• October 22, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until January 16, 1983 during the "Hide Your Sheep Tour"


Last Night
• Early Version of "Hang 'Em High"
• Replaced by "Down in Flames" after the 1st Show of the Japan Leg of the Tour
• June 17, 1978: Only Known Live Performance during the Tour as "Last Night"
   • Earliest Known Live Performance during the Tour as "Last Night" since the "Club Days" (1978)
   • Last Known Live Performance during the Tour as "Last Night"
     until July 14, 1982 during the "Hide Your Sheep Tour" as "Hang 'Em High"


Down in Flames
• Early Version of "Tattoo"
• Replaced "Last Night" after the 1st Show of the Japan Leg of the Tour
• Only 7 Known Live Performances during the Tour as "Down in Flames"
   • June 19, 1978: Earliest Known Live Performance during the Tour as "Down in Flames" since the "Club Days" (1977-1978)
   • June 22, 1978: 2nd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • June 24, 1978: 3rd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • June 27, 1978: 4th Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • July 9, 1978: 5th Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • October 22, 1978: 6th Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour as "Down in Flames"
                                       until February 1, 2012 during "A Different Kind of Truth Tour" as "Tattoo"


Feel Your Love Tonight
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
• Typically Performed before Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Voodoo Queen
• Early Version of "Mean Street"
• May 10, 1978: Only Known Live Performance during the Tour as "Voodoo Queen"
   • Earliest Known Live Performance during the Tour as "Voodoo Queen" since the "Club Days" (1977-1978)
   • Last Known Live Performance during the Tour as "Voodoo Queen"
     until May 12, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour" as "Mean Street"


Ice Cream Man
• "John Brim" Cover
• Performed before Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo
• David Lee Roth Performs the Acoustic Guitar Introduction
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Somebody Get Me a Doctor
• Added to the Setlist for the Headlining Japan Leg of the Tour & Performed during Some Headlining U.S. Shows in July
• Performed before Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo
• Only 6 Known Live Performances during the Tour
   • June 17, 1978: Earliest Known Live Performance during the Tour since the "Club Days" (1978)
   • June 19, 1978: 2nd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • June 22, 1978: 3rd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • June 24, 1978: 4th Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • June 27, 1978: 5th Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • July 9, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Eruption
• Performed by Eddie Van Halen during His Live Spotlight Guitar Solo
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


You Really Got Me
• "The Kinks" Cover
• Performed after Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo
• Main Set Closer
• Eddie Van Halen Performs with His "Shark" (Gibson Explorer Custom)
• March 3, 1978: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Dead or Alive
• Performed as an Encore (Often Replaced "Bottoms Up!") &/or during the Encore (Performed before "Bottoms Up!")
• Eddie Van Halen Performs with His "Shark" (Gibson Explorer Custom)
• April 28, 1978: Earliest Known Live Performance during the Tour since February 25, 1978 during the "Club Days"
• November 19, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Bottoms Up!
• Performed as an Encore (Often Replaced "Dead or Alive") &/or during the Encore (Performed after "Dead or Alive")
• Eddie Van Halen Performs with His "Shark" (Gibson Explorer Custom)
• March 25, 1978: Earliest Known Live Performance during the Tour since during the "Club Days" (1977-1978)
• October 22, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until March 25, 1979 during the "World Vacation Tour"


Summertime Blues
• "Eddie Cochran" Cover
• Eddie Van Halen Performs with His "Shark" (Gibson Explorer Custom)
• Only 3 Known Live Performances during the Tour as Part of the Encore
   • May 6, 1978: Earliest Known Live Performance during the Tour since the "Club Days" (1977-1978)
   • May 10, 1978: 2nd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • June 27, 1978: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until the "Fair Warning Tour" (1981)

Tour Dates

[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]
Date City Country Venue
NORTH AMERICA (1ST LEG)
March 3, 1978 Chicago United States "The Aragon" Ballroom (Live Premiere)[10]
March 4, 1978 Springfield "Nelson Center" Arena
March 5, 1978 Indianapolis Indianapolis Convention Center
March 7, 1978 Madison The Shuffle Inn
March 8, 1978 Madison Orpheum Theater
March 9, 1978 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
March 10, 1978 Detroit Detroit Masonic Temple Theater
March 11, 1978 Trotwood Hara Arena
March 12, 1978 Homestead Leona Theater
March 14, 1978 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
March 15, 1978 Cleveland United States Cleveland Music Hall
March 16, 1978 Columbus Columbus Veterans Memorial Auditorium[11]
March 17, 1978 Louisville Louisville Gardens
March 18, 1978 Evansville Evansville Coliseum (Convention Hall)
March 19, 1978 South Bend Morris Civic Auditorium
March 21, 1978 Utica Utica Memorial Auditorium
March 22, 1978 Albany Albany Palace Theater
March 23, 1978 Buffalo Buffalo Century Theater
March 24, 1978 Upper Darby "The Tower" Theater[12][13]
March 25, 1978 New York City The Palladium[14][15]
March 26, 1978 Hempstead Calderone Concert Hall
March 28, 1978 Schaumburg B'Ginnings
March 29, 1978 Duluth Duluth Arena
March 30, 1978 St. Paul St. Paul Civic Auditorium
March 31, 1978 Kansas City Kansas City Memorial Hall
April 1, 1978 St. Louis Kiel Opera House
April 2, 1978 Omaha Omaha Music Hall
April 4, 1978 Tulsa Cain's Ballroom
April 5, 1978 Chicago "The Aragon" Ballroom
April 6, 1978 Flint Industrial Mutual Association Auditorium
April 7, 1978 Nashville Nashville War Memorial Auditorium
April 8, 1978 Murray Lovett Auditorium
April 9, 1978 Birmingham Boutwell Memorial Auditorium
April 11, 1978 Corpus Christi Corpus Christi Memorial Coliseum
April 12, 1978 Austin Austin Municipal Auditorium
April 13, 1978 Shreveport Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium
April 14, 1978 Fort Worth Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium
April 15, 1978 Houston Houston Music Hall
April 16, 1978 New Orleans The Warehouse
April 18, 1978 Memphis Ellis Memorial Auditorium (North Hall)
April 20, 1978 Tallahassee Ruby Diamond Auditorium
April 21, 1978 Pembroke Pines Hollywood Sportatorium[16]
April 22, 1978 Tampa Curtis Hixon Hall
April 23, 1978 Atlanta The Fox Theater
April 25, 1978 Knoxville Knoxville Civic Coliseum
April 26, 1978 Virginia Beach "Rogues'" Gallery
April 27, 1978
April 28, 1978 New York City The Palladium[17]
EUROPE (1ST LEG)
May 4, 1978 Poperinge Belgium The Joyful Makeover Salon
May 5, 1978 Delft Netherlands Delft Civic Auditorium
May 6, 1978 Amsterdam The Paradise[18]
May 8, 1978 Hamburg Germany Hamburg Market Hall (Auditorium)
May 9, 1978
May 10, 1978 Paris France "The Mogador" Theatre[19][20]
Supported Black Sabbath (May 16–June 11; August 22–October 20; November 3–December 3, 1978)
United Kingdom Leg
May 16, 1978 Sheffield England Sheffield City Hall (Oval Hall)
May 17, 1978 Southport Southport Theatre
May 18, 1978 Glasgow Scotland "Glasgow Apollo" Theatre[21]
May 19, 1978 Aberdeen The Capitol Theatre
May 21, 1978 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall[22]
May 22, 1978 Manchester "Manchester Apollo" Theatre[23][24]
May 23, 1978 Stoke Victoria Hall[25]
May 25, 1978 Portsmouth Portsmouth Guild Hall
May 26, 1978 Bristol Colston Hall[26]
May 27, 1978 Lewisham "Lewisham Odeon" Theatre[27]
May 28, 1978 Ipswich Ipswich Gaumont Theatre[28][29]
May 30, 1978 Coventry Coventry Theatre
May 31, 1978 Leicester De Montfort Hall
June 1, 1978 Hammersmith "Hammersmith Odeon" Theatre[30][31]
June 2, 1978 Oxford "Oxford Apollo" Theatre
June 3, 1978 Southampton Southampton Gaumont Theatre
June 5, 1978 Birmingham "Birmingham Odeon" Theatre
June 6, 1978
June 7, 1978 Bradford [32]
June 8, 1978 Preston Preston Guild Hall (Lockley Grand Hall)
June 10, 1978 Hammersmith "Hammersmith Odeon" Theatre[33]
June 11, 1978
JAPAN LEG
June 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, or 17, 1978 Tokyo Japan ("You Really Got Me" Live TV Lip-Sync Performance)[34]
June 17, 1978 Tokyo Cultural Hall[35][36]
June 19, 1978
June 21, 1978 Nakano Sun Plaza Hall[37][38][39][40]
June 22, 1978
June 24, 1978 Nagoya Nagoya Civic Assembly Hall[41][42]
June 25, 1978 Osaka Osaka Festival Hall
June 26, 1978 Kyoto Kyoto Cultural Hall
June 27, 1978 Osaka Osaka Cultural Hall[43][44][45][46]
NORTH AMERICA (2ND LEG)
July 1, 1978 Dallas United States The Cotton Bowl (Texxas Jam 1978)[47]
July 2, 1978 San Antonio San Antonio Municipal Auditorium
July 3, 1978 Austin Armadillo World Headquarters
July 6, 1978 Phoenix The Celebrity Theater
July 7, 1978
July 8, 1978 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
July 9, 1978 Long Beach Long Beach Arena[48][49]
July 13, 1978 New Orleans The Superdome (A Day of Rock 'N' Roll 1978)
July 15, 1978 Kansas City Royals Stadium (Kansas City Summer Jam 1978)
July 16, 1978 Davenport Credit Island Park (Mississippi River Jam 1978)[50][51]
July 17, 1978 La Crosse Mary E. Sawyer Auditorium
July 18, 1978 Seymour Outagamie County Fairgrounds Speedway
July 20, 1978 Tulsa "Tulsa Assembly Center" Arena
July 21, 1978 Jackson Jackson Civic Arena
July 23, 1978 Oakland Oakland Coliseum (Day on the Green 1978 #3)[52][53][54]
July 31, 1978 Alexandria Rapides Parish Coliseum
August 2, 1978 Wichita Falls Wichita Falls Memorial Auditorium
August 3, 1978 Lubbock Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
August 5, 1978 Great Bend SRCA Raceway (Great Bend Summer Jam 1978)
August 6, 1978 Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Fairgrounds Speedway
(Oklahoma Jam 1978)[55][56][57][58]
August 9, 1978 Peoria The Second Chance
August 10, 1978 Salem Hooker Lake Inn[59]
August 12, 1978 Landover Capital Center
August 19, 1978 Bay City Engel Stadium (Summer Celebration 1978)
August 22, 1978 Milwaukee Mecca Arena
August 23, 1978 Chicago Chicago International Amphitheater
August 24, 1978
August 25, 1978 Terre Haute "Hulman Center" Arena
August 27, 1978 New York City Madison Square Garden
August 28, 1978 Hempstead Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
August 29, 1978 Philadelphia "The Spectrum" Arena[60][61]
August 31, 1978 Erie Erie County Field House
September 1, 1978 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
September 2, 1978 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Civic Arena
September 4, 1978 South Yarmouth Cape Cod Coliseum
September 5, 1978 Portland Cumberland County Civic Arena
September 7, 1978 Utica Utica Memorial Auditorium
September 8, 1978 Niagara Falls Niagara Falls Civic Arena[62]
September 9, 1978 Baltimore Baltimore Civic Arena
September 10, 1978 New Haven New Haven Coliseum
September 12, 1978 Indianapolis Indianapolis Convention Center
September 14, 1978 Detroit Cobo Arena
September 15, 1978 Richfield Richfield Coliseum
September 16, 1978 St. Louis The Checkerdome
September 17, 1978 Kansas City Kansas City Municipal Arena
September 18, 1978 Tulsa "Tulsa Assembly Center" Arena
September 22, 1978 Fresno Selland Arena[63][64][65][66][67][68][69]
September 23, 1978 Anaheim Anaheim Stadium (Summerfest 1978)[70][71]
September 24, 1978 Bakersfield Bakersfield Civic Auditorium
September 26, 1978 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
September 27, 1978 Portland United States Portland Veterans Memorial Coliseum
September 28, 1978 Spokane Spokane Coliseum
September 29, 1978 Seattle Seattle Center Coliseum
September 30, 1978
EUROPE (2ND LEG)
Germany Leg
October 9, 1978 Hamburg Germany "The Audimax" Theatre
October 10, 1978 Essen Grudge Hall
October 11, 1978 Offenbach Offenbach City Hall[72]
October 13, 1978 Uhingen Haldenberg Hall
October 14, 1978 Ludwigshafen Friedrich Ebert Hall
October 15, 1978 Kuernach Kuernach Hall
October 17, 1978 Neunkirchen Hemmerlein Hall
October 18, 1978 Bad Wimpfen Staufer Hall
Europe (2nd Leg)
October 20, 1978 Cambrai France Grottos Palace
October 22, 1978 London England Rainbow Theatre[73]
October 27, 1978 Koekelare Belgium Koekelare Sports Hall
NORTH AMERICA
United States (Final Leg)
November 3, 1978 St. Petersburg United States "Bayfront Center" Arena
November 4, 1978 Jacksonville Jacksonville Coliseum
November 5, 1978 Pembroke Pines Hollywood Sportatorium
November 7, 1978 Columbus Columbus Municipal Auditorium
November 8, 1978 Birmingham Boutwell Memorial Auditorium
November 9, 1978 Nashville Nashville Municipal Auditorium[74]
November 10, 1978 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum
November 11, 1978 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
November 13, 1978 Atlanta "The Omni" Coliseum
November 14, 1978 Mobile Mobile Municipal Arena
November 15, 1978 Huntsville Von Braun Civic Arena
November 16, 1978 Nashville Nashville Municipal Auditorium[75]
November 17, 1978 Austin Austin Municipal Auditorium
November 18, 1978 Midland Chaparral Theater
November 20, 1978 Oklahoma City "The Myriad" Convention Center Arena
November 21, 1978 Amarillo Cal Farley Coliseum
November 22, 1978 Corpus Christi Corpus Christi Memorial Coliseum
November 23, 1978 Houston Sam Houston Coliseum
November 24, 1978 San Antonio San Antonio Convention Center Arena
November 25, 1978 Dallas Dallas Convention Center Arena
November 26, 1978
November 28, 1978 Denver McNichols Sports Arena
December 2, 1978 Oakland Oakland Arena
December 3, 1978 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena

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