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For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge Tour

For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge Tour
Tour by Van Halen
Start date August 16, 1991
End date May 31, 1992
Legs 7
Shows 99 played, 2 postponed/rescheduled
Van Halen tour chronology
OU812 Tour
For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge Tour
Right Here Right Now Tour

The For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge Tour (often abbreviated as the F.U.C.K. Tour or simply The Fuck Tour) was a North American concert tour by hard rock band Van Halen in support of their album For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge. It was one of the band's longer tours, divided into a vast number of dates. It featured dates in Hawaii and Mexico, places Van Halen rarely played in their history.

On the two Fresno, California shows, the band filmed and recorded what material for the live double album Live: Right Here, Right Now and live VHS Van Halen: Right Here, Right Now - Live (later also released on DVD). Promotion for these live works would be the foundation of the band's next tour.

One of the most interesting things about this tour was the inclusion of the song "Jump" in the set-list. This song from 1984 had been the band's only US Hot 100 number 1, but in his attempt to 'forget' the band's past Sammy Hagar had refused to sing it at every show when he joined the band in 1985. Now an established member of the line-up, he agreed to sing it more often. This tour also marked the first time that keyboards were not performed live on stage by Eddie Van Halen. Keyboard and piano parts were prerecorded by Eddie and played back during the concerts.

The tour was managed by touring veteran Scotty Ross, who's also managed the tours of Poison, Dio, Saliva and Celtic Woman.

Tour dates


Date City Country Venue
First North American Leg
August 16, 1991 Atlanta, Georgia United States Lakewood Amphitheater
August 17, 1991 Nashville, Tennessee Starwood Amphitheatre
August 20, 1991 Burgettstown, Pennsylvania Starlake Amphitheater
August 21, 1991 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
August 24, 1991 Noblesville, Indiana Deer Creek Music Center
August 25, 1991 Maryland Heights, Missouri Riverport Amphitheater
August 26, 1991 Bonner Springs, Kansas Sandstone Amphitheater
August 29, 1991 Clarkston, Michigan Pine Knob Music Theatre
August 31, 1991 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Marcus Amphitheater
September 1, 1991 Tinley Park, Illinois New World Music Theater
September 6, 1991 Greenwood Village, Colorado Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
September 8, 1991 Phoenix, Arizona Desert Sky Pavilion
September 9, 1991 Sacramento, California Sleep Train Pavilion
September 10, 1991 Costa Mesa, California Pacific Amphitheatre
September 11, 1991
September 13, 1991 Mountain View, California Shoreline Amphitheatre
September 14, 1991
September 15, 1991 Sacramento, California Cal Expo Amphitheater
September 23, 1991 Albany, New York Knickerbocker Arena
Second North American Leg
October 8, 1991 Portland, Maine United States Cumberland County Civic Center
October 9, 1991 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
October 11, 1991 Hampton, Virginia Hampton Coliseum
October 12, 1991 Raleigh, North Carolina Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek
October 15, 1991 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
October 16, 1991
October 17, 1991 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
October 20, 1991 Buffalo, New York Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
October 23, 1991 Albany, New York Knickerbocker Arena
October 24, 1991 East Rutherford, New Jersey Meadowlands Arena
October 25, 1991
October 27, 1991 Uniondale, New York Nassau Coliseum
October 29, 1991 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Civic Center
October 30, 1991 Worcester, Massachusetts Worcester Centrum
October 31, 1991
November 3, 1991 Montreal, Quebec Canada Montreal Forum
November 4, 1991 Toronto, Ontario SkyDome
November 7, 1991 Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg Arena
November 9, 1991 Edmonton, Alberta Northlands Coliseum
November 10, 1991 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Place
November 11, 1991 Calgary, Alberta Olympic Saddledome
November 13, 1991 Vancouver, British Columbia BC Place Stadium
November 14, 1991 Tacoma, Washington United States Tacoma Dome
November 15, 1991 Portland, Oregon Portland Memorial Coliseum
Third North American Leg
December 2, 1991 Memphis, Tennessee United States Pyramid Arena
December 3, 1991 Shreveport, Louisiana Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
December 4, 1991 Dallas, Texas West End Marketplace (Free outdoor show)
December 6, 1991 Biloxi, Mississippi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
December 7, 1991 Baton Rouge, Louisiana Riverside Centroplex
December 9, 1991 Tallahassee, Florida Leon County Civic Center
December 10, 1991 Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Coliseum
December 12, 1991 St. Petersburg, Florida Thunderdome
December 13, 1991 Miami, Florida Miami Arena
December 14, 1991 Orlando, Florida Amway Arena
Fourth North American Leg
January 22, 1992 Tacoma, Washington United States Tacoma Dome
January 23, 1992 Portland, Oregon Memorial Coliseum
January 28, 1992 Dallas, Texas Reunion Arena
January 29, 1992 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center
January 31, 1992 Houston, Texas The Summit
February 2, 1992 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Myriad Convention Center
February 3, 1992 Valley Center, Kansas Kansas Coliseum
February 5, 1992 Carbondale, Illinois SIU Arena
February 7, 1992 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverfront Coliseum
February 8, 1992 Louisville, Kentucky Freedom Hall
February 9, 1992 Evansville, Indiana Roberts Stadium
February 12, 1992 Chattanooga, Tennessee UTC Arena
February 14, 1992 Birmingham, Alabama Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex
February 15, 1992 Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Civic Center
February 16, 1992 Knoxville, Tennessee Thompson–Boling Arena
February 19, 1992 Kalamazoo, Michigan Wings Stadium
February 21, 1992 Auburn Hills, Michigan The Palace Of Auburn Hills
February 24, 1992 Fort Wayne, Indiana Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
February 26, 1992 Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke Civic Center
February 28, 1992 Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum
February 29, 1992 Columbia, South Carolina Carolina Coliseum
March 2, 1992 Kalamazoo, Michigan Wings Stadium
March 3, 1992 Fort Wayne, Indiana Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
Fifth North American Leg
April 3, 1992 Auburn Hills, Michigan United States The Palace of Auburn Hills
April 4, 1992
April 6, 1992 Manhattan, Kansas Bramlage Coliseum
April 7, 1992 Omaha, Nebraska Omaha Civic Auditorium
April 8, 1992 Little Rock, Arkansas Barton Coliseum
April 10, 1992 Cedar Rapids, Iowa Five Seasons Center
April 11, 1992 Peoria, Illinois Peoria Civic Center
April 12, 1992 Columbia, Missouri Hearnes Center
April 15, 1992 St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
April 17, 1992 Minneapolis, Minnesota Target Center
April 18, 1992 Ames, Iowa Hilton Coliseum
April 19, 1992 Omaha, Nebraska Omaha Civic Auditorium
April 22, 1992 Rapid City, South Dakota Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
April 23, 1992 Billings, Montana MetraPark Arena
April 25, 1992 Denver, Colorado McNichols Sports Arena
April 27, 1992 Albuquerque, New Mexico Tingley Coliseum
April 28, 1992 El Paso, Texas El Paso County Coliseum
May 6, 1992 Paradise, Nevada Thomas & Mack Center
May 8, 1992 Daly City, California Cow Palace
May 9, 1992 Reno, Nevada Lawlor Events Center
May 10, 1992 Sacramento, California ARCO Arena
May 12, 1992 Inglewood, California Great Western Forum
May 14, 1992 Fresno, California Selland Arena
May 15, 1992
May 16, 1992 Inglewood, California Great Western Forum
May 17, 1992 Tucson, Arizona McKale Center
May 23, 1992 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes
May 24, 1992
May 29, 1992 Honolulu, Hawaii United States Neal S. Blaisdell Center
May 30, 1992
May 31, 1992


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