Tour Dates

1975   1976   1977   1978   1979   1980   1981   1982   1983   1984   1995   1996   1997   2016

  • Tourdates U.S.A.:

  • 18.09.1979 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, New Haven CT, USA
  • 19.09.1979 Civic Center, Glens Falls NY, USA
  • 20.09.1979 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester NY, USA
  • 21.09.1979 Cobo Hall, Detroit MI, USA
  • 22.09.1979 Civic Center, Lansing MI, USA
  • 26.09.1979 Broome County Veterans' Memorial Arena, Binghamton NY, USA
  • 27.09.1979 Erie County Field House, Erie PA, USA
  • 28.09.1979 Memorial Auditorium, Utica NY, USA
  • 29.09.1979 Spectrum, Philadelphia PA, USA
  • 30.09.1979 Civic Center, Baltimore MA, USA
  • 02.10.1979 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus OH, USA
  • 03.10.1979 Wendler Arena, Saginaw MI, USA
  • 04.10.1979 War Memorial, Buffalo NY, USA
  • 05.10.1979 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh PA, USA
  • 06.10.1979 Hara Arena, Dayton OH, USA
  • 07.10.1979 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland OH, USA
  • 10.10.1979 Dane County Memorial Coliseum, Madison WI, USA
  • 11.10.1979 Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena, Green Bay WI, USA
  • 12.10.1979 International Amphitheatre, Chicago IL, USA

  • 06.11.1979 Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz CA, USA
  • 07.11.1979 Auditorium Arena, Oakland CA, USA
  • 09.11.1979 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino CA, USA
  • 10.11.1979 Fox Theater, San Diego CA, USA
  • 11.11.1979 Long Beach Arena, Los Angeles CA, USA
  • 13.11.1979 Warners Theatre, Fresno CA, USA
  • 15.11.1979 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City UT, USA
  • 16.11.1979 Rainbow Music Hall, Denver CO, USA
  • ??.11.1979 Sports Arena, Toledo OH, USA
  • 19.11.1979 Music Theatre, Royal Oak MI, USA
  • 20.11.1979 Music Theatre, Royal Oak MI, USA
  • 21.11.1979 Music Theatre, Royal Oak MI, USA
  • 23.11.1979 Beacon Theater, New York City NY, USA
  • 27.11.1979 War Memorial Auditorium, Worchester MA, USA
  • 30.11.1979 Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead Long Island NY, USA
  • 01.12.1979 Capitol Theater, Passaic NJ, USA
  • 02.12.1979 Fairgrounds, Allentown PA, USA
  • 04.12.1979 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh PA, USA
  • 05.12.1979 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland ME, USA
  • 06.12.1979 Manning Bowl, Lynn MA, USA
  • 07.12.1979 Ocean State Performing Arts Centre, Providence RI, USA
  • 08.12.1979 Landmark Theatre, Syracuse NY, USA
  • 09.12.1979 Palace Theater, Albany NY, USA

  • Setlist (Support act for Blue Öyster Cult):

  • Eyes Of The World
  • Love's No Friend
  • All Night Long
  • Lost In Hollywood
  • Long Live Rock'n'Roll

  • Setlist (Headliner):

  • Eyes Of The World
  • Love's No Friend
  • Since You Been Gone
  • All Night Long
  • Lost In Hollywood
  • Man On The Silver Mountain
  • Long Live Rock'n'Roll

  • Setlist Rarities/Rumours:

  • "Since You Been Gone" "Man On The Silver Mountain" only in setlist when headliner (2nd part of the tour)

  • Headliner U.S.A:

  • Blue Öyster Cult
      Blue Öyster Cult (often abbreviated BÖC) is an American rock band from Long Island, New York, best known for such hard rock and heavy metal songs as "(Don't Fear) The Reaper", "Godzilla" and "Burnin' for You". Rainbow was the support act on this 1979 US tour that was headlined by Blue Öyster Cult. It seems that Rainbow didn't play the last two weeks of the tour. Rumour said that one of the Rainbow band members was injured in a car accident. A November/December tour through Europe & the U.K was postponed and Rainbow did a US headlining tour instead.
  • Support Acts:

  • Gamma
      Gamma was a band formed by guitarist Ronnie Montrose and singer Davey Pattison in San Francisco in 1979. They released four albums. Gamma was support-act for a few shows.
  • John Cougar and The Zone
      John Mellencamp, also known as John Cougar Mellencamp, is an American rock singer-songwriter, musician, painter and occasional actor. Till 1983 Mellencamp performed as John Cougar and The Zone and was support-act for some shows.
  • Randy Hansen's Machine Gun
      Randy Hansen is a U.S. guitarist, best known for his "Rock Tribute Act" honoring Jimi Hendrix.[1] Hansen performs such signatures of Hendrix's style as playing a guitar with his teeth or behind his back. Randy Hansen's Machine Gun was support-act for some shows. A fan report says Randy Hansen closed the show in Los Angeles CA.
  • Cub Koda
      Michael "Cub" Koda was an American rock and roll singer, guitarist, songwriter, disc jockey, music critic, and record compiler. Koda was best known for writing the song "Smokin' in the Boys' Room", that was later covered by Mötley Crüe. Cub Koda & Cadillac Kidz were the support-acts for 3 shows in Royal Oak MI.
  • Cadillac Kidz
      Cadillac Kidz were a poprockband from Detroit. Cub Koda & Cadillac Kidz were the support-acts for 3 shows in Royal Oak MI.
  • Scorpions
      Scorpions are a German rock band formed in 1965. Since the band's inception, their musical style has ranged from hard rock to heavy metal. Scorpions was support-act for some shows.