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Bad World Tour 1987-1989

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Associated album Bad
Start date September 12, 1987
End date January 27, 1989
No. of shows 57 in North America
42 in Europe
23 in Asia
5 in Australia
123 played
Attendance 4.5 million
Box office US $125.8 million ($248.36 in 2017 dollars)

Set list 1987

“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
“Things I Do for You”
“Off the Wall”
“Human Nature”
“This Place Hotel”
“She’s Out of My Life”
The Jackson 5 Medley: “I Want You Back” / “The Love You Save” / “I’ll Be There”
“Rock with You”
“Lovely One”
“Bad Groove” The Band Jam Section
“Workin’ Day and Night”
“Beat It”
“Billie Jean”
“Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)”
“Thriller”
“I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” duet with Sheryl Crow
“Bad”

Set list 1988-1989

“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
“This Place Hotel”
“Another Part of Me”
“I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” duet with Sheryl Crow
“She’s Out of My Life”
The Jackson 5 Medley: “I Want You Back” / “The Love You Save” / “I’ll Be There”
“Rock with You”
“Human Nature”
“Smooth Criminal”
“Dirty Diana”
“Thriller”
“Bad Groove” The Band Jam Section
“Workin’ Day and Night”
“Beat It”
“Billie Jean”
“Bad”
“The Way You Make Me Feel”
“Man in the Mirror”

Tour dates

First Leg Asia
September 12, 1987 Tokyo Japan Korakuen Stadium
September 13, 1987
September 14, 1987
September 19, 1987 Nishinomiya Hankyu Nishinomiya Stadium
September 20, 1987
September 21, 1987
September 25, 1987 Yokohama Yokohama Stadium
September 26, 1987
September 27, 1987
October 3, 1987
October 4, 1987
October 10, 1987 Osaka Osaka Stadium
October 11, 1987
October 12, 1987
Oceania
November 13, 1987 Melbourne Australia Olympic Park Stadium
November 20, 1987 Sydney Parramatta Stadium
November 21, 1987
November 27, 1987 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
November 28, 1987
Second Leg North America
February 23, 1988 Kansas City United States Kemper Arena
February 24, 1988
March 3, 1988 New York Madison Square Garden
March 5, 1988
March 6, 1988
March 12, 1988 St. Louis St. Louis Arena
March 13, 1988
March 18, 1988 Indianapolis Market Square Arena
March 19, 1988
March 20, 1988 Louisville Freedom Hall
March 24, 1988 Denver McNichols Sports Arena
March 25, 1988
March 26, 1988
March 30, 1988 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
March 31, 1988
April 1, 1988
April 8, 1988 Houston The Summit
April 9, 1988
April 10, 1988
April 13, 1988 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
April 14, 1988
April 15, 1988
April 19, 1988 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
April 20, 1988
April 21, 1988
April 25, 1988 Dallas Reunion Arena
April 26, 1988
April 27, 1988
May 4, 1988 Minnesota Met Center
May 5, 1988
May 6, 1988

Europe

May 23, 1988 Rome Italy Stadio Flaminio
May 24, 1988
May 29, 1988 Turin Stadio Olimpico di Torino
June 2, 1988 Vienna Austria Praterstadion
June 5, 1988 Rotterdam Netherlands Feijenoord Stadium
June 6, 1988
June 7, 1988
June 11, 1988 Gothenburg Sweden Eriksberg
June 12, 1988
June 16, 1988 Basel Switzerland St. Jakob Stadium
June 19, 1988 Berlin Germany Reichstag Grounds
June 23, 1988 Lyon France Stade de Gerland
June 27, 1988 Paris Parc des Princes
June 28, 1988
July 1, 1988 Hamburg Germany Volksparkstadion
July 3, 1988 Cologne Müngersdorfer Stadium
July 8, 1988 Munich Olympiastadion
July 10, 1988 Hockenheim Hockenheimring
July 14, 1988 London England Wembley Stadium
July 15, 1988
July 16, 1988
July 22, 1988
July 23, 1988
July 26, 1988 Cardiff Wales Cardiff Arms Park
July 30, 1988 Cork Ireland Páirc Uí Chaoimh
July 31, 1988
August 5, 1988 Marbella Spain Estadio Municipal de Marbella
August 7, 1988 Madrid Vicente Calderón Stadium
August 9, 1988 Barcelona Camp Nou
August 12, 1988 Montpellier France Stade Richter
August 14, 1988 Nice Stade Charles-Ehrmann
August 19, 1988 Lausanne Switzerland Stade olympique de la Pontaise
August 21, 1988 Würzburg Germany Talavera Wiesen
August 23, 1988 Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival Grounds
August 26, 1988 London England Wembley Stadium
August 27, 1988
August 29, 1988 Leeds Roundhay Park
September 2, 1988 Hanover Germany Niedersachsenstadion
September 4, 1988 Gelsenkirchen Parkstadion
September 6, 1988 Linz Austria Linzer Stadion
September 10, 1988 Milton Keynes England National Bowl
September 11, 1988 Liverpool Aintree Racecourse

North America

September 26, 1988 Pittsburgh United States Civic Arena
September 27, 1988
September 28, 1988
October 3, 1988 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
October 4, 1988
October 5, 1988
October 10, 1988 Cleveland Richfield Coliseum
October 11, 1988
October 13, 1988 Landover Capital Centre
October 17, 1988
October 18, 1988
October 19, 1988
October 24, 1988 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
October 25, 1988
October 26, 1988
October 31, 1988 Tacoma Tacoma Dome
November 1, 1988
November 2, 1988
November 7, 1988 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
November 8, 1988
November 9, 1988
November 13, 1988 Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena

Asia

December 9, 1988 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome
December 10, 1988
December 11, 1988
December 17, 1988
December 18, 1988
December 19, 1988
December 24, 1988
December 25, 1988
December 26, 1988

North America

January 16, 1989 Los Angeles United States Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena
January 17, 1989
January 18, 1989
January 26, 1989
January 27, 1989

Creative Directors
Michael Jackson (lead vocals, Co-Director, dancer and co-choreographer)
Peggy Holmes (Assistant Director)
Vince Paterson (Co-Director, Choreographer)
Tom McPhillips (Set Designer)
Allen Branton (Lighting Designer)
Production
Frank Dileo (Personal Management)
Sal Bonafede (Tour Coordinator)
John Draper (Tour Manager)
Benny Collins (Production Manager)
Nelson Hayes (Production Coordinator)
Rob Henry (Production Coordinator)
Gerry Bakalian (Stage Manager)
Tait Towers, Inc. (Set Construction)
Clair Bros. (Sound)
Kevin Elison (house sound engineer)
Rick Coberly (Monitor Engineer)
Ziffren, Brittenham and Branca (Attorneys)
Gelfand, Rennert and Feldman (Business Management)
Solters/Roskin, Friedman Inc.(Public Relations)
Bob Jones (V.P. of Communications, MJJ)
Glen Brunman (Media Relations, Epic Records)
Gretta Walsh Of Revel Travel (Travel Agent)
Dancers
Randy Allaire
Evaldo Garcia
Dominic Lucero
LaVelle Smith Jr.
Band
Greg Phillinganes (Lead keyboards, synthesizers, musical director)
Rory Kaplan (keyboards, synthesizers)
Christopher Currell (Synclavier, digital guitar, sound effects)
Ricky Lawson (Drums, percussion)
Jennifer Batten (Rhythm and lead guitar)[41]
Jon Clark (Lead and rhythm guitar)
Don Boyette (bass guitar, synth bass)
Background vocals
Kevin Dorsey
Darryl Phinnessee
Dorian Holley
Sheryl Crow
Stylists and Assistant
Karen Faye (Hair & Make-up)
Tommy Simms (Stylist)
Gianni Versace, Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush (Costumes Designed)
Jolie Levine (Michael’s Personal Assistant)
Meredith Besser (Assistant)

Commercial release

A live album and DVD of the July 16, 1988 concert in London titled “Live at Wembley July 16, 1988” was released along with the special edition reissue of the Bad album titled Bad 25 on September 18, 2012, as well as a stand-alone DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

The Yokohama concert from September 1987 aired on asian TV and is available on You Tube

Others professionals videos are available on You Tube including :

1st concert in Tokyo, September 12, 1987 (Black Shirt)

Michael Jackson Live Bad World Tour Tokyo 1987 (Silver Shirt)

-Live Bad World Tour Osaka 1987

Brisbane Australia BAD Concert 1987 (53 minutes)

-Michael Jackson Live Bad World Tour Kansas February 1988 (13 minutes)

-Live in Rome May 1988  (60 minutes)

Bad World Tour in Tokyo, 1988 (30 minutes)

-Bad World Tour Live Los Angeles January 27, 1989 Last Concert (11 minutes)

The Jackson 5 Gigs 1968-1969

1969

Tour dates

1968

14 February Apollo Theater New York, NY Super Dog Finals Amateur Night
6 April Guys & Gals Club Chicago, IL
13 April Guys & Gals Club Chicago, IL
27 April Guys & Gals Club Chicago, IL
4 May Guys & Gals Club Chicago, IL
11 May Guys & Gals Club Chicago, IL
24 May Apollo Theater New York, NY Etta James headlining
25 May Apollo Theater New York, NY Etta James headlining
26 May Apollo Theater New York, NY Etta James headlining
27 May Apollo Theater New York, NY Etta James headlining
28 May Apollo Theater New York, NY Etta James headlining
29 May Apollo Theater New York, NY Etta James headlining
30 May Apollo Theater New York, NY Etta James headlining
31 May Capitol Theater Chicago, IL J5 participate in fund raiser for a youth center some time during this week
1 June Capitol Theater Chicago, IL
2 June Capitol Theater Chicago, IL
3 June Capitol Theater Chicago, IL
4 June Capitol Theater Chicago, IL
5 June Capitol Theater Chicago, IL
6 June Capitol Theater Chicago, IL
12 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
13 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
14 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
15 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
16 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
17 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
18 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
19 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
20 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
21 July Regal Theater Chicago, IL Battle of the Groups
10 August Central Park Theater Chicago, IL Jerry Butler headlining; shows at 2:00, 6:00 and 10:00 pm
11 August Central Park Theater Chicago, IL Jerry Butler headlining; shows at 2:00, 6:00 and 10:00 pm
11 August Guys and Gals Club Chicago, IL show at 11.30 pm
6 October Guys and Gals Club Chicago, IL
13 October Guys and Gals Club Chicago, IL
1 November High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL Marshall and the Chi-Lites headlining
21 December High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
22 December High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
23 December High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
29 December Apollo Theater New York, NY Sam & Dave headlining
30 December Apollo Theater New York, NY Sam & Dave headlining
31 December Apollo Theater New York, NY Sam & Dave headlining
1 January Apollo Theater New York, NY Sam & Dave headlining
2 January Apollo Theater New York, NY Sam & Dave headlining

1969

7 March High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
8 March High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
9 March High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
25 April Met Theater Chicago, IL Delfonics headlining
26 April Met Theater Chicago, IL Delfonics headlining
27 April Met Theater Chicago, IL Delfonics headlining
28 April Met Theater Chicago, IL Delfonics headlining
29 April Met Theater Chicago, IL Delfonics headlining
30 April Met Theater Chicago, IL Delfonics headlining
1 May Met Theater Chicago, IL Delfonics headlining
4 May Guys and Gals Club Chicago, IL
9 May High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
10 May High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
11 May High Chaparral Lounge Chicago, IL
20 June Apollo Theater New York, NY sharing a bill with Joe Simon and The Five Stairsteps
21 June Apollo Theater New York, NY sharing a bill with Joe Simon and The Five Stairsteps
22 June Apollo Theater New York, NY sharing a bill with Joe Simon and The Five Stairsteps
23 June Apollo Theater New York, NY sharing a bill with Joe Simon and The Five Stairsteps
24 June Apollo Theater New York, NY sharing a bill with Joe Simon and The Five Stairsteps
25 June Apollo Theater New York, NY sharing a bill with Joe Simon and The Five Stairsteps
26 June Apollo Theater New York, NY sharing a bill with Joe Simon and The Five Stairsteps
11 July Guys and Gals Club Chicago, IL shows at 11:30 pm and 2:00 am
12 July Guys and Gals Club Chicago, IL shows at 11:30 pm and 2:00 am
16 August The Forum Los Angeles, CA as opening act for Diana Ross and the Supremes
22 August Madison Square Garden New York, NY Miss Black America Pageant
29 August Gilroy Stadium Gary, IN Festival Gary 69

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

None of the concert aired on TV.

The Jackson 5 First US Tour 1970

1970 tour

Set list from June 20, 1970

“Introduction” – 0:41
“I Want You Back” (The Corporation) – 3:08
“Feelin’ Alright” (Dave Mason) – 4:51
“Who’s Lovin’ You” (William “Smokey” Robinson, Jr.) – 4:56
“Walk On” (Suzanne de Passe, Jackson 5) – 2:21
“Don’t Know Why I Love You” (Don Hunter, Stevie Wonder, Lula Hardaway, Paul Riser – 3:40
“Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” (Ray Gilbert, Allie Wrubel) – 2:55
“ABC” (The Corporation) – 3:33
“Intro/It’s Your Thing” (Rudolph Isley, O’Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley) – 4:55
“I Found That Girl” (The Corporation) – 4:45
“There Was a Time” (James Brown) – 3:14
“Intro/Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin” (Sylvester Stewart) – 7:08
“The Love You Save” (The Corporation) – 3:32
“Mama’s Pearl” (Bonus Track) (The Corporation) – 3:10

Tour dates

2 May Civic Auditorium Philadelphia, PA
19 June Cow Palace San Francisco, CA
20 June The Forum Los Angeles, CA
12 August Cobo Arena Detroit, MI Joe Louis Tribute Concert
30 August San Francisco, CA Motown sales convention
9 October Boston Garden Boston, MA
10 October Cincinnati Garden Cincinnati, OH
11 October Mid-South Coliseum Memphis, TN
16 October Madison Square Garden New York, NY
17 October Olympia Stadium Detroit, MI
18 October Amphitheater Chicago, IL two shows, 3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
28 November War Memorial Auditorium Rochester, NY
27 December Coliseum Charlotte, NC
28 December Coliseum Greensboro, NC
29 December Municipal Auditorium Nashville, TN
30 December Coliseum Jacksonville, FL

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

“Live at the Forum” is a live album by the Jackson 5. It was released on June 21, 2010. The concerts were recorded on June 20, 1970 and August 26, 1972 at The Forum, in Inglewood, California.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

None of the concert aired on TV.

The Jackson 5 Second US Tour 1971

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Set list

This setlist was obtained from the March 28, 1971 concert held at the Municipal Auditorium, in New Orleans, Louisiana. It does not represent all concerts during the tour.

“Stand!”
“I Want to Take You Higher”
“I Want You Back”
“ABC”
“Feelin’ Alright”
“Who’s Lovin’ You”
“Mama’s Pearl”
“I Found That Girl”
“Never Can Say Goodbye”
“Instrumental Sequence” (contains elements of “Walk On By”)
“The Love You Save”
“Goin’ Back to Indiana”

Tour dates

2 January Miami Beach Auditorium Miami Beach, FL
3 January Civic Center Mobile, AL
29 January Arena Dayton, OH
30 January St John Arena Colombus, OH
31 January West Side High School Gary, IN
26 March Fort Worth, TX
27 March Dallas, TX
28 March Houston, TX
1 April Mid-South Auditorium Memphis, TN
4 April Mississippi Coliseum Jackson, MS
5 April Monroe, LA
6 April New Orleans, LA
7 April City Auditorium Atlanta, GA (two shows: 4:00 and 8:00 p.m.)
9 April Louisville, KY
10 April Cleveland, OH

28 May Spectrum Philadelphia, PA
29 May Coliseum Indianapolis, IN
30 May Myriad Convention Center Oklahoma City, OK
22 June Summerfest Milwaukee, WI
16 July Madison Square Garden New York, NY
17 July Civic Arena Charleston, WV
18 July Hampton Roads Coliseum Hampton, VA
20 July Coliseum Charlotte, NC
21 July Sports Arena Toledo, OH
23 July International Amphitheater Chicago, IL
24 July Cincinnati Garden Cincinnati, OH
25 July Olympia Stadium Detroit, MI
27 July Coliseum Flint, MI
28 July Allen County War Memorial Fort Wayne, IN
30 July Civic Arena Pittsburgh, PA
31 July Civic Center Baltimore, MD
1 August Dorton Arena Raleigh, NC
2 August Coliseum Macon, GA
6 August Coliseum Greensboro, NC
7 August Columbia Coliseum Columbia, SC
8 August Miami Beach Auditorium Miami Beach, FL
10 August Curtis Hixon Auditorium Tampa, FL
11 August Municipal Auditorium Birmingham, AL
13 August Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, MO
14 August Kiel Auditorium St. Louis, MO
15 August Mid-South Coliseum Memphis, TN
17 August Garrett Coliseum Montgomery, AL
18 August Assembly Center Tulsa, OK
20 August Coliseum Denver, CO
26 August Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, CA
28 August Ohio State Fair Columbus, OH
29 August Iowa State Fair Des Moines, IA
31 August Canadian National Exhibition Toronto, ON
9 September Michigan State Fair Detroit, MI
12 September HIC Arena Honolulu, HI
1 October Black Expo, International Amphitheater Chicago, IL
15 October International Amphitheater Chicago, IL
24 December Los Angeles, CA (charity concert for the Foundation for the Junior Blind)
27 December Coliseum Houston, TX
28 December Memorial Auditorium Dallas, TX
29 December Scope Norfolk, VA
30 December Coliseum Richmond, VA (breaks attendance record at 12,780)

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

None of the concert aired on TV.

The Jackson 5 Third US Tour 1972

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Set list from August 26, 1972 at The Forum, in Inglewood, California.

“Brand New Thing” – 3:01
“Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/Mama’s Pearl”^ – 4:51
“Sugar Daddy” – 2:57
“I’ll Be There” – 4:04
“Introduction By Michael” – 1:56
“Goin’ Back to Indiana/Brand New Thing/Goin’ Back to Indiana” – 3:55
“Bridge Over Troubled Water” – 2:21
“I Found That Girl” – 3:41
“I’m So Happy” – 2:59
“Lookin’ Through the Windows” – 3:53
“Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing” – 2:35
“Introduction By Jackie” – 0:22
“Ben” – 2:39
“Rockin’ Robin” – 2:30
“Got to Be There” – 2:11
“You’ve Got a Friend” – 2:21
“Ain’t No Sunshine” (Bill Withers) – 5:29
“I Wanna Be Where You Are” – 3:42
“Introduction By Jermaine” – 1:09
“That’s How Love Goes” – 3:16
“Never Can Say Goodbye” – 4:43
“Walk On” – 2:22
“The Love You Save” – 3:48
“Intro/I Wanna Be Where You Are” (Bonus Track) – 4:14

Tour dates

1 January Municipal Auditorium Nashville, TN
2 January Coliseum Greenville, SC
12 January City Auditorium Atlanta, GA
30 June Madison Square Garden New York, NY
1 July Civic Center Baltimore, MD
2 July Scope Norfolk, VA
7 July Coliseum Richmond, VA
8 July Coliseum Charlotte, NC
9 July Coliseum Greensboro, NC
14 July Cincinnati Gardens Cincinnati, OH
15 July Civic Center Arena Pittsburgh, PA
16 July Public Auditorium Cleveland, OH
18 July International Amphitheater Chicago, IL
21 July Civic Center Arena Pittsburgh, PA
22 July Memorial Auditorium Dallas, TX
23 July Coliseum Houston, TX
24 July Memorial Auditorium New Orleans, LA
4 August Coliseum Columbia, SC
5 August Atlanta, GA
6 August Municipal Auditorium Nashville, TN
11 August Savannah, GA
12 August Washington, DC
13 August Charlotte, WV
17 August Kentucky State Fair Louisville, KY
18 August Municipal Auditorium St. Louis, MO
19 August Kiel Auditorium St. Louis, MO
20 August Indiana State Fair Indianapolis, IN
22 August Missouri State Fair Sedalia, MO
25 August Cow Palace San Francisco, CA
26 August The Forum Los Angeles, CA
27 August San Diego, CA
30 September International Amphitheater Chicago, IL PUSH Expo: Save the Children (2:00 pm show)

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

“Live at the Forum” is a live album by the Jackson 5. It was released on June 21, 2010. The concerts were recorded on June 20, 1970 and August 26, 1972 at The Forum, in Inglewood, California.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

None of the concert aired on TV.

The Jackson 5 European Tour 1972

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Set list

Unknown

Tour dates

30 October Palladium London England
2 November Concertgebouw Amsterdam The Netherlands
4 November Circus Krone Munich Germany
5 November Stadhalle Offenbach Frankfurt Germany
6 November Olympia Theater Paris France
9 November Odeon Birmingham England (two shows: 6:30 and 9:00 pm
10 November Belle Vue Manchester England
11 November Empire Liverpool England (broke attendance record previously held by the Beatles)
12 November Empire Pool Wembley England (two shows: 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm)

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

None of the concert aired on TV.

The Jackson 5 World Tour 1973-1976

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Set list from April 30, 1973 in Osaka, Japan

Introduction”/”We’re Gonna Have a Good Time” 3:39
“Lookin’ Through the Windows” (Clifton Davis) 3:52
“Got to Be There” (Elliot Willensky) 3:44
Medley: “I Want You Back”/”ABC”/”The Love You Save” (The Corporation) 2:59
“Daddy’s Home” (William Miller, James Sheppard) 5:23
“Superstition” (originally by Stevie Wonder) (Stevie Wonder)

“Ben” (Don Black, Walter Scharf) 2:54
“Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone” (originally by the Temptations) (Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong) 3:59
“That’s How Love Goes” (Wade Brown Jr., Johnny Bristol, David Jones, Jr.) 4:46
“Never Can Say Goodbye” (Clifton Davis) 2:21
“Ain’t That Peculiar” (originally by Marvin Gaye) (Warren “Pete” Moore, William Robinson, Bobby Rogers) 5:28
“I Wanna Be Where You Are” (Arthur “T-Boy” Ross, Leon Ware) 6:30

Set list from December 1975 in Mexico

You Were Made (Especially For Me)
It’s Too Late To Change The Time
Never Can Say Goodbye
Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone
Happy
I Am Love
Randy presents the band
Rockin’ Robin
The Life Of The Party
Forever Came Today
Music and Me
Ben
I’ll Be There
Medley: I Want You Back, ABC, The Love You Save
Tito’s Guitar Solo
One Day in Your Life
Michael presents the band
Dancing Machine
Body Language (Do The Love Dance)

 

Set list from February 19, 1976 in Manila Philippines

“You Were Made (Especially For Me)”
“Hum Along and Dance”
“Never Can Say Goodbye”
“Just a Little Bit of You”
“Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone”
“Breezy”
“Randy presents the band”
“Rockin’ Robin”
“A Life of the Party”
“Forever Came Today”
“Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save”
“I’ll Be There”
“Tito’s Guitar Solo”
“What You Don’t Know”
“Goin’ Back To Indiana”
“Sugar Daddy”
“Dancing Machine”
“Body Language (Do The Love Dance)”

Tour dates

The Jackson 5 played over 160 concerts all over the world including Japan, Hawai, United Kingdom, South America, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Australia, The Philippines and the West Indies over a 3-year period.

Credit goes to J5 Collector and Jackson5abc.com for the show dates.

1973

2 March Coliseum Oklahoma City, OK United States
3 March Coliseum Monroe, LA United States
4 March Astrodome Houston, TX United States

Japan Tour

27 April Imperial Theater Tokyo Japan
28 April Yubin Chokin Hall Hiroshima Japan
30 April Koseinankin Hall Osaka Japan
1 May Festival Hall Osaka Japan
2 May Budokan Tokyo Japan

US Tour

5 May Coliseum Portland, OR United States
6 May Seattle Center Coliseum Seattle, WA United States
18 May Spectrum Philadelphia, PA United States
19 May Hara Arena Dayton, OH United States
20 May St John Arena Columbus, OH United States

Australia & New Zealand Tour

23 June Brisbane Festival Hall Brisbane Australia
26 June Festival Hal Melbourne Australia
1 July Apollo Stadium Adelaide Australia
2 July Hordern Pavilion Sydney Austrlia
4 July Town Hall Christchurch New Zealand
5 July Athletic Park Wellington New Zealand

US

13 July Boston Gardens Boston, MA United States
14 July Veterans Memorial Coliseum New Haven, CT United States
15 July Civic Center Providence, RI United States
17 July Hiram Bithorn Stadium San Juan Puerto Rico

20 July Civic Arena Pittsburgh, PA United States
21 July Pocono State Fair Long Pond, PA United States
22 July Madison Square Garden New York, NY United States
24 July International Amphitheater Chicago, IL United States
25 July International Amphitheater Chicago, IL United States
27 July Public Auditorium Cleveland, OH United States
28 July Olympia Stadium Detroit, MI United States
29 July Indianapolis, IN United States
3 August Coliseum, Richmond, VA United States
4 August Hampton Roads Coliseum Hampton, VA United States
5 August Civic Center Baltimore, MD United States
7 August Coliseum Greensboro, NC United States
8 August Municipal Auditorium Nashville, TN United States
10 August Carolina Coliseum Columbia, SC United States
11 August The Omni Atlanta, GA United States
12 August Convention Center Miami, FL United States
17 August Mid-South Coliseum Memphis, TN United States
18 August Kiel Auditorium St Louis, MO United States
19 August Indiana State Fair Indianapolis, IN United States
21 August Municipal Auditorium New Orleans, LA United States
22 August Memorial Auditorium Dallas, TX United States
24 August Cow Palace San Francisco, CA United States
25 August The Forum Los Angeles, CA United States
26 August Las Vegas, NV United States
29 August Montreal, QB Canada
31 August Ohio State Fair Columbus, OH United States
2 September International Center Arena Honolulu, HI United States

1974

4 January Capitol Center, Largo, MD United States
Senegal, Africa Tour
1 February Demba Diop Stadium Dakar Senegal
2 February Theatre National Daniel Soran Dakar Senegal
3 February Theatre National Daniel Soran Dakar Senegal

US
22 February Astrodome Houston, TX United States
7 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas United States opening night
9 – 23 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas United States 15 shows
26 April Sahara Tahoe Lake Tahoe, NV United States
27 April Sahara Tahoe Lake Tahoe, NV United States
28 April Sahara Tahoe Lake Tahoe, NV United States
13 May RFK Stadium Washington, DC United States
24 June Mill Run Theater Chicago, IL United States
25 June Mill Run Theater Chicago, IL United States
26 June Mill Run Theater Chicago, IL United States
27 June Mill Run Theater Chicago, IL United States
28 June Mill Run Theater Chicago, IL United States

29 June Mill Run Theater Chicago, IL United States
30 June Mill Run Theater Chicago, IL United States
8 July Circle Star Theatre San Carlos, CA United States
9 July Circle Star Theatre San Carlos, CA United States
10 July Circle Star Theatre San Carlos, CA United States
11 July Circle Star Theatre San Carlos, CA United States
12 July Circle Star Theatre San Carlos, CA United States
13 July Circle Star Theatre San Carlos, CA United States
14 July Circle Star Theatre San Carlos, CA United States
19 July Three Rivers Stadium Pittburgh, PA United States
20 July New Jersey State Fair Trenton, NJ United States
21 July Virginia Coliseum Richmond VA United States
26 July New York Memorial Auditorium Buffalo, NY United States
27 July Madison Square Garden New York, NY United States
29 July Front Row Theater Cleveland, OH United States
30 July Front Row Theater Cleveland, OH United States
31 July Front Row Theater Cleveland, OH United States
1 August Front Row Theater Cleveland, OH United States
2 August Front Row Theater Cleveland, OH United States
3 August Front Row Theater Cleveland, OH United States
4 August Front Row Theater Cleveland, OH United States
6 August Von Braun Civic Center Huntsville, AL United States
7 August Louisiana Auditorium New Orleans, LA United States
10 August Kiel Auditorium St. Louis, MO United States
11 August Municipal Auditorium United States
16 August Civic Center St. Paul, MN United States
17 August World Expo Spokane, WA United States

21 August – 3 September MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States 14 shows

South America Tour

4 September – 1 October including Panama, Venezuela and Brazil South America

US

4 October Sahara Tahoe Lake Tahoe, NV United States
5 October Sahara Tahoe Lake Tahoe, NV United States
6 October Sahara Tahoe Lake Tahoe, NV United States
Asian Tour
7 October – 1 November including Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines Asia

US

3 November Coliseum Oakland, CA United States

20 November – 3 December MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States 15 shows

1975

January West Indies
6 February Radio City Music Hal, New York, NY United States
7 February Radio City Music Hal New York, NY United States
8 February Radio City Music Hal New York, NY United States
9 February Radio City Music Hal New York, NY United States
10 February Radio City Music Hal New York, NY United States
11 February Radio City Music Hal New York, NY United States
12 February Radio City Music Hal New York, NY United States

8 March Kingston Jamaica

9 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
10 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
11 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
12 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
13 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
14 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
15 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
16 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
17 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
18 April MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, NV United States
30 June Nanuet Star Theater Nanuet, NY United States
31 June Nanuet Star Theater Nanuet, NY United States
1 July Nanuet Star Theater Nanuet, NY United States
2 July Nanuet Star Theater Nanuet, NY United States
3 July Nanuet Star Theater Nanuet, NY United States
4 July Nanuet Star Theater Nanuet, NY United States
5 July Nanuet Star Theater Nanuet, NY United States
1 September Mount Vernon Memorial Stadium Mount Vernon, NY United States

December : Concerts in Manila ( Philippines ) & Mexico City ( Mexico )

1976 (last concerts of the Jackson 5 with Jermaine)

13 February Folk Art Theater Manila Philippines
14 February Folk Art Theater Manila Philippines
15 February Folk Art Theater Manila Philippines
17 February Araneta Coliseum Manila Philippines
18 February Araneta Coliseum Manila Philippines
19 February Araneta Coliseum Manila Philippines

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

A live album titled “In Japan” was released on October 31, 1973 (Japan only) and on October 31, 2004 (5000 copy limited re-issue). It was recorded on April 30, 1973 in Osaka, Japan.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

A concert from Mexico in december 1975 aired on TV, you can watch it on You Tube

The Jacksons Tour 1977

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Setlist

Unknown

Tour dates (Europe)

The Jacksons tour Europe with concerts in London , Paris, Bremen , Amsterdam; Glasgow & Paris.

-May 17, 1977 : The Jacksons perform at the Kings Theatre as part of the Royal Command Performance celebrating the Queen Elizabeth’s Silver Jubilee celebrations.

-May 24 : The Jacksons perform a concert at the Hammersmith Odeon in London.

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

None of the concert aired on TV.

Goin’ Places Tour 1978

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Set list

“Introduction”
“Think Happy”
“Get It Together”
“Forever Came Today”
“I Am Love”
“Keep On Dancing”
“Ben”
“Never Can Say Goodbye”
“Got to Be There”
“Sugar Daddy”
“I Wanna Be Where You Are”
“I’ll Be There”
Medley:”I Want You Back”/”ABC”/”The Love You Save”
“Find Me A Girl”
“Dancing Machine”
“Enjoy Yourself”

Tour dates (Europe & US)

January 22, 1978 – first concert, place unknown

February 24, 1978 – Port of Spain, Trinidad

February 25, 1978 – Port of Spain, Trinidad

February 26, 1978 – San Fernando, Trinidad

March 3: Concert in Oakland, California

May 13, 1978 – Los Angeles, California, Dodger Stadium

May 18: Concert in Nashville, Tennessee

Band Members 

Michael Jackson – Lead vocals
Marlon Jackson – Vocals
Jackie Jackson – Vocals
Tito Jackson – Guitar, vocals
Randy Jackson – Congas, keyboard, piano, vocals

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

None of the concerts aired on TV.

Victory Tour 1984

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Tour by the Jacksons
Location North America
Associated albums Thriller & Victory
Start date July 6, 1984
End date December 9, 1984
No. of shows 47 in United States
8 in Canada
55 played
Attendance 2 million
Box office US$75 million ($176.67 million in 2017 dollars)

Set list :

“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
“Things I Do for You”
“Off the Wall”
“Human Nature”
“This Place Hotel”
“She’s Out of My Life”
Jermaine Jackson Medley: “Let’s Get Serious” / “You Like Me, Don’t You?”/”Dynamite” / “Tell Me I’m Not Dreamin’ (Too Good to Be True)” (with Michael)
The Jackson 5 Medley: “I Want You Back” / “The Love You Save” / “I’ll Be There”
“Rock with You”
“Lovely One”
“Workin’ Day and Night”
“Beat It”
“Billie Jean”
“Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)” (contain excerpts from “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough)”

Tour dates

July 1, 1984 Birmingham United States Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex (Full dress rehearsal)
July 6, 1984 Kansas City Arrowhead Stadium 136,638 $4,050,000
July 7, 1984
July 8, 1984
July 13, 1984 Irving Texas Stadium 118,803 $3,564,090
July 14, 1984
July 15, 1984
July 21, 1984 Jacksonville Gator Bowl Stadium 135,000 $4,050,000
July 22, 1984
July 23, 1984
July 29, 1984 East Rutherford Giants Stadium 132,846 $4,523,940
July 30, 1984
July 31, 1984
August 4, 1984 New York City Madison Square Garden 34,000 $960,000
August 5, 1984
August 10, 1984 Knoxville Neyland Stadium[16] 146,349 $4,452,210
August 11, 1984
August 12, 1984
August 17, 1984 Pontiac Pontiac Silverdome 143,700 $4,350,030
August 18, 1984
August 19, 1984
August 25, 1984 Buffalo Rich Stadium 94,000 $2,820,000
August 26, 1984
September 1, 1984 Philadelphia John F. Kennedy Stadium 120,000 $4,350,000
September 2, 1984
September 7, 1984 Denver Mile High Stadium 105,000 —
September 8, 1984
September 17, 1984 Montreal Canada Montreal Olympic Stadium 70,000 $2,640,000
September 18, 1984
September 21, 1984 Washington, D.C. United States RFK Stadium 90,000 —
September 22, 1984
September 28, 1984 Philadelphia John F. Kennedy Stadium 120,000 $4,350,000
September 30, 1984
October 5, 1984 Toronto Canada Exhibition Stadium 180,000 —
October 6, 1984
October 7, 1984
October 12, 1984 Chicago United States Comiskey Park 120,000 —
October 13, 1984
October 14, 1984
October 19, 1984 Cleveland Cleveland Municipal Stadium 94,000 —
October 20, 1984
October 26, 1984 Atlanta Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium 61,000 $1,960,000
October 27, 1984
November 2, 1984 Miami Miami Orange Bowl 134,000 $3,382,064
November 3, 1984
November 9, 1984 Houston Astrodome 80,000 —
November 10, 1984
November 16, 1984 Vancouver Canada BC Place 107,000 $2,896,800
November 17, 1984
November 18, 1984
November 30, 1984 Los Angeles United States Dodger Stadium 330,000 —
December 1, 1984
December 2, 1984
December 7, 1984
December 8, 1984
December 9, 1984

Band members

Michael Jackson: vocals
Randy Jackson – vocals, percussion, keyboards
Jermaine Jackson: vocals; bass
Tito Jackson: vocals; guitar
Marlon Jackson: vocals; percussion
Jackie Jackson: vocals; percussion (First performance during the Quebec concerts.)
Keyboards: Rory Kaplan, Pat Leonard & Jai Winding
Guitar: David Williams & Gregg Wright
Drums: Jonathan Moffett

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on VHS/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

None of the concerts aired on TV.

The full Toronto concert leaked on You Tube