An Innocent Man Tour

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An Innocent Man Tour
Tour by Billy Joel
Associated album An Innocent Man
Start date January 18, 1984
End date July 5, 1984
Legs 4
Shows 60
Billy Joel concert chronology
Glass Houses Tour (1980) An Innocent Man Tour
(1984)
The Bridge Tour
(1987)

The An Innocent Man Tour was a 1984 concert tour by singer-songwriter Billy Joel. The tour began on January 18 in Providence, Rhode Island and ended on July 5 in New York City, New York.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
First North American leg
January 18, 1984 Providence, Rhode Island United States Providence Civic Center[1]
January 26, 1984 New Haven, Connecticut New Haven Coliseum [2]
February 1, 1984 Toledo, Ohio Centennial Hall[3][4]
February 2, 1984 Notre Dame, Indiana Edmund P. Joyce Center
February 4, 1984 Ann Arbor, Michigan Crisler Arena
February 5, 1984 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena
February 8, 1984 Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum
February 10, 1984 Lexington, Kentucky Rupp Arena[5]
February 11, 1984 Chattanooga, Tennessee UTC Arena
February 13, 1984 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
February 14, 1984
February 17, 1984 Norfolk, Virginia Norfolk Scope
February 19, 1984 Murfreesboro, Tennessee Murphy Center
February 21, 1984 Orlando, Florida Orange County Convention Center
February 24, 1984 Baton Rouge, Louisiana LSU Assembly Center
March 15, 1984 Pembroke Pines, Florida Hollywood Sportatorium[6]
March 17, 1984 St. Petersburg, Florida Bayfront Center
March 20, 1984 Atlanta, Georgia Omni Coliseum
March 23, 1984 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
March 24, 1984 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
March 26, 1984 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
March 28, 1984 Buffalo, New York Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
March 30, 1984 Rosemont, Illinois Rosemont Horizon
March 31, 1984
April 3, 1984 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverfront Coliseum
April 4, 1984 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
April 7, 1984 Saint Paul, Minnesota St. Paul Civic Center
April 9, 1984 Lincoln, Nebraska Bob Devaney Sports Center
April 11, 1984 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma The Myriad
April 14, 1984 Dallas, Texas Reunion Arena
April 15, 1984 Houston, Texas The Summit
April 17, 1984 Kansas City, Missouri Kemper Arena
April 19, 1984 St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
April 21, 1984 Denver, Colorado McNichols Arena
April 23, 1984 Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Palace
April 26, 1984 Tempe, Arizona ASU Activity Center
April 27, 1984 Tucson, Arizona Tucson Convention Center
April 29, 1984 Inglewood, California The Forum
April 30, 1984
May 3, 1984 San Diego, California San Diego Sports Arena
May 5, 1984 Oakland, California Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
May 8, 1984 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
May 9, 1984 Portland, Oregon Portland Memorial Coliseum
Asia
May 21, 1984 Tokyo Japan Budokan
May 22, 1984
May 24, 1984 Osaka Osaka Castle Hall
May 26, 1984
May 28, 1984 Nagoya Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium
May 30, 1984 Tokyo Budokan
May 31, 1984
Europe
June 6, 1984 London England Wembley Arena
June 8, 1984
June 9, 1984
Second North American leg
June 23, 1984 New York City, New York United States Madison Square Garden
June 24, 1984
June 26, 1984
June 27, 1984
June 29, 1984
July 1, 1984
July 5, 1984

Typical setlist[edit]

  • "Prelude/Angry Young Man"
  • "My Life"
  • "Piano Man"
  • "Don't Ask Me Why"
  • "Allentown"
  • "Goodnight Saigon"
  • "Pressure"
  • "Leave a Tender Moment Alone"
  • "An Innocent Man"
  • "The Longest Time"
  • "This Night"
  • "Just The Way You Are"
  • "Scenes From An Italian Restaurant"
  • "Sometimes a Fantasy"
  • "It's Still Rock & Roll to Me"
  • "Uptown Girl"
  • "Big Shot"
  • "Tell Her About It"
  • "You May Be Right"

encore:

  • "Only The Good Die Young"

[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hang the snow, on with show, says Billy Joel". Providence Journal. January 19, 1984. Retrieved June 2, 2013. (subscription required)
  2. ^ Logan, Michael (January 27, 1984). "Joel is more fun without his piano". The Day. Retrieved June 2, 2013. 
  3. ^ Kisiel, Ralph (February 2, 1984). "Billy Joel Mixes Old, New In Two-Hour Performance". Toledo Blade. Retrieved June 2, 2013. 
  4. ^ Kisiel, Ralph (February 1, 1984). "Ticket Sales Show Billy Joel Tour The Hottest One Around". Toledo Blade. Retrieved June 2, 2013. 
  5. ^ Jenkins, Allen (February 17, 1984). "Billy Joel Live At Rupp Arena". Harlan Daily Enterprise. Retrieved June 2, 2013. 
  6. ^ "Piano Man Plays It Straight And Hard". Miami Herald. March 16, 1984. Retrieved June 2, 2013. (subscription required)
  7. ^ "Billy Joel: Wembley Arena 6-8-84". YouTube. August 14, 2012. Retrieved June 2, 2013. 

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