Frontiers Tour

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Frontiers Tour
Tour by Journey
Associated album Frontiers
Start date February 22, 1983
End date September 6, 1983
Legs 3
Shows 109
Journey concert chronology
Escape Tour
(1981-82)
Frontiers Tour
(1983)
Raised on Radio Tour
(1986-87)

The Frontiers Tour was a 1983 concert tour by Journey. It was in support of their new album Frontiers. It is to date the bands most successful tour ever. It was also the last tour with bassist Ross Valory until 1998, and drummer Steve Smith, they would later return in 1996 for Journeys comeback album Trial By Fire.

Bryan Adams served as the opening act; during the tour he penned "Heaven", which was influenced by Journey's "Faithfully".[1]

Setlist[edit]

  1. Intro
  2. Chain Reaction
  3. Wheel In The Sky
  4. Line Of Fire
  5. Send Her My Love
  6. Still They Ride
  7. Open Arms
  8. No More Lies
  9. Back Talk
  10. Edge Of The Blade
  11. Jonathan Cain Solo
  12. Rubicon
  13. Steve Smith Solo
  14. Escape
  15. Faithfully
  16. Who's Crying Now
  17. Don’t Stop Believin’
  18. Stone In Love
  19. Keep On Runnin’
  20. Lights
  21. Any Way You Want It
  22. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Asia
February 22, 1983 Nagoya Japan Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium
February 24, 1983 Osaka Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium
February 25, 1983
February 26, 1983 Fukuoka Kyuden Memorial Gymnasium
February 28, 1983 Kyoto Kyoto Prefectural Gymnasium
March 1, 1983 Tokyo Budokan
March 2, 1983
March 4, 1983 Yokohama Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
North America
March 28, 1983 Seattle, Washington United States Seattle Center Coliseum
March 30, 1983 Provo, Utah Marriott Center
March 31, 1983 Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Palace
April 1, 1983 Casper, Wyoming Casper Events Center
April 3, 1983 Denver, Colorado McNichols Sports Arena
April 4, 1983
April 6, 1983 Lincoln, Nebraska Bob Devaney Sports Center
April 7, 1983 Des Moines, Iowa Veterans Memorial Auditorium
April 9, 1983 Terre Haute, Indiana Hulman Center
April 10, 1983 Carbondale, Illinois SIU Arena
April 11, 1983 St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
April 13, 1983 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverfront Coliseum
April 14, 1983 Murfreesboro, Tennessee Murphy Center
April 15, 1983
April 18, 1983 Valley Center, Kansas Kansas Coliseum
April 20, 1983 Atlanta, Georgia The Omni
April 21, 1983
April 23, 1983 Orlando, Florida Tangerine Bowl
April 24, 1983 Miami, Florida Miami Stadium
April 26, 1983 Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum
April 27, 1983 Birmingham, Alabama BJCC Arena
April 28, 1983 Mobile, Alabama Mobile Civic Center
May 1, 1983 Charleston, West Virginia Charleston Civic Center
May 2, 1983 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
May 3, 1983
May 5, 1983 East Rutherford, New Jersey Meadowlands Arena
May 6, 1983
May 7, 1983
May 8, 1983 Uniondale, New York Nassau Coliseum
May 13, 1983 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Civic Center
May 14, 1983
May 15, 1983
May 17, 1983 Worcester, Massachusetts Worcester Centrum
May 18, 1983
May 19, 1983
May 20, 1983
May 22, 1983 Buffalo, New York Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
May 24, 1983 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
May 25, 1983
May 26, 1983
May 28, 1983 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
May 29, 1983
May 30, 1983 Lexington, Kentucky Rupp Arena
June 1, 1983 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena
June 2, 1983 South Bend, Indiana Joyce Center
June 4, 1983 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania JFK Stadium
June 5, 1983 Rochester, New York Holleder Memorial Stadium
June 10, 1983 Rosemont, Illinois Rosemont Horizon
June 11, 1983
June 12, 1983
June 14, 1983 Saratoga Springs, New York Saratoga Performing Arts Center
June 15, 1983
June 17, 1983 East Troy, Wisconsin Alpine Valley Music Theatre
June 18, 1983 Saint Paul, Minnesota St. Paul Civic Center
June 19, 1983
June 21, 1983
June 23, 1983 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
June 24, 1983
June 25, 1983
June 26, 1983 Thornville, Ohio Legend Valley
July 1, 1983 Houston, Texas The Summit
July 2, 1983
July 3, 1983
July 5, 1983 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center
July 6, 1983 San Antonio, Texas San Antonio Convention Center
July 8, 1983 Dallas, Texas Reunion Arena
July 9, 1983
July 10, 1983
July 12, 1983 Kansas City, Missouri Kemper Arena
July 13, 1983
July 14, 1983 Valley Center, Kansas Kansas Coliseum
July 16, 1983 Memphis, Tennessee Mid-South Coliseum
July 17, 1983 New Orleans, Louisiana Tad Gormley Stadium
July 19, 1983 Norman, Oklahoma Lloyd Noble Center
July 20, 1983
July 21, 1983
July 23, 1983 Albuquerque, New Mexico Tingley Coliseum
July 24, 1983 Phoenix, Arizona Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
July 25, 1983
July 26, 1983
July 29, 1983 Daly City, California Cow Palace
July 30, 1983 Oakland, California Oakland Coliseum
July 31, 1983 Fresno, California Ratcliffe Stadium
August 5, 1983 Inglewood, California The Forum
August 6, 1983
August 7, 1983
August 9, 1983
August 10, 1983
August 11, 1983 San Diego, California San Diego Sports Arena
August 13, 1983 Las Vegas, Nevada Aladdin Theatre
August 14, 1983
August 16, 1983 Boise, Idaho BSU Pavilion
August 17, 1983 Pocatello, Idaho Mini Dome
August 19, 1983 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
August 21, 1983 Eugene, Oregon Autzen Stadium
September 1, 1983 Honolulu, Hawaii Neal S. Blaisdell Center
September 2, 1983
September 3, 1983
September 4, 1983
September 6, 1983

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Heaven". JimVallance.com. Retrieved 2004-05-07.