The Bee Gees' concerts in 1967 and 1968

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The Bee Gees' concerts in 1967 and 1968
Tour by Bee Gees
Associated album Bee Gees' 1st, Horizontal and Idea
Start date 21 July 1967
End date 10 August 1968
Bee Gees concert chronology
The Bee Gees' concerts in 1967 and 1968
(1968)
2 Years On Tour
(1971)

This is a chronological list of the Bee Gees known live performances in 1967 and 1968. The band's line-up at that time was Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Colin Petersen and Vince Melouney. The concert in Bern, 3 May 1968, was recorded and is available in a bootleg entitled Live in Bern 1968.[1]

Setlist[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
21 July 1967 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Palladium[2]
12 August 1967 Woburn England Woburn Abbey[3]
22 September 1967 Wolverhampton The Civic Hall
27 September 1967 Newport Christ the King College
17 November 1967 London Lewisham Odeon
19 November 1967 Saville Theatre
27 January 1968 Anaheim United States Anaheim Convention Center
9 February 1968 Stockholm Sweden Konserthuset
3 March 1968 Bern Switzerland Wiener Stadthalle
27 March 1968 London England Royal Albert Hall
29 March 1968 Leeds Queen's Hall
30 March 1968 Chester Chester Racecourse
31 March 1968 Manchester Palace Theatre
4 April 1968 Cambridge Cambridge Union Society
5 April 1968 Slough Adelphi Cinema
6 April 1968 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
7 April 1968 Birmingham Odeon Theatre
10 April 1968 Carlisle Woodland Cinema
11 April 1968 Glasgow Scotland The Playhouse
12 April 1968 Edinburgh Odeon Theatre
13 April 1968 Stockton-on-Tees England Georgian Theatre
14 April 1968 Liverpool Liverpool Empire Theatre
17 April 1968 Portsmouth The Guildhall
18 April 1968 Tooting The Castle
19 April 1968 Hanley Victoria Hall
21 April 1968 Kingston upon Hull Hull Truck Theatre
24 April 1968 New Sarum New Sarum City Hall
26 April 1968 Exeter Exeter Great Hall
1 May 1968 Cork Ireland Savoy
2 May 1968 Dublin Point Theatre
3 May 1968 Belfast Northern Ireland Poptones Theatre
3 August 1968 Daly City United States Cow Palace
10 August 1968 New York City Forest Hills Tennis Stadium

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]