Heroes Are Hard to Find Tour

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Heroes Are Hard to Find Tour
Tour by Fleetwood Mac
Start dateOctober 2, 1974
End dateDecember 2, 1974
Legs1
No. of shows43
Fleetwood Mac concert chronology

The Heroes Are Hard To Find Tour was a concert tour by the rock band Fleetwood Mac in support of their 1974 album Heroes Are Hard To Find. It ran from October 2, 1974 to December 2, 1974 and consisted of 43 shows in the United States.

Setlists[edit]

The Tour Setlist[edit]

  1. Coming Home
  2. The Green Manalishi
  3. Spare Me A Little Of Your Love
  4. Bad Loser
  5. Sentimental Lady
  6. Future Games
  7. Bermuda Triangle
  8. I'd Rather Go Blind
  9. Why
  10. Nightwatch
  11. Homeward Bound
  12. Angel
  13. Oh Well

Encores[edit]

  1. Rattlesnake Shake
  2. Hypnotized

Tour dates[edit]

[1]

Date City Country Venue
October 2, 1974 Passaic United States Capitol Theater
October 4, 1974 Boston Orpheum Theater
October 5, 1974 New York City Academy of Music
October 6, 1974 Washington, D.C. D.A.R Constitution Hall
October 11, 1974 Philadelphia The Spectrum
October 12, 1974 Providence Palace Concert Theater
October 13, 1974 South Orange Walsh Auditorium
October 14, 1974 Pittsburgh Syria Mosque
October 15, 1974 Columbus Mershon Auditorium
October 17, 1974 Cincinnati Cincinnati Gardens
October 18, 1974 Detroit Ford Auditorium
October 19, 1974 Chicago Auditorium Theater
October 20, 1974 Stevens Point University of Stevens Point
October 21, 1974 Minneapolis Orpheum Theater
October 23, 1974 Eau Claire University of Eau Claire
October 24, 1974 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
October 25, 1974 Champaign Champaign Assembly Hall
October 26, 1974 DeKalb Northern Illinois University
October 27, 1974 Macomb Western Illinois University
October 30, 1974 Jackson Jackson Municipal Auditorium
October 31, 1974 Atlanta The Omni
November 1, 1974 New Orleans St. Bernard Civic Auditorium
November 3, 1974 Kansas City Kansas City Memorial Hall
November 4, 1974 Oklahoma City Oklahoma Fairgrounds
November 6, 1974 Houston Hofheinz Pavilion
November 7, 1974 Austin Austin Municipal Auditorium
November 8, 1974 Fort Worth Tarrant County Convention Center
November 13, 1974 Albuquerque University of New Mexico
November 14, 1974 Denver Regis College Fieldhouse
November 15, 1974 Logan Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
November 16, 1974 Bozeman MSU Fieldhouse
November 17, 1974 Missoula Adams Fieldhouse
November 19, 1974 Spokane Spokane Coliseum
November 21, 1974 Corvallis Gill Coliseum
November 23, 1974 Seattle Paramount Theater
November 24, 1974 Portland Paramount Theater
November 26, 1974 Sacramento Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
November 27, 1974 Santa Barbara Robertson Gymnasium
November 28, 1974 Phoenix Celebrity Theater
November 29, 1974 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
November 30, 1974 Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium
December 1, 1974 San Francisco Winterland Arena
December 2, 1974 Long Beach Long Beach Municipal Auditorium

Will The Real Fleetwood Mac Please Stand Up?[edit]

A show was filmed in August 1974 at the Long Beach Auditorium Center Theatre in Long Beach, California—where the entire season of Don Kirshner Rock Concert was taped that year. The below tracks were the only ones that appeared on the video.

The Don Kirschner Video[edit]

  1. Green Manalishi
  2. Spare Me A Little Of Your Love
  3. Bermuda Triangle w/ monologue
  4. Black Magic Woman
  5. Rattlesnake Shake

At the actual taping of the show the band performed the entire "Will The Real Fleetwood Mac Please Stand Up?" performed below setlist:

  1. Green Manalishi
  2. Angel
  3. Spare Me A Little Of Your Love
  4. Sentimental Lady (false start)
  5. Sentimental Lady/Future Games
  6. Bermuda Triangle
  7. Why
  8. Believe Me
  9. Black Magic Woman
  10. Oh Well
  11. Cliff Davis Blooz (band introductions over a one chord jam)
  12. Rattlesnake Shake
  13. Hypnotized
  14. Mystery To Me

Personnel[edit]

Fleetwood Mac[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Search for setlists: artist:(Fleetwood Mac) date:[1974-01-01 TO 1974-12-31] | setlist.fm". www.setlist.fm. Retrieved 2018-08-18.