Hide Your Sheep Tour

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Hide Your Sheep Tour
Tour by Van Halen
Start date July 14, 1982
End date May 29, 1983
Legs North America (4)
South America (1)
Total: 5
Number of shows North America (81)
• United States (78)
• Canada (3)
South America (16)
• Brazil (9)
• Venezuela (3)
• Argentina (2)
• Uruguay (1)
• Peru (1)
Spain (1)
Italy (1)
Van Halen concert chronology

The Hide Your Sheep Tour was a concert tour by hard rock band Van Halen. It was a promotional tour, supporting their Diver Down album. It featured among other things, their first South American dates. The tour saw the band at the peak of their active touring.

Personnel[edit]

Setlist[edit]

Information[edit]

Romeo Delight
• Set Opener
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since the "Fair Warning Tour" (1981)
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance until March 12, 1998 with Gary Cherone during the "III Tour"
                          Last Live Performance with David Lee Roth
                          until September 27, 2007 during the "David Lee Roth Reunion Tour"


Unchained
• Performed before Alex Van Halen's Drum Solo
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since the "Fair Warning Tour" (1981)
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


The Full Bug
• Performed after Alex Van Halen's Drum Solo
• July 14, 1982: Live Premiere & 1st Ever Live Performance during the Tour
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until March 1, 2012 during "A Different Kind of Truth Tour"


Runnin' with the Devil
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Jamie's Cryin'
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Little Guitars
Eddie Van Halen Performs with His "Little Guitar" (Mini-Gibson Les Paul)
• July 14, 1982: Live Premiere & 1st Ever Live Performance during the Tour
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Where Have All the Good Times Gone!
• "The Kinks" Cover
• Performed before Michael Anthony's Bass Solo
• July 14, 1982: Live Premiere & 1st Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour since the "Club Days" (1974-1978)
• February 11, 1983: Last Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour


1984
• Performed during Michael Anthony's Bass Solo
• July 14, 1982: 1st Ever Live Performance during the Tour
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour as Part of Michael Anthony's Bass Solo
                          until January 18, 1984 as a Keyboard Introduction to "Jump" during the "1984 Tour"


Hang 'Em High
• Performed after Michael Anthony's Bass Solo
• July 14, 1982: Live Premiere & 1st Ever Live Performance as "Hang 'Em High" during the Tour
                          since the "1978 World Tour" as "Last Night"
• December 11, 1982: Last Live Performance during the Tour until March 22, 2012 during "A Different Kind of Truth Tour"


Dancing in the Street
• "Martha & the Vandellas" Cover
• Only 3 Known Live Performances during the Tour
   • February 5, 1983: 1st Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • February 11, 1983: 2nd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • May 29, 1983: Last Ever Live Performance during the Tour


Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers
• "ZZ Top" Cover
• Added to the Setlist for the Venezuela & Brazil Shows
• January 16, 1983: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since the "Club Days" (1976-1978)
• February 1, 1983: Last Ever Live Performance during the Tour


Little Dreamer
• January 16, 1983: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since the "1978 World Tour"
• February 11, 1983: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour
                                 until September 27, 2007 during the "David Lee Roth Reunion Tour"


Mean Street
• Added to the Setlist for the Venezuela & Brazil Shows
• January 16, 1983: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since the "Fair Warning Tour" (1981)
• February 1, 1983: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour
                                until March 12, 1998 with Gary Cherone during the "III Tour"
                                Last Known Live Performance with David Lee Roth
                                until September 27, 2007 during the "David Lee Roth Reunion Tour"


So This is Love?
• Only 3 Known Live Performances during the Tour
   • February 5, 1983: Earliest Known Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
   • February 11, 1983: 2nd Known Live Performance during the Tour
   • May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until September 27, 2007 during the "David Lee Roth Reunion Tour"


Cathedral
• Introduction to "Secrets"
• Eddie Performs with a Custom Double-Neck
• July 14, 1982: Live Premiere & 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Secrets
• Eddie Performs with a Custom Double-Neck
• July 14, 1982: Live Premiere & 1st Ever Live Performance during the Tour
• May 29, 1983: Last Ever Live Performance during the Tour


Everybody Wants Some!!
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Dance the Night Away
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour
                          until March 12, 1998 with Gary Cherone during the "III Tour"
                          Last Live Performance with David Lee Roth
                          until September 27, 2007 during the "David Lee Roth Reunion Tour"


Somebody Get Me a Doctor
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since November 15, 1980 during the "World Invasion Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour
                          until April 10, 1998 with Gary Cherone during the "III Tour"
                          Last Known Live Performance with David Lee Roth
                          until September 27, 2007 with David Lee Roth during the "David Lee Roth Reunion Tour"


Girl Gone Bad
• Performed as an Instrumental Band Jam before "I'm So Glad" during "Somebody Get Me a Doctor" in 1983
• Includes Eddie's "Women in Love..." (Intro)
• January 16, 1983: 1st Ever Live Performance during the Tour as an Instrumental Band Jam
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour as an Instrumental Band Jam
                          until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour" as a New Song


I'm So Glad
• "Cream" Cover
• Performed after "Girl Gone Bad" (Instrumental Band Jam) during "Somebody Get Me a Doctor" throughout the Tour
• July 14, 1982: 1st Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour since the "Club Days" (1972-1978)
• May 29, 1983: Last Ever Live Performance during the Tour


Summertime Blues
• "Eddie Cochran" Cover
• February 5, 1983: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• February 11, 1983: Last Known Live Performance during the Tour until the "1984 Tour"


Ice Cream Man
• "John Brim" Cover
• David Lee Roth Performs the Acoustic Guitar Introduction
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until the "1984 Tour"


Heartbreak Hotel
• "Elvis Presley" Cover
• January 21, 1983: 1st Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour since the "Club Days" (1972-1978)
• February 5, 1983: Last Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour


Intruder
• Performed as an Instrumental Introduction to "Pretty Woman"
• July 14, 1982: Live Premiere & 1st Ever Live Performance during the Tour
• May 29, 1983: Last Ever Live Performance during the Tour


Pretty Woman
• "Roy Orbison" Cover
• Performed before Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo
• July 14, 1982: 1st Ever Live Performance during the Tour
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Little Guitars (Intro)
• Performed during Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo before "Spanish Fly" & "Eruption"
• July 14, 1982: 1st Ever Live Performance during the Tour
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Spanish Fly
• Performed during Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo after "Little Guitars (Intro)" & before "Eruption"
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Eruption
• Performed during Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo after "Little Guitars (Intro)" & "Spanish Fly"
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Dead or Alive
• Added to the Setlist for the 2nd U.S. Leg of the Tour
• Replaced by "79th & Sunset"
• Performed after Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo
• September 1, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since the "World Vacation Tour" (1979)
• September 25, 1982: Last Ever Live Performance during the Tour


79th & Sunset
• "Humble Pie" Cover
• Added to the Setlist for the Venezuela Shows during the South America Leg of the Tour
• Replaced "Dead or Alive"
• Performed after Eddie Van Halen's Live Spotlight Guitar Solo
• January 16, 1983: 1st Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour since the "Club Days" (1972-1978)
• January 18, 1983: Last Ever Known Live Performance during the Tour


Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Bottoms Up!
• Main Set Closer
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since the "World Invasion Tour" (1980)
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until June 5, 2012 during "A Different Kind of Truth Tour"


Growth
• Hidden Track (Short Instrumental at the End of "In a Simple Rhyme")
• Performed Live as the Encore Introduction to "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love"
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


You Really Got Me
• "The Kinks" Cover
• Performed as the Encore
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since October 25, 1981 during the "Fair Warning Tour"
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"


Happy Trails
• "Roy Rogers" & "Dale Evans" Cover
• Sung by Dave, Eddie, Michael, & Alex during "You Really Got Me"
• July 14, 1982: 1st Live Performance during the Tour since the "Club Days" (1977-1978)
• May 29, 1983: Last Live Performance during the Tour until January 18, 1984 during the "1984 Tour"

Tour Dates[edit]

Date[1] City Country Venue
1982
Europe (Live TV Broadcast Performances)
San Remo Music Festival (1982)
January 28, 29, or 30, 1982 San Remo Italy "The Ariston" Theatre
("Pretty Woman" Live TV Lip-Sync Performance)
Aplauso (1982)
1982 ? Spain ("Unchained" Live TV Lip-Sync Performance)
United States (1st Leg)
July 14, 1982 Augusta United States Augusta Civic Arena
July 16, 1982 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
July 17, 1982 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
July 18, 1982 Columbia Carolina Coliseum
July 20, 1982 Knoxville Knoxville Civic Coliseum
July 22, 1982 Birmingham Jefferson Civic Coliseum
July 23, 1982 Jackson Mississippi Coliseum
July 24, 1982 Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
July 27, 1982 Nashville Nashville Municipal Auditorium
July 29, 1982 Trotwood Hara Arena
July 30, 1982 Louisville Freedom Hall
July 31, 1982 Fort Wayne Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
August 3, 1982 Rockford Rockford Metro Center
August 4, 1982 Des Moines Des Moines Veterans Memorial Auditorium
August 6, 1982 St. Louis The Checkerdome
August 7, 1982 Kansas City Kemper Arena
August 8, 1982 Omaha Omaha Civic Arena
August 10, 1982 St. Paul St. Paul Civic Arena
August 11, 1982 Madison Dane County Veterans Memorial Coliseum
August 13, 1982 Detroit Cobo Arena
August 14, 1982
August 15, 1982
August 17, 1982 Milwaukee Mecca Arena
August 18, 1982 Ashwaubenon Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena
August 19, 1982 Chicago UIC Pavilion
August 21, 1982 Richfield Richfield Coliseum
North America (2nd Leg)
September 1, 1982 Portland United States Portland Veterans Memorial Coliseum
September 2, 1982 Seattle Seattle Coliseum
September 3, 1982 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
September 5, 1982 Fresno United States Selland Arena
September 7, 1982 Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
September 9, 1982 Inglewood The Forum
September 10, 1982
September 11, 1982
September 14, 1982 Daly City "The Cow Palace" Arena
September 15, 1982
September 17, 1982 Las Vegas "The Aladdin" Theater
September 19, 1982 El Paso El Paso County Coliseum
September 21, 1982 Oklahoma City "The Myriad" Convention Center Arena
September 22, 1982 Tulsa Tulsa Assembly Center Arena
September 23, 1982 Houston "The Summit" Arena
September 24, 1982
September 25, 1982 Shreveport Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
September 26, 1982 Casper Casper Events Center Arena
North America (3rd Leg)
October 7, 1982 New Haven United States New Haven Coliseum
October 8, 1982 New York City "Madison Square Garden" Arena
October 9, 1982 Syracuse Carrier Dome
October 11, 1982 Landover Capital Center
October 12, 1982
October 14, 1982 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Civic Arena
(Cancelled after Eddie Van Halen Sprained His Wrist)
October 15, 1982 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
October 16, 1982
October 18, 1982 Hempstead Nassau Coliseum
October 19, 1982 Philadelphia "The Spectrum" Arena
October 20, 1982
October 22, 1982 Worcester "The Centrum" Arena
October 23, 1982
October 24, 1982
October 26, 1982 Toronto Canada Maple Leaf Gardens
October 27, 1982 Montreal Montreal Forum
October 30, 1982 Roanoke United States Roanoke Civic Arena
October 31, 1982 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
November 1, 1982 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Civic Arena
November 3, 1982 Atlanta "The Omni" Coliseum
November 5, 1982 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
November 6, 1982 Lexington Rupp Arena
November 7, 1982 Chattanooga UTC Arena
United States (Final Leg)
November 13, 1982 Hempstead United States Nassau Coliseum
November 14, 1982 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
November 15, 1982
November 18, 1982 Dallas Dallas Reunion Arena
November 19, 1982
November 20, 1982 Austin Frank Erwin Arena
November 22, 1982 San Antonio San Antonio Convention Center Arena
November 24, 1982 Valley Center Britt Brown Arena
November 26, 1982 Baton Rouge Baton Rouge River Center Arena
November 28, 1982 Mobile Mobile Municipal Arena
November 29, 1982 Huntsville Von Braun Civic Arena
November 30, 1982 Asheville Asheville Civic Arena
December 2, 1982 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum
December 4, 1982 Johnson City Freedom Hall
December 5, 1982 Raleigh Reynolds Coliseum
December 7, 1982 Lakeland Lakeland Civic Arena
December 9, 1982 Pembroke Pines Hollywood Sportatorium
December 10, 1982
December 11, 1982 Jacksonville Jacksonville Coliseum
1983
South America Leg
January 16, 1983 Caracas Venezuela "The Polyhedron" Arena
January 17, 1983
January 18, 1983
January 21, 1983 São Paulo Brazil Ibirapuera Gymnasium
January 22, 1983
January 23, 1983
January 25, 1983 Rio de Janeiro Little Maracanã Gymnasium
January 26, 1983
January 27, 1983
January 28, 1983 Porto Alegre "The Little Giant" Arena
January 29, 1983
February 1, 1983
February 5, 1983 Montevideo Uruguay "The Municipal Cylinder" Arena
February 7, 1983 Buenos Aires Argentina Health Works Arena
February 11, 1983
February 18, 1983 Lima Peru San Marcos Stadium
US Festival (1983) (Heavy Metal Day)
May 29, 1983 Devore United States Glen Helen Regional Park Pavilion

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