List of Barbra Streisand concert tours and live performances

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This article lists the tours, concerts, and other live performances for Barbra Streisand. In 2006, her north-American tour (20 shows) grossed more than $92 million.


The 1960s[edit]

This is a list of the live performances, tours and concerts during the 1960s:[1]

Year Title Dates Location Box-Office Benefits
1960 The Lion June and July
1960 The Bon Soir Sept. 9 - Nov. 20
1961 The Caucus Club Mar. 2 - Apr. 2 / Apr. 6-15 / Jul. 17 - Aug. 12 Detroit
1961 Crystal Palace Apr. 17 - May 8
1961 Town & Country Supper Club July 3-16
1961 - 1962 The Blue Angel Nov. 16 - Dec. 13, 1961 / Jul. 16 - Aug. 17, 1962
1962 The Bon Soir May 22 - Jun. 3 / Oct. 23 - Nov. 18
1963 "Fight for Sight" Benefit Jan. 1963
1963 Revere Frolic Feb. 5
1963 The Chateau Feb. 1963 $2,500 (for Barbra Streisand)
1963 Cafe Pompeii, Eden Roc Hotel Mar. 19 - 26
1963 The Hungry i Mar. 27 - Apr. 20 San Francisco, CA
1963 Basin Street East May 13 - Jun. 1
1963 D.C. Press Correspondent's Dinner May 24
1963 Mr. Kellys Jun. 11-30
1963 Concord Hotel Aug. 10
1963 The Riviera Hotel Jul. 2 - Aug. 4
1963 Lido Club Aug. 9
1963 The Cocoaunt Grove Aug. 21 - Sep. 8
1963 Harrah's Lake Tahoe Sep. 9 - 22 Lake Tahoe, NV
1963 An Evening of Entertainment Honoring John F. Shelley for Mayor Sep. 28
1963 Hollywood Bowl Oct. 5 Hollywood, CA
1963 Harmony Club Nov. 1963
1963 Arie Crown Theatre Nov. 29 - 30
1963 Clowes Memorial Hall Dec. 1
1963 San Jose Civic Auditorium Dec. 4 San Jose, CA
1963 Masonic Temple Dec. 6
1964 - 1965 Forest Hills Music Festival Jul. 12, 1964 / Aug. 8, 1965
1964 Democratic National Convention Aug. 27
1965 President Lyndon Johnson's Inaugural Gala Jan. 18
1965 Broadway Answers Selma Apr. 4 $150,000
1966 A Very Informal History of the American Musical Theater Jun. 22
1966 An Evening With Barbra Streisand (Tour) From Jul. 30 - Aug. 9 $480,000 ~
1967 A Happening In Central Park Jun. 17 New York, NY
1967 Hollywood Bowl Jul. 9 Hollywood, CA
1968 Broadway For Peace Jan. 21
1968 Eugene McCarthy Benefit Jun. 26
1968 Hollywood Bowl Jul. 17 Hollywood, CA $142,000
1969 Friars Club Roast May 16
1969 International Hotel Jul. 2 - 30 $1,000,000 ~ (for Barbra Streisand)
1969 An Evening for John Linsday Oct. 11

The 1970s[edit]

During the 1970s Streisand was the second best selling-artist in the US. She only did nine concerts during the 1970s, while in the 1960s she did 43.

This is a list of the live performances, tours and concerts during the 1970s:[2]


Year Title Dates Location Box-Office Benefits
1970 Broadway For Bella Nov. 1
1970 Riviera Hotel Nov. 27 - Dec. 10 $500,000 (for Barbra Streisand)
1970 - 1972 The Hilton Dec. 13, 1970 - Jan. 2, 1971 / Dec. 24, 1971 - Jan. 14, 1972
1971 Motion Picture and Television Relief Fund 50th Anniversary Jun. 13
1972 Benefit for George McGovern Apr. 15 Forum, Inglewood, CA $300,000
1973 Daniel Ellsberg ACLU Fund raiser Apr. 7 $50,000
1975 Funny Lady Special Olympics Concert Mar. 9
1976 "A Star Is Born" Concert at Sun Devil Stadium Jan. 1963 $175,000 ~
1978 Stars Salute at Israel at 30 May 7

The 1980s[edit]

During the 1980s Streisand concentrated on her film career (Yentl, Nuts), and she did few live concerts. Her album Guilty and the hit single Woman in Love between them sold more than 26 - 27 million copies worldwide and topped more than 15 charts each one. A 1986 concert (One Voice) grossed nearly $1.5 million.

This is a list of the live performances, tours and concerts during the 1980s:[3]


Year Title Dates Location Box-Office Benefits
1980 ACLU Tribute to Marilyn & Alan Bergman Jun. 1
1984 Crystal Awards May 31
1984 Woman Of Courage Award Dinner Jun. 6 $75,000
1984 15th Annual Scopus Awards Dec. 3 $1.5 million
1986 One Voice Sep. 6 $1.5 million
1987 A Tribute to Jule Styne Mar. 2
1988 Voices for Change Oct. 16 $80,000

The 1990s[edit]

In December 1993 she started Barbra Streisand in Concert, which was her first tour since An Evening With Barbra Streisand in 1966. The tour grossed an average of $2 million per concert, with tickets costing from $50 to $300.

This is a list of the live performances, tours and concerts during the 1990s:[4]


Year Title Dates Box-Office Benefits
1992 Women for a Change Jul. 1
1992 Voices for Change Sep. 16 $1.5 million
1992 APLA Commitment to Life VI Nov. 18
1993 "Back To Broadway" World Premiere Listening Party May 13 $275,000
1994 Barbra Streisand in Concert From Dec. 31, 1993 - Jul. 24, 1994 $68.5 million
1996 Los Angeles National Presidential Gala Sep. 12 $4 million

The 2000s[edit]

After the successful tour of 1994 Streisand promised another tour for 2000. That tour was called Timeless. She said that it would be her last tour and that possibly she "would retire" from the concert stage. She played Australia (Sydney and Melbourne) for the first time.

In 2006, she undertook the Streisand Tour and included European cities such as Paris, London, and Manchester. The tour was the second highest grossing tour of 2006 ($92 million).

This is a list of her live performances, tours and concerts during the 2000s:[5]

Year Title Dates Box-Office Benefits
2000 Timeless Las Vegas (Dec. 31, 1999-Jan. 1, 2000); Sydney (March 9-10); Melbourne (March 15&17); Los Angeles (Sep. 20-21); & New York (Sept. 27-28) $70 million
2000 Nomination Concert for Al Gore Aug. 17 $5.1 million
2002 National Democratic Gala Sep. 29 $6 million
2004 An Evening with John Kerry & Friends Jun. 7
2005 Stephen Sondheim's 75: The Concert Jul. 8
2005 Andre Agassi Grand Slam for Children Oct. 1
2006 - 2007 Streisand From Oct. 4, 2006 - Jul. 25, 2007 $130.1 million
2007 Planet Hollywood Resort Private Party Concert Nov. 17
2008 National Democratic Gala Sep. 16 $9 million
2009 One Night Only: Streisand at the Village Vanguard Sep. 26
2012-2013 Barbra Live $66.3 million

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Barbra-Archives:Barbra's lives and concert tours (The 60's)". barbra-archives.com. 2007-03-26. Retrieved 2012-08-31. 
  2. ^ "Barbra-Archives:Barbra's lives and concert tours (The 70's)". barbra-archives.com. 2007-03-26. Retrieved 2012-08-31. 
  3. ^ "Barbra-Archives:Barbra's lives and concert tours (The 80's)". barbra-archives.com. 2007-03-26. Retrieved 2012-08-27. 
  4. ^ "Barbra-Archives:Barbra's lives and concert tours (The 90's)". barbra-archives.com. 2007-03-26. Retrieved 2012-08-27. 
  5. ^ "Barbra-Archives:Barbra's lives and concert tours (The 00's)". barbra-archives.com. 2007-03-26. Retrieved 2012-08-27.