List of Yes concert tours (1980s–90s)

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The English progressive rock band Yes has toured for four decades.

The band played live from its creation in Summer 1968. Their first overseas shows were in Belgium and the Netherlands in June 1969. They played regularly through December 1980, with the band splitting up early the next year. The band reformed in 1983, and regular tours resumed in 1984 and continued over the next few decades. The longest break in touring came from late 2004 through late 2008. Touring has tended to focus on the UK and the rest of Europe, North America and Japan, but the band have also played other parts of the world, notably Australia.

Drama Tour[edit]

Drama Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Europe
Associated album Drama
Start date 29 August 1980
End date 18 December 1980
Legs 2
No. of shows 65 (66 scheduled)

Lineup:

Setlist:[1]

  • "Does it Really Happen?" (Squire, Howe, White, Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "Into the Lens" (Squire, Howe, White, Horn, Downes)
  • "Clap" (Howe)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "Go Through This" (Squire, Howe, White, Horn, Downes)
  • "Man in a White Car Suite" (Squire, Howe, White, Horn, Downes)
  • "We Can Fly from Here" (Horn, Downes, Squire)
  • "Tempus Fugit" (Squire, Howe, White, Horn, Downes)
  • "Amazing Grace/The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)" (Traditional, arr. Squire/Squire)
  • "Machine Messiah" (Squire, Howe, White, Horn, Downes)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)

Also occasionally played were:

Date City Country Venue Tickets sold / available Gross revenue
North America
29 August 1980 Toronto Canada Maple Leaf Gardens 16,500 / 16,500 $231,000
30 August 1980 Montreal Montreal Forum 17,872 / 18,000 $223,400
1 September 1980 Hartford United States Hartford Civic Center
2 September 1980 Portland Cumberland County Civic Center
4 September 1980 New York City Madison Square Garden 54,000 / 54,000 $680,000
5 September 1980
6 September 1980
8 September 1980 Providence Providence Civic Center
9 September 1980 Boston Boston Garden
10 September 1980 Glen Falls Glens Falls Civic Center
11 September 1980 Landover Capital Centre
12 September 1980 Philadelphia The Spectrum 32,861 / 35,000 $410,762
13 September 1980
14 September 1980 Binghamton Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
16 September 1980 Rochester Rochester War Memorial
17 September 1980 Buffalo Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
18 September 1980 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Civic Arena
19 September 1980 Detroit Joe Louis Arena
20 September 1980 Richfield Richfield Coliseum
21 September 1980 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
22 September 1980 Chicago International Amphitheatre 18,000 / 18,000 $190,836
23 September 1980
25 September 1980 St. Louis The Checkerdome 5,259 / 16,000 $46,218
26 September 1980 Tulsa Tulsa Convention Center
27 September 1980 Dallas Reunion Arena
28 September 1980 San Antonio HemisFair Arena
29 September 1980 Houston The Summit
1 October 1980 Tempe University Activity Center
2 October 1980 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
3 October 1980 Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena
4 October 1980
5 October 1980 Fresno Selland Arena
6 October 1980 Daly City Cow Palace 8,805 / 13,000 $91,812
9 October 1980 Saint Paul St. Paul Civic Center
10 October 1980 Notre Dame Convocation Center
11 October 1980 Champaign Assembly Hall
13 October 1980 Louisville Louisville Gardens
14 October 1980 Nashville Municipal Auditorium
16 October 1980 Bethlehem Stabler Arena
17 October 1980 Philadelphia The Spectrum 13,541 / 15,000 $122,361
18 October 1980 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
19 October 1980 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
20 October 1980 New Haven New Haven Coliseum
United Kingdom
16 November 1980 Bristol England Hippodrome Theatre
17 November 1980 Oxford New Theatre
19 November 1980 Birmingham Birmingham Odeon 4,878 / 4,878 $68,292
20 November 1980
22 November 1980 Queensferry Wales Deeside Leisure Centre
24 November 1980 Leicester England De Montfort Hall
25 November 1980
27 November 1980 Glasgow Scotland Apollo Theatre
29 November 1980 Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre
30 November 1980
2 December 1980 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall
3 December 1980
4 December 1980
6 December 1980 Manchester Apollo Theatre
7 December 1980
9 December 1980 Southampton Mayflower Theatre
10 December 1980
11 December 1980 Brighton Brighton Centre
12 December 1980 London Lewisham Odeon
14 December 1980 Hammersmith Odeon
15 December 1980
16 December 1980
17 December 1980 Rainbow Theatre
18 December 1980

9012Live Tour[edit]

9012Live Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Europe, South America
Associated album 90125
Start date 28 February 1984
End date 9 February 1985
Legs 4
No. of shows 141 (144 scheduled)

Lineup:

plus

  • Casey Young – Additional keyboards (offstage)

Setlist:[2]

  • "Cinema" (Trevor Rabin, Kaye, Squire, White)
  • "Leave It" (Rabin, Horn, Squire)
  • "Our Song" (dropped between 4 March 1984 and 9 August 1984, dropped after 1 October 1984) (Anderson, Squire, Rabin, White)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (dropped between 9 August 1984 and 1 October 1984) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "Hold On" (Anderson, Rabin, Squire)
  • "Perpetual Change" (dropped after 1 March 1984) (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Hearts" (Anderson, Rabin, Kaye, White, Squire)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • Kaye solo/"Si" (dropped between 29 August 1984 and 1 October 1984) (Kaye)
  • "Solly's Beard" (Rabin)
  • "Changes" (Rabin, Anderson, White)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "Soon"
  • "Make It Easy" (Intro)/Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire, Horn)
  • "It Can Happen" (Anderson, Squire, Rabin)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" (dropped after 26 July 1984)
  • "Whitefish/Amazing Grace" (Squire; traditional, arr. Squire)
  • "City of Love" (Anderson, Rabin)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Gimme Some Lovin'" (added on from 9 August 1984) (Steve Winwood, Spencer Davis, Muff Winwood) (originally by The Spencer Davis Group in 1966)

Also occasionally played were:

  • "Sweet Dreams" (Anderson, Foster) (Played on 5 March 1984 and 6 March 1984)
  • "I'm Down" (Lennon-McCartney) (Played on 24 June 1984 and 1 September 1984)
Date City Country Venue Tickets sold / available Gross revenue
North America
28 February 1984 Millersville United States Millersville University
1 March 1984 Columbus Ohio Center 6,864 / 6,864 $82,368
2 March 1984 Toledo Centennial Hall
4 March 1984 Detroit Joe Louis Arena 15,501 / 15,501 $209,263
5 March 1984 Champaign Assembly Hall
6 March 1984 Cedar Rapids Five Seasons Center
7 March 1984 Saint Paul St. Paul Civic Center
8 March 1984 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon 28,452 / 28,452 $383,361
9 March 1984
10 March 1984 Milwaukee MECCA Arena 10,732 / 11,609 $120,047
11 March 1984 St. Louis Kiel Auditorium 8,576 / 10,532 $106,814
12 March 1984 Kansas City Kemper Arena 12,670 / 13,882 $155,865
14 March 1984 Oklahoma City Myriad Convention Center
15 March 1984 Dallas Reunion Arena
16 March 1984 Houston The Summit
17 March 1984 Austin Frank Erwin Center 12,092 / 13,628 $143,989
20 March 1984 Denver McNichols Sports Arena 15,247 / 18,000 $209,289
21 March 1984 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
22 March 1984 Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum 8,570 / 13,460 $107,125
23 March 1984 Tucson McKale Center 5,974 / 14,418 $74,618
24 March 1984 Paradise Thomas & Mack Center 6,541 / 10,274 $96,855
26 March 1984 Inglewood The Forum 15,484 / 15,484 $185,808
27 March 1984 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
28 March 1984 Inglewood The Forum 15,556 / 15,556 $207,463
29 March 1984 Daly City Cow Palace
30 March 1984
31 March 1984 Reno Lawlor Events Center
2 April 1984 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum 8,818 / 10,000 $102,164
3 April 1984 Seattle United States Seattle Center Coliseum
4 April 1984 Pullman Beasley Coliseum
5 April 1984 Boise BSU Pavilion
7 April 1984 Casper Casper Events Center
8 April 1984 Rapid City Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
10 April 1984 Saint Paul St. Paul Civic Center
11 April 1984 Madison Dane County Coliseum 6,903 / 9,813 $93,184
12 April 1984 Indianapolis Market Square Arena
13 April 1984 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
15 April 1984 Nashville Nashville Municipal Auditorium 8,333 / 9,470 $104,384
16 April 1984 Atlanta Omni Coliseum 11,466 / 11,466 $137,592
18 April 1984 Lakeland Lakeland Civic Center 17,982 / 20,000 $236,585
19 April 1984
20 April 1984 North Fort Myers Lee County Civic Center 6,293 / 9,000 $78,552
21 April 1984 Pembroke Pines Hollywood Sportatorium
22 April 1984 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum 6,219 / 10,276 $80,847
24 April 1984 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum
25 April 1984 Lexington Rupp Arena
26 April 1984 Notre Dame Convocation Center
28 April 1984 Oxford Millett Hall 9,992 / 10,000 $104,384
29 April 1984 Erie Erie Civic Center 7,500 / 7,500 $91,935
30 April 1984 Philadelphia The Spectrum 18,355 / 18,355 $230,224
1 May 1984 Pittsburgh Civic Arena 12,097 / 15,000 $145,164
2 May 1984 Richfield Richfield Coliseum
4 May 1984 Hartford Hartford Civic Center 26,479 / 32,152 $323,242
5 May 1984
7 May 1984 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena 19,286 / 20,528 $259,924
8 May 1984 Providence Providence Civic Center 11,015 / 12,100 $135,416
9 May 1984 Buffalo Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
10 May 1984 Rochester Rochester Community War Memorial 9,235 / 9,235 $111,372
11 May 1984 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
12 May 1984 Worcester Worcester Centrum 12,507 / 12,507 $151,333
14 May 1984 New York City Madison Square Garden
15 May 1984 Landover Capital Centre 17,413 / 18,500 $217,662
Europe
11 June 1984 Stockholm Sweden Johanneshovs Isstadion
13 June 1984 Copenhagen Denmark Falkoner Center
14 June 1984 Malmö Sweden Malmö Isstadion
15 June 1984 Gothenburg Scandinavium
16 June 1984 Drammen Norway Drammenshallen
18 June 1984 Berlin Germany Waldbühne
19 June 1984 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
21 June 1984 Cologne Sporthalle
22 June 1984 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
23 June 1984 Dortmund Westfalenhallen
24 June 1984
25 June 1984 Munich Olympiahalle
26 June 1984 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
28 June 1984 Mannheim Germany Eisstadion am Friedrichspark
29 June 1984 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
30 June 1984 Würzburg Carl-Diem-Halle
1 July 1984 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
2 July 1984
3 July 1984 Brussels Belgium Forest National
5 July 1984 Nantes France Stade de la Beaujoire
7 July 1984 Paris Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
8 July 1984
11 July 1984 London England Wembley Arena
12 July 1984
14 July 1984 Birmingham NEC Arena
17 July 1984 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
18 July 1984 Milan Italy Palasport di San Siro
20 July 1984 Nice France Palais des Expositions
21 July 1984 Béziers Arènes de Béziers
22 July 1984 Biarritz Parc des Sports Aguiléra
24 July 1984 Barcelona Spain La Monumental
26 July 1984 Madrid Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas
North America
9 August 1984 Omaha United States Omaha Civic Auditorium 10,000 / 10,000 $122,500
11 August 1984 East Troy Alpine Valley Music Theatre 13,406 / 20,000 $157,136
12 August 1984 Hoffman Estates Poplar Creek Music Theater
13 August 1984 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
15 August 1984 Louisville Freedom Hall
16 August 1984 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
17 August 1984 Fort Wayne Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
18 August 1984 Wyoming Fort Wyoming in Lamar Park
20 August 1984 Ottawa Canada Lansdowne Park
21 August 1984 Quebec City Quebec City Coliseum
22 August 1984 Montreal Montreal Forum
23 August 1984 Toronto CNE Stadium
24 August 1984 Cuyahoga Falls United States Blossom Music Center
25 August 1984 Rochester Rochester Community War Memorial
26 August 1984 Syracuse Great New York State Fair
27 August 1984 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
29 August 1984 New York City Forest Hills Tennis Stadium
1 September 1984 Hershey Hersheypark Arena
2 September 1984 Springfield Springfield Civic Center 5,348 / 9,800 $69,255
3 September 1984 Portland Cumberland County Civic Center
4 September 1984 Holmdel Garden State Arts Center
6 September 1984 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
7 September 1984 Boston Boston Garden
8 September 1984 New Haven New Haven Coliseum 8,104 / 10,700 $106,196
9 September 1984 Philadelphia The Spectrum 35,917 / 35,917 $488,058
10 September 1984
12 September 1984 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
13 September 1984 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
14 September 1984 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
15 September 1984 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
16 September 1984 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheater
18 September 1984 Boulder CU Events Center 7,616 / 12,170 $98,305
20 September 1984 Reno Lawlor Events Center 6,959 / 8,000 $104,385
21 September 1984 Berkeley Hearst Greek Theater 16,952 / 16,952 $257,640
22 September 1984
23 September 1984 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre 16,085 / 16,085 $189,127
25 September 1984 Salt Lake City Salt Palace
27 September 1984 Calgary Canada Olympic Saddledome
28 September 1984 Edmonton Northlands Coliseum
29 September 1984
1 October 1984 Portland United States Memorial Coliseum
South America
17 January 1985 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Rock in Rio
20 January 1985
27 January 1985 Maldonado Uruguay Campus Municipal de Maldonado
1 February 1985 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio José Amalfitani
2 February 1985
6 February 1985 Rosario Teatro Olimpo
9 February 1985 Buenos Aires Estadio José Amalfitani
12 February 1985 Mar del Plata Hotel Provincial
13 February 1985

Big Generator Tour[edit]

Big Generator Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Asia
Associated album Big Generator
Start date 14 November 1987
End date 13 April 1988
Legs 3
No. of shows 67 (92 scheduled)

Lineup:

Setlist:[3]

  • "Almost Like Love" (dropped after 20 December 1987) (Kaye, Anderson, Rabin, Squire)
  • "Rhythm of Love" (Kaye, Anderson, Rabin, Squire)
  • "Hold On" (Anderson, Rabin, Squire)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Changes" (Rabin, Anderson, White; Kaye, Squire)
  • "Big Generator" (Anderson, Rabin, Kaye, White, Squire)
  • "Shoot High, Aim Low" (Anderson, Rabin, Kaye, White, Squire)
  • "Holy Lamb (Song for Harmonic Convergence)" (Anderson)
  • Kaye solo (Kaye)
  • "Solly's Beard" (Rabin)
  • "Make it Easy" (Intro)/Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire, Horn)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil") (Excerpt) (added on from 7 December 1987) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Amazing Grace" (traditional, arr. Squire)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "I'm Running" (dropped after 22 November 1987) (Anderson, Rabin, Kaye, White, Squire)
  • "Würm" (the third section of "Starship Trooper") (Howe)
  • "Love Will Find a Way" (Rabin)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)

Also played occasionally were:

  • "Soon" (Anderson) (Played on 4 April 1988)
  • "On The Silent Wings Of Freedom" (Anderson, Squire) (only the bass riff only on 19 November 1987)
  • "Final Eyes" (Played on 14 November 1987, 19 November 1987, 21 November 1987, and 28 November 1987)
Date City Country Venue Tickets sold / available Gross revenue
Leg 1 - North America
20 October 1987 Peoria United States Peoria Civic Center N/A
22 October 1987 Kansas City Kemper Arena
23 October 1987 Oklahoma City The Myriad
25 October 1987 Denver McNichols Sports Arena
26 October 1987 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
27 October 1987 Las Cruces Pan American Center
29 October 1987 Houston The Summit
31 October 1987 Dallas Reunion Arena
1 November 1987 Baton Rouge LSU Assembly Center
3 November 1987 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum
5 November 1987 Jacksonville Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum
6 November 1987 Hollywood Hollywood Sportatorium
7 November 1987 Tampa USF Sun Dome
10 November 1987 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
11 November 1987 Chapel Hill Dean Smith Center
13 November 1987 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
14 November 1987 Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium 10,000 / 10,000 $125,000
15 November 1987 South Bend Athletics and Convocation Center
17 November 1987 Lincoln Delaney Sports Center
18 November 1987 Bloomington Met Center
19 November 1987 Springfield Prairie Capital Convention Center
21 November 1987 Detroit Joe Louis Arena
22 November 1987 Louisville Freedom Hall
23 November 1987 St. Louis St. Louis Arena 6,974 / 10,000 $96,959
24 November 1987 Milwaukee MECCA Arena
25 November 1987 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon 10,921 / 12,265 $191,118
27 November 1987 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
28 November 1987 Richmond Richmond Coliseum
29 November 1987 Philadelphia The Spectrum 30,839 / 30,839 $479,028
30 November 1987
1 December 1987 Syracuse Onondaga County War Memorial
3 December 1987 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
4 December 1987 Buffalo Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
6 December 1987 Ottawa Canada Ottawa Civic Center 3,545 / 10,000 $60,841
7 December 1987 Quebec City Quebec City Coliseum
8 December 1987 Montreal Montreal Forum
9 December 1987 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens 9,103 / 10,000 $164,453
11 December 1987 Worcester United States Worcester Centrum
12 December 1987 Rochester Rochester Community War Memorial
13 December 1987 Landover Capital Centre
15 December 1987 Troy Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Fieldhouse
16 December 1987 New York City Madison Square Garden
17 December 1987 Providence Providence Civic Center 6,639 / 6,639 $109,543
18 December 1987 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
19 December 1987
20 December 1987 Bethlehem Stabler Arena 6,004 / 6,004 $105,070
North America
19 January 1988 Tallahassee United States Leon County Civic Center 3,687 / 6,944 $47,042
20 January 1988 Pensacola Pensacola Civic Center
22 January 1988 Tampa USF Sun Dome 15,514 / 16,970 $256,480
23 January 1988
24 January 1988 Pembroke Pines Hollywood Sportatorium
25 January 1988 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum
28 January 1988 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena
29 January 1988 Columbus Ohio Center
31 January 1988 Indianapolis Market Square Arena
2 February 1988 Kalamazoo Wings Stadium
5 February 1988 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum 12,508 / 14,268 $220,001
6 February 1988 Binghamton Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena 6,925 / 6,925 $84,886
7 February 1988 Philadelphia The Spectrum 13,637 / 13,637 $216,676
8 February 1988 Hershey Hersheypark Arena
10 February 1988 Nashville Nashville Municipal Auditorium
11 February 1988 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
12 February 1988 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
13 February 1988 Chapel Hill Dean Smith Center
16 February 1988 Richfield Richfield Coliseum 9,527 / 12,245 $157,196
17 February 1988 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
19 February 1988 Houston The Summit 8,199 / 12,618 $131,478
20 February 1988 Lafayette Cajundome
21 February 1988 Dallas Reunion Arena
22 February 1988 Austin Frank Erwin Center 4,976 / 6,528 $71,066
24 February 1988 Tucson Tucson Convention Center 4,927 / 7,221 $73,040
26 February 1988 Sacramento ARCO Arena 6,247 / 9,700 $109,323
27 February 1988 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena 12,823 / 13,000 $237,226
28 February 1988 Reno Lawlor Events Center
1 March 1988 Fresno Selland Arena
2 March 1988 Inglewood The Forum 11,161 / 13,506 $165,261
4 March 1988 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl 4,526 / 4,526 $77,814
5 March 1988 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre 18,765 / 18,765 $195,681
8 March 1988 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena 5,715 / 8,928 $105,728
9 March 1988 Tempe ASU Activity Center 5,352 / 7,098 $79,497
10 March 1988 Las Vegas Aladdin Theatre 6,800 / 6,800 $83,354
11 March 1988 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
13 March 1988 Denver McNichols Sports Arena 7,895 / 13,000 $142,397
30 March 1988 Honolulu Neil S. Blaisdell Center
Asia
4 April 1988 Tokyo Japan Yoyogi National Gymnasium
5 April 1988
7 April 1988
9 April 1988 Yokohama Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
10 April 1988 Nagoya Century Hall
12 April 1988 Osaka Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium
13 April 1988

An Evening of Yes Music Plus Tour (ABWH)[edit]

This tour is documented on the live release: An Evening of Yes Music Plus.

Lineup:

plus:

Setlist:[4]

  • Medley: "Time and a Word/Owner of a Lonely Heart/Teakbois: The Life and Time of Bobby Dread" (Anderson, Foster/ Anderson, Horn, Rabin, Squire/ Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford)
  • "Clap/Mood for a Day" (Howe)
  • "Leaves of Green" (Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman, White) (only on 29 July 1989)
  • Wakeman solo (Wakeman)
  • "Long Distance Runaround"/Bruford solo (Anderson; Bruford)
  • "Birthright" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford, Max Bacon)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Howe, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Quartet" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford) (only on 29 July 1989)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire) (omitted on some dates in 1990)
  • "Soon" (Anderson) (only on 29 October 1989)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Themes" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford)
  • Levin-Bruford duet (Bruford, Tony Levin)
  • "Brother of Mine" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford, Downes)
  • "The Meeting" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Order of the Universe" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford, Rhett Lawrence)
  • "Let's Pretend" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford, Vangelis) (only on 29 July 1989)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Howe, Squire) (omitted on some dates in 1990)
  • "Sweet Dreams" (Anderson, Foster) (only occasionally from 4 August 1989)
Date City Country Venue
29 July 1989 Memphis United States Mud Island
30 July 1989 Atlanta Chastain Park
1 August 1989 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
2 August 1989 Harrisburg Metro Bank Park
3 August 1989 Philadelphia The Spectrum
4 August 1989 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
5 August 1989 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
6 August 1989 Mansfield Comcast Center
8 August 1989 Manchester Riverfront Park
9 August 1989 Middletown Orange County Fairgrounds
10 August 1989 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheater
11 August 1989 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
12 August 1989 Old Orchard Beach Seashore Performing Arts Center
13 August 1989 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
15 August 1989 Pittsburgh A. J. Palumbo Center
16 August 1989 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
17 August 1989 Weedsport Cayuga County Fair Speedway
18 August 1989 Corfu Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
19 August 1989 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theater
20 August 1989 Hoffman Estates Poplar Creek Music Theater
22 August 1989 Toronto Canada Canadian National Exhibition Stadium
23 August 1989 Ottawa Frank Clair Stadium
24 August 1989 Montreal Montreal Forum
25 August 1989 Quebec City L'Agora Du Vieux Port
28 August 1989 Houston United States The Summit
4 September 1989 San Diego Open Air Theater
5 September 1989 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre
6 September 1989 Los Angeles Greek Theater
7 September 1989
8 September 1989 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl
9 September 1989 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre (released on An Evening of Yes Music Plus DVD)
10 September 1989 Sacramento California State Fair
20 October 1989 Whitley Bay England Whitley Bay Ice Rink
21 October 1989 Edinburgh Scotland Playhouse Theater
22 October 1989
24 October 1989 Birmingham England National Exhibition Centre
25 October 1989
28 October 1989 London Wembley Arena
29 October 1989
2 November 1989 Brussels Belgium Vorst Nationaal
3 November 1989 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
5 November 1989 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
6 November 1989 Copenhagen Denmark Folketeatret
8 November 1989 Stockholm Sweden Johanneshovs Isstadion
9 November 1989 Oslo Norway Skedsmohallen
11 November 1989 Cologne Germany Sporthalle
12 November 1989 Kassel Stadhalle
13 November 1989 Munich Rudi-Sedlmeyer-Sporthalle
14 November 1989 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
16 November 1989 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
17 November 1989 Würzburg Carl-Diem-Halle
18 November 1989 Basel Switzerland St. Jakobs-Halle
19 November 1989 Paris France Palais Omnisport Paris Bercy
20 November 1989 Turin Italy Palasport Di Torino
21 November 1989 Milan Palatrussardi
23 November 1989 Rome Palaeur
21 February 1990 Barcelona Spain Palacio Municipal De Los Deportes
22 February 1990 Madrid Palacio De Deportes
23 February 1990 Zaragoza Palacio de Deportes
1 March 1990 Tokyo Japan Nihon Hohsoh Kyokai
2 March 1990
4 March 1990
5 March 1990 Osaka Festival Hall
7 March 1990 Yokohama Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
8 March 1990 Tokyo Nihon Hohsoh Kyokai
12 March 1990 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
13 March 1990 Spokane United States Spokane Opera House
14 March 1990 Portland Chiles Center
15 March 1990 Seattle Paramount Theater
18 March 1990 Richmond The Mosque
19 March 1990 Philadelphia The Spectrum
20 March 1990 Boston Citi Performing Arts Center
22 March 1990 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
23 March 1990 New York City Madison Square Garden

Union Tour[edit]

Union Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Europe, Asia
Associated album Union
Start date 9 April 1991
End date 5 March 1992
Legs 4
No. of shows 84 (86 scheduled)

Lineup:

Setlist:[5]

  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "Rhythm of Love" (Kaye, Anderson, Rabin, Squire)
  • "Shock to the System" (Anderson, Howe, Jonathan Elias)
  • "City of Love" (Rabin, Anderson) (Dropped after 9 April 1991)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • Steve Howe solo section (Howe)
  • "Make it Easy" (Intro)/Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Anderson, Rabin, Horn, Squire)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • Drum duet (Bruford, White)
  • "Hold On" (dropped after 13 June 1991) (Rabin, Anderson, Squire)
  • Kaye solo (only between 12 April 1991 and 22 June 1991) (Kaye)
  • "Changes" (Anderson, Rabin, White)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (added on from 19 April 1991) (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Solly's Beard" (Rabin)
  • "Take the Water to the Mountain" (Anderson) (Dropped after opening night)
  • "Soon" (Anderson) (Dropped after opening night)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" (replaced by "Saving My Heart" starting 12 July 1991) (Anderson; Rabin)
  • "Whitefish/Amazing Grace" (Squire, White; traditional, arr. Squire)
  • "Lift Me Up" (Rabin, Squire)
  • Wakeman solo (Wakeman)
  • "Awaken" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Starship Trooper" (dropped after 17 April 1991) (Anderson, Squire, Howe)

Also played occasionally were:

  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe) (Played on 14 July 1991)
  • "Gimme Some Lovin'" (Winwood, Davis, Winwood) (Played on 24 April 1991)
Date City Country Venue Tickets sold / available Gross revenue
North America
9 April 1991 Pensacola United States Pensacola Civic Center
12 April 1991 Atlantic City Etess Arena 9,700 / 9,700 $340,650
13 April 1991
14 April 1991 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena 20,356 / 20,356 $449,594
16 April 1991 Philadelphia The Spectrum 18,585 / 18,585 $388,665
17 April 1991 Worcester Worcester Centrum 10,280 / 13,649 $208,450
18 April 1991 Hartford Hartford Civic Center 9,213 / 16,550 $230,889
19 April 1991 Fairfax Patriot Center 9,988 / 9,988 $225,966
20 April 1991 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum 18,056 / 18,056 $413,620
22 April 1991 Quebec City Canada Colisée de Québec 11,986 / 14,000 $275,720
23 April 1991 Toronto Skydome 12,510 / 14,000 $299,150
24 April 1991 Montreal Montreal Forum 9,417 / 13,000 $217,379
25 April 1991 Albany United States Knickerbocker Arena 8,621 / 10,000 $210,720
26 April 1991 Buffalo Buffalo Memorial Auditorium 10,496 / 17,000 $210,386
27 April 1991 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 15,000 / 15,000 $320,515
29 April 1991 Richfield Richfield Coliseum 12,385 / 15,000 $247,700
3 May 1991 Kalamazoo Wings Stadium 6,040 / 6,981 $129,270
4 May 1991 Fairborn Nutter Center 9,281 / 9,281 $221,703
5 May 1991 Champaign Assembly Hall
6 May 1991 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon 14,676 / 15,747 $346,593
7 May 1991 Minneapolis Target Center 6,979 / 17,000 $153,440
9 May 1991 Denver McNichols Arena 9,214 / 15,422 $197,513
11 May 1991 Phoenix Desert Sky Pavilion 9,720 / 19,945 $170,983
12 May 1991 Paradise Thomas & Mack Center
14 May 1991 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena 8,554 / 12,399 $199,459
15 May 1991 Inglewood The Forum 16,584 / 16,584 $405,095
16 May 1991 Sacramento ARCO Arena 8,159 / 8,554 $168,323
17 May 1991 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena 14,307 / 14,307 $323,563
19 May 1991 Portland Memorial Coliseum
20 May 1991 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
21 May 1991 Seattle United States Seattle Center Coliseum 10,020 / 14,000 $241,130
Europe
29 May 1991 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle Frankfurt
30 May 1991 Munich Olympiahalle
31 May 1991 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
1 June 1991 Oldenburg Weser-Ems Halle
2 June 1991 Cologne Sporthalle
3 June 1991 Paris France Le Zénith
4 June 1991
6 June 1991 Grenoble Le Summum
7 June 1991 Marseille Palais Des Sports De Marseille
8 June 1991 Toulouse Palais Des Sports De Toulouse
10 June 1991 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
12 June 1991 Rome Italy Palaeur
13 June 1991 Milan Palatrussardi
16 June 1991 Athens Greece Athens Sports Palace
20 June 1991 Budapest Hungary MTK Stadium
22 June 1991 Brussels Belgium Vorst Nationaal
23 June 1991 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
25 June 1991 Birmingham England National Exhibition Centre
26 June 1991
28 June 1991 London Wembley Arena
29 June 1991
30 June 1991
North America
5 July 1991 Tampa United States Florida State Fairgrounds
6 July 1991 Miami Miami Arena 11,902 / 14,000 $298,720
7 July 1991 Orlando Orlando Arena
9 July 1991 Atlanta Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre
10 July 1991 Raleigh Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
12 July 1991 Philadelphia The Spectrum 29,389 / 36,240 $622,910
13 July 1991
14 July 1991 Lake Placid Lake Placid Olympic Sports Complex
15 July 1991 New York City Madison Square Garden 15,158 / 15,158 $415,835
16 July 1991 Holmdel Garden State Arts Center 6,993 / 10,802 $168,985
18 July 1991 Mansfield Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts
19 July 1991 Canandaigua Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center
20 July 1991 Landover Capital Centre
21 July 1991 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater 10,208 / 10,208 $262,100
22 July 1991 Middletown Orange County Fairgrounds Speedway
24 July 1991 Burgettstown Star Lake Amphitheater
25 July 1991 Tinley Park New World Music Theatre
26 July 1991 East Troy Alpine Valley Music Theatre
27 July 1991 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheater
28 July 1991 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
30 July 1991 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
31 July 1991 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center 7,700 / 19,102
1 August 1991 Lafayette Cajundome
2 August 1991 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
3 August 1991 Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre 10,676 / 20,111 $204,332
6 August 1991 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre
7 August 1991 Concord Concord Pavilion
8 August 1991 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
Asia
29 February 1992 Tokyo Japan Yoyogi National Gymnasium
2 March 1992 Osaka Osaka Castle Hall
3 March 1992 Nagoya Century Hall
4 March 1992 Yokohama Yokohama Bunka Taiikukan
5 March 1992 Tokyo Nippon Budokan[6]

Talk Tour[edit]

Talk Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, South America, Asia
Associated album Talk
Start date 18 June 1994
End date 11 October 1994
Legs 3
No. of shows 77 (80 scheduled)

These were the last shows to feature Trevor Rabin and Tony Kaye as members of Yes.

Lineup:

plus:

Setlist:[7]

  • "Perpetual Change" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "The Calling" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire)
  • "I Am Waiting" (Rabin, Anderson)
  • "Rhythm of Love" (Kaye, Rabin, Anderson, Squire)
  • "Hearts" (dropped after 30 September 1994) (Anderson, Rabin, Kaye, Squire, WHite)
  • "Real Love" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire)
  • "Changes" (Anderson, Rabin, White)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Cinema" (dropped after 16 August 1994) (Squire, Rabin, White, Kaye)
  • "City of Love" (dropped after 16 August 1994) (Rabin, Anderson)
  • "Make it Easy" (Intro)/Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Anderson, Rabin, Squire, Horn)
  • "Where Will You Be" (Dropped after 26 August 1994) (Rabin, Anderson)
  • Trevor Rabin's Keyboard solo/"And You and I" (Rabin; Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Walls" (Anderson, Rabin, Roger Hodgson)
  • "Endless Dream" (Rabin, Anderson)
  • "Hold On" (only between 25 June 1994 and 26 July 1994) (Anderson, Rabin, Squire)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Purple Haze" (added on from 13 August 1994) (Jimi Hendrix) (originally by Hendrix in 1967)

"Yours Is No Disgrace" was played on the last night of the tour.

Date City Country Venue
North America
16 June 1994 New York City United States Madison Square Garden
18 June 1994 Binghamton Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
19 June 1994 Canandaigua Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center
21 June 1994 Allentown Allentown Fairgrounds
23 June 1994 Fairborn Nutter Center
24 June 1994 Columbus Polaris Amphitheater
25 June 1994 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theater
26 June 1994 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
28 June 1994 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities
29 June 1994 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheater
30 June 1994 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
2 July 1994 Tinley Park New World Music Theater
3 July 1994 Minneapolis Target Center
4 July 1994 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheater
6 July 1994 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
7 July 1994 Eden Wolf Mountain
9 July 1994 Salem L.B. Day Amphitheater
10 July 1994 George The Gorge Amphitheatre
11 July 1994 Vancouver Canada Deer Lake Park
13 July 1994 Concord United States Concord Pavilion
14 July 1994 Sacramento California Exposition and State Fair
15 July 1994 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
16 July 1994 Reno Reno-Hilton Amphitheater
17 July 1994 San Bernardino Blockbuster Pavilion
19 July 1994 Fresno Selland Arena
22 July 1994 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
23 July 1994
25 July 1994 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl
26 July 1994 San Diego Embarcadero Marina Park
27 July 1994 Paradise Thomas & Mack Center
28 July 1994 Phoenix Desert Sky Pavilion
30 July 1994 Dallas Starplex Amphitheater
31 July 1994 San Antonio SeaWorld San Antonio
1 August 1994 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
3 August 1994 Oklahoma City The Myriad
5 August 1994 New Orleans Lakefront Arena
6 August 1994 Pensacola Pensacola Civic Center
7 August 1994 Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheater
9 August 1994 Tampa USF Sun Dome
10 August 1994 Miami Miami Arena
11 August 1994 Orlando Orlando Arena
12 August 1994 Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum
13 August 1994 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion
14 August 1994 Raleigh Walnut Creek Amphitheater
16 August 1994 Huntsville Von Braun Civic Center
17 August 1994 Little Rock Riverfest Amphitheater
18 August 1994 Nashville Starwood Amphitheatre
19 August 1994 Merrillville Star Plaza Theatre
20 August 1994 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
21 August 1994 Middletown Orange County Fairgrounds Speedway
22 August 1994 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
24 August 1994 Burgettstown Star Lake Amphitheater
25 August 1994 Syracuse Great New York State Fair
26 August 1994 Philadelphia The Spectrum
27 August 1994 Richmond Classic Amphitheatre at Strawberry Hill
28 August 1994 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
29 August 1994 Mansfield Great Woods Performing Arts Center
31 August 1994 Toronto Canada Kingswood Music Theater
1 September 1994 Montreal Montreal Forum
2 September 1994 Quebec City Quebec City Coliseum
3 September 1994 Old Orchard Beach United States Seashore Performing Arts Center
7 September 1994 Holmdel Garden State Arts Center
8 September 1994 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheatre
9 September 1994 New Haven New Haven Coliseum
10 September 1994 New York City Madison Square Garden
South America
14 September 1994 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Metropolitan
15 September 1994 São Paulo Olympia
16 September 1994
18 September 1994 Viña del Mar Chile Quinta Vergara Amphitheatre
20 September 1994 Santiago Estación Mapocho
22 September 1994 Buenos Aires Argentina El Teatro De Broadway
23 September 1994
24 September 1994
Asia
29 September 1994 Osaka Japan Osaka Castle Hall
30 September 1994 Takamatsu Prefectural Kenmin Hall
1 October 1994 Kokura Kita Kosei Nenkin Hall
4 October 1994 Tokyo Budokan Hall
5 October 1994
6 October 1994 Sendai Sun Plaza Hall
10 October 1994 Nagoya Rainbow Hall
11 October 1994 Hiroshima Kosei Nenkin Hall

San Luis Obispo shows[edit]

These were the first shows to feature Steve Howe and Rick Wakeman since the Union tour. Wakeman played all three shows, but subsequently left the band, later re-joining in 2002. Since these shows, Howe has to this day been performing with the group.

Lineup:

Setlist: [8]

  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Time and a Word" (Anderson, Foster)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Going for the One"
  • "Turn of the Century" (Anderson, Howe, White)
  • "America" (Simon)
  • "Onward" (Squire)
  • "Awaken" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe)
Date City Country Venue
4 March 1996 San Luis Obispo United States Edward's Fremont Theater
5 March 1996
6 March 1996

Cancelled Know Tour[edit]

Date City Country Venue
12 June 1997 Hartford United States Meadows Music Theatre
13 June 1997 Mansfield Great Woods Center For The Performing Arts
17 June 1997 New York City Beacon Theatre
18 June 1997
20 June 1997 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center At Garden State
23 June 1997 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion
1 July 1997 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center Amphitheatre
21 July 1997 San Diego Hospitality Point
25 July 1997 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
26 July 1997 Universal City Universal Amphitheater
27 July 1997

This tour was entirely cancelled.

Open Your Eyes and 30th Anniversary Tour[edit]

Open Your Eyes Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Europe, South America, Asia
Associated album Open Your Eyes
Start date 17 October 1997
End date 14 October 1998
Legs 5
No. of shows 149 (165 scheduled)

Lineup:

plus:

Setlist:[9]

  • "Siberian Khatru"
  • "Rhythm of Love" (Kaye, Rabin, Anderson, Squire)
  • "America" (Simon) (Dropped after 9 July 1998)
  • "Open Your Eyes" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Billy Sherwood)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Steve Howe solo section" (Howe)
  • "Leaves of Green" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White) (Dropped after 2 December 1997)
  • "From the Balcony" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood) (between 5 December 1997 and 24 April 1998)
  • Khoroshev keyboard solo (dropped after 5 July 1998) (Igor Khoroshev)
  • "Children of Light" (Anderson, Howe, Squire, Vangelis, Wakeman; Anderson) (replaced by "Wonderous Stories" starting 1 March 1998)
  • "Long Distance Runaround"
  • "Whitefish/Ritual (Nous sommes du Soleil)" (Excerpt) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Anderson, Rabin, Squire, Horn)
  • "Soon" (Anderson) (Dropped after 22 November 1997)
  • "The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn)" (Dropped after 24 April 1998, replaced by "Close to the Edge" from 18 June 1998)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe/Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford) (replaced by "Yours Is No Disgrace" from 18 June 1998)

Also occasionally played were:

  • "No Way We Can Lose" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood) (Played on 17 October 1997 and 24 July 1998)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White) (Played on 6 March 1998, 7 April 1998, 19 June 1998, 20 June 1998, and 23 June 1998)
  • "Memphis, Tennessee" (Chuck Berry) (originally by Berry in 1959) (Played on 4 August 1998)
Date City Country Venue
North America
17 October 1997 Hartford United States Meadows Music Theatre
18 October 1997 Boston Orpheum Theatre
19 October 1997 New Brunswick State Theatre
21 October 1997 Albany Palace Theatre
22 October 1997 Fairfax Patriot Center
24 October 1997 Upper Darby Tower Theatre
25 October 1997
26 October 1997
28 October 1997 Hershey Hersheypark Arena
29 October 1997 New York City Beacon Theatre
30 October 1997
31 October 1997
2 November 1997 Pittsburgh A. J. Palumbo Center
3 November 1997 Detroit Fox Theatre
5 November 1997 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
6 November 1997 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
7 November 1997
8 November 1997 Syracuse United States Landmark Theatre
9 November 1997 Poughkeepsie Mid-Hudson Civic Center
10 November 1997 Buffalo Shea's Performing Arts Center
12 November 1997 Cleveland Cleveland Music Hall
13 November 1997 Merrillville Star Plaza Theatre
14 November 1997 Rosemont Rosemont Theater
15 November 1997 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
18 November 1997 Minneapolis State Theatre
20 November 1997 Indianapolis Murat Centre
21 November 1997 Louisville Palace Theatre
22 November 1997 Cincinnati Taft Theatre
23 November 1997 Columbus Veterans Memorial Auditorium
25 November 1997 St. Louis Fox Theatre
26 November 1997 Tulsa Brady Theater
28 November 1997 Dallas Bronco Bowl
29 November 1997 Houston Aerial Theater
30 November 1997 San Antonio Majestic Theatre
2 December 1997 Denver Buell Theater
5 December 1997 Phoenix Union Hall
6 December 1997 Las Vegas The Joint
7 December 1997 Universal City Universal Amphitheatre
8 December 1997 Fresno Saroyan Theater
9 December 1997 San Diego San Diego Civic Theater
11 December 1997 Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
12 December 1997 San Francisco Warfield Theatre
13 December 1997
14 December 1997 San Jose American Musical Theatre
16 December 1997 Santa Barbara Arlington Theater
2 January 1998 Portland Aladdin Theater
3 January 1998 Seattle Paramount Theater
4 January 1998
5 January 1998 Vancouver Canada Queen Elizabeth Theater
6 January 1998
8 January 1998 Edmonton Jubilee Auditorium
9 January 1998 Calgary Singer Concert Hall
11 January 1998 Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium
12 January 1998 Regina Regina Arts Center
14 January 1998 Winnipeg Walker Theater
16 January 1998 Montreal St Denis Theater
17 January 1998 Quebec City Grand Theater
Europe
26 February 1998 Manchester England Apollo Theatre
27 February 1998 Newcastle Newcastle City Hall
28 February 1998 Glasgow Scotland Clyde Auditorium
1 March 1998 Nottingham England Royal Concert Hall
3 March 1998 Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre
4 March 1998 London Hammersmith Odeon
5 March 1998
6 March 1998 Paris France Palais des Congrès
7 March 1998 Fnac Opéra (first Yes in-store (intimate) live performance)
8 March 1998 Utrecht Netherlands Muzickcentrum Vredenburg
9 March 1998
10 March 1998 Frankfurt Germany Jahrhunderthalle Hoechst
11 March 1998 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
13 March 1998 Zurich Switzerland Kongresshaus Zurich
14 March 1998 Milan Italy Teatro Lirico
16 March 1998 Berlin Germany Internationales Congress Centrum Berlins
17 March 1998 Dresden Kulturpalast Dresden
18 March 1998 Mannheim Mozartsaal Im Rosengarten
20 March 1998 Stuttgart Liederhalle
21 March 1998 Halle Steintor Variete
22 March 1998 Hamburg Halle
23 March 1998 Hanover Musikhalle Hanover
24 March 1998 Bayreuth Oberfrankenhalle
26 March 1998 Warsaw Poland Sala Kongresowa
27 March 1998 Katowice Spodek Hall
28 March 1998 Prague Czech Republic Mala Sportovni Hala
29 March 1998 Poznań Poland Sala Arena
31 March 1998 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sportcsarnok
1 April 1998 Trieste Italy Palasport Di Chiarbola
2 April 1998 Vienna Austria Musik Hall Libro
3 April 1998 Munich Germany Circus Krone
4 April 1998 Ravensburg Oberschwabben Hall
6 April 1998 Brussels Belgium Vorst Nationaal
7 April 1998 Lille France Zénith de Lille
8 April 1998 Differdange Luxembourg Halle Des Sports De Differdange
10 April 1998 Groningen Netherlands Martinihal
11 April 1998 Eindhoven Muzickcentrum Frits Philips
13 April 1998 Birmingham England Symphony Hall
14 April 1998 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
15 April 1998 Plymouth England Plymouth Pavilion
16 April 1998 Birmingham Symphony Hall
17 April 1998 Edinburgh Scotland Playhouse Theatre
19 April 1998 Liverpool England Empire Theatre
20 April 1998 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
21 April 1998 Brighton Brighton Dome
22 April 1998 Croydon Fairfield Hall
24 April 1998 London Hammersmith Odeon
South America
7 May 1998 São Paulo Brazil Olímpia
8 May 1998
9 May 1998
10 May 1998 Belo Horizonte Area De Estacionamento Do Shopping
12 May 1998 Rio de Janeiro Metropolitan
14 May 1998 Buenos Aires Argentina Obras Sanitarias Stadium
15 May 1998
16 May 1998
19 May 1998 Porto Alegre Brazil Bar Opiniao
20 May 1998 Curitiba Cutiriba Forum
21 May 1998 Santiago Chile Monumental El Teatro
25 May 1998 Mexico City Mexico National Auditorium
26 May 1998
28 May 1998 Monterrey El Audirotio Coca-Cola
North America
18 June 1998 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheatre
19 June 1998 Montreal Parc Des Iles
20 June 1998 Quebec City Hippodrome de Quebec
22 June 1998 Virginia Beach United States Virginia Beach Amphitheatre
23 June 1998 Bristow Nissan Pavilion
24 June 1998 Pittsburgh IC Light Amphitheatre
26 June 1998 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
27 June 1998 Camden Sony Music Center
28 June 1998 Scranton Montage Mountain Amphitheater
29 June 1998 New York City Hard Rock Cafe
30 June 1998 Boston Harborlights Pavilion
1 July 1998 Wallingford Oakdale Theatre
2 July 1998 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheatre
4 July 1998 Canandaigua Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center
5 July 1998 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
6 July 1998 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
7 July 1998 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
9 July 1998 Tinley Park New World Music Theatre
10 July 1998 Walker Moondance Ranch Jam
11 July 1998 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheatre
12 July 1998 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
14 July 1998 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
15 July 1998 West Valley City E Center
17 July 1998 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
18 July 1998 Woodinville United States Chateau Ste. Michelle
20 July 1998 Reno Reno-Hilton Amphitheater
21 July 1998 Concord Concord Pavilion
22 July 1998 San Diego Open Air Theatre
24 July 1998 Universal City Universal Amphitheatre
25 July 1998 Las Vegas The Joint
26 July 1998 Phoenix Desert Sky Pavilion
27 July 1998 El Paso Chavez Theatre
28 July 1998 Santa Fe Paolo Soleri Amphitheatre
30 July 1998 Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre
31 July 1998 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
1 August 1998 Bee Cave The Backyard
2 August 1998 San Antonio Municipal Auditorium
4 August 1998 Memphis Mud Island Amphitheatre
5 August 1998 Nashville Starwood Amphitheatre
6 August 1998 Atlanta Chastain Park
7 August 1998 Tampa Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center
8 August 1998 West Palm Beach Coral Sky Amphitheatre
Asia
8 October 1998 Tokyo Japan Shibuya Koukaidou
9 October 1998
11 October 1998 Kawaguchi Kawaguchi LILIA Main Hall
13 October 1998 Nagoya Nagoya-shi Koukaido
14 October 1998 Osaka Kouseinennkin Kaikan

The Ladder Tour[edit]

The Ladder Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Europe, South America
Associated album The Ladder
Start date 6 September 1999
End date 25 March 2000
Legs 3
No. of shows 83 (87 scheduled)

Lineup:

plus:

Setlist:[10]

  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "America" (Simon) (Dropped after 24 September 1999)
  • "Time and a Word" (excerpt) (Anderson, Foster)
  • "Homeworld (The Ladder)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev)
  • "Perpetual Change" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Lightning Strikes" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev)
  • "New Language" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev) (replaced by "The Messenger" starting 23 October 1999)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (excerpt) (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford) (Added on 16 September 1999)
  • "It Will Be a Good Day (The River)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev)
  • "Face to Face" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev) (added on 15 October 1999)
  • "Hearts" (Anderson, Rabin, Kaye, Squire, White) (Dropped after 4 March 2000)
  • "Nine Voices (Longwalker)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev) (dropped after 9 November 1999)
  • "Awaken" (Anderson, Howe) (Added on 15 October 1999)
  • "To Be Alive (Hep Yadda)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev) (dropped after 12 September 1999)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • Steve Howe solo section (Howe)
  • "Cinema" (Rabin, Squire, White, Kaye) (Added on 15 October 1999)
  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Anderson, Rabin, Squire, Horn)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)

Also occasionally played were:

  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe) (Played on 18, 21, 22, 24 September 1999 and 29, 30, 31 October 1999)
  • "Leaves of Green" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White) (Played on 15 October 1999 and 19 October 1999)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" (Anderson) (Played on 6, 16, 18, 21, and 22 September 1999 and 23, 25 March 2000)
  • "Soon" (Anderson) (Played on 6 September 1999)
  • "Survival" (Played on 12 September 1999)
Date City Country Venue
South America
6 September 1999 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Canecão
8 September 1999 São Paulo Olímpia
9 September 1999
12 September 1999 Buenos Aires Argentina Stadium De Luna Park
14 September 1999 Santiago Chile Estadio Chile
16 September 1999 Lima Peru Muello Uno
18 September 1999 San Pedro Costa Rica Planet Mall
21 September 1999 Caracas Venezuela Teresa Carreño Cultural Complex
22 September 1999
24 September 1999 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes
North America
15 October 1999 North Myrtle Beach United States House of Blues
16 October 1999 Atlanta The Tabernacle
18 October 1999 Tampa The David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts
19 October 1999
21 October 1999 Sunrise Sunrise Musical Theatre
22 October 1999 Lake Buena Vista House of Blues
23 October 1999 Jacksonville Florida Theatre
25 October 1999 New Orleans House of Blues
26 October 1999 Houston Aerial Theater
29 October 1999 Phoenix Union Hall
30 October 1999 Anaheim Sun Theatre
31 October 1999 Las Vegas House of Blues
2 November 1999 West Hollywood
3 November 1999
4 November 1999
6 November 1999 San Francisco Warfield Theatre
7 November 1999
9 November 1999 Seattle Paramount Theatre
12 November 1999 Minneapolis Orpheum Theatre
13 November 1999 Milwaukee Milwaukee Auditorium
15 November 1999 Chicago Riviera Theatre
16 November 1999
17 November 1999
19 November 1999 Royal Oak Royal Oak Music Theatre
20 November 1999 Toledo SeaGate Convention Centre
21 November 1999 Cincinnati Taft Theatre
23 November 1999 Rochester Rochester Auditorium
24 November 1999 Cleveland Agora Theatre
26 November 1999 New Brunswick State Theatre
27 November 1999 Ledyard Fox Theatre
28 November 1999 Wallingford Oakdale Theatre
30 November 1999 Wilkes-Barre The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
1 December 1999 Pittsburgh A. J. Palumbo Center
2 December 1999 Mount Pleasant Soaring Eagle Casino
4 December 1999 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
5 December 1999 Montreal Métropolis
7 December 1999 New York City United States Beacon Theatre
8 December 1999
9 December 1999
11 December 1999 Boston Orpheum Theatre
12 December 1999 Upper Darby Tower Theatre
13 December 1999
Europe
6 February 2000 Dublin Ireland National Concert Hall
7 February 2000 Birmingham England Symphony Hall
8 February 2000
10 February 2000 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
11 February 2000 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
12 February 2000 Bournemouth England Bournemouth International Centre
13 February 2000 Manchester Apollo Theatre
14 February 2000 Liverpool Empire Theatre
16 February 2000 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
17 February 2000 Glasgow Scotland Clyde Auditorium
19 February 2000 London England Royal Albert Hall
20 February 2000
23 February 2000 Porto Portugal Coliseu do Porto
24 February 2000 Lisbon Atlántico Pavilhao Multiusos
25 February 2000 Madrid Spain La Riviera
26 February 2000 Barcelona El Teatro De Zeleste
28 February 2000 Paris France L'Olympia
29 February 2000 Brussels Belgium Vorst Nationaal
1 March 2000 Utrecht Netherlands Muzickcentrum Vredenburg
2 March 2000
4 March 2000 Bologna Italy Palasavena
5 March 2000 Sull'Oglio Pala-Us
6 March 2000 Milan Forum di Assago
7 March 2000 Florence Verdi Theater
9 March 2000 Zurich Switzerland Kongresshaus Zurich
11 March 2000 Offenbach am Main Germany Stadhalle
12 March 2000 Cologne Palladium Koln
13 March 2000 Stuttgart Kultur Und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle
15 March 2000 Leipzig Das Haus Auensee
16 March 2000 Berlin Columbia-Halle
17 March 2000 Furth Stadttheater Furth
19 March 2000 Vienna Austria Musik Hall Libro
20 March 2000 Ljubljana Slovenia Hala Tivoli
23 March 2000 Sofia Bulgaria Winter Palace of Sports
25 March 2000 Bucharest Romania Sala Polivalenta

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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