List of Yes concert tours (2000s–10s)

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

The band's 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.

Masterworks Tour[edit]

Masterworks Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America
Start date 20 June 2000
End date 4 August 2000
Legs 1
No. of shows 30

Setlist:[1]

  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe)
  • "The Gates of Delirium" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Moraz)
  • "Leaves of Green" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire) (Added on 21 June 2000)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
Date City Country Venue
20 June 2000 Reno United States Reno-Hilton Amphitheater
21 June 2000 Concord Chronicle Pavilion
23 June 2000 Universal City Universal Amphitheatre
24 June 2000 San Bernardino Blockbuster Pavilion
25 June 2000 Phoenix Desert Sky Pavilion
27 June 2000 Albuquerque Mesa del Sol Amphitheater
28 June 2000 Denver Fillmore Auditorium
30 June 2000 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre
1 July 2000 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheater
2 July 2000 Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre
5 July 2000 Burgettstown Star Lake Amphitheatre
6 July 2000 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
7 July 2000 Columbus Polaris Amphitheater
8 July 2000 Chicago Grant Park
11 July 2000 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
15 July 2000 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheatre
16 July 2000 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
18 July 2000 Camden Sony Music Center
19 July 2000 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
21 July 2000 Boston FleetBoston Pavilion
22 July 2000 Hartford Meadows Music Theatre
23 July 2000 Bristow Nissan Pavilion
25 July 2000 Virginia Beach Virginia Beach Amphitheatre
27 July 2000 Raleigh Alltel Pavilion
28 July 2000 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion
29 July 2000 Nashville AmSouth Amphitheatre
30 July 2000 Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheater
1 August 2000 West Palm Beach Mars Music Amphitheatre
3 August 2000 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
4 August 2000 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center

Magnification Tour[edit]

Magnification Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Europe
Associated album Magnification
Start date 22 July 2001
End date 13 December 2001
Legs 2
No. of shows 69

Setlist:[2]

  • "Give Love Each Day" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" (Anderson)
  • "Don't Go" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White)
  • "In the Presence Of" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White)
  • "The Gates of Delirium" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Moraz)
  • "Wonderous Stories" (Anderson) (Dropped after 29 August 2001)
  • "Perpetual Change" (Anderson, Squire) (Dropped after 27 October 2001)
  • "Steve Howe solo section" (Howe) (Added on 30 July 2001)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe)
  • "Magnification" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White) (Added on 19 November 2001)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)

"Owner Of A Lonely Heart" was also occasionally played.

Date City Country Venue
North America
22 July 2001 Reno United States Silver Legacy Resort Casino
25 July 2001 San Diego Navy Pier
26 July 2001 Henderson Sunset Station
28 July 2001 Kelseyville Konocti Field Amphitheater
30 July 2001 Los Angeles Hollywood Bowl
31 July 2001 Concord Chronicle Pavilion
2 August 2001 Vancouver Canada Queen Elizabeth Theatre
3 August 2001 Woodinville United States Chateau Ste. Michelle
5 August 2001 Greenwood Village Coors Amphitheatre
7 August 2001 Minneapolis State Theatre
8 August 2001 Chicago Arie Crown Theater
10 August 2001 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
11 August 2001 Columbus Palace Theatre
12 August 2001 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
14 August 2001 Interlochen Interlochen Center for the Arts
15 August 2001 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
16 August 2001 Kettering Fraze Pavilion
18 August 2001 Atlanta Chastain Park
19 August 2001 Portsmouth Harbor Center
21 August 2001 Philadelphia Mann Center for the Performing Arts
22 August 2001 Lewiston Earl W. Brydges Artpark
24 August 2001 Vienna Filene Center
25 August 2001 Uncasville Uncas Pavilion
26 August 2001 Quebec City Canada Colisée Pepsi
28 August 2001 Toronto Molson Amphitheatre
29 August 2001 Montreal Molson Center
31 August 2001 Boston United States FleetBoston Pavilion
1 September 2001 Wallingford Oakdale Theatre
2 September 2001 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
3 September 2001 Danbury The Charles Ives Center for the Arts
6 September 2001 Holmdel Township PNC Bank Arts Center
7 September 2001 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheatre
8 September 2001 New York City Radio City Music Hall
Europe
25 October 2001 Vienna Austria Musik Hall Libro
26 October 2001 Katowice Poland Spodek
27 October 2001 Warsaw Torwar Hall
29 October 2001 Riga Latvia Kipsala Hall
31 October 2001 Moscow Russia State Kremlin Palace
2 November 2001 Tallinn Estonia Tallinn Spordihall
3 November 2001 Saint Petersburg Russia Ice Palace
4 November 2001 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
6 November 2001 Stockholm Sweden The Circus
7 November 2001 Oslo Norway Oslo Konserthus
9 November 2001 Berlin Germany Internationales Congress Centrum Berlin
10 November 2001 Leipzig Gewandhaus zu Leipzig
11 November 2001 Prague Czech Republic Industrial Palace
13 November 2001 Stuttgart Germany Kultur Und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle
14 November 2001 Frankfurt Alte Oper
16 November 2001 Zurich Switzerland Kongresshaus Zurich
17 November 2001 Milan Italy Palavobis
19 November 2001 Hamburg Germany Halle
20 November 2001 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
21 November 2001 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
22 November 2001
24 November 2001 Antwerp Belgium Antwerpen Sportspaleis
25 November 2001 Roubaix France Parvis du Colise
26 November 2001 Paris L'Olympia
28 November 2001 Manchester England Apollo Theatre
29 November 2001 Dublin Ireland Point Depot
1 December 2001 Brighton England Brighton Centre
2 December 2001 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
4 December 2001 London Hammersmith Odeon
5 December 2001
7 December 2001 Cardiff Wales St David's Hall
8 December 2001 Nottingham England Royal Concert Hall
9 December 2001 Glasgow Scotland Clyde Auditorium
11 December 2001 Sheffield England Sheffield City Hall
12 December 2001 Newcastle Newcastle City Hall
13 December 2001 Manchester Apollo Theatre

Full Circle Tour[edit]

Full Circle Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Europe, Asia
Start date 16 July 2002
End date 4 October 2003
Legs 4
No. of shows 99 (100 scheduled)

Setlist:[3]

  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "Magnification" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White)
  • "America" (Simon) (Dropped after 25 August 2002)
  • "Don't Kill the Whale" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "In the Presence Of" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White)
  • "We Have Heaven" (Anderson)
  • "South Side of the Sky" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White) (Dropped after 25 August 2002)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe) (Played from 24 October 2002 to 8 December 2002)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford) (Dropped from 31 October 2002 to 3 June 2003)
  • Steve Howe solo section (Howe)
  • "Show Me" (Anderson)
  • Wakeman solo (Wakeman)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Long Distance Runaround / Whitefish" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Awaken" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire) (Added on 24 June 2003)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe) (Dropped between 12 November 2002 and 3 June 2003)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford) (Dropped after 25 August 2002)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe) (Added on 24 October 2002)

Also occasionally played were:

  • "Nine Voices (Longwalker)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev) (Played on 21 November 2002)
  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Anderson, Rabin, Squire, Horn) (Played on 15, 16, and 27 September 2003)
Date City Country Venue
North America
16 July 2002 Kirkland United States Kirkland Performance Center
17 July 2002 Seattle Paramount Theater
19 July 2002 Kelseyville Konocti Field Amphitheater
20 July 2002 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
22 July 2002 Denver City Lights Pavilion
23 July 2002 Bonner Springs Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
25 July 2002 Maryland Heights UMB Bank Pavilion
26 July 2002 Chicago Chicago Theatre
27 July 2002 Detroit Fox Theater
29 July 2002 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
31 July 2002 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheater
2 August 2002 Mansfield United States Tweeter Center
3 August 2002 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheater
5 August 2002 New York City Radio City Music Hall
6 August 2002 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
8 August 2002 Camden Tweeter Center
9 August 2002 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
10 August 2002 Tampa USF Sun Dome
11 August 2002 West Palm Beach Mars Music Amphitheater
13 August 2002 Atlanta HiFi Buys Amphitheatre
15 August 2002 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
16 August 2002 Bee Cave The Backyard
17 August 2002 Dallas Smirnoff Music Centre
20 August 2002 Santa Fe Paolo Soleri Amphitheatre
21 August 2002 Phoenix Cricket Pavilion
23 August 2002 Universal City Universal Amphitheater
24 August 2002 Las Vegas Las Vegas Hilton
25 August 2002
North America
24 October 2002 Clearwater United States Ruth Eckerd Hall
25 October 2002 Atlanta Chastain Park
27 October 2002 South Bend Morris Performing Arts Center
28 October 2002 Columbus Value City Arena
30 October 2002 Fort Wayne Embassy Theatre
31 October 2002 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
2 November 2002 Wallingford Oakdale Theatre
4 November 2002 Albany Pepsi Arena
5 November 2002 Rochester Blue Cross Arena
7 November 2002 Durham Whittemore Center Arena
8 November 2002 Upper Darby Tower Theater
9 November 2002
11 November 2002 Newark New Jersey Performing Arts Center
12 November 2002 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
15 November 2002 Akron Akron Civic Theater
16 November 2002 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
17 November 2002 Ottawa Corel Centre
19 November 2002 Madison United States Alliant Energy Center
21 November 2002 Chicago Chicago Theatre
22 November 2002 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
23 November 2002 Minneapolis Orpheum Theater
26 November 2002 Spokane Star Theater
27 November 2002 Seattle Benaroya Hall
29 November 2002 Stateline Caesars Tahoe
30 November 2002 Cupertino Flint Center
2 December 2002 San Diego Copley Symphony Hall
3 December 2002 Las Vegas Hard Rock Cafe
5 December 2002 Universal City Universal Amphitheater
8 December 2002 Mexico City Mexico National Auditorium
Europe
3 June 2003 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
5 June 2003 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
6 June 2003 Nottingham England Royal Concert Hall
8 June 2003 Sölvesborg Sweden Sweden Rock Festival
10 June 2003 Hamburg Germany Hamburg Stadpark
11 June 2003 Berlin Tempodrom
12 June 2003 Leipzig Leipzig Parkbuhne
14 June 2003 Dresden Dresden Garde
15 June 2003 Warsaw Poland Sala Kongresowa
17 June 2003 Prague Czech Republic T-Mobile Arena
18 June 2003 Budapest Hungary Arena
20 June 2003 Stuttgart Germany Messekongress
21 June 2003 Mainz Rheingoldhalle
22 June 2003 Brussels Belgium Cirque Royal
24 June 2003 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
25 June 2003 Hanover Germany Hanover Parkbuhne
28 June 2003 Paris France Palais des Congrès de Paris
29 June 2003 Glastonbury England Glastonbury Festival
1 July 2003 London Hammersmith Odeon
2 July 2003
3 July 2003 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
5 July 2003 Liverpool Liverpool Kings Dock
6 July 2003 Edinburgh Scotland Playhouse Theatre
8 July 2003 Bonn Germany Museumsplatz der Kunst
9 July 2003 Munich Tollwood Festival
11 July 2003 Rome Italy Centrale del tennis
12 July 2003 Vado Ligure Chittolina Stadio
14 July 2003 Montreux Switzerland Montreux Festival
15 July 2003 Singen Germany Hohentwiel
17 July 2003 London England Hyde Park
19 July 2003 Barcelona Spain Razzmatazz
21 July 2003 Estepona Plaza de Toros
22 July 2003 Madrid Patio Central Cuartel Conde Duque
Pacific Rim/North America
12 September 2003 Osaka Japan Kouseinennkin Kaikan
14 September 2003 Tokyo International Forum Hall
15 September 2003
16 September 2003 Yokohama Kanagawa Kenmin Hall
19 September 2003 Melbourne Australia Vodafone Arena
20 September 2003 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
23 September 2003 Perth Burswood Theatre
25 September 2003 Singapore Singapore Suntec City Hall
27 September 2003 Honolulu United States Neal S. Blaisdell Arena
4 October 2003 Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

35th Anniversary Tour[edit]

35th Anniversary Tour
World tour by Yes
Location North America, Europe
Start date 15 April 2004
End date 22 September 2004
Legs 3
No. of shows 64 (68 scheduled)

Setlist:[4]

  • "Going for the One" (Anderson)
  • "Sweet Dreams" (Anderson, Foster)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "America" (Simon) (Added starting on 20 August 2004)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe) (Played from 20 August 2004 to 31 August 2004)
  • "Mind Drive" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White) (Dropped after 22 August 2004)
  • "South Side of the Sky" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Turn of the Century" (Anderson, Howe, White) (Dropped after 23 June 2004)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "The Meeting" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman, Bruford) (Dropped after 23 June 2004)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" (Anderson)
  • "Wonderous Stories" (Anderson)
  • "Time Is Time" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White) (Dropped after 23 June 2004)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Show Me" (Anderson) (Dropped after 23 June 2004)
  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Anderson, Rabin, Squire, Horn) (Added on 10 May 2004)
  • Steve Howe solo section (Howe)
  • "Rhythm of Love" (Kaye, Rabin, Squire, Anderson; Anderson, Howe) (Replaced by "Awaken" on 17 August 2004)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White) (Dropped after 23 June 2004)
  • "Every Little Thing" (Lennon-McCartney) (Dropped after 15 May 2004)
  • "Soon" (Anderson) (Dropped after 13 May 2004)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe) (Added on 12 May 2004)

Also occasionally played were:

  • "Don't Kill the Whale" (Anderson, Squire) (Played on 27 August 2004, 28 August 2004, 2 September 2004, and 3 September 2004)
  • "Time and a Word" (Anderson, Foster) (Played on 11 September 2004)
  • Wakeman solo/"Morning has Broken" (Wakeman) (Played on 11 July 2004)
  • "Whitefish" (White, Squire) (Played on 13 June 2004, 7 July 2004, 8 July 2004, 10 July 2004, and 12 July 2004)
  • "Nine Voices (Longwalker)" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Sherwood, Khoroshev) (Played on 15 April 2004, 4 May 2004, and 11 July 2004)
Date City Country Venue
North America
15 April 2004 Seattle United States KeyArena
17 April 2004 San Jose HP Pavilion
18 April 2004 San Diego Cox Arena
20 April 2004 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond
21 April 2004 Paradise Mandalay Bay Events Center
24 April 2004 Mexico City Mexico Metropolitan Theatre
27 April 2004 Greensboro United States Greensboro Coliseum
28 April 2004 Atlanta Philips Arena
30 April 2004 Sunrise Office Depot Center
2 May 2004 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
4 May 2004 Rosemont Allstate Arena
5 May 2004 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
7 May 2004 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
8 May 2004 Auburn Hills United States The Palace of Auburn Hills
10 May 2004 Philadelphia The Spectrum
12 May 2004 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
13 May 2004 New York City Madison Square Garden
15 May 2004 Lowell Paul E. Tsongas Arena
Europe
2 June 2004 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Ice Hall
4 June 2004 Stockholm Sweden Globe Arena
5 June 2004 Oslo Norway Spektrum
7 June 2004 Warsaw Poland Sala Kongresowa
8 June 2004 Prague Czech Republic Sazka Arena
10 June 2004 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
11 June 2004 Karlsruhe Europahalle
12 June 2004 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
13 June 2004 Lichtenvoorde Netherlands Arrow Rock Festival
15 June 2004 Antwerp Belgium Koningin Elisabethzaal
16 June 2004 London England Wembley Arena
18 June 2004 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre
19 June 2004 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
20 June 2004 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
22 June 2004 Paris France Le Zénith
23 June 2004 Frankfurt Germany Jahrhunderthalle Hoechst
28 June 2004 Lisbon Portugal Coliseu Dos Recrieros
29 June 2004 Madrid Spain La Riviera
30 June 2004 Barcelona Razzmatazz
2 July 2004 Voghera Italy Piazza del Duomo
5 July 2004 Cagliari Sardegna
7 July 2004 Brescia Pala Brescia
8 July 2004 Lugano Switzerland Switzerland Lugano Estival Jazz
10 July 2004 Devon England Powderham Castle
11 July 2004 Oxford New Theatre
12 July 2004 Braintree Towerlands Indoor Arena
14 July 2004 Istanbul Turkey Istanbul Jazz Festival
North America
17 August 2004 Quebec City Canada L'Agora Du Vieux Port
18 August 2004 Montreal Bell Centre
20 August 2004 Atlantic City United States The Borgata
21 August 2004
22 August 2004 Hartford Meadows Music Theater
24 August 2004 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
25 August 2004 Bristow Jiffy Lube Live
27 August 2004 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
28 August 2004 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheater
30 August 2004 London Canada John Labatt Centre
31 August 2004 Niagara Falls United States Conference Center
2 September 2004 Syracuse Great New York State Fair
3 September 2004 Allentown Allentown Fairgrounds
4 September 2004 Essex Junction Champlain Valley Exposition
7 September 2004 Minneapolis Target Center
8 September 2004 Merrillville Star Plaza Theatre
10 September 2004 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
11 September 2004 Loveland Budweiser Events Center
13 September 2004 Albuquerque Sandia Casino
14 September 2004 Mesa Mesa Amphitheatre
16 September 2004 Alpine Viejas Arena
17 September 2004 Concord Concord Pavilion
19 September 2004 Universal City Universal Amphitheater
22 September 2004 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey

A Yes consisting of Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Alan White, Trevor Rabin and Geoff Downes (with Trevor Horn on backing vocals) appeared as one of several acts at the November 2004 "Produced By Trevor Horn: A Concert For The Prince's Trust" at Wembley Arena in London. They performed "Cinema" and "Owner of a Lonely Heart".[5]

Close to the Edge and Back (40th Anniversary) Tour[edit]

In 2007, the band planned summer 2008 dates as the Close to the Edge and Back tour, with Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe and Alan White being joined by Oliver Wakeman on keyboards, as a replacement for (as suggested by) his father, Rick Wakeman. However, Anderson suffered acute respiratory failure before the tour, which had to be cancelled. With Anderson out of action recuperating, Squire, Howe and White went on tour with Oliver Wakeman and replacement vocalist Benoît David (from Canadian band Mystery).

In the Present Tour[edit]

An initial tour leg started on 12 February 2009 was cut short when Squire suffered a medical emergency.

Date City Country Venue
North America leg #1
(as "Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White of Yes")
4 November 2008 Hamilton Canada Hamilton Place Theatre
5 November 2008 Toronto Massey Hall
7 November 2008 Hampton Beach United States Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
8 November 2008 Williamsport Williamsport Community Arts Center
9 November 2008 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
11 November 2008 Hershey Hersheypark Arena
12 November 2008 Columbus Lifestyle Communities Pavilion
14 November 2008 New York City Hammerstein Ballroom
15 November 2008 Asbury Park Paramount Theatre
16 November 2008 Baltimore Ram's Head Live!
18 November 2008 Reading Sovereign Center
19 November 2008 Richmond The National
21 November 2008 Atlantic City Borgata Events Center
22 November 2008 Westbury Capital One Bank Theater
23 November 2008 Albany Times Union Center
25 November 2008 Cleveland House of Blues
26 November 2008 Detroit The Fillmore Detroit
28 November 2008 Cincinnati Taft Theatre
29 November 2008 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
30 November 2008 Bloomington U.S. Cellular Coliseum
2 December 2008 St. Louis The Pageant
3 December 2008 Chicago Chicago Theatre
5 December 2008 Greensboro Carolina Theatre
6 December 2008 North Myrtle Beach House of Blues
7 December 2008 Atlanta The Tabernacle
9 December 2008 Louisville The Louisville Palace
10 December 2008 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
12 December 2008 Biloxi Beau Rivage Casino
14 December 2008 Orlando Hard Rock Cafe
15 December 2008 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
17 December 2008 Hollywood Hard Rock Live
North America leg #2
(aborted)
5 February 2009 Mexico City Mexico Teatro Metropólitan
6 February 2009
9 February 2009 Houston United States House of Blues
10 February 2009 Dallas House of Blues
North America leg #3
(Support act: Asia with Howe playing in both Asia's and Yes' sets)
26 June 2009 Indio United States Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
27 June 2009 Paradise Thomas & Mack Center
30 June 2009 Snoqualmie Snoqualmie Casino Events Center
2 July 2009 San Francisco The Warfield
3 July 2009 Saratoga Mountain Winery
5 July 2009 Anaheim House of Blues
7 July 2009 Universal City Gibson Amphitheatre
8 July 2009 San Diego Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay
9 July 2009 Phoenix Dodge Theatre
12 July 2009 Denver Paramount Theatre
14 July 2009 Kansas City Uptown Theater
15 July 2009 Fort Worth Bass Performance Hall
16 July 2009 Muskogee Muskogee Civic Center
18 July 2009 Walker Moondance Ranch Jam
20 July 2009 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
21 July 2009 Pittsburgh Chevrolet Amphitheatre
22 July 2009 Glen Allen Innsbrook Pavilion
23 July 2009 National Harbor Sunset Concerts
25 July 2009 Cohasset South Shore Music Circus
26 July 2009 Jackson North Star Arena
28 July 2009 Upper Darby Tower Theater
29 July 2009 Montclair Wellmont Theatre
31 July 2009 Westbury Westbury Music Fair
1 August 2009 Jamestown Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena
2 August 2009 Bethlehem Sands RiverPlace
Europe
29 October 2009 Olomouc Czech Republic University Palacheko
30 October 2009 Katowice Poland Spodek Hall
31 October 2009 Bratislava Slovakia Sport Hall Pasienky
2 November 2009 Vicenza Italy Teatro Comunale
4 November 2009 Rome Teatro Tenda Strisce
6 November 2009 Milan Teatro Degli Arcimboldi
7 November 2009 Hamburg Germany Jako Arena
8 November 2009 Karlsruhe Schwarzwaldhalle
10 November 2009 Antwerp Belgium Koningin Elisabethzaal
11 November 2009 Paris France L'Olympia
12 November 2009 Nantes Cité des Congrès
14 November 2009 Heerhugowaard Netherlands De Waerdse Tempel
16 November 2009 Birmingham England Birmingham Symphony Hall
17 November 2009 London Hammersmith Apollo
19 November 2009 Edinburgh Scotland Usher Hall
20 November 2009 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall
22 November 2009 Manchester Apollo Theatre
23 November 2009 Bristol Colston Hall
25 November 2009 Belfast Northern Ireland Waterfront
26 November 2009 Dublin Ireland Olympia Theatre
29 November 2009 Rouen France Zénith de Rouen
1 December 2009 Lyon Bourse du Travail
3 December 2009 Braunschweig Germany Stadthalle
4 December 2009 Kempten Big Box
5 December 2009 Erfurt Messehalle
7 December 2009 Munich Gasteig Philharmonie
8 December 2009 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
10 December 2009 Copenhagen Denmark Amager Bio
11 December 2009 Oslo Norway OsloSentrum Scene
12 December 2009 Gothenburg Sweden Liseberghallen
North America Leg #4
2 February 2010 Poughkeepsie United States Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4 February 2010 Concord Capitol Center for the Arts
5 February 2010 Jim Thorpe Penn's Peak
6 February 2010 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
rescheduled on 15 February 2010
8 February 2010 Northampton Calvin Theater
9 February 2010 Boston House of Blues
10 February 2010 Montclair Wellmont Theatre
rescheduled on 16 February 2010
12 February 2010 Atlantic City Tropicana Casino and Resort
13 February 2010 New York City The Town Hall
14 February 2010
15 February 2010 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
16 February 2010 Montclair Wellmont Theatre
17 February 2010 Cleveland House of Blues
rescheduled on 21 February 2010
18 February 2010 Chicago House of Blues
19 February 2010
20 February 2010 Detroit MotorCity Casino Hotel
21 February 2010 Cleveland House of Blues
23 February 2010 Dallas House of Blues
24 February 2010 Houston House of Blues
25 February 2010 New Orleans House of Blues
27 February 2010 Orlando SeaWorld Orlando
(free with admission)
28 February 2010 Boca Raton Sunset Cove Amphitheater
6 April 2010 Zacatecas City Mexico Plaza de Armas
North America leg #5
(with Peter Frampton)
8 June 2010 West Palm Beach United States Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
9 June 2010 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
11 June 2010 Biloxi Beau Rivage Theatre
12 June 2010 Tunica Harrah's Casino Tunica
15 June 2010 Upper Darby Tower Theater
16 June 2010 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
18 June 2010 Bethel Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
20 June 2010 Washington Meadows Racetrack and Casino
23 June 2010 Vienna Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts
24 June 2010 Baltimore Pier Six Concert Pavilion
25 June 2010 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
26 June 2010 Wantagh Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
29 June 2010 Big Flats Tag's Summer Stage
30 June 2010 Canandaigua Constellation Brands – Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center
4 July 2010 Cincinnati A Taste of Blue Ash
9 July 2010 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
10 July 2010 Valley Center Harrah's Rincon-Open Sky Theater
11 July 2010 Saratoga Mountain Winery
13 July 2010 Santa Rosa Wells Fargo Center for the Arts
15 July 2010 Snoqualmie Snoqualmie Casino Events Center
South America
17 November 2010 Caracas Venezuela Sambil
19 November 2010 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
21 November 2010 Rosario Teatro Broadway
23 November 2010 Córdoba Superdomo Orfeo
25 November 2010 Santiago Chile Teatro Caupolicán
27 November 2010 Florianópolis Brazil Floripa Music Hall
28 November 2010 São Paulo HSBC Hall
1 December 2010 Asunción Paraguay Teatro BCP
3 December 2010 Buenos Aires Argentina Teatro Gran Rex
4 December 2010 Mendoza Auditorio Angel Bustelo

Rite of Spring and Fly From Here Tours 2011–2012[edit]

Oliver Wakeman on keyboards up to May 2011; Geoff Downes took over from July 2011 onwards. Jon Davison took over on vocals for 2012 onwards.

Date City Country Venue
U.S. "Rite of Spring" Tour
6 March 2011 Houston United States House of Blues
7 March 2011 Dallas
9 March 2011 New Orleans
11 March 2011 St. Petersburg Jannus Live
12 March 2011 Orlando WMMO Downtown Concerts
14 March 2011 Jacksonville Florida Theatre
15 March 2011 Fort Pierce Sunrise Theatre
18 March 2011 Chicago House of Blues
19 March 2011
20 March 2011 Grand Rapids Orbit Room
22 March 2011 Cleveland House of Blues
24 March 2011 Durham Durham Performing Arts Center
25 March 2011 Charlotte The Fillmore Charlotte
26 March 2011 Louisville Palace Theatre
29 March 2011 New Bedford Zeiterion Performing Arts Center
30 March 2011 Jim Thorpe Penn's Peak
1 April 2011 Hampton Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
2 April 2011 Atlantic City Tropicana Casino & Resort
4 April 2011 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
Mexico Spring 2011 Tour
28 May 2011 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey
30 May 2011 Mexico City Auditorio Nacional
U.S. "Fly from Here" Tour
In support of the new studio album "Fly from Here" (double-billed with Styx as co-headliner)
4 July 2011 Camden United States Susquehanna Bank Center
5 July 2011 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
7 July 2011 Canandaigua CMAC Performing Arts Center
8 July 2011 Mashantucket MGM Grand Theatre
9 July 2011 Gilford U.S. Cellular Pavilion
11 July 2011 Wantagh Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
12 July 2011 Bethel Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
14 July 2011 Alpharetta Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
15 July 2011 Orange Beach Amphitheater at the Wharf
16 July 2011 Nashville Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel
18 July 2011 Kansas City Starlight Theatre
19 July 2011 Noblesville Verizon Wireless Music Center
20 July 2011 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
22 July 2011 Thackerville WinStar Casino
23 July 2011 Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheater
24 July 2011 Maryland Heights Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
26 July 2011 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
28 July 2011 Boise Eagle River Pavilion
29 July 2011 Redmond Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
30 July 2011 Goldendale Maryhill Winery
2 August 2011 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
3 August 2011 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheater
4 August 2011 San Diego Humphrey's Concerts
("An Evening with Yes") (without Styx)
Europe Autumn 2011 Tour
3 November 2011 Lisbon Portugal Coliseu de Lisboa
5 November 2011 Barcelona Spain Sant Jordi Club
8 November 2011 Cambridge England Cambridge Corn Exchange
9 November 2011 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
11 November 2011 Birmingham Birmingham Symphony Hall
12 November 2011 Glasgow Scotland Clyde Auditorium
13 November 2011 Manchester England Manchester Apollo
15 November 2011 Brighton Brighton Dome
16 November 2011 Bristol Colston Hall
17 November 2011 London Hammersmith Apollo
19 November 2011 Paris France L'Olympia
20 November 2011 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
21 November 2011 Nijmegen Netherlands Vereeniging
23 November 2011 Zurich Switzerland Volkshaus
24 November 2011 Milan Italy Teatro Smeraldo
25 November 2011 Trieste Palazzetti de Chiarbola
27 November 2011 Vienna Austria Koncerthaus
29 November 2011 Dresden Germany
(the Oberhausen show was cancelled and replaced by the show on 2 December in Nuremberg)
Kulturpalast
30 November 2011 Stuttgart KKL Hegensaal
1 December 2011 Oberhausen[6] (cancelled) Konings-Pilsner Arena
2 December 2011 Nuremberg Meistersinger Hall
3 December 2011 Munich Tonhalle
4 December 2011 Bielefeld Ringlokschuppen
6 December 2011 Copenhagen Denmark Amager Bio
7 December 2011 Oslo Norway Sentrum Scene
9 December 2011 Stockholm Sweden Solnahallen
11 December 2011 Helsinki (cancelled) Finland The Circus
12 December 2011 Tallinn (cancelled) Estonia Nokia Kontserdimaja
15 December 2011 Moscow (cancelled) Russia Crocus City Hall
Asia-Pacific Spring 2012 Tour
Due to respiratory failure, lead singer Benoît David left Yes on early February 2012 and was immediately replaced by Jon Davison.[7]
Jon Davison made his live debut on stage two months later, starting from 1 April 2012.
1 April 2012 Auckland[8] New Zealand Vector Arena
5 April 2012 Perth[9] Australia Riverside Theatre
9 April 2012 Byron Bay[10] Byron Bay Bluesfest
11 April 2012 Melbourne[11] Palais Theatre
13 April 2012 Sydney[11] State Theatre
17 April 2012 Tokyo Japan Nihon Seinenkan
18 April 2012 Shibuya Kokaido[8]
19 April 2012
21 April 2012 Amagasaki[8] Archaic Hall
24 April 2012 Jakarta[8] Indonesia The Ritz-Carlton
27 April 2012 Honolulu[8] United States Blaisdell Concert Hall
29 April 2012 Kahului[8] Maui Arts & Cultural Center
Summer 2012 Tour[8]
(With special guest Procol Harum)
10 July 2012 Rama Canada Casino Rama Entertainment Centre[12]
13 July 2012 Atlantic City United States Tropicana Casino Resort
14 July 2012 Westbury Theatre at Westbury
15 July 2012 Englewood Bergen Performing Arts Center
17 July 2012 Lewiston Artpark Performing Arts Center
18 July 2012 Bethlehem Sands Bethlehem Event Center
20 July 2012 Upper Darby Tower Theatre
21 July 2012 Boston Bank of America Pavilion
22 July 2012 Morristown Mayo Performing Arts Center
24 July 2012 Munhall Carnegie Library Music Hall
25 July 2012 Raleigh Raleigh Amphitheater
27 July 2012 Boca Raton Mizner Park Amphitheatre
28 July 2012 St. Augustine St. Augustine Amphitheatre
29 July 2012 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
31 July 2012 Alpharetta Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
2 August 2012 Myrtle Beach House of Blues
3 August 2012 Portsmouth nTELOS Wireless Pavilion
4 August 2012 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
6 August 2012 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
7 August 2012 Rosemont Akoo Theatre
9 August 2012 Denver Paramount Theatre
10 August 2012 Salt Lake City The Complex
12 August 2012 Snoqualmie Snoqualmie Casino (Mountain View Plaza)
14 August 2012 San Jose San Jose Civic Auditorium
15 August 2012 Universal City Gibson Amphitheatre
17 August 2012 Scottsdale Talking Stick Resort Ballroom
18 August 2012 San Diego Humphreys Concerts By the Bay
19 August 2012 Las Vegas Pearl Concert Theatre
21 August 2012 Mexico City Mexico Pepsi Center

Three Album Tour 2013–2014[edit]

During the Three Album Tour, Yes were playing three classic albums a night: The Yes Album, Close to the Edge and Going for the One in full.[13][14] Only five shows performed in casinos (*) featured only two albums, The Yes Album and Close to the Edge (followed by "Roundabout" as the encore track), due to venue time restrictions.[15] The two shows performed during the "Cruise to the Edge" festival also featured only two albums but not the same couple of albums and not the same encore track. It was announced on Billy Sherwood's Facebook page that a DVD of the Three Album Tour was being made and that Sherwood was mixing it. The resulting album, entitled Like It Is: Yes at the Bristol Hippodrome, included The Yes Album and Going for the One and excluded the Close to the Edge album.

Typical Set List

Close to the Edge album:

  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Bowe, Bruford, Squire)
  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)

Going for the One album:

  • "Going for the One" (Anderson)
  • "Turn of the Century" (Anderson, Howe, White)
  • "Parallels" (Squire)
  • "Wonderous Stories" (Anderson)
  • "Awaken" (Anderson, Howe)

The Yes Album:

  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "Clap" (Howe)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Howe, Squire)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "A Venture" (Anderson)
  • "Perpetual Change" (Anderson, Squire)

Encore:

  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
Date City Country Venue
U.S. Spring Tour 2013
1 March 2013 West Wendover* United States Peppermill Concert Hall*
3 March 2013 Seattle Moore Theatre
5 March 2013 San Francisco The Warfield
6 March 2013 Los Angeles Orpheum Theatre
8 March 2013 Temecula Pechanga Theater
9 March 2013 Reno* Silver Legacy Casino*
10 March 2013 Monterey Golden State Theatre
12 March 2013 Aspen Belly Up Aspen
14 March 2013 Omaha Holland Performing Arts Center
16 March 2013 Hammond The Venue at Horseshoe Casino
17 March 2013 Louisville Palace Theatre
18 March 2013 Kansas City The Midland by AMC
20 March 2013 Austin Moody Theater
21 March 2013 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre
22 March 2013 Biloxi* Hard Rock Live *
24 March 2013 Hollywood* Seminole Hard Rock Live Arena*
25–30 March 2013 "Cruise to the Edge" Prog Rock Festival (aboard the MSC Poesia cruise ship):
Fort Lauderdale, FloridaGeorgetown, Grand CaymanOcho Rios, Jamaica → Fort Lauderdale, Florida[nb 1]
U.S. & Canada Spring Tour 2013 continuing
30 March 2013 Melbourne United States Maxwell C. King Center
2 April 2013 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
3 April 2013 Jacksonville Florida Theatre
5 April 2013 Mashantucket* MGM Grand at Foxwoods*
6 April 2013 Hampton Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
7 April 2013 Bethlehem Sands Bethlehem Event Center
9 April 2013 New York City Beacon Theatre
11 April 2013 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
12 April 2013 Detroit United States Fox Theatre
South America Tour 2013
16 May 2013 Lima Peru Parque de la Exposición
19 May 2013 Brasília Brazil Ginasio Nilson Nelson
21 May 2013 Curitiba Brazil Teatro Positivo
23 May 2013 São Paulo HSBC Arena
24 May 2013
25 May 2013 Rio de Janeiro Vivo Rio
26 May 2013 Porto Alegre Auditório Araújo Vianna
28 May 2013 Santiago Chile Teatro Caupolican
30 May 2013 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
U.S. & Canada Summer Tour 2013
6 July 2013 Paso Robles United States Vina Robles Amphitheatre
7 July 2013 Saratoga Mountain Winery
9 July 2013 Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
10 July 2013 Anaheim City National Grove of Anaheim
12 July 2013 Las Vegas Pearl Concert Theater
13 July 2013 Jackson Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort
14 July 2013 San Diego Humphreys Concerts by the Bay
14–17 July 2013 Las Vegas Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
18 July 2013 Jackson Thalia Mara Hall
19 July 2013 Birmingham BJCC Concert Hall
20 July 2013 Huntsville Von Braun Concert Hall
21 July 2013 Atlanta Atlanta Symphony Hall
23 July 2013 Charlottesville nTelos Wireless Pavilion
24 July 2013 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
25 July 2013 Morristown Mayo Performing Arts Center
27 July 2013 Holyoke Mountain Park
28 July 2013 Port Chester Capitol Theatre
30 July 2013 Montreal Canada Place des Arts
31 July 2013 Westbury United States Theatre at Westbury
2 August 2013 Lincoln* Twin River Event Center*
3 August 2013 Camden (First-ever) Yestival – Susquehanna Bank Center
4 August 2013 Munhall Carnegie Music Hall
5 August 2013
7 August 2013 Cleveland Heights Cain Park
8 August 2013 West Allis Wisconsin State Fair
9 August 2013 Prior Lake* Mystic Lake Casino*
10 August 2013 Mount Pleasant Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
12 August 2013 Indianapolis Murat Theatre
U.S. & Canada Spring Tour 2014
19 March 2014 Victoria Canada Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre
20 March 2014 Vancouver Queen Elizabeth Theatre
21 March 2014 Kelowna Prospera Place
23 March 2014 Calgary Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
24 March 2014 Edmonton Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
26 March 2014 Winnipeg Pantages Playhouse Theatre
29 March 2014 Oshawa GM Centre
30 March 2014 Ottawa Southam Hall
31 March 2014 Quebec City Le Capitole de Québec
2 April 2014 Hamilton Hamilton Place Theatre
4 April 2014 Atlantic City United States Borgata Events Center
5 April 2014 Bethlehem Sands Bethlehem Event Center
7–12 April 2014 "Cruise To The Edge" Prog Rock Festival (aboard the MSC Divina cruise ship):
Miami, FloridaCozumel, Mexico → Isla de Roatán, Honduras → Miami, Florida[nb 2]
Europe Spring Tour 2014
29 April 2014 Oxford United Kingdom Oxford New Theatre
30 April 2014 Southend-on-Sea Cliffs Pavilion
2 May 2014 Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
3 May 2014 Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle City Hall
4 May 2014 Birmingham Birmingham Symphony Hall
6 May 2014 Leicester De Montfort Hall
7 May 2014 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
8 May 2014 London Royal Albert Hall
10 May 2014 Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester
11 May 2014 Bristol Bristol Hippodrome
13 May 2014 Paris France Grand Rex
14 May 2014 Zurich Switzerland Volkshaus Zurich
16 May 2014 Monte-Carlo Principality of Monaco Opéra Garnier
17 May 2014 Padova Italy Palageox
18 May 2014 Milan Teatre Della Luna
20 May 2014 Luxembourg Luxembourg Rockhal Club
21 May 2014 Brussels Belgium Acienne Belique
22 May 2014 Tilburg Netherlands 013
26 May 2014 Mainz Germany Phoenixhalle
27 May 2014 Berlin Admiralspalast
28 May 2014 Leipzig Haus Auensee
30 May 2014 Prague Czech Republic Congress Centre
31 May 2014 Bratislava Slovakia NTC
2 June 2014 Warsaw Poland Sala Kongresowa
4 June 2014 Aarhus Denmark Train
5 June 2014 Oslo Norway Sentrum Scene

Heaven & Earth Tour 2014–2015[edit]

United States Summer tour 2014[edit]

Every night of their Heaven & Earth U.S. Summer tour 2014, Yes are playing live material from the new studio album Heaven & Earth and performing in their entirety the two classic albums 1971's Fragile and 1972's Close to the Edge followed by an encore of their greatest hits.[16]

Typical Set List from 5 July (in Nichols, New York) to 13 July 2014 (in Newport, Rhode Island) and from 18 July 2014 (in Salamanca, New York) to 24 August 2014 (in Los Angeles, California)

Close to the Edge album (played in reverse):

  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Howe, Bruford, Squire)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe) (not played at the show on 5 July in Nichols, New York)

Songs from the Heaven & Earth album:

  • "Believe Again" (Jon Davison, Howe) (not played at the show on 5 July in Nichols, New York) (only performed from 8 July in Boston, Massachusetts [first ever live performance] to 13 July and starting from 22 July in Rochester Hills, Michigan)
  • "To Ascend" (Davison, White) (not played at the show on 5 July in Nichols, New York) (only performed on 6 July in Albany, New York [first ever live performance], from 18 to 20 July)
  • "The Game" (Squire, Davison, Gerard Johnson) (not played at the show on 5 July in Nichols, New York) (only performed on 6 July in Albany, New York [first ever live performance], from 18 to 20 July and starting from 23 July in Northfield, Ohio)

Fragile album:

  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Cans and Brahms" (Johannes Brahms, arr. by Wakeman)
  • "We Have Heaven" (Anderson)
  • "South Side of the Sky" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Five Per Cent for Nothing" (Bruford)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" (Anderson)
  • "The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)" (Squire)
  • "Mood for a Day" (Howe)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)

The Yes Album Encore:

  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire) (exceptionally not played on 28 July in Nashville, Tennessee and on 23 August in Lincoln, California)

Greatest Hits Encore:

  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire, Horn) (only performed on 13 July in Newport, Rhode Island, on 18 July in Salamanca, New York, on 20 July in Munhall, Pennsylvania, on 23 July in Northfield, Ohio, on 25 July in Madison, Wisconsin, on 28 July in Nashville, Tennessee, on 30 July in Atlanta, Georgia, on 1 August in Hollywood, Florida, on 3 August in Orlando, Florida, on 6 August in Grand Prairie, Texas, on 9 August in Denver, Colorado, on 11 August in Tucson, Arizona, on 12 August in Mesa, Arizona, on 13 August in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on 15 August in Las Vegas, Nevada, on 16 August in Anaheim, California, on 19 August in San Jose, California, on 22 August in Grand Ronde, Oregon, on 24 August in Los Angeles, California)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Howe, Squire) (only performed on 19 July in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 22 July in Rochester Hills, Michigan, on 26 July in Chicago, Illinois, on 28 July in Nashville, Tennessee, on 29 July in Louisville, Kentucky, on 2 August in St. Petersburg, Florida, on 5 August in Houston, Texas, on 7 August in Kansas City, Missouri, on 12 August in Mesa, Arizona, on 18 August in San Diego, California, on 21 August in Tulalip Bay, Washington)
Typical Set List on 15 July (in Washington, D.C.) and 16 July 2014 (in Hampton, New Hampshire)
  • Intro (Benjamin Britten's "Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra")

Fragile album:

  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Cans and Brahms" (Brahms, arr. by Wakeman)
  • "We Have Heaven" (Anderson)
  • "South Side of the Sky" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Five Per Cent for Nothing" (Bruford)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" (Anderson)
  • "The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)" (Squire)
  • "Mood for a Day" (Howe)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)

Songs from the Heaven & Earth album:

  • "To Ascend" (Davison, White)
  • "The Game" (Squire, Davison, Johnson)

Close to the Edge album (played in reverse except on 16 July in Hampton, New Hampshire where it was played in order):

  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Howe, Bruford, Squire)
  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)

The Yes Album Encore:

  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire)
Date City Country Venue
U.S. Summer Tour 2014
5 July 2014 Nichols United States Tioga Downs Casino & Racing
6 July 2014 Albany Hart Theatre
8 July 2014 Boston Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
9 July 2014 New York City Radio City Music Hall
11 July 2014 Wallingford Toyota Oakdale Theatre
12 July 2014 Westbury NYCB Theatre at Westbury
13 July 2014 Newport Newport Yachting Center
15 July 2014 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
16 July 2014 Hampton Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
18 July 2014 Salamanca Seneca Allegany Casino
19 July 2014 Philadelphia Tower Theater
20 July 2014 Munhall Carnegie Music Hall
22 July 2014 Rochester Hills Meadow Brook
23 July 2014 Northfield Hard Rock Live Northfield Park
25 July 2014 Madison Overture Hall
26 July 2014 Chicago Copernicus Center
28 July 2014 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
29 July 2014 Louisville Louisville Palace
30 July 2014 Atlanta Atlanta Symphony Hall
1 August 2014 Hollywood Seminole Hard Rock Live
2 August 2014 St. Petersburg Mahaffey Theater
3 August 2014 Orlando Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
5 August 2014 Houston Bayou Music Center
6 August 2014 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre
7 August 2014 Kansas City Arvest Bank Theatre
9 August 2014 Denver Paramount Theatre
11 August 2014 Tucson Rialto Theatre
12 August 2014 Mesa Mesa Arts Center
13 August 2014 Albuquerque Legends Theater
15 August 2014 Las Vegas The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
16 August 2014 Anaheim City National Grove of Anaheim
18 August 2014 San Diego Humphrey's Concerts By the Bay
19 August 2014 San Jose City National Civic
21 August 2014 Tulalip Bay Tulalip Amphitheatre
22 August 2014 Grand Ronde Spirit Mountain Casino
23 August 2014 Lincoln Thunder Valley Casino Resort
24 August 2014 Los Angeles The Greek Theatre

Australia & New Zealand Fall tour 2014[edit]

Every night of their Heaven & Earth Australia & New Zealand Fall tour 2014, Yes will perform in their entirety the two classic albums 1971's Fragile and 1972's Close to the Edge and will play excerpts from the new studio album Heaven & Earth plus some of their Greatest Hits.

Typical Set List[17] starting from 10 November 2014 (in Auckland, New Zealand) 
  • Intro (Benjamin Britten's "Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra")

Close to the Edge album (played in order):

  • "Close to the Edge" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "And You and I" (Anderson, Howe, Bruford, Squire)
  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)

Songs from the Heaven & Earth album:

  • "Believe Again" (Davison, Howe)
  • "The Game" (Davison, Squire, Johnson)

Fragile album:

  • "Roundabout"
  • "Cans and Brahms"
  • "We Have Heaven"
  • "South Side of the Sky"
  • "Five Per Cent for Nothing"
  • "Long Distance Runaround"
  • "The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)"
  • "Mood for a Day"
  • "Heart of the Sunrise"

The Yes Album Encore:

  • "I've Seen All Good People"

Greatest Hits Encore:

  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart"
Date City Country Venue
Australia & New Zealand Fall Tour 2014
10 November 2014 Auckland New Zealand Aotea Centre[18] – ASB Theatre[19]
12 November 2014 Perth Australia Crown Theatre
14 November 2014 Gold Coast Jupiters Gold Coast
15 November 2014 Sydney State Theatre
18 November 2014 Melbourne Palais Theatre

Japan Fall tour 2014[edit]

After the Australia & New Zealand tour, Yes had embarked in November 2014 on a tour of Japan, still playing the Fragile and Close To The Edge albums in their entirety plus some greatest hits and songs from their new album Heaven & Earth. The show on 29 November 2014 in Tokyo would become the band's final performance with Chris Squire before his passing the following summer.

Date City Country Venue
Japan Fall Tour 2014
23 November 2014 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome City Hall
24 November 2014
25 November 2014
27 November 2014 Osaka Orix Theater
28 November 2014 Nagoya Zepp Nagoya
29 November 2014 Tokyo NHK Hall

North American Tours 2015[edit]

North American Summer Tour 2015[edit]

On 6 April 2015, Yes and Toto announced that they would embark in Summer 2015 on a joint tour of North America.[20][21][22]

On 19 May 2015, Yes announced that Chris Squire was suffering from acute erythroid leukemia and that, due to this, former member Billy Sherwood would be covering Squire's role in the band on (previously announced) live dates in 2015, i.e. their North American Summer 2015 joint tour with Toto from August to September 2015, as well as their performances on the latest "Cruise to the Edge" festival in November 2015.[23] Squire subsequently died on 27 June 2015. Their Mashantucket, Connecticut show on 7 August 2015 was the first time in the history of Yes that the band would perform without Squire, 47 years since the band's creation.

Typical Set List
  • "Onward" (Squire) (studio track from the Tormato album played through the PA system and projected onto a video screen as a video tribute to late Chris Squire)
  • "Firebird Suite" (Excerpt) (Stravinsky) (tape played through the PA system)
  • "Don't Kill the Whale" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Tempus Fugit" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "America" (Simon) (Simon & Garfunkel cover)
  • "Going for the One" (Anderson)
  • "Time and a Word" (Anderson, Foster)
  • "Clap" (Howe) (not played on 23 August 2015; dropped from the set after the show on 25 August 2015)
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire, Horn)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)

Encore:

  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Howe, Squire)
Date City Country Venue
North American Summer Tour (with Toto) – 7 August to 12 September 2015
7 August 2015 Mashantucket United States Grand Theater At Foxwoods
8 August 2015 Newark Prudential Hall
9 August 2015 Atlantic City Borgata Events Center
11 August 2015 New York City Barclays Center
12 August 2015 Baltimore Pier Six Concert Pavilion
14 August 2015 Dayton Rose Music Center
15 August 2015 Sterling Heights Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
16 August 2015 Chicago FirstMerit Bank Pavilion
18 August 2015 Des Moines Iowa State Fair
19 August 2015 St. Charles Family Arena
21 August 2015 Biloxi Beau Rivage Theatre
22 August 2015 Alpharetta Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
23 August 2015 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
25 August 2015 Spring Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
26 August 2015 San Antonio Majestic Theatre
27 August 2015 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre
28 August 2015 El Paso Cohen Stadium
30 August 2015 Littleton Denver Botanic Gardens
31 August 2015 Salt Lake City Red Butte Garden
2 September 2015 Tucson Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheatre
4 September 2015 Scottsdale Talking Stick Resort
5 September 2015 Pala Pala Casino Palomar Starlight Theater
6 September 2015 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
8 September 2015 Saratoga Mountain Winery
10 September 2015 Shelton Little Creek Casino Resort
11 September 2015 Airway Heights Northern Quest Resort & Casino
12 September 2015 Coquitlam Canada Hard Rock Casino Vancouver
14 September 2015 Rocky View County Grey Eagle Resort & Casino (without Toto)

North American Fall Tour 2015[edit]

Typical Set List
  • "Onward" (Squire) (studio track from the Tormato album played through the PA system and projected onto a video screen as a video tribute to late Chris Squire)
  • "Firebird Suite" (excerpt) (Stravinsky) (tape played through the PA system)
  • "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson, Howe, Wakeman)
  • "Believe Again" (Davison, Howe)
  • "Going for the One" (Anderson)
  • "White Car" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Tempus Fugit" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "America" (Simon) (Simon & Garfunkel cover)
  • "Nine Voices" (Anderson, Howe, Sherwood, Squire, White, Khoroshev)
  • "Time and a Word" (Anderson, Foster)
  • "Clap" (Howe)
  • "Don't Kill the Whale" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Soon" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Moraz) (closing section of "The Gates of Delirium")
  • "I've Seen All Good People" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire, Horn)
  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)

Encore:

  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Howe, Squire)
Date City Country Venue
North American Fall Tour – 11 to 19 November 2015
11 November 2015 Sarasota United States Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
12 November 2015 Melbourne The King Center for the Performing Arts
13 November 2015 Fort Lauderdale Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center
15–19 November 2015 Yes headlining the "Cruise To The Edge" Prog Rock Festival
(aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Pearl cruise ship):
MiamiKey West → "a pristine Private Island in the Bahamas"[24]

Albums Tour 2016-2017[edit]

UK & European Spring Tour 2016[edit]

Yes have advertised this leg of the tour as featuring their albums Fragile (1971) & Drama (1980) played in their entirety. A selection of their greatest hits complete these two albums. Trevor Horn joined the band on stage to sing lead vocal on the 'Drama' song "Tempus Fugit" for their Oxford and London dates.[25]

Typical Set List

Set #1:

  • Intro ("Onward" studio version played through the PA system)

Drama album:

  • "Machine Messiah" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Man In A White Car" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Does It Really Happen" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Into The Lens" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Run Through The Light" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Tempus Fugit" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)

Encore:

  • "Time And A Word"
  • "Siberian Khatru"

Intermission

Set #2:

  • "Don't Kill the Whale" (Anderson, Squire) (from 4 May 2016 to 7 May 2016; starting from 13 May 2016)
  • "Going For The One" (Anderson, Howe, Squire, White, Wakeman) (only on 9 May 2016 replacing "Don't Kill the Whale" )
  • "Soon" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Moraz) (only on 10 May 2016 replacing "Going For The One")
  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire, Horn) (starting from 4 May 2016)

Fragile album:

  • "Roundabout" (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Cans and Brahms" (Johannes Brahms, arr. by Wakeman)
  • "We Have Heaven" (Anderson)
  • "South Side of the Sky" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Five Per Cent for Nothing" (Bruford)
  • "Long Distance Runaround" (Anderson)
  • "The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)" (Squire)
  • "Mood for a Day" (Howe)
  • "Heart of the Sunrise" (Anderson, Squire, Bruford)

Encore:

  • "Don't Kill the Whale" (Anderson, Squire) (from 27 April 2016 to 3 May 2016)
  • "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Rabin, Anderson, Squire, Horn) (from 27 April 2016 to 3 May 2016)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Howe, Squire)
Date City Country Venue
UK & European Spring Tour 2016
27 April 2016 Glasgow Scotland Royal Concert Hall
29 April 2016 Newcastle upon Tyne England Newcastle City Hall
30 April 2016 Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester
2 May 2016 Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
3 May 2016 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
4 May 2016 Bristol Colston Hall
6 May 2016 Birmingham Symphony Hall, Birmingham
7 May 2016 Brighton Brighton Centre
9 May 2016 Oxford New Theatre Oxford
10 May 2016 London Royal Albert Hall
13 May 2016 Paris France L'Olympia
14 May 2016 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
15 May 2016 Utrecht Netherlands TivoliVredenburg
17 May 2016 Hamburg Germany Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt
19 May 2016 Frankfurt Alte Oper
20 May 2016 Leipzig Haus Auensee
21 May 2016 Berlin Admiralspalast
23 May 2016 Bonn Beethovenhalle
24 May 2016 Stuttgart Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle
25 May 2016 Munich Circus Krone
27 May 2016 Zürich Switzerland Volkshaus
28 May 2016 Milan Italy Teatro Nazionale
29 May 2016 Padova Gran Teatro Geox
31 May 2016 Florence Obihall
1 June 2016 Rome Teatro Olimpico
2 June 2016 Bari Teatro Petruzzelli[nb 3]

US Summer Tour 2016[edit]

Yes have advertised this leg of the tour as featuring their albums Drama (1980) and sides 1 & 4 ("The Revealing Science of God" and "Ritual") of Tales From Topographic Oceans (1973) played in their entirety along with a selection of their greatest hits.

Having undergone surgery to repair his back, Yes drummer Alan White was not able to rejoin Yes's US Summer Tour 2016. As a result, his «good friend» United States drummer Jay Schellen (from Hurricane, Asia and GPS) started performing with the band, replacing him on drums during the Summer tour.[26]

Typical Set List

Set #1:

  • Intro (Benjamin Britten's "Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra" played through the PA system)

Drama album:

  • "Machine Messiah" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Man In A White Car" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Does It Really Happen" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Into The Lens" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Run Through The Light" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Tempus Fugit" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)
  • "Time And A Word"
  • "Siberian Khatru"

Set #2:

  • "And You And I"
  • The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn)" (TFTO Side 1)
  • "Leaves Of Green" (excerpt from "The Ancient (Giants Under the Sun)" (TFTO Side 3)
  • "Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)" (TFTO Side 4)

Encore:

  • "Roundabout"
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Howe, Squire)
Date City Country Venue
US Summer Tour 2016
27 July 2016 Columbus United States Celeste Center
30 July 2016 Atlantic City Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City
31 July 2016 Bethlehem Sands Event Center
2 August 2016 Lewiston Artpark
4 August 2016 Lynn Lynn Auditorium
5 August 2016 Wallingford Toyota Oakdale Theatre
6 August 2016 Westbury Theatre at Westbury
9 August 2016 Staten Island St. George Theater
10 August 2016 Englewood Bergen Performing Arts Center
12 August 2016 Port Chester Capitol Theatre
13 August 2016 Morristown Mayo Performing Arts Center
16 August 2016 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
17 August 2016 Munhall Carnegie Library of Homestead – Music Hall
19 August 2016 Sterling Heights Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
20 August 2016 Chicago Copernicus Center
21 August 2016 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
24 August 2016 Denver Paramount Theatre
26 August 2016 Anaheim City National Grove of Anaheim
27 August 2016 Las Vegas Downtown Event Center
28 August 2016 Santa Barbara Arlington Theater
30 August 2016 Los Angeles Orpheum Theatre
31 August 2016 Saratoga Mountain Winery
2 September 2016 Reno Silver Legacy Reno
3 September 2016 Paso Robles Vina Robles Winery
4 September 2016 San Diego Golden Hall

Japan Fall Tour 2016[edit]

In September 2016, Yes announced a 6-date Japanese Tour for November 2016, playing Yessongs (1973) and sides 1 & 4 of Tales From Topographic Oceans (1973).[27] On 14 October 2016, Yes announced that Alan White would rejoin the band for the November 2016 Japan Tour & the February 2017 "Cruise To The Edge" Prog Rock Festival.[28]

Date City Country Venue
Japan Fall Tour 2016
21 November 2016 Tokyo Japan Orchard Hall
22 November 2016
24 November 2016 Osaka Orix Theater
25 November 2016 Nagoya Zepp Nagoya
28 November 2016 Tokyo Orchard Hall
29 November 2016

US Summer Tour 2017[edit]

Typical Set List

Same as the US Summer Tour 2016 set list.

Date City Country Venue
North American Winter Tour 2017
3 February 2017 Cherokee United States Harrah's Cherokee – Event Center
7–11 February 2017 Yes headlining the "Cruise To The Edge" Prog Rock Festival
(aboard the RCCL Brilliance of the Seas cruise ship):
Tampa, FloridaCozumel, Mexico → Tampa, Florida [29]
11 February 2017 St. Petersburg United States Mahaffey Theater
12 February 2017 Pompano Beach Pompano Beach Amphitheatre
14 February 2017 Atlanta Atlanta Symphony Hall
15 February 2017 Jacksonville Florida Theatre
17 February 2017 Biloxi IP Casino Resort Spa
18 February 2017 Shreveport Strand Theatre
19 February 2017 Dallas Majestic Theater
20 February 2017 Midland Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center

ARW's An Evening of Yes Music and More Tour – 2016-2017[edit]

Yes's North American "Yestival" Tour (Summer) Tour 2017[edit]

The tour featured Steve Howe's son Dylan as second drummer; On September 11, 2017, the band announced that due to the unexpected death of Virgil Howe, Steve's son and Dylan's brother, the rest of the tour, including their concert at Moorhead the same day, were cancelled.[30]

Typical Set List
[31]
  • Intro ("Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra")
  • "Survival" (Anderson)
  • "Time & A Word" (Anderson, Foster)
  • "Yours Is No Disgrace" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Kaye, Bruford)
  • "South Side Of The Sky" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "And You And I" (Anderson, Howe, Squire, Bruford)
  • "Leaves of Green" (excerpt from "The Ancient") (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White)
  • "Soon" (closing section of "The Gates of Delirium") (Anderson, Squire, Howe, White, Moraz)
  • "Going For The One" (Anderson, Howe, Squire, White, Wakeman)
  • "Don't Kill The Whale" (Anderson, Squire)
  • "Machine Messiah" (Downes, Horn, Howe, Squire, White)

Encore:

  • "Madrigal" (Anderson, Wakeman)
  • "Roundabout (Anderson, Howe)
  • "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Howe, Squire)
Date City Country Venue
North American "Yestival" Summer Tour 2017
4 August 2017 Greensboro United States White Oak Amphitheatre
5 August 2017 Boone Holmes Convocation Center
7 August 2017 Baltimore Pier Six Concert Pavilion
8 August 2017 Upper Darby Tower Theatre
10 August 2017 Mashantucket The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino
11 August 2017 Brooklyn Ford Amphitheater
12 August 2017 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
14 August 2017 Hershey Hershey Theatre
16 August 2017 Greensburg The Palace Theatre
17 August 2017 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
19 August 2017 Elgin Festival Park – Grand Victoria Casino
20 August 2017 Cleveland Jacobs Pavilion
22 August 2017 Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheatre
23 August 2017 Sugar Land Smart Financial Centre
25 August 2017 Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
26 August 2017 Las Vegas The Joint @ Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
28 August 2017 San Diego Balboa Theatre
29 August 2017 Los Angeles Microsoft Theater
31 August 2017 Reno Grand Sierra Resort
1 September 2017 San Francisco Warfield Theatre
3 September 2017 Quil Ceda Village Tulalip Amphitheatre
5 September 2017 Vancouver Canada Queen Elizabeth Theatre
7 September 2017 Edmonton Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
8 September 2017 Calgary Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
11 September 2017 Moorhead, MN United States Bluestem Center For The Arts Amphitheatre
12 September 2017 Cedar Rapids, IA McGrath Amphitheatre
14 September 2017 London, ON Canada Budweiser Gardens
15 September 2017 Rochester, NY United States Roc Dome Arena
17 September 2017 Boston, MA Roc Dome Arena The Wilbur Theatre
18 September 2017 Huntington, NY The Paramount
19 September 2017

About the cancellation of the Yestival tour remaining dates:[nb 4]

Cruise to the Edge 2018[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Cruise to the Edge 2018
3–9 February 2018 Yes headlining the "Cruise To The Edge" Prog Rock Festival
(sailing from Tampa to Belize & Costa Maya)[33]

Yes's UK & Europe "50th anniversary" Spring Tour 2018[edit]

Sources:[34][35]

Date City Country Venue
UK & Europe "50th anniversary" Spring Tour 2018
13 March 2018 Bristol England Colston Hall
14 March 2018 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
16 March 2018 Glasgow Scotland SEC Armadillo
17 March 2018 Manchester England Bridgewater Hall
18 March 2018 Gateshead Sage Gateshead
20 March 2018 Birmingham Symphony Hall
21 March 2018 Brighton Brighton Centre
23 March 2018 Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
24 March 2018 London London Palladium
25 March 2018
27 March 2018 Tilburg Netherlands 013
28 March 2018 Antwerp Belgium De Roma
30 March 2018 Paris France L'Olympia
North America
5 June 2018 St. Charles United States Arcada Theater Building
6 June 2018
8 June 2018 New Buffalo Four Winds Casino
10 June 2018 Kansas City Midland Theatre
11 June 2018 Denver Paramount Theatre
13 June 2018 Boise CenturyLink Arena
14 June 2018 Woodinville Chateau Ste. Michelle
16 June 2018 Bakersfield Spectrum Amphitheatre
17 June 2018 Anaheim City National Grove of Anaheim
19 June 2018 Los Angeles Ford Theatre
20 June 2018 San Jose City National Civic
22 June 2018 West Wendover Peppermill Concert Hall
23 June 2018 Laughlin E Center at Edgewater Hotel Casino
24 June 2018 Temecula Pechanga Resort & Casino
28 June 2018 Interlochen Kresge Auditorium
29 June 2018 Grand Rapids 20 Monroe Live
30 June 2018 Detroit Fox Theatre
2 July 2018 Cincinnati PNC Pavilion
5 July 2018 Munhall Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall
6 July 2018 Jim Thorpe Penn’s Peak
7 July 2018 Montclair The Wellmont Theater
10 July 2018 Boston Wilbur Theatre
11 July 2018 Hampton Beach Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
13 July 2018 Mashantucket Foxwoods Resort Casino
14 July 2018 Atlantic City Tropicana Casino & Resort
15 July 2018 New York City St. George Theater
17 July 2018 Peekskill Paramount Hudson Valley
18 July 2018 Westbury Theatre at Westbury
20 July 2018 Philadelphia The Fillmore
21 July 2018
23 July 2018 Washington Warner Theatre
24 July 2018 Richmond Classic Amphitheater
26 July 2018 Clearwater Capitol Theatre
27 July 2018 Orlando The Plaza Live
28 July 2018 Atlanta Atlanta Symphony Hall

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Yes performed two shows at the "Cruise To The Edge" Festival: on Tuesday 26 February 2013, they played Close to the Edge and Going for the One in their entirety plus "Starship Trooper" as the encore track ; on Wednesday 27 February 2013, they played Close To The Edge and The Yes Album in their entirety plus "Roundabout" as the encore track. On Friday 29 February 2013 (the day before the last day of the cruise), Yes did a "Storytellers" Q&A session in which the band members were supposed to answer questions from the audience and play several songs unplugged. At the conclusion of the discussion, Alan White, Chris Squire and Geoff Downes left the stage leaving only Steve Howe and Jon Davison playing a short acoustic set made of "The Ancient"/"Leaves of Green" and "Mood For A Day".
  2. ^ Yes performed two shows at the "Cruise To The Edge" Festival on Tuesday, 8 April 2014 & Wednesday, 9 April 2014. After the excerpt from the "Firebird Suite" played through the PA system, they played the same setlist both nights: "America", "Tempus Fugit", the entire Close to the Edge album, "Heart of the Sunrise", the entire The Yes Album plus "Roundabout" as the encore track.
  3. ^ Concert on 2 June 2016 in Bari, Italy no longer announced.
  4. ^ On September 11, 2017, the band announced that due to the unexpected death of Virgil Howe, son of Steve Howe and brother of Dylan Howe (who acted as second drummer for the tour), the rest of the "Yestival" tour had been cancelled.[32]

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