The Bee Gees' concerts in 1967 and 1968

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The Bee Gees' concerts in 1967 and 1968
Tour by Bee Gees
Associated album Bee Gees' 1st, Horizontal and Idea
Start date 21 July 1967
End date 19 November 1968
Bee Gees concert chronology
  • The Bee Gees' concerts in 1967 and 1968
    (1968)
  • 2 Years On Tour
    (1971)

This is a chronological list of the Bee Gees known live performances in 1967 and 1968. The band's line-up at that time was Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Colin Petersen and Vince Melouney. The concert in Bern, 10 March 1968, was illegally recorded and is available in a bootleg entitled Live in Bern 1968.[1]

Setlist[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
27 March - 1 April 1967 London England Saville Theatre[5]
13 May 1967 Northampton Maple Ballroom[5]
14 May 1967 Nottingham Brittania Rowing Club[5]
Beachcomber[5]
25 May 1967 Liverpool University[5]
26 May 1967 Galashiels Scotland Town Hall[5]
27 May 1967 Carlisle England Market Hall[5]
28 May 1967 Oldham Town Hall[5]
23 Juni 1967 Leicester Scraptoft Teachers Training College[5]
23 Juni 1967 Manchester New Century Hall[5]
21 July 1967 Stockholm Sweden Palladium[6]
26 August 1967 Woburn England Festival Of The Flower Children
Woburn Abbey[5]
1 November 1967 Stevenage Locarno[5]
11 November 1967 Rotterdam Netherlands hippy-happy Festival
Ahoy Rotterdam[5]
17 November 1967 London England Lewisham Odeon[5]
18 November 1967 St Mary's University College, Twickenham[5]
19 November 1967 Saville Theatre[5]
27 January 1968 Anaheim United States Anaheim Convention Center
9 February 1968 Stockholm Sweden Konserthuset
27 February 1968 Hamburg Germany Musikhalle[7][8]
28 February 1968 Bremen Stadthalle[7][8]
29 February 1968 Hanover Niedersachsenhalle[7][8]
1 March 1968 Stuttgart Liederhalle[7][8]
2 March 1968 Munich Deutsches Museum Kongresshalle[7][8]
3 March 1968 Nuremberg Meistersingerhalle[7][8]
4 March 1968 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle[7][8]
5 March 1968 Münster Münsterlandhalle[7][8]
6 March 1968 Cologne Messehalle[7][8]
7 March 1968 Berlin Berlin Sportpalast[7][8]
8 March 1968 Braunschweig Stadthalle[7][8]
10 March 1968 Bern Switzerland Stadthalle[9]
27 March 1968 London England Royal Albert Hall[10]
29 March 1968 Leeds Queen's Hall[10]
30 March 1968 Chester Chester Racecourse[10]
31 March 1968 Manchester Palace Theatre[10]
1 April 1968 Leicester De Montfort Hall[10]
4 April 1968 Cambridge Cambridge Union Society[10]
5 April 1968 Slough Adelphi Cinema[10]
6 April 1968 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall[10]
7 April 1968 Birmingham Birmingham Hippodrome[10]
10 April 1968 Carlisle ABC Theatre[10]
11 April 1968 Glasgow Scotland Green's Playhouse[10]
12 April 1968 Edinburgh ABC Theatre[10]
13 April 1968 Stockton-on-Tees England ABC Theatre[10]
14 April 1968 Liverpool Liverpool Empire Theatre[10]
17 April 1968 Portsmouth The Guildhall[10]
19 April 1968 Hanley Gaumont Theatre[10]
20 April 1968 Bolton Odeon Theatre[10]
21 April 1968 Hull ABC Theatre[10]
22 April 1968 Lincoln ABC Theatre[10]
24 April 1968 Salisbury Odeon Theatre[10]
25 April 1968 Romford Odeon Theatre[10]
26 April 1968 Exeter Odeon Theatre[10]
27 April 1968 Cardiff Odeon Theatre[10]
28 April 1968 Tooting Granada Theatre[10]
1 May 1968 Cork Ireland Savoy[10]
2 May 1968 Dublin Adelphi Cinema[10]
3 May 1968 Belfast Northern Ireland ABC Theatre[10]
10 August 1968 New York City United States Forest Hills Tennis Stadium[11]
6 October 1968 Amsterdam Netherlands  ?[12]
12 October 1968 Stockholm Sweden  ?[12]
13 October 1968 Kopenhagen Denmark  ?[12]
31 October 1968 Bremen Germany Stadthalle[13][14]
1 November 1968 Kiel  ?[13][14]
2 November 1968 Hamburg Ernst-Merck-Halle[13][14]
4 November 1968 Münster Münsterlandhalle[13][14]
5 November 1968 Cologne Sporthalle[13][14]
6 November 1968 Essen Grugahalle[13][14]
8 November 1968 Stuttgart  ?[13][14]
10 November 1968 Wien Austria Stadthalle[13][14]
11 November 1968 Insbruck  ?[13][14]
13 November 1968 Bochum Germany  ?[13][14]
14 November 1968 Düsseldorf  ?[13][14]
16 November 1968 Braunschweig  ?[13][14]
18 November 1968 Munich Deutsches Museum Kongresshalle[13][14]
19 November 1968 Nuremberg  ?[13][14]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.discogs.com/Bee-Gees-Live-In-Bern-1968/release/3661067
  2. ^ http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/bee-gees/1967/stockholm-palladium-stockholm-sweden-43ddaf8f.html
  3. ^ http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/bee-gees/1968/stadthalle-berne-switzerland-5bddaf58.html
  4. ^ http://www.weborama.fm/#/music/Bee_Gees/Live_in_Bern_Switzerland-1968/
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Sandoval, Andrew (2012) The Day-By-Day Story, 1945–1972 pp. 29-51, "Retrofuture" ISBN 9780943249087.
  6. ^ "Bee Gees Concert Setlist at Stockholm". Setlist.fm. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Sandoval, Andrew (2012) The Day-By-Day Story, 1945–1972 p. 58, "Retrofuture" ISBN 9780943249087.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Spicks & Specks Archiv: Die Bee Gees auf Deutschlandtour"
  9. ^ "Spicks & Specks Archiv: On Tour"
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa Sandoval, Andrew (2012) The Day-By-Day Story, 1945–1972 pp. 60–63, "Retrofuture" ISBN 9780943249087.
  11. ^ Sandoval, Andrew (2012) The Day-By-Day Story, 1945–1972 pp. 71, "Retrofuture" ISBN 9780943249087.
  12. ^ a b c Sandoval, Andrew (2012) The Day-By-Day Story, 1945–1972 p. 75, "Retrofuture" ISBN 9780943249087.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Sandoval, Andrew (2012) The Day-By-Day Story, 1945–1972 pp. 78, 79, "Retrofuture" ISBN 9780943249087.
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Spicks & Specks Archiv: On Tour"