Sisters Of Avalon

(ORIGINAL NOTES FROM PAGE AFTER PAGE)

 

This tour began on November 10, 1996 and finished on August 02, 1997 (265 days). It included 81 concerts.

 

The Band (The Japan tour)

Ron Jenkins - Bass

Mindy Jostyn - Violin, Guitar, Mandolin, Blues Harp, Accordion, Vocals

Gerry Leonard - Guitars

Jan Pulsford - Keyboards, Loops, Vocals

Catherine Russell - Keyboards, Guitars, Mandolin, Vocals

Scooter Warner - Drums, Loops

Cyndi Lauper - Vocals, Dulcimer, Zither, Guitar

Production Crew

Robin Irvine - Tour Manager

John Cleary - Production Manager

Seth Goldman - Monitor Engineer

James Geddes - Sound Engineer

Scott Humphrey - Light Design & Operator

Daniel J. O'Neil - Guitar Technician

Mike B. - Drum Technican

Chris Hinson - Keyboard Technician

Keki Mingis - Stylist

Nathalie MacGowan - Spencer, Make-Up Artist

Clam Lynch - Set Designer

The Band (The US tour)

Cyndi Lauper - Vocals, Dulcimer, Zither, Guitar

Ron Jenkins - Bass

Jan Pulsford - Keyboards, Vocals

Melanie Vasquez - Guitar, Elec. Dulcimer & Vocals

Valerie Vigoda - Violin, Mandolin & Vocals

Scooter Warner - Drums, Loops

Notes

The 1997 tour was done as Special Guest of the Tina Turner's 'Wildest Dreams' tour.

According to the June 6th 1997 Edition of 'Entertainment Weekly", where they show the Top Ten concerts which had the most tickets sales, Tina Turner/Cyndi Lauper came in places 3,5,9 for the shows in Las Vegas, Dallas and Phoenix.

Tour info

Tour dates

Nov 10 1996 US, CA Santa Ana, Galaxy Theatre

Nov 11 1996 US, CA Lancaster, The Lancaster Performing Arts Center

Nov 25 1996 Japan Tokyo, Club Quattro

Nov 26 1996 Japan Akita, Akita Kenminkaikan

Nov 28 1996Japan Sapporo, Green Dome

Nov 30 1996 Japan Yokohama, Pacifico Yokohama Hall

Dec 2 1996 Japan Tokyo, Nippon Budokan

Dec 3 1996 Japan Tokyo, Nippon Budokan

Dec 5 1996 Japan Saitama, Kawaguchi Lilia Main Hall

Dec 6 1996 Japan Nagoya, Rainbow Hall

Dec 8 1996 Japan Kobe, Kobe Kokusai Kaikan/Harborland Plaza

Dec 9 1996 Japan Osaka, Castle Hall

Dec 11 1996 Japan Fukuoka, Kokusai Center

Dec 12 1996 Japan Okayama, Shiminkaikan

Dec 14 1996 Japan Osaka, Shinsaibashi Club Quattro

Dec 15 1996 Japan Nagoya, Club Quattro

May 1 1997 US, TX Houston, Woodlands Pavilion

May 2 1997 US, TX Houston, Woodlands Pavilion

May 3 1997 US, TX San Antonio, Alamo Dome

May 3 1997 US, TX Austin, Frank Erwin Center (cancelled)

May 4 1997 US, TX Dallas, Starplex Amphitheatre

May 6 1997 US, NM Albuquerque, Tingley Coliseum

May 7 1997 US, AZ Phoenix, America West Arena

May 9 1997 US, CA San Diego, San Diego Sports Arena Cyndi cannot be the first part since she was recording the Jay Leno show (cancelled)

May 10 1997 US, NV Las Vegas, Grand Marshall (for Gay Pride) (during afternoon)

May 10 1997 US, NV Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden (at night)

May 12 1997 US, CA Los Angeles, Greek Theatre

May 13 1997 US, CA Los Angeles, Greek Theatre

May 15 1997 US, CA Los Angeles, Greek Theatre

May 16 1997 US, CA Los Angeles, Greek Theatre

May 17 1997 US, CA Anaheim, Arrowhead Pond

May 18 1997 US, CA Los Angeles, Greek Theatre

May 20 1997 US, CA Fresno, Selland Arena

May 21 1997 US, CA Concord, Concord Pavilion

May 22 1997 US, CA Sacramento, Cal Expo Amphitheatre

May 23 1997 US, CA Mountain View, Shoreline Amphitheatre

May 25 1997 US, WA George, Gorge Theatre

May 26 1997 Canada, BC Vancouver, General Motors Place

May 29 1997 US, UT Salt Lake City, Delta Center

May 30 1997 US, CO Englewood, Fiddler's Green Amph.

Jun 1 1997 US, MN Minneapolis, Northrop Auditorium

Jun 2 1997 US, KS Bonner Springs (Kansas City), Sandstone Amphitheatre

Jun 3 1997 US, MO Maryland Heights (near St Louis), Riverport Amphitheatre

Jun 6 1997 US, TN Antioch (near Nashville), Starwood Amhitheatre

Jun 7 1997 US, TN Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum

Jun 8 1997 US, LA New Orleans, U.N.O. Lakefront Arena

Jun 11 1997 US, FL West Palm Beach, Coral Sky Amphitheatre

Jun 12 1997 US, FL Tampa Bay, Ice Palace

Jun 13 1997 US, FL Orlando, Orlando Arena

Jun 14 1997 US, GA Atlanta, Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre

Jun 17 1997 US, TN Knoxville, Thompson-Boling Arena

Jun 18 1997 US, NC Raleigh, Hardee S Walnut Creek Amphitheatre

Jun 20 1997 US, NC Charlotte, BlockBuster Pavilion

Jun 21 1997 US, VA Manassas, Nissan Pavilion

Jun 22 1997 US, OH Columbus, Polaris Amphitheatre

Jun 23 1997 US, MI Clarkston, Pine Knob Music Theatre

Jun 26 1997 US, OH Cincinnati, Riverbend Music Centre

Jun 27 1997 US, IL Moline, Mark Of The Quad

Jun 28 1997 US, IL Chicago, Tinley Park World Pavillion

Jun 29 1997 US, WI Milwaukee, Marcus Amphitheatre

Jul 2 1997 US, NC Winston-Salem, Joel Vet. Mem. Coliseum

Jul 3 1997 US, VA Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach Amphitheatre

Jul 5 1997 Canada, Qc Montreal, Molson Centre

Jul 6 1997 Canada, Ont Ottawa, Corel Centre

Jul 7 1997 Canada, Ont Toronto, Molson Amphitheatre

Jul 10 1997 US, PA Burgetstown (near Pittsburgh), Star Lake Amphitheatre

Jul 11 1997 US, NJ Camden, Waterfront Entertainment Center

Jul 12 1997 US, NJ Atlantic City, Etess Arena -Taj Mahal

Jul 13 1997 US, NY Saratoga Springs, S. Performing Arts Center

Jul 15 1997 US, CT Wallingford, Oakdale Theatre

Jul 16 1997 US, CT Wallingford, Oakdale Theatre

Jul 17 1997 US, TN Knoxville, Thompson Boling Arena

Jul 18 1997 US, MA Mansfield, Great Woods P.A.C.

Jul 19 1997 US, MA Mansfield, Great Woods P.A.C.

Jul 20 1997 US, NJ Holmdel, PNC Bank Arts Center

Jul 22 1997 US, NY New York, Radio City Music Hall

Jul 23 1997 US, NY New York, Radio City Music Hall

Jul 25 1997 US, NY New York, Radio City Music Hall

Jul 26 1997 US, NY New York, Radio City Music Hall

Jul 27 1997 US, NY New York, Radio City Music Hall

Jul 29 1997 US, NY New York, Radio City Music Hall

Jul 30 1997 US, NY New York, Radio City Music Hall

Aug 1 1997 US, NY Wantagh, Jones Beach Amphitheatre

Aug 2 1997 US, NY Wantagh, Jones Beach Amphitheatre

Source: Page After Page

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