1970 Black Sabbath Tour

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Dates and research compiled by Joe Siegler & Robert Dwyer.

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Touring Personnel

  • Tony Iommi - Guitars
  • Ozzy Osbourne - Vocals
  • Geezer Butler - Bass
  • Bill Ward - Drums

Set List (not in order)

  • Paranoid
  • Iron Man
  • N.I.B.
  • Black Sabbath
  • Walpurgis
  • Hand of Doom
  • Fairies Wear Boots
  • Guitar Solo
  • Behind the Wall of Sleep
  • Rat Salad

Obviously, they were playing songs from their second album in pre-release states.  :)

 
1968 "Polka Tulk" Tour
Date City Venue Opening Acts Notes
Aug 24 Carlisle County Ballroom Creeque
 
Aug 27 Workington Banklands Youth Club
 

 
Aug 31
 
POLKA TULK loses 2 members (Phillips and Clark are dismissed)
 
After only 2 shows, the band decide to continue as just a 4-piece.



1968-69 "Earth" Tour
Date City Venue Opening Acts Notes
Sep 1
 
POLKA TULK becomes EARTH
 

 
Sep 15 London The Underground - Blackfriars Road - Southwark
 

 
Sep 16 Birmingham Henry's Blues House
 

 
Sep 17 London The Macabre
 

 
Sep 18 Lichfield Pokey Hole Blues Club - Bore Street
 

 
Sep 23 Carlisle Gretna Hall Tavern
 

 
Sep 25 Beckenham Junction The Mistral Club
 

 
Sep 30 Brownhills Opening of Henry's Blueshouse - Station Hotel on High Street Bakerloo (HL)
 
Oct 1 Dumfries Loreburn Hall Universe (or Weight?)
 
Nov 22 Birmingham Mother's Club At Erdlington - High Street Ten Years After (HL)
 
Nov 24 Birmingham Mother's Club At Erdlington - High Street Jethro Tull (HL)
 
Nov 26 Stafford
 

 

 
Dec 14
 
Tony Iommi comes back to EARTH
 
Tony briefly ventured away from the band for a brief collaboration with Jethro Tull.
Dec 21 Carlisle County Ballroom Smokey Blue (Neil Marshall's band)
 
Dec 22 Birmingham
 

 

 
Dec 24 Cumbria School Hall?
 

 
Dec 27 Langholm Buccleuch Hall
 

 
Jan 1 1969 Birmingham The Railway
 
Unconfirmed
Jan 3 London The Marquee Jon Hiseman's Colosseum (HL)
 
Jan 11
 
The Polytechnic John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (HL)
 
Jan 20 Carlisle Gretna Hall Tavern
 
Exact date unknown
Jan 21 Dumfries Drill Hall
 
Exact date unknown
Jan 25 London? The Polytechnic - Little Tichfield Street John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (HL)
 
Jan 26
 
School Hall gigs
 
Unconfirmed
Jan 30 Birmingham Opposite Lock Locomotive, Bakerloo Blues Band, Tea & Symphony The band is billed as "EARTH" during this period
Feb 6 London The Marquee Locomotive, Bakerloo Blues Band, Roy Everett, Tea & Symphony
 
Feb 15 Brøndby Brøndby Pop Klub - Nørregårdsskolen
 

 
Feb 15 Birmingham Henry's Blues House
 
Unconfirmed
Feb 16 København (Copenhagen) Gladsaxe-Teen Club
 
Cancelled
Feb 17 København (Copenhagen) Revolution
 
Cancelled?
Feb 18 København (Copenhagen) Revolution
 
Cancelled?
Feb 19 København (Copenhagen) Revolution
 
Cancelled?
Feb 28 London The Marquee Bakerloo Blues Band
 
Mar 3 Sunderland The Bay Hotel Van Der Graaf Generator, DJ John Peel
 
Mar 11 London The Marquee Bakerloo Blues Band, Locomotive, Roy Everett
 
Mar 13 London The Marquee Terry Reid
 
Mar 14 Carlisle County Ballroom
 

 
Mar 15
 
Danish tour
 
Exact dates under investigation
Mar 21 Lichfield The Pokey Hole - Frog Lane
 

 
Mar 28 Cumbria Wigton Market Hall
 
Last gig before departing on European tour - as 'Earth'.
Apr 1
 
Belgian tour The Gods, Bakerloo Exact dates under investigation
Apr 15 Hamburg The Star Club
 

 
Apr 21 Walsall Caves Club
 

 
Apr 25 Zurich Residency in Switzerland?
 
Unconfirmed
Apr 28 London The Speakeasy Club
 

 
Apr 29 Workington Banklands Youth Club
 

 
May 11 Brownhills Pennycliffe Club
 

 
May 23 Lichfield Pokey Hole Blues Club - Robin Hood Public House - Frog Lane
 

 
Jun 5 Workington Westfield Welfare Centre
 

 
Jun 7 Low Hesket Village Hall
 
R.S.P.C.A. Charity Beat Dance
Jun 20 Hamburg The Star Club
 
Played at least 6 gigs at this legendary club where The Beatles got started.
Jun 29 Brownhills Pennycliffe Club - Coppice Lane
 
Cancelled
Jul 5 Carlisle County Ballroom Tambourine
 
Jul 8 Workington Banklands Youth Club
 

 
Jul 11 Lichfield The Pokey Hole - Frog Lane
 

 
Jul 12 Carlisle Carlisle Grammar School
 

 
Jul 25 Wigton Market Hall Weight
 
Aug 1 Lichfield The Pokey Hole - Frog Lane
 

 
Aug 3 Manchester
 

 

 
Aug 10 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 11 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 12 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 13 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 14 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 15 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 16 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 23 Kirkcaldy Y.M.C.A.
 

 



1970 "Black Sabbath" Tour
Date City Venue Opening Acts Notes
Jan 1 Birmingham The Railway
 
Unconfirmed
Jan 3 London The Marquee Jon Hiseman's Colosseum (HL)
 
Jan 11
 
The Polytechnic John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (HL)
 
Jan 20 Carlisle Gretna Hall Tavern
 
Exact date unknown
Jan 21 Dumfries Drill Hall
 
Exact date unknown
Jan 25 London? The Polytechnic - Little Tichfield Street John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (HL)
 
Jan 26
 
School Hall gigs
 
Unconfirmed
Jan 30 Birmingham Opposite Lock Locomotive, Bakerloo Blues Band, Tea & Symphony The band is billed as "EARTH" during this period
Feb 6 London The Marquee Locomotive, Bakerloo Blues Band, Roy Everett, Tea & Symphony
 
Feb 15 Brøndby Brøndby Pop Klub - Nørregårdsskolen
 

 
Feb 15 Birmingham Henry's Blues House
 
Unconfirmed
Feb 16 København (Copenhagen) Gladsaxe-Teen Club
 
Cancelled
Feb 17 København (Copenhagen) Revolution
 
Cancelled?
Feb 18 København (Copenhagen) Revolution
 
Cancelled?
Feb 19 København (Copenhagen) Revolution
 
Cancelled?
Feb 28 London The Marquee Bakerloo Blues Band
 
Mar 3 Sunderland The Bay Hotel Van Der Graaf Generator, DJ John Peel
 
Mar 11 London The Marquee Bakerloo Blues Band, Locomotive, Roy Everett
 
Mar 13 London The Marquee Terry Reid
 
Mar 14 Carlisle County Ballroom
 

 
Mar 15
 
Danish tour
 
Exact dates under investigation
Mar 21 Lichfield The Pokey Hole - Frog Lane
 

 
Mar 28 Cumbria Wigton Market Hall
 
Last gig before departing on European tour - as 'Earth'.
Apr 1
 
Belgian tour The Gods, Bakerloo Exact dates under investigation
Apr 15 Hamburg The Star Club
 

 
Apr 21 Walsall Caves Club
 

 
Apr 25 Zurich Residency in Switzerland?
 
Unconfirmed
Apr 28 London The Speakeasy Club
 

 
Apr 29 Workington Banklands Youth Club
 

 
May 11 Brownhills Pennycliffe Club
 

 
May 23 Lichfield Pokey Hole Blues Club - Robin Hood Public House - Frog Lane
 

 
Jun 5 Workington Westfield Welfare Centre
 

 
Jun 7 Low Hesket Village Hall
 
R.S.P.C.A. Charity Beat Dance
Jun 20 Hamburg The Star Club
 
Played at least 6 gigs at this legendary club where The Beatles got started.
Jun 29 Brownhills Pennycliffe Club - Coppice Lane
 
Cancelled
Jul 5 Carlisle County Ballroom Tambourine
 
Jul 8 Workington Banklands Youth Club
 

 
Jul 11 Lichfield The Pokey Hole - Frog Lane
 

 
Jul 12 Carlisle Carlisle Grammar School
 

 
Jul 25 Wigton Market Hall Weight
 
Aug 1 Lichfield The Pokey Hole - Frog Lane
 

 
Aug 3 Manchester
 

 

 
Aug 10 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 11 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 12 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 13 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 14 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 15 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 16 Hamburg The Star Club Junior's Eyes, Tremors
 
Aug 23 Kirkcaldy Y.M.C.A.
 

 
Aug 26 Workington Banklands Youth Club
 

 
Aug 30 Malvern Malvern Winter Gardens
 

 
Sep 1 Birmingham Midlands Art Centre (Cannon Hill Park?) Tea & Symphony, Locomotive,
 
Sep 4 Wolverhampton Lafayette Club
 

 
Sep 9 Cheapside Top Rank Hanley Suite
 

 
Sep 12
 
Signed handbill
 

 
Sep 22 London Pied Bull - Islington
 
Exact date unknown
Sep 22 Birmingham Henry's Blues House
 
Exact date unknown
Sep 24 Edinburgh The Oasis
 
Exact date unknown
Sep 25 Edinburgh Cavendish
 
Exact date unknown
Sep 27 Dumfries Drill Hall Timothy Pink Billed as BLACK SABBATH
Oct 1 Hamburg The Star Club
 
Exact date unknown
Oct 7 Birmingham "When I Came Down" - Birmingham Arts Lab
 
Session date for this early Sabbath demo.
Oct 10 Sheffield Sheffield Ballroom
 
Unconfirmed
Oct 11 Lichfield The Pokey Hole - Frog Lane
 
Unconfirmed
Oct 12 London Regent Sound Studios [Recording sessions for BLACK SABBATH]
 
Sabbath recorded their debut album in just 2 days!
Oct 18 Birmingham Henry's Blues House Ten Years After (HL)
 
Oct 29 Birmingham
 

 
Unconfirmed
Nov 1 Nethertown Tow Bar Inn Society's Child Billed as 'Black Sabbath'
Nov 11 London Maida Vale Studios [John Peel's TOP GEAR radio session]
 
Recorded for John Peel's TOP GEAR, which was broadcast on 11/21/69 and 3/21/70.
Nov 14 London The Marquee Hardin & York (HL)
 
Nov 16 Dumfries Rugman's Youth Club - Whitesands Amplified Heat
 
Nov 26 Carlisle
 

 

 
Nov 29 Birmingham University
 

 
Dec 1 Zurich
 

 
Unconfirmed
Dec 18 Birmingham
 

 
Unconfirmed
Dec 26 Lichfield The Pokey Hole - Frog Lane
 

 
Jan 7 Hull
 

 
Unconfirmed
Jan 9
 
Sabbath releases 1st single - "Evil Woman"
 
1st single released!
Jan 13 Birmingham Henry's Blues House Climax Chicago, Duster Bennett, Graham Bond
 
Jan 24 Poleworth Polesworth Memorial Hall The Dave Harris Disc-K-Tek Show (DJ)
 
Feb 5 Cardiff 'Cardiff Arts Centre Project' - Sophia Gardens Pavilion Pink Floyd, Quintessence, Daddy Longlegs, Gary Farr, Heaven, Tea & Symphony, Ron Geesin Official beginning of the tour to support their BLACK SABBATH album. Benefit show.
Feb 6 Birmingham Mother's Club At Erdlington - High Street John Peel
 
Feb 10 Banklands Banklands Youth Club
 

 
Feb 13 Workington Workington College Of Further Education - Exhibition Hall Confucius [formerly Hideaway's from Liverpool] Sabbath performed at a ‘Valentine Dance’ in this Cumberland county town. It was this in region (which included towns like Carlisle) where Sabbath had earned much of its initial grassroots support.
Feb 13
 
BLACK SABBATH - the debut album, is released
 
Their debut album is released!
Mar 4 Koln (Cologne) Kouzenthans
 
Unconfirmed
Mar 8 Bletchley Bletchley Youth Centre - Derwent Dr. (Bucks) Writing On The Wall
 
Mar 9 London 'Atomic Sunrise' Festival - The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Monday, March 9th: Quintessence, Gypsy, Black Sabbath. Tuesday March 10th: Marsha Hunt, Audience, Alexis Korner. Wednesday March 11th: David Bowie (with ‘The Hype’), Genesis Thursday March 12th: Graham Bond, Clark Hutchinson Band, Juicy Lucy. Friday March 13th: Brian Auger, Formerly Fat Harry, Hawkwind. Saturday March 14th: Third Ear Band, Liverpool Scene, Kevin Ayers & The Whole World. Sunday March 15th: Arthur Brown, Mighty Baby, Jackie Lomax & Heavy Jelly, Peter Straker & Hair Band, Principal Edwards Magic Theater. 7-night festival; Sabbath played the 1st night.
Mar 11 Birmingham Mother's Club At Erdlington - High Street
 

 
Mar 13 London The Marquee
 

 
Mar 14 Manchester University Stack Waddy
 
Mar 15 Bradford St. George's Hall Blodwyn Pig (HL)
 
Mar 16 London The Marquee Grisby Dyke & Straight Lace
 
Mar 18
 
Oxfam Dance - The Cosmo Andromeda (HL) Charity gig
Mar 19 London Hounds - Duke's Head, East Ham
 

 
Mar 22 Birmingham Holy Child School
 

 
Mar 25 Birmingham Mother's Club At Erdlington - High Street Grisby Dyke & Straight Lace
 
Mar 28 London The Temple Gypsy, Sour Milk Sea Billed as "All Nighter" show from 9 PM to 6 AM.
Mar 29 London Free Easter Festival - Victoria Park, Bethnal Green Original scheduled lineup: John Lennon and Yoko Ono (HL), Amazing Grace, The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, Agula (?), Curved Air, J.J. Jackson's Dilemma, Alan Rushton, The Scratch Orchestra, Shy Limbs, Spontaneous Music Ensemble, Sunflower Brass Band, Toe Fat, Bruce Turner.

Lineup listed in 2nd ad: Black Sabbath, Liverpool Scene, Toe Fat [featuring Ken Hensley of Uriah Heep] and The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
Cancelled? Festival organized by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Mar 30 Hamburg 'Pop & Blues Festival' - Ernst Merck Halle Renaissance (HL), Greatest Show On Earth, Warm Dust, Steamhammer, Groundhogs, Flaming Youth, Killing Floor, Sphinx Tush, The Nice (featuring Keith Emerson) and others.
 
Mar 31 Workington Banklands Youth Club
 

 
Apr 3 West Croydon The Happy Star Hotel - Broad Green White Lightning
 
Apr 5 London The Lyceum Steamhammer (HL}, Gin House, Flare, Anne Nightingale [Radio I DJ]
 
Apr 8 Birmingham Mother's Club At Erdlington - High Street
 
Cancelled
Apr 10 Stoke-On-Trent King's Hall Juicy Lucy
 
Apr 11 Folkestone Tofts
 

 
Apr 12 Epping Groovesville Wake Arms No opening act listed
 
Apr 16 London Empire Rooms - Tottenham Court Rd. (Warren St.) Hardin And York, Van der Graaf Generator Kilburn Polytechnic S.U. Charity Week Dance
Apr 17 Plymouth Van Dike
 

 
Apr 18 London The Pied Bull - Islington
 

 
Apr 19 Croydon Fox At Greyhound
 
Cancelled
Apr 19 Crawley Thomas Bennet School - Tillgate Stray, Clark Hutchinson, Dr. Strangely Strange, Boris and a few local bands Cancelled
Apr 19 Darlington Civic Theater
 

 
Apr 20 London The Pied Bull - Islington
 

 
Apr 21 Birmingham Town Hall The Egg
 
Apr 22 Watford The Top Rank Suite Caravan
 
Apr 23 Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Mayfair Ballroom Taste
 
Apr 24 Crawley Arts Lab
 
Unconfirmed
Apr 25 Essen 2nd Pop And Blues Festival Renaissance, Keef Hartley Band, Hardin And York, Marsha Hunt, Groundhogs, Flock, Rhinoceros, Taj Mahal, Ten Wheel Drive 2-day festival show
Apr 26 London John Peel's 'Sunday Show' (Radio Session) Medicine Head
 
Apr 26 London Royal Albert Hall
 
Cancelled
Apr 27 Montreux Galas de la Rose d'Or - Montreux Casino Antoine, Jeannie Bennett, Nimo Ferrer, Flirtation, R.B. Greaves, Half-a-Crown, Kathy Kovacs, Ashton Gardner & Dyke, New York Rock & Roll Ensemble Unconfirmed
May 2 Portsmouth Student's Union - St. Paul's College Image [comedy act]
 
May 2 High Wycombe Hellfire Cavern
 
Allegedly taped for German TV
May 3 Richmond The Castle
 
Cancelled
May 3 Godalming Angel
 

 
May 4 Paris Recording Session for TV and Radio
 

 
May 7 Scarborough Top Spot
 

 
May 8 Leicester IL Rondo
 

 
May 9 Bradford Bradford University
 

 
May 10 Redcar Redcar Jazz Club
 

 
May 13 Walsall Whiskey Villa Club - Hatherton Hall, Freer Street No opening act listed Possibly two sets
May 14 London The Marquee Bakerloo
 
May 15 Twickenham Eel Pie Island Tiny Clanger
 
May 16 Salisbury Alexis Disco
 

 
May 17 Leamington Spa Jephson Gardens Pavilion Galliard
 
May 18 Romford King's Head - Market Place Ipsissimus
 
May 19 Surbiton Surbiton Assembly Rooms
 

 
May 20 Tonypandy
 
Unconfirmed Unconfirmed
May 21 Bournemouth The Ritz
 

 
May 22 Hilversum DOEBIDOE Dutch TV Performance
 
Although we know for sure that this TV performance took place, no footage is known to exist.
May 22 Glamorgan Blackwood
 
Cancelled?
May 23 East Sussex Whitsun / 'Bank Holiday' Festival - Plumpton Racecourse - Lewes Ginger Baker's Air Force (HL), Richie Havens (HL), Julie Driscoll, Hard Meat, King Crimson, Christine Perfect [aka Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac], Judas Jump, Keith Tippet Group, Fairfield Parlour, Chicken Shack, Roy Harper, Savoy Brown, Warm Dust, Gracious, Audience, Van Der Graff Generator, May Blitz, Maple Oak, Poppa Ben Hook, Jan Dukes De Grey
 
May 23 Ewell Ewell Technical College Caravan (HL), Mobius, Aural Plasma Lights and sounds from BC (DJ?)
 
May 23
 
Tarx Club - Potters Bar
 
Cancelled
May 24 Turnstall Golden Torch
 
Evening show
May 24 Newcastle-under-Lyme Hollywood Festival - Madeley - Leycett, Finney Green Afternoon Show: Colosseum (HL), Free, Quintessence, Wildmouth. [Sabbath were the 2nd act to play, according to the order shown in ad for the show]

Other bands that performed at this festival included: Mungo Jerry, Family, Ginger Baker's Airforce, Traffic, Jose Feliciano, Grateful Dead, Screaming Lord Sutch, Black Widow, Trader Home, Shag Rat, Alice Cooper, Demon Fuzz, The James Gang, The Flying Burrito Brothers.
Afternoon show
May 25 Bremen 'Beat Club' - German TV Rare Bird, Jody Grind, Blodwyn Pig, Renaissance, Canned
Heat
Filmed for German TV - "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Black Sabbath"
May 28 Swindon McIlroy's
 

 
May 28 Spennymoor
 

 
Cancelled
May 29 Cambridge Corn Exchange
 

 
May 30 Malvern Malvern Winter Gardens
 

 
May 31 Cleethorpes Cleethorpes Winter Gardens
 

 
Jun 1
 
BLACK SABBATH released in the U.S.
 
BLACK SABBATH released in the U.S.
Jun 2 London "Extravaganza '70" - Olympia National Hall Afternoon Show: Status Quo, Stuart Henry
Evening Show: Wild Angels, Black Sabbath
Festival show
Jun 5 Glasgow Temple Of Peace Family, Chicken Shack Beginning of short tour with Family and Chicken Shack.
Jun 6 Edinburgh Usher Hall Family, Chicken Shack
 
Jun 7 Epping Groovesville Wake Arms
 

 
Jun 8 Aberdeen Music Hall Family, Chicken Shack
 
Jun 10 London Fox On The Hill - Denmark Hill, SE5 Bob Stevens, D.J.
 
Jun 12 Lancaster University Of Lancaster
 

 
Jun 13 Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Mayfair Ballroom
 

 
Jun 14 Croydon Fox At Greyhound - Park Lane Bob Stevens D.J.
 
Jun 15 Cambridge Churchill College
 

 
Jun 16
 
PARANOID recording sessions
 
Recording sessions for Paranoid began on this day and concluded on the 21st
Jun 21 Frankfurt Open Air Rock Circus - Radstadion Deep Purple (HL), The Byrds, Family, Black Sabbath, Edgar Broughton Band, Steamhammer, Badfinger, Chicken Shack, Jackie Lomax, Chuck Berry, Nosferatu, Lord Sutch.
 
Jun 22 Essen Hamburg Big Gig Festival - Klein Flottbek - Derby Colosseum, Family, Rare Bird, Humble Pie, Uriah Heep, Gentle Giant
 
Jun 25 Kiel
 

 
Rescheduled for 7/5?
Jun 26 West Berlin Audimax der Freien Universität - Henry-Ford-Bau Frumpy (ex-City Preachers), Hairy Chapter
 
Jun 27 Langelsheim The Beat Club
 

 
Jun 28 Ciney Wallon
 

 
Jul 4 Southport Margate Dreamland
 

 
Jul 5 Kiel 'Progressive Pop Festival' - Ostseehalle (East Sea Hall) Hardin & York, Groundhogs, Frumpy, Sphinx, Tush, Tomorrow's Gift, Beautique In Corporation Progressive Pop Festival. 2-day festival show.
Jul 8 London The Marquee Harry The Horse
 
Jul 10 München (Munich) Euro Pop A-Z Musik Festival - Olympia Eisstadion am Oberwiesenfeld July 10th: Krokodil [6-6:20 pm], Mighty Baby [6:30-7:30 pm], Status Quo [7:15-7:45 pm], Brinsley Schwarz [8:00-8:30 pm], Hard Meat [8:45-9:15 pm], East Of Eden [9:30-10 pm], Black Sabbath [10:15-11 pm], Edgar Broughton [11:15-12 am], Taste (featuring Rory Gallagher) [12:15-1:15 am], Juicy Lucy [1:30-2:15 pm], Jody Grind [2:30-3 am].

July 11th: Out Of Focus [5:30-6 pm], Van der Graaf Generator [6:15-6:45 pm], Amon Duul II [7-7:30 pm], Atomic Rooster [7:45-8:15 pm], Savoy Brown [8:30-9 pm], Free [9:15-9:45 pm], Steamhammer [10-10:30 pm], Traffic [10:45-11:45 pm], Deep Purple [12-1 am], Black Widow [1-1:45 am], Bronco [2-2:30 am].

[Other bands that were advertised included Tyrannosaurus Rex (a.k.a. T-Rex), Hardin And York, Keef Hartley, If, Champion Jack Dupress, Quintessence, Caravan, Golden Earring and Kevin Ayres & The Whole World]
2-day festival show
Jul 11 Lincolnshire Baston Festival
 

 
Jul 16 San Francisco Fillmore West
 
Postponed
Jul 17
 
"Paranoid" single released
 
"Paranoid" is released as a single in the U.K.
Jul 17 San Francisco Fillmore West
 
Postponed
Jul 17 London 'Klooks At The Lyceum' - The Lyceum Ballroom Yes (HL), Uriah Heep, Clark Hutchinston, Big Lil, D.J. Andy Dunkley, First Light Show
 
Jul 18 Dunstable Dunstable Civic
 

 
Jul 18 San Francisco Fillmore West
 
Postponed
Jul 19 San Francisco Fillmore West
 
Postponed
Jul 20 Los Angeles Whiskey A Go Go
 
Postponed
Jul 21 Los Angeles Whiskey A Go Go
 
Postponed
Jul 22 Los Angeles Whiskey A Go Go
 
Postponed
Jul 23 Los Angeles Whiskey A Go Go
 
Postponed
Jul 24 Los Angeles Olympic Theater
 
Postponed
Jul 25 Bishop's Stortford Rhodes Centre
 
Unconfirmed
Jul 25 Lt. Bardfield Barn Club
 

 
Jul 25 Los Angeles Olympic Theater
 
Postponed
Jul 27 Chicago Beavers
 
Postponed
Jul 28 Chicago Beavers
 
Postponed
Jul 29 Chicago Beavers
 
Postponed
Jul 30 Chicago Beavers
 
Postponed
Jul 31 NYC Fillmore East
 
Postponed
Aug 1 NYC Fillmore East
 
Postponed
Aug 3 NYC Fillmore East
 
Postponed
Aug 8 East Sussex Plumpton Race Track - Lewes August 7th (Friday):

Village – D.J. Session (from noon til 3 PM)

Arena - Family (HL), Steamhammer, Groundhogs, Fat Mattress, Rare Bird, D.J., Audience, Clark Hutchinson, Patto, Daddy Longlegs.

August 8th (Saturday):

Village – Chicago Climax Blues Band (HL), Quatermass, Wild Angels, Brethren, T2.

Arena – Taste (HL), Hardin-York, Jackson Heights, Black Sabbath [8-8:45 PM], Keef Hartley, Peter Green, East Of Eden, Granny’s “New” Intentions, Magna Carta, Strawbs, Cat Stevens, Fotheringay, Gracious, Made In Sweden.

August 9th (Sunday)

Village – Da Da (HL), Chris Barber Band, Wishbone Ash, Caravan.

Arean – Juicy Luicy (HL), Deep Purple, Yes, Hard Meat, Van Der Graaf Generator, D.J., Colosseum, Every Which Way, Chris Barber Band, Turley Richards, Incredible String Band, Trevor Billmuss, Matthew’s Southern Comfort, Burnin’ Red Ivanhoe.
The 10th National Jazz And Blues Festival
Aug 12 Dortmund Fantasio Club
 
Unconfirmed. Rescheduled from 8/26?
Aug 21 Vlaams Jazz Bilzen '70 & Humo VIII (Bilzen Blues And Jazz Festival) Badfinger, Djengis Khan, Burnin' Plague, The Dream, Bismark, Wild Angels, Arthur Conley, The Kinks, Kate's Kennel Kate, Amazing Mistery, Doctor Down Trip, May Blitz, Johny Dover Big Band, Kleptomania, Humblebums, Eddy Boyd, Baba Robert Quintet, Willy Roggeman, Jan Wroblinski, Kevin Ayers & The Whole World, Janos Gonda, Rare Bird, Gunter Hampel Group, Annie Ross, Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie Hubbard, Cat Stevens, Screaming Lord Sutch Bilzen Jazz Festival. 3-day festival (August 21-23).
Aug 22 Tiel Betuwse Popfestival Golden Earring (around 11 pm), The Wild Angels [from U.K.], Arthur Brown and The Gass (around 1:30 am), The Kinks, Cat Stevens, The Dream, May Blitz (didn't play), Bismarck (didn't play) Outdoor festival show
Aug 25 Bielefeld
 

 
Unconfirmed. Rescheduled from 8/27?
Aug 31 Montreux Montreux Casino Taste (HL), The Doors [cancelled], Cactus Rescheduled from 8/30