Destiny World Tour
The Destiny Tour was the debut concert tour by The Jacksons to promote the group's Destiny album. The tour began on January 22, 1979 with their opening concert in Bremen, Germany. They visited 3 conti...
The Smokey Life Tour
The Smokey Life Tour was a concert tour by Leonard Cohen, in support of his album Recent Songs, released in 1979. The name of the tour comes from the song "The Smokey Life", taken from the album.
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Departure Tour
The Departure Tour was a concert tour by the American rock band Journey. The tour was in support of their 1980 album Departure which was their first Top 10 album on the Billboard 200 that peaked at #...
Unmasked Tour
The Unmasked Tour was a 1980 concert tour by the hard rock group Kiss. It was the first tour not to feature original drummer Peter Criss, and the touring debut of his replacement Eric Carr. The Unmask...
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Led Zeppelin – The 1980s, Part One
Led Zeppelin – The 1980s, Part One was a planned autumn 1980 concert tour of North America by the rock band Led Zeppelin. It was scheduled to take place from 17 October through 15 November of that yea...
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Metal for Muthas Tour
The Metal for Muthas Tour was a 1980 concert tour headlined variously by Motörhead, Samson, and Saxon. Supporting the New Wave of British Heavy Metal compilation album Metal for Muthas, the tour featu...
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British Steel Tour
The British Steel Tour was a 1980 concert tour by British heavy metal band Judas Priest, in support of their most recent release, British Steel. During the UK leg of the tour, they were supported by I...
Tour Over Europe 1980
Tour Over Europe 1980 was the last concert tour by the English rock band Led Zeppelin. The tour commenced on 17 June and concluded on 7 July 1980. Ten of the shows on the tour took place in cities thr...
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Zenyatta Mondatta Tour
The Police Zenyatta Mondatta Tour was a 1980–1981 concert tour by the rock band The Police. It was released in support of their third studio album Zenyatta Mondatta.
The Who Tour 1980
The Who Tour 1980 was The Who's second concert tour since the death of original drummer Keith Moon, supporting their 1978 album Who Are You.
Aside from six warm-up shows in Europe, the tour focuse...
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ABBA: The Tour
ABBA: The Tour, later also labelled ABBA in Concert and ABBA: North American and European Tour 1979, was the third and final concert tour by the Swedish pop group, ABBA. Primarily visiting North Ameri...
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Tusk Tour
The Tusk Tour was a world concert tour by the rock group, Fleetwood Mac. The tour began on October 26, 1979 in Pocatello, Idaho and ended on September 1, 1980 in Hollywood, California. The Live album ...
Expect No Quarter Tour
The Expect No Quarter Tour was a concert tour by American rock band ZZ Top. Launched in support of Degüello, the band performed in coliseums from 1979 through 1981. Unlike the previous Worldwide Texas...
Blizzard of Ozz Tour
The Blizzard of Ozz Tour was the 1st concert tour by English heavy metal vocalist Ozzy Osbourne as a solo artist. The tour, which was in support of Ozzy & Randy's debut album Blizzard of Ozz, cove...
Uprising Tour
The Uprising Tour was a concert tour organised to support the album Uprising by Bob Marley & The Wailers. It was Marley's last tour and the biggest music tour of Europe in that year.The tour start...
Boy Tour
The Boy Tour was a concert tour by Irish rock band U2 that took place in 1980 and 1981 to support the band's first studio album, Boy, which was released in October 1980.
The tour consisted of five...
The Game Tour
The Game Tour was a concert tour by the English rock band Queen to support their successful 1980 album The Game. This tour saw the band being the first to play in South American stadiums in early 1981...
Take Me Home Tour (Cher)
The Take Me Home Tour was a concert tour by Cher. The tour's debut was at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas with a huge production and cast put together by Joe Layton, who did the same for Bette Midler's ...
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World Invasion "Party 'til You Die Tour" Tour
The World Invasion Tour was a 1980 concert tour by hard rock band Van Halen to support their third album "Women and Children First". It was dubbed the "Party 'til You Die Tour" by the band. The tour i...
Iron Maiden Tour
The Iron Maiden Tour was a 1980 concert tour by Iron Maiden in support of their eponymous debut album. The band's first solo headlining tour, it followed the co-headlined Metal for Muthas Tour from ea...
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Prince Tour
The Prince Tour was the first concert tour by American recording artist-musician Prince, and supported his second album Prince. The tour started as a headlining club act and played 13 dates before joi...
On Location Tour
The On Location Tour was a concert tour by British rock band Dire Straits of North America, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe, consisting of 115 concerts. The tour started on 22 October 1980 in Vanco...
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Dirty Mind Tour
The Dirty Mind Tour was a concert tour by American recording artist Prince, his second tour in support of his third album Dirty Mind. The tour lasted from late December 1980 until April 1981.
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Back in Black Tour
The Back in Black Tour was the supporting tour for the album Back In Black by the Australian hard rock band AC/DC through 1980 to 1981.
The band transported their own one-ton "Hells Bell" on the...
The River Tour
The River Tour was a concert tour featuring Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band that took place in 1980 and 1981, beginning concurrently with the release of Springsteen's album The River.
The ...
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The Police Around the World Tour
The Police Around the World Tour was a 1977-80 concert tour by The Police. It was the band's first International Tour in countries like Japan, Hong Kong, Greece, Egypt, India, Australia, France, Unit...
In Concert 1980
In Concert 1980 was a concert tour by the British multi-instrumentalist Mike Oldfield.
The In Concert 1980 tour was in promotion of Oldfield's Platinum album.