Reunion Tours 1979-1980

JAN & DEAN with Papa Doo Run Run
By Mark A. Moore, Author of The Jan & Dean Record

Concerts and Appearances — A work in progress . . .

Jan & Dean 1979
JAN & DEAN onstage with actor RICHARD HATCH, ca. 1979 — (Courtesy James Armstrong)

1979

February

9 – Heroes of Rock ‘n’ Roll: A Rockumentary (ABC) — A two-hour documentary on the history of Rock ‘n Roll featuring 83 artists, including Jan & Dean. Writer and Directors: Malcolm Leo and Andrew Solt. Executive Producer: Jack Haley Jr., for Twentieth Century-Fox Television.

March

4 – Roxy Theatre, Hollywood, California (actors Richard Hatch and Bruce Davison joined Jan & Dean onstage for the first show)

12 and 16 – The Mike Douglas Show (recorded October 9-11, 1978)

14 – Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, California

City Yard, San Clemente, California

April

2-3 – Sweetwater, Redondo Beach, California

10 – Deadman’s Curve (CBS) — Film biography of Jan & Dean starring Richard Hatch and Bruce Davison. Second national prime time airing.

21 – The Roxy, San Diego, California

26 – Chico State University, Chico, California

29 – Fresno State University, Fresno, California

May

3 – Cellar Door, Washington, D.C.

4 – Palladium, Dallas, Texas

5 – Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert

5 – Busch Gardens Amusement Park, Three Musketeers Theater, Williamsburg, Virginia

6-7 – Bottom Line, New York City

8 – Fair, Dixson, California

9 – Hard Rock Café, West Hartford, Connecticut

10 – My Father’s Place, Roslyn, Long Island, New York

11 – Stars, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

16 – Dinah! (Dinah Shore show)

16 – Great Southeast Music Hall, Atlanta, Georgia

24 – Harrah’s, Stateline Cabaret, Lake Tahoe, Nevada

25 – Circle Star, San Carlos, California

26 – A Tribute to Jan & Dean, Hosted by Glen Campbell, The Coconut Grove, Los Angeles, California – (television, Jan & Dean’s California Special)

29 – Old Waldorf, San Francisco, California

Paradise Ballroom, Boston, Massachusetts

Civic Center, Redding, California

June

3-4 – Roxy Theatre, Hollywood, California

25 – Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, California

August

1 – Auditorium, Bend, Oregon

4 – Armory, Salem, Oregon

5 – Edgar Brown Stadium, Pasco, Washington

10-16 –Harrah’s, Lake Tahoe, Nevada

18 – Old Chicago Amusement Park, Bolingbrook, Illinois

19 – Palace Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio

20 – Front Row Theater, Cleveland, Ohio

21 – Dutchess County Fair, Rhinebeck, New York

22 – Auditorium Theater, Rochester, New York

24 – Temple University Music Festival, Ambler, Pennsylvania

25 – Great Southeast Music Hall, Atlanta, Georgia

26 – Palladium, Carowinds Amusement Park, Charlotte, North Carolina

28 – Bayou, Washington, D.C. (Georgetown)

29 – Palace Theatre, Greensburg, Pennsylvania

Armory, Pendleton, Oregon

Armory, Astoria, Oregon

September

1 – My Father’s Place, Roslyn, Long Island, New York

2-8 – Disneyland, Anaheim, California

14 – Big Surf USA, Third Annual Beach Party ’79, Phoenix, Arizona

18 – Old Waldorf, San Francisco, California

Fresno State University, Fresno, California

Fairgrounds, Anderson, California

Fairgrounds, Tulare, California

Sports Arena, San Diego, California

October

15 – Mill Run Theatre, Chicago, Illinois

15 – The Midnight Special (“A Salute to Jan & Dean)

22-28 – Harrah’s, Stateline Cabaret, Lake Tahoe, Nevada

31 – Civic Center, Jackson City Expo, Medford, Oregon

November

2 – Paramount Theatre, Portland, Oregon

3 – Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington

6 – Cerritos College, Cerritos, California

8 – The Circle Star, San Carlos, California

Laguna Bowl, Laguna Beach, California

December

21 – The Midnight Special

24-31 – Harrah’s, Stateline Cabaret, Lake Tahoe, Nevada

Jan & Dean 1980
JAN & DEAN at the ONTARIO PLACE FORUM, Toronto, Canada, July 8, 1980

1980

January

18 – Park West, Chicago, Illinois

19 – Old Chicago Amusement Park, Bolingbrook, Illinois

22 – Holiday Star Theatre, Merrillville, Indiana

23 – Palace Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio

24 – Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, Simpsonville, Kentucky — Two members of the Fifth Dimension joined Jan & Dean onstage for the encore “Barbara Ann.”

25 – Front Row Theater, Cleveland, Ohio (Highland Heights)

26 – Palace Theatre, Greensburg, Pennsylvania

27 – Agora, Youngstown, Ohio

29 – Center Stage, Canton, Michigan — Autograph appearance at the Harmony House, Oakland Mall in Troy

February

3 – Linser Hall, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

4 – Rogue’s Gallery, Virginia Beach, Virginia

6 – Agora Ballroom, Atlanta, Georgia

8-9 – Disney World, Orlando, Florida — Magic Kingdom, Valentine Party Nights, World Series of Entertainment

11 – Sunrise Musical Theatre, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

12 – The Other Place (Agora Ballroom), Tampa, Florida

15 – NECAA Convention Center, Washington, D.C. (not open to general public)

March

21– California Fair, Imperial, California

29-31 – Disneyland, Tomorrowland Space Stage, Anaheim, California

Fairgrounds, Colusa, California

La Posada Resort Hotel, Paradise Valley, Arizona

Easter Seals Telethon

April

1-5 – Disneyland, Tomorrowland Space Stage, Anaheim, California

10 – Shrine Mosque, Peoria, Illinois

11 – Masonic Auditorium, Toledo, Ohio

12 – War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee

13 – Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, Missouri

May

9-22 – Harrah’s, Stateline Cabaret, Lake Tahoe, Nevada

25 – Circle Star Theater, San Carlos, California

Dixon May Fair, Dixon, California

June

1 – Circle Star Theater, San Carlos, California

20 – Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, California

July

4 – Plantation Music Park, New Bern, North Carolina

5-6 – Palladium, Carowinds Amusement Park, Charlotte, North Carolina

7 – Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, Simpsonville, Kentucky

8 – Ontario Place Forum, Toronto, Canada

9 – Meadowbrook Music Festival, Rochester, Michigan

10 – Ohio Theater, Columbus, Ohio

11-12 – King’s Dominion Amusement Park, Richmond, Virginia

15 – Temple University Music Festival, Ambler, Pennsylvania

16 – Paradise, Boston, Massachusetts

18 – Auditorium Theater, Rochester, New York

19 – Central Park, New York City

21 – Rogue’s Gallery, Virginia Beach, Virginia

23 – Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, Long Island, New York

25 – Fairgrounds, San Mateo, California

26 – Fairgrounds, Central Point, Oregon

27 – Salem Sun Festival, Fairgrounds, Salem, Oregon

29 – Sunrise Musical Theatre, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

August

1 – Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, Florida

2 – Lakeland Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida

5 – Palo’s Living Room, Grand Rapids, Michigan (cancelled)

7 – Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis, Minnesota

9-10 – Plantation Dinner Theatre, St. Louis, Missouri

11-12 – Mill Run Theatre, Chicago, Illinois

13-14 – Holiday Star Theatre, Merrillville, Indiana

15 – Wolf Trap Park, Vienna, Virginia

16 – Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey

17 – Hot Tin Roof, Edgartown, Massachusetts

21 – Riverside Park, Agawam, Massachusetts

25 – Concord Pavilion, Concord, California

27 – Idaho State Fair, Boise, Idaho

28 – Paramount Theatre, Portland, Oregon

29 – Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington

31 – Disneyland, Anaheim, California

Playpen, Wildwood, New Jersey

Plantation Music Park, New Bern, North Carolina

Paradise, Boston, Massachusetts

September

1-6 – Disneyland, Anaheim, California

7 – Fresno Fair, Fresno, California

December

15-28 – Harrah’s, Stateline Cabaret, Lake Tahoe, Nevada

Portland, Oregon,

Coquitlam, Canada

Phoenix, Arizona

Lynden, Washington

Denver, Colorado

Valencia, California

San Francisco, California

 

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