Reunion Tours 1981

JAN & DEAN with the Bel-Air Bandits
By Mark A. Moore
Author of The Jan & Dean Record

Concerts and Appearances — A work in progress . . .

Jan & Dean, 1981
JAN & DEAN Onstage with the BEL AIR BANDITS in 1981 — From Left to Right: JAN BERRY, Drummer DANNY DeHART (Whose Birthday Surprise included a Pie in Face), road manager ALAN SHAPIRO, and DEAN TORRENCE — DANNY DeHART passed away on June 24, 1998, after a painful fight with cancer — (Courtesy James Armstrong)

1981

March

12 – Raincross Square, Riverside, California

19 – College of the Desert, Palm Desert, California

29 – Holiday Inn, Melbourne Oceanfront, Melbourne, Florida

May

2 – Disneyland, Anaheim, California

4-17 – Harrah’s, Stateline Cabaret , Lake Tahoe, California

19-31 – Harrah’s, Casino Cabaret, Reno, Nevada

June

7 – Circle Star Theater, San Carlos, California

14 – Oakdale Musical Theater, Wallingford, Connecticut

16 – Ontario Place, Toronto, Canada

17 – Savoy, New York City

19 – Garden State Art Center, Holmdel, New Jersey

20 – Busch Gardens Amusement Park, Williamsburg, Virginia

22 – Derby Dinner Playhouse, Clarksville, Indiana

23 – Holiday Star Theater, Merrillville, Indiana

25-26 – Summerfest, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

28 – Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

29 – Detroit, Michigan

30 – Front Row Theater, Cleveland, Ohio

July

3-4 – Fenwick Inn, Ocean City, Maryland

5 – The Queen Mary, Long Beach, California, with the Beach Boys, Pablo Cruise, Rick Springfield, and Three Dog Night (KTLA, nationally televised). Hosted by KHTZ’s Charlie Tuna and Wolfman Jack.

7 – Western Swing, Houston, Texas

8 – Cotton-Eyed Joe’s, Houston, Texas

9 – Tulsa, Oklahoma

10 – Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, Missouri

16 – Hampton Casino, Hampton Beach, New Hampshire

17 – Meadowlands Racetrack, Trackside Park, East Rutherford, New Jersey

20 – Melody Fair, North Tonawanda, New York

21 – Club Bene, Sayreville, New Jersey

22-23 – Valley Forge Music Fair, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

24 – Orange County Fair, Middletown, New York

25 – Knoxville, Tennessee

26 – Beef & Boards, Cincinnati, Ohio

27-28 – Beef & Boards, Indianapolis, Indiana

29-30 – ChicagoFest, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois

Rochester, New York

New York City

August

1 – Columbia, Maryland

2 – Warwick Music Tent, Warwick, Rhode Island

3-4 – Westbury Music Festival, Westbury, New York

5 – Club Bene, Sayreville, New Jersey

6 – West Port, Connecticut

8 – Monroe County Fair, Dome Center Fairgrounds, Rochester, New York

10-11 – San Jose County Fair, San Jose, California

15 – Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia, California

18-19 – Coquitlam, Canada

20 – Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington

21 – Lynden Fair, Lynden, Washington

22 – Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon

29 – Symphony Hall, Phoenix, Arizona

31 – Denver, Colorado

San Francisco, California

September

2 – Tulsa, Oklahoma

3 – Du Quoin State Fair, Du Quoin, Illinois

5 – Fryar Stadium, Fort Campbell, Kentucky – (Kool Super Nights)

8 – Hedrick Stadium, Fort Bragg, North Carolina – (Kool Super Nights)

11 – McDonald Arena, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri

17 – Gowdy Field, Fort Benning, Georgia – (Kool Super Nights)

18 – Fort Bliss, Texas, sponsored by the Fort Bliss Music and Theater Branch – (Kool Super Nights)

23-26 – Foxfire Inn, Harbor Bay Plaza, Sewall’s Point, Florida

27 – Agora Ballroom, Hallandale, Florida

Memphis, Tennessee

Atlanta, Georgia

Tampa, Florida

October

3 – My Father’s Place, Roslyn, Long Island, New York – (recording became the basis for the 2-LP set One Summer Night / Live, Rhino 1982)

 

© Mark A. Moore. All rights reserved.

 

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