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Berkeley Community Theater  - Some Art

Berkeley Community Theater - A Performance History

Date Berkeley Community Theater
01 February 1963 A blues trio featruring clarinetist Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
02 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
03 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
08 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
09 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
10 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
15 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
16 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
17 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
22 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
23 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
24 February 1963 Frank "Big Boy" Goudie, Dick Oxtot on bass and Ken Ellis on guitar
18 January 1964 Jimmy Reed, Reverend Gary Davis
22 February 1964 Bob Dylan with guest appearance by Joan Baez - Dylan visits the Jabberwock
25 September 1965 Consumers Co-op Hootnanny emcee'd by Limeliter member Lou Gottlieb. Note that Malvina Reynolds refused to appear on the grounds that "this organisation is supporting a set-up in South Vietnam under the wing of the corrupt and viscious government there".
09 October 1965 Betty Reid, Stanley Franks and others [Consumers Co-op Hootnanny emcee'd by Lou Gottlieb]
22 October 1965 Paul Krassner, Allan Ginsberg, Ed Saunders, Lawrence Ferlinghetti [VDC Benefit]
06 November 1965 Swingle Singers and Jazz Stars, Denny Zeitlin Trio
27 November 1965 Cal Tjader [Benefit for Amigos Anonymous]
03 December 1965 Bob Dylan
04 December 1965 Bob Dylan
25 February 1966 The Byrds, The Dillards
26 February 1966 Eddy Arnold and the Nashville All Stars
04 March 1966 Metropolitan Opera present Madame Butterfly
28 May 1966 Simon and Garfunkel
05 November 1966 Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66
13 January 1967 Mamas and Papas, Grateful Dead (early show only - 30 minute set), Canadian Fuzz (late show only), Jose Feliciano (late show only)
27 January 1967 Timothy Leary
25 February 1967 Peter, Paul and Mary
04 March 1967 Judy Collins
17 March 1967 Glenn Yarborough
30 March 1967 Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Charles Lloyd, Miller Blues Band
01 April 1967 Johnny Rivers Show with 5th Dimension (Show Cancelled)
16 April 1967 Joan Baez, Mimi Farina
18 April 1967 Joan Baez, Mimi Farina
22 April 1967 The Fugs
27 September 1967 Pete Seeger
14 October 1967 Jazz Crusaders, Johnny Otis Show featuring Shuggie Otis, Sweet Salvation
15 October 1967 The Doors, Notes From The Underground, Tom Donahue [Shows at 3pm and 7:30pm]
10 February 1968 Doors, Iron Butterfly
27 April 1968 Buffy Saint-Marie
03 August 1968 The Byrds (with Mike Nesmith), Stone Poneys, Sky Blue
20 September 1968 Grateful Dead (with Vince Delgado), Ace of Cups, Steve Miller
11 October 1968 Pete Seeger
01 November 1968 Phil Ochs, Jerry Rubin, Eldridge Cleaver, Floating Lotus [Pre-Erection Party]
07 November 1968 The End of August at the Hotyel Ozone, Summer War, Dodge City [Film Festival]
30 November 1968 Mothers of Invention
08 February 1969 Charles Lloyd Quartet, Gabor Szabo Quintet, Fourth Way
15 February 1969 Ravi Shankar
16 February 1969 Country Joe and The Fish, Huey Newton (on tape from Prison), Kathleen Cleaver, George Murray, Tom Hayden, Le Ballet Afro-Haiti, Reverend George Johnson & Guitar, Johnny Talbot & De Thangs, Atty Charles Garry, Father Earl Neil, Ray "Masia" Hewitt (LA BPP), Baby Dee reading the poetry of Apprentice "Bunchy" Carter, Films: Off The Pigs, Prelude to Revolution (Evening)
01 March 1969 Theodore Bikel
01 May 1969 Sons of Champlin, Phoenix, Wilderness, Womb plus films
28 May 1969 Buffy Sainte-Marie
15 June 1969 Mike Bloomfield and Nick Gravenites with Southern Comfort, Womb, Marvin Gardens, Joy of Cooking, Last Mile, Lazarus, Helix, Cooking Mama [Benefit for the Alameda Youth Council]
19 October 1969 Doors
22 November 1969 Tim Buckley
19 December 1969 Black Panther Party "Seize the Time"
24 January 1970 Laura Nyro Note: First BCT Show for Bill Graham
31 January 1970 Band Note: 2 Shows
20 February 1970 The Youngbloods, Sons, Lamb
02 April 1970 Moody Blues, Tom Rush
11 April 1970 Richie Havens, Turley Richards
12 April 1970 John Sebastian, Poco
19 April 1970 Frank Zappa, Boz Scaggs
23 April 1970 Jean-Luc Goddard "See You AT Mao"
02 May 1970 Phil Ochs
03 May 1970 Ike and Tina Turner, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Elvin Bishop
06 May 1970 Steppenwolf, Shades of Joy, Osceola (Benefit for the Chosen Few)
29 May 1970 James Taylor, Pentangle
30 May 1970 Jimi Hendrix, Tower Of Power Note: 2 Shows
15 June 1970 Who, Rig
16 June 1970 Who, Rig
30 August 1970 Van Morrison, Sea Train, John Lee Hooker
27 September 1970 Ike & Tina Turner Revue with The Ikettes & Kings of Rhythm Band, Boz Skaggs
16 October 1970 Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Kris Kristofferson, Clover
17 October 1970 Jethro Tull, Charles Lloyd
29 October 1970 James Taylor, Carol King, Section
13 November 1970 Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band, The Cockettes
15 November 1970 Leonard Cohen and The Army
18 November 1970 Derek & The Dominos, Toe Fat
19 November 1970 Derek & The Dominos, Toe Fat
21 November 1970 Ten Years After, Mylon
22 November 1970 James Taylor, Odetta Note: 2 Shows
20 December 1970 Laura Nyro, Jackson Browne
29 January 1971 Byrds, John Hartford
31 January 1971 Neil Young, John Hammond
13 February 1971 Van Morrison, Elvin Bishop
15-Feb-71 Mama Cass and Dave Mason, Larry Coryell and his Group
11 March 1971 Savoy Brown, Grease Band, Rod Stewart/Small Faces
27 March 1971 Steve Miller Blues Band
28 March 1971 Taj Mahal, Brewer & Shipley, Lamb
10 May 1971 Stanley Turrentine, The Fourth Way
20 June 1971 Jethro Tull, Livingston Taylor
24 June 1971 Leon Russell, Freddie King
30 June 1971 Cat Stevens, Taj Mahal
17 July 1971 Lee Michaels, Brewer & Shipley, Jackie Lomax
18 July 1971 Emerson Lake & Palmer, Humble Pie, Edgar Winter/White Trash
30 July 1971 Joy of Cooking, Leo Kottke, Commander Cody [produced by Jolly Blue Giant]
01 August 1971 Rod Stewart and the Faces, Matthew's Southern Comfort
14 August 1971 Grateful Dead, New Riders Of The Purple Sage
15 August 1971 Grateful Dead, New Riders Of The Purple Sage
20 August 1971 Stephen Stills
20 August 1971 Stephen Stills
21 August 1971 Stephen Stills
21 August 1971 Stephen Stills
25 August 1971 Mothers Of Invention
25 August 1971 Mothers Of Invention
27 August 1971 Quicksilver Messenger Service, Country Weather, Wayne The Harp (Formerly Aum)
13 September 1971 Led Zeppelin
13 September 1971 Led Zeppelin
14 September 1971 Led Zeppelin
14 September 1971 Led Zeppelin
07 October 1971 Mark-Almond (Cancelled)
14 October 1971 Crosby-Nash, Judee Sill
15 October 1971 Crosby-Nash, Judee Sill
17 October 1971 Gordon Lightfoot (replacing Mark Almond)
17 October 1971 Gordon Lightfoot
05 November 1971 Country Joe, Grootna, Pitchell Players 
07 November 1971 Curtis Mayfield, Big Black
12 November 1971 Joy of Cooking, John Fahey [Jolly Blue Giant Presents]
16 November 1971 Melanie
16 November 1971 Melanie
24 November 1971 Cat Stevens, Mimi Farina & Tom Jans
29 November 1971 Cat Stevens, Mimi Farina, Tom Jones
04 December 1971 Youngbloods (promoted by the Jolly Blue Giant)
31 December 1971 Boz Scaggs, Elvin Bishop, Grootna
28 January 1972 Joy of Cooking, Stoneground [Farmworkers Benefit]
29 January 1972 Seals and Croft (Cancelled)
26 February 1972 Laura Nyro
26 February 1972 Laura Nyro
26 February 1972 Laura Nyro
27 February 1972 Kinks, Badfinger
28 February 1972 Angela Davis Benefit
03 March 1972 Van Morrison, Copperhead, David Blue
08 March 1972 Savoy Brown, Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry
11 March 1972 Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne
19 March 1972 Don McLean
19 March 1972 Don McLean
30 March 1972 West-Bruce-Laing, Malo
14 April 1972 Deep Purple, Buddy Miles, Atlanta Rhythm Section
22 April 1972 Richie Havens, Jimmy Spheeris
18 June 1972 Cheech & Chong, Mahavishnu Orchestra
30 June 1972 Procol Harum, Eagles, Lamb
21 July 1972 Stephen Stills Note: Manassas
22 July 1972 Stephen Stills Note: Manassas
23 July 1972 Stephen Stills Note: Manassas
04 August 1972 Allman Brothers Band, Black Oak Arkansas Note: 2 Shows
05 August 1972 Yes, Edgar Winter
14 August 1972 Jeff Beck, Argent
17 August 1972 Leon Russell
17 August 1972 Leon Russell
18 August 1972 Leon Russell
18 August 1972 Leon Russell
21 August 1972 Grateful Dead
21 August 1972 Grateful Dead
22 August 1972 Grateful Dead
22 August 1972 Grateful Dead
24 August 1972 Grateful Dead
24 August 1972 Grateful Dead
25 August 1972 Grateful Dead
25 August 1972 Grateful Dead
26 August 1972 Kinks, Dr. Hook & The Medecine Show
08 September 1972 Humble Pie, Frank Biner Band
10 September 1972 Stevie Wonder
10 September 1972 Stevie Wonder
22 September 1972 Jerry Garcia, Merle Saunders
28 September 1972 Pink Floyd
28 September 1972 Pink Floyd
01 October 1972 George Carlin, Kenny Rankin
02 October 1972 Cat Stevens, Ramblin' Jack Elliot Note: 2 Shows
08 October 1972 James Gang
08 October 1972 James Gang
14 October 1972 Jazz Crusaders, Johnny Otis, Sweet Salvation
21 October 1972 Elton John, Family
22 October 1972 Gordon Lightfoot
22 October 1972 Gordon Lightfoot
24 October 1972 Savoy Brown, Uriah Heep, Hemlock
29 October 1972 James Taylor Note: 2 Shows
04 November 1972 Randy Newman, Jesse Colin Young
09 November 1972 Mahavishnu Orchestra, Joe Walsh/Barnstorm
18 November 1972 Hollies
03 December 1972 Roy Buchanan, Alice Stuart
02 March 1973 Blood Sweat & Tears, Bruce Springsteen
04 March 1973 Stevie Wonder, Finnegan & Wood
10 March 1973 America, J.D. Souther
11 March 1973 America, John David Souther
14 March 1973 Seals & Croft, England Dan & John Ford Coley
15 March 1973 Seals & Crofts, England Dan & John Ford Cooley
17 March 1973 Better Midler
18 March 1973 Bette Midler Note: 2 Shows
31 March 1973 John Denver
08 April 1973 Santana, Bobby Womack (only Late Show) Note: 2 Shows
04 May 1973 Loggins & Messina, Sandy Denny Note: 2 Shows
18 May 1973 Carlos Santana
02 June 1973 Procol Harum
15 June 1973 Donovan
16 June 1973 Eagles, King Crimson
29 June 1973 Focus, Leo Kottke
17 July 1973 Savoy Brown, ZZ Top
05 September 1973 Santana, Mahavishnu Orchestra Note: 2 Shows
14 September 1973 Pointer Sisters, Martin Mull
27 September 1973 Bette Midler
27 September 1973 Bette Midler
28 September 1973 Bette Midler
28 September 1973 Bette Midler
29 September 1973 Bette Midler
29 September 1973 Bette Midler
30 September 1973 Bette Midler
30 September 1973 Bette Midler
16 November 1973 Mahavishnu Orchestra, Section Note: 2 Shows
23 November 1973 Neil Young, Grin
15 December 1973 Loggins & Messina, Billy Joel Note: 2 Shows
18 January 1974 Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt Notes: 2 shows with Linda Ronstadt replacing Dave Mason
24 January 1974 Gordon Lightfoot, Casey Kelly
16 February 1974 Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention, Casey Kelley
01 March 1974 Joni Mitchell, Tom Scott & LA Express
02 March 1974 Joni Mitchell, Tom Scott & LA Express
22 March 1974 John Prine, Leo Kottke
29 March 1974 Herbie Hancock Note: Cancelled show
09 June 1974 Eagles, Billy Joel
16 June 1974 Jesse Colin Young, Janis Ian
21 June 1974 ZZ Top
21 June 1974 ZZ Top
30 June 1974 Slade
30 June 1974 Slade
18 August 1974 Herbie Hancock, Weather Report
25 August 1974 Black Oak Arkansas, Brownsville Station, Stampeders
31 August 1974 Souther-Hillman-Furay, Hoyt Axton
20 September 1974 Uriah Heep, Suzi Quatro
25 September 1974 Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt
27 October 1974 Harry Chapin, David Bromberg
09 November 1974 Randy Newman, Ry Cooder
10 November 1974 Fairport Convention, Ozark Mountain Daredevils
07 December 1974 Loggins & Messina, Honk Note: 2 Shows
08 December 1974 Donovan
08 December 1974 Donovan
22 January 1975 Genesis
22 January 1975 Genesis
06 February 1975 Linda Ronstadt, Roger McGuinn
13 March 1975 Nektar, Pavlov's Dog
14 March 1975 Jesse Colin Young, Leo Kottke Note: 2 Shows
10 April 1975 Gordon Lightfoot Note: 2 Shows
13 April 1975 Don McLean, Lori Lieberman
19 April 1975 Chick Corea, Larry Coryell
02 May 1975 John Prine
02 May 1975 John Prine
03 May 1975 Jackson Browne, Phoebe Snow
04 May 1975 Weather Report, Billy Cobham
11 May 1975 Kraftwerk
11 May 1975 Kraftwerk Note: Cancelled show
27 July 1975 Stephen Stills
27 July 1975 Stephen Stills
06 September 1975 George Carlin, Steve Goodman Note: Bread & Roses Benefit
03 October 1975 Jerry Jeff Walker, Roger McGuinn, Tracy Nelson
01 November 1975 Paul Williams, Mike Neon
02 November 1975 Scotland On Parade Note: Cancelled show
07 December 1975 K.C. & The Sunshine Band, Lenny Williams Note: Cancelled show
21 December 1975 Bette Midler
21 December 1975 Bette Midler
22 December 1975 Bette Midler
22 December 1975 Bette Midler
23 December 1975 Bette Midler
23 December 1975 Bette Midler
28 December 1975 Todd Rundgren
28 December 1975 Todd Rundgren Note: Cancelled show
31 December 1975 Montrose, Elvin Bishop, Yesterday & Today
23 January 1976 Michael Murphy, Terry Garthwaite Note: Cancelled show
06 March 1976 Dan Fogelberg, Fool's Gold
07 March 1976 Queen, Yesterday & Today
08 March 1976 Jesse Colin Young, Bonnie Raitt Note: Tom Hayden Benefit
02 April 1976 Billy Cobham/George Duke, Larry Coryell
10 April 1976 Kenny Rankin, Tom Rush
12 April 1976 Roy Buchanan Note: Cancelled show
23 April 1976 Chick Corea
23 April 1976 Chick Corea
24 April 1976 Leo Kottke, Sandy Bull
29 April 1976 Genesis
29 April 1976 Genesis
02 May 1976 Leo Kottke, Sandy Bull
08 May 1976 Weather Report Note: Cancelled show
29 May 1976 Roy Buchanan, Firefall
31 July 1976 Todd Rundgren, Man
02 November 1976 Neil Young Note: 2 Shows
12 November 1976 Patty Smith & Sparks
26 November 1976 Jesse Colin Young, Tom Waits
27 November 1976 Jesse Colin Young, Tom Waits
30 November 1976 Lou Reed
17 December 1976 Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clarke
31 December 1976 Tubes Note: 2 Shows
18 February 1977 Pablo Cruise, Billy Joel
11 March 1977 Phoebe Snow, Jonathan Edwards
02 April 1977 Chick Corea Note: 2 Shows
13 April 1977 Iggy Pop, Blondie
25 April 1977 Tangerine Dream, Laserium
26 April 1977 Emmylou Harris, Country Joe
02 May 1977 Kenny Rankin Note: Cancelled show
21 May 1977 Leo Kottke, Leon Redbone
01 June 1977 Bay City Rollers
15 July 1977 Leo Sayer, Melissa Manchester
05 August 1977 Al Stewart, Steve Seskin
06 October 1977 Billy Joel, Rubinoos Note: Cancelled show
07 October 1977 Billy Joel, Southside Johnny with Billy Joel replacing Greg Kihn)
08 October 1977 Steely Dan Note: Cancelled show
13 October 1977 Shakti/John McLaughlin, Gary Burton, Moro
04 November 1977 Nektar, Lake, City Boy
05 November 1977 Gato Barbieri Note: Cancelled show
13 November 1977 Randy Newman, John McEwen
20 November 1977 Firefall, Jesse Winchester
03 December 1977 Steve Martin, John Sebastian Note: 2 Shows
31 December 1977 Tubes, Leila & The Snakes Note: 2 Shows
04 March 1978 Hubert Laws, Noel Pointer
19 March 1978 Stanley Clarke Note: Cancelled show
14 April 1978 Art Garfunkel, James Lee Stanley
21 May 1978 Thor Note: Cancelled show
26 May 1978 Stanley Clarke, John McLaughlin/One Truth Band
01 June 1978 Al DiMeola, Renaissance
14 June 1978 Little Feat, John Hall
21 June 1978 Kinks, Toby Beau
30 June 1978 Bruce Springsteen
01 July 1978 Bruce Springsteen
08 July 1978 Warren Zevon Note: Cancelled show
06 October 1978 Al Stewart Note: Cancelled show
03 November 1978 Hall & Oates, City Boy
04 November 1978 Arlo Guthrie, Shenandoah Note: Cancelled show
19 November 1978 Funkadelic, Brides Of Funkenstein
24 November 1978 Peter Gabriel, Jules & The Polar Bears
25 November 1978 Pablo Cruise, Mark/Almond Band
26 November 1978 Weather Report
02 December 1978 Jean Luc-Ponty, George Stovis
07 February 1979 Clash, Bo Diddley, Pearl Harbor & The Explosions
09 February 1979 Elvis Costello, Rubinoos
10 February 1979 Elvis Costello, Rubinoos
12 March 1979 Jimmy Buffett, Goodman Brose
03 May 1979 Robert Gordon, Cornell Hurd
19 June 1979 Renaissance, Tim Weisberg
07 July 1979 Ian Hunter Band, Nick Gilder, John Hiatt
30 August 1979 Robert Palmer Note: Cancelled show
02 September 1979 Poco, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Note: Cancelled show
09 September 1979 Stanley Clarke, Lee Ritenour
13 September 1979 Jean-Luc Ponty
22 September 1979 Elton John
22 September 1979 Elton John
23 September 1979 Elton John
24 September 1979 Elton John
13 October 1979 Randy Hansen's Machine Gun, Yesterday & Today, Rock Island
21 October 1979 Van Morrison, Huey Lewis & American Express
01 November 1979 Little River Band, Tom Johnston Band
08 November 1979 Robert Palmer, Lauren Wood, Jo Allan & The Shapes
25 November 1979 Jean-Luc Ponty, Mel Martin & Listen
08 December 1979 Dan Fogelberg
28 December 1979 Devo, Beat, The, Dove
23 February 1980 Weather Report
02 April 1980 Robin Trower, Shooting Star
24 May 1980 Eddie Money, Rubinoos, Beat, The Note: Judge Barsotti Benefit
14 November 1980 Jean-Luc Ponty, David Grisman Quintet
27 January 1981 Specials, Go Go's Note: Cancelled show
11 April 1982 Rickie Lee Jones
06 November 1982 Joe Jackson
27 November 1982 Cheap Trick, Novo Combo
16 December 1982 Phil Collins Note: w/ KMEL
16 March 1983 Styx
17 March 1983 Styx
19 March 1983 Styx
20 March 1983 Styx
19 April 1983 Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown, Burning Sensations Note: KALX, KFJC, KUSF
29 April 1983 Return To Forever
30 April 1983 Return To Forever
01 May 1983 Return To Forever
19 August 1983 Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown, Burning Sensations
08 October 1983 X
04 November 1983 Cheap Trick, Zebra
19 November 1983 Stanley Clarke Note: Cancelled show
22 November 1983 Third World, Hiroshima
01 February 1984 Kiss, Vandenberg, Riot
05 June 1984 Laurie Anderson
10 August 1984 Ratt, Fastway, Bronz
06 September 1984 Missing Persons, John Waite
07 September 1984 Echo & The Bunnymen, Fleshtones, Billy Bragg
26 September 1984 Cyndi Lauper, Hard Attack
27 October 1984 Grateful Dead
28 October 1984 Grateful Dead
30 October 1984 Grateful Dead
31 October 1984 Grateful Dead
02 November 1984 Grateful Dead
03 November 1984 Grateful Dead
04 November 1984 Scandal/Patty Smyth
25 November 1984 Santana
04 December 1984 Toots & The Maytalls, Vision
08 December 1984 Krokus, W.a.s.p., Helix
29 January 1985 Bryan Adams, Eddie & The Tide
09 March 1985 Grateful Dead
10 March 1985 Grateful Dead
12 March 1985 Grateful Dead
13 March 1985 Grateful Dead
25 May 1985 Joan Armitrading
26 May 1985 Joan Armitrading
31 August 1985 Nina Hagen, Pandoras
19 October 1985 Jimmy Cliff
22 November 1985 Huey Lewis & The News, American Dream Machine Note: Benefit
23 November 1985 Huey Lewis & The News, Nick Lowe Note: Benefit
01 March 1986 Jackson Browne, Whoopi Goldberg Note: East Bay Sancturary Covenant Benefit
02 March 1986 Jackson Browne, Sangre Machehual Note: East Bay Sancturary Covenant Benefit
07 March 1986 Laurie Anderson
18 April 1986 Grateful Dead Note: Rex Benefit
19 April 1986 Grateful Dead Note: Rex Benefit
21 April 1986 Grateful Dead Note: Rex Benefit
22 April 1986 Grateful Dead Note: Rex Benefit
27 April 1986 50th Anniversary Spanish Civil War Note: Living History Benefit
04 October 1986 Jimmy Cliff, Rhyth-o-matics
08 November 1986 New Order, Until December
14 November 1986 Fela Anikulapo Kuti
13 December 1986 General Public, Buddy System
31 December 1986 Ready For The World, Oran "Juice" Jones
24 February 1987 Human League, Apb
27 February 1987 Paul Simon
28 February 1987 Paul Simon
09 March 1987 Jackson Browne Note: Sanctuary Benefit. w/ Avocado Prod.
11 November 1987 Warren Zevon, X
13 November 1987 Jimmy Cliff, David Lindley, El Rayo-X
03 December 1987 Squeeze, Silencers
19 April 1988 Kinks, Toniok
04 May 1988 Love & Rockets, Mighty Lemon Drops
04 June 1988 Dan Fogelberg, Magical Strings Note: Moved From Greek
21 September 1988 Ziggey Marley, Looters
24 September 1988 Tangerine Dream, Andy Summers
11 November 1988 Souxsie & The Banshees, Paul Nathan (magician)
12 November 1988 Aswad, Yellowman w/Sagittarius Band, Israel Vibration/Peter Broggs Note: Reggaefest '88. Peter Broggs w/Kalabash
17 December 1988 Steve Miller
07 February 1989 Stryper, Jet Boy Note: Moved To Fillmore Aud Note: Cancelled show
23 March 1989 Duran Duran
18 April 1989 Lou Reed, Feelies, The
19 April 1989 Lou Reed, Feelies, The
27 April 1989 Mike & The Mechanics, Escape Club
19 May 1989 Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, Steve Forbert
25 May 1989 Evening Of Gospel Music Note: In Concert Against Aids: Walter Hawkins & Love Center, Choir; Glide Ensemble; Childrens Choir 3rd Baptist Church; Voices Of Evergreen; Leona Giles Note: Cancelled show
23 June 1989 Bonnie Raitt, Richard Thompson
02 November 1989 Jean-Luc Ponty, Suzanne Ciani Note: Moved From The Paramount Theatre