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'The Jackson 5 'First National Tour was the first official tour for the Jackson 5 on their recording lable Motown. The tour began in Philadelphia and ended in Jacksonville.

Tour DatesEdit

May 2, 1970 - Philadelphia, Civic Center

June 19, 1970 - San Francisco, Cow Palace

June 20, 1970 - Inglewood, The Forum

0ctober 9, 1970 - Boston, Boston Garden

October 10, 1970 - Cincinnati, Cincinnati Gardens

October 11, 1970 - Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum

October 16, 1970 - New York City, Madison Square Garden

October 17, 1970 - Detroit, Olympia Stadium

October 18, 1970 - Chicago, International Amphitheater

November 28, 1970 - Rochester, Rochester War Memorial Arena

December 27, 1970 - Chalotte, Charlotte Coliseum

December 28, 1970 - Greensboro, Greensboro Coliseum Complex

December 29, 1970 - Nashville, Nashville Municipal Auditorium

December 30, 1970 - Jacksonville, Jacksonville Coliseum

CancellationsEdit

  • November 26, 1970: Buffalo, New York; CANCELLED (Due to death threats put on Michael Jackson's life).

Set ListEdit

  1. Stand!
  2. I Want You Back
  3. ABC
  4. Feelin' Alright
  5. Who's Lovin' You
  6. I'll Be There
  7. Mama's Pearl
  8. Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah
  9. Yesterday
  10. Can You Remember
  11. There Was a Time
  12. It's Your Thing
  13. I Found That Girl
  14. Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)
  15. Walk On
  16. The Love You Save

PersonnelEdit

  • Michael Jackson: percussion, vocals
  • Jermaine Jackson: bass, vocals
  • Jackie Jackson: tamborine, percussion, vocals
  • Tito Jackson: guitar, vocals
  • Marlon Jackson: percussion, vocals

Band MembersEdit

  • Keyboards: Ron "Ronnie" Rancifer
  • Drums: Johnny Jackson

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