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The Jackson 5 World Tour was the Jackson 5's fifth world tour promoting their albums Lookin' Through the Windows, Skywriter, G.I.T.: Get It Together, Dancing Machine, and Moving Violation Michael's albums Ben, Music and Me and, Forever, Michael and Jermaine's albums Jermaine and Come Into My Life. The tour started in Oklahoma City on March 2, 1973 and ended in Mexico in December, 1975.

Tour DatesEdit

March 2, 1973 - Oklahoma City, Coliseum


March 3, 1973 - Monroe, Coliseum


March 4, 1973 - Houston, Astrodome


April 27, 1973 - Tokyo (Japan, Japon), Tokyo Imperial Theatre


April 28, 1973 - Hiroshima (Japan, Japon), Yubin Chokin Hall


April 30, 1973 - Osaka (Japan, Japon), Koseinankin Hall


May 1, 1973 - Osaka (Japan, Japon), Festival Hall


May 2, 1973 - Tokyo (Japan, Japon), Budokan


May 5, 1973 - Portland, Coliseum Complex May 6, 1973 - Seattle, Seattle Center Coliseum


May 18, 1973 - Philadelphia, Spectrum


May 19, 1973 - Dayton, Dayton Hara Arena


May 20, 1973 - Columbus, St John Arena


June 23, 1973 - Brisbane, Australia, Brisbane Festival Hall


June 26, 1973 - Melbourne, Australia, Festival Hall


June 29, 1973 - Perth, Australia, Beatie Park


July 1, 1973 - Adelaide, Australia, Apollo Stadium


July 2, 1973 - Sydney, Australia, Hordern Pavilion


July 4, 1973 - Christchurch, New Zealand, Town Hall


July 5, 1973 - Wellington, New Zealand, Athletic Park


July 13, 1973 - Boston, Boston Gardens


July 14, 1973 - New Haven, Veterans Memorial Coliseum


July 15, 1973 - Providence, Civic Center


July 17, 1973 - San Juan, Puerto Rico, Hiram Bithrom Stadium


July 20, 1973 - Pittsburg, Civic Arena


July 21, 1973 - Long Pond, Pocono State Fair


July 22, 1973 - New York, Madison Square Garden


July 24, 1973 - Chicago, International Amphitheatre


July 25, 2973 - Chicago, International Amphtheatre


July 28, 1973 - Detroit, Olympia Stadium


July 29, 1973 - Saratoga, Saratoga Perfect Arts


August 3, 1973 - Richmond, Richmond Coliseum


August 4, 1973 - Hampton, Hampton Roads Coliseum


August 5, 1973 - Baltimore, Civic Center

August 7, 1973 - Greensboro, Greensboro Coliseum


August 8, 1973 - Nashville, Municipal Auditorium

August 10, 1973 - Columbia, Carolina Coliseum


August 11, 1973 - Atlanta, The Omni


August 12, 1973 - Miami, Convention Center


August 17, 1973 - Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum


August 18, 1973 - St Louis, Kiel Auditorium


August 19, 1973 - Indianapolis, State Fair


August 21, 1973 - New Orleans, Municipal Auditorium


August 22, 1973 - Dallas, Memorial Auditorium 


August 24, 1973 - San Francisco, Cow Palace


August 25, 1973 - Fresno, Convention Center


August 27, 1973 - Los Angeles, Forum


August 28, 1973 - Boston, Suffolk Downs


August 29, 1973 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada (Man & His World)

August 31, 1973 - Columbus, State Fair

September 2, 1973 - Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu International Center Arena

Feburary 1, 1974 - Dakar, Senegal Demba Diop Stadium


Feburary 2, 1974 - Dakar, Senegal Theatre National Daniel Sorano


Feburary 3, 1974 -  Dakar, Senegal Theatre National Daniel Sorano

Feburary 22, 1974 -  Houston, Texas Astrodome

Las Vegas concerts include La Toya, Randy, Janet, and then Rebbie.

April 4, 1974 (Opening night)

April 9 - April 23, 1974 (15 shows)

August 21 - September 3, 1974 (14 shows)

November 20 - December 3, 1974 (15 shows)

April 26-28, 1974 -  Lake Tahoe, Nevada Sahara Tahoe Hotel (3 shows)

May 13, 1974 -  Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium

June 22, 1974 - Los Angeles, California Forum ad

June 24 - 30, 1974 - Chicago, Illinois Mill Run Theater (7 shows)

July 8 - 14, 1974 - San Carlos, California Circle Star Theatre (7 shows)

July 15, 1974 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Three Rivers Stadium

July 16, 1974 - Trenton, New Jersey New Jersey State Fair

July 21, 1974 - Richmond, Virginia Coliseum

July 26, 1974 - Buffalo, New York Memorial Auditorium

July 27, 1974 - New York, New York Madison Square Garden

July 29 - August 4, 1974 - Cleveland, Ohio Front Row Theatre (7 shows)

August 6, 1974 - Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Civic Center

August 7, 1974 - New Orleans, Louisiana Auditorium

August 10, 1974 - St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Auditorium

August 11, 1974 - Kansas City, Missouri Municipal Auditorium

August 16, 1974 - St. Paul, Minnesota Civic Center

August 17, 1974 - Spokane, Washington World Expo

August 21 - September 3, 1974 - Las Vegas, Nevada MGM Grand Hotel

Septmeber 5  - October 1, 1974 - South American Tour Panama, Venezuela, Brazil

October 4 - 6, 1974 - Lake Tahoe, Nevada Sahara Tahoe Hotel (3 shows)

October 7 - November 1, 1974 - Far East Tour Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines

November 3, 1974 - Oakland, California Coliseum

November 30 - December 3, 1974 - Las Vegas, Nevada MGM Grand Hotel

Jamuary 1975 -  West Indies Tour

Feburary 7, 1975 - New York, Radio City Music Hall

March 8, 1975 - Kingstone (Jamaica), National Stadium Opening act of Bob Marley & the Wailers

June 11, 1975 - Chicago, Chicago Stadium

July 6, 1975 - Westbury, Music Fair

September 1, 1975 - Mount Vernon, Memorial Stadium

December 1975 - Mexico

Set ListEdit

First Leg (March 2 - March 4, 1973)Edit

  1. We're Gonna Have a Good Time
  2. Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/Mama's Pearl
  3. Lookin' Through the Windows
  4. Rockin' Robin
  5. I'll Be There
  6. Ben
  7. Goin' Back to Indiana/Brand New Thing
  8. Never Can Say Goodbye
  9. Got to Be There
  10. Ain't Nothin' Like the Real Thing
  11. Ain't No Sunshine
  12. Sugar Daddy
  13. Medley: Walk On/The Love You Save
  14. I Wanna Be Where You Are

Second Leg (April 27 - September 2, 1973)Edit

  1. We're Gonna Have a Good Time
  2. Skywriter
  3. Lookin' Through the Windows
  4. Got to Be There
  5. Hallelujah Day
  6. Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save
  7. Daddy's Home
  8. Corner of the Sky
  9. Superstition
  10. Ben
  11. Happy (Love Theme From "Lady Sings The Blues")
  12. Medley: Music & Me/With A Child's Heart
  13. Papa Was a Rollin' Stone
  14. That's How Love Goes
  15. Never Can Say Goodbye
  16. Ain't That Peculiar
  17. I Wanna Be Where You Are

Third Leg (October 21, 1973 - September 3, 1974)Edit

  1. Hum Along and Dance
  2. Get It Together
  3. It's Too Late to Change the Time
  4. Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save
  5. Never Can Say Goodbye
  6. I'll Be There
  7. Papa Was a Rollin' Stone
  8. Ben
  9. Medley: Music & Me/With A Child's Heart
  10. That's How Love Goes
  11. Daddy's Home
  12. Don't Say Goodbye Again
  13. You're In Good Hands
  14. Hallelujah Day
  15. Happy (Love Song from "''Lady Sings the Blues''")
  16. Skywriter
  17. Dancing Machine

Las Vegas Concerts (April 4 - December 3, 1974)Edit

April 4 - April 23, 1974Edit

  1. Skywriter
  2. Medley: Killing Me Softly with His Song/By the Time I Get to Pheonix/Oh, Danny Boy
  3. Bi Min Mist Da Schorn (The Jackson Sisters)
  4. The Love You Save
  5. I'll Be There
  6. Medley: ABC/I Want You Back
  7. Love is Strange (Janet & Randy)
  8. When I'm Calling You
  9. I Got You Babe (Janet & Randy)
  10. The Beat Goes On

August 21 - December 3, 1974Edit

  1. Goin' Back to Indiana
  2. Medley: Killing Me Softly with His Song/By the Time I Get to Pheonix/Oh, Danny Boy
  3. Bi Min Mist Da Schorn (The Jackson Sisters)
  4. The Love You Save
  5. I'll Be There
  6. Medley: I Want You Back/ABC
  7. Steppin' Out with My Baby
  8. Love Is Strange (Janet & Randy)
  9. Ben
  10. Lollipop (Janet & Randy)
  11. The Beat Goes On

Fourth Leg (September 5, 1974 - Feburary 7, 1975)Edit

  1. Whatever You Got, I Want
  2. It's Too Late to Change the Time
  3. Medley: Let It Be/Never Can Say Goodbye
  4. Papa Was a Rollin' Stone
  5. I Am Love
  6. Ben
  7. Rockin Robin
  8. The Life of the Party
  9. What You Don't Know
  10. Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save
  11. I'll Be There
  12. Happy (Love Song from "Lady Sings the Blues")
  13. If I Don't Love You This Way
  14. Music and Me
  15. Dancing Machine

Fifth Leg (June 11 - December 1975)Edit

  1. (You Were Made) Especially For Me
  2. It's Too Late to Change the Time
  3. Never Can Say Goodbye
  4. Papa Was a Rollin' Stone
  5. Happy (Love Theme from "Lady Sings the Blues")
  6. I Am Love
  7. Randy Presents the Band
  8. Rockin' Robin
  9. The Life of the Party
  10. Forver Came Today
  11. Music and Me
  12. Ben
  13. I'll Be There
  14. Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save
  15. Tito's Guitar Solo
  16. One Day in Your Life
  17. Michael Presents the Family
  18. Dancing Machine
  19. Body Language (Do the Love Dance)

March 8, 1975Edit

  1. Whatever You Got, I Want
  2. I Am Love
  3. What You Don't Know
  4. If I Don't Love You This Way
  5. Dancing Machine

PersonnelEdit

First - Third Leg:

Fourth Leg:Edit

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

Las Vegas Concerts:Edit

  • Michael Jackson: vocals
  • Jermaine Jackson: bass, vocals
  • Jackie Jackson: tamborine, vocals
  • Tito Jackson: guitar, vocals
  • Marlon Jackson: vocals
  • Randy Jackson: congas, percussion, vocals
  • Rebbie Jackson: vocals (only on "Bi Min Mist Da Schorn" and "The Beat Goes On")
  • La Toya Jackson: vocals (only on "Bi Min Mist Da Schorn" and "The Beat Goes On")
  • Janet Jackson: vocals (only on "Bi Min Mist Da Schorn," "Love Is Strange," "I Got You Babe," "Lollipop," and "The Beat Goes On")

Fifth Leg:Edit

  • Michael Jackson: vocals
  • Jackie Jackson: tamborine, vocals
  • Tito Jackson: guitar, vocals
  • Marlon Jackson: vocals
  • Randy Jackson: congas, percussion, vocals

Band MemebersEdit

First - Third Leg:Edit

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

Fourth Leg and Las Vegas Concerts:Edit

  • Keyboards: Ron "Ronnie" Rancifer
  • Drums: Johnny Jackson
  • Cello: Randall Jones
  • Violins: Cassie Pearson, Viola Franklin, Lenny Michaels
  • Horns (East Coast Horns): Wesley Phillips, Cloris Grimes, Alan "Funt" Prater, Roderick "Mac" McMorris

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