This work-in-progress lists all currently known appearances, drawn from a variety of sources.
Researched, Compiled, and Maintained by Simon Montgomery, © 2001-2023.
Special thanks to Joel Bernstein for his contributions and assistance.
Latest Update: June 11, 2023
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Joni was accompanied by the L.A. Express, who were also the opening act.
Joni Mitchell - Piano, Guitar and Dulcimer
David Luell - Saxophone
Victor Feldman - Keyboards & Percussion
Robben Ford - Electric Guitar
Max Bennett - Bass
John Guerin - Drums and Percussion
1976.01.16 Northrop Auditorium, University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN
1976.01.18 Elliott Hall of Music, Purdue Univ. W. Lafayette, IN
Neil Young made a surprise appearance.
1976.01.20 Keil Auditorium St. Louis, MO
1976.01.22 Sam Houston Coliseum Houston, TX
1976.01.23 Municipal Auditorium San Antonio, TX
1976.01.25 Lloyd Noble Center Norman, OK
1976.01.26 Dallas Convention Center Dallas, TX
1976.01.28 Municipal Auditorium Austin, TX
Bob Dylan made a surprise appearance.
Dylan simply tapped his foot and played guitar
while Joni sang "Both Sides Now" alone.
Half-way through the song " Girl From The North Country",
he finally opened his mouth, even a croak would have been
greeted with cheers.
1976.01.29 L.S.U. Assembly Center Baton Rouge, LA
1976.01.31 Charlotte Coliseum Charlotte, NC
1976.02.01 Memorial Coliseum, Univ. of Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL
1976.02.03 UGA Coliseum, Univ. of Georgia Athens, GA
1976.02.04 Mid-South Coliseum Memphis, TN
1976.02.06 William & Mary Hall, College of William & Mary Williamsburg, VA
1976.02.07 Cameron Stadium, Duke Univ. Durham, NC
1976.02.09 Memorial Coliseum, Univ. of Kentucky Lexington, KY
1976.02.10 Armory Fieldhouse, Univ. of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH
1976.02.12 Millet Assembly Hall, Miami Univ. Oxford, OH
1976.02.13 Music Hall Cleveland, OH
1976.02.14 Civic Arena Pittsburgh, PA
1976.02.16 The Spectrum Theatre Philadelphia, PA
1976.02.18 Civic Center Providence, RI
1976.02.19 The Music Hall Boston, MA
1976.02.20 Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, NY
1976.02.22 Cole Fieldhouse, Univ. of Maryland College Park, MD
Joni was ill and left the stage before completing
her first song. The concert was cancelled.
1976.02.23 Veterans Memorial Coliseum New Haven, CT
1976.02.24 War Memorial Coliseum Syracuse, NY
1976.02.26 Hill Auditorium, Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI
1976.02.27 Horton Field House, Illinois State Univ. Normal, IL
1976.02.29 Dane County Coliseum Madison, WI
1976.05.15 Gatesville State School for Boys Gatesville, TX
Joni made a guest appearance with The Rolling Thunder Revue.
1976.05.16 Tarrant County Convention Center Fort Worth, TX
Joni's guest appearance with The Rolling Thunder Revue.
1976.08.10 McNay Museum San Antonio, TX
Joni attended a 'wine and cheese party opening' of an
exhibition of hand-woven Mexican rugs with designs done by
Contemporary American Artists.
The painting Joni contributed for her wool rug was
"The Highway and the Coyote and the Crow"
1976.11.11 The Tower Theater Philadelphia, PA
Joni, accompanied by Jaco Pastorius and Bobbye Hall,
performed at a benefit concert held for The Main Point
coffeehouse. Two shows
1976.11.20 California Celebrates the Whales—Memorial Auditorium Sacramento, CA
John Sebastian and Fred Neil lead a show in Sacramento's
Memorial Auditorium at the request of Govenor Jerry Brown,
Climaxing the state's "California Celebrates the Whales Day".
Also appearing at the show aimed at raising public consciousness
about the plight of the internationally hunted mammals are the
Paul Winter Consort, Country Joe McDonald and Joni Mitchell.
Joni was accompanied by Jaco Pastorius, Bass
and Bobbye Hall, Congas.
1976.11.25 The Last Waltz—Winterland Ballroom San Francisco, CA
Joni joined Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Van Morrison and others
as guest performers at The Band's farewell concert. A film
of the event, directed by Martin Scorsese, was released in
theaters, on videotape, laserdisc and DVD.
A soundtrack album was also released.