(August 03, 1968 - April 18, 1970)
|The Yes Album Tour|
(July 17, 1970 - July 31, 1971)
(September 24, 1971 - March 27, 1972)
|Close To The Edge Tour|
(July 30, 1972 - April 22, 1973)
|Tales From Topographic Oceans Tour|
(November 01, 1973 - April 23, 1974)
(November 08, 1974 - August 23, 1975)
|1976 (Solo Album) Tour|
(May 28, 1976 - August 22, 1976)
|Going For The One Tour|
(July 30, 1977 - December 06, 1977)
(August 28, 1978 - June 30, 1979)
(August 29, 1980 - December 18, 1980)
(February 28, 1984 - February 09, 1985)
|Big Generator Tour|
(November 14, 1987 - April 13, 1988)
|Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe Tour|
(July 29, 1989 - March 23, 1990)
(April 09, 1991 - March 05, 1992)
(June 18, 1994 - October 11, 1994)
|San Luis Obispo Shows|
(March 04, 1996 - March 06, 1996)
|Open Your Eyes Tour|
(October 17, 1997 - October 14, 1998)
|The Ladder Tour|
(September 06, 1999 - March 25, 2000)
(June 20, 2000 - August 04, 2000)
(July 22, 2001 - December 13, 2001)
The dates of the shows where compiled from Steve Sullivan's "Yes Gig List From 1968-1980". Special thanks to Paul Cobb with help on the 1968-1970 tourdates. The dates for the 90125, BG, and ABWH tours came from fellow Yesheads submitting dates and the Yes Rarities list (with a special thanks to Shoji Yamada, Eduardo Paulo, Eddie Lee and John Huebner for help with the ABWH dates, mega thanks to John Huebner and Shoji Yamada for the BG dates and one last thanks to Steve Wehner and John Huebner for big help with the 90125 dates.) The Union, Talk, SLO, Open Your Eyes, The Ladder, Masterworks and Yessymphonic tour dates where taken from NFTE and Yesworld.
Jeff Hunnicutt, Mike Tiano for lending me web space and for allowing me to use material from the NFTE newsletter.
Paul Secord with his valuble help with the now extinct audio section of this site.
Yesman Lee for his support and enthusiasm
Jimmy Clutter for some thoughtful suggestions
David Dunnington & Shoji Yamada for giving me permission to use "The Complete Guide to Yes BBC Sessions"
Shoji Yamada whose devotion to this site will always be appreciated.
Eddie Jerlin for his enthusiasm on the site and valuable help and input on the format of maps on this site.
Paul Cobb for his 'squinting' skills and all the valuable work on the early tourdates. It's most appreciated.
Eddie Lee who went way beyond the normal call of duty and put in an unbelievable amount of time and energy scanning and transcribing almost all of the tourbooks that are located in this archive.
Michele Marie who really helped me a bunch in my transcribing project by sending me CDs full of MP3s and giving me great advice to help me out.