I remember this occasion really well as the Colston Hall was their (apparent) venue of choice. Being a more intimate venue, you felt in touch with the band particularly as the sets were spectacular with huge beetle-like insect-shaped props opening and closing in time with the music.
Each band member was enthusiatically taking part in the rhythmic sessions whacking ten bells out of tubular steel set props. A great night and a fantastic introduction to a monumental work of art.
Probably my second or third Yes gig and one which truly impressed an ardent 17 year-old. Thirty four years later I'm still a Yes-man.