I remember the tickets had to be purchased by mail order. So cheap I got tickets to both shows and even got floor seats. First time ever for me. During the show I remember looking up and it was sad, most of the seats above the floor level were empty. It was a shock given that one year prior, at Long Beach Arena, it was a packed house. The show was great even though Geoff was weak compared to Rick. I liked Trevor. He had a unique sounding voice. I knew the band was splitting apart after that tour. Yes would never really recover and enjoy the power they had up to 1979. Drama was a great album, but it was a new band.
MITCHELL MEYER SAN PEDRO,CA
I was at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena it was a full house. YES was in the Round. All i can tell you it was a grate show. Thare was no poor attendence it was packed man.
YES is the best.
The crowd were yelling NO! Trevor Horn got on our nerves. I had actually expected YES when I bought the tickets. The band was great though.
I do remember seeing two shows at the Los Angeles Sports Arena for DRAMA. The first show was less than 3/4 full, and the second show the arena wasn't even half full. (I recall hearing Horn and White interviewed on a local radio station and the DJ remarked that the shows were sold out. The two Yes members for whatever reason said nothing.) Maybe the changing of the musical tides was one reason for the poor attendence, but I bet the departure of Anderson and Wakeman was the major factor.