This was my first ever YES gig I was fortunate enough to experience. I wasn't all that familiar with each and every song they did, but I do remember that I had one heck of a memorable time. Believe it was a snowy day here in Kansas City. All five members did a splendid job of showing the near-capacity crowd just what British 'art rock' was all about.
I was at this show and "YES" there was a tour book. It had a few inaccuracies, but what do you expect from a sponser that sells cheap car audio? Still, it was one of the last good shows at Kemper.
I would add to this continuing 90125 Tour tourbook mystery:
When I attended the March 12, 1984 concert in Kansas City, there was no tour program. That was the one thing I searched for to buy, and believe me, if they'd had one I would've gotten it.
However, I had a friend who attended the May 10 show in Rochester, N.Y., and he did buy a program. As a person posted earlier, it was full of dubious rewriting of history. I remember those quotes clearly, because I and my friend guffawed at them that summer when I visited him and saw the tour book.