The dates of the 1968-1980 shows here were originally compiled from Steven Sullivan's "Yesgigs 1968-1980" and much updated since then, with special thanks to Paul Cobb for help on the 1968-1970 tourdates and Karl Speck for help on the 1971-1972 tourdates. The dates for the 90125, BG, and ABWH tours came from fellow Yesheads 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 The Union Tour, Talk Tour, SLO Shows, Know Tour, OYE Tour, TL Tour, Masterworks Tour, Magnification Tour, 2002/FC Tour, 35th Tour, CTTEaB Tour, ITP Tour, FFH Tour and TAT Tour info was gleaned from NFTE, Yesworld, YesFans and the kind folks at AMY (alt.music.yes). In addition to these sources, data was compiled from first-hand reports, print articles and books, "Notes from the Edge", and "recordings of indeterminate origin" (ROIOs).
Each entry lists the date, city, venue, capacity, lineup, the setlist (when available), notes on the particular show, between-song dialog transcripts,official recordings (audio and/or video), and ROIOs (audio and/or video) if any have been reported. This site also contains many graphics, including tourbooks.
'City' names are based off the actual mailing address of the venue rather than the implied city.
'Capacity' does not reflect the actual number of people in the audience but rather what the venue itself claims it can hold. This is to give an idea of what size venues Yes were playing at the time.
'Setlist' entries that are underlined indicates that the song isn't listed on the previous *known* setlist.
'Unofficial Recordings' (ROIOs) are reported to FY just like setlists and reviews; it doesn't mean that FY possesses copies of the recordings. So please don't ask us for any.