Who did Van Halen tour with in 1978?

After releasing their self-titled debut album in February 1978, Van Halen undertook their first European tour in May ’78, hooking up with their Warners Bros. label mates Black Sabbath on the Birmingham band’s tenth anniversary Never Say Die! tour, which hit the UK on May 16, beginning at Sheffield City Hall.

Who opened for Van Halen in 1979?

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Date Location Opening Act
4/07/79 San Jose, CA Barooga Bandit
4/08/79 Los Angeles, CA April Wine/Boomtown Rats/Brownsville/Cheech and Chong/ Eddie Money/Mother’s Finest/Toto/UFO/Van Halen/Aerosmith
4/10/79 Reno, NV Robert Fleischman
4/12/79 Seattle, WA Robert Fleischman, Eddie Money

How many tours did Van Halen do?

Van Halen has 2719 concerts

Date Concert Location
Oct 06, 2020 Van Halen
Sep 16, 2020 Van Halen Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
Nov 30, 2019 Van Halen 1988 South Carolina, USA
Nov 10, 2019 Van Halen Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

What year did Van Halen tour with Black Sabbath?

An excerpt from an upcoming Eddie Van Halen book focuses on his band’s 1978 tour opening for Black Sabbath, where author Paul Brannigan said the headline act was “murdered” every night.

Who opened for Van Halen?

The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band served as the opening act for all dates except for the September 19 show in Atlanta, Georgia. The tour ultimately grossed $26 million, covering 39 cities and 41 shows.

What year did Van Halen play in Seattle?

Van Halen Concert Setlist at Seattle Center Arena, Seattle on April 13, 1979 | setlist.fm.

Who did Van Halen tour with in 1981?

The Rolling Stones
1981 Van Halen Tour Dates Van Halen’s fourth world tour, this 10-month outing was at the time considered the largest continental tour in rock and roll history. Opening acts included The Fools and The Granati Brothers (aka G-Force), along with a special opening gig for The Rolling Stones.

Who did Van Halen tour with in 1984?

Van Halen’s massive 1984 tour took them thru the US and Canada selling out multiple nights in a row in most cities and sold-out all 99 shows. They concluded the tour cycle joining AC/DC for the Monsters of Rock tour in Europe from Aug 18 thru Sep 2, 1984.