Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band 1995 Tour

The band:

Ringo Starr - drums, vocals


Zak Starkey - drums
Mark Farner - guitar, vocals
Randy Bachman - guitar, vocals
Billy Preston - keyboards, vocals
Feliz Cavaliere - keyboards, vocals
John Entwhistle - bass, vocals
Mark Rivera - saxophone

Clarence Clemons and Nils Lofgren were originally announced, but both had to drop due to an expected reunion of Bruce Springsteen's E-street Band.

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Set List

Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go I Wanna Be Your Man It Don't Come Easy The Locomotion (Farner) Nothing From Nothing (Preston) No Sugar Tonight (Bachman) People Gotta Be Free (Cavaliere) Boris the Spider (Entwhistle) Closer to Home [I'm Your Captain] (Farner) Boys You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet (Bachman) You're Sixteen Yellow Submarine My Wife (Entwhistle) Honey Don't Act Naturally Back Off Boogaloo (dropped from set 6/95) Groovin' (Cavaliere) Will it Go Round in Circles (Preston) Takin' Care of Business (Bachman) Some Kind of Wonderful (Farner) Good Lovin' (Cavaliere) Photograph == (encore) == No No Song With a Little Help From My Friends Changes occur frequently, but expect Ringo's songs to be more or less constant.

Japan

Date Venue City Ticket Availablility Comments
June 14 Iwate Kenmin Hall Morioka, Japan1900 seats short of sellout
June 15 Sendai Sun Plaza Sendai, Japan
June 16 Niigata Terusa Hall Niigata, Japan
June 18 Osaka Castle Hall Osaka, Japan
June 19 Kurashiki City Hall Kurashiki, Japan
June 20 Koseinekin Hall Hiroshimaa, Japan
June 22 Century Hall Nagoya, Japan
June 24 Bay NK Hall Uraysu, Japan7000 seats75% full
June 26 Nippon Budokan Hall Tokyo, Japan
June 27 Nippon Budokan Hall Tokyo, Japan
June 28 Hamamatsu Kyouiku Bunka Kaikan Hamamatsu, Japan

More info on the Japanese leg of the tour

USA

Date Venue City Ticket Availablility Comments
July 2 VP Fair -- The Arch St. Louis, Mo. FREE!
July 3 Milwaukee Summer Fest Milwaukee, Wisc.
July 4 Mall of America Bloomington, Mn. FREE!
July 5 Ravinia Outdoor Theatre Chicago, Ill. May 20
July 8 Star Plaza Indoor Theatre Merriville, IN now 2 shows, most good seats gone
July 9 Nautica Stage Cleveland, OH.
July 10 Pine Knob Music Theatre Detroit, Mich.
July 11 First of America Stage Acme, MI.
July 13 Radio City Music Hall New York, NY
July 15 The Concord Catskills, NY now Small venue
July 17 Wolftramp Amphitheatre Vienna, Va April 24 Near Washington DC
July 18 Garden Arts State Center Holmdel, NJ.
July 19 Harbor Light Pavilion Boston, Mass now
July 21 Ceasar's Atlantic City, NJ.
July 22 Ceasar's Atlantic City, NJ.two shows
July 23 Ceasar's Atlantic City, NJ.
July 25 Warwick Musical Theatre Warwick, RI
July 27 Oakdale Theatre Wallingford, CT.
July 28 Starlight Music Theatre Latham, NY.
July 29 Melody Fair Theatre N. Tonowanda, NY.two shows
July 31 Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati, OH.
Aug. 1 C. Light Amphitheatre Pittsburgh, Pa.
Aug. 3 Orlando Centroplex Orlando, Fla.
Aug. 4 Sunrise Musical Theatre Sunrise, Fla.
Aug. 5 Tampa Performing Arts Center Tampa, Fla.
Aug. 7 Chastain Park Atlanta, Ga April 1 Tickets only available as part of a package
Aug. 9 Von Braun Civic Center Huntsville, Ala. now
Aug. 11 Arena Theatre Houston, Tx.
Aug. 12 Sunken Garden San Antonio, Tx.
Aug. 13 Starplex Amphitheatre Dallas, Tx.
Aug. 15 Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum Phoenix, Ax
Aug. 16 Humphrey's by the Sea San Diego, Ca Sold Out 1200-seat venue
Aug. 18 Greek Theatre Los Angeles, Ca. April 9 Tickets also available as part of a package
Aug. 19 Greek Theatre Los Angeles, Ca. April 9 Tickets also available as part of a package
Aug. 20 Concord Pavilion Concord, CA April 9
Aug. 22 Pier 62/63 Seattle, Wash.
Aug. 23 Pier 62/63 Seattle, Wash.
Aug. 25 Hilton Amphitheatre Reno, Nv. CANCELED
Aug. 26 Monterey Fairground Apple Valley, Ca. CANCELED
Aug. 27 Santa Barbara County Bowl Santa Barbara, Ca. CANCELED
Aug. 28 Humphrey's by the Sea San Diego, Ca CANCELED
Aug. 31 MGM Grand Las Vegas, Nev. CANCELED
Sept. 1 MGM Grand Las Vegas, Nev. CANCELED
Sept. 2 MGM Grand Las Vegas, Nev. CANCELED
Sept. 3 MGM Grand Las Vegas, Nev. CANCELED
The Las Vegas Dates had been canceled previously due to a disagreement with management at the MGM grand. From the AP newswire:

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A family illness has forced Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band to scratch the remaining dates on their U.S. tour.

Starr returned to England on Friday to tend to the sick relative and canceled appearances in Reno, Nev., San Diego, and Monterey and Santa Barbara, Calif., publicist Elizabeth Freund said.

Freund would not identify the relative or elaborate on the nature of the illness.

John Entwistle of the Who and Randy Bachman of Bachman Turner Overdrive are members of the All-Starr Band. --

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Tentative

Sept 5, San Paulo
Sept 6, Rio De Janiero
Sept 8, Buenos Aires
Sept 10, Santiago

Other dates in Mexico and South America may be added.

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