Wings Over The World

Wings Over The World

London

Empire Pool

London

Empire Pool

London

Empire Pool

Munich

Olympiahalle

Venice

Piazza San Marco

Zagreb

Dom Sportova

Vienna

Stadthalle

Los Angeles

Forum

Los Angeles

Forum

Los Angeles

Forum

Tucson

Community Center

San Diego

Sports Arena

San Francisco

Cow Palace

San Francisco

Cow Palace

Seattle

Kingdome

Denver

McNichols Arena

St. Paul

Civic Center

Chicago, USA

Chicago Stadium

Chicago, USA

Chicago Stadium

Chicago, USA

Chicago Stadium

Kansas City

Kemper Arena

Cincinnati

Riverfront Stadium

New York

Madison Square Gardens

New York

Madison Square Gardens

Boston

Boston Gardens

Long Island

Nassau Coliseum

Atlanta

Omni Coliseum

Atlanta

Omni Coliseum

Landover

Capital Center

Landover

Capital Center

Philadelphia

Spectrum

Philadelphia

Spectrum

Richfield

Richfield Coliseum

Toronto

Maple Leaf Gardens

Detroit

Olympia

Detroit, USA

Olympia

Houston

The Summit

Fort Worth, Texas

Tarrant County

Paris

Pavillon De Paris

Rotterdam

Ahoy Sportpaleis

Berlin, Germany

Deutschlandhalle

Copenhagen, Denmark

Falconer Salen

Copenhagen, Denmark

Falconer Salen

Melbourne

Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Melbourne

Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Brisbane, Australia

Festival Hall

Brisbane, Australia

Festival Hall

Sydney

Hordern Pavilion

Sydney

Hordern Pavilion

Adelaide, Australia

Apollo Stadium

Adelaide, Australia

Apollo Stadium

Perth

Entertainment Centre

Dundee, Scotland

Caird Hall

Glasgow

Apollo

Edinburgh, Scotland

Usher Hall

London

Hammersmith Odeon

London

Hammersmith Odeon

Newcastle

City Hall

Liverpool

Empire

Birmingham, UK

Hippodrome

Manchester

Free Trade Hall

Cardiff, Wales

Capitol

Bristol, UK

Hippodrome

Southampton

Gaumont

Tour Information

Shortly after dawn on Tuesday 9th September 1975 two enormous articulated trucks edged out through the gates of a film studio north of London. They contained twelve and a half tons of electronic equipment – speakers, mixing-desks, amplifiers, lights and instruments. Nobody paid much attention to them, but they were the first tangible sign of one of the biggest roadshows in rock music history, the Wings tour of 1975-76, which was to take in ten countries and play to two million people. The US leg of the tour was the most extensive, with Wings playing 21 cities, performing 34 shows and entertaining an estimated audience of nearly 600,000 people. The first leg of the tour was confined to Britain and set the pattern for what was to come – songs from the Wings albums, Beatles favourites, features for band-members Denny Laine and Jimmy McCulloch and the celebrated “acoustic set”, in which they all sat in chairs at the front of the stage and ran through a programme of Paul McCartney’s best-loved numbers. The tour continued to the US and throughout Europe with the final concerts being held at Wembley, after which the band took a well-earned rest.

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