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Meddle Tour
Tour by Pink Floyd
Associated album Meddle
Start date 15 October 1971
End date 20 November 1971
Legs 1
Number of shows 26
Pink Floyd concert chronology

The 1971 Meddle tour was a short concert tour by British band Pink Floyd. Commenced on October 1971 and ended on November of that year. It was intended to promote their new album Meddle in the United States, although some of the album material had been played months before the album release, a common practice by the band. The set list was varied, playing material from many of their previous albums, some of them never played again by the band.

Set list[edit]

A typical set list during this stage of 1971 would include most of the following:

Tour band[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
15 October 1971 San Francisco United States Winterland Ballroom
16 October 1971 Santa Monica Santa Monica Civic Center
17 October 1971 San Diego Golden Hall
19 October 1971 Eugene National Guard Armory
21 October 1971 Salem Willamette University
22 October 1971 Seattle Paramount Theatre
23 October 1971 Vancouver Canada Vancouver Gardens
26 October 1971 Detroit United States Ford Auditorium
27 October 1971 Chicago Auditorium Theater
28 October 1971 Ann Arbor Hill Auditorium
31 October 1971 Toledo Field House
2 November 1971 Princeton McCarter Theatre
3 November 1971 Passaic Central Theater
4 November 1971 Providence Lowes Theater
5 November 1971 New York City Assembly Hall
6 November 1971 Cleveland Emerson Gymnasium
8 November 1971 Buffalo Peace Bridge Center
9 November 1971 Montreal Canada Centre Sportif
10 November 1971 Quebec City Pavillon de la Jeunesse
11 November 1971 Boston United States Orpheum Theatre
12 November 1971 Philadelphia Irvine Auditorium
13 November 1971 Asbury Park Asbury Park Convention Hall
14 November 1971 Stony Brook Gymnasium
15 November 1971 New York City Carnegie Hall
16 November 1971 Washington, D.C. Lisner Auditorium
19 November 1971 Pittsburgh Syria Mosque
20 November 1971 Cincinnati Taft Theatre

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