|Tour by The Rolling Stones|
|Associated album||Black and Blue|
|Start date||28 April 1976|
|End date||23 June 1976|
|No. of shows||41|
|The Rolling Stones concert chronology|
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Tickets were in high demand; on 1 April the promoters announced that they had received more than one million applications in the mail for tickets for three shows at London's Earls Court; subsequently three more dates were added there. The routing also saw two dates in Yugoslavia – the Stones' second visit to a Communist country after 1967.
The tour began a few days after the 23 April release of the group's album Black and Blue, and is documented by the 1977 concert release Love You Live. Much of the material on that album is from the shows at Les Abattoirs in Paris from 4 June to 7 June. Keith Richards' 10-week-old son died of sudden infant death syndrome on 6 June, but Richards elected to keep the news secret and to play the shows as scheduled. Tony Vandeputte, played two nights at Earls Court as guest of his brother-in-law Steve Marriott (of Humble Pie and formerly Small Faces).
The Rolling Stones also appeared at Knebworth Fair in August 1976, where they added "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", "Around and Around", "Little Red Rooster", "Stray Cat Blues", "Let's Spend the Night Together", "Dead Flowers", "Route 66", a fragment of "Country Honk," "Wild Horses," and "Rip This Joint" to the above set list.
|28 April 1976||Frankfurt||Germany||Festhalle|
|29 April 1976|
|30 April 1976
|2 May 1976||Kiel||Ostseehalle|
|3 May 1976||Berlin||Deutschlandhalle|
|4 May 1976||Bremen||Stadthalle|
|6 May 1976||Brussels||Belgium||Forest National|
|7 May 1976|
|10 May 1976||Glasgow||Scotland||Apollo Theatre|
|11 May 1976|
|12 May 1976|
|14 May 1976||Leicester||England||Granby Halls|
|15 May 1976|
|17 May 1976||Stafford||New Bingley Hall|
|18 May 1976|
|21 May 1976||London||Earls Court|
|22 May 1976|
|23 May 1976|
|25 May 1976|
|26 May 1976|
|27 May 1976|
|29 May 1976||The Hague||Netherlands||Zuiderpark Stadion|
|30 May 1976|
|1 June 1976||Dortmund||Germany||Westfalenhalle|
|2 June 1976
|4 June 1976||Paris||France||Pavillon de Paris (Les Abattoirs)|
|5 June 1976|
|6 June 1976|
|7 June 1976|
|9 June 1976||Lyon||Palais des Sports de Gerland|
|11 June 1976||Barcelona||Spain||Plaza de toros Monumental|
|13 June 1976||Nice||France||France Parc Des Sports De L’Ouest|
|15 June 1976||Zürich||Switzerland||Hallenstadion|
|16 June 1976||Munich||Germany||Olympiahalle|
|17 June 1976|
|19 June 1976||Stuttgart||Neckarstadion|
|21 June 1976||Zagreb||Yugoslavia||Dom Sportova|
|22 June 1976|
|23 June 1976||Vienna||Austria||Stadthalle|
|21 August 1976||Knebworth||England||Knebworth Fair
This concert was not technically part of the tour.
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