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First North American Leg
January 18, 1984Jacksonville, FloridaUnited StatesJacksonville Coliseum
January 20, 1984Pembroke Pines, FloridaHollywood Sportatorium
January 21, 1984
January 22, 1984Lakeland, FloridaLakeland Civic Center
January 24, 1984Little Rock, ArkansasBarton Coliseum
January 25, 1984Memphis, TennesseeMid-South Coliseum
January 26, 1984Jackson, MississippiMississippi Coliseum
January 28, 1984Biloxi, MississippiMississippi Coast Coliseum
January 29, 1984Birmingham, AlabamaBirmingham Jefferson Civic Complex
January 31, 1984Savannah, GeorgiaSavannah Civic Center
February 1, 1984Charlotte, North CarolinaCharlotte Coliseum
February 3, 1984Greensboro, North CarolinaGreensboro Coliseum
February 4, 1984Roanoke, VirginiaRoanoke Civic Center
February 5, 1984Charleston, West VirginiaCharleston Civic Center
February 7, 1984Trotwood, OhioHara Arena
February 9, 1984Louisville, KentuckyFreedom Hall
February 10, 1984Knoxville, TennesseeKnoxville Civic Coliseum
February 11, 1984Nashville, TennesseeNashville Municipal Auditorium
February 12, 1984Richmond, VirginiaRichmond Coliseum
February 14, 1984Charlotte, North CarolinaCharlotte Coliseum
February 15, 1984Hampton, VirginiaHampton Coliseum
February 17, 1984Columbia, South CarolinaCarolina Coliseum
February 18, 1984Raleigh, North CarolinaReynolds Coliseum
February 19, 1984Augusta, GeorgiaAugusta-Richmond County Civic Center
February 20, 1984Radio InterviewRockline with Bob Coburn
February 22, 1984Atlanta, GeorgiaThe Omni
February 23, 1984
Second North American Leg
March 7, 1984Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaUnited StatesCivic Arena
March 8, 1984Cincinnati, OhioCincinnati Gardens
March 9, 1984
March 11, 1984Saint Paul, MinnesotaSt. Paul Civic Center
March 13, 1984Rosemont, IllinoisRosemont Horizon
March 14, 1984Richfield, OhioRichfield Coliseum
March 16, 1984Worcester, MassachusettsWorcester Centrum
March 17, 1984Providence, Rhode IslandProvidence Civic Center
March 18, 1984
March 20, 1984Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaThe Spectrum
March 21, 1984
March 22, 1984Buffalo, New YorkBuffalo Memorial Auditorium
March 24, 1984New Haven, ConnecticutNew Haven Coliseum
March 25, 1984Landover, MarylandCapital Centre
March 26, 1984
March 29, 1984Hartford, ConnecticutHartford Civic Center
March 30, 1984New York City, New YorkMadison Square Garden
March 31, 1984
April 1, 1984East Rutherford, New JerseyMeadowlands Arena
April 2, 1984
April 3, 1984
April 5, 1984Detroit, MichiganCobo Hall
April 6, 1984
Third North American Leg
April 14, 1984Uniondale, New YorkUnited StatesNassau Coliseum
April 17, 1984Toronto, OntarioCanadaMaple Leaf Gardens
April 19, 1984Montreal, QuebecMontreal Forum
April 21, 1984Quebec City, QuebecColisée Pepsi
April 25, 1984Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg Arena
April 27, 1984Calgary, AlbertaOlympic Saddledome
April 28, 1984Edmonton, AlbertaNorthlands Coliseum
April 30, 1984Seattle, WashingtonUnited StatesSeattle Center Coliseum
May 1, 1984Vancouver, British ColumbiaCanadaPacific Coliseum
May 2, 1984Portland, OregonUnited StatesMemorial Coliseum
May 4, 1984Boise, IdahoBSU Pavilion
May 5, 1984Pocatello, IdahoHolt Arena
May 7, 1984Reno, NevadaLawlor Events Center
May 9, 1984Daly City, CaliforniaCow Palace
May 10, 1984
May 11, 1984
May 13, 1984Inglewood, CaliforniaThe Forum
May 14, 1984
May 15, 1984Paradise, NevadaThomas & Mack Center
May 17, 1984Phoenix, ArizonaArizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
May 19, 1984
May 20, 1984San Diego, CaliforniaSan Diego Sports Arena
May 21, 1984
Fourth North American Leg
June 2, 1984Denver, ColoradoUnited StatesMcNichols Sports Arena
June 3, 1984
June 5, 1984Salt Lake City, UtahSalt Palace
June 7, 1984Albuquerque, New MexicoTingley Coliseum
June 8, 1984
June 10, 1984Austin, TexasFrank Erwin Center
June 11, 1984San Antonio, TexasHemisFair Arena
June 13, 1984Baton Rouge, LouisianaRiver Center Arena
June 15, 1984Oklahoma City, OklahomaMyriad Convention Center
June 16, 1984
June 17, 1984Valley Center, KansasKansas Coliseum
June 20, 1984Kansas City, MissouriKemper Arena
June 21, 1984
June 23, 1984Omaha, NebraskaOmaha Civic Auditorium
June 24, 1984
June 26, 1984St. Louis, MissouriSt. Louis Arena
June 27, 1984
June 29, 1984Peoria, IllinoisPeoria Civic Center
June 30, 1984Fort Wayne, IndianaWar Memorial Coliseum
July 1, 1984Rockford, IllinoisRockford Metro Center
July 3, 1984Madison, WisconsinDane County Coliseum
July 5, 1984Indianapolis, IndianaMarket Square Arena
July 6, 1984
July 7, 1984Evansville, IndianaRoberts Municipal Stadium
July 10, 1984Houston, TexasThe Summit
July 11, 1984
July 12, 1984
July 14, 1984Dallas, TexasReunion Arena
July 15, 1984
July 16, 1984

Monsters of Rock Tour

Dates with Van Halen on the bill[1]
August 18, 1984Castle DoningtonEnglandDonington Park
August 25, 1984StockholmSwedenRåsunda Stadium
August 31, 1984WinterthurSwitzerlandSchützenwiese
September 1, 1984KarlsruheGermanyWildparkstadion
September 2, 1984NurembergZeppelinfeld
Following Van Halen’s exit
September 5, 1984RomeItalyNettuno Stadio
September 7, 1984TurinStadio Comunale
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  • Heisenberg5150

    Most of the shows in my town were at the very beginning of the month.

    April, 2, 1980, June, 2 1981, September 3, 1982, & May 1, 1984.

    Must be an unusual coincidence.

    I was at this show too, right up front by the extended stage for the first 5 or 6 songs. Clearly remember Dave doing the kick over Mikes head about 5 feet away from me. I dont recall Eddie going right up on the extension stage while I was there. He was about 15 to 20 feet away at the closest. The volume was mindblowing, to say the least.

    It was exhilerating to be up front so close, but the heat of the lights and overbearing pressure of being squished like a sardine in a can by the crowd up against the barrier was too uncomfortable for me, so I retreated back about 7 or 8 rows and actually had enjoyed it much more from that viewpoint.

    DLR’s sword routine was amazing. Very impressive. The athletic physicalities of stretching himself like an olympic gymnist while quickly twirling the sword around was truly a surprising sight to behold.

    Here is a retro write-up from Classic Rock magazine written by Malcome Dome. Not much of a review really. He states they played ” Ice Cream Man “, but I am 99.99 % certain they didn’t on this night.

    The band Krokus was in town at the time recording an album with Bruce Fairburn and evidently some of the guys went to this VH show and hung out backstage.

    ( Not sure if this will turn out readable or not. Copy image & then zoom in to read. )

    • https://themightyvanhalen.net/ This Music Sux

      Nice! Yeah 1984 was my first VH show (unfortunately) I remember lots of lights and little bits and pieces from that night.