Blondie Blondie Gig List

A partial list of Blondie concerts and appearances, including interview schedules, travel schedules, TV, radio and press appearances, and some relevant dates as comments.

Since the enormity of this project makes it impossible to have a truly complete list (read Chris Stein's comments on this project), we welcome your additions or corrections. There's room for gig flyers, ticket stubs, etc., so if you wish to contribute, please scan your item at 150-300dpi (for small items) or 72dpi or 75dpi (for larger items) and email us the image or a URL to the image. Please send all scans, additions, or corrections to Barry L. Kramer.

Special thanks to Chris Stein for giving us access to the itineraries in his personal collection.

See also: Debbie Harry solo appearances

Credits for the contributors to this page appear in the site credits. Thank you all for your ongoing contributions!

Blondie Appearances (In Approximate Chronological Order)
Date Venue and Location Comments Event type
1969     United States The Wind In The Willows (pre-Blondie band with Debbie Harry) recorded their seond album, which was never releaased. Paul Klein's second wife Alice Anne allegedly has the tapes. According to Cathay Che's biography on Debbie Harry, it has never surfaced, but Harry was said to have contributed more vocals than on the first album, as well as writing lyrics for a track entitled "Buried Treasure" on the second album. Another track from the second album, "A Quite Respectable Older Lady", was released by band member Wayne Joseph Kirby on youtube on January 31, 2022. (youtube link) comment  
6-Dec-69 Altamont Speedway Free Festival
Altamont Speedway, CA —  United States
In his book, Chris Stein/Negative: Me, Blondie, and the Advent of Punk, Chris wrote, "I was a big Rolling Stones fan. I'd gotten to see them in Madison Square Garden in 1969 during the US tour that ended with Altamont (a sort of Woodstock of the West that ended in a lot of violence and chaos). That has always been on my list of top ten concerts." (info) comment  
3-Aug-73 Mercer Arts Center
New York, NY —  United States
The Mercer Arts Center, located in the Broadway Central Hotel at 673 Broadway, collapsed on this date, killing 4 and injuring 12. The loss of this venue forced local bands to look elsewhere to play. (info) [*new*] comment  
unknown date Bobern Bar & Grill
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie: from August 1973 to May 1974). This was at 42 W 28th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue. The venue was often misspelled "Boburn" and is usually called the "Boburn Tavern", such as in Making Tracks and by most authors writing about this period in Blondie's history. Chris Stein stated "I still maintain that boburn is spelled like that, yeah we all knew it was bob and ernie all along". [They were the owners]. Recently the son of one of the owners wrote to slightly correct this account: the owner's names were Bob and Bernie. In her book "BLONDIE, Unseen 1976-1980" (and the earlier French version), Roberta Bayley published two photographs of Debbie and Chris in front of it. In the photos on page 96, the window is decoratively painted with the lettering "BEAUBERN CAFE" and "42 WEST 28 STREET" and the awning text ("BAR & RESTAURANT") is reflected in the window. The 1974-75 Manhattan telephone directory at the New York Public Library has an entry with the correct spelling, showing the complete, accurate legal name of the establishment at that time. See this link: (phone listing) Concert  
5-Oct-73 Bobern Bar & Grill
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie).   Concert  
29-Nov-73 Bobern Bar & Grill
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie). An ad was published in the 29-Nov-73 issue of the Village Voice for a Stillettoes gig on December 3. The tag under the listing reads "three of the loveliest ladies in showbiz!".The venue is misspelled in the ad.   comment  
1-Dec-73 Bobern Bar & Grill
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie).   Concert  
2-Dec-73 Bobern Bar & Grill
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie).   Concert  
3-Dec-73 Kenny's Castaways
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie). An ad was published in the 29-Nov-73 issue of the Village Voice. The tag under the listing in the artwork reads "three of the loveliest ladies in showbiz!". The venue is misspelled in the ad. It is named after the original owner, Pat Kenny. Venue address: 211 E 81st St.; when the lease was up in 1974, the club moved to 157 Bleecker St. (ad listing) (external link) (external link) Concert  
12-Dec-73   New York, NY —  United States A review of a Stillettoes gig was published in Variety magazine on 12-Dec-1973. At the time, Variety was a weekly magazine published on Wednesdays and the writers were typically credited using a 4-letter abbreviation. This review was credited to "Kirb." This appears to be Fred Kirby. The review did not identify the date of the gig being reviewed, but the gig was very likely from 3-Dec-1973. "I'd Rather Go Blind" is an Etta James cover. (gig review) comment  
unknown date, 1974   New York, NY —  United States Stillettoes (pre-Blondie). A typical set list, from the private collection of Billy O'Connor: (set list) comment  
5-May-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie), supporting Television. This is indicated to be the first official Stillettoes show at CBGB (source: George Gimarc, "Punk Diary"). An ad exists: (ad listing) (gig flyer) Concert  
11-May-74 The Mushroom
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie). A gig flyer from the private collection of Billy O'Connor exists. Location: 13th St & University Pl. (gig flyer) Concert  
12-May-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes w/ Television (pre-Blondie). An ad exists: (ad listing) Concert  
26-May-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie) supporting Television   Concert  
5-Jun-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes w/ Television (pre-Blondie).   Concert  
12-Jun-74 Club 82
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie), with Wayne County and the Backstreet Boys. A small ad exists for this gig, published in the Village Voice June 6, 1974 pg 75, and in the private collection of Billy O'Connor. Shows at 10:30 and 12:30. In his interview with Rhythm magazine, Clem said that Club 82 was a transvestite/lesbian bar located at East 4th Street and 2nd Avenue in NYC. Paul Zone posted, on his Facebook page, a better copy of the ad, plus what appears to be another ad from a different publication. In a comment on the post, Chris Stein asked, "Anyone remember who David Lee was? I don't", to which Donna Destri replied, "He was a tall blonde dude, the manager and sometimes DJ at the 82." (ad listing) (ad 2) (ad? 3) Concert  
15-Jun-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Television w/ Stillettoes (pre-Blondie).   Concert  
29-Jun-74 The Mushroom
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie) with Palace. A gig flyer from the private collection of Billy O'Connor exists. Venue address: 22 East 13th St (gig flyer) Concert  
1-Jul-74 Bacchus Rock Palace
New York, NY —  United States
Stillettoes (pre-Blondie) with Eric Emerson. An ad exists in the Village Voice 27-Jun-74 pg. 70 as does a gig flyer, both from the collection of Billy O'Connor. The ad reads, "Bacchus Rock Palace / New York's Newest of Broadway Rock Scene & Disco Dancing / !Special! live Rock every Monday & Tuesday evenings / Ian's & Alistar / !present! / the STELLITOS Mon July 1 / with * Eric Emerson * / FANTISY tues: July 2 / 209 W 48 st / Shows 10 & 12". Location: 209 W 48St. (gig flyer) (ad listing) Concert  
16-Aug-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
First Angel and the Snake gig at CBGB (source: George Gimarc, "Punk Diary") with the Ramones. They only performed two shows using this name. Note: it is NOT "Angel and the Snakes" -- that is a perpetuating error in many publications documenting this period in Blondie history. On 29-Sept-2014, in answer to Michelle Shinn's question about the band name, Chris Stein said that they got the idea from a photograph in Esquire, "The girl in the picture looked vaguely like Debbie, had cheekbones.", and that served as the inspiration for the illustration and band name. The "Slaves of Rhythm" was a drag act, Chris named Fayette Hauser, Tomata du Plenty, and Gorilla Rose.   Concert  
31-Aug-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Angel and the Snake with Ramones. A flyer (original from Chris Stein's collection) exists for this gig. In 1982, in Making Tracks (p. 21), Debbie wrote of this pivotal time: "Nineteen seventy-four was the non-period of punk. Television, The Ramones, and us, either as Angel and the Snake (for two gigs) or with no name, were just playing around. Then we did two or three gigs with a couple of girls, Julie and Jackie, and we all had blond hair so that's when we started fooling around with the name Blondie. I had always been called "blondie" by assorted motorists and truck drivers and thought it was a good name, a natural (HA!), so easy to remember. We played at a club uptown, Brandy's II, with Tish and Snookie [sic] Bellomo, who later went on to open Manic Panic and star in the Sic Fuks. That's when we were Blondie and the Banzai Babies. Tish and Snookie sang backup with us, on and off for over a year and a half. They drifted in and out of a lot of bands and still do. Our hottest number was 'Lady Marmalade.' We were a dance band, but to tell the truth we were so bad that to call us a garage band, to call us a band, was a great compliment. We were a gutter band — a sewer band's a closer description. We weren't getting any reviews, didn't have any support from any record company, didn't know anybody in the business, Chris's guitar cost $40, he didn't even have an amplifier, and our drummer couldn't make up his mind whether he wanted to be a drummer or a doctor. Eventually he decided to be a doctor, so we put an ad in the Voice for a new drummer and auditioned the fifty applicants." The only known photograph of Julie and Jackie performing with Debbie is included here because the dates of their performances was sometime after this gig and (likely significantly) before January 1975 (left to right: unknown, Debbie, Julie, Jackie; photographer and date unknown). (gig flyer) (Julie+Jackie (1974)) [*new*] Concert  
unknown date, autumn 1974 Continental Baths
New York, NY —  United States
According to Billy O'Connor, Blondie performed here sometime in the Fall of 1974. Venue address: 230 West 74th St   Concert  
12-Oct-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie. To date (May 14, 2024) this is the earliest publication advertising the band by their final name. An ad in the SoHo Weekly News (Vol.2 No. 1 pg 21) exists for this gig. (ad listing) Concert  
13-Oct-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
An ad in the SoHo Weekly News (Vol.2 No. 1 pg 21) exists for this gig and the one the day before. (ad listing) Concert  
31-Oct-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Ramones performing after the Savage Voodoo Nuns (misspelled Woodo Nuns in the Village Voice ad). "Tish and Snooky" (Patricia "Tish" and her sister Eileen "Snooky" Bellomo) performed with the Savage Voodoo Nuns. Ads in the SoHo Weekly News (Vol.2 No.5 pg. 25) and the Village Voice (Vol. XIX No.44 pg. 78) exist for this gig. (ad listing) (archived gig flyer) Concert  
1-Nov-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Ramones performing after the Savage Voodoo Nuns (misspelled Woodo Nuns in the Village Voice ad). Ads in the SoHo Weekly News and the Village Voice exist for this gig. See also: entry for 31-Oct-74. (ad listing) Concert  
2-Nov-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Ramones performing after the Savage Voodoo Nuns (misspelled in the Village Voice ad). It was correctly billed as the Savage Voodoo Nuns. This gig flyer exists at a site for the Screamers for this set of gigs that started on the 31st of October. (gig flyer) Concert  
3-Nov-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Ramones performing after the Woodo Nuns (sic). It was correctly billed as the Savage Voodoo Nuns. Ads in the Village Voice and SoHo Weekly News exist for this set of gigs that started on the 31st of October. See also: entries for 31-Oct-74 and 01-Nov-74.   Concert  
17-Nov-74 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Ramones. An ad in SoHo Weekly News (Vol.2 No.6, pg.29) exists for this gig. (ad listing) Concert  
November, 1974 Performance Studios
New York, NY —  United States
An attendee writes: "I saw Blondie open for the Tuff Darts at Performance Studios during a Thanksgiving break from college in November 1974. I went to school out of town so I'm sure it had to be that break. I only remember two things about the gig, the way Chris Stein looked, at the time I thought low budget Alice Cooper and that Blondie friend Tomata Du Plenty (RIP) was in the audience wearing a black leather jacket with the comic character "Hot Stuff" on the back."   [*new*] Concert  
1-Dec-74 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Miamis. An ad in the Village Voice (Vol.XIX No.48 pg.102) exists for this gig. (ad listing) Concert  
2-Dec-74 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Miamis. An ad in the Village Voice (Vol.XIX No.48 pg.102) exists for this gig and the one the previous evening. (ad listing) Concert  
7-Dec-74 Performance Studios
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Ramones. The Performance Studios was located at 23 E20th between Park and Broadway. A small ad in the Village Voice (Vol. XIX No.49 pg.118) exists for this gig. (ad listing) Concert  
31-Dec-74 Bobern Bar & Grill
New York, NY —  United States
According to Billy O'Connor, Blondie performed on this date.   Concert  
Unknown '74-'76 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
From Blondie's resume (most likely from 1974). In Gary Valentine's book "New York Rocker: My Life in the Blank Generation" (ISBN 1560259442), he says it was "a gay bar on 23rd Street across from the Chelsea Hotel." Exact address: 267 W. 23rd Street, between Seventh and Eighth Ave. in NYC. (Blondie resume) Concert  
Unknown '75-'76 82 Club
New York, NY —  United States
From Blondie's resume (most likely from 1974).   Concert  
Unknown '74-'76 Kenny's Castaways
New York, NY —  United States
From Blondie's resume. Venue address: 157 Bleecker Street, New York NY.   Concert  
Unknown '74-'76 Monty Python's Flying Circus
New York, NY —  United States
Chris Stein says that Blondie often performed there. Venue address: 12th St. and 3rd Ave, New York NY.   Concert  
Unknown '74-'76 Bacchus Rock Palace
New York, NY —  United States
From Blondie's resume. Venue address: 209 West 48 St.   Concert  
Unknown '74-'75 Whyte's Pub
New York, NY —  United States
From Blondie's resume. Performed there in '74 - early '75, as Debbie also worked there as a "bikini bartender" . The Manhattan telephone directory lists "Whyte & Whyte" at 80 Wall St. (phone listing) Concert  
Unknown '74'76 Stone Pony
Asbury Park, NJ —  United States
From Blondie's resume. Date unknown   Concert  
Unknown '74-'76 Broadway Charly's
New York, NY —  United States
Misspelled on Blondie's resume and by most authors. Location: 813 Broadway between 11th & 12th Streets. A copy of the 1974-75 Manhattan White Pages listing is here: (phone listing) Concert  
Unknown '74-'76 The Mushroom
New York, NY —  United States
From Blondie's resume. Venue address: 22 East 13th St. Two known dates: May 11 and June 29, 1974.   Concert  
Unknown '74-'75 Performance Studios
New York, NY —  United States
From Blondie's resume. Location: 23 East 20th Street. Several dates are known in 1974 and 1975; others may exist.   Concert  
Unknown '74-'76 Forest Park Band Shell
Forest Hills, NY —  United States
From Blondie's resume. There was a show here on 01-Aug-1975; it is possible this was the only one.   Concert  
10-Jan-75 Whyte's Pub
New York, NY —  United States
Based on a note Billy O'Connor made on lined stationery. Band was paid $100. From his private collection. The note reads, "1/12/75 — Fri. the 10th Blondie played Whytes Pub for $100. Sat. we played at performance on 20th st. Sun. we did Hilly's + jammed w/Johnny T. He asked me to start an oldies band w/him +Elliot +maybe Sil — bassplayer is unknown" ["Sil" is obviously Sylvain Sylvain — Ed.] (handwritten note) Concert  
11-Jan-75 Performance Studios
New York, NY —  United States
Based on a note Billy O'Connor made on lined stationery. From his private collection. (handwritten note) Concert  
12-Jan-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Based on a note Billy O'Connor made on lined stationery. From his private collection. (handwritten note) Concert  
17-Jan-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
w/ Television. Chris said that at one point, they played at CBGBs every weekend for seven months (date unknown, but it is probably this one). In Making Tracks (p. 21), This date is indicated to be the first for Blondie and the Banzai Babies at CBGB (source: George Gimarc, "Punk Diary") but there is no other supporting evidence. An ad in the SoHo Weekly News (Vol.2 #15 pg.27) exists with them billed simply as Blondie. Chris's statement is supported by John Holmstrom, who wrote in his book "The Best of Punk Magazine" pg 177 (2012), "Blondie were the only band from the CBGB scene who also hung out at Studio 54; they played benefits for the Gay Liberation Movement, served as the CBGB house band, and were friendly with all the disparate elements of the 1970's rock scene." (ad listing) Concert  
18-Jan-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
w/ Television   Concert  
19-Jan-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
w/ Television   Concert  
22-Jan-75   New York, NY —  United States Contributor John E. Espinosa provided a clipping from the Jan 22, 1975 issue of Variety magazine (pg. 84) of a review of one of the recent concerts at CBGB. The review was relatively positive, one of the first. The exact date of the show is not specified and the review may be of more than one. (review) comment  
24-Jan-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
w/ Television. An ad in the SoHo Weekly News (Vol.2 #16. pg. 25 ) exists. (ad listing) Concert  
25-Jan-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
w/ Television   Concert  
26-Jan-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
w/ Television   Concert  
31-Jan-75 Brandy's II
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Banzai Babies supporting the Miamis. Address: 1584 York Ave. at 84th St. An ad exists in George Gimarc's book "Punk Diary" pg 14. (ad listing) Concert  
1-Feb-75 Brandy's II
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Banzai Babies supporting the Miamis. An ad exists in George Gimarc's book Punk Diary pg 14. (ad listing) Concert  
2-Feb-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Television with Blondie. An ad published in the SoHo Weekly News (Vol. 2 No. 17 pg. 30) exists. (ad listing) Concert  
9-Feb-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and Television. An ad from the SoHo Weekly News (Vol. 2 No. 18 pg. 24) exists. (ad listing) Concert  
10-Feb-75 Brandy's II
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and the Banzai Babies opening for Harlem Drive. The exact date for this gig has not been affirmatively established, it might be for the upcoming weekend. An ad from the Village Voice (Feb. 10, 1975 pg. 88) exists but it does not include the gig date. (ad listing) Concert  
10-Mar-75   New York, NY —  United States A classified ad written by Debbie Harry and Chris Stein advertising for a drummer is placed in the Village Voice Vol. XX Nr. 10 pg. 42. This was the ad that landed Clem Burke his job with Blondie, a career that would span over 40 years as one of the founding members. He was the last of about 50 applicants to be auditioned. The ad reads: "Freak energy Musical Experienced drummer needed female fronted estab. working NYC rock band. Excell oppty. money.Fun.Call NOW 925-0531". The phone number, in area code 212, is Chris and Debbie's and appears on Blondie's resume from around that time. A scan of that ad is here: (ad listing) comment  
7-Apr-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and The Marbles. According to Tony Fletcher's book "All Hopped Up and Ready to Go: Music from the Streets of New York 1927-77", this was Clem Burke's first gig. This show was on a Monday. In "Making Tracks", Debbie describes the event: "We rehearsed with Clem and Fred for a couple of weeks, then went out and did our first show as Blondie at CBGB's. This was our jungle night show, with me, Tish, and Snooky dressed as jungle girls in leather skins tied with thongs and accented by bits of fur. In between sets, Fred freaked Chris out by telling him he was going to replace Richard Hell in Television over the weekend." The band performed two sets. In his interview in Rhythm magazine, Clem said that his first two gigs with Blondie were at CBGB. On the first night, (established as April 7, 1975) Fred Smith announced he was leaving the band to join Television. Then, Clem brought his friend Gary Valentine into the band. That was in early 1975, now established as between the two sets on April 7, 1975. An ad, published in the Village Voice, Vol XX No.14 pg. 94, exists: (ad listing) Concert  
8-Apr-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and The Marbles. This gig was very likely canceled due to the sudden departure of bassist Fred Smith, who announced this between the two sets the previous night. An ad, published in the Village Voice, Vol XX No.14 pg. 94, exists: (ad listing) Concert  
17-Apr-75   New York, NY —  United States In his SoHo Weekly news column, (Vol. 2 No. 28 pg. 32) Danny Fields wrote "In a shockeroo move, bassist Richard Hell has left Television to start a new group (details must wait until next week). Replacing Richard temporarily will probably be the bass player of Blondie, and no doubt Television will continue as before, but Richard will be missed." As of the Spring of 2015, Fred Smith is still the bass player for Television.   comment  
25-Apr-75 Performance Studios
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad for this gig was placed in the Village Voice Vol XX No.17 pg. 120. Location: 23 East 20th Street, between Park and Broadway. (ad listing) Concert  
22-May-75   New York, NY —  United States In an article in the May 22, 1975 SoHo Weekly News (Vol II No.33 pp 37 & 41) entitled "Goodbye Liverpool, Hello Oblivion", Alan Betrock discusses the CBGB music scene and mentions seeing two members of Blondie earlier that week.   comment  
28-May-75     United States Eric Emerson (born 23-June-1945) died. He qa best known for his roles in films by Andy Warhol and as a member of the glam punk group the Magic Tramps.   comment  
June, 1975   Long Island, NY —  United States Gary Valentine states in his book (on page 80) that (with Alan Betrock, a journalist with the SoHo Weekly News and later the founder of New York Rocker) "In June 1975 we headed to a basement in Long Island, to make our recording debut on an eight track machine." They did a cover of the Shangri-Las "Out in the Streets" and four original numbers, one of which, "The Disco Song", became "Heart of Glass". That track, along with "Platinum Blonde" (which Alan "thought it best to tone some of the words down a bit") was later released by Chrysalis on "The Platinum Collection" in 1994.   recording  
13-Jun-75     United States Alan Betrock financed recording of a 5 song demo. Songs were Out In The Streets, Thin Line, Puerto Rico, Platinum Blonde, Once I Had A Love (The Disco Song). From "Parallel Lives - Blondie" by Dick Porter and Kris Needs (pg. 74).   recording  
4-Jul-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad for this gig was placed in the SoHo Weekly News Vol 2 No.39 pg.33, and another in the Village Voice. (SWN ad) (VV ad) Concert  
5-Jul-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad for this gig was placed in the SoHo Weekly News Vol 2 No.39 pg.33, and another in the Village Voice. (SWN ad) (VV ad) Concert  
6-Jul-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad for this gig was placed in the SoHo Weekly News Vol 2 No.39 pg.33, and another in the Village Voice. (SWN ad) (VV ad) Concert  
16-Jul-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. Rock festival (Blondie, Tuff Darts, Talking Heads). Setlist (documented from information at vivalesbootlegs.blogspot.com): Little Girl Lies; In The Flesh; Moonlight Drive; Charlotte the Harlot; Platinum Blonde; Man Overboard; Thin Line; Heat Wave; Attack of the Giant Ants. An ad exists in The SoHo Weekly News Vol 2 No. 41 pg 30   Concert  
17-Jul-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. Rock festival (Blondie, Tuff Darts, Talking Heads). A gig flyer in the personal collection of Chris Frantz was made public. (gig flyer) Concert  
18-Jul-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. Rock festival (Blondie, Tuff Darts, Talking Heads). Setlist (documented from information at vivalesbootlegs.blogspot.com): Little Girl Lies; In The Flesh; Moonlight Drive; Charlotte the Harlot; Platinum Blonde; Man Overboard; Thin Line; Heat Wave; Attack of the Giant Ants.   Concert  
31-Jul-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Rock festival Top 40 New York Unrecorded Rock Talent (Ramones, Blondie, Sting Ray, Jonny's Dance Band, Hambone Sweets, Silent Partners). An ad in the Village Voice (Vol.XX No.31 pg.76 ) exists: (ad listing) Concert  
1-Aug-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Performance as part of the CBGB Rock Festival. Ramones, Blondie, Talking Heads, Punch Dancer. An ad exists: (ad listing) Concert  
1-Aug-75 Forest Park Music Grove
New York, NY —  United States
Located in Queens, an evening concert, with Emmett Chapman also performing. A flyer exists. Flyer text: "New York Free Music Committee presents / Friday Twilight / Forest Park Concerts / Blondie + Emmett Chapman / Forest Park Music Grove August 1 6:30pm Queens / Free Admission . Parking . Picnic Tables / Park Drive near Woodhaven + Myrtle / Produced by Steven Inkwhite Tintweiss / The New York Free Music Committee is a non-profit cultural presentation association." Flyer image: (gig flyer) Concert  
15-Aug-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Performing with Heartbreakers and Talking Heads. Source of this gig and the date is a photo on pg. 44 of Making Tracks and a 2-concert online bootleg audio recording from vivalesbootlegs.blogspot.com. Setlist: Heat Wave (Martha and the Vandellas cover); Man Overboard; Little Girl Lies; A Girl Should Know Better (written by Jimmmy [Wynbrandt] of the Miamis); I Cover the Waterfront (a 1933 popular song and jazz standard composed by Johnny Green with lyrics by Edward Heyman); Femme Fatale (Velvet Underground cover); Lullaby (early version of Just Go Away); Attack of the Giant Ants. A video of this gig was posted to Youtube in January 2022; this is the earliest known video footage of the band. Ads were placed in the Village Voice (Vol XX No.32 ) and the SoHo Weekly News (Vol 2 No 45 pg 31): (ad listing) (ad listing) (youtube link)[*new*] Concert  
16-Aug-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
With The Heartbreakers and Talking Heads. An ad was published in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 32 and the SoHo Weekly News (Vol 2 No 45 pg 31): (ad listing) (ad listing) Concert  
17-Aug-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
With The Heartbreakers and Talking Heads. An ad was published in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 32 and the SoHo Weekly News (Vol 2 No 45 pg 31): (ad listing) (ad listing) Concert  
5-Sep-75 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
With The Fast. An ad exists in the Village Voice, Vol XX No 35 pg 88 (ad listing) (ad listing) Concert  
6-Sep-75 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
With The Fast. An ad exists in the Village Voice, Vol XX No 35 pg 88 (ad listing) Concert  
7-Sep-75 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
With The Fast. An ad exists in the Village Voice, Vol XX No 35 pg 88 (ad listing) Concert  
12-Sep-75 Performance Studios
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad exists in the Village Voice, Vol XX No.37 pg. 103 (ad listing) Concert  
13-Sep-75 Performance Studios
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad exists in the Village Voice, Vol XX No.37 pg. 103 (ad listing) Concert  
3-Oct-75 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad exists in the Village Voice, Vol XX No.41 pg. 97 (ad listing) (gig flyer) Concert  
4-Oct-75 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad exists in the Village Voice, Vol XX No.41 pg. 97 (ad listing) Concert  
5-Oct-75 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad exists in the Village Voice, Vol XX No.41 pg. 97 (ad listing) Concert  
23-Oct-75 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
The Fast and Blondie (gig flyer) Concert  
24-Oct-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook.   Concert  
25-Oct-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook.   Concert  
26-Oct-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook.   Concert  
30-Oct-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Big Halloween Weekend: Heartbreakers, Tuff Darts, Blondie, Manster, and Shadow. Blondie performed with Shadow on Nov. 1 & 2. An ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 43 pg 129 and Vol. XX No. 44 pg 112 (ad listing) Concert  
31-Oct-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Big Halloween Weekend: Heartbreakers, Tuff Darts, Blondie, Manster, and Shadow. Blondie performed with Shadow on Nov. 1 & 2. An ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 43 pg 129 and Vol. XX No. 44 pg 112 (ad listing) Concert  
1-Nov-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Big Halloween Weekend: Heartbreakers, Tuff Darts, Blondie, Manster, and Shadow. Blondie performed with Shadow on Nov. 1 & 2. An ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 43 pg 129 and Vol. XX No. 44 pg 112 (ad listing) Concert  
2-Nov-75 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Big Halloween Weekend: Heartbreakers, Tuff Darts, Blondie, Manster, and Shadow. Blondie performed with Shadow on Nov. 1 & 2. An ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 43 pg 129 and Vol. XX No. 44 pg 112 (ad listing) Concert  
8-Nov-75 Monty Python's Flying Circus
New York, NY —  United States
Image provided by Eddie Munoz, from a flyer he got from Clem Burke. According to the book, Blondie: Parallel Lives (D. Porter & K. Needs, 2012), this gig was keyboardist Jimmy Destri's first appearance. (gigflyer) Concert  
12-Nov-75 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with the Martian Rock Band. An ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 46 pg 115, and in The SoHo Weekly News, Vol 3 No 6 pg 47 (ad listing) Concert  
13-Nov-75 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
Ira Robbins (co-founder of Trouser Press) contributed the scan of a flyer from Mothers listing this November 13 show of Blondie and The Fast. His band, Knickers, which (before Blondie) included Jimmy Destri on keyboards, opened for The Fast at the same venue a week later. Paul Zone of The Fast posted a different image of the same flyer on his Facebook page, which was also published with a yellow background in his 2014 book, "Playground: Growing Up in the New York Underground". Mothers was at 267 West 23rd Street, on the north side of the street, just east of Eighth Avenue. (gig flyer) (facebook image) (yellow flyer) Concert  
23-Nov-75 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Mink DeVille with Blondie. An ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 47 pg 121 (ad listing) Concert  
2-Dec-75 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Marbles with Blondie. An ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XX No. 48 pg 103 (ad listing) Concert  
11-Dec-75 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie. Live on stage as part of the showing of the Amos Poe and Ivan Kral movie. An ad exists in the SoHo Weekly News Vol 3 No. pg 43. (ad listing) Concert  
18-Dec-75   New York, NY —  United States Danny Fields writes about the revival of Jackie Curtis' play "Vain Victory "in his column on pg 44 of SoHo Weekly News Vol 3 No. 11 that "Blondie's band provided the spirited accompaniment and everyone was in top form." This is one of the first positive reports about the band. (weekly column) comment  
17-Jan-76   New York, NY —  United States Fan letter dated 17 Jan 76 (postmarked the next day), which was sent to "Blondie" c/o Private Stock records, from someone named Susan Springfield who went on to be in "The Erasers", a local band that ran for a few years. This letter was received by the band and is recognized by Chris as being the first piece of fan mail they ever got.   comment  
13-Feb-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
with Miamis and Razors Edge. Gig flyer exists: "CBGB Valentines Day Weekend Miamis and Blondie" (Feb 13,14,15) [printed in England] and an ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XXI No.7 pg 134. A second ad was found on Ebay. (ad listing) (ebay ad) [*new*] Concert  
14-Feb-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
with Miamis and Razors Edge. Gig flyer exists: "CBGB Valentines Day Weekend Miamis and Blondie" (Feb 13,14,15) [printed in England] and an ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XXI No.7 pg 134 (ad listing) Concert  
15-Feb-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
with Miamis and Razors Edge. Gig flyer exists: "CBGB Valentines Day Weekend Miamis and Blondie" (Feb 13,14,15) [printed in England] and an ad exists in the Village Voice Vol XXI No.7 pg 134 (ad listing) Concert  
29-Feb-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
with Mink DeVille. An ad was published in the Village Voice, Vol. XXI No 9 pg. 104 (ad listing) Concert  
1-Mar-76   New York, NY —  United States Blondie's concert with Mink DeVille at Max's on 2/29 was published in the Openings section of the Village Voice, Vol. XXI No 9 pg. 73. This is the third positive report about Blondie. "Mink, perhaps the most versatile of the so-called Punk Rock or "underground" groups-they play rock, blues, reggae with equally ineluctable modality, whatever that means-meets the most glamorous, Blondie. Chihuahua!"   comment  
18-Mar-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with The Heartbreakers, The Miamis, Talking Heads, Marbles, Ramones, and Milk 'N Cookies. An ad published in the Village Voice Vol XXI No.11 pg. 127 exists: (ad listing) Concert  
19-Mar-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with The Heartbreakers, The Miamis, Talking Heads, Marbles, Ramones, and Milk 'N Cookies. An ad published in the Village Voice Vol XXI No.11 pg. 127 exists: (ad listing) Concert  
20-Mar-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with The Heartbreakers, The Miamis, Talking Heads, Marbles, Ramones, and Milk 'N Cookies. An ad published in the Village Voice Vol XXI No.11 pg. 127 exists: (ad listing) Concert  
28-Mar-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
with Tuff Darts. An ad was published in the Village Voice, Vol. XXI No. 9 pg. 104 (from microfiche in the New York Public Library in Manhattan). (ad listing) Concert  
4-Apr-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with Rice Miller Band. A Village Voice ad exists, which oddly appears to have been published the day after the show: (ad listing) Concert  
9-Apr-76 Phase V
Trenton, NJ —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook.   Concert  
10-Apr-76 Phase V
Trenton, NJ —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook.   Concert  
18-Apr-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Ramones with Blondie, from Johnny Ramone's notebook. An ad or gig flyer(?) lists Blondie, Ramones, Poppies at Easter Rock Festival, 9:30pm. Photographer Leee Black Childers made a photo collage "Announcing! Max's Easter Rock Festival". (ad listing) (photo collage) Concert  
30-Apr-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and Mink DeVille. An ad exists: (ad listing) Concert  
1-May-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie and Mink DeVille. An ad exists: (ad listing) Concert  
6-May-76     United States Chris has a tape "X Offender Rough May 6,7,8,9," with no year. Due to Jimmy's keyboard performance in the mixes, it was from 1976.   recording  
30-May-76 Manhattan Center
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie performed as part of a "Fantabulous New York Rock Party" fundraiser for Wayne County's legal defense bills. On March 24, Wayne County appeared in court, charged with assault after an incident in March at CBGB where he had attacked Dictators' singer "Handsome Dick" Manitoba with a mic stand, fracturing his collarbone. Manitoba, who had shouted a series of homophobic remarks during Wayne County's performance, was injured during the brawl and had sued Wayne County (see 'Details' for more). The fundraising event was hosted by Cherry Vanilla with performances by County, Holly Woodlawn, Dee Dee Ramone, Jack Curtis, Tuff Darts, Mink DeVille, Blondie, The Dolls, Suicide, and Divine, along with the Off-Broadway cast of *Women Behind Bars*. The gig flyer indicates there is a $5.00 minimum donation and all proceeds go to the Wayne County Defense Fund. Paul Zone posted photographs of the event program on his Facebook page. It credits Debbie Harry as "Debbie Blondie". Photographer Allan Tannenbaum took a photograph of her, in the striped pillowcase dress, backstage at the event. (gig flyer) (program outside) (program inside) (photo) (Details)[*new*] benefit concert  
17-Jun-76   New York, NY —  United States X Offender, with In The Sun on the B side, is released on Private Stock Records.   single (release date)  
18-Jun-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert  
19-Jun-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert  
26-Jun-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
On Sept. 10, 2014, Paul Zone wrote on his Facebook page, "June 26th, 1976 was my debut singing with The Fast on stage at Max's Kansas City, I had just turned 18. All my friends were there, Debbie came to introduce us waving 2 checkered flags and Joey, Dee Dee & Arturo made a poster and brought it along to give me before the show."   comment  
1-Jul-76 The Club
Cambridge, MA —  United States
With The Boize. Date consistent with statement Debbie made in Making Tracks pg. 38. Address: 823 Main St. Cambridge MA (serving the Boston market). An ad exists from the Boston Phoenix, June 29, 1976, page 28: ad listing) Concert  
2-Jul-76 The Club
Cambridge, MA —  United States
With The Boize. Date consistent with statement Debbie made in MT pg.38. Address: 823 Main St. Cambridge MA (serving the Boston market). An ad exists from the Boston Phoenix, June 29, 1976, page 28: ad listing) Concert  
3-Jul-76 The Club
Cambridge, MA —  United States
With The Boize. Date consistent with statement Debbie made in Making Tracks pg 38, where she describes driving back to New York early in the morning on July 4. Address: 823 Main St. Cambridge MA (serving the Boston market). An ad exists from the Boston Phoenix, June 29, 1976, page 28: ad listing) Concert  
23-Jul-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with The Heartbreakers and The Fast. 2 shows at 10pm and midnight. (gig flyer) Concert  
24-Jul-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with The Heartbreakers and The Fast   Concert  
26-Jul-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
with Dictators   Concert  
27-Jul-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert  
3-Aug-76 My Father's Place
Roslyn, NY —  United States
    Concert  
Summer, 1976 The Show Place
NJ —  United States
A contributor wrote: "Back in the summer of 1976 I was working as the Assistant Manager at a club in North Jersey called The Show Place. I was in the DJ booth when a very nice couple (Chris and Debbie) came up to me and handed me two copies of X-Offender/In The Sun on Private Stock records. I can remember playing that 45 several times over the next few months. Actually that was the first time in public that a recording of Blondie was played in the Garden State. I can also remember playing pinball with you and Debbie when your band came back to play at the club. It was a nice experience. Since then I have played in my own band The Chillers."   appearance  
September, 1976 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert  
September, 1976 CUANDO Gym
New York, NY —  United States
two questions: 1. Is the Venue location: Houston Street? 2. Deborah Olin says this must have been a meeting because there was only one show there.   comment  
23-Oct-76 Mini Festival At CUANDO Gym
New York, NY —  United States
Promo and booking and concept by Deborah Olin. Deborah provided the poster image and says that NY rock productions is on all the newspaper ads and tickets. She also settled some of the confusion about this date: there was only one time they played; however, she incorrectly stated that the person who did the poster misspelled the name. The confusion is now eliminated: The Coordinator of Contemporary, Photography and Works on Paper of the Brooklyn Museum contributed on 11 July 2018: "The notes are incorrect for this entry from 1976. The performance space was actually called 'CUANDO' not 'Quando'. It was not a mistake on the gig flyer. CUANDO was located at 9 2nd Avenue. The letters were an acronym for 'Cultural Understanding And Neighborhood Development Organization'. I performed there many times." (gig flyer) Concert  
16-Nov-76 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with the Heartbreakers (unconfirmed)   Concert  
November 18-19, 1976 The Rat
Boston, MA —  United States
One online source had indicated that Blondie played The Rat (formally,The Rathskeller, 528 Commonwealth Avenue Kenmore Square, Boston) on a Thursday and Friday in November 1976. Only Nov. 18-19 was possible due to the venue's schedule, and a thorough investigation that included written material and discussions with Paul "Blowfish" Lovell, an archivist of the history of The Rat and the Boston punk scene, concluded Blondie never played this venue. (external link) comment  
December 2-4, 1976 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Mumps were an American punk band fronted by Lance Loud. A friend of their guitarist Rob Duprey found a "contract", handwritten in blue pen by Debbie Harry at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, between CBGB OMFUG and Blondie outlining terms for shows with Mumps opening Dec 2-4, 1976. This agreement states that Blondie agrees to play two sets each night, at midnight and 2:00am. Note the style of Debbie's letter 'a', which she changed about two years later to the style she uses ever since. It is not known for certain which gigs in this date range are accurately listed. (agreement image) (facebook link) Canceled Concert (?)  
3-Dec-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with Tuff Darts   Concert  
4-Dec-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with Tuff Darts   Concert  
9-Dec-76     United States Test pressings of "Blondie" were made for Private Stock Records at the Specialty Records Corporation plant in Olyphant, PA. Address: 210 N. Valley Ave. This was originally in the possession of Chris Stein, who included it with some other records he gave to Barry L. Kramer.   comment  
23-Dec-76 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Source of this gig and the date is a 2-set online bootleg audio recording from vivalesbootlegs.blogspot.com. Before the song, someone (Clem?) says the lyrics were written by Lisa Persky (also known as Lisa Jane Persky), and Debbie adds "by the way, the name of the song is 'Euphony'." The song was co-written with Gary Valentine. The first song in the set is listed as "money go love", which I thought was "money no love" (a confirmed earlier title of Blondie's 1977 song "Fan Mail"). Set 1: Money Go Love; Poet's Problem/Little Girl Lies; Rifle Range; Bermuda Triangle Blues; Euphony; Contact In Red Square; I'm Always Touched By Your Presence Dear; Rip Her To Shreds; Kung Fu Girls; In The Sun; X Offender. Set 2: Fan Mail; Poet's Problem; You Look Good In Blue; Euphony; Contact In Red Square; Moonlight Drive; A Shark In Jets Clothing; I'm Always Touched By Your Presence Dear; band intros; X Offender. Some of this material has been uploaded to youtube. (external link) Concert  
29-Dec-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
With the New York Dolls. An ad for this show ran in the 27-Nov-76 issue of the Village Voice. (ad listing) (gig flyer) Concert  
30-Dec-76 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
With the New York Dolls. An ad for this show ran in the 27-Nov-76 issue of the Village Voice. (ad listing) (gig flyer) Concert  
31-Dec-76 Bethesda Fountain, Central Park
New York, NY —  United States
Chris Stein has a handwritten document indicating that Blondie had performed in Central Park on 31 Dec 76, and that they were owed $500 by some department of the City of New York. Performed cover of "Time is Tight" - Booker T & MG's. The Miamis were also scheduled to play.   Concert  
Unknown 1977 Rainbow Theater
   
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1-Jan-77 My Father's Place
Roslyn, NY —  United States
with John Cale. Performed cover of "Palisades Park" The venue address is 19 Bryant Ln, Roslyn, NY; phone (516) MA 1-3830 as shown in an ad on pg 97 of the 3/17/1975 issue of the Village Voice.   Concert  
January, 1977 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert  
January, 1977 Mother's
New York, NY —  United States
Location: West 23rd Street   Concert  
January, 1977 Brandy's II
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert  
10-Jan-77 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
"Big Party for Blondie"   appearance  
12-Jan-77 My Father's Place
Roslyn, NY —  United States
Venue location: 19 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Village, Long Island NY.   Concert  
21-Jan-77 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
With The Cramps (review) (ad listing) Concert  
22-Jan-77 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
With The Cramps (ad listing) Concert  
3-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Source of this is a Blondie concert poster that says "Direct From New York City". However, this may not be accurate because there is a fake gig flyer that features a photo of Debbie from 1986. Therefore, this date is unconfirmed. (fake gigflyer) Concert,
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9-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in the LA Times as "Blondie with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers". Also in Feb. 1977 in LA, Chris took the famous "Vultures" photo of Debbie. (ad listing) (Vultures photo) Concert,
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10-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in the LA Times as "Blondie with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers"   Concert,
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11-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in the LA Times as "Blondie with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers"   Concert,
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12-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in the LA Times as "Blondie with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers"   Concert,
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13-Feb-77 Rodney On The ROQ
Pasadena, CA —  United States
Various radio shows and interviews by Rodney Bingenheimer broadcast on KROQ, exact dates unknown. One of these was on 13 Feb (year was unknown but established: the date was probably 1977 as Feb. 13 fell on a Sunday night that year and Rodney's show was on Saturday night and Sunday night).   interview  
16-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in the LA Times as "Ramones and Blondie". This is also noted in Johnny Ramone's notebook ("Ramones with Blondie"). (ad listing) Concert,
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17-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in Lthe A Times as "Ramones and Blondie". This is also noted in Johnny Ramone's notebook ("Ramones with Blondie").   Concert,
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18-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in the LA Times as "Ramones and Blondie". This is also noted in Johnny Ramone's notebook ("Ramones with Blondie").   Concert,
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19-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in the LA Times as "Ramones and Blondie". This is also noted in Johnny Ramone's notebook ("Ramones with Blondie").   Concert,
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20-Feb-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Advertised in the LA Times as "Ramones and Blondie". This is also noted in Johnny Ramone's notebook ("Ramones with Blondie"). (ticket stub) Concert,
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2-Mar-77 Mabuhay Gardens
San Francisco, CA —  United States
with Crime   Concert,
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3-Mar-77 Mabuhay Gardens
San Francisco, CA —  United States
with Crime   Concert,
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4-Mar-77 Keystone Berkeley
Berkeley, CA —  United States
Blondie opening for John Cale   Concert,
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6-Mar-77 The Keystone
Palo Alto, CA —  United States
Blondie opened for John Cale. This show is not in the band itinerary, but appears accurate. An attendee wrote, "A friend, the manager of my then-band (we were called "Idiot" -- we played the Mabuhay several times during its heyday and various other local venues) and I went to Blondie's show at the Keystone Palo Alto that night. I had never heard them live before, and probably hadn't heard much of their music in those pre-internet days, but I certainly knew of them from magazines like Rock Scene, and because our band was kind of stretched between the glamour and punk eras and were influenced by both, I of course knew all the CBGBs bands and had records from those who had made them. Because I was working evenings, my friend and I had to go to the second show, and when we got to the Keystone there was literally one other customer in the place, a drunk guy asleep with his head on the table. There were workers, bartenders, whatever in the building of course, but he was the only other audience member. My recollection is that a few other people may have wandered in during the show, which was probably about 45 minutes to an hour max, but the crowd never exceeded a half-dozen beyond us, the sleeping guy woke up and wandered out, and the few newcomers seemed more interested in drinking than watching the band. I was definitely there for the 2nd show of the evening and as far as I can remember, the set list looks right, although I wouldn't remember if a few of them were wrong or out of order, because almost forty years ago. Also, the fact that it was a sort of off-the-cuff gig goes a little way toward explaining the stunning lack of customers." Another person had a tape allegedly from this, containing the following set: Palisades Park (Chuck Barris cover), Little Girl Lies, Look Good In Blue, Presence Dear, Man Overboard, Little GTO (Ronny & The Daytonas cover), In The Sun, Rip Her To Shreds, Evil Friends (early Blondie, unreleased original song; Debbie introduces the song as a "jazz-rock" number), Poets Problem, Flight 45, Platinum Blonde, Kung Fu Girls, I Didn't Have The Nerve To Say No, Rifle Range, Fan Mail, Moonlight Drive (The Doors cover), A Shark In Jets Clothing, Star Beast (Gary Valentine-Ronnie Toast, unreleased original song), Goldfinger (John Barry cover), Heatwave (Martha & The Vandellas cover), X Offender. Some audio recordings exist on youtube and elsewhere. A Palo Alto native attendee wrote, "Keystone Palo Alto (a satellite of the Keystone Berkeley) opened on Jan. 20, 1977 (it had previously been called Sophie's)". He adds: The Keystone's address was 260 S. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA. The ads say "260 California" because only locals know that there is a North California Avenue. It's a snobby Palo Alto thing to say "260 South California". (calendar) (calendar detail)[*new*] Concert,
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7-Mar-77 The Keystone
Palo Alto, CA —  United States
This show is also not in the band itinerary, but is on the Keystone's March19 77 calendar, appearing as a solo Blondie gig. (calendar) (calendar detail)[*new*] Concert,
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10-Mar-77 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert,
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11-Mar-77 Max's Kansas City
New York, NY —  United States
Performed two sets. (Midnight and 2:00am)   Concert,
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13-Mar-77 Le Plateau Theatre
Montreal —  Canada
with Iggy Pop and David Bowie (playing keyboards). First gig of the tour.   Concert,
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14-Mar-77 Seneca College Field House
Toronto —  Canada
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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16-Mar-77 Harvard Square Theater
Boston, MA —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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16-Mar-77 Punk Benefit
New York, NY —  United States
There seems to be a conflict on this date. This might be from March 18.   Concert,
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18-Mar-77 The Palladium
New York, NY —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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19-Mar-77 Tower Theater
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie. This gig wasn't listed in the band's itinerary.   Concert,
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21-Mar-77 Agora Ballroom
Cleveland, OH —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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22-Mar-77 Agora Ballroom
Cleveland, OH —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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23-Mar-77 Agora Ballroom
Cleveland, OH —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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25-Mar-77 Masonic Auditorium
Detroit, MI —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie. Venue address: Temple and 2nd Boulevard. (ticket stub) Concert,
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26-Mar-77 Masonic Auditorium
Detroit, MI —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie. This show was marked tentative in the band itinerary, but a ticket stub confirms it. (ticket stub) Concert,
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27-Mar-77 Riviera Theater
Chicago, IL —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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28-Mar-77 Riviera Theater
Chicago, IL —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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29-Mar-77 Leona Theater
Pittsburgh, PA —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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30-Mar-77 Agora Ballroom
Columbus, OH —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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31-Mar-77 Taft Auditorium
Cincinnati, OH —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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1-Apr-77 The Oriental Theater
Milwaukee, WI —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
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4-Apr-77 Paramount Theatre
Portland, OR —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie. Note: in 1984, Portland revamped this theater and renamed it 'Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall'.   Concert (tentative),
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5-Apr-77 Paramount Theatre
Seattle, WA —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie. Itineraries indicate these may also have been tentative for Portland   Concert,
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6-Apr-77           Travel  
7-Apr-77 Vancouver Gardens
Vancouver, BC —  Canada
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
9-Apr-77 Paramount Theatre
Seattle, WA —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
13-Apr-77 Berkeley Community Theater
Berkeley, CA —  United States
w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie (playing keyboards). A contributor states: "this venue is not part of the (U.C. Berkeley) campus as previously reported." [It was apparently confused with event on 29-Apr-1978.]   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
15-Apr-77 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
Santa Monica, CA —  United States
Advertised in LA Times as "Iggy Pop and Blondie". In Making Tracks, it says this is the last gig of the tour. Performed Palisades Park (Freddy Cannon cover).   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
16-Apr-77 San Diego Civic Auditorium
San Diego, CA —  United States
last gig: Iggy and Bowie Tour (not confirmed, but believed accurate). Performed "Palisades Park" (Freddy Cannon cover).   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
20-Apr-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
w/ Joan Jett. Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie and Deaf School" (ad listing) Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
21-Apr-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
w/ Joan Jett. Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie and Deaf School"   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
22-Apr-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
w/ Joan Jett. Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie and Deaf School"   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
23-Apr-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
w/ Joan Jett. Advertised in the LA Times as "Blondie and Deaf School". jam: "Anarchy in the UK" with Joan Jett and "I wanna be your dog" with Joan Jett on guitar, Rodney Bingenheimer on keyboards and Tony & Hunt Sales (Iggy Pop band), also Clem lead vocals and Debbie as "the dog".   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '77
4-May-77 Punk Benefit at CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
MC: David Johansen. Bands: 1. Alex Chilton; 2. Dead Boys with special guest: Ross Friedman (Dictators); 3. Suicide; 4. The Paley Brothers. Guest stars: Billy Ficca (Television), Ernie Brooks (Modern Lovers). Backed up by Ivan Kral, Lenny Kaye, Jay Dee Daugherty, Richard Sohl (Patti Smith Group); 5. Patti Smith Group with guest stars: Matthew Reich and Allen Lanier (Blue Oyster Cult); 6. Richard Hell & The Voidoids; 7. Auction I - Auctioneer: Handsome Dick Manitoba (Dictators); 8. Blondie with guest star: Fred Smith (Television); 9. Dead Boys.   benefit concert  
5-May-77 Punk Benefit at CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
MC: PUNK staff: Legs McNeil, John Holmstrom, Tom, Hal + Lester. Bands: 1. Cramps; 2. Fuse; 3. Helen Wheels; 4. Dead Boys; 5. The Criminals (Syl Sylvain + former Dolls); 6. Auction II; 7. Andy Paley, Ivan Kral, Jay Dee Daugherty: loose jam; 8. Richard Hell & The Voidoids; 9. Anya Phillips - dance; 10. Blondie with Fred Smith (Television); 11. Mickey Rose (Editor of Cheap Thrills) - Poetry Reading; 12. The Lester Bangs Conspiracy, very loose jam with Jay Dee Daugherty (PSG), Fred Smith (Television), Andy Shernoff (Dictators), Chris Stein, Clem Burke, Jimmy Destri (Blondie), Legs McNeil (PUNK).   benefit concert  
15-May-77 The Elgin Theatre
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie was to have appeared with The Senders. An article in the May 18th issue of Variety written by Fred Kirby explained that the dispute centered around payments for a sound system and to the band itself. (article pt.1) (article pt.2) Canceled Concert  
20-May-77 Village Bowl
Bournemouth —  England
A contributor who was jointly responsible for promoting this concert on behalf of the Bournemouth College Students Union states: "On 20 May 1977 Blondie played the Village Bowl, Bournemouth, but this was not with Television. There was only 1 set as well. This gig was their first gig in the UK and Europe and was a few days prior to the Television tour starting." [The band itinerary stated there were two sets, but those itineraries are not entirely accurate for this time period.] A different contributor gives the location as Westover Drive, Bournemouth and states: "It was a replacement gig for the canceled Sex Pistols 'Anarchy in the UK Tour' date", later describing watching Debbie perform "Rip Her To Shreds" on a five foot stage. Another attendee writes, "The support band was Squeeze, and the road in which the Chelsea Village Disco/Village Bowl was called Glen Fern Road. I was present at the gig, and know Bournemouth from my days there as a student in the years 1973-1975. I have double-checked the facts with another Blondie blog and several Bournemouth websites. Apparently, Debbie was reminded in 2019 about this gig and she had forgotten how small the stage and the venue were. There can only have been 100 people there." This show is discussed in the documentary "When Blondie Came to Britain", first broadcast by BBC2 on 18 November 2023, available on Youtube: (youtube link)[*new*] Concert,
1st European Tour '77
21-May-77   Glasgow —  Scotland An article in New Musical Express (30-Apr-1977) mentioned the tour, and a full page ad for Television's "Marquee Moon" May tour of the UK with Blondie appeared in the 21-May-1977 edition of the UK music paper Sounds. Debbie was also photographed, as she (and perhaps others in the band) watched The Ramones and Talking Heads performing at the University of Strathclyde. (NME article) (tour ad) (photo) travel (to)  
22-May-77 Apollo Theatre
Glasgow —  Scotland
with Television. 2 sets. (ticket stub) Concert,
1st European Tour '77
23-May-77 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
w/ Television (ticket stub) Concert,
1st European Tour '77
24-May-77 City Hall
Sheffield —  England
w/ Television (ticket stub) Concert,
1st European Tour '77
25-May-77   Manchester —  England     travel (to)  
26-May-77 Free Trade Hall
Manchester —  England
w/ Television (ticket) Concert,
1st European Tour '77
27-May-77 Odeon
Birmingham —  England
w/ Television (ad) (ticket stub) Concert,
1st European Tour '77
28-May-77 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
w/ Television. Venue note: the Hammersmith Odeon (Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London) was eventually renamed Hammersmith Apollo (Carling Apollo).   Concert,
1st European Tour '77
29-May-77 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
w/ Television. "Jet Boy", "Heatwave", "Little GTO"   Concert,
1st European Tour '77
30-May-77 Top Rank
Plymouth —  England
w/ Television. Original tour itinerary had this as an Off day. This gig may have been a canceled concert. An ad or flyer of unknown origin exists: (gig flyer/ad?) (Canceled?) Concert,
1st European Tour '77
31-May-77 Colston Hall
Bristol —  England
w/ Television. "Moonlight Drive", "Little GTO"   Concert,
1st European Tour '77
3-Jun-77 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Holland
w/ Television (poster)[*new*] Concert,
1st European Tour '77
5-Jun-77 Auditoire P-E Janson ULB
Brussels —  Belgium
w/ Television (ticket stub) Concert,
1st European Tour '77
7-Jun-77 Olympia
Paris —  France
w/ Television. An attendee and member of a Blondie facebook group said that Blondie did not perform at this gig, perhaps due to a conflict with Television, and were replaced by another band. It was scheduled but possible canceled. (ticket stub) Concert,
1st European Tour '77
15-Jun-77 Daddy's Dance Hall
Copenhagen —  Denmark
w/ Television   Concert,
1st European Tour '77
26-Jun-77 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with The Senders.   Concert  
June -July, 1977 Plaza Sound
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie recorded their second album, Plastic Letters. Producer: Richard Gotteher. Debbie wrote: Plastic Letters cover was shot at the Tropicana. Chrysalis thought it was too punkish, because I was wearing a pillowcase with red tape striped around it and the boys had on leather, so we had to re-shoot in New York. We rented a police car for some shots in the street and coincidentally a sign in the store across the street captured in the photograph read Plastic Letters. Terry Ellis, the president of Chrysalis suggested we use that as the title. As soon as the record was finished Leeds insisted we go and play the Whisky in L.A. for six nights so Chrysalis, which is based there, could see what it had bought. We did this against our better judgment because we didn't have the band together and we needed time to regroup. But the pace was beginning to pick up now and things were getting so frantic that we didn't have much choice but to go. Soon we were moving too fast to maintain control of what was happening around us and we had to leave it all up to Peter. He would say, "Oh I signed a contract and you have to play here." Or, "The record company expects you to go there and do some promo." The L.A. shows were pretty bad. Frankie couldn't really play bass so he played bass on half the songs and Chris played on the others. John Cassavetes and Sam Shaw filmed these shows for a projected movie called Blondie, which never happened.   [*new*] Recording  
1-Jul-77 Village Gate
New York, NY —  United States
Gig flyer exists for this group of three shows at Village Gate (Bleecker at Thompson). Also appearing: Lido (1st and 2nd July), Alex Chilton (3rd). (poster)[*new*] Concert  
2-Jul-77 Village Gate
New York, NY —  United States
Gig flyer exists for this group of three shows at Village Gate (Bleecker at Thompson). Also appearing: Lido (1st and 2nd), Alex Chilton (3rd). This is reportedly the last gig played with Gary Valentine. They played "The First One" (written by Valentine), which he later recorded to start his solo career.   Concert  
3-Jul-77 Village Gate
New York, NY —  United States
Gig flyer exists for this group of three shows at Village Gate (Bleecker at Thompson). Also appearing: Lido (1st and 2nd), Alex Chilton (3rd).   Concert  
4-Jul-77     United States Gary Valentine leaves Blondie. Frank Infante joined shortly thereafter, replacing Gary.   comment  
9-Aug-77 Plaza Sound?
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie recording session (unconfirmed location).   recording  
27-Aug-77 National Music and Sound Show
New York, NY —  United States
This was a convention-type event at the Hilton Hotel. One of the main sponsors was a leather jacket company and they gave all the band members leather jackets.   Concert  
8-Sep-77 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with Screaming Jay Hawkins. 2 sets. The Village Voice advertised this show on August 29. (ad listing) (full page) Concert  
9-Sep-77 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
2 sets.   Concert  
10-Sep-77 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
2 sets.   Concert  
11-Sep-77 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
2 sets.   Concert  
12-Sep-77 My Father's Place
Roslyn, NY —  United States
Reggae Night. Date not confirmed as accurate   Concert  
19-Sep-77 Old Waldorf
San Francisco, CA —  United States
Unconfirmed, but believed correct. A gig flyer indicating an extra added date was offered on Ebay in early 2019. Opening act: The Nuns. Venue address: 444 Battery. (gig flyer) Concert  
20-Sep-77 Old Waldorf
San Francisco, CA —  United States
Unconfirmed, but believed correct. KSAN recorded one of these for broadcast on Sept. 24. Opening act: The Nuns   Concert  
21-Sep-77 Old Waldorf
San Francisco, CA —  United States
Unconfirmed, but believed correct. KSAN recorded one of these for broadcast on Sept. 24. Opening act: The Nuns. Confirming evidence is in the form of an unofficial LP "Blondie: Loud and Clear" (released 2014).   Concert  
23-Sep-77 Hollywood Palladium
Hollywood, CA —  United States
Punk rock and fashion show. Blondie special guest, also Devo. 6215 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood CA   Concert  
24-Sep-77 Old Waldorf
San Francisco, CA —  United States
This is probably the broadcast date (by KSAN radio), not the date of the concert. See also: Sept. 20-21.   Radio Show  
26-Sep-77 Golden Bear
Huntington Beach, CA —  United States
The date of this gig may be incorrect   Concert  
28-Sep-77 Golden Bear
Huntington Beach, CA —  United States
Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie and Ala Carte". An Ebay listing for a gig flyer appeared in October 2020 with a minimum bid of $130. (gig flyer) Concert  
29-Sep-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Filmed By John Cassavetes and Sam Shaw. Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie with Max Webster". It is believed this was Frank Infante's first public performance with Blondie. However, Toby Mamis wrote: "it is absolutely likely that Frankie played some club shows in and around the NYC area before that fateful trip to LA for the Whisky shows." A poster exists for this show: "The Whisky presents Blondie 9/29 — 10/2/77". The band stayed at the Tropicana for this series of shows.   Concert  
30-Sep-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Filmed By John Cassavetes and Sam Shaw. Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie with Max Webster"   Concert  
1-Oct-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Filmed By John Cassavetes and Sam Shaw. Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie with Max Webster"   Concert  
2-Oct-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Filmed By John Cassavetes and Sam Shaw. Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie with Max Webster"   Concert  
3-Oct-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Filmed By John Cassavetes and Sam Shaw. Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie/Devo/The Germs" (at 4pm) and "Blondie and Devo" (at 9pm and 11:30pm) (ad listing) Concert  
4-Oct-77 Whisky A Go-Go
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Filmed By John Cassavetes and Sam Shaw. Don't have an ad for this gig, so this date isn't confirmed.   Concert  
21-Oct-77 Other Cinema
London —  England
Melody Maker (15-Oct-77) reports the Amos Poe film, Blank Generation, opens at Other Cinema in London. (news article) comment  
24-Oct-77   Melbourne —  Australia T.V., Radio, Magazine Interviews   press  
25-Oct-77 Winter Gardens
Malvern —  England
This show is not in the band's itinerary, but the website Malvern Winter Gardens Rock Archive indicates promoter Cherry Red Promotions had it planned but "Gig cancelled. The first part of Blondie's UK tour was cancelled due to the band buying a release from their recording contract with Private Stock. The replacement band for this gig was The Rods." (external link) Canceled Concert  
2-Nov-77 Winter Gardens
Malvern —  England
This show is not in the band's itinerary, but a poster advertising it exists. The website Malvern Winter Gardens Rock Archive indicates promoter Cherry Red Promotions had it planned but "Gig cancelled." In another entry, it added, "The first part of Blondie's UK tour was cancelled due to the band buying a release from their recording contract with Private Stock." (poster) ( Canceled Concert  
6-Nov-77     England Rehearsal at Sonocor   Rehearsal  
7-Nov-77 Granada Television
Manchester —  England
Rip Her To Shreds, 3:04. 'So It Goes' weekly show   T.V.  
10-Nov-77     England Rehearsal at Roxy   Rehearsal  
11-Nov-77 Barbarella's
Birmingham —  England
    Concert,
Second British Tour November 1977
11-Nov-77       Rehearsal at Roxy   Rehearsal  
12-Nov-77 Maxwell Hall
Aylesbury —  England
First gig with Nigel Harrison. Poster for this gig reads: Friars at the Maxwell (Vale) Hall Aylesbury / from new york city Blondie + XTC / Tickets 175p from Earth Records Aylesbury; Sun Music H.WYC. / Ellis Jon's Amershapm. Hi-VU Buck. F.L. Moore Luton, Dunst & Bletchley. / Free 'N' Easy Hemel or 175p at door (i.a.) Membership 25p. (gig flyer) Concert,
Second British Tour November 1977
13-Nov-77       Possible show here?   concert (unconfirmed)  
14-Nov-77 Locarno
Coventry —  England
With XTC. Locarno later became Tiffany's and then the Central Library. (info, images) Concert,
Second British Tour November 1977
15-Nov-77 Rainbow Theatre
London —  England
Finsbury Park; 8pm, £2.50   Concert,
Second British Tour November 1977
18-Nov-77 Laser Club
Paris —  France
In Rock&Folk #132, an article about this show reports it being at the venue "The Nashville", but this conflicts with the band's itinerary. Concert poster: "RTL Blondie 18 Nov" (year not on the poster, but it is probably this one).   Concert,
European Tour November 1977
19-Nov-77 Paradiso Club
Amsterdam —  Holland
Concert poster: "Blondie at Paradiso 19 Nov" (year not on the poster, but it is probably this one).   Concert,
European Tour November 1977
21-Nov-77 Down Town Club
Munich —  Germany
A poster exists for this gig.   Concert,
European Tour November 1977
25-Nov-77     Australia Blondie party arrives BA 844, 4:50pm.   travel (arrive)  
26-Nov-77 Concert Hall
Perth —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
29-Nov-77 Apollo Stadium
Adelaide —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
29-Nov-77 Concert Hall
Perth —  Australia
    Concert  
30-Nov-77 Apollo Stadium
Adelaide —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
1-Dec-77 Palais Theatre
Melbourne —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
2-Dec-77 Regent Theatre
Albury —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
3-Dec-77 Hoyts Theatre
Wagga —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
5-Dec-77 Civic Theatre
Newcastle —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
6-Dec-77 Town Hall
Lismore —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets. Lismore was originally scheduled Dec. 7   Concert  
8-Dec-77 Her Majesty's Theatre
Brisbane —  Australia
Canceled show because Debbie was sick. This is the only Blondie show ever canceled (to date).   Canceled Concert  
10-Dec-77 Town Hall
Wollongong —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
11-Dec-77 State Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets. Someone taped this show and posted comments online about it: (external link) Concert  
12-Dec-77 Canberra Theatre
Canberra —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets. "Cherries show" "Don't Eat Cherries"   Concert  
15-Dec-77 Morwell Technical College
Morwell, Victoria —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   concert  
16-Dec-77   Shepparton —  Australia     travel (to)  
17-Dec-77 Plaza Theatre
Geelong —  Australia
w/ The Ferrets   Concert  
18-Dec-77 Her Majesty's Theatre
Brisbane —  Australia
Rescheduled from Canceled show due to DH illness (on December 8).   Concert  
19-Dec-77   Hobart —  Australia     travel (to)  
19-Dec-77 Granada Tavern
Berriedale, Tasmania —  Australia
    Concert  
20-Dec-77 Granada Tavern
Berriedale, Tasmania —  Australia
This entry might be inaccurate. Itinerary says "Concert/Hobart show at Berriedale"   Concert  
21-Dec-77   Great Keppel Island —  Australia There were three shows during the 7 days here (not a show every day), but don't know which days.   Concert  
22-Dec-77   Great Keppel Island —  Australia     Concert  
23-Dec-77   Great Keppel Island —  Australia     Concert  
24-Dec-77   Great Keppel Island —  Australia     Concert  
25-Dec-77   Great Keppel Island —  Australia     Concert  
26-Dec-77   Great Keppel Island —  Australia     Concert  
27-Dec-77   Great Keppel Island —  Australia     Concert  
28-Dec-77   Great Keppel Island —  Australia     travel (depart)  
29-Dec-77   Bangkok —  Thailand They flew from Sidney to Bangkok for 4 shows, and stayed in Thailand for 10 days.   travel (to)  
31-Dec-77 Ambassador Hotel
Bangkok —  Thailand
Performed two sets. (ticket stub, photos) Concert  
Late December 1977     Japan Plastic Letters is released in Japan. The U.S. release was delayed until Feb. 1978,   [*new*] Release  
1-Jan-78 Ambassador Hotel
Bangkok —  Thailand
Performed two sets. Ticket stub photo by Chris Stein. (ticket stub) Concert  
5-Jan-78   Tokyo —  Japan     travel (to)  
10-Jan-78 Osaka Festival Hall
Osaka —  Japan
Additional info: Set list sample: X Offender/In The Sun/In The Flesh/Kidnapper/and more. For the encore: Kung Fu Girls/Little GTO. + "Goldfinger" only at Osaka)   Concert,
Japanese Tour '78
11-Jan-78 Nakano Sun Plaza
Tokyo —  Japan
see also 1978 Jan 10 for some set list information   Concert,
Japanese Tour '78
12-Jan-78 Nakano Sun Plaza
Tokyo —  Japan
see also 1978 Jan 10 for some set list information   Concert,
Japanese Tour '78
14-Jan-78 Shibuya Kokaido
Tokyo —  Japan
see also 1978 Jan 10 for some set list information   Concert,
Japanese Tour '78
16-Jan-78 Shibuya Kokaido
Tokyo —  Japan
see also 1978 Jan 10 for some set list information   Concert,
Japanese Tour '78
18-Jan-78 Nagoyashi Kokaido
Nagoya —  Japan
see also 1978 Jan 10 for some set list information   Concert,
Japanese Tour '78
24-Jan-78 Dingwalls
London —  England
Camden Town, London   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
26-Jan-78   Leiden —  Netherlands     Concert,
1st European Tour '78
27-Jan-78 Stokvishal
Arnhem —  Holland
Band itinerary lists venue as "Stockvis Hall"   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
29-Jan-78 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Holland
Gig poster exists for this show (29-30 Jan).   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
30-Jan-78 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Holland
Gig poster exists for this show (29-30 Jan).   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
31-Jan-78 Theatre 140
Brussels —  Belgium
This date is not in the band's itinerary, but a ticket stub exists for this one. Either the show was rescheduled one day earlier, or there were two shows on consecutive nights. (ticket stub) Concert,
1st European Tour '78
February, 1978     United States Plastic Letters is released by Chrsalis Records in the U.S. Exact date unknown.   [*new*] Release  
1-Feb-78 Theatre 140
Brussels —  Belgium
This is the date in the band's itinerary. A gig flyer, with Heartbreakers on Wednesday 01-Feb-78, was submitted via the internet. (gig flyer) Concert,
1st European Tour '78
3-Feb-78 Faculte de Sciences
Bordeaux —  France
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
4-Feb-78 Palais des Sports
Toulouse —  France
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
6-Feb-78 Bourse du Travail
Lyon —  France
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
8-Feb-78 Salle Polyvalente du Merlan
Marseilles —  France
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
10-Feb-78 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Holland
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
12-Feb-78 Kongresshaus Wien
Vienna —  Austria
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
13-Feb-78 Schwabinger Brau
Munich —  West Germany
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
14-Feb-78 Markthalle
Hamburg —  Germany
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
16-Feb-78 Kant Kino
Berlin —  Germany
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
18-Feb-78 Dad's Dance Hall
Malmo —  Sweden
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
19-Feb-78 Jarlateatern / Jarla Theatre
Stockholm —  Sweden
Band itinerary uses the English venue name. The ticket stub, along with others, was listed on Ebay in April 2023; the description states it "used to belong to an avid Swedish concert goer called Kaj Sjöberg". (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) Concert,
1st European Tour '78
20-Feb-78   Stockholm —  Sweden Unconfirmed; source unknown.   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
February, 1978 German T.V. Show
  Germany
    TV,
1st European Tour '78
23-Feb-78 King George's Hall
Blackburn —  England
A former venue employee thinks the reason the tickets were not numbered was to sell more than the allowed number, making the promoter a fortune, adding "I think they were only booked to play The Lodestar but it was switched to KGH when they realised the demand". The gig flyer for this show was A3 size and they were stuck all over Blackburn and sold at the gig for 10p. (gig flyer) (ticket)[*new*] Concert,
1st European Tour '78
23-Feb-78 Top of the Pops
  England
Blondie performed "Denis"   TV,
1st European Tour '78
24-Feb-78 Sheffield University
Sheffield —  England
Gig poster reads Sheffield University Union of Students Ents presents Blondie "plus advertising , disco , late bar / Friday 24th February / Tickets: 1.10 (pounds) to members in advance, 1.20 to others and on the door. Members and bona fide guests only."   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
25-Feb-78 Strathclyde University
Glasgow —  Scotland
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
27-Feb-78 Lancaster University
Lancaster —  England
Supported by Mungo Jerry and the Venus Boys   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
28-Feb-78 Barbarella's
Birmingham —  England
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
2-Mar-78 Dunstable Queensway Hall
Dunstable —  England
    Concert,
1st European Tour '78
3-Mar-78 Salford University - Maxwell Hall
Manchester —  England
Posters exist for this gig.   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
5-Mar-78 London Roundhouse
London —  England
Supporting act: The Boyfriends   Concert,
1st European Tour '78
6-Mar-78 Kent University
Canterbury —  England
  (ticket stub) Concert,
1st European Tour '78
9-Mar-78   New York, NY —  United States "Blondie home from worldwide tour"   travel (to)  
27-Mar-78   New York, NY —  United States Private invitation: Punk Magazine cordially invites you & a guest to the wedding of Joey Ramone & Deborah Harry in the final scene of "Mutant Monster Beach Party". This was featured in the July/August 1978 issue of Punk Magazine.   appearance  
25-Apr-78 Starwood Club
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
A T-shirt exists for this gig listing; in bright pink lettering on a black shirt, "blondie does it / STARWOOD / Los Angeles, Calif. / April 25th 26th 1978". Both dates confirmed by a person attending. This is the source of the "Blondie... Live" bootleg. (external link) Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
26-Apr-78 Starwood Club
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
    Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
29-Apr-78 Zellerbach Hall
Berkeley, CA —  United States
On the U.C. Berkeley campus. (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
May, 1978 Mabuhay Gardens
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
4-May-78 Palladium
New York, NY —  United States
Robert Gordon and Link Wray opened. Performed "Oh oh I love her so" and "Little Rooster". Note: a reliable source indicates this gig was at The Palladium, so it is unknown whether it was there or at CBGB as originally indicated in this list. Changed to reflect the most reliable source.   Concert  
7-May-78 Johnny Blitz Benefit at CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Johnny Blitz Benefit with Robert Fripp; performed "Sister Midnight" (cover of Iggy Pop from his 1977 album 'The Idiot' and "I Feel Love" (cover of Donna Summer's 1977 track from her fifth studio album, 'I Remember Yesterday').   benefit concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
11-May-78 Palladium
New York, NY —  United States
with Robert Gordon and Link Ray; Met Robert Fripp   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
25-May-78 Top of the Pops
  England
Blondie performed "I'm Always Touched By Your Presence Dear"   TV  
27-May-78 The Paradise
Boston, MA —  United States
venue address 969 Commonwealth; tickets $4.50, show 11pm.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
27-May-78 WBCN Radio Show
Boston, MA —  United States
Some photos are available on Renee Devine's photography page. (externalBuy link) Radio Show  
1-Jun-78 My Father's Place
Roslyn, NY —  United States
    Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
23-Jun-78 The Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
Blondie opened for Alice Cooper. Someone who attended wrote this: "At this show there was some idiot yelling 'Boo Blondie off stage...they're PUNK.' There was booing at first. By the end of the second song most of the crowd had been won over. By the end of the third song, those that didn't like it had shut up. By the end of the set, I don't remember anyone not liking the group (not just because they were finished either)." (ticket stub) Concert  
2-Jul-78 Alpine Valley Music Theater
East Troy, WI —  United States
with Alice Cooper and Eddie Money (gig flyer)[*new*] Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
17-Jul-78 Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium
Santa Cruz, CA —  United States
w/ The Kinks. This is the entry in the band's itinerary. Another source claimed the venue was "The Catalyst", but it was not, as confirmed by a friend of an employee who took photographs at this event.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
19-Jul-78 San Diego State Amphitheater
San Diego, CA —  United States
w/ The Kinks   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
20-Jul-78 Dooley's
Phoenix / Tempe, AZ —  United States
w/ The Kinks. This date was in the Blondie band itinerary, but The Kinks archivist Doug Hinman indicates it was canceled.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
22-Jul-78 Kansas City Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall
Kansas City, MO —  United States
w/ The Kinks. The Kinks archivist Doug Hinman indicates the venue was changed to Uptown Theater.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
23-Jul-78 Jay's Longhorn Bar
Minneapolis, MN —  United States
w/ The Kinks. Source: band itinerary and Star Tribune —Minneapolis, Minnesota 23 Jul 1978, Page 57 (Blondie's first MSP show announcement): "Of note in the pop music showcase clubs this week: Blondie, the neo-'60s/'80s New York new wave rock quintet fronted by its namesake, Debbie (Blondie) Harry, will play two concerts today at 7 and 10 p.m. at the newly remodeled and expanded Jay's Longhorn Bar."   [*new*] Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
25-Jul-78 Kiel Opera House
St. Louis, MO —  United States
w/ The Kinks   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
28-Jul-78 Armadillo World Headquarters
Austin, TX —  United States
w/ The Kinks   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
29-Jul-78 McFarlin Memorial Auditorium
Dallas, TX —  United States
w/ The Kinks. The Kinks archivist Doug Hinman indicates the venue is "McFarlin Memorial Auditorium, Southern Methodist University". Chris's band itineraries had the venue misspelled as McFarland's Auditorium.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
30-Jul-78 Houston Music Hall
Houston, TX —  United States
w/ The Kinks   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
1-Aug-78 Masonic Auditorium
Detroit, MI —  United States
w/ The Kinks   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
2-Aug-78 El Mocambo
Toronto —  Canada
Venue address 464 Spadina   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
3-Aug-78 El Mocambo
Toronto —  Canada
This is the source of the "Peroxide on Blonde" bootleg. Originally scheduled with The Kinks per the band itinerary. An attendee writes, "That night, the Kinks played the Warehouse in New Orleans, with Tom Petty, which I was there. Details at http://www.blackstrat.net/#YY78" (a Kinks ticket stub confirms).   [*new*] Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
5-Aug-78 Fox Theater
Atlanta, GA —  United States
w/ The Kinks   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
6-Aug-78 Gusman Hall
Miami, FL —  United States
w/ The Kinks and Tom Petty. The Kinks archivist Doug Hinman indicates this date was canceled so a second date in Atlanta could be added.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
6-Aug-78 Fox Theater
Atlanta, GA —  United States
w/ The Kinks and Tom Petty. The Kinks archivist Doug Hinman indicates that Miami was canceled and this second date in Atlanta added instead.   Concert,
1st U.S. Tour '78
12-Aug-78 Dell, Bilzen Rock/Jazz Festival
Bilzen —  Belgium
This date isn't listed in Blondie's itinerary, but The Kinks archivist Doug Hinman indicates this gig with Blondie; Radio Stars; Little Bob Story; Tyla Gang; Japan; Lindisfarne (this is also supported by the "History" link on the Bilzen website which indicates the festival was August 10-13). This is the first gig of the tour, but someone who attended writes: "Blondie only played once. On the 12th. It was not a normal concert. The band was in London for an exhibition. The band flew over to Bilzen. We had a cancellation of Lou Reed, if I remember correctly. The band had no instruments here. We hired the instruments. It was a "surprise act". The band was not on the bill. This explains why the concert doesn't figure in the itineraries." Photos exist online, as does the setlist and a mention in the lineup shown on the festival website (now only archived): (external link) Concert  
13-Aug-78   London —  England     travel (arrive),
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
14-Aug-78 Mirandy Gallery — Photo Exhibition
London —  England
In August 1978, Martyn Goddard held an two-week exhibition of his photographs of Debbie Harry, titled 'Blondie In Camera', at the Mirandy Gallery in central London. Debbie attended the opening, which was sponsored by Chrysalis Records and the Sunday Telegraph. It was a showcase of images from Martyn's two photo shoots in New York (May and June, 1978), the media launch of Blondie's latest single "Picture This", and the presentation of a silver disc for the Plastic Letters album. Another exhibition of his work was held from16 August to 24 September 2016. For more details about the events and the photographs behind it, or to view or purchase prints, visit Martyn's pages at Snap Galleries. See also: information about the band getting chased in Making Tracks, page 134 (Note: "Mirandy Gallery" was and often is misspelled as "Miranda Gallery"). (link 1) (link 2) (event invitation)[*new*] London's photographic exhibition  
August ?,1978 AVRO's Top Pop
  Holland
    TV  
24-Aug-78 Top of the Pops
  England
Blondie performed "Picture This"   TV  
27-Aug-78 Gröna Lunds Tivoli
Stockholm —  Sweden
An attendee stated this show was at Tivoli Gardens (full name Gröna Lunds Tivoli) in Copenhagen, but the venue is in Stockholm. Chris Stein's band itinerary listed it as Grona Lund Tivoli in Stockholm, performing with Buzzcocks. A different source indicates the venue is "Konserthuset" (English: "The Concert Hall"). Gröna Lund (lit. "Green Grove") is an amusement park in Stockholm, the oldest in Sweden. It is operated by Gröna Lunds Tivoli AB. In April 2023, a ticket stub for this show was listed for sale on Ebay, with the following description: "BLONDIE / 27 August 1978 concert ticket stub - Gröna Lund, Stockholm, Sweden [vintage original ticket stub] / Original ticket stub. All of the concert ticket stubs up for grabs this week used to belong to an avid Swedish concert goer called Kaj Sjöberg. He saved all of his ticket stubs and kept notebooks with meticulous comments about all concerts he had attended, where/when they took place, gave them ratings on a 5-star scale and often accompanied them with notes such as "met the group at the airport/hotel", "took pictures" etc. Most of the concerts he attended took place in Stockholm, but he also ventured to Gothenburg and London, UK. Some really special and iconic concerts. / Size: 11.2 cm x 4.8 cm (approximately 4.5" x 2"); Condition: VG+ (crease, three staple marks, writing on back) ". (ticket stub) Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
28-Aug-78 Château Neuf
Oslo —  Norway
w/ Buzzcocks   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
29-Aug-78   Hamburg —  Germany     travel (arrive)  
30-Aug-78   Amsterdam —  Holland     travel (arrive)  
31-Aug-78 TopPop
Amsterdam —  Holland
  (external link) T.V. Show  
31-Aug-78   Amsterdam —  Holland     Off  
1-Sep-78 Rodahal
Kerkrade —  Holland
w/ Buzzcocks   concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
2-Sep-78   Barcelona —  Spain     travel (to)  
2-Sep-78 Canet de Mar
Barcelona —  Spain
This conflicts with the Blondie band itinerary, but a contributor confirms this happened: "A friend of mine attended the show. Blondie performed with Ultravox and Nico, as well other famous Spanish artists and Latin-American. That show was part of the Canet Rock 78', in a village near Barcelona (Canet de Mar). It received really good reviews. But yes I confirm you that this show happened and it was very successful." (gig flyer) Concert  
4-Sep-78 Vereeniging
Nijmegen —  Holland
w/ Buzzcocks   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
5-Sep-78   Brussels —  Belgium     travel (to)  
6-Sep-78 Ancienne Belgique
Brussels —  Belgium
w/ Buzzcocks   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
7-Sep-78 Doelen
Rotterdam —  Holland
w/ Buzzcocks. One source indicated the venue might have changed to "Eksit", but an attendee confirmed this is not correct and that it indeed took place in the Doelen.   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
8-Sep-78   London —  England     travel (arrive)  
9-Sep-78   Oslo —  Norway The Sept. 9, 1978 issue of "Melody Maker" indicates there was a show in Oslo. Date and venue unknown   concert  
9-Sep-78 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
Supporting band The Boyfriends started their tour with Blondie, continuing through to Paris. (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
10-Sep-78 Portsmouth Guildhall
Portsmouth —  England
w/ Boyfriends   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
11-Sep-78   Newcastle —  England     travel (to)  
11-Sep-78 Our Price Records
London —  England
Our Price Records, 100 Kensington High Street, (London) in-store appearance at 1pm. This was the band's second appearance.   press  
12-Sep-78 City Hall
Newcastle Upon Tyne —  England
w/ Boyfriends   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
13-Sep-78 Odeon
Edinburgh —  Scotland
w/ Boyfriends (ticket stub) Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
14-Sep-78 Free Trade Hall
Manchester —  England
w/ Boyfriends   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
15-Sep-78 Odeon
Birmingham —  England
w/ Boyfriends (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
16-Sep-78 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
w/ Boyfriends. Gig flyer exists for this. (gig flyer) (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
18-Sep-78 Phillipshalle
Düsseldorf —  Germany
w/ Boyfriends   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
19-Sep-78 Musikladen
Bremen —  West Germany
w/ Boyfriends. A second source indicates venue is "Funkhaus". This might have been from West German TV. Setlist: X Offender, Little Girl Lies, Look Good In Blue, Man Overboard, In The Flesh, I'm On E, Love At The Pier, I Didn't Have The Nerve To Say No, Bermuda Triangle Blues (Flight 45), Kidnapper, Youth Nabbed As Sniper. Blondie's appearance on Musikladen (a legendary German pop show going way back to the 1960s) was officially released on DVD and 2-CD: DVD on Encore Music Entertainment (PA-99-616-D), and the 2CD on NMC Music (80094500071 0).   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
20-Sep-78 Musikhalle
Hamburg —  Germany
w/ Boyfriends   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
21-Sep-78 Neue Welt, Hasenheide
Berlin —  West Germany
w/ Boyfriends. Poster exists for this gig.   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
22-Sep-78 Stadthalle
Erlangen —  Germany
w/ Boyfriends (poster)[*new*] Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
23-Sep-78 Schwabinger Brau
Munich —  West Germany
w/ Boyfriends   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
23-Sep-78       Parallel Lines is released   Release  
24-Sep-78 Volkhaus
Zurich —  Switzerland
w/ Boyfriends   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
26-Sep-78 Stadium
Paris —  France
In Best #123 the venue for this show is advertised as being Paris, "Le Palace". The hour of the show is also given, being 22h (10 pm). A poster exists for this gig (shown in Making Tracks, page 122). This date is not in the band's itinerary. w/Boyfriends.   Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
September, 1978     Switzerland     Concert,
Blondie European Tour 1978 August-September
13-Oct-78 Club Hollywood
New York, NY —  United States
1st Annual Punk Magazine Awards Ceremony, scheduled to appear were the Ramones, Kiss, Blondie, the Dead Boys, Richard Hell & The Voidoids, the Dictators and the Village People. (press link) benefit concert  
29-Oct-78 Glassboro State College
Glassboro, NJ —  United States
First gig of tour. Opening act: David Johansen, Moon Martin. Blondie performed two shows per night on most or all of this tour.   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
31-Oct-78 My Father's Place
Roslyn, Long Island, NY —  United States
    Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
November, 1978 ?
Long Island, NY —  United States
    Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
3-Nov-78 Paradise Theater
Boston, MA —  United States
    Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
4-Nov-78 Paradise Theater
Boston, MA —  United States
"Headlines" bootleg.   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
6-Nov-78 Walnut Street Theater
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
"Comes Alive" bootleg.   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
7-Nov-78 Ontario Theater
Washington, DC —  United States
An attendee writes: "It was a weeknight, a couple of weeks before Thanksgiving. I found out about the show from an ad in the Washington Post. Heart of Glass had not been released as a single yet so Blondie was not well known at the time except in new wave circles. The Ontario was a small dumpy 1950's movie theater that had a stage. The theater is long gone now. A group called 'Baby Grand' was the opening act. They were booed loudly until the second or third song when everyone found out how good they really were. They did a version of Walk Away Renee which the crowd seemed to like. We had to stand for the whole concert because everyone else did too. And boy were they loud! Their dressing room was a trailer parked on the sidewalk in front of the theater. After the concert a couple of the band members came out of the trailer to meet fans. I got to meet a couple of them. Debbie Harry did not come out. After the concert we went to the original 930 Club, which back then was a downtown hole in the wall on F Street in DC that had a great jukebox with the likes of Iggy Pop, etc."   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
10-Nov-78 Wilkeson Pub - U.B Amherst Campus
Buffalo, NY —  United States
The band itinerary indicates the venue was "Patrick Henry's", but a gig flyer has been discovered which advertises the show as being at the Wilkeson Pub — University of Buffalo's Amherst Campus, 10pm, tickets $2.50 in advance, $4.50 at the door. (gig flyer) Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
11-Nov-78 Little Theater at Public Hall
Cleveland, OH —  United States
  (review)[*new*] Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
12-Nov-78 Palladium
New York, NY —  United States
with Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels; The Heartbreakers. Robert Fripp also played with Blondie (Chris has a tape of it and indicated this on the label). (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) (partial ad) Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
14-Nov-78 Pine Crest Country Club
Shelton, CT —  United States
    Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
15-Nov-78 Toad's Hall
Hartford, CT —  United States
Source of this unknown -- believed to be in error.   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
15-Nov-78 Hard Rock Cafe
West Hartford, CT —  United States
This is the date and venue indicated in Chris's itinerary; however, there is conflicting venue information.   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
16-Nov-78 Toad's Hall
New Haven, CT —  United States
This is the date indicated in Chris's itinerary.   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
18-Nov-78 Winterland
San Francisco, CA —  United States
Also appearing: REO Speedwagon and local act "The Readymades." This was Bill Graham's premiere club for bands from 1971-1978; it held 5500 people. This show was recorded, and broadcast on December 31 (the closing night of the venue).   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
19-Nov-78 Coconut Grove Ballroom
Santa Cruz, CA —  United States
with Greg Kihn. This was previously incorrectly listed as at the Santa Cruz Civic. The contributor who attended and made the correction adds: "I remember Clem standing up for a while as he played drums, and thinking it was so cool! This was right around the time Keith Moon died. Santa Cruz had a strong punk scene and many great bands."   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
21-Nov-78 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
Santa Monica, CA —  United States
An attendee of this show confirmed the date and setlist written down at the time: In The Sun, X Offender, Hanging On The Telephone, Detroit 442, Fan Mail, Picture This, 11:59, Pretty Baby, I'm Always Touched By Your Presence Dear, Sunday Girl, Denis, I'm on E, I'm Gonna Love You Too, Will Anything Happen?, Fade Away And Radiate, Heart Of Glass, I Know But I Don't Know, One Way Or Another, Youth Nabbed As Sniper; Kung Fu Girls, Bang A Gong (Get It On), Rip Her To Shreds; Heroes. Promoter: Wolf & Rissmiller. Cost $7.50 (ticket stub) (backstage pass) Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
22-Nov-78 Roxy
Pacific Beach, CA —  United States
    Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
2-Dec-78 Ukrainian Theater
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie as part of the New Wave lineup at the Nova Convention   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
3-Dec-78 Irving Plaza
New York, NY —  United States
Chris and Debbie (on drums) as part of Walter Steding's band (not a Blondie gig). This was originally listed here as a gig at "Club 57", but someone who attended said it was at Irving Plaza and *promoted* by Club 57, who apparently promoted some shows held there. This show was very late (about 2am, so technically on December 3) so they probably came on after the Ukrainian Theater gig on December 2 (both are believed to be correct). Robert Fripp played at this show.   Concert  
29-Dec-78   Wharton, TX —  United States The book, "The Year In Music: 1979" mentions this very unlikely event in a tiny town an hour outside of Houston. More info needed on this. Another contributor says "I know Circus Magazine has had erroneous Blondie tour dates in the past. Was wondering if they really did play Dallas on 12/3/78 & Wharton, TX 12/8/78. The website makes no mention of Dec 78 tour dates or Texas shows during that time. The source is Circus Magazine #201 December 5, 1978 The reason I asked is that Wharton, TX only has a population of about 10,000. The only venue there would be Wharton Community College. I grew up about 40 miles from there and could find no mention of them playing there." Consequently these entries may be erroneous and/or something possibly planned by the band that never materialized.   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
31-Dec-78 Oakland Coliseum Arena
Oakland, CA —  United States
An attendee contributes: There were three bands that night: The Baby's opened, then Blondie played, and Journey headlined. My most vivid memory of the night, aside from the show, was a huge banner that read "Blondie is a group!". (show flyer) (show flyer) (sexternal link)[*new*] Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
31-Dec-78 Winterland
San Francisco, CA —  United States
This is included here for clarification. December 31 was the closing night of Winterland (San Francisco), with the Grateful Dead and the Blues Brothers playing live there that evening, also the night of the KSAN radio broadcast (mentioned in Making Tracks) of Blondie's prerecorded November 18 performance with REO Speedwagon.   [*new*] Concert broadcast,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
2-Jan-79 The Commodore Ballroom
Vancouver, BC —  Canada
This date was listed on "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" and a payment was received. No venue was listed on it. An attendee contributed the venue name and said: "Blondie headlined and the venue sold out (1000 tickets at $15). The Ramones played the same venue either the day before or the day after Blondie." Blondie's sound engineer at the time, who started work with Blondie at this gig also confirmed this event and the subsequent two others.   Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
3-Jan-79 Paramount Theatre
Seattle, WA —  United States
This date was listed on "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" but it indicated no payment was received. However, rocktourdatabase.com lists this date and venue with an admission price of $2.00, but without documentary evidence such as an ad or ticket stub. Blondie's sound engineer at the time also confirmed this event. In June 2023, a ticket stub appeared in an Ebay listing. (ticket stub)[*new*] Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
4-Jan-79 Paramount Theatre
Portland, OR —  United States
This date was listed on "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" but it indicated no payment was received. An Ebay listing on 06 October 2020 for an unused ticket ($2.00 face value) included a photo of both sides of the ticket for Buy It Now $84.99. This venue, located at 1037 SW Broadway, was known as the Paramount Theatre from 1930 until it reopened in 1984 after major renovations, after which it was known as the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Blondie's sound engineer at the time also confirmed this event and has a stereo cassette soundboard recording of it. "Sunday Girl" from this recording was officially released on a 2x7" special Record Store Day release, out 23-Apr-2022, and on 12" vinyl by Z2 Comics as part of their "Against the Odds" hardcover graphic novel deluxe edition, out February 2023. (ticket) (ticket reverse) (Z2 announcement) (RSD 7" announcement) (Discogs RSD) (Discogs 7") Concert,
2nd U.S. Tour '78
January 5-7,1979   Port Allen, LA —  United States Circus Magazine (9-Jan-1979) indicates Blondie gigs in Port Allen, LA on January 5, 6, 7, but these are not shown in the band's itinerary or on their schedule of engagements. Probably not accurate; possibly canceled.   (Canceled?) Concert  
19-Jan-79 The Midnight Special
  United States
A Chrysalis promo item advertising 'See Blondie host The Midnight Special January 19th / "Heart of Glass" their new 12" disco single / "Parallel Lines" their new album / Chrysalis' and two fans vividly recall this broadcast, so this is very likely an accurate date for Blondie's first appearance on this show. (poster) T.V. Show (air date)  
21-Jan-79 The Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
Blondie is reported to have opened for a sold-out Rush show, but was unable to perform because of riotous fans throwing things on stage after Chris gave them the finger. An attendee confirmed Blondie left the stage before finishing their act. That account verbatim: "It was at the spectrum in philly on a cold jan. night. i was sitting on the first level with the stage to my right. There was a dance floor (standing room only on the floor) and it was packed. Blondie came on and the Rush fans started booing. They played a song or two and then the trash started flying onto the stage. I remember one of the Blondie band members giving the finger and then the drummer kicked his drum set over and started to walk off stage, followed by the rest of the band. this is about all i remember from 27 years ago." This gig appears on the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" and a payment was received.   Concert  
9-Mar-79 Burt Sugarman's "Midnight Special"
  United States
This is listed in Chris Stein's itinerary. The show was probably taped the same day as the broadcast, and this is probably Blondie's second original appearance on the show.   T.V. Show (recording)  
25-Mar-79 Max's
New York, NY —  United States
Jimmy Destri and Donna Destri played.   Concert  
1-Apr-79     United States T.V. Show - Dick Clark Productions   T.V. Show (recording)  
2-Apr-79 Mike Douglas Show
  United States
T.V. Show - W.F. Productions   T.V. Show (recording)  
2-Apr-79 Merv Griffin Show
  United States
T.V. Show - Griffin Prod. / Anthony Prod.   T.V. Show (recording)  
6-Apr-79     United States Heart Of Glass became platinum.   comment  
12-Apr-79 Top Pop and Rockplanet T.V. Shows
Amsterdam —  Holland
    T.V. Show  
17-Apr-79     Italy promotional visit (2 days) to Italy   Concert  
18-Apr-79 Italian T.V. Show
Milan —  Italy
    T.V. Show  
19-Apr-79     Italy promotional visit (to Italy)   Concert  
27-Apr-79 Burt Sugarman's "Midnight Special"
  United States
From "Blondie Schedule of Engagements". This is probably a rebroadcast of the January 19 or March 9 show.   T.V. Show  
28-Apr-79     United States Heart Of Glass #1 in the U.S.   comment  
12-May-79 American Bandstand
  United States
air date   T.V. Show (air date)  
28-May-79 Merv Griffin Show
  United States
air date   T.V. Show (air date)  
4-Jun-79 Mike Douglas Show
  United States
air date   T.V. Show (air date)  
27-Jun-79 Pinecrest Music Fair
Shelton, CT —  United States
w/ Rockpile. May have performed "Underground Girl". Listed in "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" (ticket stub) Concert  
29-Jun-79 Orpheum Theater
Boston, MA —  United States
w/ Rockpile. 10:30pm, $8.50. This entry is from the band itinerary and the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements". The band performed the song "Underground Girl", written by Frank Infante, which remained unreleased until Chrysalis released "Blonde and Beyond" in late 1993.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
30-Jun-79 Westchester Premier Theater
Tarreytown, NY —  United States
This date in the band's itinerary was changed to Montreal.   Canceled Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
30-Jun-79 Dollard des Ormeaux Civic Centre
Montreal —  Canada
This is listed on the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" and in the band's itinerary, but the venue isn't listed. An attendee who knew the venue said it was in a hockey rink, and the opening band was "Red." An ad exists, indicating the ticket price was $7.00. (ad) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
1-Jul-79     United States     off  
2-Jul-79 Ontario Place Forum
Toronto —  Canada
w/ Rockpile. This was listed in the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements"   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
3-Jul-79 Kleinhan's Music Hall
Buffalo, NY —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This was listed in the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements"   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
4-Jul-79 Central Youth Center
Scranton, PA —  United States
w/ Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds & Rockpile. This was canceled, but Blondie was paid the deposit.   Canceled Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
5-Jul-79 Le Roy Theater
Pawtucket, RI —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This was sometimes incorrectly advertised as Providence, RI. The venue was demolished in 1997. (ticket stub) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
7-Jul-79 Convention Hall
Asbury Park, NJ —  United States
Rockpile banned from show by the promoter. Two shows, at 8 and 11pm with Laughing Dogs. Advertised in the Village Voice. (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) (ad listing) (program cover) (program inside) (program outside)[*new*] Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
8-Jul-79 Sunset Series at Belmont Park Race Track
Belmont, Long Island, NY —  United States
w/ Rockpile   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
9-Jul-79 Wollman Rink, Central Park
New York, NY —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This date is listed on the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" as "Great Lawn" (corrected by an attendee as "Wollman Rink"), so it probably didn't rain. An attendee adds more info about the gig: "It wasn't free. Some of the really big concerts there were free events but every summer from, I think,1969 through 1981 had a series of concerts at Wollman Rink. The big freebies were in the middle of the park. At first they were sponsored by a beer company but by the time Blondie played they were sponsored by the Dr. Pepper soda company. I do have a ticket stub but it just says the date, not the bands. They must have printed up all the tickets first and then booked the bands as they could. I believe the prices were 6 bucks for the good seats and 3 bucks for in the back! The very last Wollman Rink show was The Pretenders in 1981. After that the concerts were moved to Pier 84 near the West Side Highway due to noise complaints from people living near the park." Radio station WPLJ apparently created buttons (pinbacks) to promote the event. (promo button) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
10-Jul-79 Rain Date For Central Park
New York, NY —  United States
Rain date for show with Rockpile. The original show occurred as scheduled on July 9 because it did not rain.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
11-Jul-79 Stanley Theater
Pittsburgh, PA —  United States
One source (perhaps an ad or a schedule) listed the opening act as Powerhouse, but an attendee with a good memory is fairly certain it was "Off Broadway". The ticket stub only lists Blondie. He adds the following details: "The show started at 8PM. Debbie was wearing matching red dress pants and red sleeveless blouse. She had red high heel shoes on. Frank was wearing an old sport coat as was Jimmy and Chris. Clem had his bulls eye t-shirt. Nigel had a tight tucked in dress shirt, polka dot I think and tight dress pants. I clearly remember this show was Wednesday July 11 because The Cars played on Friday July 13th at the same venue. Rachel Sweet from OH opened for The Cars." (ticket)[*new*] Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
12-Jul-79 Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia, MD —  United States
w/ Rockpile. Ticket stub is unverified (lacks band, date) but seems to be from an authentic Ebay listing from April 2023. (ticket stub?) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
13-Jul-79 Tower Theater
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
w/ Rockpile (gig flyer) (ticket)[*new*] Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
14-Jul-79 Lisner Auditorium
Washington, DC —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This is in the band's itinerary, but not listed on the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements."   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
14-Jul-79     United States During the week ending July 14, 1979, "Heart Of Glass" became #1 on the United States charts.   comment  
15-Jul-79 The Mosque
Richmond, VA —  United States
w/ Rockpile   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
16-Jul-79 The Dome
Virginia Beach, VA —  United States
w/ Rockpile   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
16-Jul-79 Omni Theatre
Norfolk, VA —  United States
This is the entry in the band's itinerary, but it is not listed on the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" so it was probably changed to Virginia Beach instead.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
17-Jul-79     United States     off,
U.S. Tour '79
18-Jul-79 Indianapolis Convention Center
Indianapolis, IN —  United States
w/ Nick Lowe. A rare cardboard backed poster advertising this show exists, a scan of which was used to produce reprints included in deluxe editions of Blondie 4(0)Ever. Ticket price: $6.50 advance, $7.50 day of show. A review of the show printed the next day states show attendance was 1500 and it was a 75 minute set. (poster) (ticket stub) (review)[*new*] Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
18-Jul-79 Aycock Auditorium
Greensboro, NC —  United States
This date was also shown as "Off" in a band itinerary.   tentative concert (not held),
U.S. Tour '79
20-Jul-79 Louisville Gardens
Louisville, KY —  United States
w/ Rockpile   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
21-Jul-79 Music Hall
Cleveland, OH —  United States
w/ Rockpile   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
22-Jul-79 Palace Theater
Cincinnati, OH —  United States
w/ Rockpile. An ad ran in the Cincinnati Enquirer on July 15: (ad) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
24-Jul-79 Masonic Temple
Detroit, MI —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This is the entry in the band's itinerary and Chris has a cassette tape of this show. Venue also known as "Masonic Theater." (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
25-Jul-79 Chicago Park West
Chicago, IL —  United States
w/ Rockpile. 2 shows. A review printed in the Chicago Tribune the following day notes, "Blondie and nearly a dozen other new wave and punk bands are featured in "The Blank Generation," a new movie by filmmaker Amos Poe to be shown for five nights beginning Friday [27-Jul-79] at Facets Multimedia Center, 1517 W. Fullerton Av." Admission was $3. (review)[*new*] Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
26-Jul-79 Kiel Opera House
St. Louis, MO —  United States
w/ Rockpile   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
27-Jul-79 Orpheum Theater
Memphis, TN —  United States
This was in the band itinerary, but is not listed on the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements."   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
28-Jul-79 The Fox Theater
Atlanta, GA —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This is the date listed on the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements." (gig flyer) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
29-Jul-79 University of Florida Gym on the UF Campus
Gainesville, FL —  United States
This entry wasn't in the band's itinerary, but was listed in the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements.", a private financial document in Chris Stein's archives. It didn't indicate the venue (but it was confirmed by an attendee who said tickets were $5 for students and they performed "Look Good In Blue"). With special guest Rockpile featuring Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds. Presented by WGVL. Debbie came out in a lime green jacket. (gig flyer reproduction) (ticket stub) Concert  
29-Jul-79 The Fox Theater
Atlanta, GA —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This is the entry in the band's itinerary, but it is not listed on the "Blondie Schedule of Engagements" so it was probably changed to July 28 instead. July 29 was definitely in Gainesville.   comment,
U.S. Tour '79
31-Jul-79 Tampa Theater
Tampa, FL —  United States
w/ Rockpile. Tickets $6.50 and $7.50 (article)[*new*] Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
1-Aug-79 Sunrise Musical Theater
Sunrise, FL —  United States
w/ Rockpile. The band itinerary indicates the venue is in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, but it is actually in Sunrise, FL for the Ft. Lauderdale market.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
3-Aug-79 Center For The Performing Arts
New Orleans, LA —  United States
w/ Rockpile   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
4-Aug-79 Houston Music Hall
Houston, TX —  United States
An attendee furnished a review of the concert and their memory that the opening act was Standing Waves. Chris' itinerary listed the venue as the Cullen Auditorium w/ Rockpile.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
5-Aug-79 McFarlin Memorial Auditorium
Dallas, TX —  United States
w/ Rockpile. Chris's band itineraries had the venue misspelled as McFarland's Auditorium.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
6-Aug-79     United States     off  
7-Aug-79 Rainbow Theater
Denver, CO —  United States
w/ Capa City. This date is in Debbie's itinerary, and Chris has a cassette tape of it. This one is probably correct.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
7-Aug-79 The Regency
Denver, CO —  United States
This is in Chris's itinerary, but is either a conflict or two consecutive shows. The Regency was probably really held on Aug. 8.   Concert (likely rescheduled),
U.S. Tour '79
8-Aug-79 The Regency
Denver, CO —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This was listed in Chris's itinerary and is probably correct.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
8-Aug-79   Phoenix, AZ —  United States This show was indicated "tentative" in Chris's itinerary, and "Off" in Debbie's. Probably wasn't held in Phoenix.   tentative concert (not held),
U.S. Tour '79
9-Aug-79 Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
A gig flyer exists for this show (guest Badfinger). Tickets were priced $7 and $8. (gig flyer) (ticket stub) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
10-Aug-79     United States     off  
11-Aug-79 Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
Sacramento, CA —  United States
Chris has a tape of this. Also appearing: Nick Lowe. Also known as "War Memorial Auditorium"   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
11-Aug-79 Centre for the Performing Arts or U.C. at Davis - Freeborn Hall
San Jose, CA —  United States
This is the entry in Debbie's itinerary, but it was tentative and changed venue.   tentative concert (not held),
U.S. Tour '79
12-Aug-79 Oakland Auditorium
Oakland, CA —  United States
with Nick Lowe. (gig flyer) Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
13-Aug-79     United States     off  
14-Aug-79 San Diego State University -- Aztec Center
San Diego, CA —  United States
w/ Rockpile. Venue may have been "SDSU Open Air Amphitheater", but the one listed is named in Debbie's itinerary and Chris has a cassette tape of this labeled "Blondie - Aztec Theater, San Diego University, San Diego CA 14 Aug 79".   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
15-Aug-79 Greek Theater
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
w/ Rockpile. Source of "Blond Fever" bootleg.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
16-Aug-79 Greek Theater
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
w/ Rockpile. This is the entry in the band's itinerary.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
18-Aug-79 Comiskey Park
Chicago, IL —  United States
Source: image of ticket for "Chicago Jam" listed on Ebay in June 2023. The listing indicates the ticket is 2"x6.5" and the bands included "Beach Boys, Blondie, Sha Na Na, Atlanta Rhythm Section, and others". (ticket) (ticket reverse)[*new*] Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
26-Aug-79 Agora Ballroom
Dallas, TX —  United States
w/ Rockpile. "Little Doll" bootleg. Unsure of the source of this entry.   Concert,
U.S. Tour '79
4-Oct-79 Midnight Special
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
The US Blondie Fan Club newsletter stated this was filmed in L.A. just after the band took a few days off after seven weeks of U.S. summer touring. While there, the band also recorded a special New Year's Eve show for Dick Clark, which was probably taped in September.   T.V. Show (air date)  
13-Oct-79 Saturday Night Live
New York, NY —  United States
Performed "Dreaming", "The Hardest Part" on the season opener.   T.V. Show (live)  
13-Oct-79       Eat To The Beat is released   Release  
October?, 1979 Eat To The Beat Videodisc
New York, NY —  United States
In a note from Debbie, the US Blondie Fan Club newsletter stated that this was taped at S.I.R. Studios on West 52nd Street. It took three days to tape the videos for Accidents, Shayla, Die Young, Dreaming, Slow Motion, Eat to the Beat, and I'm Not Living in the Real World. After that they went on location in New Jersey. This probably occurred in October.   Video Release  
November, 1979 Roadie Filming
Austin, TX —  United States
A US Fan Club newsletter contained the date.   Film  
December, 1979 Our Price Records
London —  England
This is a record signing (in-store appearance). This is either the second or third record signing there.   publicity,
European Tour 1979-'80
15-Dec-79 Saturday Night Live
New York, NY —  United States
Jimmy Destri performed with David Bowie (musical guest).   T.V. Show (live)  
25-Dec-79 Top of the Pops
  England
Blondie performed "Dreaming" (pre-recorded)   TV  
26-Dec-79 Bournemouth Village Bowl
Bournemouth —  England
Blondie's sound engineer at the time, Pat Maloney, who traveled with and mixed Front Of House live sound for their "Eat to the Beat" European tour in 1979-80, also confirmed this event and has a stereo cassette soundboard recording of it. The band itinerary indicates the venue is "Stateside Centre" but a scan of a ticket to the event shows "Bournemouth Village Bowl". (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
27-Dec-79 De Montfort Hall
Leicester —  England
A review of this show, including photographs, was published in the Leicester Mercury the following day stating attendance was 2,500 and "Two frustrated ticketless fans tried an unorthodox route into the hall, via the roof, but they were quickly rumbled." It mentioned, despite torrential rain, there were "ticket touts" (now known in the US as scalpers) trying to sell tickets for £20-30, and "Blondie are admirers of The Police, who were in Leicester last week" and, quoting Debbie, "We went to see the group in action at the Lewisham Odeon and really enjoyed it". The finale included "I Feel Good" (James Brown cover) and "Louie Louie" (written in 1955 by Richard Berry and best known for the 1963 hit version by the Kingsmen). (review) [*new*] Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
28-Dec-79 Free Trade Hall
Manchester —  England
  (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
30-Dec-79 Apollo Theatre
Glasgow —  Scotland
  (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
31-Dec-79 Apollo Theatre
Glasgow —  Scotland
Broadcast live on BBC T.V. and Radio. Released in the UK on CD ("Blondie At the BBC") in 2010 packaged together with a DVD. For more information, folllow the Discogs link. Setlist: Denis, The Hardest Part, Die Young Stay Pretty, Accidents Never Happen, Victor, Living In The Real World, Seven Rooms Of Gloom, Eat To The Beat, X Offender, Dreaming, Slow Motion, Shayla/Union City Blue, Atomic, Picture This, Pretty Baby, Heart Of Glass, Hanging On The Telephone, Sunday Girl, I Feel Good, One Way Or Another. (ticket stub) (Discogs link) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
1-Jan-80 Odeon Theatre
Edinburgh —  Scotland
  (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
2-Jan-80 Odeon Theatre
Edinburgh —  Scotland
    Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
4-Jan-80 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
Opening act: Whirlwind. Show 7:30pm. (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
5-Jan-80 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
    Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
6-Jan-80 Deeside Leisure Center
Queensferry —  North Wales
two shows?? Note: the band's itinerary incorrectly has the venue in Chester, England. (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
7-Jan-80 Odeon
Birmingham —  England
supporting band: Whirlwind (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
8-Jan-80 Odeon
Birmingham —  England
supporting band: Whirlwind   Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
10-Jan-80 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
not on band itinerary, date not confirmed   Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
11-Jan-80 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
Chris has a multitrack tape of this.   Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
12-Jan-80 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
w/ Robert Fripp   Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
13-Jan-80 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
Chris has a tape of this. An extremely rare ABC Radio 3LP vinyl set entitled Supergroups in Concert: Blondie - Live in London captured this concert.   Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
15-Jan-80 Le Pavillon de Paris
Paris —  France
In Best magazine #138, the venue for this show is advertised as being "Le Pavillon de Paris". The band's itinerary indicates the show was at "Clementine/Nuggets"; however this is not correct -- Clementine/Nuggets is just a record store which sold tickets at that time. The FNAC is also a ticket outlet. Confusion about this date was caused by misinterpreting a Chrysalis Eat To The Beat Tour poster which reads "KCP presente Blondie Mardi 15 Janv 20H Pav De Paris. Loc: 3FNAC, Clementine, Nuggets". Information suggesting that the gig was at Hippodrome du Pantin is also incorrect: although in 1980, the Pavillon de Paris was closed, and for the next 3 years, most touring rock bands appeared at the Hippodrome de Pantin in the nearby Parc de la Villette, Blondie did in fact perform at Le Pavillon. In 1983, the Hippodrome was itself replaced by Le Zénith de Paris. User contributed setlist: Dreaming, Slow Motion, Shayla, Union City Blue, The Hardest Part, Die Young, Stay Pretty, Accidents Never Happen, Victor, Atomic, Living in the Real World, Denis, Picture This, Pretty Baby, Heart of Glass, Eat to the Beat, Hanging on the Telephone (The Nerves cover), Sunday Girl, I Got You (I Feel Good) (James Brown cover), Louie Louie (Richard Berry cover), One Way or Another. Blondie's sound engineer at the time, Pat Maloney, recalled on 20 August 2020, the following memory of this gig: "As a side note, one Eat to the Beat tour memory that's literally frozen into my brain was the concert in Paris at Le Pavillon de Paris on January 15, 1980. Being a previous meat packing plant plus the fact that it was the middle of January, the entire floor was solid ice. Evidently the facility was also used as an ice skating venue in the winter! Anyway, all the promoters did was put down sheets of plywood on the ice and every one of us froze our tails off. I'm pretty sure the band didn't stick around to do an encore after that show!" Pat Maloney's recording of "Sunday Girl" was released as one of the tracks on Blondie's 2x7" vinyl 2022 Record Store Day release (3000 copies manufactured; see also 23-Apr-2022). (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
16-Jan-80 Le Palace
Paris —  France
In Best #138 the venue for this show is advertised as being "Le Palace"; confirmed by an attendee who said The Palace was THE place for great concerts at the time. The venue was incorrectly listed in the band's itinerary as "Palace Disco".   Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
19-Jan-80 Deeside Leisure Centre
Queensferry —  North Wales
This was not in the band's itinerary. The original location was incorrectly listed Liverpool, England. (ticket stub) (venue article)[*new*] concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
19-Jan-80 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
ticket cost: 4.25 pounds   Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
20-Jan-80 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
    Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
21-Jan-80 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
    concert  
22-Jan-80 Hammersmith Odeon
London —  England
Billed as "special guest: The Selecter". Blondie's sound engineer at the time, Pat Maloney, who traveled with and mixed Front Of House live sound for their "Eat to the Beat" European tour in 1979-80 also confirmed this event and has a stereo cassette soundboard recording of it. In the recording, Debbie thanks Holly and the Italians for performing, in addition to The Selecter, the apparent opening acts. A photo of a "charity ticket" stub exists online, but there's no information about it whatsoever. (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1979-'80
January, 1980 20/20 Taping
Paris —  France
20 hours taped.   T.V. Show,
European Tour 1979-'80
28-Feb-80 20/20 Broadcast
  United States
    T.V. Show (air date)  
7-Mar-80 Magique Disco
New York, NY —  United States
Debbie and Chris at $25/person fundraiser for presidential candidate Ted Kennedy. Venue address: 61st St. & 1st Ave. In April 2023, someone was selling a shirt on Ebay described as "Blondie Band T-Shirt Magique Disco New York 1980 Retro Reprint". That image indicates the date is March 7. Its source is unknown. Photographer Fred W. McDarrah has a photograph on Getty Images indicating Debbie's attendance at the fundraiser is March 10, not March 7. It is not known which date is correct. (shirt image) (Getty photo) ?  
March?, 1980 Hurrah's
New York, NY —  United States
w/ The Contortions   Concert  
22-Mar-80   New York, NY —  United States ABC Radio Network broadcasts the January 13, 1980 concert at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK.   Radio Show  
April, 1980     United States Video album for Eat To The Beat is released (April or early May).   Release  
19-Apr-80     United States Call Me #1 in the U.S.   comment  
17-May-80 Profiles In Rock
   
Radio show   Interview  
April, 1980 Hurrah's
New York, NY —  United States
w/ The Contortions   Concert  
June, 1980 Muppet Show Taping
  England
    T.V. Show  
13-Jun-80 Roadie (film released)
  United States
Filming earlier in the year   film (release date)  
25-Jun-80   Kemijarvi —  Finland     Concert  
Summer 1980     United States Blondie recorded demos of songs from Autoamerican.   recording  
November, 1980 Top of the Pops
London —  England
Performed "The Tide Is High"   T.V. Show  
29-Nov-80       Autoamerican is released   Release  
very early 1981 Solid Gold
  United States
    T.V. Show  
January, 1981     United States NARAS award: "Blondie has been nominated in the 23rd annual Grammy awards for 'Call Me' (single) in the category of Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal   comment  
12-Jan-81     United States "The Tide Is High"was released. The 45 rpm single was certified gold by the RIAA on 26-Jan-81 for one million copies sold.   [*new*] comment  
26-Jan-81     United States "Autoamerican" goes platinum.   comment  
23-Feb-81 Muppet Show Broadcast
  United States
This date might have been a rebroadcast   T.V. Show (air date)  
14-Feb-81 Saturday Night Live
New York, NY —  United States
The show's guest was actually "Debbie Harry" (not Blondie), but is included here because Chris Stein and Clem Burke both performed on the show. Debbie performed live and did "Come Back Jonee" and "Love TKO".   TV (live)  
Unknown 1981 Koo-Koo Videos
Zurich —  Switzerland
with H. R. Giger   Video Taping  
1-Jan-82   New York, NY —  United States Members of the Official Blondie Fan Club received a letter from the U.S. Blondie Fan Club president B.J. Robinson stating that effective this date, the club will no longer be active. (letter) comment  
14-May-82 The Hunter (album) and Making Tracks (book) released
  England
A magazine article reported Chris and Debbie were in London at the B2 Art Gallery Wapping (London) on the 18th or 19th of May for the book launch of Making Tracks.   Release  
17-May-82   Paris —  France Island of Lost Souls taping (videotaping?) scheduled - this may have been in the Scilly Isles (end of May). A contributor clarifies: "The Island of Lost Souls video was shot on the island of Tresco which is part of the Scilly Isles off the coast of Cornwall." The exact date is still unclear. Another contributor remembers this being confirmed by Clem on a BBC interview around 2001 where he mentioned them flying in palm trees.   recording  
19-May-82 The Kid Jensen Show
  England
B.B.C. Radio 1 broadcast   Interview  
27-May-82 Top of the Pops
  England
Debbie co-hosted the show (with John Peel) which also featured the first showing of the Island of Lost Souls video. Source: TOTP website. (TOTP website) TV  
6-Jun-82 CES 1982 (Consumer Electronics Show) — McCormick Place
Chicago, IL —  United States
Debbie appeared at the Pioneer Electronics (USA) booth with company president Jack Doyle to announce their sponsorship of Blondie's 28-city concert tour "Fresh Tracks Across America" (Billboard magazine, June 12). CES 1982 ran from June 6 to 9, so the date of the photo printed in the July 3 issue of Billboard might be from one of the other days as the short article did not include the specific date. (article) (booth photo) appearance  
23-Jul-82 Louisiana State University Assembly Center
Baton Rouge, LA —  United States
An early tour flyer/ad exists; however, some changes to the dates were made after it was printed. It also said west coast dates to follow, but those were never scheduled. A small "Rockbill" tour program that folded out into a poster was given out at some or all of these shows. (ttour flyer) (program front) (program inside) (program back) (poster) Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
24-Jul-82 Memorial Auditorium
Mobile, AL —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
25-Jul-82 Six Flags Over Georgia
Atlanta, GA —  United States
The band played two full-length concerts at the amusement park. (Not two different sets -- it was really the same set, repeated without variation.) The stage was set up outdoors right behind the park's biggest rollercoaster, called The Great American Scream Machine. Blondie played an afternoon concert in full daylight, and then repeated the whole show again after dark. The sunlight show was a rare treat, but their elaborate laser-light effects were not visible until the evening performance. Riders of the rollercoaster could actually catch an excerpt from a song (and get a backstage view) as the roller-cars passed behind the stage every few minutes.   Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
26-Jul-82 Lakeland Civic Center Arena
Tampa/Sarasota, FL —  United States
  (ticket stub) Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
27-Jul-82 TBA
  United States
    Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
28-Jul-82 Sunrise Musical Theatre
Sunrise, FL —  United States
Chris's band itinerary indicates venue was "Sportatorium" in Miami, FL, but an attendee contributed a ticket stub scan with the venue printed as "Sunrise Musical Theatre". It is likely that the venue was changed. The Hollywood Sportatorium was an indoor arena in Pembroke Pines, Florida, located at 17171 Pines Boulevard (originally 16661 West Hollywood Boulevard). The Sportatorium was 26 miles from downtown Miami. The Sunrise Musical Theatre was a performing arts center located in Sunrise, Florida that opened in late December 1976, located roughly 32 miles north of Miami. Venue address: 5555 NW 95th Avenue, Sunrise, Florida. Opening act: Duran Duran. (ticket stub) Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
30-Jul-82 Mid-South Coliseum
Memphis, TN —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
2-Aug-82 Starlight Amphitheater
Kansas City, MO —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran   Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
4-Aug-82 Metro Center
Rockford, IL —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran   Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
5-Aug-82 Five Seasons Arena
Cedar Rapids, IA —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran   Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
7-Aug-82 Parade Stadium
Minneapolis, MN —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran (ticket stub) Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
8-Aug-82 Poplar Creek
Chicago, IL —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran   Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
9-Aug-82 Pine Knob
Clarkston, MI —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran. This venue was listed in the band's itinerary as Detroit, but it is actually located in Clarkston, MI.   Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
10-Aug-82 Agora
Cleveland, OH —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran   Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
12-Aug-82 Civic Center
Providence, RI —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran   Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
13-Aug-82 Boston Gardens
Boston, MA —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
14-Aug-82 Brendan Byrne Arena — The Meadowlands
East Rutherford, NJ —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran, followed by Buster Poindexter (David Johansen). Setlist: Rapture, Theme from "A Summer Place", In The Sun, Sunday Girl, Little Caesar, Union City Blue, Chrome, Island of Lost Souls, Danceway, The Tide Is High, Heart of Glass, Hanging on the Telephone, ...long improvisation: no bass..., Dreaming, One Way Or Another, War Child, Rapture (with Fab 5 Freddie), Start Me Up (Rolling Stones cover), Call Me. (ticket stub) (ticket stub) (ticket stub) Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
15-Aug-82     United States East Rutherford was apparently scheduled for this day (see tour flyer/poster, entry on 23-Jul-82).   off  
16-Aug-82 Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia, MD —  United States
Opening act: Duran Duran. A fold out tour program / poster was given out at this show (and likely others). (ttour program) (Barry L. Kramer's own first Blondie gig ticket stub) Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
18-Aug-82 CNE
Toronto —  Canada
Opening act: Duran Duran. This is the show that was recorded and edited for the "Blondie Live" videotape (1983 release). This might originally have been scheduled at Maple Leaf Gardens, but was at the Toronto CNE (more accurately: Canadian National Exhibition Grandstand). (ticket stub) Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
20-Aug-82 Nassau Coliseum
Uniondale, NY —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
21-Aug-82 JFK Stadium
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
Blondie played after Robert Hazard & the Heroes and A Flock of Seagulls, and before Elvis Costello & the Attractions and Genesis. Duran Duran opened for them. Their set ended with "Start Me Up" (a cover of the Rolling Stones). A different attendee added some slightly different information: "That's right - Flock of Seagulls - they played a full set; the last time was opening for the Go-Gos and Andy only played 20 minutes because because the singer was sick. Robert Hazard was local, and became known as the writer of "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun". Duran Duran was not on the bill that day. I remember there was one of those planes that carry those ad banners: said Pioneer proudly Presents Blondie... That show was one of the few well-reviewed shows for Blondie from the Hunter tour." RIP Robert Hazard (August 21, 1948 - August 5, 2008). This is the last Blondie show for 15 years. (ticket stub) Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
22-Aug-82           off  
23-Aug-82           off  
24-Aug-82           off  
25-Aug-82 Arenes de Bayonne
Bayonne —  France
Canceled   Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
25-Aug-82 Arenes de Frejus
Frejus —  France
This was advertised in the French magazine Rock&Folk #187, but that contradicts the band's itinerary.   Canceled Concert  
27-Aug-82 Arenes de Frejus
Frejus —  France
Canceled   Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
27-Aug-82 Arenes de Pachepallet
Bayonne —  France
This was advertised in Rock&Folk #187, but contradicts the band's itinerary.   Canceled Concert  
28-Aug-82           off  
29-Aug-82 Spanish Festival
Marbella —  Spain
Canceled   Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
30-Aug-82           off  
31-Aug-82           off  
1-Sep-82 Apollo
Glasgow —  Scotland
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
2-Sep-82 Apollo
Glasgow —  Scotland
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
4-Sep-82 Playhouse
Edinburgh —  Scotland
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
5-Sep-82 Playhouse
Edinburgh —  Scotland
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
7-Sep-82 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
8-Sep-82 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
11-Sep-82 N.E.C.
Birmingham —  England
A contributor submitted a photograph of two unused tickets (due to tour cancelation) to this event: (tickets) Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
12-Sep-82 N.E.C.
Birmingham —  England
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
16-Sep-82 Wembley Arena
London —  England
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
17-Sep-82 Wembley Arena
London —  England
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
18-Sep-82 Wembley Arena
London —  England
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
19-Sep-82 Wembley Arena
London —  England
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
23-Sep-82 Grondbyhallen
Copenhagen —  Denmark
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
25-Sep-82 Ice Stadium
Stockholm —  Sweden
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
26-Sep-82 Scandinavium
Gothenburgh —  Sweden
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
29-Sep-82 Casino du Paris
Paris —  France
    Canceled Concert,
Tracks Across America Tour '82
8-Jul-91 Remember
Athens —  Greece
Debbie and Chris visited this clothing/record store at 79, Andrianou St with friend Iannis. Staff at the store sent this email confirming the date: "We confirm the 8th of July, 1991, as the date when Debbie & Chris visited our shop. We always keep records from celebrity visits in our shop." They were in Athens as part of the Domination Tour UK '91, where they held a concert the day before. (poster) comment  
1-Nov-95     United States First verifiable discussion about reforming Blondie   comment  
early 1996   New York, NY —  United States Blondie's Mike Chapman demos of "Mine" and "Chris's Song" (later titled "Colorado" then "Under The Gun") were completed by August 1996, but used a drum machine (not Clem).   recording  
August, 1996   London —  England Gary Valentine wrote in his book "New York Rocker: My Life In The Blank Generation" that Chris called and invited him to be part of the Blondie reunion.   comment  
November, 1996   New York, NY —  United States Gary Valentine wrote in his book "New York Rocker: My Life In The Blank Generation" that he arrived in NYC and was picked up at the airport by Jimmy Destri.   comment  
26-Nov-96 Nova Convention
Lawrence, KS —  United States
Gary Valentine wrote in his book "New York Rocker: My Life In The Blank Generation" that the band performed at a tribute to William Burroughs, who had moved there. "On the same bill were Laurie Anderson, Philip Glass, the poet John Giorno, Ed Sanders from the Fugs and Patti Smith." He said that Chris's girlfriend at the time, Ila, played bass and that they did some "strange numbers" including songs by Leonard Cohen (September 21, 1934 - November 7, 2016) and Harry Nilsson (June 15, 1941 - January 15, 1994), a version of Heart of Glass, and that Debbie read a passage from one of Jeannette Winterson's books. On returning to New York, they recorded "Amor Fati" (one of Gary's songs from The Know), and "Studio 54" with "two of the guys from Duran Duran." A flyer exists: (gig flyer) Performance  
late December, 1996   New York, NY —  United States Gary Valentine wrote in his book that they attended a party at Bob Gruen's.   comment  
late January, 1997   London —  England Gary Valentine returned to London.   comment  
29-May-97 Coney Island
New York, NY —  United States
The band had considered doing a warm-up gig as "Adolf's Dog" on Coney Island, but it didn't happen.   comment  
29-May-97 Complete Music Studio
New York, NY —  United States
Warm-Up For Blondie Reunion. Unconfirmed.   comment  
31-May-97 R.F.K. Stadium
Washington, DC —  United States
First Blondie reunion show. Outdoor festival show sponsored by WHFS-FM as part of their HFStival. This show and the following two featured Debbie, Chris, Clem, Jimmy Destri, Gary Valentine, and Leigh Foxx.   Concert  
1-Jun-97 Riverside Park
Agawam, MA —  United States
104 Festival. Outdoors.   Concert  
6-Jun-97 Starplex
Dallas, TX —  United States
Also appearing: Erasure. Sponsored by KISS-FM; tickets were only available from the sponsor. Performance included "Studio 54" and "Pop Trash Movie"   Concert  
21-Oct-98   London —  England Band travel JFK to London (BA 176) - Depart 8:30pm, arrive 8:30pm. Note: itinerary book is believed manufactured after October 22 (see note on Currency Exchange page with wrong? year [22-Oct-1997]).   travel (to),
Euro Tour '98
22-Oct-98 Nomis Studios
London —  England
    Rehearsal,
Euro Tour '98
23-Oct-98 Nomis Studios
London —  England
    Rehearsal,
Euro Tour '98
25-Oct-98   Stockholm —  Sweden Band fly London to Stockholm (BA 776).   travel (to),
Euro Tour '98
26-Oct-98 Cirkus
Stockholm —  Sweden
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
27-Oct-98   Stockholm —  Sweden TV Stockholm.   television,
Euro Tour '98
28-Oct-98 The Vega
Copenhagen —  Denmark
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
30-Oct-98 Intercontinental Hotel
London —  England
Blondie were awarded the Q Magazine Inspiration Award; attended the ceremony at the Intercontinental Hotel in Mayfair London. Band itinerary has this listed as "Q Awards & Press - Dazed & Confused".   appearance,
Euro Tour '98
31-Oct-98   Brussels —  Belgium "Press / travel day".   travel (to),
Euro Tour '98
1-Nov-98 Ancienne Belgique
Brussels —  Belgium
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
2-Nov-98 Docks Music Hall
Hamburg —  Germany
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
3-Nov-98   Paris —  France "Press / travel day".   travel (to),
Euro Tour '98
4-Nov-98 Bataclan
Paris —  France
This concert was part of a festival called "Festival Fnac Inrockuptibles"   Concert,
Euro Tour '98
5-Nov-98 Melkweg Max
Amsterdam —  Holland
  (ticket stub) Concert,
Euro Tour '98
6-Nov-98   Berlin —  Germany "Press / travel day".   travel (to),
Euro Tour '98
7-Nov-98 Columbiahalle
Berlin —  Germany
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
9-Nov-98 Civic Hall
Wolverhampton —  England
  (tour flyer) Concert,
Euro Tour '98
10-Nov-98 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
  (ticket stub) Concert,
Euro Tour '98
12-Nov-98 Apollo
Manchester —  England
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
13-Nov-98 City Hall
Sheffield —  England
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
14-Nov-98   Campione —  Italy "Travel / Silver Mask Awards" (2-song promo show, capacity 550).   appearance,
Euro Tour '98
15-Nov-98 Casino Municipale
Campion d'Italia —  Italy
Band itinerary states "Full show, Casino Salone Delle Feste, Campione, Italy" (capacity 500).   Concert,
Euro Tour '98
16-Nov-98   Milan —  Italy Band itinerary states "drive to Milan for press day."   travel (to),
Euro Tour '98
17-Nov-98 Olympia Theatre
Dublin —  Ireland
Band travel: fly Milan to London to Dublin.   Concert,
Euro Tour '98
18-Nov-98 Olympia Theatre
Dublin —  Ireland
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
19-Nov-98 Barrowlands
Glasgow —  Scotland
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
21-Nov-98 Lyceum Theatre
London —  England
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
22-Nov-98 Lyceum Theatre
London —  England
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
23-Nov-98 Royal Concert Hall
Nottingham —  England
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
25-Nov-98 Newport Centre
Newport —  Wales
  (ticket stub) Concert,
Euro Tour '98
26-Nov-98 Rivermead Centre
Reading —  England
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
28-Nov-98 Poole Arts Centre
Poole —  England
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
29-Nov-98 Plymouth Pavilions
Plymouth —  England
    Concert,
Euro Tour '98
30-Nov-98     United States "Travel home".   travel (to),
Euro Tour '98
December, 1998 Modern Rock Live
  United States
    Radio Show  
10-Dec-98 Big Star/Yahoo Chat
  United States
    Online Chat Session  
31-Dec-98 Falls Festival '98
Otway Ranges, Victoria —  Australia
Broadcast live on the internet. Location: Australia Otway Ranges, 10 Kms. from the heart of Lorne on Victoria's surf coast   Concert  
2-Jan-99 Capitol Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
    Concert  
3-Jan-99 Today Show
   
    Webchat  
4-Jan-99 Today Show
  United States
    T.V. Show  
8-Jan-99 ABC TGIF
  United States
Blondie Host ABC's TGIF Night   T.V. Show  
11-Jan-99 American Music Awards
  United States
Performance with Coolio   T.V. Show  
11-Jan-99 ABC / Best Buy Chat
  United States
Internet Chat   Webchat  
22-Jan-99 Kelly Show
  Ireland
Live Performance   Radio Show  
23-Jan-99 Radio 2 - U.K.
  England
November London Highlights   Radio Show  
23-Jan-99 National Lottery Show
London —  England
TV. Performance (ticket stub) T.V. Show  
24-Jan-99 T4 T.V.
London —  England
TV. Performance   T.V. Show  
25-Jan-99 Beck/Smith Syndicated Column
   
T.V. Interview   T.V. Show  
29-Jan-99 TFI
  England
TV. Performance   T.V. Show  
30-Jan-99 SMTV
  England
TV. Performance   T.V. Show  
31-Jan-99 Guness Buch Der Rekorde
Munich —  Germany
ARD National T.V.   T.V. Show  
February, 1999 La Fureur
Paris —  France
T.V. Performance   T.V. Show  
February, 1999 Nulle Part Aileeurs
Paris —  France
T.V. Performance   T.V. Show  
7-Feb-99 Top of the Pops
  United Kingdom
"Maria" debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart on February 7, 1999, giving Blondie their sixth UK number-one single and first chart-topper since "The Tide Is High" in November 1980. "Maria" spent 17 nonconsecutive weeks in the top 100, ending the year as the UK's 33rd-best-selling hit. The release of "Maria" came exactly 20 years after "Heart of Glass", Blondie's first UK number-one hit. Across the rest of Europe, "Maria" topped the charts in Greece and Spain and was a top-10 hit in Austria, Flanders, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Sweden, and Switzerland. (external link)[*new*] comment  
12-Feb-99     England Blondie performed "Maria"   TV  
18-Feb-99 Jay Leno Show
Burbank, CA —  United States
TV Performance   T.V. Show  
19-Feb-99 SF Virgin Megastore
San Francisco, CA —  United States
In-Store Appearance   appearance  
23-Feb-99       No Exit is released   Release  
23-Feb-99 Town Hall
New York, NY —  United States
WPLJ Radio concert. This show was recorded for the "Blondie Live" (1999) video and DVD.   Concert  
24-Feb-99 Strawberries Record Store
Cambridge, MA —  United States
In-Store Appearance, Memorial Drive, Cambridge. Debbie, Jimmy, and Clem, who arrived after a major snowfall, signed autographs and took photos.   appearance  
25-Feb-99 Late Show w/ David Letterman
New York, NY —  United States
T.V. Performance   T.V. Show  
26-Feb-99 Howard Stern
  United States
Radio Show   Radio Show  
27-Feb-99 Tower Records
Chicago, IL —  United States
In-Store Appearance   appearance  
1-Mar-99 Tower Records
Long Island, NY —  United States
In-Store Appearance   appearance  
2-Mar-99 Rosie O'Donnell Show
  United States
T.V. Performance & Interview   T.V. Show  
2-Mar-99 Le Poing J
Montreal —  Canada
Live Performance   Concert  
10-Mar-99 House Of Blues
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
This was broadcast on the internet ("Live From H.O.B..."). Special guest: Sponge (backstage pass) Concert  
30-Apr-99 Plaza de toros "La cubierta"
Leganés/Madrid —  Spain
Show at indoor bullring, with Bryan Adams.   Concert  
1-May-99 Velodromo De Anoeta
San Sebastian —  Spain
    Concert  
2-May-99 Palau Sant Jordi
Barcelona —  Spain
    Concert  
3-May-99 Musimax Studio
Quebec —  Canada
Blondie performed a small set for media & contest winners at the Musimax Studio (adult MTV in Quebec). They performed 8 songs all together. (They actually performed Forgive & Forget twice (it was repeated at the end, due to sound recording issues), and then Deborah Harry was interviewed separately by one interviewer, then Deborah Harry & Chris Stein were interviewed together by another. The performance was then aired as Blondie: Intimate & Interactive, with portions of the Debbie Harry interview spliced between tracks. (setlist) appearance  
13-May-99 New York Hilton
New York, NY —  United States
This is in the band itinerary, but it is not known if it occurred.   [*new*] Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
14-May-99 Mohegan Sun Casino Wolf Den
Uncasville, CT —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
15-May-99 Orpheum Theatre
Boston, MA —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
16-May-99 Massey Hall
Toronto, ON —  Canada
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
18-May-99 Tower Theater
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
19-May-99 Nation
Washington, DC —  United States
  (ticket stub) (schedule) Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
21-May-99 Pioneer Plaza
Dallas, TX —  United States
This is listed in the band's itinerary as "Pioneer Plaza (Microsoft Convention)" located on Griffin Street between Young and Ceremonial Drive, and is probably a private event. Unconfirmed.   [*new*] Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
22-May-99 New World Music Theatre
Tinley Park, IL —  United States
Band itinerary indicates this is a radio show.   [*new*] Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
23-May-99 Fox Theatre
Detroit, MI —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
25-May-99 Fillmore Auditorium
Denver, CO —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
27-May-99 The Joint
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
Band itinerary indicates venue is The Joint @ Hard Rock, 4455 Paradise Rd.   Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
28-May-99 Universal Amphitheatre
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
29-May-99 Open Air Theater
San Diego, CA —  United States
Venue is at San Diego State University; itinerary states venue is "O.A.T.", Aztec Center, San Diego CA.   Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
30-May-99 The Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
1-Jun-99 Paramount Theatre
Seattle, WA —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
2-Jun-99 Portland Civic Auditorium
Portland, OR —  United States
    Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
10-Jun-99 Madison Square Garden Theater
New York, NY —  United States
The band itinerary book has a page of "No Exit" Future Dates: (Future Dates)[*new*] Concert,
"No Exit" USA Spring '99
12-Jun-99 KIIS FM "Wango Tango" at Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
    Concert  
13-Jun-99 Alpine Valley Music Theater
East Troy, WI —  United States
Tibetan Freedom Festival   Concert  
June 13-20, 1999 Chicago Tibetan Freedom Concert
Chicago, IL —  United States
Tibetan Freedom Festival. Webcast   Concert  
14-Jun-99   Chicago, IL —  United States Band: fly Chicago to London (BA 298), fly London to Dublin   travel (from),
No Exit Tour
15-Jun-99 The Point Theatre
Dublin —  Ireland
A printed band itinerary exists: (band itinerary cover) (band itinerary pg.1) Rehearsal,
No Exit Tour
16-Jun-99 The Point Theatre
Dublin —  Ireland
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
17-Jun-99   Manchester —  England Band: fly Dublin to Manchester (Air Lingus 212)   travel (to),
No Exit Tour
18-Jun-99 Manchester Evening News Arena
Manchester —  England
Itinerary lists opening band: Squeeze (ticket stub) Concert,
No Exit Tour
19-Jun-99 Glasgow SECC
Glasgow —  Scotland
Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. Itinerary lists opening band: Annie Christian   Concert,
No Exit Tour
21-Jun-99 NEC Arena
Birmingham —  England
Itinerary lists opening band: Squeeze (ticket stub) Concert,
No Exit Tour
22-Jun-99 Wembley Arena
London —  England
Itinerary lists opening band: Squeeze   Concert,
No Exit Tour
24-Jun-99   London —  England After two days off in London, band travels 3 hours to Glastonbury Festival site.   travel (from),
No Exit Tour
25-Jun-99 Glastonbury Festival
Pilton, Somerset —  England
Glastonbury Festival. Itinerary lists this lineup: Bjorn Again (11:00am), Ian Drury, Barenaked Ladies, Blondie (3:30pm), Bush, Hole, Beautiful South, REM (10:50pm) playing at this venue at Worthy Farm in Pilton (near Shepton Mallet). Followed by travel to London, flight to Zurich (BA 714).   Concert,
No Exit Tour
26-Jun-99 St. Gallens Festival
St. Gallen —  Switzerland
Itinerary lists this lineup: Polar (noon), Barenaked Ladies, K's Choice, Gala, Asian Dub Foundation, Gotthard, Sens Unik, Blondie (11:00pm), The King (1:00am) playing at the venue "Open Air St. Gallen".   Concert,
No Exit Tour
27-Jun-99 Park Pop Festval : Zuiderpark
Den Haag —  Netherlands
Blondie headlined Parkpop (the largest free popfestival in Europe) and there was a terrible cloudburst! Band itinerary lists the following lineup: Noordkapp (1:10pm), Caesar, 3 Colors Red, Robben Ford, Busi Whlongo, Blondie (7:35pm) and that the venue capacity is 375,000.   Concert,
No Exit Tour
28-Jun-99 Pavilhäo do Bessa
Porto —  Portugal
This date was originally listed in the band itinerary as a day off in Porto (after travel from Amsterdam), but apparently a show was performed.   Concert,
No Exit Tour
29-Jun-99 Boavista Futebol Clube
Porto —  Portugal
Band itinerary lists this, but it may not have occurred.   Concert,
No Exit Tour
30-Jun-99 Praça Sony
Lisbon —  Portugal
Band itinerary lists the venue for this show as "Parque De Nacoes" (9:45pm).   Concert,
No Exit Tour
1-Jul-99   Helsinki —  Finland Band travel: fly Lisbon to London Heathrow (BA 501), fly Heathrow to Helsinki (BA 798).   travel (to),
No Exit Tour
2-Jul-99 Turku Festival - Ruisrock '99
Turku —  Finland
Unconfirmed date: Blondie performed at the Turku rock festival with Metallica. Band itinerary lists this lineup: Sami Sari (3:00pm), Ultra Bra, Blondie (6:30pm), t.b.a., Metallica (9:45pm).   Concert,
No Exit Tour
3-Jul-99 Stadtpark
Hamburg —  Germany
Opening act: Japanese band "Hotei". (ticket stub) Concert,
No Exit Tour
4-Jul-99 Roskilde Festival
Copenhagen —  Denmark
Band itinerary indicates show at 3:00pm. Band aftershow travel to London on private jet.   Concert,
No Exit Tour
4-Jul-99 Party In The Park
London —  England
Concert in Hyde Park, London. Tomorrow: day off in London.   Concert,
No Exit Tour
6-Jul-99 Festival Cote d'Opale
Dunkerque —  France
Probably an outdoor event; exact venue unknown. Band itinerary lists "Le Kursaal" (no address) and the lineup Alexandra Roos (8:30pm), Vellocet (9:15pm), Blondie (10:00pm).   Concert,
No Exit Tour
8-Jul-99 Montreuax Jazz Festival
Montreaux —  Switzerland
Band itinerary lists venue "Stravinski Auditorium" (Blondie 9:45pm, Gianni Nannini 11:30pm).   Concert,
No Exit Tour
9-Jul-99 Les Eurockeennes de Belfort Festival
Territoire de Belfort —  France
Outdoor event; exact venue (if any) unknown. Band itinerary has address "Site Du Mulsaucy" and lineup: Blondie (6:00pm), Placebo (8:30pm), Marilyn Manson (11:15pm).   Concert,
No Exit Tour
10-Jul-99 Theatre Romain de Fourviere
Lyon —  France
Fourvieres Festival. Band itinerary lists venue "Fouvieres, Theatre Antique"; lineup: Bijou (8:30pm), Blondie (9:45pm). (ticket stub) Concert,
No Exit Tour
12-Jul-99   New York, NY —  United States Band travel home: Lyon to London (BA 355), London to JFK (BA 113) arrive 7:40pm.   travel (to),
No Exit Tour
4-Aug-99   New York, NY —  United States     Rehearsal,
No Exit Tour
5-Aug-99   New York, NY —  United States     Rehearsal,
No Exit Tour
6-Aug-99 Trump Marina - Grand Cayman Ballroom
Atlantic City, NJ —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
7-Aug-99 Big Bang Concert Series
Bethel, NY —  United States
This was a tentative date in an early version of the band's itinerary. Newer information indicates it was actually a day off in NYC.   Canceled Concert,
No Exit Tour
8-Aug-99 Jones Beach Amphitheater
Wantagh, NY —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
10-Aug-99 Hampton Beach Ballroom
Hampton Beach, NH —  United States
This was on the itinerary, but may have been canceled in advance   Canceled Concert,
No Exit Tour
10-Aug-99   Orlando, FL —  United States Newer band itinerary information indicates there was a show in Orland on this date. Possibly a private event?   Concert,
No Exit Tour
11-Aug-99 Bank Boston Pavilion
Boston, MA —  United States
  (ticket) Concert,
No Exit Tour
12-Aug-99 The State Theatre
Cleveland, OH —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
14-Aug-99 The Riviera Theater
Chicago, IL —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
15-Aug-99 Wisconsin State Fair
Milwaukee, WI —  United States
This was originally scheduled at the Riverside Theater, but the venue was changed. Opening band: Reel Big Fish (at 7pm).   Concert,
No Exit Tour
16-Aug-99 Guthrie Theater
Minneapolis, MN —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
18-Aug-99 E Center
Salt Lake City, UT —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
20-Aug-99 Concord Pavilion
Concord, CA —  United States
Gig poster: "plus special guest Reel Big Fish - Only Bay Area Appearance". 8pm   Concert,
No Exit Tour
21-Aug-99 The Santa Barbara Bowl
Santa Barbara, CA —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
22-Aug-99 Universal Amphitheater
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
24-Aug-99 Celebrity Theatre
Phoenix, AZ —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
25-Aug-99 Paolo Soleri Theater
Santa Fe, NM —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
27-Aug-99 Bronco Bowl
Dallas, TX —  United States
Broadcast.com hosted a webcast (concert and interview): "Blondie Live in concert presented by gohastings.com" at 8pm CT. More info: http://webevents.broadcast.com/hastings/blondie0899/   Concert,
No Exit Tour
28-Aug-99 Aerial Theater
Houston, TX —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
30-Aug-99   Las Vegas, NV —  United States An early version of the band itinerary indicated there may have been a private performance on this date.   Private Concert,
No Exit Tour
31-Aug-99 Jackie Gleason Theater
Miami, FL —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
1-Sep-99 Sundome
Tampa, FL —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
3-Sep-99 Tabernacle
Atlanta, GA —  United States
    Concert,
No Exit Tour
4-Sep-99 House Of Blues
Myrtle Beach, SC —  United States
There may be some other shows missing from this list right around this same time. Opening act Reel Big Fish   Concert,
No Exit Tour
17-Sep-99 Excalibur
Chicago, IL —  United States
This show was part of a singles party called "1999 Zazz Bash".   Concert,
No Exit Tour
17-Sep-99 WTMX
Chicago, IL —  United States
    Radio Show  
10-Oct-99 Foxboro Stadium
Foxborough, MA —  United States
Part of Mix 98.5 MIXFest '99 concert, a two day event with tickets $15-35. Blondie closed the show on the second day; also appearing on nthe Main Stage: Susan Tedeschi, Fastball, Sixpence None the Richer, Luscious Jackson, The Pretenders, Natalie Merchant, Sugar Ray, Melissa Etheridge. Announced at 9am 9/9/99. (ticket front) (ticket reverse) (external link) (external link) (setlist.fm)[*new*] Concert,
No Exit Tour
10-Oct-99 WBMX
Boston, MA —  United States
    Radio Show  
11-Oct-99 Sony Studios
New York, NY —  United States
VH-1 Hard Rock Live TV taping. A general admission free show. The band performed three songs during the taping that were not aired (Under the Gun, No Exit, and Nothing Is Real But the Girl) and the song order was rearranged for TV broadcast and video release. Meredith Brooks was scheduled to appear after Blondie.   TV taping  
19-Oct-99 Universal Island
Madrid —  Spain
Band itinerary notes: "Radio show / TV show production / Load in" so this show may have been broadcast. Blondie plays 10:00pm at Universal Island, Autovia de Madrid a toledo, parque sur Madrid, Spain. No support band. Promoter is Cardenas 40. Note: itinerary books were manufactured after October 14 (see note on Currency Exchange page).   [*new*] Concert,
European Tour 1999
20-Oct-99 Libro Music Hall
Vienna —  Austria
Band itinerary lists this as Production Rehearsal 9:00 and shows band and crew flight (IB #3374) arrives 12:10pm, so the band probably didn't rehearse.   [*new*] Rehearsal,
European Tour 1999
21-Oct-99 The Librohalle
Vienna —  Austria
Blondie website has venue as The Librohalle, itinerary has Libro Music Hall. Itinerary notes "Festival type show; early show start". Schedule: Prod in 9:00; Doors 5:00; Dinner 5:00; Support (several/TBA); Set change 9:30-10:00; Blondie 10:00; Curfew 12:00. (external link)[*new*] Concert,
European Tour 1999
22-Oct-99 Dom Sportova
Zagreb —  Croatia
Itinerary notes "Euro type small arena".   Concert,
European Tour 1999
23-Oct-99 Hala Tivoli
Ljubljana —  Slovenia
opening act: Flirt (a Slovenian band). Itinerary notes "Multipurpose arena".   Concert,
European Tour 1999
26-Oct-99 Stadhalle
Offenbach —  Germany
Itinerary notes "Adjustable hydraulic stage / not tons of room"; support: Jack Radics.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
26-Oct-99 Reverb: Tibetan Freedom Concert Special
   
    T.V. Show (air date)  
27-Oct-99 Colosseum
Munich —  Germany
    Concert,
European Tour 1999
29-Oct-99 Sala Universal Island
Leganés, Madrid —  Spain
This was one of the concerts that the radio "40 principales" recorded under the name "Básicos 40" for radio and TV. This was Blondie's last appearance in Spain. Note: this event is not listed in the band Itinerary book.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
30-Oct-99 Forest National
Brussels —  Belgium
Itinerary notes "Big arena / tons of room". (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1999
31-Oct-99 Palladium
Köln (Cologne) —  Germany
Itinerary notes "Good open venue / nothing odd".   Concert,
European Tour 1999
2-Nov-99 Stadhalle
Fürth —  Germany
Itinerary notes "Strange venue / Steep load in / Tight storage". Support: Jack Radics.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
3-Nov-99 Haus Avensee
Leipzig —  Germany
    Concert,
European Tour 1999
4-Nov-99 Columbiahalle
Berlin —  Germany
Itinerary notes "Nice venue / Smaller stage". Support: Jack Radics.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
5-Nov-99 TV 'Ein Herz für Kinder'
Berlin —  Germany
Itinerary notes "1 — song full playback / Broadcast live / Afternoon rehearsal"; show name is misspelled in the itinerary.   [*new*] Concert,
European Tour 1999
7-Nov-99 Wembley Arena
London —  England
Itinerary notes "Big arena / tons of room / 3PM safety insp.". Support: Squeeze. (ticket stub) (tour flyer) (blue tour flyer) Concert,
European Tour 1999
9-Nov-99 Cardiff International Arena
Cardiff —  Wales
Itinerary notes "Average venue / Good day". Support: Squeeze. (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1999
10-Nov-99 Bournemouth International Centre
Bournemouth —  England
Itinerary notes "Small arena / Large stage". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
11-Nov-99 New Cornwall Coliseum at Carlyon Bay
St. Austell —  Cornwall
Itinerary states venue is St. Austell Colisseum and notes "Small venue / Low clearance". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
13-Nov-99 London Arena
London —  England
Itinerary lists venue as Docklands Arena and notes "Average venue / Good day". Support: Squeeze. (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1999
14-Nov-99 Brighton Centre
Brighton —  England
Itinerary notes "Small arena / Tight load in". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
16-Nov-99 Telewest Arena
Newcastle —  England
Itinerary notes "Good day / Catering 2nd fl.". Support: Squeeze. (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1999
17-Nov-99 Exhibition Centre
Aberdeen —  Scotland
Itinerary notes "Large venue / Trucks unload inside". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
19-Nov-99 The Point
Dublin —  Ireland
Itinerary notes "Odd PA hang / Large venue". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
21-Nov-99 King's Hall
Belfast —  Ireland
Itinerary notes "Cherry picker rig / Large venue". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
22-Nov-99 Manchester Apollo
Manchester —  England
Itinerary has venue as Apollo Theatre and notes "Large theatre / Late load in". Support: Squeeze. (ticket stub) Concert,
European Tour 1999
23-Nov-99 NEC
Birmingham —  England
Itinerary has venue as N.I.A. Academy and notes1/2 house arena setup". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
23-Nov-99     United States "Blondie Live" CD released in the U.S.   release  
25-Nov-99 Sheffield Arena
Sheffield —  England
Itinerary notes "Average venue / Good day". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
26-Nov-99 SECC
Glasgow —  Scotland
This was held in the SECC which is the larger Arena in Glasgow right next to the Clyde Auditorium. A different contributor referred to this as "Glasgow Barrowlands" and said "were all given cassettes with a preview of the 'No Exit' album, released the following February" (which was true for many of the shows on this tour). Jimmy Destri played on this tour. Itinerary has venue as Clyde Auditorium and notes "Large theatre / Ramp to stage". Support: Squeeze.   Concert,
European Tour 1999
27-Nov-99 Exhibition Centre
Aberdeen —  Scotland
Also appearing: Squeeze   Concert,
European Tour 1999
30-Nov-99 Late Late Show
  United States
TV appearance at midnight   TV Show (air date)  
3-Dec-99 Politically Incorrect
  United States
on ABC-TV   TV Show (air date)  
11-Dec-99 MAD TV
  United States
Blondie as musical guests and performing a skit on the show   TV Show (air date)  
31-Dec-99 New Year's Eve 2000 at Miami Beach (South Beach)
Miami, FL —  United States
w/ Gipsy Kings   Concert  
19-May-01 Hammerstein Ballroom
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie did a mini-set at the Joey Ramone Birthday Bash, along with other bands (including Cheap Trick, the Damned, etc.) (external link) Concert  
11-Mar-02 Musicians On Bravo
   
  (youtube link)[*new*] TV Show (air date)  
12-Mar-02 Musicians On Bravo
   
    TV Show (air date)  
16-Mar-02 Musicians On Bravo
   
    TV Show (air date)  
17-Mar-02 Musicians On Bravo
   
    TV Show (air date)  
29-Mar-02 Musicians On Bravo
   
    TV Show (air date)  
15-Apr-02 Musicians On Bravo
   
    TV Show (air date)  
5-Jul-02 Summerfest / Miller Oasis
Milwaukee, WI —  United States
First day of tour. Showtime: 10pm. A printed band itinerary exists: (band itinerary cover) (band itinerary pg.1) (band itinerary pg.2) Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
6-Jul-02 Taste Of Minnesota
St. Paul, MN —  United States
showtime: 7:30pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
7-Jul-02 Indy Summer Stages Festival
Indianapolis, IN —  United States
    Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
8-Jul-02   New York, NY —  United States Band (except Clem) remains in NYC until travelling again on July 11 (fly to Minneapolis on Northwest #195 at 5:00pm, AR 7:14pm)   travel (to)  
9-Jul-02 House Of Blues
Chicago, IL —  United States
Rescheduled To July 28   Canceled Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
12-Jul-02 Moondance Ranch Jam 11
Walker, MN —  United States
showtime: 9:00-10:30pm. Also appearing: Journey   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
13-Jul-02 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater KC
Bonner Springs, KS —  United States
showtime: 10:15-11:30pm. Also appearing: King Suckeeman, Bad Tracks   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
14-Jul-02 Dakota Room
Sioux Falls, SD —  United States
Rescheduled To July 19. Band itinerary has DH flying back to NYC (band and crew in Detroit), returning July 16.   Canceled Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
16-Jul-02 DTE Energy Music Theater
Clarkston, MI —  United States
This venue (formerly called Pine Knob) is located in Clarkston, MI. Scheduled special guest: "The Dirtbombs". Showtime: 8:30pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
17-Jul-02 Tower City Amphitheater
Cleveland, OH —  United States
showtime 9:00pm (ticket) Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
19-Jul-02 Dakota Room
Sioux Falls, SD —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
20-Jul-02 Rockfest 2002
Cadott, WI —  United States
showtime 6:30pm. Also appearing: World Class Rocker, Loverboy, George Thorogood, Robert Plant.   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
23-Jul-02 Jones Beach Amphitheater
Wantagh, NY —  United States
Showtime 9:40-10:30pm. Also appearing: B-52s   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
24-Jul-02 Turning Stone Casino
Verona, NY —  United States
showtime 8:00pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
25-Jul-02 PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ —  United States
Formerly known as "Garden State Arts Center". Showtime 9:20pm. Also appearing: B-52s   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
27-Jul-02 Oneida Casino
Green Bay, WI —  United States
showtime 8:00pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
28-Jul-02 House Of Blues
Chicago, IL —  United States
showtime: 9:00pm.   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
30-Jul-02 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Virginia Beach, VA —  United States
Also appearing: B-52s. It was outrageously hot at this gig!   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
31-Jul-02 Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia, MD —  United States
Also appearing: B-52s   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
1-Aug-02   Biloxi, MS —  United States Band fly Baltimore to Biloxi   travel (to)  
2-Aug-02 Beau Rivage Casino
Biloxi, MS —  United States
showtime 8:00pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
3-Aug-02 Horseshoe Casino
Robinsonville, MS —  United States
showtime 9:00pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
4-Aug-02 Chastain Park Amphitheater
Atlanta, GA —  United States
showtime 9:00pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
6-Aug-02 House Of Blues
Lake Buena Vista, FL —  United States
showtime 9:15pm. Venue is actually located in Lake Buena Vista FL (Orlando is the market). (setlist) Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
7-Aug-02 House Of Blues
Myrtle Beach, SC —  United States
showtime 9:15pm. (ticket stub) Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
8-Aug-02 Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek
Raleigh, NC —  United States
showtime 9:00pm. Some funtime from someone who attended: "Deborah Harry and Chris Stein invited about 15 or so people who had gathered backstage. One lady had her cell phone and had Deborah talk to someone and explain that she WAS IN FACT DEBBIE HARRY!"   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
9-Aug-02   Los Angeles, CA —  United States Band fly Raleigh to Dallas (AA#515) to LA (AA#2453)   travel (to)  
10-Aug-02 The Grove
Anaheim, CA —  United States
showtime 9:00pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
11-Aug-02 The Grove
Anaheim, CA —  United States
showtime 9:00pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
13-Aug-02 The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
showtime 8:00pm. Itinerary calls this venue "The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino."   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
14-Aug-02 Viejas Summer Site
Alpine, CA —  United States
showtime 8:45pm. Itinerary calls this venue "Viejas Casino."   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
16-Aug-02 Mountain Winery
Saratoga, CA —  United States
showtime 8:20pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
17-Aug-02 Silver Legacy Casino
Reno, NV —  United States
showtime 9:00pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
18-Aug-02 Konocti Amphitheatre
Kelseyville, CA —  United States
showtime 9:30pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
20-Aug-02 Ventura Theater
Ventura, CA —  United States
showtime 9:15pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
21-Aug-02 Wente Vineyards
Livermore, CA —  United States
showtime 8:15pm   Concert,
Camp Funtime Blondie Summer Tour 2002
22-Aug-02     United States Travel day (everyone fly home). End of tour.   travel  
16-Nov-02 The Fillmore
San Francisco, CA —  United States
  (poster)[*new*] Concert,
Fall 2002 Greatest hits Tour
18-Nov-02 Wiltern Theater
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Fall 2002 Greatest hits Tour
20-Nov-02 Electric Factory
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
    Concert,
Fall 2002 Greatest hits Tour
21-Nov-02 Avalon Ballroom
Boston, MA —  United States
    Concert,
Fall 2002 Greatest hits Tour
23-Nov-02 Roseland Ballroom
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert,
Fall 2002 Greatest hits Tour
1-Dec-02   Dublin —  Ireland Band and crew travels to Dublin via London Heathrow. Note: the band itinerary book for this tour (December 1-19) calls the tour "Starliners Tour UK 2002".   [*new*] travel (to),
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
2-Dec-02 Vicar Street Theater
Dublin —  Ireland
Blondie only   Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
3-Dec-02 Vicar Street Theater
Dublin —  Ireland
Blondie only (press link) Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
5-Dec-02 Braehead Arena
Glasgow —  Scotland
  (ticket stub) (autographed setlist) Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
6-Dec-02 Sheffield Arena
Sheffield —  England
    Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
8-Dec-02 Manchester Evening News Arena
Manchester —  England
    Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
9-Dec-02 Telewest Arena
Newcastle —  England
  (ticket stub) Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
10-Dec-02 Nottingham Arena
Nottingham —  England
    Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
11-Dec-02 Cardiff International Arena
Cardiff —  Wales
This show was filmed. (ticket stub) Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
13-Dec-02 Bournemouth International Centre
Bournemouth —  England
  (ticket) (setlist) Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
14-Dec-02 Birmingham NEC Arena
Birmingham —  England
    Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
16-Dec-02 Brighton Centre
Brighton —  England
  (ticket) Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
17-Dec-02 London Arena / Docklands
London —  England
Setlist: Diamond Bridge, Dreaming, Hanging On The Telephone, Atomic, Call Me, Sunday Girl, Maria, Tide Is High, Shayla/Union City Blue, Golden Rod, See No Evil, War Child, One Way Or Another, Rapture, Heart Of Glass, Holiday Song (We Three Kings). (ticket stub) Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
18-Dec-02 Wembley Arena
London —  England
  (ticket stub) Concert,
December 2002 European Blondie / INXS Tour
27-Jun-03 City Hall Plaza
Boston, MA —  United States
Chris Stein was not performing with the band at this show (which was a free outdoor show) due to the recent birth of his daughter. Jimmy Destri was still performing with the re-united band, but stopped not too long after this one.   Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
28-Jun-03 AIDS Rock Ohio @ The Factory
Columbus, OH —  United States
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
29-Jun-03 9:30 Club
Washington, DC —  United States
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
2-Jul-03 Tradewinds
Sea Bright, NJ —  United States
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
3-Jul-03 Foxwoods Resort Casino
Foxwoods, CT —  United States
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
5-Jul-03 Rib Fest
Naperville, IL —  United States
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
2-Aug-03 Summer Sonic Festival
Osaka —  Japan
Outdoor stage   Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
3-Aug-03 Summer Sonic Festival
Tokyo —  Japan
Outdoor stage   Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
5-Aug-03 ROVE T.V.
   
    Performance/Interview,
The Phasm 8 Tour
7-Aug-03 Festival Hall
Brisbane —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
8-Aug-03 State Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
9-Aug-03 State Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
10-Aug-03 Jupiter's Theatre
Gold Coast —  Australia
This was a tentative date originally scheduled then changed.   Canceled Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
10-Aug-03 State Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
Third date added due to exceptional ticket sales.   Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
12-Aug-03 WIN Entertainment Centre
Wollongong —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
13-Aug-03 Palais Theatre
Melbourne —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
14-Aug-03 Palais Theatre
Melbourne —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
15-Aug-03 Thebarton Theatre
Adelaide —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
17-Aug-03 Burswood Theatre
Perth —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
18-Aug-03 Burswood Theatre
Perth —  Australia
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
21-Aug-03 The Civic Centre
Auckland —  New Zealand
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
22-Aug-03 The Civic Centre
Auckland —  New Zealand
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
10-Sep-03     England After being in the U.S., Blondie returns to England for two weeks of promo, except Leigh (who leaves Sept. 16)   comment  
13-Sep-03 "Miss Switzerland" contest
Lugano —  Switzerland
Performed "Good Boys". This may not have been with the entire band.   Concert  
16-Sep-03 GMTV
  England
Debbie, Chris, and Clem performed Heart of Glass live.   TV Show (air date)  
18-Sep-03 Villiers Street Theatre
London —  England
Invitation-only promotional gig arranged by Sony (about 1 hour): 'you are invited to an exclusive live performance by Blondie to celebrate the release of the album The Curse of Blondie thursday 18th september doors open 7pm Blondie onstage 8pm'   Concert  
6-Oct-03 Hammerstein Ballroom
New York, NY —  United States
Debbie, Chris, and Paul Carbonara performed Heart of Glass, Diamond Bridge, and Goldenrod (unplugged) at "Vanity Fair In Concert", a benefit for Step Up Women's Network. "The Curse of Blondie" was also released in Germany on this date, one week after the "Good Boys" release.   Concert  
7-Oct-03 Top of the Pops 2
  England
Blondie performed "Good Boys"   TV  
29-Oct-03 Cirkus Arena
Stockholm —  Sweden
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
31-Oct-03 Rockefeller Music hall
Oslo —  Norway
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
1-Nov-03 Vega House Of Music
Copenhagen —  Denmark
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
2-Nov-03 Docks
Hamburg —  Germany
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
3-Nov-03 Columbiahalle
Berlin —  Germany
This show was canceled and replaced with Groningen, Netherlands.   Canceled Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
3-Nov-03 De Oosterpoort
Groningen —  Holland
This was scheduled instead of Berlin. Show time: 20:30.   Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
5-Nov-03 Casino Des Paris
Paris —  France
The setlist for this tour is as follows, but slight variations can happen from day to day. Intro-Midnight Express, Atomic, Dreaming, Hanging on the Telephone, X-Offender; Hello Joe, Good Boys, Heart Of Glass; Rules For Living, Maria, End To End, Accidents Never Happen, The Tide Is High, The Tingler, Rapture; Call Me, Last One, Golden Rod, One Way Or Another; Diamond Bridge, Rip Her To Shreds, War Child, See No Evil; Shakedown, Sunday Girl, Magic, Pet Semetary, Undone.   Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
6-Nov-03 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Netherlands
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
7-Nov-03 E-Werk
Köln (Cologne) —  Germany
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
9-Nov-03 Vicar Street
Dublin —  Ireland
  (press link) Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
10-Nov-03 Waterfront
Belfast —  Ireland
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
11-Nov-03 Liverpool Academy
Liverpool —  England
  (tour flyer) Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
12-Nov-03 De Montfort Hall
Leicester —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
14-Nov-03 Corn Exchange
Cambridge —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
15-Nov-03 Carling Academy
Birmingham —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
16-Nov-03 Portsmouth Guildhall
Portsmouth —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
18-Nov-03 Carling Apollo
Manchester —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
19-Nov-03 Carling Academy
Glasgow —  Scotland
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
21-Nov-03 Royal Centre
Nottingham —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
22-Nov-03 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
23-Nov-03 Guildhall
Preston —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
25-Nov-03 Shepherd's Bush Empire
London —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
26-Nov-03 Shepherd's Bush Empire
London —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
27-Nov-03 Brighton Centre
Brighton —  England
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
28-Nov-03 Cirque Royal
Brussels —  Belgium
  (ticket stub) Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
30-Nov-03 The Kongress Haus
Zurich —  Switzerland
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
1-Dec-03 Georg-Elser-Halle
Munich —  Germany
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
2-Dec-03 Gasometer
Vienna —  Austria
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
3-Dec-03 Hala Sportova
Belgrade —  Serbia
Band itinerary listed the country as Yugoslavia. Corrected for historical accuracy. (ticket stub) (external link) Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
5-Dec-03 Rodon Club
Athens —  Greece
    Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
6-Dec-03 Showland
Istanbul —  Turkey
This show was postponed, but not rescheduled.   Canceled Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
8-Dec-03 Dubai Tennis Stadium
Dubai —  United Arab Emirates
A show in Bahrain was also tentative for this date, but that one didn't materialize.   Concert,
The Phasm 8 Tour
9-Dec-03   Abu Dhabi —  United Arab Emirates Tentative date that didn't materialize.   comment,
The Phasm 8 Tour
10-Dec-03 Kremlin Theater
Moscow —  Russia
A magazine in Moscow said Blondie would play this gig, but they didn't. Possibly was a tentative concert that didn't materialize.   comment  
10-Dec-03   Dubai —  United Arab Emirates Tentative date that was changed to December 8.   comment,
The Phasm 8 Tour
11-Dec-03     Mideast (not specified) Tentative date that didn't materialize.   comment,
The Phasm 8 Tour
30-Dec-03 The Florida Theatre
Jacksonville, FL —  United States
    Concert  
31-Dec-03 Pleasure Island, Walt Disney World
Orlando, FL —  United States
Blondie performed two sets just over 45 minutes each, including lots of new material: Rules For Living, Magic, The Tingler, Diamond Bridge, Good Boys, End to End; also Pet Semetary. The song that some people didn't recognize at Walt Disney World was the Rolling Stones' "Time Waits for No One".   Concert  
2-Jan-04 Jannus Landing
St. Petersburg, FL —  United States
    Concert  
3-Jan-04 Gulfstream Park
Hallandale Beach, FL —  United States
    Concert  
7-Feb-04     Monaco private appearance?   Concert  
6-Apr-04 City Hall Park
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie will perform five or six songs live at 5:30pm at the City Hall Park, located at Broadway and Chambers Street, just off the Brooklyn Bridge entrance. The performance is free and will be followed by an autograph signing at J&R Music World to promote today's U.S. release of The Curse of Blondie on Sanctuary Records. Unreleased tracks allegedly recorded for this album include "Paint Your Face" (which Clem mentions in Australian interviews), "Motorman" (by Paul Carbonara), and "Firecracker".   Concert  
7-Apr-04   New York, NY —  United States At 8:30am ET, Blondie will perform live on the Today Show. At noon, they will be interviewed live on CNN The Biz.   TV Show (air date)  
10-Apr-04   New York, NY —  United States The 8:30am segment of the Today Show Weekend will feature a live performance.   TV Show (air date)  
13-Apr-04   New York, NY —  United States The View will feature a live performance and interview. This is an ABC-TV program scheduled for 11am (ET). After TV show, band fly to Los Angeles.   TV Show (air date),
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
14-Apr-04     United States Blondie will be on the air at KBIG 104.3 at 12 noon.   Radio Show,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
15-Apr-04     United States Blondie will perform on Good Day Live (show begins at 9:00am PT). Blondie will also perform live on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn.   TV Show (air date),
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
16-Apr-04 House Of Blues Sunset Strip
West Hollywood, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
17-Apr-04 Konocti Harbor
Kelseyville, CA —  United States
POSTPONED. This date will be rescheduled for later in the summer.   Canceled Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
17-Apr-04   Las Vegas, NV —  United States Band itinerary states "VH-1 Divas Rehearsal" and shows no venue or schedule.   Rehearsal,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
18-Apr-04 MGM Grand
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
Debbie Harry will appear and give a live solo performance at this year's VH1 Divas show. This is listed as "VH-1 Divas Taping" in the band itinerary.   Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
19-Apr-04 4th & B Theatre
San Diego, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
20-Apr-04 House Of Blues
Anaheim, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
22-Apr-04 KEZR Radio
Saratoga, CA —  United States
Band itinerary shows the lineup: Josh Kelly (7:00-7:45pm), Blondie (8:15-9:00pm).   Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
23-Apr-04 McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Portland, OR —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
24-Apr-04 Showbox Theatre
Seattle, WA —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
26-Apr-04 Harry O's
Park City, UT —  United States
The venue is 30 miles east of Salt Lake City. After the show, band traveled 622 miles to Mt. Rushmore SD for a day off, dinner, then another 633 miles of travel to Minneapolis MN!   Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
28-Apr-04 First Avenue
Minneapolis, MN —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
29-Apr-04 Potawatomi Bingo Casino / Northern Lights
Milwaukee, WI —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
1-May-04 Guvernment
Toronto, ON —  Canada
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
2-May-04 House Of Blues
Chicago, IL —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
4-May-04 Clutch Cargo
Pontiac, MI —  United States
Canceled: according to a press release from Clear Channel (website | cc.com), Blondie was needed in New York to tape a special for A&E as well as to rehearse for a tour planned for this summer.   Canceled Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
5-May-04 Odeon Concert Club
Cleveland, OH —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
6-May-04 John Jay Theater
New York, NY —  United States
Live By Request rehearsal at John Jay Theater.   Rehearsal,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
7-May-04 A&E Live by Request : John Jay Theater
New York, NY —  United States
This is a TV taping that will not be on sale. The program was broadcast and a DVD (edited) has been released.   Concert/TV taping,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
8-May-04 Avalon Ballroom
Boston, MA —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
10-May-04 9:30 Club
Washington, DC —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
12-May-04 Insbrook Pavilion
Richmond, VA —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
13-May-04 Earthlink Live
Atlanta, GA —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
15-May-04 Festival - Jammin' on Main
Cincinnati, OH —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
16-May-04 12th Annual Taste Addison
Addison, TX —  United States
Venue: Addison Arts & Music Festival (near Dallas).   Concert,
Phasm 8 U.S. Spring 2004 Tour
28-May-04   Los Angeles, CA —  United States A preliminary band itinerary lists travel to L.A. on May 27 and a private show today (unconfirmed), return to NYC tomorrow.   Private Concert  
1-Jun-04     England A preliminary band itinerary lists travel to U.K., but it appears to have been postponed.   travel (to),
June & July Europe Tour 2004
2-Jun-04 Rivermeade
Reading —  England
Canceled : It is with regret that due to a major TV commitment in the U.S., Blondie will be unable to arrive in the UK in time for their performance at Reading Rivermead on June 2.   Canceled Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
3-Jun-04 Brighton Centre
Brighton —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
5-Jun-04 Bournemouth International Centre
Bournemouth —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
6-Jun-04 Cardiff International Arena
Cardiff —  Wales
  (ticket stub) Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
8-Jun-04 Colston Hall
Bristol —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
9-Jun-04 Plymouth Pavilions
Plymouth —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
11-Jun-04 Manchester Apollo
Manchester —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
12-Jun-04 Hull Arena
Hull —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
14-Jun-04 Hammersmith Apollo
London —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
16-Jun-04 Royal Centre
Nottingham —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
17-Jun-04 Nottingham Royal Centre
Nottingham —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
18-Jun-04 NIA Academy
Birmingham —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
19-Jun-04 Corn Exchange
Cambridge —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
22-Jun-04 Clyde Auditorium
Glasgow —  Scotland
A preliminary band itinerary listed this date as "(subject to change)" and listed the venue as "Armadillo" which is a nickname for the Clyde Auditorium due to its architectural appearance.   Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
23-Jun-04 Edinburgh Playhouse
Edinburgh —  Scotland
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
24-Jun-04 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
Rescheduled: This show has been moved to July 15. Tickets will remain valid for the new date or face value refunds will be available on return of the tickets (deadline: July 8).   Canceled Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
25-Jun-04 Newmarket Racecourse
Newmarket —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
26-Jun-04 Midtfyns Festival
Ringe —  Denmark
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
29-Jun-04 0-13 The Choice
Tilburg —  Holland
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
30-Jun-04 den Atelier
  Luxembourg
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
2-Jul-04 Gaffenburg Festival
Heilbronn —  Germany
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
3-Jul-04 Nostell Priory
Nostell —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
4-Jul-04 Stadion Buchold
Zurich —  Switzerland
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
6-Jul-04 La Cigale
Paris —  France
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
7-Jul-04 Chichester Festival
Chichester —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
9-Jul-04 Attingham Park
Shrewsbury —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
10-Jul-04 Cornbury Music Festival
Oxford —  England
Blondie is the headline act for this two day event. They were supported by The Overtures, a UK band that includes Chris Skornia, former keyboard player of the UK band The Boyfriends, who supported Blondie on their 2nd European tour in 1978.   Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
11-Jul-04 Dyrham Park
Dyrham —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
13-Jul-04 INEC
Killarney —  Ireland
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
15-Jul-04 City Hall
Newcastle —  England
This show was rescheduled from June 24. (announcement) Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
16-Jul-04 GuilFest 2004
Stoke Park, Guildford —  England
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
18-Jul-04 Nigran Beach
Vigo —  Spain
Rescheduled! This gig has been moved to July 19 and the venue has been changed to Auditorio de Castrelos.   Canceled Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
19-Jul-04 Auditorio de Castrelos
Vigo —  Spain
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
20-Jul-04   Madrid —  Spain A preliminary band itinerary listed this (subject to change) with no venue. It was probably considered but never scheduled.   comment,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
21-Jul-04 Centre Tennis Court, Hotel Puente Romano
Marbella —  Spain
    Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
23-Jul-04 Rochester Castle
Kent —  England
Blondie's headlining performance is on the Friday night of this three day 'Summer Concert Series'.   Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
24-Jul-04 Sporting Club
Monte Carlo —  Monaco
Jazz festival.   Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
25-Jul-04 Sporting Club
Monte Carlo —  Monaco
Jazz festival.   Concert,
June & July Europe Tour 2004
26-Jul-04     United States A preliminary band itinerary listed this as "fly home" day.   travel (to)  
18-Aug-04 Avatar Studio
Atlanta, GA —  United States
    Rehearsal,
Phasm 8 USA Again 2004 Tour
19-Aug-04 Avatar Studio
Atlanta, GA —  United States
    Rehearsal  
20-Aug-04 Centennial Olympic Park
Atlanta, GA —  United States
Blondie is appearing with the Psychedelic Furs. A band itinerary referred to this gig as "On The Bricks" with lineup: X 4 (6:00pm), Blondie (9:30pm). Chris Stein posted on Aug. 22 that it was partially rained out: "briefly, we all were very pissed about Atlanta being rained out, we all stayed until it started raining the second time, the guys in the psychedelic furs stayed on as well i just wanted to personally say i'm sorry that anyone was disappointed and hope we can get back soon to make it up".   Concert  
21-Aug-04 Dancin' in the District
Nashville, TN —  United States
    Concert  
23-Aug-04 The Orange Peel
Asheville, NC —  United States
    Concert  
24-Aug-04 The Norva
Norfolk, VA —  United States
    Concert  
26-Aug-04 Westbury Music Fair
Westbury, NY —  United States
    Concert  
28-Aug-04 The Music Box at The Borgata
Atlantic City, NJ —  United States
    Concert  
29-Aug-04 Bottle & Cork
Dewey Beach, DE —  United States
    Concert  
3-Sep-04 Emerald Queen Casino
Tacoma, WA —  United States
    Concert  
4-Sep-04 One Big Show Family Day
Abbotsford, BC —  Canada
    Concert  
7-Sep-04 Radisson Hotel Grove
Sacramento, CA —  United States
    Concert  
8-Sep-04 Majestic Ventura Theater
Ventura, CA —  United States
    Concert  
10-Sep-04 Chukchansi Gold Resort
Coarsegold, CA —  United States
    Concert  
11-Sep-04 Taste of Newport
Newport Beach, CA —  United States
    Concert  
14-Sep-04   London —  England Band travel: fly Newark NJ to London (BA 188)   travel (to)  
16-Sep-04 Shepherds Bush Empire
London —  England
    Concert  
17-Sep-04 Marquee
Co. Kildare —  Ireland
Band performed a 90-minute private show near Dublin at 10:30pm at Marquee, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare (capacity 250-300).   Private Concert  
18-Sep-04 Cliffs Pavilion
Southend —  England
    Concert  
19-Sep-04     United States "Travel home".   travel (to)  
28-Sep-04     United States Taping date for the 5th annual "WomenRock!" on Lifetime. Blondie's performances including Debbie Harry's duet with Shirley Manson of Garbage (recorded Sept. 28) was broadcast on Lifetime TV on October 28.   T.V. Show (recording)  
8-Oct-04 Spirit
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie will perform at this Ramones benefit gig with the proceeds going to two cancer charities on behalf of Joey and Johnny (Cedars Sinai Cancer Research Center and the Lymphoma Cancer Research Foundation).   Concert  
28-Oct-04     United States Air date for the 5th annual "WomenRock!" on Lifetime. Blondie's performances including Debbie Harry's duet with Shirley Manson of Garbage were recorded September 28.   TV Show (air date)  
3-Nov-04 Vertice del Museo de la Nacion
Lima —  Peru
    Concert  
5-Nov-04 San Carlos de Apoquindo
Santiago —  Chile
    Concert  
6-Nov-04 Club Ciudad Deportiva
Buenos Aires —  Argentina
    Concert  
8-Nov-04 Planet Mall
San Jose —  Costa Rica
    Concert  
9-Nov-04 CENTRO DE CONVENCIONES NUNEZ DE BALBOA
Panama City —  Panama
    Concert  
11-Nov-04 Bull Dog Cafe
Mexico City —  Mexico
In the October 13 update to the tour schedule, this gig was removed and there is now only one show in Mexico City. (archive) Canceled Concert  
12-Nov-04 Centro de Especatculos Molier - The Box
Mexico City —  Mexico
Please note that due to updates in the tour schedule on October 13, the venue for this gig has changed and there is now only one show in Mexico City. (announcement) Concert  
31-Dec-04 Edinburgh's Hogmanay
Edinburgh —  Scotland
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
7-Jan-05 Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
Mt. Pleasant, MI —  United States
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
19-Feb-05 Moonlight
Perth —  Australia
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
21-Feb-05 Thebarton Theatre
Adelaide —  Australia
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
22-Feb-05 Gold Coast Convention Centre
Gold Coast —  Australia
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
24-Feb-05 Sydney Opera House Concert Hall
Sydney —  Australia
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
26-Feb-05 Melbourne International Music Festival
Melbourne —  Australia
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
1-Mar-05 Fort Canning Park
  Singapore
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
2-Mar-05 Thailand Cultural Center
Bangkok —  Thailand
    Concert,
Phasm 8 Tour 2005
31-Aug-05 Washington Square Park
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie will perform a short set at 5:30pm as part of the Save CBGB benefit campaign supported by Little Steven's Underground Garage.   Concert  
17-Oct-05 Fashion Rocks
  Monaco
Blondie will perform at Fashion Rocks, a TV show appearance in Monaco.   Concert  
4-Nov-05 Atlantic City Hilton
Atlantic City, NJ —  United States
Warm-up gig for the UK tour, added October 2005!   Concert,
UK Tour 2005
10-Nov-05   Dublin —  Ireland Band travel JFK to Dublin (Aer Lingus 108).   travel (to),
UK Tour 2005
12-Nov-05 Tubridy Tonight
Dublin —  Ireland
TV Dublin / Production day (show live on the air 9:30-10:30pm); band performing "Heart of Glass" and "Maria".   T.V.,
UK Tour 2005
13-Nov-05 UEA LCR Norwich
Norwich —  England
Added October 2005 (University of East Anglia)   Concert,
UK Tour 2005
15-Nov-05 St. David's Hall
Cardiff —  Wales
Opening act (most of this tour): Hugh Cornwell (ex-Stranglers).   Concert,
UK Tour 2005
16-Nov-05 Plymouth Pavilions
Plymouth —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
18-Nov-05 Colston Hall
Bristol —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
19-Nov-05 Bournemouth International Centre
Bournemouth —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
20-Nov-05 Brighton Centre
Brighton —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
22-Nov-05 Cliffs Pavilion
Southend —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
23-Nov-05 Royal Albert Hall
London —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
25-Nov-05 Rivermead Centre
Reading —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
26-Nov-05 Corn Exchange
Cambridge —  England
  (ticket)[*new*] Concert,
UK Tour 2005
27-Nov-05 Regent Theatre
Ipswich —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
30-Nov-05 De Montfort Hall
Leicester —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
1-Dec-05 Philharmonic Hall
Liverpool —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
2-Dec-05 Opera House
Blackpool —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
4-Dec-05 Aberdeen Music Hall
Aberdeen —  Scotland
A large (40" x 60") poster printed on thin stock poster exists advertising this gig and two others. (poster) Concert,
UK Tour 2005
5-Dec-05 Usher Hall
Edinburgh —  Scotland
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
7-Dec-05 Newcastle City Hall
Newcastle —  England
  (ticket stub) Concert,
UK Tour 2005
8-Dec-05 Glasgow Armadillo
Glasgow —  Scotland
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
9-Dec-05 City Hall
Sheffield —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
11-Dec-05 International Centre
Harrogate —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
12-Dec-05 Nottingham Royal Centre
Nottingham —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
13-Dec-05 St. Georges Hall
Bradford —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
15-Dec-05 N.I.A. Academy
Birmingham —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
16-Dec-05 Carling Apollo
Manchester —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
17-Dec-05 Shepherd's Bush Empire
London —  England
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
19-Dec-05 Olympia Theatre
Dublin —  Ireland
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
20-Dec-05 Olympia Theatre
Dublin —  Ireland
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
21-Dec-05 Ireland Waterfront Hall
Belfast —  Ireland
    Concert,
UK Tour 2005
22-Dec-05     United States Band "travel home" (Aer Lingus 105 Dublin to JFK).   travel (to)  
13-Mar-06 Waldorf Astoria
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Shirley Manson of Garbage. The induction speech was followed by an acceptance speech that was slightly disrupted when Frank Infante tried to get the band to perform with him and Nigel Harrison, despite that the idea hadn't been presented in advance and they had not rehearsed. Chris Stein wrote a lengthy discussion of it in March in blog posts on his band member page. Following the speech, Blondie performed "Heart of Glass", "Rapture", and "Call Me". The ceremony was broadcast on March 21 by VH1, and some video is available online. (blog posts) (external link) (youtube link) (youtube link) (program front(1)) (program front(2)) (program article) (program essay) (program back(1)) (program back(2))[*new*] Performance  
10-May-06 Grand Casino Tunica Event Center
Robinsonville, MS —  United States
This show is in the band's itinerary and is probably a rehearsal. Showtimes: Blondie (Noon - 4:00pm), New Cars 5:00-9:00pm.   Rehearsal,
Road Rage Tour
11-May-06 Grand Casino Tunica Event Center
Robinsonville, MS —  United States
This show is in the band's itinerary and is probably a rehearsal. Showtimes: Blondie (Noon - 4:00pm), New Cars 5:00-9:00pm.   Rehearsal,
Road Rage Tour
12-May-06 Grand Casino Tunica Event Center
Robinsonville, MS —  United States
First show of the tour. Blondie 9:00pm, New Cars 10:35pm.   Concert,
Road Rage Tour
13-May-06 Nokia Theatre
Grand Prairie, TX —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
16-May-06 Palomar Starlight Theater
Pala, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
17-May-06 Dodge Theatre
Phoenix, AZ —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
19-May-06 Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
20-May-06 Gibson Amphitheatre
Universal City, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
22-May-06 Rockwalk
Hollywood, CA —  United States
Rockwalk Induction. Various events (meetings, photos, speakers, handprints in cement) scheduled between 11:15am and 12:45pm.   appearance,
Road Rage Tour
23-May-06 Viejas Casino
Alpine, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
25-May-06 The Mountain Winery
Saratoga, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
26-May-06 Reno Events Center
Reno, NV —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
27-May-06 Konocti Field Amphitheater
Kelseyville, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
30-May-06 Coors Amphitheatre
Englewood, CO —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
1-Jun-06 Grand Casino Amphitheatre
Hinckley, MN —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
3-Jun-06 Ravinia Pavilion
Highland Park, IL —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
4-Jun-06 Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls, OH —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
6-Jun-06 Filene Center
Vienna, VA —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
7-Jun-06 Bank of America Pavilion
Boston, MA —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
9-Jun-06 Jones Beach Music Theater
Wantagh, NY —  United States
    Concert,
Road Rage Tour
10-Jun-06 PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ —  United States
This venue is formerly the Garden State Arts Center. When the band arrived for soundcheck, they said the remainder of the tour is canceled. Ironically, the tour with the New Cars ended due to a travel accident which injured guitarist Elliot Easton, who played four shows in a brace before ultimately following the advice of his doctor. (press release 1) (press release 2) Concert,
Road Rage Tour
13-Jun-06 Hard Rock Live (Universal Studios)
Orlando, FL —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
14-Jun-06 Ruth Eckerd Hall
Clearwater, FL —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
15-Jun-06 Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Hollywood, FL —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
17-Jun-06 Chastain Park Amphitheater
Atlanta, GA —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
18-Jun-06 Oyster Shell at North Charleston Coliseum
North Charleston, SC —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
20-Jun-06 Rockin' at the Knox
Buffalo, NY —  United States
All proceeds benefit the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. This show is Blondie only (not with The New Cars). This show will proceed and is NOT canceled.   Concert,
Road Rage Tour
21-Jun-06 Molson Amphitheatre
Toronto, ON —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
23-Jun-06 Bell Center
Montreal, Quebec —  Canada
This was the date originally scheduled, but the venue was changed to Metropolis, which also was canceled due to Elliot Easton's injury.   Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
23-Jun-06 Metropolis
Montreal, Quebec —  Canada
This was the date in the final itinerary, but canceled due to Elliot Easton's injury.   Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
24-Jun-06 The Borgata Event Center
Atlantic City, NJ —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
25-Jun-06 Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort
Uncasville, CT —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
30-Jun-06 DTE Energy Music Theatre
Clarkston, MI —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
1-Jul-06 Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
2-Jul-06 Clipper Magazine Stadium
Lancaster, PA —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Road Rage Tour
2-Sep-06 Bumbershoot Festival
Seattle, WA —  United States
    Concert  
6-Sep-06 Nambia Hatch
Osaka —  Japan
    Concert  
7-Sep-06 Shibuya O-East
Tokyo —  Japan
    Concert  
8-Sep-06 Shibuya O-East
Tokyo —  Japan
    Concert  
11-Sep-06 Hard Rock Cafe
  Singapore
    Concert  
13-Sep-06 Olympic Hall
Seoul —  South Korea
    Concert  
15-Sep-06 Convention & Exhibition Centre
Wanchai —  Hong Kong
Foreign Correspondents' Club Annual Charity Ball.   Concert  
18-Sep-06 Table Mountain Casino
Friant, CA —  United States
    Concert  
14-Oct-06 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Chris, Debbie, Paul Carbonara, and Leigh Foxx played as Blondie prior to the Dictators on the second last night CBGB was open. Setlist: Hanging on the Telephone (The Nerves cover), Call Me, The Tide Is High (The Paragons cover), The Dream's Lost on Me, I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend (Ramones cover), Mother of Earth (The Gun Club cover), Rip Her to Shreds, One Way or Another, Poison Heart (Ramones cover), Please Please Me (The Beatles cover), Encore: Heart of Glass . A video of the show has been uploaded to youtube: (youtube link)[*new*] Concert  
15-Oct-06 CBGB
New York, NY —  United States
Chris Stein showed up in the afternoon with his three year old daughter to take photos (using film!) of the CBGB's marquee as people were waiting in line for admission to the Patti Smith gig on the venue's closing night.   comment  
29-Dec-06 Canyon Club
Agoura Hills, CA —  United States
    Concert  
30-Dec-06 Key Club
West Hollywood, CA —  United States
    Concert  
31-Dec-06 OC Fairgrounds
Costa Mesa, CA —  United States
    Concert  
7-Jul-07 Bospop Festival
Weert —  Holland
    Concert  
8-Jul-07 Cornbury Music Festival
Oxfordshire —  UK
    Concert  
11-Jul-07 Apollo Hammersmith
London —  UK
    Concert  
13-Jul-07 Edinburgh Castle Esplanade
Scotland —  UK
    Concert  
14-Jul-07 Thetford Forest
Suffolk —  UK
    Concert  
15-Jul-07 Opera House
Blackpool —  UK
    Concert  
17-Jul-07 Sands Centre
Carlisle —  UK
    Concert  
18-Jul-07 Apollo
Manchester —  UK
    Concert  
19-Jul-07 International Centre
Harrogate —  UK
    Concert  
21-Jul-07 Love Box Festival
London —  UK
    Concert  
23-Jul-07 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Netherlands
    Concert  
24-Jul-07 Vega
Copenhagen —  Denmark
    Concert  
8-Sep-07 The Dural
Miami, FL —  United States
Blondie was the surprise guest on the last day of a 4-day-long company vacation/party for BBH (a UK-based ad agency). They played in the grand ballroom, performing a whole set starting with "Call Me" and including encores.   Private Concert  
17-May-08 Lifeball
   
       
1-Jun-08 Aarius Studios
Sayreville, NJ —  United States
According to Matt Katz-Bohen's band member biography on blondie.net, he joined Blondie on keyboards for the 2008 worldwide concert tour to promote the 30th anniversary re-release of their ground-breaking 1978 album "Parallel Lines". (bio) Rehearsal,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
2-Jun-08 Aarius Studios
Sayreville, NJ —  United States
    Rehearsal,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
3-Jun-08 Aarius Studios
Sayreville, NJ —  United States
    Rehearsal,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
4-Jun-08 Aarius Studios
Sayreville, NJ —  United States
    Rehearsal,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
5-Jun-08 Ram's Head Live
Baltimore, MD —  United States
One of the encores was the Rolling Stones "Get Off Of My Cloud"   Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
6-Jun-08 Bergen Performing Arts Center
Englewood, NJ —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
8-Jun-08 Six Flags Great Adventure Northern Star Arena
Jackson, NJ —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
10-Jun-08 UPAC - The Broadway Theater
Kingston, NY —  United States
Ulster Performing Arts Center   Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
12-Jun-08 Casino Rama
Orillia, ON —  Canada
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
13-Jun-08 Casino Rama
Orillia, ON —  Canada
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
14-Jun-08 The Seneca Niagara Events Center
Niagara Falls, NY —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
17-Jun-08 Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank, NJ —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
18-Jun-08 Brookhaven Amphitheater
Farmingville, NY —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
20-Jun-08 Cape Cod Melody Tent
Hyannis, MA —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
21-Jun-08 South Shore Music Circus
Cohasset, MA —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
22-Jun-08 Nokia Theatre Times Square
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
24-Jun-08 The Kentucky Center - Whitney Hall
Louisville, KY —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
26-Jun-08 Mountaineer Casino Racetrack & Resort
Chester, WV —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
27-Jun-08 Lincoln Park Zoo - Jammin At The Zoo
Chicago, IL —  United States
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
28-Jun-08 Summerfest 2008 - M&I Bank Stage
Milwaukee, WI —  United States
  (review, photos) Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
29-Jun-08     United States "Travel home".   travel (to)  
3-Jul-08 Ra'anana Park Amphitheatre
Tel Aviv —  Israel
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
5-Jul-08 GuilFest
Guildford —  Great Britain
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
6-Jul-08 Carling Academy Bristol
Bristol, Avon —  Great Britain
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
8-Jul-08 Oktyabrski
St. Petersburg —  Russia
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
9-Jul-08 B1
Moscow —  Russia
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
10-Jul-08 House of Culture
Helsinki —  Finland
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
12-Jul-08 Rock Zottegem
Brussels —  Belgium
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
13-Jul-08 X-TRA Limmitshaus
Zürich —  Switzerland
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
15-Jul-08 den Atelier
Luxembourg City —  Luxembourg
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
16-Jul-08 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Netherlands
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
18-Jul-08 Summercase Festival
Barcelona —  Spain
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
19-Jul-08 Summercase Festival
Madrid —  Spain
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
20-Jul-08 Latitude Festival
Suffolk —  Great Britain
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
22-Jul-08 Liverpool Echo Arena
Liverpool —  Great Britain
Blondie & the Stranglers - Pops 08   Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
24-Jul-08 Galway Arts Festival
Galway —  Ireland
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
25-Jul-08 Vicar Street
Dublin —  Ireland
Aiken Promotions   Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
26-Jul-08 Carling Academy Glasgow
Glasgow,Lanarkshire —  Great Britain
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
28-Jul-08 ExCeL
London —  Great Britain
Live at The British International Motor Show (ticket front) (ticket reverse) [*new*] Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
31-Jul-08 Storsjoyran Festival
Östersund —  Sweden
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
1-Aug-08 Storåsfestival
Storås —  Norway
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
2-Aug-08 Rockefeller Music Hall
Oslo —  Norway
    Concert,
Parallel Lines 30th Anniversary Tour
27-Sep-08 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Irvine, CA —  United States
Jack Radio Show with Billy Idol, Blondie, Devo, The Psychedelic Furs, and REO Speedwagon.   Concert  
20-Feb-09 River Rock Casino Resort
Vancouver, BC —  Canada
    Concert  
21-Feb-09 Northern Quest Casino
Spokane, WA —  United States
    Concert  
22-Feb-09 Roseland Theater
Portland, OR —  United States
    Concert  
24-Feb-09 Star of the Desert Arena
Primm, NV —  United States
Blondie only. (ticket stub) Concert  
25-Feb-09 The Fillmore
San Francisco, CA —  United States
    Concert  
27-Feb-09 Feather Falls Casino
Oroville, CA —  United States
    Concert  
28-Feb-09   San Luis Obispo, CA —  United States     Private Concert  
28-Mar-09 Pepsi Music Fest
Santiago —  Chile
    Concert  
18-Jul-09 Robert Mondavi Winery
Oakville, CA —  United States
Blondie only.   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
19-Jul-09 Britt Pavilion
Jacksonville, OR —  United States
Blondie only.   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
21-Jul-09 The Mountain Winery
Saratoga, CA —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
22-Jul-09 The Concerts at Wente Vineyards
Livermore, CA 94550 —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
25-Jul-09 Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino
Lemoore, CA —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
26-Jul-09 Pacific Amphitheatre
Costa Mesa, CA —  United States
2009 OC Super Fair: Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Romantics   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
28-Jul-09 Dodge Theatre
Phoenix, AZ —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
29-Jul-09 Isleta Casino - The Lakes
Albuquerque, NM —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
31-Jul-09 Paragon Casino Resort
Marksville, LA —  United States
Blondie only.   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
1-Aug-09 Mud Island Amphitheatre
Memphis, TN —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
2-Aug-09 Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Atlanta, GA —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
4-Aug-09 The Filene Center at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts
Vienna, VA —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
5-Aug-09 Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
Gilfo, NH —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
7-Aug-09 Sands RiverPlace at Musikfest
Bethlehem, PA —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
8-Aug-09 Bank of America Pavilion
Boston, MA —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
10-Aug-09 Community Theater at The Mayo Center
Morristown, NJ —  United States
Blondie only.   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
11-Aug-09 Constellation Brands Marvin Sands - CMAC
Canandaigua, NY —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
13-Aug-09 Asser Levy Park
Brooklyn, NY —  United States
Free outdoor concert: Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas. This year's event, The 31st Annual Seaside Summer Concert Series, had the largest turnout of any previous year.   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
15-Aug-09 Riverbend Music Center
Cincinnati, OH —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
17-Aug-09 Ravinia Pavilion
Highland Park, IL —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
18-Aug-09 The Crossroads
Kansas City, MO —  United States
Blondie only (all ages).   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
20-Aug-09 Austin Music Hall
Austin, TX —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
22-Aug-09 Beau Rivage Theatre
Biloxi, MS —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
23-Aug-09 The Arena Theatre
Houston, TX —  United States
Blondie and Pat Benatar with special guest The Donnas   Concert,
Call Me Invincible Tour
25-Aug-09 Pike's Peak
Colorado Springs, CO —  United States
Blondie only.   Concert  
26-Aug-09 Belly Up Aspen
Aspen, CO —  United States
Blondie only.   Concert  
28-Aug-09 Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
Reno, NV —  United States
Blondie only.   Concert  
29-Aug-09 Peppermill Wendover Casino
West Wendover, NV —  United States
Blondie only   Concert  
31-Aug-09 Quechan Casino Resort
Winterhaven, CA —  United States
Blondie only.   Concert  
1-Sep-09 Desert Diamond Casino
Tucson, AZ —  United States
Blondie only. Note: this show has been returned to its original date. The show in Las Vegas has been canceled.   Concert  
29-Oct-09 Beaux-Arts Court, The Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn, NY —  United States
Blondie played at the opening night reception for the exhibition "Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present." This event is open to museum members only, but anyone could join the museum as late as the day of the concert.   Concert  
30-Oct-09 Casino Nova Scotia - Schooner Room
Halifax, NS —  Canada
Tickets $70.25   Concert  
31-Oct-09 Casino Nova Scotia - Schooner Room
Halifax, NS —  Canada
Tickets $70.25   Concert  
20-Nov-09 Grand Victoria Casino & Resort - Grand Theatre
Rising Sun, IN —  United States
Postponed concert: The promoter has passed along the following announcement regarding this show: Please stay tuned for the announcement of the rescheduling of the Blondie show originally scheduled for November 20th. (This is a one-off show not part of the 2009 "Call Me Invincible" tour.)   Canceled Concert  
21-Nov-09 Washington Hilton
Washington, DC —  United States
Blondie performed at the "Kidney Ball", a benefit for the National Kidney Foundation and did a full set.   Private Concert  
19-Feb-10 IP Casino Resort & Spa
Biloxi, MS —  United States
    Concert  
20-Feb-10 Universal Studios - The Music Plaza
Orlando, FL —  United States
Admission to this show (part of the Mardi Gras Event Series) is included in the park ticket.   Canceled Concert  
18-Mar-10     United States Chris emailed privately that Paul Carbonara is leaving the band and said "we have seen three guys and are pretty set on one who is a friend of Matt's". This was guitarist Tommy Kessler, whose first public performance with Blondie would soon be at the Icon Awards on April 17, 2010. Tommy Kessler subsequently became a permanent member of the band for more than 10 years, up to the publication date of this October 2020 update and beyond. In October 2020, Chris added, "Matt knew Tommy from working around the city. Tommy was in "Rock of Ages" on Broadway for many years, I think almost the whole run of the show."   comment  
17-Apr-10 8th Annual TV Land Awards
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
This was recorded at the historic stage 15 of the Sony Studios Culver City lot. It was Blondie's first public performance with guitarist Tommy Kessler, replacing guitarist Paul Carbonara (who was with the band from approximately April 1998 until mid-March 2010).   TV (recording)  
25-Apr-10 8th Annual TV Land Awards
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Blondie received the "Icon Award"   TV (air date)  
April-May, 2010 Water Music Recording
Hoboken, NJ —  United States
Debbie, Chris, Clem, Leigh, Matt, and Tommy recording two new songs with Kato Khandwala ("Mother", "The End, The End") in April and the first two weeks of May.   Recording  
28-May-10 Bearsville Theater
Woodstock, NY —  United States
Debbie, Chris, and Matt Katz-Bohen performed at a benefit for the Woodstock Day School (gig flyer) Concert  
3-Jun-10 Aarius Studios
Sayreville, NJ —  United States
Last day (of about two weeks) of rehearsals for upcoming tour.   Rehearsal  
4-Jun-10 A&E Studios
New York, NY —  United States
Taping for A&E "Private Sessions" (host: Lynn Hoffman; producer: Liisa Lunden) - noon to 4:30pm, 235 E. 45 St., NYC. Broadcast October 10. Tracklist: Call Me, Heart Of Glass, One Way Or Another, Mother, What I Heard. This was the U.S. TV debut of Mother and What I Heard. (Youtube link) (Behind the scenes)[*new*] TV (recording)  
7-Jun-10   London —  United Kingdom Travel EWR to LHR, AA 132, depart 9:00pm, arrive 9:25am June 8.   travel (to),
Endangered Species Tour 2010
9-Jun-10 The Forum
Hatfield —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish. Tour title and duration in the official band tour itinerary   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
10-Jun-10 Corn Exchange
Cambridge —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
12-Jun-10 Isle of Wight Festival
Newport, Isle Of Wight —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish. A good quality video of this show is posted on Youtube. Setlist: D-Day, Hanging on the Telephone, Love Doesn't Frighten Me, Two Times Blue (Debbie Harry song), Maria, What I Heard, Orchid Club/Atomic, Call Me (with sample of Uprising by Muse), Mother, One Way or Another; encore: Break Your Heart (Taio Cruz cover), Heart of Glass. Aftershow travel: band and crew drive 1000km (602 mi / 15 hours) + ferry to Inverness. (youtube link)[*new*] Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
13-Jun-10 RockNess 2010 Festival
Inverness —  United Kingdom
At Clunes Farm Loch Ness, Nr Dores   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
15-Jun-10 O2 Academy
Newcastle —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
16-Jun-10 Manchester Apollo
Manchester —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
17-Jun-10 O2 Academy
Sheffield —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
19-Jun-10 O2 Academy
Bournemouth —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
20-Jun-10 Westonbirt Arboretum
Tetbury —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
22-Jun-10 Vicar Street
Dublin —  Ireland
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
23-Jun-10 Nugent Hall
Belfast —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
24-Jun-10 Big Top
Cork —  Ireland
aka Live @ The Marquee. Supported by Little Fish. Band itinerary states venue is "Live at the Marquee".   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
26-Jun-10 Kenwood House Open Air
London —  United Kingdom
aka The Crystal Palace. Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
28-Jun-10 Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Wolverhampton —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
29-Jun-10 Cliffs Pavilion
Southend —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
30-Jun-10 indigO2
London —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
2-Jul-10 Hop Farm Festival
Kent —  United Kingdom
Supported by Little Fish   Concert,
Endangered Species Tour 2010
4-Aug-10 The Fillmore
San Francisco, CA —  United States
    Concert  
5-Aug-10 Wells Fargo Center for the Arts
Santa Rosa, CA —  United States
  (setlist) Concert  
7-Aug-10 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino: The Beach
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
Blondie with the B-52s   Concert  
8-Aug-10 Pacific Amphitheatre
Costa Mesa, CA —  United States
Blondie with the B-52s   Concert  
10-Aug-10 The Mountain Winery
Saratoga, CA —  United States
Blondie with the B-52s   Concert  
12-Aug-10 Chateau St Michelle Winery
Woodinville, WA —  United States
Blondie with the B-52s   Concert  
13-Aug-10 Boulevard Casino - Red Robinson Theatre
Coquitlam, BC —  Canada
    Concert  
14-Aug-10 River Creek Resort & Casino
Enoch, AB —  Canada
    Concert  
16-Aug-10 Casino Regina - Show Lounge
Regina, SK —  Canada
    Concert  
18-Aug-10 Horseshoe Casino - The Venue
Hammond, IN —  United States
    Concert  
20-Aug-10 Illinois State Fairgrounds Grandstand
Springfield, Il —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert  
21-Aug-10 Treasure Island Resort & Casino
Red Wing, MN —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert  
24-Aug-10 Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences
Charleston, WV —  United States
Blondie with B-52s   Concert  
25-Aug-10 Chastain Park Amphitheater
Atlanta, GA —  United States
Blondie with B-52s   Concert  
27-Aug-10 DTE Energy Music Theater
Clarkston, MI —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert  
28-Aug-10 Fraze Pavilion at Lincoln Park
Kettering, OH —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert  
29-Aug-10 Pier Six Pavilion
Baltimore, MD —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert  
31-Aug-10 Nokia Theatre
New York, NY —  United States
Supported by Gorevette   Concert  
1-Sep-10 Penn's Peak
Jim Thorpe, PA —  United States
Supported by Gorevette   Concert  
3-Sep-10 Memphis Botanic Gardens
Memphis, TN —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert  
5-Sep-10 Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
Westhampton, NY —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert  
8-Sep-10 State Theatre
Falls Church, VA —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert  
10-Sep-10 Twin River Casino - Events Center
Lincoln, RI —  United States
    Concert  
11-Sep-10 House of Blues
Atlantic City, NJ —  United States
Supported by Gorevette   Concert  
12-Sep-10 House of Blues
Boston, MA —  United States
Supported by Gorevette   Concert  
16-Nov-10 Speaking Rock Events Center
El Paso, TX —  United States
    Concert  
18-Nov-10 Fox Performing Arts Center
Riverside, CA —  United States
    Concert  
24-Nov-10 Kings Park & Botanic Garden
Perth —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
25-Nov-10 Kings Park & Botanic Garden
Perth —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
27-Nov-10 Peter Lehmann Wines
Tanunda —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
30-Nov-10 Trak Lounge
Melbourne —  Australia
According to auspop.com.au: "Supported by Melbourne's Attack Of The Mannequins Blondie will perform tracks from their extensive 20-million-selling back catalogue." (external link) Concert  
1-Dec-10 Palais Theatre
Melbourne —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
2-Dec-10 Palais Theatre
Melbourne —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
4-Dec-10 Rochford Wines
Coldstream —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
5-Dec-10 Josef Chromy Wines
Relbia —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
7-Dec-10 Enmore Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
8-Dec-10 Enmore Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
9-Dec-10 Enmore Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
11-Dec-10 Bimbadgen Estate
Pokolbin —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
12-Dec-10 Sirromet Wines
Mount Cotton —  Australia
Canceled due to flooding   Canceled Concert  
14-Dec-10 Royal Theatre
Canberra —  Australia
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert  
16-Dec-10 Vector Arena
Auckland —  New Zealand
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert,
A Day On The Green Tour
18-Dec-10 Alana Estate
Martinborough —  New Zealand
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert,
A Day On The Green Tour
19-Dec-10 Mudhouse Winery
Waipara —  New Zealand
Blondie and Pretenders   Concert,
A Day On The Green Tour
13-Feb-11 Busch Gardens
Clearwater, FL —  United States
Announced Nov. 19, 2010; canceled Jan. 7, 2011.   Canceled Concert  
6-Apr-11 Guitar Center Sessions
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Blondie in LA for TV taping for the DirecTV show, which was broadcast August 27. Some video is available on youtube, including a 'behind the scenes' segment by guitarist Tommy Kessler. (Mother) (Heart of Glass) (Behind the scenes)[*new*] TV  
7-Apr-11 Guitar Center Sessions
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Blondie in LA for TV taping for the DirecTV show.   TV  
17-May-11     United States The official music video for "Mother", directed by Laurent Rejto, was released on the YouTube channel of Blondie's record label, Five Seven Music (the alternative/indie sub-label under The Eleven Seven Music Group). The video was shot at Kingston Studios, locatedin the historic Uptown Stockade District in Kingston, NY on April 17, with the parts in the tunnels shot on April 16 in NYC. A "behind the scenes" video was also subsequently released by band photographer Paris Visone. Some of her photographs from the video shoot are on the Kingston Studios website. (official video) (behind the scenes) (external link)[*new*] release  
22-May-11     United Kingdom "Mother" released as a U.K. download.   release  
23-May-11 Geoff Lloyd's Hometime Show
  United Kingdom
Chris Stein and Debbie Harry will be playing a live session at 7pm.   Radio Show  
30-May-11     United Kingdom "Panic of Girls" released as a U.K. download and collector's limited edition "fan pack". (Fan Pack) (artwork article)[*new*] release  
28-Jun-11     United States Drummer Clem Burke did a phone interview, answering questions submitted from fans, the transcript was published on blondie.net on 09-July-2011: (Clem's interview) comment  
4-Jul-11     United Kingdom "Panic of Girls" general release in the U.K. (artwork article)[*new*] release  
6-Jul-11 Optimus Alive Festival
Lisbon —  Portugal
    Concert  
7-Jul-11 BBK Live
Bilbao —  Spain
    Concert  
8-Jul-11 Optimus Alive Festival
Lisbon —  Portugal
Blondie performs "New Rose"by The Damned about 11 minutes into on the Jo Whiley Show on BBC Radio 2   Radio Performance  
9-Jul-11       The transcript of Clem Burke's interview answering questions submitted by fans (recorded by phone on June 28) is released on Blondie.net (transcript) comment  
10-Jul-11 T In The Park
Balado —  United Kingdom
Chris shot a hilarious 5-second video of Clem's "dressing room" at the T in the Park gig in Scotland... his dressing room door opened directly to the outdoors — a dressing room with a grass floor! (Chris's video ink) comment  
11-Jul-11 Kew Gardens
London —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
13-Jul-11 Somerset House
London —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
14-Jul-11 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Netherlands
Debbie dedicated the show to the artist who designed the [Panic of Girls album] cover, Chris Berens. (Dedication)[*new*] Concert  
15-Jul-11 Zwarte Cross Festival
Lichtenvoorde —  Netherlands
    Concert  
17-Jul-11 Love Box Festival
London —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
19-Jul-11 Olympia Theatre
Dublin —  Ireland
    Concert  
20-Jul-11 Galway Arts Festival
Galway —  Ireland
    Concert  
22-Jul-11 York Racecourse
York —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
23-Jul-11 Secret Garden Party
Abbots Ripton —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
24-Jul-11 Splendor Festival
Nottingham —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
26-Jul-11 Villa Marina
Isle of Man —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
28-Jul-11 Epsom Racecourse
Epsom —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
29-Jul-11 Camp Bestival
Dorset —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
30-Jul-11 Rhythmfest, University of Gloucestershire
Cheltenham —  United Kingdom
Blondie drummer Clem Burke is awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Music by the University of Gloucestershire for his groundbreaking involvement in the Clem Burke Drumming Project, a research project focused on the physiological demands and benefits of drumming. (announcement) comment  
31-Jul-11 Kendal Calling
Kendal —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
1-Aug-11 O2 Academy
Liverpool —  United Kingdom
    Concert  
3-Sep-11 Island Resort and Casino
Harris, MI —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
4-Sep-11 Mystic Lake Casino Hotel
Prior Lake, MN —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
5-Sep-11 Harrah's Stir Cove
Council Bluffs, IA —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
7-Sep-11 House of Blues
Chicago, IL —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
9-Sep-11 The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor
Windsor, ON —  Canada
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
10-Sep-11 Casino Rama Entertainment Centre
Orillia, ON —  Canada
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
12-Sep-11 Highline Ballroom
New York, NY —  United States
Opening: Lissy Trullie. Today's page of the band itinerary book also contained the schedule for the band's live performance on the Today show: (itinerary schedule)[*new*] Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
13-Sep-11 Highline Ballroom
New York, NY —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
14-Sep-11 Wilbur Theatre
Boston, MA —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
16-Sep-11 Music Box at the Borgata
Atlantic City, NJ —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
17-Sep-11 Oak Ridge Park
Clark, NJ —  United States
Free Festival Show (Union County Musicfest)   Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
18-Sep-11 Theatre at Westbury
Westbury, NY —  United States
Band itinerary states venue is "Westbury Music Hall Theater"   Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
20-Sep-11 The Fillmore Silver Spring
Silver Spring, MD —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
21-Sep-11 Durham Performing Arts Center
Durham, NC —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
23-Sep-11 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Alpharetta, GA —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
24-Sep-11 Ruth Eckerd Hall
Clearwater, FL —  United States
    Canceled Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
26-Sep-11 Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Hollywood, FL —  United States
  (external link) Canceled Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
28-Sep-11 Mahalia Jackson Theatre
New Orleans, LA —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
29-Sep-11 Austin City Limits Live at Moody Theater
Austin, TX —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
1-Oct-11 Granada Theater
Dallas, TX —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
2-Oct-11 Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino
Mescalero, NM —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
4-Oct-11 The Foundry
Phoenix, AZ —  United States
Band itinerary has venue listed as "Foundry on First"   Canceled Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
5-Oct-11 Club Nokia
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
6-Oct-11 Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Burbank, CA —  United States
Blondie performed "Mother". Itinerary has venue as "Studio 11 at NBC Studios" (3000 West Alameda Avenue, Burbank CA).   [*new*] TV,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
7-Oct-11 The Mountain Winery
Saratoga, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
8-Oct-11 The Beach at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
9-Oct-11 McCallum Theatre
Palm Desert, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Panic of Girls Tour 2011
24-Mar-12 Firefly Gala
Sarasota, FL —  United States
    Concert  
25-Mar-12 Hard Rock Live
Hollywood, FL —  United States
    Concert  
31-Mar-12 The Big Dance Concert Series
New Orleans, LA —  United States
    Concert  
5-Sep-12   Seattle, WA —  United States     [*new*] travel (to),
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
6-Sep-12 Chateau St Michelle Winery
Woodinville, WA —  United States
Schedule: 8:00 Breakfast; 9:00 Load in; 12:00 Lunch; 4:30 Rehearsal; 5:00 Dinner; 10:00 Curfew.   [*new*] Rehearsal,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
7-Sep-12 Chateau St Michelle Winery
Woodinville, WA —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
8-Sep-12 Sleep Country Amphitheater
Ridgefield, WA —  United States
Blondie with Devo. Venue was formerly the Amphitheater at Clark County; a series of sponsor related name changes followed, most recently in August 2021 to RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater.   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
10-Sep-12 The Warfield
San Francisco, CA —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
11-Sep-12 The Mountain Winery
Saratoga, CA —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
12-Sep-12 Greek Theater
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
14-Sep-12 Sunrise Marketplace Pavilion
Citrus Heights, CA —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
15-Sep-12 Taste of Newport
Newport Beach, CA —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
18-Sep-12 Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater
Austin, TX —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
19-Sep-12 Arena Theatre
Houston, TX —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
20-Sep-12 Zoo Amphitheatre
Oklahoma City, OK —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
22-Sep-12 St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Anastasia Isle,FL —  United States
Blondie with Devo   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
23-Sep-12 Pinellas Park
Pinellas Park, FL —  United States
Blondie with Devo. Band itinerary states venue is "England Brothers Bandshell Park".   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
25-Sep-12 The Palladium
Carmel, IN —  United States
Blondie with Devo. Band itinerary states venue is "Center for the Performing Arts". The city of Carmel website refers to it as "The Palladium at The Center for The Performing Arts".   [*new*] Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
26-Sep-12 Chicago Theatre
Chicago, IL —  United States
Blondie with Devo (ticket stub) (ticket stub reverse) Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
28-Sep-12 Forest Hills Fine Arts Center
Grand Rapids, MI —  United States
    Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
30-Sep-12 PNC Waterside Pavilion
Solomons, MD —  United States
Blondie with Cheap Trick   Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
1-Oct-12 The State Theatre
Falls Church, VA —  United States
    Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
2-Oct-12 State Theatre
New Brunswick, NJ —  United States
    Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
4-Oct-12 St. George Theatre
Staten Island, NY —  United States
    Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
5-Oct-12 The Palace Theatre
Greensburg, PA —  United States
    Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
7-Oct-12 The Capitol Theatre
Port Chester, NY —  United States
    Concert,
Blondie/Devo Tour 2012
31-Oct-12 15th Annual Hulaween Bash at Waldorf-Astoria
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie performed at Bette Midler's private charity event benefiting the New York Restoration Project. Press articles contained photos and noted that Debbie still did not have power after Hurricane Sandy went through the area a few days earlier.   Private Concert  
29-Nov-12 Trusts Stadium
Auckland —  New Zealand
Blondie with Stranglers and The Saints   Concert  
1-Dec-12 Derwent Entertainment Centre
Glenorchy —  Australia
Blondie with Stranglers and The Saints   Concert  
3-Dec-12 Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Arts Centre
Melbourne —  Australia
Blondie with Stranglers and The Saints. This show was officially released as a 2CD package which had a typo printed on both discs: "Live in Austalia 2012". (Discogs link) (Buy CD (archived)) Concert  
6-Dec-12 Enmore Theatre
Sydney —  Australia
Blondie with Stranglers and The Saints. This show was officially released as a 2CD package which had a typo printed on both discs: "Live in Austalia 2012". (Discogs link) (Buy CD (archived)) Concert  
8-Dec-12 Homebake Festival
Sydney —  Australia
  (review) Concert  
10-Dec-12 Townsville Entertainment Centre
Townsville —  Australia
Blondie with Stranglers and The Saints   Concert  
11-Dec-12 Mackay Entertainment Convention Centre
Mackay —  Australia
Blondie with Stranglers and The Saints   Concert  
13-Dec-12 Riverstage
Brisbane —  Australia
Blondie with Stranglers and The Saints   Concert  
31-Dec-12 The Top of the Standard
New York, NY —  United States
    Benefit Concert  
6-May-13 Metropolitan Museum of Art, Costume Institute
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie performed at the 2013 Met Gala (also known as the Met Ball). This invitation-only event, organized by the fashion magazine Vogue, is a fundraiser that marks the opening of the Costume Institute's annual fashion exhibit on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The theme of the 2013 event was "Punk: Chaos to Couture". On Facebook, [Chris Stein's wife] Barbara Sicuranza posted a photo of her with Debbie from the event, and a number of magazines covered it. Venue location: Fifth Avenue, Manhattan. (Facebook link) (external link) Benefit Concert  
11-Jun-13 Club Arena
Moscow —  Russia
This show is notable for the live premiere of a number of new songs. Setlist: One Way or Another, Rave (New song from upcoming album, first live perfomance), Hanging on the Telephone (The Nerves cover), Union City Blue, A Rose by Any Name (New song from upcoming album, first live perfomance), The Tide Is High (The Paragons cover), I Want to Drag You Around (New song from upcoming album, first live perfomance), Maria, Winter (New song from upcoming album, first live perfomance), Lights (Ellie Goulding cover) / Atomic, What I Heard, Wipe Off My Sweat, Sugar on the Side (New song from upcoming album, first live perfomance), Heart of Glass. Encore: Take Me in the Night (New song from upcoming album, first live perfomance), Call Me, Relax (Frankie Goes to Hollywood cover), Dreaming. A good quality video of this show is on youtube. (youtube link)[*new*] Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
14-Jun-13 Sherwood Pines
Edwinstowe —  United Kingdom
Blondie with The Lightning Seeds   Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
15-Jun-13 Thetford Forest
Brandon —  United Kingdom
Blondie with The Lightning Seeds   Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
16-Jun-13 Isle of Wight Festival
Newport —  United Kingdom
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
18-Jun-13 O2 Academy
Liverpool —  United Kingdom
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
19-Jun-13 Villa Marina
Douglas, Isle of Man —  United Kingdom
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
21-Jun-13 Westonbirt Arboretum
Tetbury —  United Kingdom
Blondie with The Lightning Seeds   Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
22-Jun-13 Bedgebury Pinetum
Tunbridge Wells —  United Kingdom
Blondie with The Lightning Seeds   Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
23-Jun-13 Sands Centre
Carlisle —  United Kingdom
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
25-Jun-13 Olympia Theatre
Dublin —  Ireland
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
26-Jun-13 Waterfront Hall Auditorium
Belfast —  Northern Ireland
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
28-Jun-13 Dalby Forest
Pickering —  United Kingdom
Blondie with The Lightning Seeds   Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
29-Jun-13 Cannock Chase Forest
Rugeley —  United Kingdom
Blondie with The Lightning Seeds   Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
1-Jul-13 Clyde Auditorium
Glasgow —  Scotland
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
2-Jul-13 Usher Hall
Edinburgh —  Scotland
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
4-Jul-13 O2 Academy
Newcastle —  United Kingdom
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
6-Jul-13 Delamere Forest
Delamere —  United Kingdom
Blondie with The Lightning Seeds   Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
7-Jul-13 Roundhouse
London —  United Kingdom
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
9-Jul-13 Kew Gardens
London —  United Kingdom
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
10-Jul-13 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Netherlands
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
12-Jul-13 Musiclac Festival
Aix-Les-Bains —  France
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
13-Jul-13 TW Classic Festival
Werchter —  Belgium
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013
4-Sep-13   Boston, MA —  United States *The band's itinerary covering the period Sept. 4 through Oct. 13 calls this the "Blondie Blast Off Tour 2013", but the tour (mostly with X) was promoted and advertised as the "No Principals" tour, officially announced in a press release dated June 18. Blondie's manager confirmed that "No Principals" was not a typo, but rather an intentional reference to school. (itinerary cover)[*new*] travel (to),
No Principals Tour*
5-Sep-13 The Casino Ballroom
Hampton Beach, NH —  United States
Blondie with X. *The band's itinerary covering the period Sept. 4 through Oct. 13 calls this the "Blondie Blast Off Tour 2013", but the tour (mostly with X) was promoted and advertised as the "No Principals" tour, officially announced in a press release dated June 18. Blondie's manager confirmed that "No Principals" was not a typo, but rather an intentional reference to school.   Concert,
No Principals Tour*
6-Sep-13 The Rapids Theatre
Niagara Falls, NY —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
7-Sep-13 The Grand at the Golden Nugget
Atlantic City, NJ —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
9-Sep-13 9:30 Club
Washington, DC —  United States
Blondie with X (ticket stub) Concert,
No Principals Tour
11-Sep-13 PNC Pavilion
Cincinnati, OH —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
12-Sep-13 Royal Oak Music Theatre
Royal Oak, MI —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
14-Sep-13 Riot Fest & Carnival — Humboldt Park
Chicago, IL —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
17-Sep-13 King County's Marymoor Park
Redmond, WA —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
19-Sep-13 Nob Hill Masonic Center
San Francisco, CA —  United States
Blondie with X. Venue was the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium (later named SF Masonic Auditorium in 2014, originally the Grand Masonic Auditorium 1958-95).   [*new*] Concert,
No Principals Tour
20-Sep-13 Montalvo Arts Center
Saratoga, CA —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
21-Sep-13 Theater at Honda Center
Anaheim, CA —  United States
Band itinerary lists these performers: Berlin, The Sugarhill Gang, The Fixx, Psychedelic Furs, Adam Ant, Rick Springfield, Blondie. Band and crew travel after the show 14+ hours (842 mi) to Santa Fe. (itinerary schedule)[*new*] Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013*
23-Sep-13 Santa Fe Opera House
Santa Fe, NM —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
24-Sep-13 The Plaza Theatre
El Paso, TX —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
26-Sep-13 Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater
Austin, TX —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
27-Sep-13 Warehouse Live — The Ballroom
Houston, TX —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
28-Sep-13 State Fair of Texas — Fair Park
Dallas, TX —  United States
Blondie with X. Free Concert   Concert,
No Principals Tour
30-Sep-13 Ryman Auditorium
Nashville, TN —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
1-Oct-13 The Buckhead Theatre
Atlanta, GA —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
3-Oct-13 The Keswick Theatre
Glenside, PA —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
4-Oct-13 Roseland Ballroom
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie with X   Concert,
No Principals Tour
5-Oct-13 Olympic Stadium
Montreal, QC —  Canada
This show (without support) is included in the band itinerary book, but not in the press release. It was likely canceled. An internet search turned up no evidence of the show having occurred, but one site that mentioned it about two months before the date had some artwork in French: (event artwork)[*new*] Canceled Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013*
8-Oct-13 Zeiterion Performing Arts Center
New Bedford, MA —  United States
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013*
9-Oct-13 Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank, NJ —  United States
  (ticket stub) Private Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013*
11-Oct-13 Teatro Metropólitan
Mexico City —  Mexico
    Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013*
12-Oct-13 Corona Capital Music Festival
Mexico City —  Mexico
Blondie's set was scheduled for 11:30pm   Concert,
Blondie Blastoff Tour 2013*
19-Nov-13 AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA —  United States
Blondie with Green Day. Dreamforce Gala/The Concert for Kids (benefit)   Concert  
17-Dec-13 Apollo Theater
New York, NY —  United States
Debbie and Chris attended the invitation-only Lou Reed memorial. Debbie sang "White Light, White Heat" (external link) Private Event  
31-Dec-13 Times Square
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie performed "One Way or Another" and "Call Me" live on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve (at 9:25pm EST).   Concert  
1-Feb-14 Times Square
New York, NY —  United States
Super Bowl Boulevard   Concert  
5-Feb-14 Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY —  United States
US Amnesty International "Bringing Human Rights Home" Concert. Setlist: One Way or Another, A Rose by Any Name, Call Me (external link) Performance  
15-Feb-14 Fontainebleu Hotel
Miami, FL —  United States
BleauLive Concert   Concert  
24-Feb-14 BBC Maida Vale Studios
London —  United States
Band recorded a TV program to be broadcast in May   Recording  
26-Feb-14 O2 Academy
London —  United Kingdom
Received NME Godlike Genius award 2014. Setlist: One Way Or Another, A Rose By Any Name, Atomic, Mile High, Rapture/(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)!, Sugar On The Side, Call Me, Heart Of Glass (press release 2) Performance  
12-Mar-14 Austin Music Hall
Austin, TX —  United States
Inducted Kathy Valentine into the Austin Chronicle Music Poll Hall of Fame. Then joined members of the Dead Boys and the Stooges to back Alejandro Escovedo in a performance of the Velvet Underground's "White Light/White Heat." (press release 1) appearance  
13-Mar-14 Yahoo's Brazos Hall
Austin, TX —  United States
Concert as part of SXSW. Setlist: One Way Or Another, Rave, Hanging On The Telephone, A Rose By Any Name, Mile High, Rapture/(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)!, Atomic, What I Heard, Sugar On The Side, Heart Of Glass, Call Me (external link) Concert  
15-Mar-14 Stubb's
Austin, TX —  United States
Rachael Ray's Feedback Concert Series (free concert). (broken external link) Concert  
15-Mar-14 Austin Music Hall
Austin, TX —  United States
Perez Hilton's 7th Annual One Night In Austin. Setlist: One Way Or Another, A Rose By Any Name, Mile High, Rapture, (You Got to) Fight For Your Right (To Party), Sugar On The Side, Heart Of Glass, Call Me ( Performance  
9-May-14 Morrison Hotel Gallery in the Dream Hotel
New York, NY —  United States
Chris opened his gallery exhibit "Blondie 4(0) Ever". Debbie appeared with him for the benefit of the press (photographers and video). Matt and his wife Laurel Katz-Bohen were also in attendance. The announcement on the Internet was available here: (broken link) appearance  
13-May-14 Good Morning America
New York, NY —  United States
  (broken link) Performance  
13-May-14 BBC Maida Vale Studios
London —  United Kingdom
The performance recorded on 24-Feb-2014 is aired. A 7-minute interview with Debbie and Chris from BBC2 featuring rarely seen video of band rehearsal is available on youtube: (youube link) TV (air date)  
13-May-14 SiriusXM Studios
New York, NY —  United States
Performance and interview with 1st Wave host Richard Blades   Radio Show (recording)  
14-May-14 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
New York, NY —  United States
    TV  
15-May-14 SIR Stage 37
New York, NY —  United States
Ray-Ban Corporate Event. Invitation only, 7pm. Venue location: SIR STAGE 37, 508 W 37th St. (external link) Private Concert  
19-May-14 LIVE with Kelly and Michael
New York, NY —  United States
    TV  
19-May-14 Rough Trade Records
New York, NY —  United States
Setlist: One Way Or Another, Rave, A Rose By Any Name, Rapture/No Sleep Till Brooklyn (Beastie Boys cover), Sugar On The Side, Heart Of Glass, Mile High, Havana Affair (Ramone's cover), Call Me, Dreaming (encore) (external link) Concert  
22-May-14 Bravo - Watch What Happens Live
New York, NY —  United States
Debbie is interviewed by host Andy Cohen (external link) TV  
23-May-14 SiriusXM Radio
New York, NY —  United States
The recording done on May 13th is broadcast (external link) comment  
24-May-14 Tropicana Casino & Resort
Atlantic City, NJ —  United States
The setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
25-May-14 Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Bethlehem, PA —  United States
The setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
28-May-14 92nd St. "Y" (92Y)
New York, NY —  United States
Debbie and Chris are interviewed before an audience by Anthony DeCurtis (Rolling Stone) (archived link) (youtube link) appearance  
10-Jun-14 Cirkus
Stockholm —  Sweden
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
12-Jun-14 Bergenfest
Bergen —  Norway
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
14-Jun-14 Esbjerg Rock Festival
Esbjerg —  Denmark
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
16-Jun-14 Abbey Road Studios
London —  United Kingdom
    Private Concert  
18-Jun-14 Paradiso
Amsterdam —  Netherlands
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
19-Jun-14 Rockhal
Esch-sur-Alzette —  Luxembourg
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
21-Jun-14 Azkena Rock Festival
Vitoria-Gasteiz —  Spain
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
23-Jun-14 Tempodrom
Berlin —  Germany
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
24-Jun-14 Grosse Freiheit 36
Hamburg —  Germany
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
25-Jun-14 E-Werk
Cologne —  Germany
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
27-Jun-14 Glastonbury Festival
Pilton —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
29-Jun-14 O2 Academy
Sheffield —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
30-Jun-14 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
London —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
1-Jul-14 Village Underground
London —  United Kingdom
Concert for Virgin Atlantic/Vivienne Westwood (external link) Private Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
3-Jul-14 Pedralbes Festival
Barcelona —  Spain
This was originally scheduled for July 2, but the ticket agency called all the buyers to advise them of the change of date. It was eventually canceled. (external link) Canceled Concert  
4-Jul-14 Festival Beauregard/Hérouville-Saint-Clair
Caen —  France
    Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
7-Jul-14 Festival Les Déferlantes d'Argelès-sur-Mer
Argelès-sur-Mer —  France
    Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
10-Jul-14 RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest
Ottawa, ON —  Canada
Bluesfest 2014. Also appearing that day were the Band Perry, Young the Giant, John Mayall, Gogol Bordello, Procol Harum the NAC Symphony Orchestra, and Dave Mason's Traffic Jam. A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
11-Jul-14 Festival D'ete International De Quebec
Quebec City QC —  Canada
Blondie was alotted 2 hours, followed by Billy Joel. A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
18-Jul-14 Pemberton Music Festival
Pemberton, BC —  Canada
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
20-Jul-14 Wella Trendvision (L.A. Live)
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
For the first time, the melody of "Groove Is In The Heart" by Deee-Lite was worked into the instrumental section of "The Tide Is High". Set: Call Me, One Way Or Another, Rave, Hanging On The Telephone, Mile High, Maria; Euphoria, A Rose By Any Name, Rapture/(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party); The Tide Is High/The Groove Is In The Heart (during the interlude), Atomic, Sugar On The Side, Heart of Glass. In a Facebook post, musician, author, and Blondie friend Paul Zone wrote, "Blondie, Sunday (July 20, 2014). Performing at a private rooftop party in Hollywood. Photos by Paul Zone". His photographs include live shots and one that shows a setlist labeled "L.A. Live, L.A." "July 20 2014". Youtube user Freddy Sherman posted a 100-second clip of he beginning of the performance, writing, "Our company (http://www.nuell.net) secured Blondie to play for the WELLA NATVA Trendvision 2014 awards. Here's the band making their entrance and starting their amazing set." The website has one photo from the performance and states, "Client: Wella | Sebastian; Nuell Entertainment secured iconic rock band Blondie along with 10th Street Entertainment and The Agency Group to perform for WELLA — The salon professional division of Proctor and Gamble — for the North American Trend Vision Awards during the band's 40th anniversary and only West Coast performance scheduled for 2014." (setlist) (Facebook post) (Youtube link) (photo) Private Concert  
16-Aug-14 V Festival/Hylands Park
Chelmsford —  United Kingdom
For the first time, the melody for "Anarchy In The UK" by the Sex Pistols is briefly heard at the conclusion of "Heart Of Glass". A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
17-Aug-14 V Festival/Weston Park
Stafford —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
19-Aug-14 O2 Academy
Bristol, Avon —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
20-Aug-14 O2 Academy
Leicester —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (external link) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
22-Aug-14 Rock en Seine Festiva
Paris —  France
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
23-Aug-14 For Noise Festival
Lausanne —  Switzerland
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
25-Aug-14 Špancirfest
Varaždin —  Croatia
Blondie performed "War Child" for the first time on this tour. A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
27-Aug-14 O2 ABC
Glasgow —  United Kingdom
An attendee who met Clem before, and Debbie and Chris reported that the venue was extensively damaged by fire over the night of 15 June 2018. A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
29-Aug-14 Electric Festical
Laois —  Ireland
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
31-Aug-14 La Fête des Solidarités
Namur —  Belgium
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
1-Sep-14 Openluchttheater Rivierenhof
Antwerp —  Belgium
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
3-Sep-14 3 Magnolia Circle
Milan —  Italy
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
6-Sep-14 Black Box Istanbul
Istanbul —  Turkey
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
9-Sep-14 Budapest Arena
Budapest —  Hungary
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
11-Sep-14 Arena Wien
Vienna —  Austria
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
13-Sep-14 O2 Academy
Birmingham —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
14-Sep-14 Live in Hyde Park
London —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
16-Sep-14 iTunes Festival at The Roundhouse
London —  United Kingdom
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
23-Sep-14   New York, NY —  United States Chris Stein's first book, "Negative: Me, Blondie, and the Advent of Punk" is released by Rizzoli. At least one book signing event took place, including at the Tribeca Barnes & Noble in New York City, where he did a short Q&A and book signing on September 29, 2014. Pre-orders of the book were announced on Blondie.net on August 22, 2014. (external link) comment  
26-Sep-14   New York, NY —  United States Debbie Harry's sound engineer for the 1990 tour, Jules Henry Aerts, passes away at age 56. Jules was a long time friend of Leigh Foxx and introduced Barry L. Kramer to Debbie, Chris, and Leigh for the first time on June 28, 1990. Jules went on to spend 20 years touring with Bob Dylan. (obituary) comment  
1-Oct-14 Clio Awards
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie wins the Honorary Clio Music Award. Debbie and Chris accept on behalf of the band. (external link) appearance,
Blondie wins the Honorary Clio Music Award. Debbie and Chris accept on behalf of the band.
3-Oct-14 Harrah's Resort SoCal -- The Events Center
Valley Center, CA —  United States
A setlist is available here: (setlist.fm) (event artwork) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
5-Oct-14 TBD Festival
Sacramento, CA —  United States
  (external link) (external link) (gig flyer) Concert,
Blondie 4(0) Ever World Tour
4-Nov-14 Harpers Bazaar Woman of the Year
London —  England
    appearance  
11-Nov-14 Ovation Song by Song series
Santa Monica, CA —  United States
    TV  
5-Dec-14 Symphony Space
New York, NY —  United States
Headlined Theatre Within's 34th Annual John Lennon Tribute   appearance  
11-Dec-14 La Gaité Lyrique
Paris —  France
Debbie performed with Matt Katz-Bohen and Tommy Kessler. Setlist: Denis, A Rose By Any Name, Take Me In The Night, Dreaming. (external link) Private Concert  
14-Dec-14 Marc Jacobs International Book
Paris —  France
Debbie and Chris signed copies of Chris's book ("Negative")   Book Promotion  
15-Dec-14 Louis Vuitton Auditorium
Paris —  France
Setlist: One Way Or Another, Rave, Hanging On The Telephone, Mile High, Call Me, Union City Blue, Dreaming, Atomic , Rapture/No Sleep Till Brooklyn (Beastie Boys cover), The Tide Is High, Sugar On The Side, Heart Of Glass   Private Concert  
7-Jan-15   Atlanta, GA —  United States     Private Concert  
25-Jan-15 B.B. King Blues Club and Grill
New York, NY —  United States
    Benefit Concert  
5-Mar-15 Carnegie Hall -- Stern Auditorium
New York, NY —  United States
Performed at the Tibetan House Benefit Concert with Matt Katz-Bohen accompanying on keyboard and guitar. Setlist: Lovelight, A Rose By Any Name, and Heart of Glass   Benefit Concert  
24-Mar-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie. Setlist: Strike Me Pink, French Kissing, Imitation of a Kiss, Lovelight, Love with a Vengeance, Lucky Jim, New York Medley, Love Doesn't Frighten Me At All, Wednesday Afternoon/End of the Run, Kiss and Don't Tell, In Love With Love, Rainbow Connection (external link) Concert  
25-Mar-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie. For this show, Chris Stein performed with them as well. (external link) Concert  
26-Mar-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Chris Stein and Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie. Chris's wife Barbara Sicuranza posted photographs on Facebook: (external link) Concert  
27-Mar-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie   Concert  
28-Mar-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie for the entire concert. In the following setlist, Tommy Kessler joined them on the songs marked with an asterisk. The setlist is Jen Jen, French Kissin, Strike Me Pink, Love Light, I Cover The Waterfront/Hi Baby Doll/New York, New York, Imitation Of A Kiss, Love Doesn't Frighten Me At All* Love With A Vengeance*, The Jam Was Moving*, Too Drunk To Fuck*, In Love With Love, Rainbow Connection.   Concert  
29-Mar-15   Canonsburg, PA —  United States Billy O'Connor, Blondie's first drummer (Aug 1974-Feb 1975; Willliam P. "Billy" O'Connor, Jr.) died at age 61 in the afternoon, of antibiotic-resistant pneumonia, subsequent to a severe stroke in late July 2014. RIP Billy, October 4, 1953 - March 29, 2015. (obituary) (obituary) comment  
29-Mar-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie for the entire concert. Roy Nathanson joined them for a few songs.   Concert  
30-Mar-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie   Concert  
31-Mar-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie   Concert  
1-Apr-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie   Concert  
2-Apr-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie   Concert  
3-Apr-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie   Concert  
4-Apr-15 Café Carlyle
New York, NY —  United States
Matt Katz-Bohen accompanied Debbie   Concert  
13-Jun-15 Hotel Cala Di Volpe
Sardinia —  Italy
    Private Concert  
18-Jun-15   Paris —  France Believed this was a concert, but band manager Tommy Manzi doesn't have it listed. Unknown if this event occurred.   Comment / Private Concert?  
23-Jun-15 SIR — Studio #2
New York, NY —  United States
Location: 520 W 25th Street, New York NY. Schedule: 9:30 Load in sound; 10:00 Load in band gear; 2:00 Matt; 3:00 Clem & Tommy; 4:00 Chris, Debbie, Leigh; 4:00-8:00 Rehearsal.   [*new*] Rehearsal,
Short & Sweet Tour
24-Jun-15 SIR — Studio #2
New York, NY —  United States
Schedule: 12:30-5:00 Rehearsal.   [*new*] Rehearsal,
Short & Sweet Tour
25-Jun-15 SIR — Studio #2
New York, NY —  United States
Schedule: 12:30-5:00 Rehearsal.   [*new*] Rehearsal,
Short & Sweet Tour
26-Jun-15 SIR — Studio #2
New York, NY —  United States
Rehearsal with horns. Schedule: 12:30-5:00 Rehearsal; 7:00 Load out.   [*new*] Rehearsal,
Short & Sweet Tour
27-Jun-15 Madison Square Garden Theater
New York, NY —  United States
Opening for Morrissey. Setlist: One Way Or Another, Rave, Hangin On The Telephone, Call Me, Maria, A Rfose By Any Name, Rapture, Heart Of Glass, The Tide Is High. For the last song, the What Cheer Brigade Wind band joined them on stage. (external link) Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
29-Jun-15 Packard Music Hall
Warren, OH —  United States
Setlist: One Way Or Another, Rave, Hanging On The Telephone, Mile High, Call Me, What I Heard, Maria, Euphoria, A Rose By Any Name, Rapture/You Gotta Fight For The Right To Party), The Tide Is High/Groove Is In The Heart, Atomic, Sugar On The Side, Heart Of Glass, War Child/War Pigs, Dreaming (external link) Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
1-Jul-15 The Rose Music Center at The Heights
Huber Heights, OH —  United States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge   Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
2-Jul-15 Ravinia Pavilion
Highland Park, IL —  United States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge (external link) Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
3-Jul-15 St. Louis Fair
St. Louis, MO —  United States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge (external link) Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
5-Jul-15 Hollywood Casino
Toledo, OH —  United States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge. Setlist: One Way Or Another, Rave, Hanging On The Telephone, Mile High, Call Me, Maria, Euphoria, A Rose By Any Name, Rapture/You Gotta Fight For The Right To Party), The Tide Is High/Groove Is In The Heart, Atomic, Sugar On The Side, Heart Of Glass, Dreaming. (external link) Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
7-Jul-15 Earl W. Brydges Artpark
Lewiston, NY —  United States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge   Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
8-Jul-15 The Freeman Stage at Bayside
Selbyville, DE —  United States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge (external link) Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
10-Jul-15 Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Bethlehem, PA —  United States
  (external link) Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
12-Jul-15 Big Music Fest 2015
Waterloo, ON —  Canada
This date was added after the band itinerary books were printed.   Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
18-Jul-15 Project Pabst
Portland, OR —  Untied States
  (event artwork)[*new*] Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
20-Jul-15 Northern Quest Resort & Casino
Airway Heights, WA —  Untied States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge. Schedule: 10:00 Load in; 1:00 Lunch; Sound check: LINE CHECK ONLY!; 5:00 Dinner; 7:00 Doors; 7:00 Melissa Etheridge; 8:45 Blondie; 10:10 Joan Jett; Curfew: N/A.   Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
21-Jul-15 Woodland Park Zoo
Seattle, WA —  Untied States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge   Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
22-Jul-15 River Rock Casino Show Theatre
Richmond, BC —  Canada
Itinerary staates show is with Melissa Etheridge opening.   Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
24-Jul-15 The Mountain Winery
Saratoga, CA —  United States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge. Itinerary states "After show: Meet & Greet with fan club" then drive to Los Angeles (344 miles, approx. 6 hours).   Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
26-Jul-15 The Greek Theatre
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Appearing with Melissa Etheridge   Concert,
Short & Sweet Tour
10-Dec-15 WTTW Grainger Studios
Chicago, IL —  United States
Taping for PBS Soundstage   Concert/Recording  
31-Mar-16 Carnegie Hall -- Stern Auditorium
New York, NY —  United States
Performed "Starman" with Matt Katz-Bohen on lead guitar and the group Holy Holy at the first evening of "The Music of David Bowie" Tribute.   appearance  
1-Apr-16 Radio City Music Hall
New York, NY —  United States
Performed "Heroes" at the second evening of "The Music of David Bowie" Tribute.   appearance  
12-May-16 Elmwood Amphitheater
Roanoke, VA —  United States
6:00pm. (setlist) Concert,
Tour 2016
14-May-16 Sweetlife Festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia, MD —  United States
12:00pm. Announced on 24-Feb-2016, presale began that day at 10am EST with the code SWTL. General on-sale will start Friday, 26-Feb-2016 at 10 am. EST. Tickets start at $100 for a standard general admission ticket, up to $150 for VIP. Sweetlife is a music festival (2 days in 2015; 1 day in 2016). Sweetlife 2016 lineup: The 1975, Halsey, Flume, Grimes, PartyNextDoor, Blondie, Eagles Of Death Metal, Mac Demarco, Thundercat, Shamir, Wolf Alice, DIIV, Prinze George. (setlist) (external link) Concert,
Tour 2016
10-Jun-16 Genesee Theater
Waukegan, IL —  United States
6:30pm. Tickets go on sale to general public this Friday, 4/15. TICKET PRE-SALE on Thursday 4/14! Use code "GENESEE" for the pre-sale. (setlist) Concert,
Tour 2016
11-Jun-16 Weesner Family Amphitheatre
Apple Valley, MN —  United States
Blondie introduced Prince's "Kiss" within "Rapture" and played the opening chords of "1999" at the start of "Heart of Glass" in tribute to the singer songwriter who died on April 21. 7:00pm. Blondie.net indicates venue is "Minnesota Zoo", but the venue, the Weesner Family Amphiteatre, is actually a named structure located on the zoo premises. (setlist) Concert,
Tour 2016
12-Jun-16 Miller Station
Milwaukee, WI —  United States
Milwaukee Pridefest. 12:00pm. Ticket presales start on March 16th. (Use code EPRIDE2016 for presales!).   Concert,
Tour 2016
19-Jul-16 Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY —  United States
For the launch of Levi 505C denim jeans (external link) Private Concert  
22-Jul-16 Snoqualmie Casino, Mountain View Terrace
Snoqualmie, WA —  United States
6:00pm.   Concert,
Tour 2016
24-Jul-16 Winter Park
Winter Park, CO —  United States
The Divide Music Festival. A setlist was provided to us by Blondie's management. 11:00am. (setlist) Concert,
Tour 2016
3-Sep-16 private home
East Hampton, NY —  United States
Chris, Debbie, and Matt, backed by G.E. Smith and his band. The concert supports the Perfect Earth Project, a program supported by the writer Cindy Sherman, who hosted the event at her home.   Benefit Concert  
7-Sep-16 Red Butte Gardens
Salt Lake City, UT —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Tour 2016
9-Sep-16 LA County Fair
Pomona, CA —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Tour 2016
10-Sep-16 Observatory North Park
San Diego, CA —  United States
San Diego LA County Fair. 7:00pm.   Concert,
Tour 2016
9-Oct-16 Ace Hotel
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Debbie and Chris spoke at David Lynch's "Festival of Disruption" (announcement) appearance  
28-Feb-17     United States Debbie and Chris appear on HSN (Home Shopping Network) promotion for the upcoming "Pollinator" album and related merchandise. (youtube link) appearance  
1-Apr-17 Bimbadgen
Hunter Valley, NSW —  Australia
7:00pm. (tour artwork)[*new*] Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
2-Apr-17 Sirromet Winery
Mount Cotton, QLD —  Australia
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
4-Apr-17 ICC Sydney Theatre
Sydney, NSW —  Australia
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
6-Apr-17 Rod Laver Arena
Melbourne, VIC —  Australia
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
8-Apr-17 Rochford Wines
Yarra Valley, VIC —  Australia
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
9-Apr-17 Leconfield Wines
McLaren Vale, SA —  Australia
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
9-Apr-17   NJ —  United States Blondie's long time friend and collaborator Ronnie Toast (born Ronald L. Kankas 24-Mar-1952) passed away at age 65. (announcement) (obituary) comment  
12-Apr-17 Kings Park & Botanic Gardens
Perth, WA —  Australia
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
15-Apr-17 Horncastle Arena
Christchurch —  New Zealand
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
17-Apr-17 Vector Arena
Auckland —  New Zealand
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Cyndi Lauper Spring 2017 Australian Tour
28-Apr-17 SchwuZ
Berlin —  Germany
  (announcement) Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
3-May-17 Roundhouse
London —  England
7:00pm. Sold Out.   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
5-May-17     United States Blondie's album "Pollinator" is released. An article based on its press release is available: (external link) release  
17-May-17 World Cafe Live
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
Blondie played the 17th annual NON-COMMvention. The 45 minute set was streamed live on VuHaus. (announcement) (video link) Concert  
23-May-17 Round Chapel
London —  England
Amazon Prime Live event. Tix on sale Thursday May 11.   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
17-Jun-17 The Mermaid Parade
Coney Island, NY —  United States
Debbie and Chris appear as Queen Mermaid and King Neptune at the 35th annual Mermaid Parade in NYC. (external link) (announcement) (external link) appearance  
23-Jun-17 The Eden Project
Cornwall —  England
Blondie perform at The Eden Sessions. (announcement) Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
25-Jun-17 Aviva Stadium
Dublin —  Ireland
7:00pm.   Concert,
Phil Collins & Blondie
28-Jun-17 The Olympia
Paris —  France
7:00pm. Blondie will headline   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
29-Jun-17 Studio 360
New York, NY —  United States
Debbie and Chris are interviewed at Studio 360 by WNYC's Kurt Andersen; it is available for streaming at WNYC: (external link) interview  
30-Jun-17 BST Hyde Park
London —  England
    Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
4-Jul-17   San Jose, CA —  United States Band (except Clem, Tommy) to San Jose; CB/TK to San Francisco.   travel (to)  
5-Jul-17 The Mountain Winery
Saratoga, CA —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
7-Jul-17 Santa Barbara Bowl
Santa Barbara, CA —  United States
6:30pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
8-Jul-17 Pearl Theater
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
8:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
9-Jul-17 Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
7:00pm. Blondie & Garbage with Sky Ferreira. Itinerary: Sky Ferreira 7-7:30pm, Garbage 7:35-8:55, Blondie 9:05-10:15. (announcement) Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour
12-Jul-17 Edgefield Amphitheater
Troutdale, OR —  United States
5:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
13-Jul-17 Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
Woodinville, WA —  United States
7:30pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
14-Jul-17 Idaho Center Amphitheater
Nampa, ID —  United States
6:45pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
16-Jul-17 Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
Englewood, CO —  United States
6:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
18-Jul-17 Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Kansas City, MO —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
19-Jul-17 Harrah's Council Bluffs Hotel & Casino
Council Bluffs, IA —  United States
7:00pm. Band itinerary shows venue as Stir Cove at Harrah's Casino.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
21-Jul-17 Mystic Lake Casino - Mystic Showroom
Prior Lake, MN —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
22-Jul-17 Ravinia Festival Pavilion
Highland Park, IL —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guests Exene Cervenka & John Doe
25-Jul-17 Artpark Amphitheater
Lewiston, NY —  United States
4:45pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
26-Jul-17 Sony Centre for Performing Arts
Toronto, ON —  Canada
7:00pm. Band itinerary shows venue as Sony Centre Theater.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
28-Jul-17 Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank, NJ —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
29-Jul-17 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Bethel, NY —  United States
8:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
30-Jul-17 Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Boston, MA —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
1-Aug-17 Beacon Theatre
New York, NY —  United States
7:30pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
2-Aug-17 Mann Center for the Performing Arts
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
3-Aug-17 Filene Center at Wolf Trap
Vienna, VA —  United States
7:30pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
5-Aug-17 Red Hat Amphitheater
Raleigh, NC —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
6-Aug-17 Chastain Park Amphitheater
Atlanta, GA —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
8-Aug-17 Seminole Hard Rock Live Arena
Hollywood, FL —  United States
6:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
9-Aug-17 Hard Rock Live
Orlando, FL —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
11-Aug-17 ACL Live at the Moody Theater
Austin, TX —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
12-Aug-17 South Side Ballroom
Dallas, TX —  United States
7:00pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
14-Aug-17 Sports Palace
Mexico City —  Mexico
7:30pm.   Concert,
Blondie/Garbage 2017 'Rage and Rapture' North American Tour w/Special Guest Deap Vally
19-Aug-17 Harry Chapin Lakeside Theater
East Meadow, NY —  United States
All Ages. Free concert!   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
4-Sep-17 PNE Amphitheatre
Vancouver, BC —  Canada
iHeart Radio Beach Ball. Tix Presale 6/21 & 6/22. Password: QMFM   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
10-Sep-17 Hyde Park
London —  England
All Ages. (gig flyer) Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
12-Sep-17 Round Chapel
London —  England
All Ages. Ltd Tickets for Amazon.co.uk Prime members   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
16-Sep-17 Mixfest Concert
Boston, MA —  United States
All Ages.   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
13-Oct-17 Tilles Center For The Performing Arts
Greenvale, NY —  United States
7:00pm. All Ages.   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
14-Oct-17 Bergen Performing Arts Center
Englewood, NJ —  United States
Pre-sale Password: RAGEANDRAPTURE   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
7-Nov-17 Royal Council Hall
Nottingham —  England
All Ages. Tix on sale Fri. Aug. 11. Blondie.net posted a news item announcing the shows that included the tour artwork. (news post) Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
8-Nov-17 Brighton Centre
Brighton —  England
All Ages. Tix on sale Fri. Aug. 11   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
10-Nov-17 Motorpoint Arena
Cardiff —  Wales
All Ages. Tix on sale Fri. Aug. 11   Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
11-Nov-17 Apollo
Manchester —  England
    Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
13-Nov-17 Barclaycard Arena
Birmingham —  England
    Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
14-Nov-17 SSE Hydro
Glasgow —  Scotland
    Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
16-Nov-17 02 Academy Brixton
London —  England
    Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
17-Nov-17 02 Academy Brixton
Brixton —  England
Extra Date Added Due To Demand! (setlist) Concert,
Blondie Pollinator Tour 2017
6-Feb-18 Lincoln Center
New York, NY —  United States
Blondie headlines and performed at the Woman's Day 15th Annual Red Dress Awards, honoring those who have made significant contributions in the fight against heart disease, the number one killer of women today. The event was held at Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center in NYC. (announcement) (external link) (external link) Concert  
25-Apr-18   North Hollywood, Los Angeles CA —  United States Blondie's producer, engineer, mixer, and writer for part of their 2011 album "Panic of Girls", Kato Khandwala, dies in a motorcycle accident at age 47. (external link) comment  
29-Jun-18 Meijer Gardens
Grand Rapids, MI —  United States
All Ages. Member Presale starts April 28 and closes midnight May 11. Sales resume for members & public at 9 am May 12. (setlist) Concert  
30-Jun-18 Interlochen Festival
Interlochen, MI —  United States
8:00am.   Concert  
20-Jul-18 House of Vans
Brooklyn, NY —  United States
On July 10, it was announced that Blondie would be headlining, with guests Liz Phair and Sasami. Setlist: One Way or Another, Hanging on the Telephone, Fun, Call Me, Gravity, Rapture, The Tide Is High, Long Time, Atomic, Heart of Glass; From Russia With Love (Matt Monro cover), Dreaming. (external link) Concert  
27-Jul-18 Microsoft Theater
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
All Ages. Blondie with Adam Ant, Berlin, and more.   Concert  
28-Jul-18 Microsoft Theater
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
8:00pm. Blondie with Adam Ant, Berlin, and more.   Concert  
3-Aug-18 Mass MOCA
North Adams, MA —  United States
12:00pm. Mass MOCA /Joe's Field   Concert  
4-Aug-18 Osheaga 2018 Music Festival
Montreal, QC —  Canada
12:00am.   Concert  
6-Aug-18   New York —  United States Elda Rose Gentile, aka Elda Stiletto, who was in the pre-Blondie band The Stillettoes with Debbie Harry, Rosie Ross (all on lead vocals), Chris Stein (guitars), Fred Smith (bass), and Billy O'Connor (drums), passed away at age 68. RIP Elda, November 7, 1949 - August 6, 2018. A version of her website is preserved in the Internet Archive. (obituary) (external link) (website archive) comment  
9-Aug-18 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa -- The Joint
Catoosa, OK —  United States
8:00pm. Tix on sale May 31.   Concert  
11-Aug-18 Bohemian Nights Festival
Fort Collins, CO —  United States
8:30pm. Free concert! Downtown Fort Collins.   Concert  
22-Aug-18 NY State Fair 2018 -- Chevy Court
Syracuse, NY —  United States
8:00pm. Price: FREE. Free concert on opening day of NY State Fair!   Concert  
24-Aug-18 Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort
Niagara Falls, ON —  Canada
8:00pm.   Concert  
2-Sep-18 Bumbershoot/Seattle Ctr.
Seattle, WA —  United States
8:30pm.   Concert  
4-Sep-18 Kettlehouse Amphitheater
Bonner, MT —  United States
All Ages. Local Presale: Thu, Feb 22: 10a-10p password: HEARTOFGLASS Public On Sale: Fri, Feb 23 at 10a   Concert  
14-Sep-18 KAABOO 2018 -- Del Mar Racetrack
Del Mar, CA —  United States
12:00pm. KAABOO 2018 at Del Mar Racetrack. Setlist: One Way or Another, Doom or Destiny, Hanging on the Telephone, Fun, Call Me, Gravity, Rapture, Fragments, Maria, The Tide Is High, Too Much, Long Time, Atomic, Heart of Glass, Dreaming. (external link) Concert  
16-Sep-18 Douglas Park -- Riot Fest 2018
Chicago, IL —  United States
8:00pm.   Concert  
28-Sep-18 Ridgefield Playhouse
Ridgefield, CT —  United States
8:00pm. On sale to public June 8 at 10am EST.   Concert  
29-Sep-18 Sea Hear Now Festival
Asbury Park, NJ —  United States
12:00pm. Festival runs Sept. 29-30. BLONDIE performs on 29th.   Concert  
23-Oct-18     United States Chris Stein's second book, "Point of View: Me, New York City, and the Punk Scene" is released by Rizzoli. At least one book signing event took place, including at the Morrison Hotel Gallery, where he did a book signing on December 20, 2018 during a multi-week exhibition of vintage Blondie memorabilia. The first mention in the press of the Morrison Gallery exhibition was on May 21 in The Guardian. For more information on the exhibitions and book events, explore the Blondie.net News page. (external link) (press release) (external link) (announcement) (Guardian article) (broken external link) (interview)[*new*] comment  
10-Nov-18 Velodromo Estadio Nacional
Santiago —  Chile
8:00pm. Colors Night Lights 2 Festival   Concert  
15-Nov-18 Popload Festival
Sao Paulo —  Brazil
12:00pm.   Concert  
17-Nov-18 Rock & Pop Festival / ESTADIO OBRAS OUTDOOR
Buenos Aires —  Argentina
Band itinerary states: "8:00pm. ROCK & POP FESTIVAL Argentina". The website concerts.fandom.com/wiki/Blondie states: "Estadio Obras Outdoor, Buenos Aires, ARG (Rock & Pop Festival, supported by The Vamps, Eruca Sativa, Azealia Banks, Magic Numbers, Octafonic & Todo Aparenta Normal) ".   Concert  
30-Nov-18 The Great Hall at Cooper Union
New York, NY —  United States
This was a discussion with Debbie and Chris moderated by Rob Roth to promote Chris's second book "Point of View: Me, New York City, and the Punk Scene". The event was free, but reservations were required. Photographer Howard Gaines captured a great shot of Debbie as she answered a question with her shirt; it was quite funny. The video of the event was posted for a week after the event on the Cooper Union Website. Venue address: 7 East 7th St. NYC. See also the entry for 23-Sep-2014 for information about Chris's first book release ("Negative"). (admission ticket) (youtube link) (Howard Gaines photo) Book Promotion  
20-Dec-18 Morrison Hotel Gallery in the Dream Hotel
New York, NY —  United States
At least one book signing event for Chris's second book "Point of View: Me, New York City, and the Punk Scene" (released October 23) took place, including at the Morrison Hotel Gallery, where he did a book signing on December 20, 2018 during a multi-week exhibition of Blondie memorabilia. See also the entry for 23-Sep-2014 for information about Chris's first book release ("Negative"). Venue address: 116 Prince St., 2nd Floor. The gallery has a photo page where prints may be purchased. (external link) (external link) (photo page) (Guardian article) Book Promotion  
31-Jan-19 SVA Theatre
New York, NY —  United States
As part of the promotion for Chris's second book "Point of View: Me, New York City, and the Punk Scene", Chris and Debbie appeared for a visual presentation and interview moderated by multi-disciplinary artist and art director Rob Roth. Following the discussion, Chris signed copies of the book, which were available for purchase at the event. The event was livestreamed. Venue address: 333 W. 23rd St., NYC. Note: Chris did an interview with Johanna Fateman of Le Tigre in late December 2018. The School of Visual Arts (SVA), which hosted the event and where Chris attended in the late 60s, created some high quality buttons (pinbacks) that are 32.5mm diameter. An employee of SVA at the table where they were in containers said that SVA made them to promote the event. These were free to guests. There were three designs, one with Debbie Harry's face, one with Chris's, and one book promotion graphic. (event description) (interview) (buttons photo) (article) (interview) (photos) (tickets) (order info) [*new*] Book Promotion  
16-Feb-19 KAABOO 2019 (Cayman)
Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman —  Cayman Islands
8:00pm. In the Cayman Islands   Concert  
15-Mar-19 Teatro Mella
Havana —  Cuba
8:00pm. This was the band's first gig in Cuba. Blondie guitarist and co-founder Chris Stein did not attend due to medical concerns. See also: 16-Jun-21. (VIP laminate) Concert  
16-Mar-19 Teatro Mella
Havana —  Cuba
8:00pm. This was the band's second (and last) gig in Cuba. Blondie guitarist and co-founder Chris Stein did not attend due to medical concerns. See also: 16-Jun-21.   Concert  
22-Jun-19 Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank, NJ —  United States
7:30pm. Count Basie Center Summer Gala (setlist) Concert  
23-Jun-19 Strand Theatre
York, PA —  United States
The Strand Theatre is part of the Appell Center for the Performing Arts in York PA. The Appell Center also includes the newly-renovated Capitol Theatre and The Studio. It's located at 50 N. George St. (setlist) Concert  
12-Jul-19 Edenvale Aerodrome — Roxodus Music Fest 2019
Stayner, ON —  Canada
Eventbrite reports "The Roxodus Music Fest was abruptly canceled by the event organizers on July 3, 2019." (event artwork) Canceled Concert  
16-Jul-19 SIR — Studio 3
New York, NY —  United States
Rehearsals 11:00am - 6:00 pm   [*new*] Rehearsal,
2019 Tour
17-Jul-19 SIR — Studio 3
New York, NY —  United States
Rehearsals 11:00am - 6:00 pm   [*new*] Rehearsal,
2019 Tour
18-Jul-19 SIR — Studio 3
New York, NY —  United States
Rehearsals 11:00am — 5:00 pm then crew load out and drive to Bethel   [*new*] Rehearsal,
2019 Tour
20-Jul-19 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Bethel, NY —  United States
This gig was on the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. This short tour went on presale on Blondie.net the week of April 02, 2019 using the following official tour artwork provided by Blondie's band manager: (tour artwork) Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
21-Jul-19 Mohegan Sun Arena
Uncasville, CT —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
23-Jul-19 Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
Boston, MA —  United States
Band itinerary additionally lists the venue as Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, its previous name before the Feb. 4 acquisition of Blue Hills Bank byRockland Trust Bank.   Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
24-Jul-19 Forest Hills Stadium
Forest Hills, NY —  United States
Band itinerary additionally refers to the venue as "Forest Hills Tennis Center" in Queens, NY.   Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
25-Jul-19     United States In a news post, Blondie.net publishes the cover of Debbie's memoir, "Face It" which had been exclusively revealed to Oprah Daily on July 23. (news post) (external link) (cover image) comment  
26-Jul-19 The Anthem
Washington DC —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
27-Jul-19 BB&T Pavilion
Camden, NJ —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
31-Jul-19   Las Vegas, NV —  United States     travel (to),
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
1-Aug-19 The Pearl Theater At The Palms
Las Vegas, NV —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
2-Aug-19 Pechanga Summit
Temecula, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
4-Aug-19 FivePoint Amphitheatre
Irvine, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
5-Aug-19 Greek Theatre
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
7-Aug-19 Santa Barbara Bowl
Santa Barbara, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
8-Aug-19 Concord Pavilion
Concord, CA —  United States
    Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
10-Aug-19 Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
Woodinville, WA —  United States
This appears to have been Leigh Foxx's last gig with the band. An article in NME on 2023 June 25 stated that (ex-Sex Pistols bassist) Glen Matlock was replacing him on the UK and US tours in April 2022 as Leigh recuperated from a back injury, but as of May 2024, he never rejoined the band and no other known public statement was made. This is also co-founder and guitarist Chris Stein's last live concert with the band; he subsequently announced his retirement from touring on Twitter (April 14, 2022), remaining active writing and recording in the studio. Chris was replaced on tour by Andee Blacksugar. (ticket stub) (Twitter statement)[*new*] Concert,
Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie Co-Headlining 2019 Tour
13-Aug-19     United States Blondie.net announced a 7-date U.S. book tour (from September 30 to October 8) for Debbie Harry's "Face It". (announcement) comment  
30-Sep-19 Town Hall
New York, NY —  United States
On August 13, 2019, Blondie.net announced a 7-date U.S. book tour (from September 30 to October 8) for Debbie Harry's "Face It", featuring in-depth conversation, a visual presentation, and more with Debbie, Blondie co-founder and renowned photographer Chris Stein, and multi-disciplinary artist and director Rob Roth. These were usually promoted with the phrase "In Conversation"; some were livestreamed and available for a limited time online replay after the event. Six of those events took place. The final Philadelphia event scheduled for October 8 was canceled. This entry at Town Hall in NYC was the first one. Fab 5 Freddy made a surprise appearance toward the end of the interview, and signed a few books for fans at the end. Signed books were available for purchase in the lobby at the event. The website debbieharry.com was also acquired and launched to promote the book. A number of in-person book signings took place at these events, including one scheduled late in 2019 (December 05 at Bookmarc, 400 Bleecker Street, New York, NY), but all other future events, including a scheduled book tour in Europe (Germany and UK in September and November 2020 respectively) were canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. See also: 01-Oct-2019 and 01-Nov-2022. (tour card) Book Promotion  
1-Oct-19     United States Dey Street Books, an imprint of publisher HarperCollins, releases Debbie Harry's second autobiography, a memoir: "Face It". Rolling Stone wrote: "The book, which blends first-person essays with interviews conducted by journalist Sylvie Simmons, documents her band's ascent to New Wave fame." It was initially released in hardcover, e-book, and audiobook formats. See also: 30-Sep-2019. (external link) (external link (archive)) (press release) comment  
1-Oct-19 Barnes & Noble Union Square
New York, NY —  United States
Book signing promoting Debbie Harry's "Face It". Venue address: 33 E 17rh St. (tour card) Book Promotion  
3-Oct-19 Jewish Community Center
San Francisco, CA —  United States
Venue address: 3200 California St. (tour card) (youtube link) Book Promotion  
4-Oct-19 Live Talks Los Angeles at The Aratani Theatre
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
Venue address: 244 San Pedro St. (tour card) Book Promotion  
5-Oct-19 Orpheum Theatre
Phoenix, AZ —  United States
Venue address: 203 W Adams St. (tour card) Book Promotion  
7-Oct-19 Walnut Hills High School
Cincinnati, OH —  United States
Venue address: 1501 Blair Ave. (tour card) Book Promotion  
8-Oct-19 Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
Philadelphia, PA —  United States
Venue address: 3680 Walnut St. (tour card) Canceled Book Promotion  
14-Oct-19 Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)
London —  England
Talk and book signing: Debbie Harry and Chris Stein "in conversation" with Rob Roth to promote "Face It". The event program is online and archived: (external link) (archived) Book Promotion  
5-Dec-19 Bookmarc
New York, NY —  United States
"Face It" book signing. Venue address: 400 Bleecker Street. (announcement) Book Promotion  
7-Mar-20 Kampnagel
Hamburg —  Germany
On December 5, 2019, Blondie.net announced a 4-date "In Conversation" book tour in Germany for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and moderated by Rob Roth. These were canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (tour card [in German]) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
9-Mar-20 Funkhaus
Berlin —  Germany
On December 5, 2019, Blondie.net announced a 4-date "In Conversation" book tour in Germany for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and moderated by Rob Roth. These were canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (tour card [in German]) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
11-Mar-20 lit.COLOGNE
Cologne —  Germany
On December 5, 2019, Blondie.net announced a 4-date "In Conversation" book tour in Germany for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and moderated by Rob Roth. These were canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (tour card [in German]) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
13-Mar-20 Muffathalle
Munich —  Germany
On December 5, 2019, Blondie.net announced a 4-date "In Conversation" book tour in Germany for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and moderated by Rob Roth. These were canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (tour card [in German]) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
22-Apr-20 Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow —  Scotland
On January 24, 2020, Blondie.net announced a 4-date "An evening with Debbie Harry & Chris Stein in conversation" book tour in the UK for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and directed by Rob Roth. These four events were postponed to February 2022 and again postponed to November 2022 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (tour card) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
24-Apr-20 Symphony Hall
Birmingham —  England
On January 24, 2020, Blondie.net announced a 4-date "An evening with Debbie Harry & Chris Stein in conversation" book tour in the UK for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and directed by Rob Roth. These four events were postponed to February 2022 and again postponed to November 2022 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (tour card) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
26-Apr-20 Bridgewater Hall
Manchester —  England
On January 24, 2020, Blondie.net announced a 4-date "An evening with Debbie Harry & Chris Stein in conversation" book tour in the UK for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and directed by Rob Roth. These four events were postponed to February 2022 and again postponed to November 2022 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (tour card) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
28-Apr-20 Barbican Centre
London —  England
On January 24, 2020, Blondie.net announced a 4-date "An evening with Debbie Harry & Chris Stein in conversation" book tour in the UK for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and directed by Rob Roth. These four events were postponed to February 2022 and again postponed to November 2022 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (tour card) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
2-May-20 The Grounds at Dignity Health Sports Park
Carson, CA —  United States
Cruel World Festival. This and all newer dates were canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic. According to the website consequenceofsound.net, Cruel World is a one-day festival taking place September 12, 2020 (moved from the original date on May 20), in Los Angeles, featuring pioneers of new wave, post-punk, goth, and 80's alt-rock. The lineup promises Morrissey, Bauhaus, Blondie, Devo, Echo & The Bunnymen, and more. Ticket price: $135-$165 (GA).   Canceled Concert  
14-May-20 Showcenter Complex
San Pedro —  Mexico
    Canceled Concert  
16-May-20 Zapopan
Jalisco —  Mexico
    Canceled Concert  
20-May-20 TBA
Dallas, TX —  United States
    Canceled Concert  
22-May-20 Kaiser Permanente Arena
Santa Cruz, CA —  United States
    Canceled Concert  
5-Aug-20   London —  England In a statement issued 05 August 2020 to the London Stock Exchange, Merck Mercuriadis' Hipgnosis Songs and its investment adviser The Family announced a deal to buy 100% of Debbie Harry and Chris Stein's writer's share and neighboring rights (Sound Exchange) royalties in their Blondie catalogs, tallying 197 songs. Financial terms were not disclosed. (external link) comment  
16-Jun-21 Battery Park
New York, NY —  United States
This was a live performance following the screening at the Tribeca Film Festival in Battery Park of the premiere of "Blondie: Vivir En La Habana", a short 18-minutefilm directed by the band's art director Rob Roth documenting Blondie's first performance in Cuba which was part of a cultural exchange through the Cuban Ministry of Culture. Blondie performed there on March 15 and 16, 2019. The band's newest member, guitarist Andee Blacksugar, who had worked with their keyboardist Matt Katz-Bohen, replaced guitarist and founding member Chris Stein following his retirement from touring (Chris remains active in writing, recording, and producing). This was Andee's first public performance with Blondie. A video of part of the performance has been uploaded to youtube: (youtube link) (external link) (archived copy) (youtube link) Concert  
12-Sep-21 Bridgewater Hall
Manchester —  England
On October 30, 2020, Blondie.net announced the rescheduled dates (from April 2020) for "An evening with Debbie Harry & Chris Stein in conversation" book tour in the UK for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and directed by Rob Roth. These four events were postponed to February 2022 and again postponed to November 2022. (tour card) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
15-Sep-21 Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow —  Scotland
On October 30, 2020, Blondie.net announced the rescheduled dates (from April 2020) for "An evening with Debbie Harry & Chris Stein in conversation" book tour in the UK for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and directed by Rob Roth. These four events were postponed to February 2022 and again postponed to November 2022. (tour card) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
17-Sep-21 Birmingham Town Hall
Birmingham —  England
On October 30, 2020, Blondie.net announced the rescheduled dates (from April 2020) for "An evening with Debbie Harry & Chris Stein in conversation" book tour in the UK for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and directed by Rob Roth. These four events were postponed to February 2022 and again postponed to November 2022. (tour card) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
19-Sep-21 London Palladium
London —  England
On October 30, 2020, Blondie.net announced the rescheduled dates (from April 2020) for "An evening with Debbie Harry & Chris Stein in conversation" book tour in the UK for Debbie Harry's "Face It", with Debbie and Chris and directed by Rob Roth. These four events were postponed to February 2022 and again postponed to November 2022. (tour card) (announcement) Canceled Book Promotion  
6-Nov-21 M&S Bank Arena
Liverpool —  Scotland
Blondie + special guest Garbage. This tour was unfortunately canceled. See also: entry for 22-Apr-2022. (tour artwork) Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
8-Nov-21 Utilita Arena
Birmingham —  England
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
9-Nov-21 AO Arena
Manchester —  England
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
11-Nov-21 Bonus Arena
Hull —  England
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
12-Nov-21 Motorpoint Arena
Nottingham —  England
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
14-Nov-21 Brighton Centre
Brighton —  England
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
16-Nov-21 Motorpoint Arena
Cardiff —  Wales
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
18-Nov-21 The O2
London —  England
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
20-Nov-21 The SSE Hydro
Glasgow —  Scotland
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
21-Nov-21 First Direct Arena
Leeds —  England
Blondie + special guest Garbage   Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
10-Dec-21       On 10-Dec-2021, the Retropop magazine website wrote: "Chris Stein has cast doubt on his future with Blondie. The guitarist co-founded the group alongside Debbie Harry back in 1974 but, speaking to NME, the musician admitted heart issues may force him off the road. "I don't know if I'm going to be participating in touring going forward", he explained. "I just have some heart bulls**t." "I take medicine for it that's a little fatiguing. It's an irregular heartbeat. It's not super-serious, but it's just tiring and I don't have the stamina I did when I was 30 or 40. So I mainly deal with the recording at this point. I was actually sitting down for the last couple of tours. I figured if BB King could do it, I could! We'll see."" (external link) comment  
18-Feb-22 Birmingham Town Hall
Birmingham —  England
These dates were postponed from April 2020 and September 2021, and again postponed to November 2022. (schedule) Canceled Book Promotion  
20-Feb-22 Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow —  Scotland
These dates were postponed from April 2020 and September 2021, and again postponed to November 2022. (schedule) Canceled Book Promotion  
23-Feb-22 London Palladium
London —  England
These dates were postponed from April 2020 and September 2021, and again postponed to November 2022. (schedule) Canceled Book Promotion  
25-Feb-22 Bridgewater Hall
Manchester —  England
These dates were postponed from April 2020 and September 2021, and again postponed to November 2022. (schedule) Canceled Book Promotion  
14-Apr-22 The Paramount
Huntington, NY —  United States
Blondie announced 3 shows in the US on 31-January-2022 and additional shows on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins Feb. 1 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins Friday, Feb. 4. Tickets start at $99. This show was announced as postponed in a press release dated 08-April-2022; on June 13, it was rescheduled to August 10. (tour artwork) (press release) Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
16-Apr-22   London —  England Debbie, Clem, Tommy M., and Rob Roth fly Newark NJ (depart 8:30am United flight #934) to London (arrive LHR 8:40pm) followed by 3 days off then travel to Glasgow on April 20 (BA flight #1482). (tour artwork) (external link) (itinerary cover) (itinerary schedule) (itinerary personnel) Travel (to),
April-May 2022 UK Tour
21-Apr-22 OVO Hydro
Glasgow —  Scotland
This arena was known as The SSE Hydro until October 2021. Venue address: Exhibition Way, Stobcross Road. This is a production rehearsal. Band arrival 4:00pm. (tour artwork) (external link) Rehearsal,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
22-Apr-22 OVO Hydro
Glasgow —  Scotland
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. The rescheduling was announced on 06-October-2021 on the official Blondie facebook page (facebook.com/blondie). An online article, dated 20-April-2022, quotes Chris (via his April 14 Twitter post) as stating he has "a dumbass condition called atrial fibrillation". Glen Matlock, best known as the original bass player for the Sex Pistols, will be joining Blondie, replacing Leigh Foxx, for their tour of the UK which begins on April 22, 2022. A 2023 article in NME stated that Glen Matlock was stepping in for bassist Leigh Foxx while he recuperated from a back injury, but as of May 2024, Leigh hasn't returned. Note: this arena was known as the SSE Hydro until October 2021. (tour artwork) (external link) (NME article)[*new*] Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
23-Apr-22     United States A special limited edition 2x7" edition of "Sunday Girl" is released for Record Store Day. 3000 copies made. (announcement) (external link) (Discogs entry) release  
24-Apr-22 Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Cardiff —  Wales
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Venue address: Mary Ann St.   Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
26-Apr-22 The O2 Arena
London —  England
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Blondie's early bass player Gary Valentine (Gary Lachman) attended, and Debbie acknowledged him in her intro to the song that he wrote for the band's second album "Plastic Letters". Debbie said: "The person who wrote this song is here with us tonight, Gary Valentine. Presence Dear". Venue address: Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula. (youtube link) Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
28-Apr-22 Brighton Centre
Brighton —  England
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Venue address: Kings Road, East Sussex. (ticket) (ticket reverse) Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
29-Apr-22 Bonus Arena
Hull —  England
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Venue address: Myton St.   Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
1-May-22 AO Arena
Manchester —  England
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Venue address: Victoria Station Approach, Hunts Bank.   Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
2-May-22 M&S Bank Arena
Liverpool —  England
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Venue address: Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront.   Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
4-May-22 First Direct Arena
Leeds —  England
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Venue address: Arena Way. (ticket) (ticket reverse) Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
5-May-22 Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Nottingham —  England
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Venue address: Bolero Square, The Lace Market. The band included some of Donna Summer's "I Feel Love" at the end of "Heart of Glass". (youtube link) (ticket) (ticket reverse) Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
7-May-22 Utilita Arena Birmingham
Birmingham —  England
Blondie + special guest Johnny Marr. Venue address: King Edwards Road, West Midlands. Band and crew travel home the next day (May 8) from London Heathrow Terminal 5. (youtube link) (ticket) (ticket reverse) Concert,
April-May 2022 UK Tour
14-May-22 Brookside at the Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA —  United States
As of March 2, 2022, this gig is sold out. Festival location: Brookside at the Rose Bowl, 1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA 91103. (festival artwork) (external link) Concert,
Cruel World Festival 2022
15-May-22 Brookside at the Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA —  United States
Festival location: Brookside at the Rose Bowl, 1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA 91103. (festival artwork) (lineup archive) Concert,
Cruel World Festival 2022
17-May-22 The Masonic
San Francisco, CA —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced three shows in the US on 31-January-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins Feb. 1 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins Friday, Feb. 4. A poster was sold as merch on this leg of the tour. (tour artwork) (tour poster)[*new*] Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
18-May-22 Humphreys Concerts by the bay
San Diego, CA —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 3 shows in the US on 31-January-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins Feb. 1 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins Friday, Feb. 4. Venue address: 2241 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego, CA 92106 (tour artwork) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
21-May-22 Corona Capital Guadalajara
Guadalajara —  Mexico
    Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
8-Jun-22     United States Presales of "Against The Odds 1974-1982" vinyl and CD collector's editions began and were announced on blondie.net and social networking. It is available in four configurations: 10LP, 4LP, 8CD, and 3CD scheduled for release 26-Aug-2022. (announcement) (release announcement) (unboxing video) comment  
10-Aug-22 The Paramount
Huntington, NY —  United States
This show was originally scheduled for April 14 but was announced as postponed in a press release dated 08-April-2022; on June 13, it was rescheduled to August 10. Tickets start at $69.50. Band tinerary book indicates no other act performing. (reschedule notice) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
12-Aug-22 Foxwoods Resort Casino (Grand Theater)
Mashantucket, CT —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. (tour artwork) (tour announcement) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
14-Aug-22 Leader Bank Pavilion
Boston, MA —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. Venue is sometimes referred to by its former name, Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion. (tour artwork) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
17-Aug-22 The Rooftop at Pier 17
New York, NY —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. (tour artwork) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
18-Aug-22 The Rooftop at Pier 17
New York, NY —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. (tour artwork) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
20-Aug-22 Xcite Center at Parx Casino
Bensalem, PA —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. (tour artwork) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
21-Aug-22 The Anthem
Washington, DC —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. (tour artwork) Canceled Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
23-Aug-22 The Andrew J Brady Music Center
Cincinnati, OH —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. This show was not listed in the band itinerary book, but it was confirmed. However, the show was canceled and tickets were refunded. (tour artwork)[*new*] Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
24-Aug-22 Grand Ole Opry House
Nashville, TN —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. (tour artwork) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
26-Aug-22 Fox Theatre
Detroit, MI —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. (tour artwork) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
26-Aug-22     United States Release date for "Against the Odds 1974-1982" Super Deluxe Collector's Edition, available as a 10 LP vinyl box set, and a 4 LP and 8 CD and 3 CD edition. An unboxing video" promoting it was released in a news post on blondie.net on June 9, 2022. (announcement) (release announcement) (unboxing video) Release  
27-Aug-22 Chicago Theatre
Chicago, IL —  United States
With special guest The Damned. Blondie announced 10 shows in the US on 01-March-2022 on blondie.net and on social networking. Presale begins March 2 at 10am local time with code: AGAINSTALLODDS; General on sale begins March 4. (tour artwork) Concert,
Against The Odds Tour
1-Nov-22 London Palladium
London —  England
Debbie and Chris were scheduled to appear and speak in support of Debbie's book "Face It" at this rescheduled event also featuring art director Rob Roth, billed as "An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation". On 2022 October 20, a postponement to May 2023 was announced on blondie.net. (event artwork) Canceled Book Promotion  
3-Nov-22 Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow —  Scotland
Debbie and Chris were scheduled to appear and speak in support of Debbie's book "Face It" at this rescheduled event also featuring art director Rob Roth, billed as "An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation". On 2022 October 20, a postponement to May 2023 was announced on blondie.net. (event artwork) Canceled Book Promotion  
6-Nov-22 Town Hall
Birmingham —  England
Debbie and Chris were scheduled to appear and speak in support of Debbie's book "Face It" at this event (rescheduled from September 17) also featuring art director Rob Roth, billed as "An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation". Tickets £59, £49, £39, £29. Venue address: Council House, 1 Victoria Square, Birmingham B3 3DQ. On 2022 October 20, a postponement to May 2023 was announced on blondie.net. (event artwork) Canceled Book Promotion  
8-Nov-22 Bridgewater Hall
Manchester —  England
Debbie and Chris were scheduled to appear and speak in support of Debbie's book "Face It" at this rescheduled event also featuring art director Rob Roth, billed as "An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation". Tickets £28.50 to £58.50. Venue address: Lower Mosley Street Manchester, M2 3WS. On 2022 October 20, a postponement to May 2023 was announced on blondie.net. (event artwork) Canceled Book Promotion  
16-Mar-23 Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center
Fort Lauderdale, FL —  United States
  (setlist) (event artwork)[*new*] Concert  
19-Mar-23 Pepsi Center WTC
Mexico City —  Mexico
  (setlist) Concert  
22-Mar-23 Chamorro Entertainment City Hall
Bogota —  Colombia
    Concert  
24-Mar-23 Festival Estéreo Picnic
Bogota —  Colombia
    Concert  
14-Apr-23 Coachella Music Festival — Mojave Tent
Indio, CA —  United States
Blondie's appearance at the first weekend of Coachella 2023 was Friday, April 14 in the Mojave Tent at 7:35pm — 8:35pm. The entire festival was livestreamed on Youtube, with selected clips posted on the Coachella channel. One of these is the performance of "Rapture" with guest Nile Rodgers on guitar. He also played on "Backfired". (event artwork) (Rapture) (schedule) (setlist.fm) Concert  
18-Apr-23     United States Chris Stein's third book, "Metamorphosis: Creating the Visual Concept for KooKoo", about his and Debbie's collaboration with H.R. Giger, was released on Titan Books as announced on blondie.net on 20-March-2023 and 17-April-2023. ISBN 9781803362410,192 pages, $75. The book was originally scheduled for release in October 2022. (announcement) (cover) (original announcement) (order here)[*new*] comment  
19-Apr-23 The Greek Theatre
Los Angeles, CA —  United States
with The Linda Lindas. Doors 6:00pm, show 7:30pm. Tickets $59.50 - $159.50. This show was announced on blondie.net on February 22 as part of Goldenvoice Presents 2023 (presales on then with the code: LIONBED; general public sale March 24). (event artwork (group photo)) (setlist) (artwork) [*new*] Concert  
21-Apr-23 Coachella Music Festival — Mojave Tent
Indio, CA —  United States
Bloindie played at the Mojave Tent 7:20pm — 8:20pm. The entire festival was livestreamed on Youtube. (event artwork) (schedule) (setlist.fm) Concert  
8-May-23 Town Hall
Birmingham —  England
Debbie and Chris will appear and speak in support of Debbie's book "Face It" at this event (rescheduled from November 6, 2022) also featuring art director Rob Roth, billed as "An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation". The postponement was announced on blondie.net on 20-Oct-2022. (event artwork) Book Promotion  
11-May-23 Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow —  Scotland
Debbie and Chris will appear and speak in support of Debbie's book "Face It" at this event (rescheduled from November 6, 2022) also featuring art director Rob Roth, billed as "An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation". The postponement was announced on blondie.net on 20-Oct-2022. (event artwork) Book Promotion  
15-May-23 Bridgewater Hall
Manchester —  England
Debbie and Chris will appear and speak in support of Debbie's book "Face It" at this event (rescheduled from November 6, 2022) also featuring art director Rob Roth, billed as "An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation". The postponement was announced on blondie.net on 20-Oct-2022. (event artwork) Book Promotion  
18-May-23 London Palladium
London —  England
Debbie and Chris will appear and speak in support of Debbie's book "Face It" at this event (rescheduled from November 6, 2022) also featuring art director Rob Roth, billed as "An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation". The postponement was announced on blondie.net on 20-Oct-2022. (event artwork) Book Promotion  
16-Jun-23 The Castle Green, Cardiff Castle
Cardiff —  Wales
Showtime 19:00. A setlist, bearing an incorrect date, was provided on the day of the show by the band's manager. (event artwork) (setlist)[*new*] Concert  
18-Jun-23 Isle of Wight Festival 2023
Newport, Isle Of Wight —  United Kingdom
A high quality video is on youtube. Setlist: One Way or Another, Hanging on the Telephone (The Nerves cover), Call Me, Rapture, The Tide Is High (The Paragons cover), Atomic, Maria, Doom or Destiny, Heart of Glass (Snippets: Donna Summer's "I Feel Love" and Sex Pistol's "God Save The Queen"); Encore: Fun / Denis, Dreaming. (event artwork) (youtube link) [*new*] Concert  
22-Jun-23 Scarborough Open Air Theatre
Scarborough —  England
  (event artwork) Concert  
25-Jun-23 Pyramid Stage at Worthy Farm
Pilton, Somerset —  England
Last day of five-day Glastonbury Festival. Blondie played the Pyramid stage at 5pm to 6:15. Setlist: One Way or Another, Hanging on the Telephone, Call Me, Will Anything Happen?, Atomic, Rapture, The Tide Is High, Long Time, Maria, Detroit 442, Doom or Destiny, Heart of Glass (with snippets of Donna Summer's 'I Feel Love' and Sex Pistols' 'God The Save The Queen'), Fun/Denis, Dreaming. There are some clips from this show, including of the huge audience, toward the end of the documentary "When Blondie Came to Britain", first broadcast by BBC2 on 18 November 2023 (available on Youtube). Also, at 0:00:17 into the video, a drumhead is briefly visible, with the handwritten setlist and date on it. The band saved these setlist drumheads from various gigs for a couple of years and sold some of them on tour as merch for $100 in 2012 after Clem autographed them. (review) (event artwork) (setlist+pass) (drumhead) [*new*] Concert,
Glastonbury Festival 2023
28-Jun-23 Malahide Castle
Dublin —  Ireland
With Sting. General admission tickets €69.90; showtime 17:00.   Concert  
30-Jun-23 Lytham Festival 2023
Lytham St Annes —  England
With Sting and support from Kaiser Chiefs and Germain. Festival dates 28 June - 02 July 2023. (event artwork) (youtube link) Concert  
1-Jul-23 Crystal Palace Park
London —  England
Dog Day Afternoon with Iggy Pop, Blondie, and Generation Sex   Concert  
10-Aug-23 Tulalip Amphitheatre
Tulalip, WA —  United States
Presale begins 10am 25-Apr-2023 with code: LIONBED. General public sale 10am 28-Apr-2023. Showtime 7:00pm. (event artwork) (setlist)[*new*] Concert  
12-Aug-23 Malkin Bowl
Vancouver, BC —  Canada
  (setlist)[*new*] Private Concert  
15-Sep-23 Annapolis City Dock
Annapolis, MD —  United States
with Thomas Dolby (event artwork)[*new*] Concert  
17-Sep-23 Kentucky State Fair & Exposition Center
Louisville, KY —  United States
Bourbon & Beyond Festival — September 14-17, 2023 (event artwork) (event artwork)(setlist)[*new*] Concert  
20-Apr-24 Caribbean Gardens
Scoresby, VIC —  Australia
Pandemonium Rocks music festival. Original line-up: Alice Cooper, Blondie, Deep Purple, Placebo, Wheatus; later,Placebo and Deep Purple announced they would no longer be performing. (original artwork) (original artwork)(setlist) (photo)[*new*] Concert  
23-Apr-24 Newcastle Entertainment Centre
Newcastle, NSW —  Australia
Pandemonium Rocks music festival. Blondie was originally scheduled for April 22; tickets purchased for that date were automatically reissued by Ticketek for the April 23 show with Alice Cooper when it had to be rescheduled. Venue address: Newcastle Showground, Griffith Road, Broadmeadow. (setlist) (photo)[*new*] Concert  
25-Apr-24 Cathy Freeman Park
Sydney, NSW —  Australia
Pandemonium Rocks music festival. Original line-up: Alice Cooper, Blondie, Deep Purple, Placebo, Wheatus. The festival had planned to play at The Domain in Sydney, but the venue was changed to avoid interference with the annual Anzac Day march. Some news reports claimed the festival had been cancelled. Some of the originally scheduled bands withdrew from the festival lineup. Performed: : Jet Fyrebird, Cosmic Psychos, Wolfmother, Wheatus, Blondie, Alice Cooper. (external link) (event website) (setlist) (photo) (photo) (photo) (photo)[*new*] Concert  
27-Apr-24 Broadwater Parklands Gold Coast
Southport, QLD —  Australia
Pandemonium Rocks music festival (setlist) (photo)[*new*] Concert  
8-May-24 Mission Ballroom
Denver, CO —  United States
Cruel World Festival (setlist)[*new*] Concert  
11-May-24 Brookside at the Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA —  United States
Cruel World Festival (event artwork) (setlist) (photo) (photo)[*new*] Concert  
7-Jun-24 The Piece Hall
Halifax —  United Kingdom
Sold out, so a second date was added.   [*new*] Concert  
9-Jun-24 The Piece Hall
Halifax —  United Kingdom
    [*new*] Concert  
11-Jun-24       Chris Stein's memoir, "Under a Rock", his fourth book, is scheduled for release by St. Martin's Press, an imprint of Macmillan Publishing. ISBN 9781250286727; 304 pages. (details/order) (cover)[*new*] comment  
13-Jun-24 Antiguo Aquapark de Calviá
Palma de Mallorca —  Spain
Mallorca Live Festival 2024 at Old Aquapark of Calvià, runs 13-15 June. (event artwork)[*new*] Concert  
16-Jun-24 Plymouth Hoe
Plymouth —  United Kingdom
Sting with Special Guest Blondie   [*new*] Concert  
18-Jun-24 Musgrave Park
Cork —  Ireland
Sting with Special Guest Blondie. Venue also known as Virgin Media Park; location: between Tramore Road and Pearse Road in Ballyphehane, Cork.   [*new*] Concert  
19-Jun-24 Ormeau Park
Belfast —  United Kingdom
Sting with Special Guest Blondie (event artwork)[*new*] Concert  
21-Aug-24 Pacific Coliseum
Vancouver, BC —  Canada
One of the "Summer Nights Concerts", part of the annual Pacific National Exhibition (PNE) Fair. (event artwork)[*new*] Concert  
23-Aug-24 Remlinger Farms
Carnation, WA —  United States
    [*new*] Concert  
25-Aug-24 Edgefield
Troutdale, OR —  United States
    [*new*] Concert  
28-Sep-24 Forest Park
St. Louis, MO —  United States
Evolution Festival at Forest Park. Lineup: Beck, Blondie, Nile Rodgers & Chic, and others (see artwork). (event artwork) (event artwork)[*new*] Concert