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The Intellektuals
May 6 – Bridge House, Canning Town, London, UK
June 15 – Bridge House, Canning Town, London, UK
August 21 – Music Machine, Camden High Street, London, UK
September 1 – Sandpiper, Nottingham, UK
September 23 – Cockpit Theatre, Marylebone, London, UK
October 3 – Rock Garden, Covent Garden, London, UK
October 26 – Marquee Club, Wardour Street, London, UK
November 6 – Rock Garden at Covent Garden, London, UK
November 9 – Marquee Club, Wardour Street, London, UK
November 18 – Venue, Victoria St, London, UK
November 20 – Nashville Rooms, Kensington, London, UK
57 Men
July 16 – The Marquee, London, UK

August 13 – The Rock Garden at Covent Garden, London, UK
August 25 – Acklam Hall, London, UK

September 2 – The Rock Garden at Covent Garden, London, UK
Huang Chung
August 16 – Music Machine, Camden, London, UK
August 28 – Greyhound Pub, Fulham, London, UK
September 4 – Greyhound Pub, Fulham London, UK
September 10 – 101 Club, South London, UK
September 18 – Clarendon Club, London, UK
September 29 – The Rock Garden at Covent Garden, London, UK
September 30 – The Rock Garden at Covent Garden, London, UK

October 6 – Greyhound Pub, Fulham, London, UK
October 11 – London, UK (venue unknown)
October 14 – The Marquee, Wardour Street London, UK
October 18 – Dingwells, Camden, London, UK
October 23 – Film Co-op, London, UK
October 25 – 101 Club, London, UK

November 18 – North East Poly, North London, UK
November 24 – The Rock Garden at Covent Garden, London, UK
November 25 – The Rock Garden at Covent Garden, London, UK

December 6 – Thames Poly, London, UK
December 9 – L.S.E., London, UK
December 10 – The Venue, London, UK
December 12 – North East Poly, London, UK
December 15 – A Club in Southend, Essex, UK
Huang Chung
August 29 – Rock On The Tyne Festival, Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead, UK.
Opening act, supporting Joe Jackson's "Jumpin' Jive" tour:
August 31 – Cornish Coliseum, St Austell, UK
September 1 – Woolwich Tramshed, London, UK
September 2 – Top Rank, Brighton, UK

The band also performed as the opening act, supporting Toyah on tour. One show was recorded by the BBC, then was transmitted two weeks later by Radio 1, and was called "In Concert".
December 6 – Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, UK - Opening act for The Human League
Huang Chung
July 4 – 2nd annual Parkpop Festival, Zuiderpark, Den Haag, The Netherlands

August 27 & 28 – Theakston Music Festival, Nostell Priory, Wakefield, UK
Jack Hues recalls: "I know we used to have a reel to reel tape of the keyboard part for "Ornamental" and I recall doing an outdoor festival in England (with Jethro Tull!) where the power came off an AC generator which made the speed of the motor of the tape recorder oscillate up and down. The low keyboard note that starts it off was rising and falling by about a fifth! One of those moments in front of a few thousand people where you wonder why you ever contemplated life as a musician."
Wang Chung
Performed as the opening act, supporting The Romantics on tour:
April 12 – Raincross Square, Riverside, CA
April 14 – The Palladium, Hollywood, CA
April 18 – Kabuki Theater, San Francisco, CA
April 26 – Keystone, Palo Alto, CA
April 27 – The Stone, San Francisco, CA
April 28 – The Palace, Hollywood, CA – Featured on an "In Concert" Westwood One Radio Program (Show 84-12)

May 12 – Royal Oak Music Theater, Detroit, MI
May 19 – Los Angeles, CA – TV appearance on ABC's "American Bandstand"
May 24 – Teatro Nazionale, Milan, Italy – 3rd annual Azzurro show

June 11 – Pinkpop Festival 1984, Burgemeester Damen Sportpark, Geleen, Netherlands

June 30 – Wembley Stadium, London, UK – Support act for Elton John's "The Summer Of '84 Concert"
July 7 – Great America, Santa Clara, CA – Opened for Oingo Boingo
Performed as the opening act, supporting The Cars on their "Heartbeat City" tour:

July 13 – Coliseum, Greensboro, NC
July 14 – Coliseum, Richmond, VA
July 15 – Scope, Norfolk, VA
July 16 – Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA
July 18 – National Tennis Center, Forest Hills, NY
July 20 – Civic Center, Hartford, CT
July 21 – Coliseum, New Haven, CT
July 23 – The Meadowlands Arena, East Rutherford, NJ
July 24 – City Island Amphitheatre, Harrisburg, PA
July 25Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD
July 27 – Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
July 28 – Pine Knob, Clarkston, MI
July 29 – Pine Knob, Clarkston, MI
July 31 – Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
August 1 & 2 – The Centrum, Worcester, MA
August 4 – CNE Grandstand, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
August 6 – Poplar Creek, Hoffman Estates, IL
August 7 – Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
August 8 – Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY
August 10 – Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN
August 11 – The Aren, St. Louis, MO
August 12 – Alpine Valley, East Troy, WI
August 14 – Met Center, Minneapolis, MN
August 15 – Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NE
August 16 – Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO
August 18 – McNichols Arena, Denver, CO
August 19 – Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT
August 21 – Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA
August 22 – Coliseum, Portland, OR
August 24 – Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA
August 25 – Selland Arena, Fresno, CA
August 26 – Lawlor Events Center, Reno, NV
August 29 – The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
August 30 – The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
August 31 – Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa, CA

September 2 – Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ
September 3 – Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV
September 4 – Sports Arena, San Diego, CA
September 6 – South Park, Austin, TX
September 7 – Convention Center, San Antonio, TX
September 8 – Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX
September 10 – Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX
September 11 & 12 – The Summit, Houston, TX
September 14 – LSU Assemble Center, Baton Rouge, LA
US TV show appearances
November 8 – "Video One"
November 9 – "American Bandstand"
November 10 – "Video Beat"
November 11 – "Solid Gold"
November 12 – "The Merv Griffin Show"
Mosaic Tour
Wang Chung formed a full touring band including Bryan Hitt (drums), Debra Dobkin (percussion), Mikal Reid (guitar), Martin Winning (saxophone), Graeme Pleeth (keyboards). Halfway through the tour, Jeff Naideau (keyboards) took over for Graeme Pleeth. The UK dates served as a great warm up to the band's first headlining US tour.
February 6 – University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
February 7 – Leicester PolyTechnic, Leicester, UK
February 8 – Tropicana, Peterborough, UK
February 10 – The Marquee, London, UK
February 11 – The Marquee, London, UK
February 27 – performed on "The Tonight Show" hosted by Johnny Carson, Los Angeles, CA
February 28 – Crawford Hall, Irvine College, Irvine, CA

March 1 – Events Center, Santa Barbara, CA
March 2 – Recreation Hall, Davis, CA
March 3 – Cal State Chico Gym, Chico, CA
March 5 – Starry Nights (or Civic), Portland, OR
March 6 – Opera House, Spokane, WA
March 7 – Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA
March 8 – Commodore, Vancouver, BC, Canada
March 11 – Symphony Hall, Salt Lake City, UT
March 13 – Arnold Hall, USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, CO
March 14 – Paramount Theater, Denver, CO
March 16 – Northrup Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN
March 17 – Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI
March 25 – Clarendon Plaza Hotel, Daytona Beach, FL
March 27 – Six Flags Atlantis Water Park, Hollywood, FL
April 3 – The Living Room, Providence, RI
April 7 – The Copa, Toronto, ON, Canada
April 13 – The Roxy, Los Angeles, CA
April 14 – The Roxy, Los Angeles, CA – This performance was featured on an "In Concert" Westwood One Radio Program (Show 87-14)
April 15 – The Roxy, Los Angeles, CA
April 27 – Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH
April 29 – The Vogue, Indianapolis, IN

May 2 – River Parks Amphitheatre, Tulsa, OK
May 8 – Wolfgang's, San Francisco, CA
May 18 – London Victory Club, Tampa, FL
May – Wang Chung also played at several Walt Disney World "Grad Nite" parties, Orlando, FL
May 25 & 26 – Montreux Rock Festival and International Music And Media Conference, Montreux, Switzerland (Performance was later broadcast on "MTV's Montreux Rock Festival Weekend" on June 20 and 21)
June 19 – Disneyland, Anaheim, CA
Performed as the opening act, supporting Tina Turner on selected North American dates of her "Break Every Rule" tour:
August 8  The Chance, Poughkeepsie, NY
August 12 – Jones Beach, Wantagh, NY
August 13 – Jones Beach, Wantagh, NY
August 17 – Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ
August 19 – Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts, Mansfield, MA
August 22 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD
August 24 – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
August 25 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA
August 27 – Montréal Forum, Montreal, QC, Canada
August 29 – Exhibition Stadium, Toronto, ON, Canada
August 30 – CCE Grandstand, Landsdowne Park, Ottawa, ON, Canada
August 31 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
September 1 – New York State Fair 1987, Syracuse, NY
September 2 – Rochester War Memorial, Rochester, NY
September 4 – Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI
September 5 – Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI
September 9 – Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
September 11 – Poplar Creek Music Theater, Hoffman Estates, IL
September 12 – Alpine Valley Music Theatre, Elkhorn, WI
September 15 – Sheraton Waikiki Hotel Hawaii Ballroom, Honolulu, HI
Greatest Hits Promo Tour
After years of being involved in other musical projects, Wang Chung returned in 1997 with the release of their first greatest hits collection "Everybody Wang Chung Tonight... Wang Chung's Greatest Hits". Nick and Jack reunited to embark on a promotional tour in order to publicize the compilation. They made several appearances on local radio stations across the US and also performed live at several music festivals.
April 12 – Enron Earth Day Festival, Buffalo Bayou Park, Houston, TX
May 30 – The fourth annual "Showgram On Broadway" at the Ed Sullivan Theater, New York, NY

June 20 – Summer Jam '97, Starlite Music Theatre, Latham, NY

July 4 – Uncle Sam Jam, Indianapolis, IN Two performances. The first show was located downtown at the war memorial. For the second one, the band made their way over to World Mardi Gras where they performed with Matthew Sweet.
Testing The Waters Tour

In response to the demands of several American promoters, the band embarked on a small tour across the West Coast of the US.
November 4 – Ballard Firehouse, Seattle, WA
November 5 – Outback Jack's, Spokane, WA
November 6The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA
November 7 – Key Club, West Hollywood, CA
November 8 – Gussie L'Amours, Honolulu, HI
November 9 – Gussie L'Amours, Honolulu, HI
November 10 – Gussie L'Amours, Honolulu, HI
November 11 – Luxor Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV
November 12Club Congress, Tucson, AZ
November 15RibFest, St. Petersburg, FL
The band embarked on an "American Summer 2000 Tour", featuring Jack Hues (lead guitar, lead vocals), Bill Clift (guitar, vocals), Dony Wynn  (drums), Manny Yanes (bass guitar), and Mike Bohannon (keyboards). Also, the support staff included Kevin Kegley (house sound engineer) and Mick Weick (monitor sound engineer).
Club 80's - The Flashback Tour
The band performed as part of "Club 80's - The Flashback Tour". Wang Chung were the headliners with A Flock Of Seagulls, Dale Bozzio of Missing Persons, and Gene Loves Jezebel (featuring Michael Aston) as opening acts.
June 27 – The Playroom at 12th & Porter, Nashville, TN
(A "pre-tour" gig, getting ready for the bigger shows)
June 30 – Caesars Tahoe, Stateline, NV

July 1 – Caesars Tahoe, Stateline, NV
July 5 – Montalvo Historic Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA
July 8Viejas Casino/Outlet Center Park, Alpine, CA
July 9The Grove of Anaheim (formerly The Sun Theatre), Anaheim, CA
July 11 – In Cahoots, Wichita, KS
July 14 – The Bay, Chattanooga, TN
July 15Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA
July 16 – The Dock, Jackson, MS
July 20 – Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH
July 21 – Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI
July 22 – Post-Gazette Pavilion @ Star Lake, Burgettstown, PA
July 23 – Tweeter Center (formerly New World Music Theatre), Tinley Park, IL
July 25DTE Energy Music Theatre (formerly Pine Knob Music Theatre), Clarkston, MI
July 26 – Piere's, Fort Wayne, IN
July 27 – Verizon Wireless Music Center (formerly Deer Creek Music Center), Noblesville, IN
July 28 – Polaris Amphitheater, Columbus, OH
July 29 – Quest Club, Minneapolis, MN

August 3 – House Of Blues, Myrtle Beach, SC
August 4House Of Blues, Lake Buena Vista, FL
August 5 – Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, FL
August 6 – Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, FL
Who'da Thunk It? Tour
The embarked on a headlining tour of their own with various support acts along the way. Although Nick Feldman and Jack Hues are still full-time members of Wang Chung, Nick was unable to participate in the tour due to other commitments and his hectic work schedule.
August 7 – The Moon, Tallahassee, FL
August 9 – Elbow Room, Columbia, SC
August 10 – Banana Joe's, Knoxville, TN
August 11 – Treasure Chest Casino, Kenner, LA
August 12 – Treasure Chest Casino, Kenner, LA
August 13Treasure Chest Casino, Kenner, LA
August 16 – The Funhouse, Lackawanna, NY
August 17 – Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH
August 19 – Jaxx, Springfield, VA
August 23Crocodile Rock Cafe, Allentown, PA
August 25 – Riverboat Museum, Dubuque, IA
August 29 – JR's Lightbulb Club, Fayetteville, AR
August 30 – Remington's Niteclub, Springfield, MO

September 1 – Vanderbilt Club (Radio Show), Long Island, NY
September 2 – Foxwoods Casino, Mashantucket, CT
September 3American Music Festival 2000, 24th Street Stage, Virginia Beach, VA
September 7 – Bob's Bar And Grill, Tucson, AZ
September 8Cajun House, Scottsdale, AZ
September 9 – Jimbo's Beach Shaque, Sierra Vista, AZ
September 12 – Midnight Rodeo, Amarillo, TX
September 13 – Midnight Rodeo, Lubbock, TX
September 14 – Sharkey's, San Antonio, TX
September 15 – Taste Of Newport Festival, Newport Beach, CA
September 16 – Mix 94.7 Retrofest 2000, Waterloo Park, Austin, TX
May 03The Playroom at 12th & Porter, Nashville, TN
May 04Contraband Days At The Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles, LA
May 05 – Park West, Chicago, IL

June 21WaterFest at Riverside Park, Oshkosh, WI
June 23 – P & G Pavilion Park, Cincinnati, OH
July 26  Club 80's The Flashback Tour, Piere's Entertainment Center, Fort Wayne, IN
Regeneration Tour
June 18  Irving Plaza, New York, NY
June 20  Superstar Theater at Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ
June 24  Filene Center at Wolf Trap, Vienna, VA
June 25  The Deltaplex, Grand Rapids, MI
June 26  Rosemont Theatre, Rosemont, IL
June 27  Meadow Brook Music Festival, Rochester Hills, MI
July 9  Gibson Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA
July 10  The Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA
Abducted By The 80's Tour
June 11 – Galaxy Theatre, Santa Ana, CA
June 12 – Brixton, Redondo Beach, CA
June 13 – Lou Bredlow Pavilion, Woodland Hills, CA
June 16 – Skye, Phoenix, AZ
June 17 – Anthology, San Diego, CA
June 18 – Slims, San Francisco, CA
June 19 – Doug Fir Loung, Portland, OR
June 21 – El Corazon, Seattle, WA
June 24 – Waterfest at Leach Amphitheatre, Oshkosh, WI
June 25 – Chicagofest at the CANS Stage, Chicago, IL
June 26 – Summerfest at Henry Maier Festival Park, Milwaukee, WI
June 27 – Magic Bag, Detroit, MI
June 28 – Rex Theater, Pittsburgh, PA
June 30 – Musica, Akron, OH
July 1 – Sunset Bay Beach Club, Irving, NY
July 2 – Foster Park, Kokomo, IN
July 3 – The Winchester, Cleveland, OH
July 7 – BB King's, New York, NY
July 8 – Wolf Den/Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, CT
July 9 – Showcase Live, Boston, MA
July 10 – Sellersville Theatre, Sellersville, PA
September 2 – Key Club, West Hollywood, CA
July 22  Rewind Festival Scotland 2012, Scone Palace Grounds, Perth, Scotland
August 19  Rewind Festival England 2012, Temple Island Meadows, Henley on Thames, UK
October 6  Retrolicious 2012, Fort Canning Park, Singapore, Singapore
Tazer Up! Tour
May 25  Bush Hall, London, UK – First full UK gig in 25 years, reuniting with former drummer Darren Costin.
July 20  Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ
July 24  Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown, NJ
July 25  Thursday at Canalside 2013, Canalside, Buffalo, NY
July 26  Arcada Theatre, Saint Charles, IL
July 30  Northern Lights Theater, Milwaukee, WI
August 3  Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA
August 10  Lost 80's Live, Mandalay Bay Beach, Las Vegas, NV
August 16  Rewind Festival England 2014, Temple Island Meadows, Henley on Thames, UK
September 25  WinSport Arena, Calgary, AB, Canada


July 31  Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Santa Cruz, CA
August 8  Rewind North 2015 Festival, Capesthorne Hall, Macclesfield, UK
Lost 80's Live Tour
September 25  The Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA
September 26  Mandalay Bay Beach, Las Vegas, NV
October 10  Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino, Chandler, AZ
October 16  House of Blues, Anaheim, CA
December 19  The 80's Fest 2015, Palacio de los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico


Supported Bananarama on their 2016 Australian Tour:
February 12  The Tivoli, Brisbane, Australia
February 13  Palais Theatre, Melbourne, Australia
February 14  Western Suburbs Leagues Club, Newcastle, Australia
Lost 80's Live Tour
August 27  Sandy Amphitheater, Sandy City, UT
September 2  Sonoma Mountain Village, Rohnert Park, CA
September 3 The Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA
September 4  Thunder Valley Casino, Lincoln, CA
September 9  Humphreys, San Diego, CA
September 10  Mandalay Bay Beach, Las Vegas, NV
September 14  America Gardens Theatre, Disney World, Epcot, Orlando, FL -  Wang Chung opened the "Eat to the Beat" concert series as part of the 2016 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival
December 2  Joe's LIVE, Rosemont, IL
Canadian Summer Warm Up Tour
June 15 – Casino Yellowhead, Edmonton, AB, Canada
June 16 – Dakota Dunes Casino, Whitecap, SK, Canada
June 17 – Garrick Centre, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
June 22 – Maxwell's Concerts and Events, Waterloo, ON, Canada
June 23 – Adelaide Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada
Lost 80's Live Tour
July 28 – Chene Park Amphitheatre, Detroit, MI
July 29 – Ravinia Festival 2018, The Pavilion, Highland Park, IL

August 3 – The Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk, Brooklyn, NY
August 4 – Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, Brookville, NY
August 5 – State Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA
August 9 – Red Butte Garden, Salt Lake City, UT
August 11 – Tyson Events Center, Sioux City, IA
​August 12 – Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village, CO
August 16 – "W-Festival" 2018, Aérodrome, Amougies, Belgium – Festival gig - not part of the "Lost 80's Live" tour
August 23 – HEB Center at Cedar Park, Cedar Park, TX
August 24 – The Theatre at Grand Prairie, Grand Prairie, TX
August 26 – PNE Amphitheatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada
August 30 – Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, AZ
September 1 – The Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA
September 2 – Thunder Valley Casino, Lincoln, CA
September 3 – Washington State Fair 2018, The Puyallup Fair And Events Center, Puyallup, WA
​​​​September 6 – Los Angeles County Fair 2018, Fairplex, Pomona, CA
September 8 – Lost 80's Live 15th Anniversary Concert, Downtown Events Center, Las Vegas, NV
September 15 – The Parker Playhouse, Fort Lauderdale, FL
September 20 – State Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ
September 21 – Warner Theatre, Washington, DC
September 22 – UMBC Event Center, Baltimore, MD
September 28 – Place Bell, Laval, QC, Canada
September 29 – North Seventh, Philadelphia, PA
September 30 – White Oak Amphitheatre, Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Greensboro, NC
80's In The Sand 2018
November 8 – Breathless Punta Cana Resort & Spa, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic – The event included concerts by the pool during the day with headliners playing nightly shows inside the resort. The 2018 version of "80's In The Sand" was hosted by Sirius XM 1st Wave deejay Richard Blade along with former MTV veejays Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter, Nina Blackwood and Downtown Julie Brown. Among the acts performing were Bret Michaels, ABC, Taylor Dayne, John Waite, Richard Page of Mr. Mister, Tony Lewis of The Outfield, Berlin, Cutting Crew, Wang Chung, The Romantics, Jody Watley, Sebastian Bach of Skid Row, Men Without Hats, English Beat, Honeymoon Suite, Midnight Star, John Parr and When In Rome.
March 15 & 16 – Garden Rocks, Epcot International, Orlando, FL
July 3 – Reform Club, London, UK
A special acoustic gig for NASA astronauts and scientists in London to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 space mission that resulted in the first man walking on the moon.
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