1977

January

Gazeuse! is released
[25] Mireille Bauer plays on David Bedford gig at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall

February

Pierre Moerlen and Hansford Rowe fly to France and form a new Gong line-up in Strasbourg, with Mireille Bauer, Benoît Moerlen, François Causse and Jorge Pinchevsky

May

[28] Gong reunion gig at Paris' Hippodrome de Pantin
Pierre: "The Virgin people were in the audience and after our gig signed us, for the recording and release of what became the Expresso II album"
[29] Colmar (France), Amphi de la Foire aux Vins (Festival) [also: Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan, The Police, Nico, Doctor Feelgood] [guest: Didier Malherbe]
[late] Paris (France), radio session for Radio-France ("Percolations" performed)

June

[04-05] Paris (France), Parc Paysager de la Courneuve (Fête du PSU)
[22] Salon-de-Provence (France)
[24] Genève (Switzerland), Salle du Faubourg
[26] Neuchatel (Switzerland)
Pinchevsky leaves and the band continue as a quintet with guests

July

Gong-Expresso were initially supposed to tour with Magma and Léo Ferré during July, but contractual complications forced the band to withdraw from the tour, and Didier Malherbe performed instead with a specially put together band, the Trinidad Steel Band
Recordings begin for Expresso II - guests: Allan Holdsworth, Darryl Way, Bon Lozaga
Gong Live Etc. is released by Virgin

September

[11] Paris (France), Fête de l'Humanité - Espace Est [guest: Darryl Way]

November

Gong Est Mort - Vive Gong! is released on Tapioca
[25] Joinville-le-Pont [nr Paris] (France), Cinéma Le Royal
For the above gig only, Doni Harvey (formerly the bass player in Automatic Man and Nova) augments the band on guitar
[29] Lyon (France), Bourse du Travail

December

[01] Chalon-sur-Saône (France)

1978

March

Bon Lozaga joins the band after playing on the album
[03] Expresso II is released (on Virgin)
[26] London, Hammersmith Odeon [with Mick Taylor and Allan Holdsworth] (postponed to April 16)
[28] Paris (France), Théâtre Mogador (cancelled)
[29] Besançon (France), Cinéma Lux
[30] Lyon (France), Bourse du Travail
[31] Grenoble (France), L'Eglise (cancelled)

April

[11] Appear on BBC TV's "Old Grey Whistle Test" programme [with Mick Taylor and Allan Holdsworth]
[16] London, Piccadilly Theatre [with Mick Taylor and Allan Holdsworth]
PMG leave Virgin and sign with Arista

May

Mireille Bauer leaves and joins Edition Spéciale, making her recording début with the band during the summer
She is not replaced

June

Recording sessions for Mike Oldfield's Incantations, and PMG's "Downwind" track, at Oldfield's studio; the latter with guest contributions by Steve Winwood, Didier Malherbe, Mick Taylor and Terry Oldfield

July

Pierre Moerlen travels to the USA to record his contributions to Mick Taylor's solo album
Guitarist Ross Record joins the band as Bon Lozaga has returned to the US

August

The band take a month at Bearshank Lodge, Northamptonshire, for rigorous rehearsals

September

The remainder of Downwind is recorded at Matrix Studios, London, with guest appearances by Didier Lockwood

November

Didier Lockwood joins PMG for an Italian tour
[21] Turin (Italy), Teatro Nuovo
[22] Thiene (Italy), Palasport
[23] Reggiolo (Italy), Due Stelle
[24] Forli (Italy), Palasport
[25] Milan (Italy), Paladido
Setlist: "Crosscurrents", "Golden Dilemma", "Mandrake", "Downwind", "Emotions", "Aeroplane", "Three Blind Mice", "Heavy Tune", "Soli", "Percolations", "Jin-Go-Lo-Ba", "What You Know", "Expresso"
[27] Bologna (Italy), Palasport
[28] Terni (Italy), venue unknown
[29] Rome (Italy), Tenda Strisce

December

[02] Florence (Italy), Teatro Tenda
Didier Lockwood and Ross Record leave PMG

1979

January

Pierre Moerlen joins the Mike Oldfield Band (alongside Benoît Moerlen, Peter Lemer, Nico Ramsden, Pekka Pohjola...) for early rehearsals in Germany, with a view to a European tour in the spring; then PMG (line-up: Bon Lozaga, Hansford Rowe, Benoit Moerlen and François Causse) embark on a European tour
Dates in Holland??
[28] Lyon (France)

February

[09] "Downwind" is released on Arista Records
[11] Nancy (France)
[12] Reims (France)
[13] Metz (France)
[14] Strasbourg (France)
[16] Paris (France), Le Stadium
(Most of the album "PMG Live" was recorded at that show)
Dates in Switzerland
[21] Hamburg (Germany), Winterhuder Fährhaus
[22] Berlin (Germany), Kant Kino
[23] Delmenhorst (Germany), Rockpalast
[25] Hamm/Sieg (Germany), Schützenhof
[27] Hannover (Germany), Rotation

March

[01] Wiesbaden (Germany), Wartburg
[02] München (Germany), Arri Theater
[03] Weissenohe (Germany), To Act
[03] Cambridge, University Union (cancelled?)
[09] Sheffield, Polytechnic
[10] Bangor, University
[11] London, The Venue [guests: Mike Oldfield, Didier Malherbe, Allan Holdsworth]
("Downwind" from the album "PMG Live" was recorded at that show)
[13] Leicester, University
[14] Liverpool, University
[16] Cromer, West Runton Pavilion
[17] Salford, University
Benoît Moerlen leaves PMG
[31] Barcelona (Spain), Palacio de Municipal [Mike Oldfield Band]

April

[01] Barcelona (Spain), Placido de Municipal [Mike Oldfield Band]
[02-03] Madrid (Spain), Palacio de los Portos [Mike Oldfield Band]
[04] Paris (France), Pavillon Baltard [Mike Oldfield Band]
[05] Düsseldorf (Germany), Phillipshalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[07] Berlin (Germany), Eissporthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[09] Bruxelles (Belgium), Forest National [Mike Oldfield Band]
[10] Rotterdam (Netherlands), De Doelen [Mike Oldfield Band]
[12] Copenhague (Denmark), Falkoner [Mike Oldfield Band]
[14] Bremen (Germany), Stadthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[15] Hamburg (Germany), CCH [Mike Oldfield Band]
[17] Munich (Germany), Saal des Deutschen Museums [Mike Oldfield Band]
[18] Frankfurt (Germany), Jahrhunderthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[21] London, Royal Festival Hall (2 shows) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[25-26] London, Wembley Conference Centre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[28-29] London, Wembley Arena [Mike Oldfield Band]

May

[02] London, Wembley Arena [Mike Oldfield Band]
[03] Birmingham, Odeon [Mike Oldfield Band]
[04] Manchester, Apollo [Mike Oldfield Band]

June

Pierre Moerlen composes the material for "Time Is The Key" during a holiday in Ireland
[late] Stonehenge, People's Free Festival [also: Sphynx, Here And Now...]

July

PMG regroup, with Bon Lozaga again joining Moerlen and Rowe, to commence rehearsals for the new album

August

PMG (with Peter Lemer, Allan Holdsworth, Darryl Way, Nico Ramsden) record "Time Is The Key" at Konk Studios, London

September

In preparation of the European tour, keyboardist Jeff Young is added to the quartet of Pierre Moerlen, Hansford Rowe, Bon Lozaga and François Causse

October

Dates in Holland?
[23] Hamburg (Germany), Fabrik
[26] Colmar (France), Salle Omnisports Wintzenheim
[31] Strasbourg (France), Hall Tivoli

November

[02] München (Germany), Schwabingerbräu
[03] Nürnberg (Germany), Rührersaal
[04] Wiesbaden (Germany), Wartburg
[05] Bremen (Germany), Aladin
[06] Kiel (Germany), Ball Pompös
[07] Berlin (Germany), Metropol
[08] Hannover (Germany), Rotation
[10] Osnabrück (Germany), Hyde Park
[11] Siegen (Germany), Audimax
[12] Köln (Germany), Mülheimer Stadthalle
[13] Saarbrücken (Germany), Unikult
[14] Metz (France) [also: Bloom]
[15] Uckange (France), Centre de Loisirs
[16] Dijon (France), Centre Culturel
[17] Besancon (France), Cinéma Lux
[19] Marseille (France), Salle du Merlan
[21] Châteauvallon (France), Theatre d'Hiver
[22] Sète (France), Theatre de la Mer
[24] Bordeaux (France), Théâtre Barbey
[26] Poitiers (France), Amphi Descartes
[27] Bourges (France), MJC Henri Sellier
[28] Orléans (France), Salle du Baron
[29] Paris (France), Bataclan
[30] Roubaix (France), Salle Wattremez

December

[02] London, The Venue
Jeff Young leaves and is not replaced

1980

March

PMG (P.Moerlen, H.Rowe, B.Lozaga and F.Causse, with guests Charlie Mariano and Brian Holloway) record the album "Leave It Open" in London
Bon Lozaga returns to the USA, where he begins a collaboration with Eddie Jobson (keyboards, ex-UK) and Mark Craney (drums, ex-Jean-Luc Ponty), which eventually splits when Jobson and Craney both join Jethro Tull

April

Mike Oldfield and his band embark on a second European tour, this time with a line-up of Pierre Moerlen, Nico Ramsden, Benoit Moerlen, Hansford Rowe, Tim Cross, Peter Lemer, Peter Acock, Mike Frye, Wendy Roberts and Maggie Reilly
[17] Copenhague (Denmark), Falkoner [Mike Oldfield Band]
[18] Kiel (Germany), Ostseehalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[19] Berlin (Germany), ICC [Mike Oldfield Band]
[21] Düsseldorf (Germany), Phillipshalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[22] Münster (Germany), Halle Münsterland [Mike Oldfield Band]
[23] Frankfurt (Germany), Jahrhunderthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[24] Köln (Germany), Sporthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[25] Bremen (Germany), Stadthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[26] Hannover (Germany), Eilenriedhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[28] Vienna (Austria), Stadthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[29] München (Germany), Olympiahalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[30] Heidelberg (Germany), Sporthalle Eppelheim [Mike Oldfield Band]

May

[04] Ipswich, Gaumont [Mike Oldfield Band]
[05] Croydon, Fairfieldhall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[06] Bournemouth, Winter Gardens [Mike Oldfield Band]
[08] Portsmouth, Guildhall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[09] Gloucester, Leisure Centre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[10-11] Oxford, New Theatre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[13] Brighton, Centre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[14] Stafford, Bingley [Mike Oldfield Band]
[15] Manchester, Apollo [Mike Oldfield Band]
[17-18] Edinburgh, Usher Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[19] Glasgow, Apollo [Mike Oldfield Band]
[20] Glasgow, Apollo [Mike Oldfield Band]
[22] Newcastle, City Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[23] Preston, Guild Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[24] Sheffield, City Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[25] Bristol, Colston Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[26] Southhampton, Gaumont [Mike Oldfield Band]
[27] Pool, Art Centre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[28-29] London, Wembley Arena [Mike Oldfield Band]
[31] Dublin, RDS [Mike Oldfield Band]

June

[17] Stockholm (Sweden), Konserthuset [Mike Oldfield Band]
[--] Rotterdam (Netherlands), De Doelen [Mike Oldfield Band]
[--] Bruxelles (Belgium), Forest National [Mike Oldfield Band]
[--] Paris (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[--] Cork (Ireland), McCroom Castle Festival [Mike Oldfield Band]
[21] Knebworth, Fairy Park Festival [Mike Oldfield Band]

August

PGM tour North America (line-up: Lozaga, Rowe, Moerlen & Causse)
Typical setlist on this tour: "I Woke Up This Morning, Felt Like Playing Guitar", "Crosscurrents", "Adrien", "Downwind", "Stok Stok Stok Sto-Gak", "Leave It Open", "An American In England", Bass Solo, "Soli", "Ard Na Greine" / "Earthrise" / "Supermarket", "Mandrake", "Golden Dilemma" [including drum solo], "Expresso", "Heavy Tune"
[31] Los Angeles, CA (USA), Roxy Theater [PMG]

September

[early] San Francisco, CA (USA), unknown venue [PMG]
[15-16] Ste Foy/Québec (Canada), Café Campus [PMG]
[17] Toronto (Canada), The Edge [PMG] (?)
[18] Boston, MA (USA), Paradise Theatre [PMG]
[20] Princeton, NJ (USA), University - Alexander Hall [PMG]
[21] New Haven, CT (USA), Toad's Place [PMG]
[24] Philadelphia, PA (USA), Bijou Café (WXPN broadcast) [PMG]
[26-27] New York City, NY (USA), Bottom Line [PMG]

November

"Leave It Open" is released on Lifetime Records
[26] Berlin (Germany), Metropol [PMG]
[28] Bremen (Germany), Glocke [PMG]
[29-30] Wiesbaden (Germany), Wartburg [PMG]

December

[01] Heidelberg (Germany), Stadthalle [PMG]
[02] Köln (Germany), Satory Saal [PMG]
[03] Hamburg (Germany), Fabrik [PMG]
[04] Hannover (Germany), Friedenshal [PMG]
[05] Siegen (Germany), Audimax [PMG]
[07] Saarbrücken (Germany), Audimax [PMG]
[08] Karlsruhe (Germany), Konzerthaus [PMG]
[09] Feiburg (Germany), Paulussaal [PMG]
[10] München (Germany), Löwenbräuhalle [PMG]
[20] Genova (Italy), venue unknown [PMG]

1981

October

Pierre Moerlen rejoins Magma, alongside Jean-Pierre Fouquey, Alain & Yvon Guillard, Marc Eliard, Jean-Luc Chevalier and others
[06] Annonay (France) [Magma]
[17] Angers (France), Place de la Rochefoucauld-Liancourt [Magma]
[23] Bourg-la-Reine [nr Paris] (France) [Magma]
[25] Le Mans (France), La Rotonde [Magma]

1982

April

Pierre Moerlen rejoins the Mike Oldfield Band, now consisting of Mike Frye, Morris Pert, Tim Cross, Maggie Reilly, Rick Fenn and Tim Renwick
[08] Roslyn [nr New York], NY (USA), My Father's Place [Mike Oldfield Band]
[10] Ottawa (Canada), National Arts Centre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[11] Toronto (Canada), Ryerson Polytechnical Institute (2 shows) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[13] Montréal (Canada), Place des Arts [Mike Oldfield Band]
[14] Québec (Canada), Palais Montcalm [Mike Oldfield Band]
[16] Philadelphia, PA (USA), Tower Theatre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[17] Boston, MA (USA), Berkley Performance Arts Centre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[18] New York, NY (USA), The Ritz [Mike Oldfield Band]
[21] Chicago, IL (USA), Riviera Theatre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[25] Vancouver (Canada), Orpheum [Mike Oldfield Band]
[28] Santa Monica, CA (USA), Civic Auditorium [Mike Oldfield Band]
[30] San Francisco, CA (USA), Warfield Theatre [Mike Oldfield Band]

May

[06] Dunden (NZ), Town Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[07] Christchurch (NZ), Town Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[09] Wellington (NZ), Sankt James Theatre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[10] Oakland (NZ), Town Hall (2 shows) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[13] Brisbane (Australia), Festival Centre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[15-16] Melbourne (Australia), Palais Theatre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[18] Adelaide (Australia), Thebarton Town Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[20-22] Sydney (Australia), Capitol Theatre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[26] Tokyo (Japan), Shibuyo Kokaido [Mike Oldfield Band]

July

[03] Copenhague (Denmark), Roskilde Open Air Festival [Mike Oldfield Band]

September

[08] Manchester, Apollo [Mike Oldfield Band]
[09] Edinburgh, Usher Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[10] Sheffield, City Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[11] Newcastle, City Hall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[12] Birmingham, Odeon [Mike Oldfield Band]
[14] Portsmouth, Guildhall [Mike Oldfield Band]
[15] Oxford, New Theatre [Mike Oldfield Band]
[16] London, Hammersmith Odeon [Mike Oldfield Band]
[20] Oslo (Norway) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[22] Helsinki (Finland), Jähalli [Mike Oldfield Band]
[23] Stockholm (Sweden), Drammenshallen [Mike Oldfield Band]
[25] Göteborg (Sweden), Scandinavium [Mike Oldfield Band]
[26] Kobenhavn (Sweden) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[27] Alborg (Sweden) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[28] Lund (Denmark), Olympen [Mike Oldfield Band]
[29] Arhus (Denmark) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[30] Kiel (Germany), Ostseehalle [Mike Oldfield Band]

October

[01] Berlin (Germany), Deutschlandhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[02-03] Hamburg (Germany), CCH [Mike Oldfield Band]
[04] Bremen (Germany), Stadthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[06] Hannover (Germany), Eilenriedhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[07] Münster (Germany), Halle Münsterland [Mike Oldfield Band]
[08-09] Essen (Germany), Grugahalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[10] Kassel (Germany), Eissporthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[11] Saarbrücken (Germany), Saarlandhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[12] Karlsruhe (Germany), Schwarzwaldhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[13] Heidelberg (Germany), Rhein-Neckar-Halle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[14] Köln (Germany), Sporthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[15-16] Rüsselsheim (Germany), Walter-Körbel-Halle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[17] Würzburg (Germany), Carl-Diem-Halle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[18-19] Nürnberg (Germany), Hemmerleinhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[20] Stuttgart (Germany), Sporthalle, Böblingen [Mike Oldfield Band]
[21] Freiburg (Germany), Stadthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[23] Passau (Germany), Nibelungenhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[24] München (Germany), Olympiahalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[25] Ulm (Germany), Donauhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[26] Friedrichshafen (Germany), Messehalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[27] Augsburg (Germany), Sporthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[28] Hof (Germany), Freiheitshalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[29] Offenburg (Germany), Orthenauhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[31] Hannover (Germany), Eilenriedhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]

November

[02] Cologne (Germany), Sporthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[05] Offenburg (Germany), Orthenauhalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[06] Innsbruck (Austria) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[07] Linz (Austria) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[08] Wien (Austria), Stadthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[09] Zürich (Switzerland), Hallenstadion [Mike Oldfield Band]
[10] Mulhouse (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[11] Strasbourg (France), Halle Rhenus [Mike Oldfield Band]
[13] Paris (France), Bercy [Mike Oldfield Band]
[14] Dijon (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[15] Nancy (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[16] Utrecht (Netherlands) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[18] Caen (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[19] Rennes (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[20] Quimper (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[21] Nantes (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[22] Poitiers (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[23] Clermont-Ferrand (France), Palais des Sports [Mike Oldfield Band]
[24] Toulouse (France), Complexe Compans Casarelli [Mike Oldfield Band]
[26] San Sebastian (Spain), Velodrome de Anoeta [Mike Oldfield Band]
[27] Madrid (Spain) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[28] Barcelona (Spain), Plaza Espana [Mike Oldfield Band]
[29] Montpellier (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[30] Lyon (France), Palais d'Hiver [Mike Oldfield Band]

December

[02] Rouen (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[03] Lille (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[04] Bruxelles (Belgium), Forest National [Mike Oldfield Band]
[05] Luxembourg (Luxembourg) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[06] Cologne (Germany), Sporthalle [Mike Oldfield Band]
[09] Munich (Germany), Rudi-Sedelmayer- Halle (Rock Meets Classic) [Mike Oldfield Band]

1983

May

The Mike Oldfield Band (now comprising Pierre Moerlen, Simon Phillips, Ant, Phil Spalding and Maggie Reilly) embark on a European tour
[26] Strasbourg (France), Hall Rhenus [Mike Oldfield Band]
[27] Dijon (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[28] Evry (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[30] Metz (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[31] Paris (France), Ommnisport [Mike Oldfield Band]

June

[01] Lyon (France), Palais d'Hiver [Mike Oldfield Band]
[02] Clermont-Ferrand (France), Palais des Sports [Mike Oldfield Band]
[03] Bordeaux (France), Patinoire de Meriadeck [Mike Oldfield Band]
[04] Barcelona (Spain), Plaza Espana [Mike Oldfield Band]
[05] San Sebastian (Spain), Velodrome de Anoeta [Mike Oldfield Band]
[07] Toulouse (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[08] Nantes (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[09] Quimper (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[10] Le Mans (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[11] Lille (France) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[12] Bruxelles (Belgium), Forest National [Mike Oldfield Band]
[13] Nijmegen (Netherlands) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[14] Hamburg (Germany), Wilhelm-Koch-Stadion (Midsummernight Festival) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[15] Berlin (Germany), Waldbühne (Midsummernight Festival) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[17] Essen (Germany), Georg-Melches-Stadion (Midsummernight Festival) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[18] Darmstadt (Germany), Stadion am Böllenfalltor (Midsummernight Festival) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[19] Augsburg (Germany), Rosenaustadion (Midsummernight Festival) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[20] Luxembourg (Luxembourg) [Mike Oldfield Band]
[22] London, Wembley Arena (10th Anniversary Concert) [Mike Oldfield Band]

1985

May

Pierre Moerlen joins the Swedish group Tribute
[03] Bokei (Germany), Open Air Fete [Tribute]
[04] Ostenwalde (Germany), Mehrzwackhalle [Tribute]
[05] Munster (Germany), Grunhaus [Tribute]
[08] Braunschweig (Germany), Freisheit-Und Bildungzentrum [Tribute]
[09] Osnabruck (Germany), Rizz Music Hall [Tribute]
[10] Friesoythe-Altenoythe (Germany), Dorfgemeinschaftshaus [Tribute]
[11] Nordenham (Germany), Jahnhalle [Tribute]
[12] Emden (Germany), Neues Theater [Tribute]
[14] Rosengarten-Neundorf (Germany), Sportplatz [Tribute]
[15] Wilhelmshaven (Germany), Fachhochschul-Fete [Tribute]
[16] Sulfeld (Germany), Auenland [Tribute]
[17] Neu Wulmadorf-Rupke (Germany), Roschinski's West [Tribute]
[18] Kunzeil-Dirlos (Germany), Alte Planet [Tribute]
[19] Einbeck (Germany), Outpost [Tribute]
[20] Berlin (Germany), Quartier Latin [Tribute]
[21] Hildesheim (Germany), Be Bop [Tribute]
[22] Fiensburg (Germany), Roxy Music Hall [Tribute]
[23] Bistensee (Germany), Baumgarten [Tribute]
[24] Ubstadt-Weiher (Germany), Mehrzweckhalle [Tribute]
[25] Passau (Germany), Festival [Tribute]
[26] Bruchhausen-vilsen (Germany), Festival [Tribute]
[28] Aachen (Germany), Metropol [Tribute]
[30] Minden (Germany), Musikbox [Tribute]
[31] Kirchberg (Germany), Mehrzweckhalle [Tribute]

June

[01] Kissieg (Germany), Mehrzweckhalle [Tribute]
[02] Ingolstadt (Germany), Festival [Tribute]
[03] Stuttgart (Germany), Maxim [Tribute]
[05] Paderborn (Germany), Aula der Gesamthochschule [Tribute]
[06] Köln (Germany), Luxor [Tribute]
[07] Wolfsburg (Germany), Festival [Tribute]
[08] Moers (Germany), Festival [Tribute]
[09] Kiel (Germany), Räucherei [Tribute]
[10] Dortmund (Germany), Live Station [Tribute]
[11] Bremen (Germany), Schlachthof Kessehalle [Tribute]
[12] Kassel (Germany), Stadtfest [Tribute]
[13] Hamburg (Germany), Markthalle [Tribute]
[14] Kastorf (Germany), Roschinski's Ost [Tribute]
[15] Friedberg (Germany), Festival [Tribute]
[16] Frankfurt (Germany), Music Hall [Tribute]

1986

February

[28] Växjö (Sweden), Starec Studio (sessions for "Breaking Barriers" begin) [Tribute]

March

[20] Växjö (Sweden), Starec Studio (sessions for "Breaking Barriers" end) [Tribute]

October

[10] Kunzeil-Dirlos (Germany), Alte Planet [Tribute]
[11] Wendlingen (Germany), Zirkuszeit [Tribute]
[12] Nurnberg (Germany), Komm [Tribute]
[13] Offenburg (Germany), Pfähler Villa [Tribute]
[15] Caleming (Germany), Festival [Tribute]
[16] Stuttgart (Germany), Maxim [Tribute]
[17] Ingolstadt (Germany), Suin der Berfusschule [Tribute]
[18] Kissieg (Germany), Mehrzweckhalle [Tribute]
[19] Liedsholzheim (Germany), Mehrzweckhalle [Tribute]
[20] Lindau (Germany), Inselhalle [Tribute]
[22] Linz (Austria), Posthof [Tribute]
[24] Hannover (Germany), Capitol [Tribute]
[26] Clausthal-Zelefeld (Germany), Uni Mensa [Tribute]
[28] Osnabruck (Germany), Rizz Music Hall [Tribute]
[29] Nordhorn (Germany), Jugendszentrum Sceune [Tribute]
[30] Minden (Germany), Music Box [Tribute]
[31] Neu Wulmstorf-Rubke (Germany), Roschinsky's [Tribute]

November

[01] Kiel (Germany), Audimax [Tribute]
[02] Flensburg (Germany), Roxy [Tribute]
[03] Berlin (Germany), SFB Live Mitschnitt [Tribute]
[04] Berlin (Germany), Quartier Latin [Tribute]
[05] Braunschweig (Germany), FBZ [Tribute]
[06] Bremen (Germany), Schlachthof [Tribute]
[07] Friesoythe (Germany), Mehrzweckhalle [Tribute]
[08] Muppen (Germany), Saal Kamp [Tribute]
[09] Emden (Germany), Neues Theater [Tribute]
[10-11] Hamburg (Germany), Grosse Freiheit [Tribute]
[12] Einbeck (Germany), Outpost [Tribute]
[13] Frankfurt (Germany), Batschkapp [Tribute]
[14] Duisburg (Germany), Bahnhof [Tribute]
[15] Nordenham (Germany), Jahnhalle [Tribute]
[28-30] Växjö (Sweden), Starec Studio (mixing for live album from the Nov 7, 9 & 11 dates) [Tribute]

1988

August

[06] Hirzenhain

November

[02-27] German tour

1997

May

[14] London, Jazz Café [Brand X]
[18] Reading, Alley Cat [Brand X]
[20] Leeds, Irish Centre [Brand X]
[21] Manchester, Music Box [Brand X]
[25] Sheffield, Leadmill [Brand X]
[26] Oxford, Zodiac [Brand X]
[27] Bristol, Fleece & Firkin [Brand X]
[28] Colchester, Arts Centre [Brand X]

June

[03] Marano Sul Panaro (Italy), Centro Culturale Polivalente [Brand X]
[04] Rome (Italy), Stereorainotte (radio broadcast) [Brand X]
[05] Rome (Italy), Frontiera [Brand X]
[06] Schio (Italy), Teatro Pasubio [Brand X]
[07] Genoa (Italy), Teatro Albatros [Brand X]
[08] Basel (Switzerland), Atlantis [Brand X]
[09] Stuttgart (Germany), Altes Schutzenhaus [Brand X]
[10] Munich (Germany), Schlachthof [Brand X]
[11] Erlangen (Germany), E-Werk [Brand X]
[12] Cologne (Germany), Tunnels [Brand X]
[14] Hamelin (Germany), Sumpfblume [Brand X]
[15] Frankfurt (Germany), Sinkhasten [Brand X]

July

Pierre Moerlen rejoins Gong
[18] Breitenbach-am-Herzberg (Germany), Burg-Herzberg Festival
[also Faust, Ash Ra Tempel, Focus, Guru Guru...] [Gong]
[19] Anvers (Belgium), Rivierenhof
[Gong]

September

[02] Nagoya (Japan), Club Quatro [Gong]
[03] Kyoto (Japan), Taku-Taku [Gong]
[04] Osaka (Japan), Club Quatro [Gong]
[05] Tokyo (Japan), Liquid Room Rave Party [Gong]
[10] Seattle, WA (USA), The Phoenix [Gong]
[11] Vancouver (Canada), Starfish [Gong]
[12] Portland, OR (USA), Crystal Ballroom [Gong]
[13] Eugene, OR (USA), WOW Hall [Gong]
[14] Santa Cruz, CA (USA), Breakroom [Gong]
[15] San Francisco, CA (USA), Great American Hall [Gong]
[16] Los Angeles, CA (USA), Billboard Live [Gong]
[17] Orange County, CA (USA), The Coach House
[Gong]

October

[01] Liverpool, Lomax [Gong]
[02] Leeds, Irish Centre [Gong]
[03] Manchester, Nia Centre [Gong]
[04] Morecambe, Dome [support: Kangaroo Moon] [Gong]
[05] Sheffield, Leadmill [Gong]
[16] Stoke-on-Trent, Wheatsheaf [Gong]
[17] Oxford, Zodiac Club [Gong]
[18] Reading, Alleycat [Gong]
[19] London, Forum [support: Whirl-Y-Gig] [Gong]
[20] Birmingham, Irish Centre [Gong]
[21] Cambridge, Junction
[Gong]

1998

May

[01] Strasbourg (France), La Laiterie [Gong]
[02] Nancy (France), Terminal Export [Gong]
[03] Vitry-le-François (France), Scène des Musiques Actuelles [Gong]
[05] Ploémeur [nr Lorient] (France), Océanis [Gong]
[06] Alençon (France), La Luciole [Gong]
[07] Blois (France), Chato'Do [Gong]
[09] Perpignan (France), Le Médiator [Gong]
[11] Toulouse (France), Le Bikini [Gong]
[12] Bordeaux (France), Théâtre Barbey [Gong]
[14] Paris (France), Le Bataclan [Gong]
[15] Rennes (France), Salle de la Cité
[Gong]

June

Debut tour by Gongzilla, consisting of Bon Lozaga (guitar), Hansford Rowe (bass), Benoît Moerlen (vibes) and Vic Stevens (drums)
[26-29] Québec City, QC (Canada), Festival Les Nuits du Beat Molson Dry [guest: David Fiuczynski] [Gongzilla]
(The June 27th concert is recorded and later released as "Gongzilla Live")

July

[03] Philadelphia, PA (USA), WRTI [live radio interview] [Gongzilla]
[06] Asbury Park, NJ (USA), The Saint [Gongzilla] [also: Geno White Trio]
[07] New York City, NY (USA), Knitting Factory [guest: David Fiuczynski] [Gongzilla]
[08] Pleasantville, NJ (USA), Philadelphia Music Company [Gongzilla]
[09] Philadelphia, PA (USA), Upstairs At Nick's [Gongzilla] [also: Geno White Trio]
[10] Somers Point, NJ (USA), The Pearl [Gongzilla] [also: Geno White Trio]
[11] Mt. Holly, NJ (USA), Down To Earth [Gongzilla]
[12] Wheaton, MD (USA), Phantasmagoria [Gongzilla] [also: Geno White Trio]
[14] Buffalo, NY (USA), The Tralf [Gongzilla] [also: Gamalon]
[15] Burlington, VT (USA), Higher Ground [Gongzilla]

1999

May

Gong for this tour consists of Daevid Allen, Gilli Smyth, Mike Howlett and Pierre Moerlen with new members Mark Hewins (guitars) and Theo Travis (sax/flute)
[02] Verviers (Belgium), Spirit of '66 [Gong]
[03] Hamburg (Germany), Fabrik
[Gong]
Pierre Moerlen leaves Gong (Daevid Allen, Gilli Smyth and Mike Howlett plus new members Mark Hewins and Theo Travis) two dates into their European tour

2000

May

[27] Mulhouse (France), Théâtre de Poche/Ruele [PMG]
Line-up: Pierre Moerlen (drums), Benoit Moerlen (vibes), Jens Mayer & Olivier Adjedj

December

Gongzilla for this second tour consist of Lozaga and Rowe with Marc Wagnon (vibes) and Phil Kester (drums)
[06] Philadelphia, PA (USA), Tin Angel [Gongzilla]
[07] New Brunswick, NJ (USA), The Court Tavern [Gongzilla]
[08] New York City, NY (USA), venue unknown [Gongzilla]
[09] CT (USA), venue unknown [Gongzilla]
[10] Providence, RI (USA), Met Café [Gongzilla]
[12] Pittsburgh, PA (USA), Millvale Industrial Theater [Gongzilla] [support: The Johnsons]
[13] Buffalo, NY (USA), Lafayette Tap Room [Gongzilla]
[15] Cleveland, OH (USA), Beachland Ballroom [Gongzilla]
[16] Cincinatti, OH (USA), Mole's Record Store [Gongzilla]
[17] Chicago, IL (USA), Martyr's [Gongzilla]

2002

February

Gongzilla for this European tour ("Chronic Tour") consist of Lozaga, Rowe, Benoît Moerlen (vibes) and Pierre Moerlen (drums)
Typical setlist: "Mr. Sinister Minister", "Crosscurrents", "Gongzilla's Dilemma", "Allan Qui ?", "Bad Habits", "Hip-Hopnosis", "Percolations", "Say No More", "No Pennies Please", "Downwind", "Soli", "One World", "Image", "Expresso", "Gongzilla"
[21] Berlin (Germany), Quasimodo [Gongzilla]
[22] Hamburg (Germany), Lola [Gongzilla]
[23] Minden (Germany), Jazzclub [Gongzilla]
[25] Frankfurt (Germany), Sinkkasten [Gongzilla]
[26] Karlsruhe (Germany), Jubez [Gongzilla]
[27] Wetzlar (Germany), Kulturzentrum Franzis [Gongzilla]
[28] Zoetermeer (Netherlands), Boerderij [Gongzilla]

March

[01] Verviers (Belgium), Spirit of 66 [Gongzilla]
[02] Schwalbach (Germany), Cafe Stormwind [Gongzilla]
[04] Bonn (Germany), Jazz Galerie [Gongzilla]
[05] Krefeld (Germany), Kulturfabrik [Gongzilla]
[06] Recklinghausen (Germany), Brazil [Gongzilla]
[07] Cornberg (Germany), Klosterkirche (tbc) [Gongzilla]
[08] Offenburg (Germany), Reithalle [Gongzilla]
[09] Koblenz (Germany), Cafe Hahn [Gongzilla]

May-June

Pierre Moerlen records a new PMG album, Pentanine, on Vasilyevsky Island in Russia, with a line-up consisting of Arkady Kuznetsov (guitar), Alexei Pleschunov (bass) and Meehail Ogorodov (keyboards & percussion)

2003

June

Gongzilla for the following dates ("Save The City" tour) consist of Lozaga, Rowe, Benoît Moerlen (vibes), Gary Husband (drums) and Phil Kester (percussion)
[27] Arlington, MA (USA), Regent Theatre [Gongzilla]
[30] Philadelphia, PA (USA), North Star Bar [Gongzilla] [also: Quickstep John]

July

[01] Trenton, NJ (USA), Conduit Club [Gongzilla] (cancelled)
[02] New York City, NY (USA), Bottom Line (two shows) [Gongzilla] [also: Happy Rhodes]

September

Gongzilla for this tour ("Save The City" tour) consist of Lozaga, Rowe, Benoît Moerlen (vibes) and Phil Kester (drums & percussion)
[03] New York City, NY (USA), The Lion' s Den [Gongzilla]
[04] Princeton, NY (USA), The Triumph Brewing Co [Gongzilla]
[05] Marlton, NJ (USA), The Music Wizard [Gongzilla]
[06] Reading, PA (USA), The Brass Lantern [Gongzilla]
[07] Philadelphia, PA (USA), The Tritone [Gongzilla]
[08] Pittsburgh, PA (USA), The Quiet Storm Coffeehouse [Gongzilla] [also: Michael Manring & Greg Howard]
[09] Cincinnati (Covington), OH Jack Quinn's Emerald Ballroom [guest: Chuck Garvey (guitar)] [Gongzilla]
[10] Columbus, OH (USA), Bernie's/Distillery [Gongzilla]
[11] Buffalo, NY (USA), Broadway Joe's [Gongzilla]
[12] Cleveland, OH (USA), The Beachland Ballroom [Gongzilla]
[13] Garrettsville, OH (USA), Nelson Ledges Quarry Park (Rhythmfest) [Gongzilla]
[14] Mt. Pleasant, PA (USA), The Boykin Ball Festival [Gongzilla]

2004

August

Gongzilla for this tour ("Nothing To Declare" tour) consist of Lozaga, Rowe, Benoît Moerlen (vibes) and Sam Aliano (drums)
[13] Philadelphia, PA (USA), WRTI (radio interview) [Gongzilla]
[14] Delaware Valley, NJ/PA/DE (USA), WBZC (radio interview) [Gongzilla]
[15-20] rehearsals [Gongzilla]
[21] Philadelphia, PA (USA), NXNW [Gongzilla]
[22] Acme, PA (USA), Recipe Cookout Festival [Gongzilla]
[26] Pittsburgh, PA (USA), Garfield Artworks [Gongzilla]
[27] Cleveland, OH (USA), Wilberts [Gongzilla]
[28] Cincinnati, OH / Covington, KY (USA), Jack Quinn's [Gongzilla]
[30] Asbury Park, NJ (USA), The Saint [Gongzilla]

September

[01] Marlton, NJ - The Music Wizard (in-store concert) [Gongzilla]
[02-03] New York City, NY (USA), venue unknown [Gongzilla]
[05] Turin, NY (USA), Moe.Down Festival (2 sets) [Gongzilla]
[09] San Francisco, CA (USA), Boom Boom Room [Gongzilla]
[10-11] Lake Tahoe, NV (USA), Crystal Bay Club [Gongzilla]
[12] Los Angeles, CA (USA), Baked Potato [Gongzilla]
[13] Los Angeles, CA (USA), Knitting Factory [Gongzilla]
[14] San Diego, CA (USA), Winstons [Gongzilla]
[19] Tokyo (Japan), Hatsudai Doors [Gongzilla]
[20] Osaka (Japan), Flamingo Cafe [Gongzilla]
[21] Nagoya (Japan), Tokuzo [Gongzilla]

2005

January

Gongzilla for this tour consist of Lozaga, Rowe, Benoît Moerlen (vibes) and Sam Aliano (drums)
[14] Philadelphia, PA (USA), NXNW [special guests: Ben Arnold, Todd Barneson] [Gongzilla]
[15] New York City, NY (USA), Tribeca Rock Club [special guests: Ben Arnold, Todd Barneson] [Gongzilla]
[19] Studio City, CA (USA), Baked Potato [Gongzilla]
Setlist: "French Grass", "Castles Made of Sand", "Aquila", "Heavy Tune", "Vampire", "Lo Down", "Suffer", "Thrive", "Crosscurrents", "When The Water's Gone", "Haniface", "Peaches En Regalia", "The News", "Jin-Go-Lo-Ba", "Soli"
[20-23] Anaheim, CA (USA), NAMM Show [Gongzilla]
Benoit Moerlen leaves Gongzilla

May

[02] Pierre Moerlen dies; over the preceding months, he had formed a new PMG, with Matias Canobra on vibraphones and others, and begun rehearsing a repertoire of old and new compositions

June

Gongzilla for this tour consist of Lozaga, Rowe, Sam Aliano (drums), Jamieson Ledonio (guitar) and Phil Kester (vibes)
[17] Teaneck, NJ (USA), Mexicali Blues Cafe [Gongzilla] [also: Commander Cody]
[22] Sea Isle City, NJ (USA), Coffee.Comedy [Gongzilla] [also: Geno White Trio]
[23] Baltimore, MD (USA), The Funk Box with The Recipe [Gongzilla]
[24] Etters, PA (USA), KClingers Publik House [Gongzilla]
[25] Cleveland, OH (USA), Wilberts [Gongzilla]

August

Sessions for new album (working title Willy Six Fingers) at Dangerous Music in Manhattan, NYC
[20] Acme, PA (USA), The Recipe's Family Cookout Festival [Gongzilla]
[21] Philadelphia, PA (USA), The World Café [Gongzilla] [also: The Fractals]

November

[11] Etters, PA (USA), KClingers Publik House [Gongzilla]

December

[07] Wilmington, NC (USA), The Whiskey [Gongzilla]
[09] Norfolk, VA (USA), Station 2 [Gongzilla]
[10] Greenville, NC (USA), Dr. Unk's Oasis [Gongzilla]

2006

March

Gongzilla for the following dates consists of Lozaga, Rowe, Ledonio and Steve O'Grady (drums)
[23] Raleigh, NC (USA), The Pour House [Gongzilla]
[24] Virginia Beach, VA (USA), The Jewish Mother [Gongzilla]
[25] Wilmington, NC (USA), The Soapbox [Gongzilla]
[29] Chapel Hill, NC (USA), Local 506 [also: Onomata] [Gongzilla]
[30] Richmond, VA (USA), Fusion [Gongzilla]
[31] Greenville, NC (USA), The Red Rooster [Gongzilla]

April

[01] New Hope, PA (USA), Triumph Brewing Co [Gongzilla]
[02] Philadelphia, PA (USA), World Café Live [Gongzilla]
[05] Elon College, NC (USA), The Lighthouse Tavern [also: Anonymous] [Gongzilla]
[06] Murfreesboro, NC (USA), Zakk's [Gongzilla]
[07] Hanover, PA (USA), KClinger's Tavern [Gongzilla]
[08] Cleveland, OH (USA), Wilbert's [Gongzilla] 

May

[03] Baltimore, MD (USA) [also: Mark Hopkins Band] [Gongzilla]
[04] Morristown, NJ (USA), Café Arabica [also: Jason Laughlin Trio] [Gongzilla]
[05] Wilkes Barre, PA (USA), River Street Jazz Café [Gongzilla]
[08] Boston, MA (USA), Harpers Ferry [also: David Fiuczynski's KiF] [Gongzilla]
[10] Pittsfield, MA (USA), La Cocina [Gongzilla]
[11] Burlington, VT (USA), Higher Ground [Gongzilla]
[12] Providence, RI (USA), Tazza [Gongzilla]
[13] Kearny, NJ (USA), Donegal Saloon [Gongzilla]

June

[10] Charlotte, NC (USA), The Evening Muse [Gongzilla]
[13] Richmond, VA (USA), The Cary Street Café [Gongzilla]
[15] Myrtle Beach, SC (USA), House Of Blues [also: moe] [Gongzilla]
[16] Kill Devil Hills, NC (USA), Outer Banks Brewing Station [Gongzilla]
[20] Corolla, NC (USA), Dr. Unks Tomato Patch [Gongzilla]

September

O'Grady is replaced on drums by Mitch Hull
[13] Raleigh, NC (USA), The Pour House [also: Dirty 5 Thirty] [Gongzilla]
[14] Wilmington, NC (USA), Soapbox Laundro-Lounge [Gongzilla]
[15] Winston Salem, NC (USA), Rubber Soul [Gongzilla]
[19] Richmond, VA (USA), The Cary Street Cafe [also: The Grove] [Gongzilla]
[20] Philadelphia, PA (USA), The World Cafe Live [Gongzilla]
[21] Kearny, NJ (USA), Donegal Saloon [Gongzilla]
[22] Plains (Wilkes Barre), PA (USA), River St. Jazz [Gongzilla]
[23] Princeton, NJ (USA), Triumph Brewing Co. [Gongzilla]

December

[27] Plains (Wilkes Barre), PA (USA), River St. Jazz [Gongzilla]
[28] Utica, NY (USA), Electric Company [free show] [Gongzilla]
[29] Albany, NY (USA), Red Square [also: U-Melt] [Gongzilla]
[30] Burlington, VT (USA), Nectar's [also: The Breakfast] [Gongzilla]

2007

January

[21] Anaheim, CA (USA), NAMM Convention [Gongzilla]

February

[22] Philadelphia, PA (USA), Fire At Philly Bar & Grill [Gongzilla]
[23] Southbridge, PA (USA), Mill Street Brews (Wormtown River Carnival)
[Gongzilla]
[24] Harrisburg, PA (USA), Appalachian Brewing Company [Gongzilla]

March

[01] Burlington, VT (USA), Nectar's [also: Bad Suit] [Gongzilla]
[02] Syracuse, NY (USA), Funk & Waffles
[Gongzilla]
[03] Plains / Wilkes Barre, PA (USA), River St. Jazz Café [also: Woody Browns Project]
[Gongzilla]

September

[15] Greenfield, MA (USA), Wormtown Music Festival [Gongzilla] [guest: David Fiuczynski]
[21] Harrisburg, PA (USA), Appalachian Brewing Company
[Gongzilla]
[22] Plains [nr Wilkes Barre], PA (USA), River St. Jazz Café
[Gongzilla]
[23] Philadelphia, PA (USA), Upstairs Live at the World Café
[Gongzilla]
[26] Norfolk, VA (USA), Tanners Creek
[Gongzilla]
[27] Kill Devil Hills, NC (USA), Outer Banks Brewing Station
[Gongzilla]

October

[12] Atlanta, GA (USA), The Echo Project [Gongzilla]
[16] Richmond, VA (USA), Cary Street Café [Gongzilla] [Umphrey's McGee after-show]
[17] Washington DC (USA), Velvet Lounge [Gongzilla] [Umphrey's McGee after-show]
[18] Johnson City, NY (USA), Magic City Music Hall [Gongzilla]
[guest: Jake Cinninger] [supporting Umphrey's McGee]
[19- 20] New York, NY (USA), BB King - Lucille’s
[Gongzilla] [guests: Jake Cinninger & David Fiuczynski] [Umphrey's McGee after-show]

2008

January

Mike Miz (guitar/vocals) and Jeffrey Villanueva (drums) replace Ledonio and Kester
[18] Anaheim, CA (USA), The Troubadour (NAMM Convention) [Gongzilla] [guests: Don Preston, Jonas Hellborg, Jim Loughlin, Jeff Pevar, Andre Cholmondeley, Tim Palmieri...]

February

[28] Washington DC (USA), Velvet Lounge [Gongzilla] [moe. after-party]
[29] Boone, NC (USA), FlipSide [Gongzilla] [moe. after-party]

March

[01] Williamsburg, PA (USA), JM Randalls [Gongzilla]
[05] Philadelphia, PA (USA), World Café Live [Gongzilla]
[06] Stroudsburg, PA (USA), Sarah Street Grille [Gongzilla] [moe. after-party]
[08] Plains, PA (USA), River Street Jazz Café [Gongzilla]

August

Nate Laguzza (drums) replaces Villanueva
[15] Stroudsburg, PA (USA), Sarah Street Grille [Gongzilla]
[16] Richmond, VA (USA), Capital Ale House [Gongzilla]
[19] Raleigh, NC (USA), Pour House Music Hall [Gongzilla]
[20] Charlotte, NC (USA), Double Door Inn [Gongzilla]
[21] Charlestown, WV (USA), Empty Glass [Gongzilla]
[23] Burgettstown, PA (USA), 3 Rivers Prog Festival [Gongzilla]

September

[11] Burlington, VT (USA), Nectar's [Gongzilla] [also: Bad Suit]
[12] Albany, NY (USA), Valentine's [Gongzilla] [also: BuzzUniverse, Deja]
[13] Greenfield, MA (USA), Wormtown Music Festival [Gongzilla] [also: U-Melt, The Attic, Turtle Soup, Juicy Grapes...]
[19] Manchester, CT (USA), Main Pub [Gongzilla]