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Crazy Diamond's Tour
Tour by Syd Barrett
Associated album Crazy Diamond
Start date 3 October 1982
End date 15 May 1983
Legs 4
Number of shows 47

The Crazy Diamond's Tour, also known as the Brand New Tour, was a concert tour by the English singer Syd Barrett in support of his album Crazy Diamond.

It was the first solo tour of Barrett, known for its effects during shows such as pyrotechnics.

The tour began with John Gustafson on bass, however, came out in January 1983, entering the Stars member (Barrett's group), Jack Monck.




History

Barrett shows in South America were overcrowded, and at La Bombonera, the second show at the Pacaembu and Maracanã, shows exceeded 100k capacity, the latter being the most crowded (172k).

Tour band

  • Syd Barrett - lead guitar, vocals
  • Richard Wright - Hammond organ, backing vocals, synthesizer
  • John Gustafson - bass guitar, synthesizer (until 19 January 1983)
  • Jack Monck - bass guitar, synthesizer (since 24 January 1983)
  • Twink - drums, percussion
  • Scott Page - saxophone

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Europe
3 October 1982 London England Empire Pool
4 October 1982
6 October 1982 Cambridge Abbey Stadium
7 October 1982
12 October 1982 Munich West Germany Olympiahalle
14 October 1982 West Berlin Deutschlandhalle
18 October 1982 Rome Italy Stadio Flaminio
21 October 1982 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
24 October 1982 Rotterdam Netherlands Feijenoord Stadion
26 October 1982 Antwerp Belgium Sportpalais
29 October 1982 Paris France Pavillon de Paris
30 October 1982
North America
12 January 1983 Miami United States Miami Baseball Stadium
14 January 1983 Tampa Tampa Stadium
17 January 1983 Atlanta The Omni
19 January 1983 Houston Jeppesen Stadium
24 January 1983 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
25 January 1983
27 January 1983 Portland Memorial Coliseum
30 January 1983 Chicago Soldier Field
31 January 1983 Kansas City Kemper Arena
02 February 1983 Boston Boston Garden
03 February 1983
05 February 1983 New York City Madison Square Garden
06 February 1983
07 February 1983
10 February 1983 Montreal Canada Olympic Stadium
12 February 1983 Toronto Varsity Stadium
18 February 1983 Mexico City Mexico Estadio Azteca
19 February 1983
South America
12 April 1983 Lima Peru Estadio Nacional
15 April 1983 Santiago del Chile Chile Estadio Nacional
18 April 1983 Córdoba Argentina Estadio Mario Kempes
20 April 1983 Buenos Aires La Bombonera
21 April 1983
23 April 1983 Montevideo Uruguay Parque Central
26 April 1983 Porto Alegre Brazil Estádio Olimpico Monumental
28 April 1983 São Paulo Estádio do Pacaembu
29 April 1983
30 April 1983 Rio de Janeiro Estádio do Maracanã
Japan
08 May 1983 Osaka Japan Osaka-jo Hall
09 May 1983
10 May 1983 Nagoya Rainbow Hall
11 May 1983
13 May 1983 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
14 May 1983
15 May 1983

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