Steve Perry had already been in the band for a year and this was the second second tour with him as lead singer. This was also bringing in the bigger audience. His song writing added a softer edge to an otherwise rock and roll band, creating these nice simple love songs.
The Infinity Tour had ticket prices anywhere from $4.00 to $8.00. The lowest ticket price for this "Evolution "tour is $7.00. The most expensive ticket being at $12.50 for "Day On The Green", it was high at the time but still obtainable.
Ticketron started to become the company for concert and sports tickets. They were starting to monopolize the ticket industry but they also made it easier for people to get the tickets. You could conveniently go to a nearby store to stand in line for tickets rather than the actual venue.
|March 13, 1979 - Rosengarten. Mannheim, Germany - Pat Travers|
|March 22, 1979 – Glasgow Apollo. Glasgow, Scotland - Pat Travers|
|March 26, 1979 – Hammersmith Odeon. London, England - Pat Travers|
|June 15, 1979 - Performing Arts Center. Saratoga Springs, NY - The Sweet|
|June 30, 1979 - Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, CA - Thin Lizzy|
|July 2, 1979 – Selland Arena. Fresno, CA - Thin Lizzy|
|July 4, 1979 - Day On The Green. Oakland Coliseum Stadium. Oakland, CA|
J. Geils Band, UFO, Dog #2, Thin Lizzy, Nazareth, Rockets
|July 26, 1979 - Mid South Coliseum. Memphis, TN - Thin Lizzy, Eddie Money|