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The Jackson 5 US Tour is the Jackson 5's third North American tour. It lasted from December 27, 1971 in Des Moines, Iowa to October 5, 1972 in Chicago, Illinois.

The tour promoted the Jackson 5's album "Lookin' Through the Windows," Michael Jackson's albums "Got to Be There" & "Ben" and Jermaine Jackson's debut album "Jermaine."

SetlistsEdit

Christmas Show Setlist (December 27-30, 1971)

  1. Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/Mama's Pearl
  2. Christmas Message from Tito
  3. Christmas Message from Jackie
  4. We Thank You
  5. The Christmas Song
  6. Christmas Message from Jermaine
  7. Someday At Christmas
  8. Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
  9. Christmas Message from Michael
  10. Christmas Won't Be the Same This Year
  11. Give Love on Christmas Day (A Capella Version)
  12. Medley: Walk On/The Love You Save

First Leg Setlist

  1. Stand!
  2. I Want You Back
  3. Feelin' Alright
  4. Who's Lovin' You
  5. Maybe Tomorrow
  6. I Want to Take You Higher
  7. ABC
  8. I'll Be There
  9. I Found That Girl
  10. Mama's Pearl
  11. Medley: Walk On/The Love You Save
  12. Goin' Back to Indiana

Second Leg Setlist

  1. Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/Mama's Pearl
  2. Brand New Thing
  3. Sugar Daddy
  4. I'll Be There
  5. Goin' Back to Indiana/Brand New Thing/Goin' Back to Indiana
  6. Bridge Over Troubled Water
  7. I Found That Girl
  8. I'm So Happy
  9. Lookin' Through the Windows
  10. Ain't Nothin' Like the Real Thing
  11. Ben
  12. Rockin' Robin
  13. Got to Be There
  14. You've Got a Friend
  15. That's How Love Goes
  16. Never Can Say Goodbye
  17. I Wanna Be Where You Are
  18. Medley: Walk On/The Love You Save

Tour DatesEdit

  • December 27, 1971 - Houston, Texas (Houston Coliseum)
  • December 28, 1971 - Dallas, Texas (Memorial Auditorium)
  • December 29, 1971 - Norfolk, (Hampton Coliseum
  • December 30, 1971 - Richmond (Richmond Coliseum
  • January 1, 1972 - Nashville, Tennessee (Municipal Auditorium)
  • January 2, 1972 - Greenville (Greenville Memorial Auditorium)
  • January 12, 1972 - Atlanta, Georgia (City Auditorium)
  • February 12, 1972 - St Louis, Missouri (Kiel Auditorium)
  • March 26, 1972 - Shreveport, Louisiana (Hirsch Memorial Coliseum)
  • March 27, 1972 - New Orleans, Louisiana Municipal Auditorium)
  • March 29, 1972 - Tampa, Florida (Curtis Hixon Hall)
  • March 31, 1972 - Jackson, Tennessee (State Fair Coliseum)
  • April 1, 1972 - Memphis, Tennessee (Mid-South Coliseum)
  • June 30, 1972 - New York City (Madison Square Garden)
  • July 1, 1972 - Baltimore, Maryland Civic Center)
  • July 2, 1972 - Norfolk, Virginia (Coliseum)
  • July 7, 1972 - Richmond, Virginia (Richmond Coliseum)
  • July 8, 1972 - Charlotte, North Carolina Coliseum)
  • July 9, 1972 - Greensboro, North Carolina (Coliseum)
  • July 14, 1972 - Cincinnati, Ohio (Cincinnati Gardens)
  • July 15, 1972 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Civic Center Arena)
  • July 16, 1972 - Cleveland, Ohio (Public Auditorium)
  • July 18, 1972 - Chicago, Illinois (International Amphitheatre)
  • July 21, 1972 - Tulsa, Oklahoma (Civic Center)
  • July 22, 1972 - Dallas, Texas (Memorial Auditorium)
  • July 23, 1972 - Houston, Texas (Coliseum)
  • July 24, 1972 - New Orleans, Louisiana (Municipal Auditorium)
  • July 29, 1972 - Chicago, Illinois (Amphitheatre)
  • July 30, 1972 - Chicago, Illinois (Amphitheatre)
  • August 4, 1972 - Columbia, Carolina Coliseum Arena)
  • August 5, 1972 - Atlanta, Georgia (Municipal Auditorium)
  • August 6, 1972 - Nashville, Tennessee (Municipal Auditorium)
  • August 11, 1972 - Savannah, Georgia (Civic Center)
  • August 12, 1972 - Washington, DC (Constitution Hall)
  • August 13, 1972 - Charleston, Virginia (Civic Center)
  • August 17, 1972 - Louisville, Kentucky State Fair)
  • August 18, 1972 - Kansas City, Missouri (Municipal Auditorium)
  • August 19, 1972 - St Louis, Missouri (Kiel Auditorium)
  • August 20, 1972 - Indianapolis, Indiana (Indiana State Fair)
  • August 22, 1972 - Sedalia, Missouri (Missouri State Fair)
  • August 25, 1972 - San Francisco, California (Cow-Palace)
  • August 26, 1972 - Los Angeles, California (Forum)
  • August 27, 1972 - San Diego, California (Sports Arena)
  • August 29, 1972 - Honolulu, Hawaii (Honolulu International Center Arena)
  • September 1972 - Chicago, Illinois (Black Plush Expo; "Save the Children" concert)
  • October 5, 1972 - Chicago, Illinois (International Theater)