1973

July

HH joins Stomu Yamash'ta's East Wind, featuring Gary Boyle (guitar), Brian Gascoigne (keyboards) and Hisako Yamash'ta (violin)
[24-30] London, Advision Studios (sessions for "Freedom Is Frightening") [East Wind]

December

Stomu Yamash'ta's East Wind makes its live debut, with new members Sammi Abu (vocals, congas & flute) and Nigel Morris (drums)
[30] London, Roundhouse [also: Sun Treader] [East Wind]

1974

January

[07] Manchester [East Wind]
[09-11] London, Olympic Studios (sessions for "One By One") [East Wind]
[14] London, Island Studios (session for "One By One") [East Wind]
[26] Leicester, University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]

February

[01] Southampton, University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[02] Nottingham, University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[03] Oxford, New Theatre [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
Morris Pert replaces Nigel Morris and Frank Tankowski replaces Gary Boyle
[06] Cardiff, University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[08] Uxbridge, Brunel University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[09] Coventry, Lanchester Poly [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[12] Cambridge, University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[15] Swansea, University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[16] Isleworth, Polytechnic [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[17] Bangor, University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[18] Liverpool, University [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
[19] Bristol, University [East Wind] (cancelled?)
[20] Norwich, University of East Anglia [East Wind] [support: Hatfield and the North]
Mike Travis replaces Morris Pert
[22] London, Theatre Royal Drury Lane [East Wind] [support: Sun Treader]
[26] Canterbury, University of Kent [East Wind] (cancelled?)
[27] London, Biba's [East Wind] (cancelled?)

March

[02] Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall [East Wind]
[03] London, Island Studios (session for "One By One") [East Wind]
[05] Birmingham, Barbarella's [East Wind]
[06] Manchester, Stoneground [East Wind]
[08] Warwick [East Wind] (?)
[09-10] Guildford, Civic Hall [East Wind] (?)
HH forms Monster Band with Elton Dean (alto sax & saxello), Lol Coxhill (soprano sax), Jean-Pierre Carolfi (keyboards), Jean-Pierre Weiller (bass) and Laurie Allan (drums)
Typical setlist : "Facelift", "Golden Section", "Oyster Perpetual", "Sliding Dogs", "Lily Kong", "Nozzles Tecalemit", "Get Together"
[12] Boulogne-Billancourt [nr Paris] (France), MJC (rehearsal) (afternoon) [Monster Band]
[12] Paris (France), Bar Noir de la Maison de l'ORTF (Pop Club radio show) (evening) [Monster Band]
[13] Lyon (France), Salle Rameau [Monster Band]
[14] Clermont-Ferrand (France) [Monster Band] (?)
[15] Jouy-en-Josas [nr Paris] (France), HEC Hall d'Honneur [supporting Caravan] [Monster Band]
[16] Poitiers (France), Les Arènes (Kosmess '74 Festival) [also: Amon Duul II, Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes, Au Bonheur Des Dames, Mahjun] [Monster Band]
Lol Coxhill and Laurie Allan return to England, and Mike Travis flies in from England especially for this final show
[20] Bordeaux (France), Théâtre de l'Alhambra [Monster Band]

April

[16] London (BBC2 In Concert) (broadcast June 5th) [East Wind]
[20] London, Island Studios (session for "One By One") [East Wind]
HH leaves East Wind (he is replaced by Alyn Ross)

May

HH joins Isotope alongside Gary Boyle (guitar), Nigel Morris (drums) and fellow newcomer Laurence Scott (keyboards)

June

[06] Ealing [nr London] [Isotope]
[07] Canterbury, Westgate Hall [Isotope]
[08] Cardiff, University [Isotope]
[09] London, Roundhouse [Isotope]
[14] Penzance [Isotope]
[15] Newquay [Isotope]
[22] Newcastle [Isotope]
[29] Cranwell [Isotope]
[30] Southend [Isotope]

July

[04] Liverpool [Isotope]
[06] London, Olympia (Rock Proms) [Isotope] [also: Tundra, Can, Kevin Ayers, Camel]
[14] London, ICA [Isotope]
[21] Guildford [Isotope]
[24] High Wycombe [Isotope]

August

[07-16] German & Dutch tour (Groningen, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Vlissingen...) [Isotope]
[18-24] Rockfield Studios (sessions for "Illusion") [Isotope]

September

[08] London, Theatre Royal Drury Lane [Robert Wyatt & Friends]
[15] Edinburgh, Calley Cinema [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[17] Glasgow, City Hall [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[18] Manchester, Free Trade Hall [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[23] Preston, Guildhall [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[24] Sheffield, City Hall [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[25] Bristol, Colston Hall [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[27] Chatham, Central Hall [supporting Gong] [Isotope]

October

[01] Bradford, University [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[02] Harley, Victoria Hall [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[03] Portsmouth [Isotope]
[05] St.Albans [Isotope]
[06] Hammersmith, Palais [ [supporting Gong, also: Good Habit] [Isotope]
[08] Cleethorpes, Winter Gardens [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[09] Hackney, Town Hall [supporting Gong, also Hatfield and the North] [Isotope]
[10] Liverpool, Stadium [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[14] Birmingham, Town Hall [supporting Gong] [Isotope]
[18] London, Polytechnic [Isotope]
[19] Nottingham [Isotope]
[20] Gravesend [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[21] London, Capital Radio (Sarah Ward Show) [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[24] Leeds [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[25] Sheffield [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[26] Manchester, UMIST [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[27] Newark [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[30] Durham, University [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]

November

[01] Nottingham [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[03] Cambridge [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[04] Birmingham [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[05] Manchester [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[06] Ilford [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[07] London [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[08] Slough [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[09] Bolton [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[11] London, Brunel College [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[12] London [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[15] Bristol [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[16] Cardiff [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[17] London [Isotope, also: Pete Atkin]
[22] Scunthorpe [Isotope]
[23] Hull [Isotope]
[27] Sheffield [Isotope]
[28] Newcastle [Isotope]
[29] St.Andrews [Isotope]
[30] Glasgow [Isotope]

December

[01] Hull [Isotope]
[20] Cheltenham [Isotope]
[22] Fulham, Greyhound [Isotope]
[--] Canterbury, Gulbenkian Theatre [Isotope]

1975

January

[09] BBC In Concert [Isotope]
[17] Burton-on-Trent [Isotope]
[18] Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall [Isotope]
[24] Brighton [Isotope]
[25] Loughborough [Isotope]
[30] Guildford [Isotope]
[31] Leicester [Isotope]

February

[01] Liverpool [Isotope]
[07] Leytonstone [Isotope]
[08] London, LSE [Isotope]
[09] Hull [Isotope]
[10] Doncaster [Isotope]
[12] Redruth [Isotope]
[13] Bristol [Isotope]
[14] Paris (France) [Isotope]
[16] Plymouth [Isotope]
[19] Leeds [Isotope]
[23] London [Isotope]
[25] London, Dingwalls [Isotope]

March

[13-14] Atlanta, GA (USA), Electric Ballroom [also: Allman Brothers Band] [Isotope]
[15] Cleveland, OH (USA), Smiling Dog Saloon [supporting Donald Byrd & The Blackbyrds] [Isotope]
(In the event, the Blackbyrds appeared *without* Donald Byrd)
[16] Columbus, OH (USA), Veterans Memorial Auditorium [also: Humble Pie] [Isotope]
[17] arrive in New York
[23] Roslyn, NY (USA), My Father's Place [Isotope]
[25] Bryn Mawr [nr Philadelphia], PA (USA), The Main Point [Isotope]
[28] Detroit, MI (USA), Ford Auditorium [also: Average White Band] [Isotope]

April

[03-05] New York City, NY (USA), Bottom Line [support: Manu DiBango] [Isotope]
(Note: Alphonse Mouzon jammed with Isotope on the April 4th show)
[07] return to London
[25] London, King's Cross [Isotope]

May

Aureo DeSouza joins Isotope on percussion
[03] Nancy (France) [Isotope]
[early] Montpellier? (France) [Isotope]
[early] Metz (France) [Isotope]
[16] European tour begins (Germany-Norway) [Isotope]
[20] Bremen (Germany), Postaula (Radio Bremen broadcast) [Isotope]

June

[05] Groningen (Netherlands), Jongerencentrum Vera [Isotope]
[13] Sheffield [Isotope]
[14] It is announced that Isotope are soon going to the USA for four months, to tour (beginning at LA's Roxy on Jul 10) and record their third album
[24] London, BBC Studios (Peel Session) [Isotope]
[26] Chelmsford [Isotope]
Aureo DeSouza is replaced by Jeff Seopardie
[27] Scarborough [Isotope]
[28] Nottingham [Isotope]

July

[18] Newcastle [Isotope]

August

[25] London, Ronnie Scott's Club [Isotope]

October

Zoe Kronberger joins on second keyboards
[25] London [Isotope]

November

[13] London, BBC TV (Stanley Myers music for TV play [HH, G.Windo, F.Monkman, C.Powell]

December

Laurence Scott and Zoe Kronberger leave, and Frank Roberts joins on keyboards
[05-18] German tour [Isotope]

1976

January

[16] Egham [London], Royal Holloway College [Isotope]
[18] London, Roundhouse [Isotope]

March

[01-04] London, Trident Studios (sessions for "Deep End") [Isotope]
[13] Colchester (with Zoe Kronberger) [Isotope]
[25] London, Britannia Row Studios [Gary Windo's "Steam Radio Tapes" Project]

April

[08] London, Britannia Row Studios [Gary Windo's "Steam Radio Tapes" Project]
[15] London, Britannia Row Studios [Gary Windo's "Steam Radio Tapes" Project]

May

[08-09] London, Mobile Mobile ["Hoppertunity Box" sessions]
[15-17] London, Mobile Mobile ["Hoppertunity Box" sessions]
[19-21] London, Mobile Mobile ["Hoppertunity Box" sessions]

September

[23] London, Britannia Row Studios [Gary Windo's "Steam Radio Tapes" Project]

October

Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean, Joe Gallivan and Keith Tippett form a quartet (named Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan)
[14-31] Scandinavia [HDTG]
(Orebro, Oslo, Karlstad, Helsinki, Yvaskyla, Joensuu, Arhus, Copenhague)

November

[01-02] Scandinavia [HDTG]
[22] Baden-Baden (Germany), SWF Jazz Meeting [with a band consisting of Carla Bley, Michael Mantler, Gary Windo, Aldo Romano, Edward Vesala, Wolfgang Dauner, Bo Stief, Rowell Rudd, Bob Stewart]

1977

April

[18-19] Paris (France), Théâtre Campagne-Première (two shows - 8.30/10pm) [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[21-24] Paris (France), Théâtre Campagne-Première (two shows - 8.30/10pm) [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[25-30] European tour [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]

May

[--] Copenhague (Denmark), Montmartre Club (week-long residency) [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[09] Bremen (Germany), Post-Aula (Radio Bremen broadcast) [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[--] Hamburg (Germany) [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[--] Schondorf (Germany) [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[--] Stuttgart (Germany) [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[15] Oslo (Norway), Folkestius [also: Henry Cow] [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[20] Karlstad (Sweden), Sundstaaulan [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[--] Nancy (France) [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[28] Annecy (France), Théâtre [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[29] Colmar (France), Amphi de la Foire aux Vins (Festival) [also: Gong-Expresso, The Police, Nico, Doctor Feelgood] [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]

June

[02-05] Barnes [London], Riverside Studios (sessions for "Mercy Dash") [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[08] Liverpool [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[09] Manchester [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[10] Glasgow, Third Eye Centre [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[14] Birmingham [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[15] London, Phoenix Club [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]
[18] Bracknell [Hopper-Dean-Tippett-Gallivan]

July

[18] London, Britannia Row Studios [Gary Windo's "Steam Radio Tapes" Project]
[21] London, Britannia Row Studios [Gary Windo's "Steam Radio Tapes" Project]

August

[21] London, Dingwall's (dress rehearsal) [Carla Bley Band]
[23-31] European tour [Carla Bley Band]
[24] Châteauvallon (France), Festival de Jazz [support: Galeshka Moravioff, Humair-Texier-Jeanneau Trio] [Carla Bley Band]

September

[01-10] European tour [Carla Bley Band]
[02-03] Alassio (Italy), Jazz Ad Alassio Festival [Carla Bley Band]
[--] Wengen (Switzerland), Jazz Festival
[Carla Bley Band]

1978

January

Soft Heap formed by Elton Dean (sax), Pip Pyle (drums), Hugh Hopper (bass) and Alan Gowen (keyboards)

April

Dave Sheen replaces Pip Pyle who is unable to make the tour, and the band is re-named Soft Head
[24] Toulouse (France), Théâtre du Taur [Soft Head]
[25] Bordeaux (France) [Soft Head]
[26] Angers (France), Beaurepaire [Soft Head]
[late] The Southern leg of the tour (Toulon, Nice) is cancelled and, instead, Hugh Hopper and Alan Gowen stay for a week at Jacky Barbier's club, while Elton Dean and Dave Sheen briefly return to England

May

[04] Lyon (France), Rock'n'Roll Mops [Soft Head]
[05] Grenoble (France) [Soft Head] (cancelled?)
[05-07] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Soft Head] (?)
[06] Paris (France), Bus Palladium [Soft Head] (cancelled?)
[09] Nancy (France), Palais des Congrès [Soft Head]
[10] Reims (France, Maison de la Culture [Soft Head]
Setlist: "Seven Drones", "Remain So", "Ranova", "The Lonely Sea And The Sky", "CRRC"
[11] Lille (France) [Soft Head]
[12] Braine-l'Alleud (Belgium), Kursaal [Soft Head]
[22-24] London, Wessex Studios [HH produces "Frames" by Keith Tippett's Ark]

June

Hopper joins a new incarnation of Alan Gowen's band Gilgamesh alongside Phil Lee (guitar) and Trevor Tomkins (drums)
[18-28] Llanfair [Wales], Foel Studios (sessions for Another Fine Tune You've Got Me Into) [Gilgamesh]

July

[19] London, Phoenix Club [Soft Head]
Setlist: "Ranova", "The Lonely Sea And The Sky", "One Three Nine", "Circle Line", "Seven Drones", "Remain So", "CRRC"

August

[20] London, Riverside Studios (Riverside Jazz Festival) [also: John Stevens' Away] [Soft Head]

October

Pip Pyle rejoins what again becomes Soft Heap
[02-07] London, Pathway Studios (sessions for "Soft Heap" album) [Soft Heap]

November

[22] London, Phoenix Club [Soft Heap]

December

[04] London, 100 Club [Soft Heap]
[17] Brighton [Mother Gong]
[19] London, Camden Electric Ballroom (Gong Xmas Party) [Mother Gong] [also: Nik Turner's Sphynx]

1980

June

[02-07] Tooting, Alan Gowen's home (sessions for "Two Rainbows Daily") [Hopper-Gowen]

September

[21] Bracknell, South Hill [Hopper-Gowen-Morris]

1981

June

[08] London, 100 Club (Alan Gowen memorial concert) [E.Dean-P.Miller-H.Hopper-N.Morris; also National Health, Rapid Eye Movement, Elton Dean...]
[13-15] Devon, Studios (sessions) [Mother Gong]

1983

November

[mid] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne (sessions for "Somewhere In France") [Hopper-Sinclair]
[19] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne (gig) [Hopper-Sinclair]

December

[19] London, Studio (sessions for "Amber And The Amberines") [Robert Wyatt]

1984

March

Hopper and Dean are briefly reunited with Joe Gallivan in this line-up organised by American reed player Peter Ponzol, also featuring German guitarist John Schroeder
[25] Frankfurt (Germany), Jazzkeller [P.Ponzol-E.Dean-J.Schroeder-H.Hopper-J.Gallivan]
[27] Wuppertal (Germany) [P.Ponzol-E.Dean-J.Schroeder-H.Hopper-J.Gallivan]

April

[21-22] Canterbury, Oakwood Studios (North & South project) [HH with R.Biddulph and A.Parsons]

October

[07] Canterbury, Christchurch College (Canterbury Fringe Festival) [R.Biddulph-H.Hopper-P.Pyle with guest L.Coxhill; also Caravan, Music Doctors, Moving Targets]

December

[03-20] French tour [Equip'Out]

1985

February

[03] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[06] Ramsgate [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[15] Canterbury, Tascolls [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[18] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[27] Canterbury, City Arms [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]

March

[04] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
Hopper joins Phil Miller's In Cahoots
[11-13] London [rehearsals] [In Cahoots]
[15] Canterbury, Tascolls [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[18-31] European tour [In Cahoots]

April

[01] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[03] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[10] Ramsgate [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[11] Folkestone, Pullman [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[15] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[24] Paris (France), New Morning [Equip'Out]
[29] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]

May

[13] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[14] Chatham, Chatham Chest [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[15] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Utopia [Oddjob]
[16] Wassenaar (Netherlands) [Oddjob]
[18] Delft (Netherlands), Eland [Oddjob]
[25] Vlissingen (Netherlands), De Piek [Oddjob]
[27] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[29] Ramsgate [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[30] Folkestone, Pullman [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]

June

[01] Canterbury, Romantica [P.White-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[10] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[15] [details unknown] [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[21] Canterbury, Tascolls [H.Hopper-R.Taylor-A.Taylor-L.Kay]
[22] Canterbury, Romantica [P.White-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[24] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[29] Canterbury, Gulbenkian [H.Hopper-R.Taylor-A.Taylor-L.Kay]

July

[08] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[20] Birchington [wedding reception] [P.White-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[22] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[25] London, Seven Dials [H.Hopper-E.Dean-J.Gallivan-K.Tippett-N.Evans-A.Tomlinson, J.Dvorak-J.Corbett]

August

[05] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[07] [details unknown] [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[08] [details unknown] [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[26] Canterbury, Alberrys [H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-L.Kay-P.Bowers]

September

[02] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
[03] London, Bull & Gate [Mad Axe Quartet: H.Hopper-M.Hewins-L.Coxhill-D.Sheen]
[06] Canterbury, Tascolls [P.White-M.Hanson-S.Scamp-H.Hopper]
Hopper Goes Dutch is formed, with Frank van der Kooij (sax), Kees van Veldhuizen (sax), Hans van der Zee (guitar), Dionys Breukers (keyboards) and André Maes (drums)
[20] Breda (Netherlands), Onkle Jean [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[21] Rotterdam (Netherlands), New Paradise [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[2?] Anvers (Belgium) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[24] Utrecht (Netherlands), Zeezicht [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[26] Breda (Netherlands), Library [HH & Eddy Moust]
[26] Dordrecht (Netherlands), Jazzhuis [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[27] Nijmegen (Netherlands) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[28] Baarle Nassau (Netherlands), Plus Hoek [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[29] Tilburg (Netherlands), Egelantier [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[30] Pijnacker (Netherlands), Trucker [Hopper Goes Dutch]

October

[01-07] European tour [In Cahoots]
[11-26] French tour [Equip'Out]
[28-31] Montpellier (France), Village Studios (sessions for first Equip'Out album) [Equip'Out + Didier Malherbe]

November

[01-02] Montpellier (France), Sax'Aphone [Equip'Out]
[09] Cambridge, Spaceward Studios [beginning of sessions for "Cutting Both Ways"] [In Cahoots]
[11] London, BBC Studios [Radio 3 'Jazz Today'] [In Cahoots]
[--] London, Thames TV [In Cahoots]
[15] Cambridge, Spaceward Studios [end of sessions for "Cutting Both Ways"] [In Cahoots]
[19] Chatham, Chatham Chest [H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-L.Kay-P.Bowers]

December

[09] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-P.Laslett-H.Hopper]
[23] Canterbury, Alberrys [P.White-M.Hanson-P.Laslett-H.Hopper]
[29] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]

1986

January

[17-31] French tour [P.Meyer Quartet]

February

[01] Saverne (France) [P.Meyer Quartet]
[23] Paris (France), Centre Américain [Equip'Out]
[25-28] French dates [P.Meyer Trio]

March

[01-06] French dates [P.Meyer Trio]
[15] Club Sangho (Tunisia) [S.Domancich-H.Hopper-P.Pyle]

April

[11-16] French dates [Equip'Out]
[19] Ris-Orangis (France), Le Plan [P.Meyer Quartet]

May

In Cahoots European tour

June

[19-21] French dates [P.Meyer Quartet]

July

In Cahoots British dates

October

Pieter Bast replaces André Maes on drums for the second Hopper Goes Dutch tour
[01] Heerlen (Netherlands) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[02] Breda (Netherlands), Klapcot [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[03] Arnhem (Netherlands) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[04] Alkmaar (Netherlands), Birdland [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[05] Turnhout (Netherlands) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[08] Eindhoven (Netherlands), Café Berlage [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[09] Gorinchem (Netherlands) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[10] Dordrecht (Netherlands), Metz [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[11] Oosterhout (Netherlands) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[12] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Spot The Loony [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[14-26] French tour [Equip'Out]
[25] Angers (France) [P.Meyer Quartet feat. S.Domancich]
[30] Poitiers (France) [P.Meyer Quartet feat. S.Domancich]

November

[02-09] UK tour [P.Meyer Trio]

December

[04-14] European tour [Equip'Out]
Hopper leaves Equip'Out

1987

February

[05] Tilburg (Netherlands), Kijkhuis [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[06] Liège (Belgium), Cirque Divers [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[07] Geleen [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[08] Oisterwijk [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[09] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[10] Utrecht (Netherlands), Zeezicht [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[11] Nijmegen (Netherlands) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[13] Valkenswaard (Netherlands), Parcival [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[14] Vlissingen (Netherlands) [Hopper Goes Dutch]
[15] Schiedam (Netherlands), Podium
[Hopper Goes Dutch]

March

Hopper is invited to tour with Flack Jacket, a band made up of former members of Low Flying Aircraft - Dan Maurer (drums), Jim Juhn (guitar) and Keith Tippett (piano)
[06] Berlin (Germany), Quartier Latin [Flack Jacket]
[12] Munich (Germany) [Flack Jacket]
[13] Immenstadt (Germany) [Flack Jacket]
[14] Schweinfurth (Germany) [Flack Jacket]
[15] Wasserburg (Germany) [Flack Jacket]
[19-20] Paris (France), Dunois [Flack Jacket] [guest: Frank van der Kooij]

April

[17] London, Jazz Emporium [Soft Heap: L.Coxhill-M.Hewins-H.Hopper-P.Pyle]
[25] Canterbury, Horseshoes [guest with Equip'Out]

May

[21] London, Seven Dials (Benefit for Elton Dean) [M.Hewins-J.Oslo-H.Hopper]

June

[17] Cambrai (France), Zénith [Anaïd]
[20] Cantin (France), Cave de la Bière [Anaïd]
[21] Bouffemont (France) [Anaïd]
[25] Montreuil-sur-Mer (France), Crèperie [Anaïd]
[26] Calais (France), Théâtre [Anaïd]
[28] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]

July

[05] Bracknell, Festival [In Cahoots]

August

[03] Canterbury, Alberrys [H.Hopper-L.Kay-?]
[04] Canterbury, Slippery Sam's [H.Hopper-L.Kay-?]

September

[29-30] UK dates [In Cahoots]

October

[30] Angers (France), Salle Jean Rostand [P.Meyer Quartet feat. S.Domancich]
Setlist: "Smashing China" [P.Pyle], "Charly" [S.Domancich], "Soupe Au Lait" [P.Pyle], "Day By Day" (jazz standard), "Wanglo Saxon" [H.Hopper], Improvisation, "Amusante Clementine" [P.Meyer], "Blott On The Landscape" [S.Domancich], "Glider" [H.Hopper], "Strawberry Fields Forever" [J.Lennon], "Springtime 85" [K.VanVeldhuizen]
[31] Zurich (Switzerland), Jazz Festival [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

November

[01] Lausanne (Switzerland) [P.Meyer Trio]
[09-29] European tour [In Cahoots]

December

[01-05] European tour [In Cahoots]
[08] Paris (France), Snecma [P.Meyer Quartet feat. S.Domancich]
[10] Archères (France) [P.Meyer Quartet feat. S.Domancich]

1988

January

[10] Brentwood, Monkeys [In Cahoots]
[17] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]

March

[03] Paris (France), Usines Renault [Anaïd]
[04] Grand Synthe (France) [Anaïd]
[05] Douai (France) [Anaïd]
More "Oh Moscow" dates, with Marilyn Mazur on drums
[11] Basel (Switzerland) [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[12] Bern (Switzerland), Muhle Hunzingen [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[13] Frankfurt (Germany), Jazz Festival [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

April

[23] Orléans (France), Saint-Jean [Anaïd]
[29-30] Tours (France), Le Petit Faucheux [Anaïd]

May

[06] Paris (France), Snecma [Anaïd]
[07] Calais (France) [Anaïd]

June

More "Oh Moscow" dates, with Charles Hayward on drums
[10] Mainz (Germany) [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[11] Cologne (Germany) [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[12] Frankfurt (Germany), Historisches Museum [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

July

[14] Chalon (France), Le Baryton [Anaïd]
[17] Decize (France), Péniche [Anaïd]
[17] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Anaïd]
[21] Montreuil-sur-Mer (France), Crèperie [Anaïd]
[22] Stomer (France), Moulin [Anaïd]
[27] Dinard (France) [Anaïd]
[28] Paimpol (France) [Anaïd]
[29] Clécy (France) [Anaïd]

August

[03-04] Auxerre (France), Péniche [Anaïd]
[11] St. Flour (France), Le Florian [Anaïd]
[12] Marcillac-sur-Croisilles (France), Crèperie [Anaïd]

October

[20] Leverkusen (Germany), Festival [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

November

[18] Paris (France), Studio (sessions for "Belladonna") [Anaïd]

1989

February

[10] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bimhuis [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[12] Williamsburg (Germany) [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[13] Hildesheim (Germany) [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[15-16] East Berlin (Germany), Die Wabe [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[18] West Berlin (Germany), Quartier Latin [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

July

[15] Nickelsdorf (Germany), Festival [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

September

[09] Karlsruhe (Germany), Schlossgarten [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
Hopper Goes Dutch becomes Hugh Hopper's Franglodutch Band with the addition of Patrice Meyer (guitar), both van der Zee and van Veldhuizen having left the band
[28] Alkmaar (Netherlands), Birdland [FrangloDutch Band]
[29] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bimhuis [FrangloDutch Band]
[30] Dordrecht (Netherlands), DJS [FrangloDutch Band]

October

More "Oh Moscow" dates with Marilyn Mazur back on drums
[04] Toronto (Canada), Music Gallery [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[05] Boston, MA (USA), ICA [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[06] Hartford, CT (USA) [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[08] Victoriaville, QC (Canada), FIMAV [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

December

Arend Niks replaces Pieter Bast on drums
[12] Gent (Belgium), Café Damberd [FrangloDutch Band]
[16] Eeklo (Belgium), Media [FrangloDutch Band]
[20] Liège (Belgium), Le Lion Sans Voiles [FrangloDutch Band]

1990

January

[19] Margate, Barnacles [H.Hopper-L.Kay-B.Scercek-A.James]

March

[28] Deal [H.Hopper-L.Kay-?]

May

Hugh Hopper & Friends is formed with Richard Sinclair (vocals & guitar), Mark Hewins (guitar), Andy Ward (drums) and Vince Clark (percussion)

June

[10] Canterbury, Summer Festival [Hugh Hopper & Friends]
Patrice Meyer doesn't play on these dates, for which van Veldhuizen briefly rejoins
[28] Hilversum (Netherlands) [FrangloDutch Band]
[29] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Thelonius [FrangloDutch Band]
[30] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Quelle [FrangloDutch Band]

July

Charles Hayward rejoins for the following "Oh Moscow" performance
[17] Imola (Italy), Festival [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

September

Meyer and Pieter Bast come back to the fold for the longest enduring line-up of the band
[13] Breda (Netherlands), Bellevue [FrangloDutch Band]
[14] Bruxelles (Belgium), Bruzzle Festival [FrangloDutch Band]
[23] Canterbury, Cathedral (Childhood Vigil) [H.Hopper-R.Sinclair-A.Ward-D.Jones-P.Mudge-Wood]

October

Hugh Hopper & Friends is renamed Going Going
[13] Folkestone, Metronome [Going Going]
[14] Brixton [London], The Fridge [Going Going] [supporting GongMaison]
[17] Paris (France), Snecma [FrangloDutch Band]
[19] St. Germain-en-Laye [nr Paris] (France), La Clef [FrangloDutch Band]

November

Peter Fairclough joins on drums for the following "Oh Moscow" performance
[03] Tampere (Italy), Festival [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[24] London, George Robey [Going Going]

1991

February

[22] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bimhuis [FrangloDutch Band]
[23] Dordrecht (Netherlands), DJS [FrangloDutch Band]
[24] Breda (Netherlands), Bommel [FrangloDutch Band]

March

[20] Liège (Belgium), Lion Sans Voiles [FrangloDutch Band]
[22] Frankfurt (Germany), Alte Brauerei [FrangloDutch Band]
[23] Immenstadt (Germany), Rainbow [FrangloDutch Band]
[28] Nijmegen (Netherlands) [FrangloDutch Band]

May

Hugh Hopper forms Hugh Hopper & Special Friends, later to become Short Wave, with a line-up of himself, Didier Malherbe, Phil Miller and Pip Pyle
[12] Le Mans (France), Europa Jazz Festival [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends - debut]

September

Chris Cutler joins on drums for the following "Oh Moscow" performances
[25] Moscow (Russia), TV Concert [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]
[28] Volgograd (Russia) [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

October

[04] Breda (Netherlands), Het Hijgend Hert [FrangloDutch Band]
[05] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Thelonius [FrangloDutch Band]
[23] London, rehearsal [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]

November

[04] Paris (France), rehearsal [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[06] Paris (France), New Morning [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[08] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[09] Clamecy (France) [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]

December

[07] Canterbury, Penny Theatre [John Atkinson & Sons: JA-H.Hopper-R.Biddulph-C.Lucas-C.Humphries]
[20] Greenwich, Up The Creek [John Atkinson & Sons: JA-H.Hopper-R.Biddulph-C.Lucas]

1992

February

[25] Gent (Belgium), Café Damberd [FrangloDutch Band]
[27] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [FrangloDutch Band]
[28] Haarlem (Netherlands), Jazzhuis [FrangloDutch Band]
[29] Groningen (Netherlands), Spiegel [FrangloDutch Band]

June

[26] London, Rumours [FrangloDutch Band]
[27] Birmingham, Cannonball [FrangloDutch Band]
[28] Brentwood, Monkeys [FrangloDutch Band]
[30] Whitstable, Tankerton Arms [guest: Robert Jarvis] [FrangloDutch Band]

July

[01] Broadstairs, Library [FrangloDutch Band]
[02] Colchester, St.Mary's [FrangloDutch Band]

September

[26-28] Chennevières-sur-Marne [nr Paris] (France), Gimini Studio [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[29] Paris (France), New Morning [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[30] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]

October

[01] Marseille (France), Métronome [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[02] La Garde-Freinet (France), Le Lézard [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[03] Perpignan (France), Théâtre Municipal (Festival de Jazz) [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[05] Lille (France), Aéronef [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[09] Canterbury, Horseshoes [H.Hopper-L.Kay-V.Clark-J.Stahl]

November

[04] Margate, Giorgio's [Fletch: H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-L.Kay-A.James]
[14] Whitstable, Tankerton Arms [Fletch: H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-S.Scamp-L.Kay]
[15] Rochester, Ship Inn [Fletch: H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-S.Scamp-L.Kay]
[20] Canterbury, Broome Park [H.Hopper-C.Welch-S.J.Cartier-F.Gelnick]
[28] Groningen (Netherlands), Spiegel [FrangloDutch Band]
[29] Breda (Netherlands), Boulevard
[FrangloDutch Band]

1993

January

[14] Whitstable, Tankerton Arms [Fletch: H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-A.James-D.Barrett]

April

[16] Lower Hardres, Three Horseshoes [H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-D.Barrett]

May

[07] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Short Wave]
[08] Clermont-Ferrand (France), Maison du Peuple [Short Wave]
[22] London, Lilian Baylis Theatre [Lindsay Cooper "Oh Moscow"]

June

[01-04] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne (sessions for "Hooligan Romantics") [H.Hopper-J.Atkinson-D.Breukers]
[29] Whitstable, Tankerton Arms [Fletch: H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-A.James-L.Kay]

July

[21] Canterbury, Simple Simon's [Fletch: H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-D.Hawker-A.James-R.Jarvis]
[23] Lower Hardres, Three Horseshoes [H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-L.Kay]

August

[11] Canterbury, Simple Simon's [Fletch: H.Hopper-L.Fletcher-D.Hawker-A.James-J.Atwood]

September

[11] Petnam Function, Old Poor House [H.Hopper-J.Clarke-Les ?-Miles ?]

October

[29] Limoges (France), Rocque-Tamboule [Short Wave]

November

Kim Weemhoff replaces Pieter Bast on drums
[05] St.Germain-en-Laye [nr Paris] (France), La Clef [FrangloDutch Band]
[06] Montreuil [nr Paris] (France), Instants Chavirés [FrangloDutch Band]
[11] London, Premises (sessions) [Conglomerate]
[28] London, The Orange [Short Wave]

December

[05] Brentwood, New Arts Theatre [Short Wave]
[06] Canterbury, St.Radigans Hall [Short Wave]
[07] Whitstable, Tankerton's Arms [Short Wave]

1994

January

[07] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bimhuis [FrangloDutch Band]
[11] Frankfurt (Germany), Sinkkasten [FrangloDutch Band]

March

[11] Broadstairs, Library [FrangloDutch Band]
[12] Whitstable, Elsewhere Studios [FrangloDutch Band]
[13] Whitstable, Elsewhere Studios [FrangloDutch Band]
Pip Pyle joins on drums
[21] Chennevières (France), Gimini Studios [rehearsal] [FrangloDutch Band]
[23] Nijmegen (Netherlands) [FrangloDutch Band]
[24] Anvers (Belgium), De Muze [FrangloDutch Band]
[25] Breda (Netherlands), Het Hijgend Hert [FrangloDutch Band]

October

Chris Strik joins on drums
[15] Breda (Netherlands), Boulevard [FrangloDutch Band]
[18] Gent (Netherlands), Damberd [FrangloDutch Band]
[19] Nancy (France), CCN [FrangloDutch Band]
[20] Strasbourg (France), Café des Anges [FrangloDutch Band]
[21] Ernolsheim-lès-Saverne (France), Cheval Noir [FrangloDutch Band]
[21-22] Chennevières-sur-Marne [nr Paris] (France), Gimini Studio [HH session for Pip Pyle's solo album]

November

[16-17] London (sessions for "Adreamor") [Hopper-Hewins]
[24] Breda (Netherlands), Boulevard [Short Wave + special guest Elton Dean]
[25] Tourcoing (France), Théâtre G.Dael [also: Lydia Domancich Quartet] [Short Wave + special guest Elton Dean]
[26] Bruxelles (Belgium), Full Moon [Short Wave]

December

[05-06] London, Musart Studio (sessions for "Adreamor") [Hopper-Hewins]

1995

March

Kim Weemhoff rejoins
[01] Gent, Charlatan
[02] Tilburg, Paradox
[04] Utrecht, Vredeburg
[09] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Short Wave]
[10] Macon (France), Cave à Musique [Short Wave]
[11] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Short Wave]

April

[07-08] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [guest: Frank van der Kooij] [Mashu]
[12] Ajaccio (France), Ajagha [Mashu]
[13] Paris (France), Passage du Nord-Ouest [guests: Elton Dean & Didier Malherbe] [Mashu]
[15-16] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest De La Grosne [guest: Mic Gidon] [Mashu]

May

[06] Lillers (France), Théâtre de l'Abattoir [Short Wave]
[10] Tours (France), Grange de Mesley [Short Wave]
[29] Astra Studios (sessions for "House With No Door") [Gizmo]

July

[15] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Dean-Miller-Hopper-Pyle] [guest: Gaël Horelou]
[30] London, Vortex Jazz Bar (Global Warming) [HH, E.Dean, J.Dvorak, T.Marsh]

August

[12] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Mangeurs - HH, Mic Gidon, Muriel Natale]
North And South is re-activated with a line-up of HH, Mike Travis, P.Flush and S.Ketley
[23] Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
[24] Edinburgh, Spiegeltent (Book Festival) [North And South]

September

[11] London, Musart Studio (rehearsal/demo session) [Hopper-Hewins-Pyle]
[27] Noise Studios, NJ (USA) (sessions for Hopper-Kramer "Huge") [Hopper-Kramer]
[29] Osaka (Japan) [Hopper-Kramer + S.Watson, D.Krukowski, Dogbowl]
[30] Tokyo (Japan), Guilty [Hopper-Kramer + S.Watson, D.Krukowski, Dogbowl]

1996

February

[16] Strasbourg (France), Café des Anges [Short Wave]
[17] Sarreguemines (France), Casino [Short Wave]

March

Maarten Kruiswijk joins on drums, Dionys Breukers has left
[01] Bruxelles, Magasin 4
[03] Breda, Het Hijgend Hert
[05] Gent, Café Damberd
[08] Massy [nr Paris] (France), Centre Culturel P.Balliart [HH-P.Meyer-B.Tocanne]

April

[14-16] Noise Studios, NJ (USA) (sessions for Hopper-Kramer "Huge") [Hopper-Kramer]

May

[01-06] Seattle, WA (USA) (sessions for Hughscore "Highspot Paradox") [Hughscore]
[18] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Mangeurs - HH, Mic Gidon, Muriel Natale]

July

[14] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Mangeurs - HH, Mic Gidon, Muriel Natale]

August

[24] Whitstable, Island Wall (Benefit Concert) [HH, M.Hewins, R.Jarvis...]

September

[12] Folkestone, Leas Clif Hall [Gizmo]
[21] Harlingen, Canterbury In Harligen Festival
[29] Folkestone, Pullman Wine Bar [Gizmo]

November

[12] Whistable, Tankerton Arms [Hewins-Hopper-Clarke]
[26] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [Mashu]
[29] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [guest: Mic Gidon] [Mashu]
[30] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [guest: Gaël Horelou] [Mashu]

1997

February

[28] Chartham, Elsewhere Studios (session) [Dean-Knight-Hopper-Clarke]

March

[09] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Dizzy
[22] Béthune (France), Le Poche

November

[03] London, Musart Studio (rehearsal) [Mashu]
[04] Lille (France), Café de Paris [Mashu]
[05] Loos (France), Prison [Mashu]
[05] Lille (France), Sous-Sol [Mashu]
[07] Die (France), Réfectoire [Mashu]
[08] Montluçon (France), Le Guingois [Mashu]
[09] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Mashu]

1998

April

[08] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [Mashu]

May

[08] Elsewhere Studios (rehearsal) [HH, F.Knight, V.Clarke]
Chris Strik rejoins
[30] Deventer (Netherlands), Het Ei van Columbus
Setlist: "For Alan", "Small Creatures" [S.Franklin], "Shuffle Demons", "Fa Si La", "Grosso Modo", "Horny Brownie" // unknown, "Sliding Dogs", "Lux Beta", unknown, "Spanish Knee"
[31] Utrecht (Netherlands), Tivoli [supporting Caravan]

June

[14-15] Graveney, Village Hall (rehearsals) [Brainville]
[16] Leeds, Duchess [Brainville]
[17] Stoke-on-Trent [Brainville]
[18] Ashburton, Lanterns [Brainville]
[19] Leicester, Physio & Firkin [guest: Graham Clark] [Brainville]
[20] London, King's Cross (workshop) [Brainville]

August

[14] St.Gengoux, Marché de Huit [Mangeurs - HH, Mic Gidon, Muriel Natale, P.Pyle]
[15] Sentilly, Bois Plain [Mangeurs - HH, Mic Gidon, Muriel Natale, P.Pyle]

September

[05] New York City, NY (USA), Knitting Factory [Brainville]
[06-10] New York City, NY (USA), Knitting Factory (sessions) [Brainville]
[08] New York City, NY (USA), Knitting Factory [Brainville + Tribute to R.Wyatt]

December

[08] St.Germain-en-Laye [nr Paris] (France), La Clef [PolySoft]

1999

February

[05] Annecy (France), Le Brise-Glace [PolySoft]

September

[04] Augustusburg (Germany) [SoftWare - E.Dean, K.Tippett, HH, J.Marshall]

November

[19] Argenteuil (France), La Cave Dimière [Franglo Band - HH, P.Meyer, P-O.Govin, F.Verly]

2000

March

[22] Streatham [nr London], Gary Barnacle's studio (session for "As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still") [HH, D.Stewart, J.Jakszyk, C.Brooks]

June

[12-13] Brixton, The Moat (session with Gary Smith & S.Hanu) [Hopper-Smith-Hanu]

September

A one-off line-up for this short series - HH, Frank van der Kooy (sax), Robert Jarvis (trombone) and Oscar Schutze (drums)
[19] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Dizzy [HH Quartet]
Setlist: "Wanglo Saxon", "Virus Day [HH], "Morrow's Tale" [R.Jarvis], Improv, "Was A Friends", "Sliding Dogs" // "Seven For Lee", "The Green And The Yellow" [R.Jarvis], "Lux Beta", "Last Remark", "Wrong Gong" [HH], "Miniluv"
[22] Kloosterlan (Netherlands) (recording) [HH-F.v.d.Kooy-R.Jarvis]
[22] Breda (Netherlands), Heijgend Hert [HH Quartet]
[23] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bimhuis [HH Quartet]

November

[07] London, Crescent Studios (rehearsal) [HH & P.Miller]
[09] Chartham, Delta Studios (HH fuzz bass on "I Have A Load")
[12] Stockwell [London], Moat [Hopper-S.Kloessner with P.Miller & C.Hayward]
[14] London, Garage [Hopper-S.Kloessner with P.Miller & C.Hayward]

December

[01] Chartham, Delta Studios (Phil Miller guitar on "Insist", "Crowded", "Out There", "If No Enemy")
[07] Chartham, Delta Studios (Julian Whitfield guitar & HH bass on "Some Chase Money", "I Have A Load", "Side By Side")

2001

February

[06] Chartham, Delta Studios (bass on "Too Good To Be True", brass on "Too Good...", "Some Chase", "I Have A Load")

March

[15] Chartham, Delta Studios (bass on "Some Chase")

April

[27] Nyons (France) [C.Fritsch-HH-M.Gidon]

May

[27] Chartham, Delta Studios (Charles Hayward drums on "If No" and "Out There", HH bass and CH drums on "Big Bombay")

2002

April

[04-05] Deptford, Centurion [guest with Charles Hayward's Out Of Body Orchestra]

May

[05] Chartham, Delta Studios (Pierre-Olivier Govin session for Hopper-Whitfield album)
[11] St.Jean-aux-Bois [nr Compiègne] (France) [Franglo Band - HH, P.Meyer, P-O.Govin, F.Verly + Pip Pyle (drums on "Miniluv")]
[24] Deptford, Centurion [Swimmer: Jan Ponsford, Frances Knight, HH, Vince Clarke]

June

[02-04] London, Eastcote Studios (sessions for "Abracadabra") [SoftWorks]
[27] Chartham, Delta Studios (Liam Genockey session for Hopper-Whitfield album)

July

[01] Chartham, Delta Studios (Jan Ponsford session for Hopper-Whitfield album)

August

[14-15] Seattle, WA (USA), Flora Studio (rehearsal) [Hughscore]
[16] Seattle, WA (USA), Moore Theatre (Progman Cometh Festival) [Hughscore; also: Pip Pyle's Bash, Glass]
Setlist: "Septal" [HH], "Biker Riff Squad" [Franzoni], "0808" [HH/F.Chalenor], "Disappearing Karl" / "Big Bombay" / "Sevmitch" [HH/F.Chalenor], "Tokitae" [E.DiFalco], "Was A Friend" [HH/R.Wyatt], "Sliding Dogs" [HH]
[17] Seattle, WA (USA), Moore Theatre (Progman Cometh Festival) [SoftWorks; also: Richard Sinclair & David Rees-Williams]

September

[12-13] Paris (France), Studio Campus (rehearsals) [PolySoft with Elton Dean]
[13-14] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton [PolySoft with Elton Dean]

December

[07] Norwich, King Of Hearts (Burning Shed night) [HH, Theo Travis, Christine Janet]

2003

March

[13] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton [Franglo Band - HH, P.Meyer, P-O.Govin, F.Verly + Didier Malherbe (bamboo flute & sopranino sax on "Miniluv")]
Setlist: "Wanglo-Saxon", "Sliding Dogs", "No Long Solos", "Mr Sims", "Shuffle Demons" // Improv / "Facelift", "The Lonely Sea And The Sky", "Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening", 12-String & Tabla Improv, "Lux Beta", "Horny Brownie", "Miniluv" // "Seven For Lee"
[14] Le Creusot (France), Festival des Giboulles [Mangeurs: Mic Mure, HH, Mario Perrera]

May

[29-30] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Festival Les Tritonales) [PolySoft with Elton Dean]

June

[08] Belle-Ile (France), Golf [E.Dean-P.Meyer-H.Hopper-P.Pyle-Y.Hamon]

August

[02] Seattle, WA (USA), Moore Theatre (Progman Cometh Festival) [Jerry Cook's Two Monkey Finger All-Star Band]
[08-09] Tokyo (Japan), Ebisu [SoftWorks]
[10] Tokyo (Japan), Gok Studio [E.Dean-H.Hopper-Hoppy Kamiyama-Tatsuya Yoshida]
[10] Tokyo (Japan) [SoftWorks]
[11] Osaka (Japan) [SoftWorks]
[26] London, Clinker [Gimlet: E.Dean-J.Dvorak-H.Hopper-M.Fletcher]

September

New project NDIO is formed by Frank van der Kooij, with Hugh Hopper (bass), Kim Weemhof (drums), Robert Jarvis (trombone), Niels Brouwer (guitar) and Paul Maassen (keyboards), and plays its first gig at the Breda Op Maat Festival
[21] Breda (Netherlands), Breda Op Maat Festival [NDIO]
Setlist: "Tabou", "Wise Men", "Last Night Of The Prawns", "Big Bombay"

December

[12] Breda (Netherlands), Hijgend Hert [NDIO]

2004

January

[29] Sarzana [nr La Spezia] (Italy), Jux Tap [SoftWorks]
[30] Marghera [nr Venice] (Italy), 041 [SoftWorks]
[31] Trento (Italy), Teatro Auditorium S. Chiara [SoftWorks]

February

[02] Forli (Italy), Naima Club [SoftWorks]
[03] Florence (Italy), Auditorium F.L.O.G. [SoftWorks]

March

[05] Mexicali (Mexico), Teatro Del Estrado (Baja Prog Festival) [SoftWorks]
Setlist: "Seven Formerly", "Alphrazallan", "Baker's Treat", Sax/Guitar Duo, "K Licks", "Kings And Queens", "Willie The Knee", Drum Solo, "Abracadabra", "Madame Vintage", "As If", "Facelift"

May

[07] Norwich Festival, BurningShed Night [HH & Theo Travis, also Tim Bowness, Roger Eno...]
[13] London (New Cross), Amersham Arms [HH, C.Hayward, L.Coxhill & O.Robinson]
[29] St.Jean-aux-Bois [nr Compiègne] (France), Les Naïades [Franglo Band]
Setlist: "Wanglo-Saxon", "Sliding Dogs", "Mr Sims", "No Long Solos", "Shuffle Demons" // "Was A Friend", "Lux Beta", "Dabinaire", "For Alan", "Horny Brownie" // "Miniluv"
[30] Verviers (Belgium), Spirit Of '66 [Franglo Band, with Manuel Denizet on drums]

June

Soft Bounds formed by Elton Dean, Hugh Hopper, Sophia Domancich (piano & Fender Rhodes) and Simon Goubert (drums)
[17] Les Lilas [nr Paris], Le Triton (Festival Les Tritonales) [Soft Bounds]
Setlist: "Gimlet Abides" [Dean] / "First In The Wagon" [Dean], "Slightly All The Time" [Ratledge] // "Kings And Queens" [Hopper], "The Lonely Sea And The Sky" [Hopper], "La Part Des Anges" [Domancich], "Le Retour D'Emmanuel Philibert" [Goubert] // "Slightly All The Time" (middle section & "Noisette") [encore]

August

[29] Whitstable, Beach [HH, M.Hewins, B.Loveday]

September

[19] Whitstable, Horsebridge Arts Centre [HH, M.Hewins, A.Dunn, R.Jarvis]

October

First two gigs by a new variant of SoftWorks, the Soft Machine Legacy - Liam Genockey deps for Marshall who has ligament problems
[09] Eskisehir Jazz Festival (Turkey) [E.Dean-J.Etheridge-H.Hopper-L.Genockey]
[15] Usti nad Lebem Festival, Czech Republik [E.Dean-J.Etheridge-H.Hopper-L.Genockey]
Setlist: "Baker's Treat", "Facelift", "As If", "Gimlet Abides", "Strange Comforts" [Etheridge], "Wanglo Saxon", "Miniluv", "Willie The Knee", "Seven For Lee"

[17] Whitstable, Horsebridge Arts Centre [HH, M.Hewins, E.Dean & B.Loveday]

November

[09] London (New Cross), Amersham Arms [Clear Frame: HH, C.Hayward, L.Coxhill & O.Robinson]
[11] Nevers (France), Festival de Jazz [Alain Blésing "Songs From The Beginning"]
[15] London, Royal Festival Hall [Clear Frame: HH, C.Hayward, L.Coxhill & O.Robinson]
[21] Whitstable, Horsebridge Arts Centre [HH, M.Hewins, R.Sinclair & Chizuko Ura]
[26-27] Paris (France), Sunset [Soft Bounds]
Setlist: "The Day Before" [S.Domancich], "Spanish Knee", "Kings And Queens", "Le Retour D'Emmanuel Philibert" // "Slightly All The Time" [abridged], "Gimlet Abides", "First In The Wagon", "Grey Day" [E.Dean] // "La Part Des Anges", "One Two One Two" [H.Hopper]

2005

January

[13] Les Lilas [nr Paris], Le Triton (party to celebrate opening of new restaurant at the club, and the launch of Hélène Collon's book of photos taken at gigs at the Triton) [Elton Dean-Hugh Hopper Duo] ("La Part Des Anges", "Kings And Queens", "Seven For Lee" performed) [also: John Greaves solo, Lydia Domancich with Elise Caron and Marthe Vassallo, Emmanuel Bex & Olivier Py duo]
[28] Breda (Netherlands), Hijgend Hert [NDIO]

February

[02] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Zaal 100 [NDIO]
[04] Dordrecht (Netherlands), DJS [NDIO]
Recording for Cuneiform Records [NDIO]
[11] Whitstable, Horsebridge Arts Centre [HH, M.Hewins, D.Sinclair]
[22] New Cross [London], Amersham Arms [Clear Frame]
[25] London, BBC Studios (Radio 3's "Jazz On 3" programme) [Clear Frame]

March

[11] Whitstable, Horsebridge Arts Centre [HH & M.Hewins]

April

[12] New Cross [London], Amersham Arms [Clear Frame]

May

[04] Norwich, The Garage [HH, Mark Hewins & Elton Dean]
[06] Coutances (France), Festival Jazz Sous Les Pommiers [Songs from the Beginning]
[10] Zaandam (Netherlands), De Kade [Soft Machine Legacy]
Setlist: "Seven For Lee", "Ash", "Wanglo-Saxon", "One Two One Two", "Baker's Treat", "The Grape Hounde" // "Grey Day", drum solo, guitar & drums duo, "Big Creese", "Kings And Queens", "As If" // "Facelift"
[12] Southampton, The Brook [Soft Machine Legacy] (cancelled)
[13] London, Mean Fiddler [Soft Machine Legacy]
[14] Deal, Astor Theatre [Soft Machine Legacy] (cancelled)
[15] Bilston, Robin 2 Club [Soft Machine Legacy]
[20] Bailleval [nr Nogent-sur-Oise] (France), Salle Polyvalente [Franglo Band]
[21] Graz (Austria) [HH, W.Reisinger, A.Schreiber & A.Pokorn - free improv]

June

[09] Marseille (France), Le Cri du Port [Soft Bounds - Jean-Michel Couchet on sax]
[11] Les Lilas [nr Paris], Le Triton (Les Tritonales) [Soft Bounds] [guest: Jean-Michel Couchet]
[17] Frasne/Pontarlier (France), Festival Jazz En Franche-Comté [Soft Bounds] [also: Dondestan Tribute To Robert Wyatt]
Due to John Marshall suffering from hernia, he is replaced by Mark Fletcher and Liam Genockey on Soft Machine Legacy dates, and most of the projected Italian tour is postponed to September
[20] Barcelona (Spain) [Soft Machine Legacy - Mark Fletcher on drums]
[22] Glasgow, Spiegel Tent (Glasgow Festival) [Soft Machine Legacy - Mark Fletcher on drums]

July

[01] Mendrisio (Switzerland), Piazalle della Valle (Lugano Jazz Festival) [Soft Machine Legacy - Liam Genockey on drums]
[06-07] Paris (France), New Morning [Soft Machine Legacy - Mark Fletcher on drums] [guest: Pip Pyle on encore, Jul 7 only]
[09] Perugia (Italy), Umbria Jazz Festival [Soft Machine Legacy - Liam Genockey on drums]
[11] Rome (Italy) [Soft Machine Legacy - Liam Genockey on drums]
[12] Ascoli Piceno (Italy) [Soft Machine Legacy - Liam Genockey on drums]
[14] Genova (Italy) [Soft Machine Legacy - Liam Genockey on drums]
[16] Olbia (Sardinia/Italy) [Soft Machine Legacy - Liam Genockey on drums]

August

[14] Brecon (Wales), Jazz Festival [Clear Frame]

September

[04-05] London, Eastcote Studios (sessions for eponymous album) [Soft Machine Legacy]
[16] Breda (Netherlands), Hijgend Hert [HH, M.Hewins & F. van der Kooij]

[17] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Boijmans van Bueningen Museum [HH, M.Hewins & F. van der Kooij]

October

[14] Chalon-sur-Saône (France), L'Arrosoir [Songs from the Beginning]
[15] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton [Songs from the Beginning]

November

[12] Leverkusen (Germany), Jazz Festival [Soft Machine Legacy]

December

[12] Paris (France), New Morning [Soft Machine Legacy]
[15] Marseille (France), Montevideo Club [Soft Machine Legacy]
[16] Nice (France), Cedac de Cimiez [Soft Machine Legacy]

2006

January

[19] London, Boston Arms (Tuffnell Park) [Clear Frame]

February

[01] Wavendon, Theatre [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[08] Elton Dean dies in London
[08-10] London, Pizza Express Jazz Club [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[24] Rome (Italy) [Soft Machine Legacy] (cancelled)

March

[03] Exeter, Vibraphonic Festival [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]

April

[30] Le Mans (France), Europa Jazz Festival [Soft Bounds with Simon Picard]

May

[04] Paris (France), Sunset Jazz Club [Soft Bounds with Simon Picard]
[09] London, 100 Club (Elton Dean Memorial Concert) [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis, also Keith Tippett...]
[18] Birkenhead, Pacific Arts Centre (Into The Cool Festival) [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[25] Les Pennes-Mirabeau [nr Marseille] (France), Jas Rod (ProgSud Festival) [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[27] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Elton Dean Memorial Concert) [Soft Bounds trio plus Pierre-Olivier Govin, Jim Dvorak & Patrice Meyer] [also: Pip Pyle's Equip'Out, Faton Cahen Trio, John Greaves & Sophia Domancich, Patrice Meyer & Didier Malherbe, The Wrong Object, All-Star Jam]
[29] Coventry, Jazz Festival [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]

June

[02] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Tritonales Festival) [Mahavishnu Birds Of Fire Revisited: HH, Chris Cutler, Patrice Meyer & François Verly]
[14] Monza (Italy), Festival [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis] (cancelled)
[17-18] Kawasaki [nr Tokyo] (Japan), Club Citta [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[23] Breda (Netherlands) [Cortex: HH, Frank van der Kooij & Mark Hewins]
[25] Udine (Italy), Paladrome (Festival) [Soft Machine Legacy with Paul Dunmall]
[30] Camberwell [London], College of Arts (Camberwell Arts Festival) [Clear Frame - minus Lol Coxhill]

July

[06] Alessandria [Torino] (Italy), San Giliano Nouvo [Soft Machine Legacy with Paul Dunmall]
[15] Bad Doberan [Rostock] (Germany), Zappanale Festival [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[19] Berlin (Germany), Quasimodo [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[20] Dortmund (Germany), FZW [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[21] Burg-Herzberg (Germany), Festival [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]

August

[13] Birchington [Margate], Quex House [M.Hewins, A.Maguire & HH] [guest: Pip Pyle] [also: Humphrey Littleton Band]
[17-20] New York City, NY (USA), Iridium Jazz Club [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis] (cancelled)
[25] Malguénac (France), Salle Claude Nougaro (Festival Arts des Villes et des Champs) [Polysoft] [also: Sextet De Lyon, François Tusques Sextet, Snake Oil, Pienza, Dr Knock]
[28] Burnham [Norfolk], Hoste Arms / Burnham Market [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]

October

[02-03] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (recording sessions) [Alain Blésing's Songs From The Beginning]
[15] Marsden Jazz Festival [Soft Machine Legacy with Theo Travis]
[20] Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury Festival) [also: The Puffins, Hatfield and the North] [Brainville 3]
Setlist: Bass/Drums Improv, "That's How Much I Need You Now", "Who's Afraid ?", "Hope For Happiness", "Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening", "I've Bin Stoned Before", "Dynamite" (incl. "We Did It Again")
[23] Tel Aviv (Israel), Zappa Club [Brainville 3]

December

[14] New York City, NY (USA), The Stone (two sets) [Bone]
[15] New York City, NY (USA), The Stone [F.Frith, H.Hopper & C.Cutler Trio] [also: F.Frith & C.Cutler Duo]

2007

January

[11-12] London, Pizza Express Jazz Club [Soft Machine Legacy]
[19] Catania (Italy), Centro Zo (Etna Festival) [guest with Delta Saxophone Quartet]

March

[03] Cologne (Germany), Basement (Nozart Festival) [HH & C.Cutler]
[19] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (JP Vivante Birthday Party) [Soft Bounds w. P-O Govin]
[22] Southend, Cliffs Pavilion Jazz Bar [Soft Machine Legacy]

May

[01] Rudersdorf (Austria) [HH & Gilbert Isbin & I. Fournier]
[05] Cluny (France), Théâtre de Cluny (Tribute to Jacky Barbier) ["Canterbury Legends": HH, D.Malherbe, P.Miller, P.Meyer, A.Maguire, M.Denizet] [also: Zao, etc.]
[30-31] Canterbury, Delta Studios (rehearsal/recording) [Brainville 3]

June

[03] London, Borderline [Brainville 3]
[04] Fasano (Italy), Fasano Jazz Festival
[Soft Machine Legacy]
[07] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Tritonales)
[Colorphone]
[08] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Tritonales) [Brainville 3]
[09] Saint-Etienne (France), Musée des Mines (Festival) [Brainville 3]
[10] Berlin-Kreutzberg (Germany), Ballhaus [Brainville 3]
[16] Milan (Italy), Beat Goes On Festival [Brainville 3]

July

[07] Treviso (Italy), Treviso Music Festival [Soft Machine Legacy]
[19-
20] Tokyo (Japan), SBT139 [Soft Machine Legacy]
[22] Fukuoka (Japan), Gate1s 7
[Soft Machine Legacy]
[23] Osaka (Japan), Big Cat
[Soft Machine Legacy]
[24] Nagoya (Japan), The Bottom Line
[Soft Machine Legacy]
[25] Tokyo/Ochanomizu (Japan), Disk Union
[HH solo]
[26] Kichijoji (Japan), Manda-la 2
[Soft Mountain Trio]

August

[05] Varna (Bulgaria), Festival [Colorphone]
[25-26]
London, Pizza Express Jazz Club [Soft Machine Legacy]

September

[20] Zurich (Switzerland), Rote Fabrik [Clear Frame]
[21] Nickersdorf (Austria) (tbc) [Clear Frame]
[22] Rudersdorf (Austria) [Clear Frame]
[23] Vienna (Austria), Porgy & Bess [Clear Frame]

October

[03] Innsbruck (Austria), Treibhaus [Soft Machine Legacy]
[04] Prague (Czech Republik), Akropolis
[Soft Machine Legacy] [support: Floating House]
[05] Halle (Germany), Objekt5
[Soft Machine Legacy]
[06] Karlsruhe (Germany), Tollhaus
[Soft Machine Legacy] [support: Jeff Aug solo]
[07] Verviers (Belgium), Spirit of 66
[Soft Machine Legacy] [support: Floating House]
[08] Groningen (Netherlands), Grand
[Soft Machine Legacy]
[09] Enschede (Netherlands), Atak
[Soft Machine Legacy] [support: Floating House]
[10] Wuppertal (Germany), LCB
[Soft Machine Legacy] [support: Floating House]
[11] Hamburg (Germany), Fabrik
[Soft Machine Legacy] [support: Floating House]
[12] Hildesheim (Germany), Vier Linden
[Soft Machine Legacy] [support: Floating House]
[13] Worpswede (Germany), Musikhalle
[Soft Machine Legacy] [support: Floating House]
[15] Toulouse (France), Hôtel de Ville Balma (Festival)
[Colorphone]

November

[08-09] Athens (Greece), Rodeo Club [Soft Machine Legacy]

December

[10] London, Kingston University (launch of Delta Sax CD dedicated to Soft Machine) [Delta Sax Quartet + HH]
[12] Chagford, Jubilee Hall [Delta Sax Quartet + HH]
[13] Bristol [Delta Sax Quartet + HH]

2008

January

[18/19] Athens (Greece), Rodeo Club [HH, David Cross, Chris Stassinopoulos & Explorers]
[29] Bonn (Germany), Harmonie [Soft Machine Legacy]
[31] Marcq en Baroeul [nr Lille] (France), Théâtre Charcot [Soft Machine Legacy]

February

[08] Cambridge, Kettles Yard [Delta Sax Quartet + HH]
[15] New York, NY (USA), Whitney Museum [Bone]
[16] Baltimore, MD (USA), Orion Sound Studios [also: Doctor Nerve] [Bone]

March

[14] St.Médard-en-Jalles (France), Festival Cordes Sensibles [HH, Michel Gentils & Shyamal Maitra]
[19] Chicago, IL (USA), Globalshop Convention [Delta Sax Quartet + HH]

April

[05] Taranto (Italy), Nautilus Hall [Brainville 3]
[12] Viterbo (Italy), Cantieri Musicali Music Club [Brainville 3]
[17] Rome (Italy), Stazione Birra [Brainville 3]
[18] Florence (Italy), Auditorium Flog [Brainville 3]
[19] Gorizia (Italy), Auditorium [Brainville 3]
[20] Berlin (Germany), Lido Kultur [Brainville 3]
[22] Pescara (Italy), Auditorium Flaiano [Brainville 3]
[24] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (DVD release) [Brainville 3]
[25] Verviers (Belgium), Spirit Of '66 [Brainville 3]

May

[24] Bourgoin-Jallieu [nr Lyon] (France), SMAC Les Abattoirs [Canterbury Legends w. P.Miller, D.Malherbe, P.Meyer...] [also: Kew.Rhône]

June

For these two performances (which turned out to be Hugh's final live appearances), guitarist Julien Omé replaced Régis Huby
[05] Tallinn (Estonia), Rock Café [Colorphone]
[07] Kerava (Finland), Keuda Hall (Jazz Festival) [Colorphone]
Setlist: "Sliding Dogs", "Miniluv", "Chicago Blues For Malachi", "Hopperation", "Really Ready?", "Was A Friend"
Hugh had to cancel all subsequent appearances due to severe back pain
[14] Qeretaro (Mexico), FestivAlterNativo [HH & C.Cutler Duo] (cancelled)
[20] Osaka (Japan), Bar Soft Machine [HUMI] (cancelled)
[21] Shiga (Japan), Sakedelic [HUMI] (cancelled)
[22] Kanazawa (Japan), Mokkiriya [HUMI] (cancelled)
[24] Nagoya (Japan), Takuzo [HUMI] (cancelled)
[25] Tokyo (Japan), Flying Teapot [HUMI+Soft Mountain = Yosshy HUMI] (cancelled)
[26] Tokyo (Japan), Flying Teapot [HUMI + guest tbc] (cancelled)
[27] Tokyo (Japan), Flying Teapot [HUMI] (cancelled)
[28] Sapporo (Japan), Coo [HUMI] (cancelled)
[29] Sapporo (Japan), Coo [afternoon workshop & evening performance] (cancelled)

July

[01] Gunma (Japan), Songs [HUMI] (cancelled)
[02] Gunma (Japan), Songs [afternoon workshop & evening performance] (cancelled)