Jimi Hendrix Encyclopedia
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August 01st, 1968
Jimi, Mitch and Noel attend a Love-In at Beauregarde Square in New Orleans with music performed by numerous local groups. Jimi speaks to the crowd from a flatbed truck, asking people to attend their concert later that night at City Park Stadium.
Jimi Hendrix is photographed on stage during The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s August 1, 1968 concert at City Park Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Photo: Michael Bakkum / © Authentic Hendrix, LLC
August 02nd, 1968
A 40-minute set by the Experience is performed at the Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio, Texas. Their set includes performances of “Purple Haze,” “Fire,” “Foxey Lady,” “Hey Joe,” “Red House,” and “Tax Free” among others. Hendrix closes the set with a destructive sequence has him destroying his Stratocaster and smashing several amps on stage.
August 03rd, 1968
The Experience perform at Moody Coliseum in Dallas, Texas supported by the Soft Machine. Their 62-minute set includes, “Dear Mr. Fantasy,” “Rock Me Baby,” “Foxey Lady,” “I Don’t Live Today,” an aborted version of “Hey Joe,” plus a few notes from “I Feel Fine” and then dive into a version of “Fire.” “Red House” follows then “Purple Haze” and closing with “Wild Thing.”
August 04th, 1968
The Experience perform at Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, Texas. Among the songs performed at the 8:30 p.m. show are “Red House,” “I Don’t Live Today,” “Spanish Castle Magic,” “Fire,” “Voodoo Child (Slight Return),” Purple Haze,” and “Manic Depression.”
August 05th, 1968
The Experience return to New York City