The Experience travels to Sacramento, California where they perform, with support from Vanilla Fudge and Eire Apparent at the Memorial Auditorium. The performance included “Johnny B. Goode,” “Are You Experienced?” “Stone Free,” “Red House,” “Foxey Lady,” “I Feel Fine,” “Hey Joe,” “Star Spangled Banner,” and “Purple Haze.”
In the afternoon, The Experience attends an autograph signing at The Groove Company, a record store in Hollywood, California. That evening, Big Brother & The Holding Company and The Chambers Brothers at a spectacular show at the famed Hollywood Bowl support The Experience.
With support from Vanilla Fudge, Eire Apparent, and Soft Machine, The Experience performs a show at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California.
The Experience participates in a photo session for Life Magazine.
The Experience returns to Los Angeles, California.
The Experience travels to Spokane, Washington where John Bates interviews Hendrix for the September 9 issue of The Spokane Daily Chronicle. The group later performs at the Coliseum with support from Vanilla Fudge, Eire Apparent, and Soft Machine. The Experience’s performance includes “Foxey Lady,” “Little Wing,” “Red House,” and “Fire” among others.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience head back to the West Coast and stop by the offices of Warner Bros. Records in Los Angeles, California. In the evening, The Experience performs at the Swing Auditorium in San Bernadino with support from Vanilla Fudge, Eire Apparent, and Soft Machine.
The Experience performs with Vanilla Fudge, Eire Apparent, and Soft Machine at the Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, Arizona. The 65-minute performance included “Are You Experienced?” “Come On (Part One),” “Little Wing,” “ Voodoo Child (Slight Return),” “Fire,” “ Spanish Castle Magic,” “Foxey Lady,” “ Like A Rolling Stone,” “Sunshine Of Your Love,” “Hey Joe,” “Star Spangled Banner,” and “Purple Haze.”
The Experience return to the Record Plant to put the finishing touches on their forthcoming release, Electric Ladyland. Work on “Gypsy Eyes” on this night focused on the flanging effects, which had studio engineers Eddie Kramer and Gary Kellgren physically putting pressure on the flange reel of the tape deck during recording.