The Jackson 5 International Tour continues with concerts in Japan and Australia, where they become the first black musicians to tour Australia nationally. Jackson 5 mania continues in the U.S., where they appear on almost every cover of Right On! magazine in 1973.
September 29th 1973
‘Get it Together’ (LP), a disco-style album, is released.
November 17th 1973
The Jackson 5 perform on Soul Train.
Motown issues radio stations and record distributors ‘Season`s Greetings From Motown Records,’ which includes short Christmas messages from The Jackson 5.
The Jackson 5 appear on almost every cover of Right On! that year!
Tour Dates
March 2nd 1973 Oklahoma City, Coliseum
March 3rd 1973 Monroe, Coliseum
March 4th 1973 Houston, Astrodome
Japan Tour
April 27th 1973 Tokyo (Japan, Japon), Tokyo Imperial Theatre
April 28th 1973 Hiroshima (Japan, Japon), Yubin Chokin Hall
April 30th 1973 Osaka (Japan, Japon), Koseinenkin Hall
May 1st 1973 Osaka (Japan , Japon), Festival Hall
May 2nd 1973 Tokyo (Japan, Japon), Budokan
US Tour
May 5th 1973 Portland, Coliseum Complex
May 6th 1973 Seattle, Seattle Center Coliseum
May 18th 1973 Philadelphia, Spectrum
May 19th 1973 Dayton, Dayton Hara Arena
May 20th 1973 Columbus, St John Arena
Australian Tour
June 23rd 1973 Brisbane, Australia, Brisbane Festival Hall
June 26th 1973 Melbourne, Australia, Festival Hall
June 29th 1973 Perth, Australia, Beastie Park
July 1st 1973 Adelaide, Australia, Apollo Stadium
July 2nd 1973 Sydney, Australia, Hordern Pavilion
July 4th 1973 Christchurch, New Zealand, Town Hall
July 5th 1973 Wellington, New Zealand, Athletic Park
US Tour
July 13th 1973 Boston, Boston Gardens
July 14th 1973 New Haven, Veterans Memorial Coliseum
July 15th 1973 Providence, Civic Center
July 17th 1973 San Juan, Puerto Rico, Hiram Bithron
January 10th 1973
The Jackson 5 make a musical appearance on The Dick Cavett Show.
March 29th 1973
‘Skywriter’ (LP), by The Jackson 5 enters the pop album charts peaking at #44 and remains on the charts for 16 weeks.
June 1973
The Jackson 5 become the first black musicians to tour Australia nationally. The tour enjoys record attendances of over 2 million people.
July 20th 1973 Pittsburg, Civic Arena
July 21st 1973 Long Pond, Pocono State Fair
July 22nd 1973 New York, Madison Square Garden
July 24th 1973 Chicago, International Amphitheatre
July 25th 1973 Chicago, International Amphitheatre
July 27th 1973 Detroit, Olympia Stadium
July 29th 1973 Saratoga, Saratoga Perfect Arts
August 3rd 1973 Richmond, Richmond Coliseum
August 4th 1973 Hampton, Hampton Roads Coliseum
August 5th 1973 Baltimore, Civic Center
August 7th 1973 Greensboro, Greensboro Coliseum
August 8th 1973 Nashville, Municipal Auditorium
August 10th 1973 Columbia, Carolina Coliseum
August 11th 1973 Atlanta, The Omni
August 12th 1973 Miami, Convention Center
August 17th 1973 Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum
August 18th 1973 St Louis, Kiel Auditorium
August 18th 1973 Indianapolis, State Fair
August 21st 1973 New Orleans, Municipal Auditorium
August 22nd 1973 Dallas, Memorial Auditorium
August 24th 1973 San Francisco, Cow Palace
August 25th 1973 Fresno, Convention Center
August 26th 1973 Los Angeles, Forum
August 28th 1973 Boston, Suffolk Downs
August 29th 1973 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
August 31st 1973 Columbus, State Fair
Sept 2nd 1973 Honolulu, Honolulu International Center Arena