Electric Flag's Concert History

The Electric Flag, formed in 1967, was a blues rock soul group led by guitarist Mike Bloomfield, keyboardist Barry Goldberg, and bassist Harvey Brooks. Bloomfield formed Electric Flag after his stint with The Butterfield Blues Band. The band reached its peak with the 1968 release, "A Long Time Comin'," a fusion of rock, jazz, and R&B styles that charted well in the Billboard Magazine Pop Albums listings. The Flag's initial recording was a soundtrack for The Trip...

Date   Concert   Venue   Location  
May 10, 1969 Electric Flag  
Electric Flag
The Cheetah Venice, California, United States
Aug 03, 1968 –
Aug 04, 1968
Newport Pop Festival 1968  
Alice Cooper / The Animals / Steppenwolf / Grateful Dead / Canned Heat / Chambers Brothers / Paul Butterfield Blues Band / Blue Cheer / Quicksilver Messenger Service / Lee Michaels / Electric Flag / Jefferson Airplane / The Byrds / Charles Lloyd Quartet / Sonny and Cher / Country Joe & The Fish / James Cotton Blues Band / Things to Come / Tiny Tim / Frosty / illinois speed press
Orange County Fairgrounds Costa Mesa, California, United States
Aug 03, 1968 –
Aug 04, 1968
Newport Pop Festival 1968  
Alice Cooper / The Animals / Steppenwolf / Grateful Dead / Canned Heat / Chambers Brothers / Paul Butterfield Blues Band / Blue Cheer / Quicksilver Messenger Service / Lee Michaels / Electric Flag / Jefferson Airplane / The Byrds / Charles Lloyd Quartet / Sonny and Cher / Country Joe & The Fish / James Cotton Blues Band / Things to Come / Tiny Tim / Frosty / illinois speed press
Orange County Fairgrounds Los Angeles, California, United States
Jun 07, 1968 –
Jun 08, 1968
Electric Flag / Quicksilver Messenger Service / Steppenwolf     Fillmore East New York, New York, United States
Jun 02, 1968 Electric Flag / Friends Of The Family   Electric Factory Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Jun 01, 1968 Electric Flag / Friends Of The Family   Electric Factory Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
May 31, 1968 Electric Flag / Friends Of The Family   Electric Factory Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
May 18, 1968 –
May 19, 1968
Northern California Folk-Rock Festival 1968    
The Animals / Grateful Dead / Taj Mahal / Big Brother And The Holding Company / The Youngbloods / Ravi Shankar / The Doors / Kaleidoscope / Electric Flag / Jefferson Airplane / Country Joe & The Fish
Santa Clara County Fairgrounds San Francisco, California, United States
May 03, 1968 Buffalo Springfield / Jellos gas band / Electric Flag   San Diego state Petersen Gym San Diego, California, United States
May 03, 1968 Buffalo Springfield / Electric Flag / Jello's Gas Band     Peterson Gymnasium, San Diego State University San Diego, California, United States
Apr 12, 1968 Electric Flag  
Electric Flag / Quicksilver Messenger Service / Charlie Musselwhite Blues Band
The Shrine Auditorium Expo Hall Los Angeles, California, United States
Feb 10, 1968 Jimi Hendrix, Electric Flag, Blue Cheer & The Soft Machine    
The Soft Machine / Jimi Hendrix / Blue Cheer / Electric Flag
The Shrine Auditorium Expo Hall Los Angeles, California, United States
Feb 10, 1968 Soft Machine / Jimi Hendrix     Shrine Auditorium Los Angeles, California, United States
Dec 07, 1967 Byrds, The / Electric Flag / BB King Fillmore San Francisco, California, United States
Oct 20, 1967 –
Oct 22, 1967
The Electric Flag  
Electric Flag
The Cheetah Venice, California, United States
Sep 07, 1967 –
Sep 10, 1967
The Electric Flag
Electric Flag
Whisky A Go Go Hollywood, California, United States
Aug 29, 1967 –
Sep 03, 1967
Cream / Electric Flag / Gary Burton     Fillmore Auditorium San Francisco, California, United States
Jun 16, 1967 –
Jun 18, 1967
Monterey Pop Festival 1967  
The Who / Steve Miller Band / The Animals / Simon & Garfunkel / Buffalo Springfield / Grateful Dead / Booker T. & The MG's / Canned Heat / Big Brother And The Holding Company / the association / Ravi Shankar / Hugh Masekela / Johnny Rivers / Quicksilver Messenger Service / Moby Grape / Al Kooper / janis joplin / Otis Redding / Electric Flag / Jefferson Airplane / The Blues Project / The Jimi Hendrix Experience / The Byrds / The Mamas and the Papas / laura nyro / The Butterfield Blues Band / lou rawls / Country Joe & The Fish / Paupers / The Group With No Name
Monterey County Fair & Event Center San Francisco, California, United States
Jun 16, 1967 –
Jun 18, 1967
Monterey Pop Festival    
Jimi Hendrix / Electric Flag
Monterey County Fair & Event Center Monterey, CA
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1969 1 concert
1968 12 concerts
1967 6 concerts
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