Heart Concert History

Heart is an American rock band formed in 1970 in Seattle, Washington, by Steve Fossen (bass guitar), Roger Fisher (guitar), David Belzer (keyboards), and Jeff Johnson (drums). It evolved from an existing band, White Heart. The vocalists for Heart are sisters Ann Wilson (lead vocals, flute, guitar) (born June 19, 1950) and Nancy Wilson (vocals, guitar, mandolin) (born March 16, 1954).

Date Concert Venue Location
Feb 28, 2020
Heart
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Jack Murphy Stadium San Diego, California, United States
Oct 13, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett / Lucie Silvas
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Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Oct 12, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett and the Blackhearts / Lucie Silvas
Heart / Lucie Silvas / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
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Fiserv Forum Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Show Duplicates for Oct 12, 2019
Oct 10, 2019
Heart
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Peoria Civic Center Peoria, Illinois, United States
Oct 08, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett
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Starlight Theatre Kansas City, Missouri, United States
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Oct 07, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett
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Wells Fargo Arena Des Moines, Iowa
Oct 05, 2019
Love Alive Tour
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts / Lucie Silvas / Heart
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FedEx Forum Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Oct 04, 2019
Love Alive Tour
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts / Lucie Silvas
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FedEx Forum Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Oct 02, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
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BOK Center Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Oct 01, 2019
Love Alive Tour
Heart / Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
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Verizon Arena North Little Rock, AR
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Sep 28, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
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Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio, United States
Sep 27, 2019
Heart
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Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey, United States
Sep 26, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
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Jones Beach Wantagh, New York, United States
Show Duplicates for Sep 26, 2019
Sep 22, 2019
Heart
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BB&T Center Camden, New Jersey, United States
Show Duplicate for Sep 22, 2019
Sep 20, 2019 –
Sep 21, 2019
IHeartRadio Music Festival 2019
Green Day / Miley Cyrus / Zac Brown Band / Def Leppard / H.E.R / Alicia Keys / Lewis Capaldi / T-Pain / Mumford & Sons / Marshmello / Chance the Rapper / French Montana / Heart / Camilla Cabello / Backstreet Boys / Halsey / Hootie & the Blowfish / Cage The Elephant / Steve Aoki / Tim McGraw Show all bands
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Tmobile Arena Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
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Sep 09, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts / Elle King
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Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, California, United States
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Sep 08, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
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Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Sep 06, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
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Concord Pavilion Concord, California, United States
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Sep 04, 2019
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts / Elle King
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Tacoma Dome Tacoma, Washington, United States
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Sep 03, 2019
Love Alive Tour 2019
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts / Elle King & The Brethren
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Sunlight Supply Amphitheater Ridgefield, Washington, United States
Show Duplicates for Sep 03, 2019

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Heart / Sanford & Townshend
Aug 10, 1977
 Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, United States
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I think this opening song from Aerosmith. More of Aerosmith’s set on YouTube (or a VHS release).


Texxas World Music Festival - Day 1
Jul 01, 1978
 Dallas, Texas, United States
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Heart
Aug 05, 2007
 Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
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Heart
Aug 05, 2007
 Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
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Concert For The Americas
Aug 22, 1982
 La Romana, Dominican Republic
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Mississippi River Festival 1978
Jun 08, 1978 - Sep 09, 1978
 Edwardsville, Illinois, United States
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Mississippi River Festival 1978  on Jun 8, 1978 [053-small]

Mississippi River Festival 1978
Jun 08, 1978 - Sep 09, 1978
 Edwardsville, Illinois, United States
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Mississippi River Festival 1978  on Jun 8, 1978 [372-small]

Mississippi River Festival 1978
Jun 08, 1978 - Sep 09, 1978
 Edwardsville, Illinois, United States
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Mississippi River Festival 1978  on Jun 8, 1978 [373-small]

Mississippi River Festival 1978
Jun 08, 1978 - Sep 09, 1978
 Edwardsville, Illinois, United States
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Mississippi River Festival SIU Edwardsville 1976 on Jun 23, 1976 [438-small]

Mississippi River Festival SIU Edwardsville 1976
Jun 23, 1976 - Jul 13, 1976
 Edwardsville, Illinois, United States
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Arrow Rock Festival 2004 on Jun 11, 2004 [579-small]

Arrow Rock Festival 2004
Jun 11, 2004 - Jun 13, 2004
 Lichtenvoorde, Gelderland, Netherlands
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Arrow Rock Festival 2004 on Jun 11, 2004 [587-small]

Arrow Rock Festival 2004
Jun 11, 2004 - Jun 13, 2004
 Lichtenvoorde, Gelderland, Netherlands
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Arrow Rock Festival 2004 on Jun 11, 2004 [588-small]

Arrow Rock Festival 2004
Jun 11, 2004 - Jun 13, 2004
 Lichtenvoorde, Gelderland, Netherlands
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Arrow Rock Festival 2004 on Jun 11, 2004 [589-small]

Arrow Rock Festival 2004
Jun 11, 2004 - Jun 13, 2004
 Lichtenvoorde, Gelderland, Netherlands
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3rd Annual Day of Rock ‘n’ Roll on Jul 19, 1981 [787-small]

3rd Annual Day of Rock ‘n’ Roll
Jul 19, 1981
 New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
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Heart / John Mellencamp on Oct 15, 1982 [231-small]

Heart / John Mellencamp
Oct 15, 1982
 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Heart / John Mellencamp on Oct 15, 1982 [232-small]

Heart / John Mellencamp
Oct 15, 1982
 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) / Heart / Trickster on Aug 12, 1978 [616-small]

Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) / Heart / Trickster
Aug 12, 1978 - Aug 13, 1978
 Pontiac, Michigan, United States
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Rock
Pop Rock
Hard Rock
Female Vocalists
Classic Rock
Folk Rock
Soft Rock
Album Oriented Rock (AOR)
Mellow Gold
New Wave Pop
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2020 1 concert
2019 61 concerts
2018 2 concerts
2017 4 concerts
2016 76 concerts
2015 70 concerts
2014 70 concerts
2013 72 concerts
2012 55 concerts
2011 91 concerts
2010 69 concerts
2009 71 concerts
2008 47 concerts
2007 46 concerts
2006 45 concerts
2005 3 concerts
2004 40 concerts
2003 18 concerts
2002 12 concerts
1999 2 concerts
1998 4 concerts
1995 1 concert
1994 2 concerts
1993 3 concerts
1992 1 concert
1990 39 concerts
1988 17 concerts
1987 46 concerts
1986 28 concerts
1985 28 concerts
1984 8 concerts
1983 19 concerts
1982 35 concerts
1981 13 concerts
1980 40 concerts
1979 24 concerts
1978 43 concerts
1977 30 concerts
1976 32 concerts
1975 8 concerts
1974 1 concert
1973 1 concert
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Jezmez68 Apr 03, 2020

Tagray61 - Do you understand how this site works? As users, WE are the ones who put the shows in here. If you know the show existed, take the time and put it in the list. It's pretty easy...


Tagray61 Apr 03, 2020

Heart played at the Cape Cod Coliseum, Yarmouth, MA on August 13, 1977 and it is not on this list.

Frequenty Asked Questions (FAQ)


When did the band Heart start?

Heart started in Seattle, Washington in 1967 and was originally called “The Army.” The band later became Hocus Pocus in 1969 and then White Heart in 1970. In 1973, they shortened the name to just “Heart.”

How did the band Heart get its name?

Prior to being called “Heart,” the band was called “White Heart.” They took this name from science fiction Arthur C. Clark’s anthology of short stories called Tales from the White Hart. The band, however, decided to add an “e” in “Hart” to make it “Heart.” After using the name “White Heart” for a few years, the band decided to drop the “White” and just stick with “Heart.”

Who were the original members of Heart?

When the band settled on the name Heart in 1973, the members were:

  • Steve Fossen on bass guitar
  • Roger Fisher on guitar
  • Howard Leese on keyboards and guitar
  • Michael DeRosier on drums
  • Ann Wilson on vocals, guitar, flute, and other instruments
  • Nancy Wilson on vocals, mandolin, guitar, and other instruments

When was Heart inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

The core, original members of Heart were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 18, 2013 by Chris Cornell.

Why did Roger Fisher leave Heart?

Roger Fisher and Nancy Wilson enjoyed a short-lived romance in the band’s early years, but their relationship ended in October 1979. This led to tension within the group, and the other band members decided to vote Fisher out. However, he returned as one of the original members to perform at the band’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction in 2013.

Who is Ann Wilson?

Ann Wilson is an American lead vocalist and songwriter for the rock band Heart alongside. She is one of the core, original members of the group. Sputnik Music ranked her as the 78th Greatest Heavy Metal Vocalist of All Time in 2006.

How old is Ann Wilson?

Born on June 19, 1950, in San Diego, California, Ann Wilson is 72 years old.

Who is Nancy Wilson?

Nancy Wilson is the sister of Ann Wilson. Over the last several decades, she’s worked as an American singer, songwriter, film composer, producer, and guitarist in the rock band Heart. She has been lauded for her unique way of blending hard rock with flamenco when playing the guitar.

How old is Nancy Wilson?

Nancy Wilson was born on March 16, 1954, in San Diego, Francisco, California, and is now 68 years old.

How many concerts has Heart had?

Heart has had 1,278 concerts.

What genre is Heart?

Heart is most often considered to be Rock, Pop Rock, Hard Rock, Female Vocalists, Classic Rock, Folk Rock, Soft Rock, Album Oriented Rock (AOR), Mellow Gold, and New Wave Pop.

When was the last Heart concert?

The last Heart concert was on February 28, 2020 at Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego, California, United States.

What songs does Heart play live?

The songs that Heart performs live vary, but here's the latest setlist that we have from the February 28, 2020 concert at Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego, California, United States:

  1. Fake Blood
  2. Low Hanging Fruit
  3. Boring
  4. Surrounded by Morons
  5. Carbon Copies
  6. Cool Kids Table
  7. Out for Blood
  8. Rats in a Bucket
  9. Blood Blister
  10. Cut My Losses
  11. 100 mg (Millenial)
  12. Crisis Actor
  13. Sugar Coated