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|Tour by Genesis|
|Associated album||Three Sides Live|
|Start date||1 August 1982|
|End date||2 October 1982|
|No. of shows||46|
|Genesis concert chronology|
The Three Sides Live Encore Tour was a North American and European concert tour by English rock band Genesis. The tour began in August 1982 in Peoria, Illinois and ended in 2 October 1982 in Milton Keynes, England, with Peter Gabriel.
|Date||City||Country||Venue||Tickets sold / available||Revenue|
|America leg #1|
|1 August 1982||Peoria, IL||United States||Peoria Civic Center||9,919 / 9,919||$156,394|
|2 August 1982||Chicago, IL||Poplar Creek Music Theater||44,000 / 44,000||$440,000|
|3 August 1982|
|6 August 1982||Berkeley, CA||Hearst Greek Theater||25,500 / 25,500||$380,075|
|7 August 1982|
|8 August 1982|
|9 August 1982||Los Angeles, CA||The Forum||32,500 / 32,500||$375,057|
|10 August 1982|
|11 August 1982||Phoenix, AZ||Veteran's Memorial Coliseum|
|13 August 1982||Dallas, TX||Reunion Arena||11,879 / 12,500||$144,950|
|14 August 1982||Houston, TX||The Summit||17,088 / 17,088||$201,347|
|15 August 1982||Oklahoma City, OK||Myriad Convention Center||9,109 / 9,109||$94,290|
|16 August 1982||St. Louis, MO||Checkerdome||16,582 / 16,582||$195,384|
|18 August 1982||Detroit, MI||Clarkston, Pine Knob Music Theatre||15,274 / 15,274||$240,827|
|19 August 1982||Columbia, MD||Merriweather Post Pavilion||19,319 / 19,319||$304,605|
|21 August 1982||Philadelphia, PA||John F. Kennedy Stadium||58,335 / 90,000||$919,776|
|22 August 1982||Queens, NY||Forest Hills Tennis Stadium|
|23 August 1982|
|25 August 1982||New Haven, CT||New Haven Coliseum||10,047 / 10,047||$122,480|
|26 August 1982||Saratoga Springs, NY||Saratoga Performing Arts Center|
|27 August 1982||Rochester, NY||Rochester Community War Memorial||9,378 / 9,378||$104,042|
|28 August 1982||Toronto, ON||Canada||CNE Stadium||33,041 / 33,041||$402,944|
|29 August 1982||Montreal, QC||Park Jarry|
|Europe leg #2|
|3 September 1982||Geneva||Switzerland||Stade des Charmilles|
|4 September 1982||Fréjus||France||Arènes de Fréjus|
|6 September 1982||Pisa||Italy||Tirrenia Film Studios|
|7 September 1982||Rome||Palaeur|
|8 September 1982|
|10 September 1982||Hamburg||Germany||Wilhelm-Koch-Stadion|
|12 September 1982||Stockholm||Sweden||Johanneshovs Isstadion|
|13 September 1982||Copenhagen||Denmark||Brøndbyhallen|
|14 September 1982||Gothenburg||Sweden||Scandinavium|
|16 September 1982||Brussels||Belgium||Forest National|
|18 September 1982||St. Austell||England||Cornwall Coliseum|
|19 September 1982||Shepton Mallet||Showering Pavilion|
|20 September 1982||Birmingham||NEC Arena|
|21 September 1982|
|22 September 1982||Queensferry||Wales||Deeside Leisure Centre|
|23 September 1982||Leeds||England||Queens Hall|
|24 September 1982||Edinburgh||Scotland||Royal Highland Centre|
|25 September 1982|
|27 September 1982||London||England||Marquee Club|
|28 September 1982||Hammersmith Odeon|
|29 September 1982|
|30 September 1982|
|Six of the Best|
|2 October 1982||Milton Keynes||England||National Bowl (with Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett)|
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