Auditorium Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 20, 1980 Dane County [74], The 2008 portion of the Snakes & Arrows tour began on April 11, 2008, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, at José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum, and concluded on July 24, 2008 in Noblesville, Indiana at the Verizon Wireless Music Center. Garden New York, New York (Vinnie Moore), December 7, 1991       Madison Square Auditorium Columbus, Ohio, January 10, 1976  Massey Auditorium Burlington, Iowa (KISS), April 19, 1975  Fremd High Horizon Rosemont, Illinois (Eric Johnson), November 3, 1991       Target Amphitheatre St Louis, Missouri, June 30, 2008    Riverbend Beach Wantagh, New York, July 17, 2008   Hershey Agridome Regina, Saskatchewan (Max Webster), September 9, 1977  Kinsmen’s Amphitheatre Charlotte, North Carolina, July 22, 2008   Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Lejon Stockholm, Sweden, June 11, 1977 Newcastle City Pavilion Edmonton, Alberta, May 29, 2008    GM Arena Kenosha, Wisconsin (Thin Lizzy, KISS), March 28, 1975  Sports Arena Fayetteville, North Carolina (BOC, REO Speedwagon), March 3, 1977  Tomorrow Theatre East Troy, Wisconsin (Mr Big), June 17, 1990    Alpine Valley Music Arena Birmingham, England, September 17, 2004  Konig-Pilsner St Electric Co Dallas, Texas, October 18, 1974  Parthenon Arena Dallas, Texas (Steve Morse), January 13, 1986  Reunion Omni Atlanta, Georgia, December 11, 1981  Greenville Memorial Rex Rutkoski’s “Vibrations” column from Aug. 20, 1974, reviewing the Uriah Heep and Manfred Mann’s Earth Band show at the Civic Arena on Aug. 14, 1974. Omni Atlanta, Georgia (Max Webster), February 1, 1980   Myriad Convention They appeared on The Colbert Report on July 16, 2008, where they were interviewed by Stephen Colbert and performed "Tom Sawyer". University Clarksville, Tennessee (Lynyrd Skynyrd), December 30, 1976  McMaster University Coliseum Seattle, Washington, March 28, 1990  Arco Pavilion Phoenix, Arizona (Mr Big), June 9, 1992          Tingley Amphitheater Kansas City, Missouri, August 24, 2007  Verizon Wireless Roadrunner handled American distribution of Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland and Clockwork Angels. Arena Detroit, Michigan, November 8, 1982  Joe Louis Gardens Stockholm, Sweden (Max Webster), May 27, 1979  Stadthalle Erlangen, Germany (Max Webster), May 28, 1979  Stadthalle Offenbach, Germany (Max Webster), May 29, 1979  Musikhalle Hamburg, Germany (Max Webster), May 31, 1979  Rosengarten Mannheim, Germany (Max Webster), June 1, 1979  Volkshaus Zurich, Switzerland (Max Webster), June 2, 1979  Circus Krone Munich, Germany (Max Webster), June 4, 1979 Pink Pop Theater St Louis, Missouri, April 17, 1976 Memorial Center Austin, Texas, January 19, 1986   Convention Center Coliseum Edmonton, Alberta, March 24, 1980   Max Bell Hampton Coliseum Hampton, Virginia, September 12, 1980 Charlotte  Electric Ballroom Atlanta, Georgia (KISS), September 20, 1974 Theatre Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (Angel), September 20, 1976  Agricultural Arena Jacksonville, Florida, April 19, 2008   ?, 1978  Civic Meadows Music Theater Hartford, Connecticut, August 7, 2004   Amphitheater Columbus, Ohio, June 4, 2004   Verizon Wireless Theater Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 15, 1977  Nelson Auditorium Birmingham, Alabama (UFO), March 14, 1979  Coliseum Uniondale, New York (Candlebox), April 24, 1994      Civic Coliseum Little Rock, Arkansas (April Wine), February 23, 1979  Hirsch Memorial Pavilion Phoenix, Arizona, May 3, 2008     Reno Events Center Pensacola, Florida (Tommy Shaw), February 21, 1988   Mid-South Forum Montreal, Quebec (The Doughboys), May 7, 1994           Maple Leaf Theatre East Troy, Wisconsin (Mr Big), June 19, 1990    Met Coliseum Ft. Wayne, Indiana (Thin Lizzy, Aerosmith, Stu Daye), May 28, 1976  Riviera Amphitheatre Toronto, Ontario, July 11, 2008   Verizon We follow the same standards for taste as the daily newspaper. Producer Steve Lillywhite, who gained fame with successful productions of Simple Minds and U2, was enlisted to produce Grace Under Pressure. Coliseum Portland, Oregon, March 21, 1980   Spokane Band(s): Pat Travers, Starz, Saxon, Wild Horses, Golden Earring, Molly Hatchet, Head East, UFO, October 14, 1978  Kingston Memorial Park Chicago, Illinois, August 21, 1979  Charleston Civic This hardcover book features over 400 pages showcasing Geddy's vast bass collection. Theatre Albany, New York (Angel, Max Webster) (Angel, Max Webster), May 4, 1977  Music Amphitheater West Palm Beach, Florida, December 9, 1996  Ice Palace Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 16, 1977  Expo Coliseum Portland, Oregon (Gary Moore), May 18, 1984  Tacoma Auditorium Chattanooga, Tennessee (Kansas), February 19, 1977   The Coliseum Jacksonville, Florida (Primus), February 28, 1992      Miami Arena Denver, Colorado (FM), June 3, 1981  Salt Palace ©2020 RUSH. Hall Houston, Texas (Artful Dodger), August 23, 1977  Exhibition ?, 1978  Centennial Arena Dallas, Texas (Golden Earring), March 1, 1983  Reunion Horizon Rosemont, Illinois, July 2, 1984  The Coliseum Charlotte, North Carolina (Riot), December 5, 1981  Cumberland County [180][181][182][183] As of 2012, Moving Pictures was the band's highest-selling album (4.4 million units).[184]. Ballroom Atlanta, Georgia, March 10, 1975  Roxy Arena Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Candlebox), April 22, 1994      Brendan Byrne Auditorium Amarillo, Texas (Head East, Artful Dodger), January 26, 1977  Veterans Memorial Centre Largo, Maryland (Vinnie Moore), December 6, 1991       Madison Square