SANTANA
March 25, 1978 Featuring Santana, Eddie Money and Bob Welch.
BLUE OYSTER CULT
April 21, 1978 Featuring Blue Oyster Cult and Be Bop Deluxe.
RAINBOW
June 17, 1978 Featuring Rainbow, Cheap Trick and Max Webster.
HALL & OATES
October 6, 1978 Featuring Hall & Oates and City Boy.
QUEEN
November 4, 1978 Featuring Queen.
THE GRATEFUL DEAD
April 15, 1978 Featuring The Grateful Dead.
THE CHARLIE DANIELS BAND
January 21, 1978 Featuring The Charlie Daniels Band, Wet Willie and The Pure Prairie League.
AEROSMITH
May 18, 1978 Featuring Aerosmith and Mahogany Rush.
ERIC CLAPTON
March 20, 1978 Featuring Eric Clapton and John Martyn.

The Lakeland Center is an 8,178 seat multi-purpose arena and theatre in Lakeland, Florida located between Tampa and Orlando. It opened in
November 1974 as The Lakeland Civic Center ( See original logo above with a large red "L" a medium blue "C" and a small red "C" that stands for
Lakeland Civic Center ) and gained its current name The Lakeland Center in June 1994.
It was here where KISS lead guitarist Ace Frehley was nearly electrocuted, during a concert on December 12, 1976.
The Grateful Dead performed at the arena on May 21, 1977. The show makes up half of the archival live album, Dick's Picks Volume 29.
Some amazing concerts took place there: Aerosmith two nights on the Toys in the Attic tour, Van Halen on the Van Halen II tour, Foreigner with the Cars
opening in 1978, Queen on the Jazz tour, Journey with the Babys opening in 1980, Black Sabbath on the Heaven & Hell tour with Riot opening, Saxon
opening for Rush, Van Halen on the Fair Warning tour, AC/DC on the For Those About to Rock tour, Cheap Trick on the All Shook Up tour with Pete
Comita on bass, the Plasmatics opening for KISS on the Creatures of the Night tour with Vinnie in the ankh make-up, Def Leppard on the Pyromania
tour, Iron Maiden on the Number of the Beast tour, Ozzy Osbourne touring for Bark at the Moon with Jake E. Lee on guitar, Judas Priest on the
Defenders of the Faith tour, Twisted Sister and Ratt less than a week apart in October 1984, Dokken opening for Dio on the The Last In Line tour,
W.A.S.P. opening for Quiet Riot on the Condition Critical tour, Twisted Sister again opening for Iron Maiden on the World Slavery Tour, Dio again with
Ruff Cutt opening, Yngwie Malmsteen opening for AC/DC, Dokken opening for Judas Priest, Cinderella opening for David Lee Roth two nights in 1986,
Yngwie again opening for Maiden, Guns N' Roses opening for Motley Crue two nights on the Girls Girls Girls tour, Queensryche with Def Leppard,
Cinderella with Judas Priest, Queensryche with Metallica, Kix opening for Ratt.
THE ROLLING STONES - "THE GREAT SOUTHEAST STONED OUT WRESTLING CHAMPIONS"
June 10, 1978 Featuring The Rolling Stones.
REO SPEEDWAGON
May 5, 1978 Featuring REO Speedwagon.
THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
December 9, 1978 Featuring The Doobie Brothers and Ambrosia.
1974 to 1994
1994 to 2016
1974 CONCERTS
1975 CONCERTS
1976 CONCERTS
1977 CONCERTS
1978 CONCERTS
1979 CONCERTS
1980 CONCERTS
1981 CONCERTS
1982 CONCERTS
1983 CONCERTS
1984 CONCERTS
1985 CONCERTS
1986 CONCERTS
1987 CONCERTS
1988 CONCERTS
1989 CONCERTS
1990 CONCERTS
1991 CONCERTS
1978
BOB DYLAN
December 15, 1978 Featuring Bob Dylan.
THE OUTLAWS
December 31, 1978 Featuring The Outlaws and Pat Travers.
GENESIS
September 30, 1978 Featuring Genesis.
THE BEACH BOYS
September 3, 1978 Featuring The Beach Boys and Jan & Dean.
JOHN SEBASTIAN
February 10, 1978 Featuring John Sebastian and Steve Martin.
ART GARFUNKEL
March 4, 1978 Featuring Art Garfunkel.
JOHN DENVER
March 31, 1978 Featuring John Denver.
FOGHAT
June 18, 1978 Featuring Foghat and Point Blank.
ALICE COOPER
July 8, 1978 Featuring Alice Cooper, Sweet and Eddie Money.
FOREIGNER
October 8, 1978 Featuring Foreigner and The Cars.
TED NUGENT
January 29, 1978 Featuring Ted Nugent and Golden Earring ( The Scorpions Cancelled )