May 5, 1973 Featuring Led Zeppelin.
May 26, 1973 Featuring Chicago and Steely Dan.
March 17, 1974 Featuring Chicago and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
March 30, 1974 Featuring Grand Funk and Wet Willie.
July 31, 1976 Featuring Jethro Tull, Robin Trower and Point Bland ( Edgar and Johnny Winter Cancelled ).
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG
August 23, 1974 Featuring Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and Jesse Colin Young.
July 4, 1976 Featuring The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Loggins & Messina and Dan Fogelberg.
April 24, 1977 Featuring Pink Floyd.
June 14, 1975 Featuring Eric Clapton and Santana.
May 31, 1975 Featuring The Eagles, Seals & Crofts, Linda Ronstadt and The Charlie Daniels Band.
January 26, 1980 Featuring The Eagles and Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band.
June 16, 1973 Featuring Deep Purple, Savoy Brown, Billy Preston, Blue Oyster Cult and Family.
June 15, 1969 Featuring James Brown.
March 10, 1973 Featuring Leon Russell and The Nashville Grass Band.
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
December 9, 1973 Featuring The Allman Brothers Band and Wet Willie.
March 24, 1973 Featuring Santana.
|Tampa Stadium was built in 1966 with a seating capacity of 46,481. In 1974 a $12 Million dollar expansion was approved to enclose the end zones and
prepare for the "Tampa Bay Buccaneers" who started play in 1976. Tampa Stadium hosted 2 Super Bowls, Super Bowl XVIII in 1985 & Super Bowl XXV
in 1991. Tampa Stadium was nicknamed "The Big Sombrero" by ESPN's Chris Berman due to its shape. The Stadium was officially known as
"Houlihan's Stadium" from 1996 to 1999 named after a restaurant chain that Malcom Glazer owned. In 1995 Malcom Glazer purchased the Bucs for $192
Million and the team is now valued at $1 Billion dollars. Over its 33 year history, Tampa Stadium hosted many outdoor concerts & festivals. From 1967 to
1974 all concert stages were built on the 50 yard line facing the West stands or for larger crowds the stage was built in the North end zone. Led Zeppelin
made Tampa Stadium history on both of their appearances. In the spring of 1973 Led Zeppelin embarked on a 32 city North American tour. On the 2nd
night of the tour in Tampa they played to over 56,800 the largest crowd ever for a single concert performance surpassing the Beatles' 1965 record-setter at
Shea Stadium in New York. In the summer of 1977 Led Zeppelin was in Tampa and half way through their 51 city North American tour. Zeppelin was on
stage and after 3 songs the show had to be cancelled due to a severe thunderstorm looming over the stadium. Robert Plant announced over the
microphone that they would be taking a 15 minute break due to the danger of the equipment getting wet. Zeppelin never returned to the stage and bottles
were thrown at the stage as the 70,000 fans chanted "We want Zeppelin" and a huge riot broke out between the fans and 250 Tampa Police officers
sporting riot gear and billy clubs. The stadium was trashed and over 100 fans were injured with numerous arrests. It would be over 2 years before Tampa
officials would allow any concert event to be performed at Tampa Stadium again and that first show was given to a much more laid back Eagles & Jimmy
Buffett crowd. Tampa Stadium was imploded on April 11,1999 and replaced by the $169 Million dollar Raymond James Stadium. Raymond James is a
St. Petersburg, Florida based financial company that paid $33 Million for stadium naming rights until 2015. We are updating the site daily so follow the
links below for detailed information on each concert. If there is no Blue Link then that page is still under construction.
February 9, 1974 Featuring Yes.
March 25, 1972 Featuring Joe Cocker, Magi and Jerry Lockran.
ROD STEWART & THE FACES
April 30, 1972 Featuring Rod Stewart & The Faces and Free.
June 29, 1973 Featuring Pink Floyd.
December 7, 1985 Featuring Rod Stewart, Starship, The Hooters, Secret Service and The Danni Bennett Band.
July 29, 1989 Featuring The Who.
THE ROLLING STONES
November 22, 1994 Featuring The Rolling Stones and The Spin Doctors.
September 19, 1987 Featuring David Bowie, Duran Duran and The Georgia Satellites.
October 30, 1987 Featuring Pink Floyd.
December 5, 1987 Featuring U2.
THE GRATEFUL DEAD
April 7, 1995 Featuring The Grateful Dead and The Black Crowes.
April 7, 1995 Featuring Paul McCartney.
THREE DOG NIGHT
July 1, 1972 Featuring Three Dog Night, Humble Pie, Bang and the Buddy Miles Band.
THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
April 5, 1975 Featuring The Doobie Brothers, Marshall Tucker Band, The Outlaws and The Baker Gurvitz Army.
June 26, 1976 Featuring Yes, The Pousette Dart Band, Charlie Daniels Band and The J. Geils Band.
July 4, 1987 Featuring Whitney Houston, The Beach Boys and Starship.
July 2, 1988 Featuring Rod Stewart, Chicago and Hall & Oats.
April 12, 1990 Featuring Paul McCartney.
May 17, 1992 Featuring Genesis.
THE ROLLING STONES
November 18, 1989 Featuring The Rolling Stones and Living Colour.
October 10, 1992 Featuring U2.
May 6, 1994 Featuring Pink Floyd.
ELTON JOHN & BILLY JOEL
April 11, 1995 Featuring Elton John and Billy Joel.
November 10, 1997 Featuring U2.
NEIL YOUNG & STEPHEN STILLS
July 25, 1976 Featuring Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Elvin Bishop and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
October 26, 1988 Featuring George Michael.
VAN HALEN'S MONSTERS OF ROCK TOUR
June 5, 1988 Featuring Van Halen, Scorpions, Dokken, Metallica and Kingdome Come.