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24 January 1974, At The Metro, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Happy & Artie Traum.
25 January 1974, At The Metro, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Happy & Artie Traum.
26 January 1974, At The Metro, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Happy & Artie Traum.
27 January 1974, At The Metro, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Happy & Artie Traum.
3 April 1974, Paradise Room, Reno Sweeney, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Holly Woodlawn. Two shows at 9.00 pm and 12.00 midnight.
4 April 1974, Paradise Room, Reno Sweeney, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Holly Woodlawn. Two shows at 9.00 pm and 12.00 midnight.
5 April 1974, Paradise Room, Reno Sweeney, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Holly Woodlawn. Two shows at 9.00 pm and 12.00 midnight.
6 April 1974, Paradise Room, Reno Sweeney, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Holly Woodlawn. Two shows at 9.00 pm and 12.00 midnight.
7 April 1974, Paradise Room, Reno Sweeney, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Supporting Holly Woodlawn. Two shows at 9.00 pm and 12.00 midnight.
5 May 1974, The Underground Tonight Show, Cafe Wha?, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.
Note: Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye performed for a cable television show.
15 May 1974, St Mark’s Church, New York, NY, USA
No setlist
NB: From 18 May 1974 the line-up of the Patti Smith Group was Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye and Richard Sohl.
18 May 1974, Greendoor, New York, NY, USA
No setlist
10 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
11 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
12 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
13 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
14 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
15 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
16 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
17 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
18 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
19 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
20 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
21 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
22 July 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Supporting Elephant’s Memory.
28 August 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
29 August 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
30 August 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
31 August 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
September 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
We’re Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together (Lou Reed) , I’m Wild About That Thing (Spencer Williams) , Harbor Song, The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game (Smokey Robinson), Piss Factory, Marianne Faithfull, Paint It Black (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) , We Three, Picture Hanging Blues, Land, Neo Boy/Hey Joe (Billy Roberts)
1 September 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
We’re Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together (Lou Reed), Marco Polo, I’m Wild about That Thing, Harbour Song, The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game, Piss Factory, We Three, Land, Hey Joe, Speak Low, Autobiography, Seventh Heaven

Note: with Television as opening act
2 September 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
6 September 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
7 September 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
8 September 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
9 September 1974, Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: with Television as opening act
27 October 1974, Riverside Plaza Hotel, New York, NY, USA
"Third Annual Celebration in Honor of Arthur Rimbaud"
Early show (8.00 pm)
No setlist

Late show (11.00 pm)
No setlist
10 November 1974, Blue Hawaii Discotheque, Hotel Roosevelt, New York, NY, USA
"Rock ‘N’ Rimbaud III"
All the Hipsters Go to the Movies*, Tuscan, Devotions (to Arthur Rimbaud), Arthur Rimbaud - Made for the Plague, (interval), Let’s Go Let’s Go Let’s Go (Hank Ballard), Harbor Song, Rape Two - The Son of Rape One, The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game, Gloria (Van Morrison), Birdland, Piss Factory, Free Money, Seventh Heaven (aborted), Picture Hanging Blues, Bad for the Name of Love, There are Really Flying Saucers, Land*

Note: Patti Smith with Lenny Kaye and Richard Sohl. * Special guest Sandy Bull.
11 November 1974, Whiskey a Go-Go, Hollywood, CA, USA
Early show

No setlist

Late show
No setlist

Late Late show (unconfirmed)
No setlist

Note: Patti Smith supported Unicorn.
12 November 1974, Whiskey a Go-Go, Hollywood, CA, USA
Early show

No setlist

Late show
No setlist

Note: Patti Smith supported Unicorn.
14 November 1974, Rather Ripped Records, Berkeley, CA, USA
Land, Hey Joe, Gloria

Note: A free performance in an upstairs room. Incomplete setlist
15? November 1974, San Francisco, CA, USA
No setlist

Note: Patti Smith "performed unannounced at a Sound of the City Winterland gig in the Bay Area". This may have been an audition for BGP. It has been claimed that Jonathan Richman performed with the group, but he has denied it.
1974, CBGB, New York, NY, USA
We’re Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together, Redondo Beach, Space Monkey, Distant Fingers



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