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played 6 shows, sharing the bill once with Skynyrd.Singers Katy Perry and Travis Mc Coy have ended their relationship, a source tells PEOPLE. “Nothing seemed out of the ordinary.” After more than a year of friendship and casual dating, the musicians got serious right before both hit the road for last summer’s Vans Warped tour.The “I Kissed a Girl” singer, 24, and the Gym Class Heroes frontman, 27, vacationed together in Mexico over the holidays, but they split shortly before the New Year, says a source. and NEVER LET’S ME DOWN.” The same day, Perry performed at the Gridlock New Year’s Eve party on the Paramount lot. Mc Coy bought Perry a “promise ring,” he told PEOPLE in June, while he wore a silver band with the word “Katy” on it.By popular demand, and never before on the Internet, here is the complete listing of UTC (Mc Kenzie) Arena concerts, from its opening in 1982 until today.My thanks to Ken Kapelinski for his research in assembling this list. I have seen concert databases for other performing venues in the US, so after 34 years, the Roundhouse list is finally online too.Nor did we see Simon and Garfunkel, Linda Ronstadt, Madonna, Beyonce, Michael Jackson, Neil Diamond, Fleetwood Mac, Eagles, Katy Perry, or Mariah Carey. Usher grew up here, but has never returned to play the Arena.
We never saw Whitney Houston, but Bobby Brown came to town.
Taylor Swift opened for Brad Paisley, before headlining her own show a year later. But a few months before it opened, he did 2 concerts on the Jukebox Junction stage at Lake Winnepesaukah, on Father’s Day 1982.
Just in case anyone asks, now you know.) Some acts kept coming back: Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Reba Mc Entyre each visited 4 times, Alabama and Kenny Rogers played 5 shows, Elton John made his fifth visit in March 2016, and will reportedly play for a sixth time during his farewell tour in 2019.
1984 was almost as busy, with 20 big-name acts in the house.
Throughout the rest of the 80s, there were never less than 12 shows in a given year, with 16 in 1987 and 15 in 1989.
Stevie Wonder played Memorial Auditorium in 1963, when he was 13, but never played Chattanooga again.