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January 1
End of the engagement at the Deauville Hotel in Miami, FL.  
January 2
Re-broadcast of highlights of the “King Orange Jamboree Parade” recorded in Miami on December 31, 1966. 
January (-)
Concert(s) in Germany in the U.S. club circuit (Bonn, Munich?) according to Billboard (December 17, 1966 issue).
January 5
Lead vocals on “Dancing On The Ceiling”.
January 6
Concerts at the Clowes Hall in Indianapolis, Indiana (two shows at 7 p.m and 9:30 p.m.). 
January 6-7
Recording sessions, in Detroit according to (J. Randy Taraborrelli "Diana" p.95) and in New York according to Mary Wilson, for the unreleased album “Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing And Perform Disney Classics” (see discography for track listing), slated for release in July 1967.
Those sessions are most probably track sessions and not vocal sessions (otherwise it’s in conflict with the concerts on January 6 and 7).
January 7
Concert in Champaign, Illinois.  (exact location unknown)
January 8
Concerts at the Kintner Gymnasium at the Millikin University in Decatur, IL (show at 8:00 p.m.). 
January 11
- Single “Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone” released (recorded in Los Angeles).
- Concert at the Indiana University Auditorium in Bloomington, IN. 
January 12
Recording sessions for the unreleased LP “Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing And Perform Disney Classics” in New York (probably track sessions only).
January 14
Recording sessions for the unreleased LP “Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing And Perform Disney Classics” in New York (probably track sessions only).
January 20
Recording sessions for the unreleased LP “Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing And Perform Disney Classics” in New York (probably track sessions only).
January 22
TV show “The Andy Williams Show”.
This show is mistaken with an “Ed Sullivan Show” in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”, Tony Turner’s “All That Glittered” (p. 134) and in Ribowsky’s "The Supremes A Saga..." (p. 268). This Ed Sullivan show is also mentioned in the newspaper KFWB/98 Hitline (August 23, 1966 issue) and in the Indianapolis Recorded (June 25, 1966 issue) as part of a contract of three appearances for the new Ed Sullivan season (episodes on September 25, November 27, 1966 and January 22, 1967). The two last episodes were postponed. The Ed Sullivan show scheduled on January 22, 1967 was postponed to May 7.
January 23
LP “The Supremes Sing Holland-Dozier-Holland” released (reached # 6 on pop charts in the USA and # 15 in the UK).
January 23-27
Engagement at the Elmwood Casino in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. 
January 28
Lead vocals on “Whistle While You Work”, “I’ve Got No Strings”, “When You Wish Upon A Star” and “Someday My Prince Will Come”. Background (and sometimes lead) vocals by Mary & Florence on “Toyland”, “Chim Chim Cher-ee”, “Ballad Of Davy Crockett”, Whistle While You Work”, “I’ve Got No Strings”, “When You Wish Upon A Star” and Land Of Make Believe”. All songs for the unreleased album “The Supremes Sing Disney Classics” (see also April 26). 
January 29
Concert at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. 
January 31
Lead vocal on “If I Ruled The World” and “You Took Advantage Of Me”. Background vocals on “Dancing on The Ceiling” and “You Took Advantage Of Me”. 
Jan - Feb
After the concert at the Elmwood Casino, the Supremes performed a few other concerts in the area and returned to Detroit to perform at the Roostertail (see February 13-25 about the cancelled engagement at the Roostertail). 
February 2
Concert at the Palestra, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. 
February 3
Concert at the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, PA, (8:30 p.m.).
February 4
Closing gala of the MIDEM festival in Cannes (France): the Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, the Supremes and Andy Williams are equal awarded a National trophy. None of those artists attend the event and the trophies are given to representatives but Barbra Streisand and Diana Ross each give a phone call during the ceremony. 
February 5
Concert at the Dorton Arena in Raleigh, NC. 
February 9
Concert at the Music Hall in Cleveland, OH. (erroneously at the Cleveland Arena according to http://theconcertdatabase.com/)
February 10
Concerts at the MSU Auditorium in East Lansing, MI, (shows at 7 p.m. & 9 p.m.). 
February 11
Concerts at the Indiana University Auditorium in Bloomington (2 shows). 
February 13
TV show “Ice Capades Special” (highlights only). Taped between December 5 &18.
February (-)
(between 13-17) The Supremes spend two days in Detroit taping for “Voice of America”. 
February 13-25
Engagement at the Roostertail in Detroit, MI. Cancelled. 
According to the Detroit Free Press (February 10, 1967 issue), this engagement was cancelled without any explanation. The Toys performed as replacement the first week (February 13-19) and Tony Bennett for the second (February 20-2
6).
One can think that this cancellation is linked to Florence drinking problem, and led to the meeting held on April 23 that would conduct to her being fired from the group.
Feb (~20/26)
Diana Ross visits Doris Day on the set of “The Ballad of Josie”. 
It's erroneously written on wikipedia that the movie was released on February 1, 1967 when it was actually in most theaters in the beginning of 1968.
February 26
Lead vocals on “All I Know About You”.
February 27-?
Beginning of an engagement at the Americana Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 
March 2
TV show “ABC Stage 67: Rodgers And Hart Today Special”. 
The broadcast date is erroneously May 11, 1967 in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” and Taraborrelli’s books and also in the booklet of “The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart - The Complete Recordings” CD. November 23, 1966 is given by the UCLA Film & Television Archive website (it’s maybe the date the tape was archived; the Supremes were performing in Oregon at that time). Ribowsky erroneously proposes March 12 (p. 271). A Fan Club Newsletter of autumn 1966 also erroneously announces March 15 as airdate. See also August 1966.
March 2 & 8
Recording sessions of “The Happening”.
It’s unclear if it a track or a vocal session and therefore there's a possible conflict with the engagement in Puerto Rico – March 2 is most probably a track session only.
March 8
Vocals on new versions of “The Happening” and “All I Know About You”. Background vocals on “All I Know About You”.
March 9
Concert at the Walsh Auditorium at the Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ.  
March 10
Concert at the New Haven Arena in New Haven, Connecticut.  Show at 8:30 p.m.
March 11
- “Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone” reaches # 1 on pop charts.
- Concert at the Rose Hill Gymnasium at Fordham University in New York, NY. 
March 13-26
Two weeks engagement at the Latin Casino, Cherry Hill in New Jersey, with comedy team of Pepper Davis and Tony Reese, 2 shows nightly.
Note
that the ads in the Town Topics Princeton could give the impression that the following dates: March 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 23 & 25 are days off but they are not – except maybe for March 22 otherwise in conflict with the premiere of “The Happening” – I guess the bus tour accommodation was not available every day).
Engagement erroneously shortened to March 17-26 in the booklet of "The Supremes Sing H-D-H Expanded".
In conflict with the Eden Roc engagement (March 22- April 2).
March 20
Single “The Happening” released. (erroneously March 30 in J. Randy Taraborrelli “Diana” p.78)
The Supremes with the Job Corps Citizenship Award Trophies, probably circa March - May 1967.  
Florence Ballard, Donald Payne of Newark, Mary Wilson, William Hart of the Job Coprs (and futur East Orange mayor), WNJR discJokey Hal Jackson, Diana Ross, Bill Payne of Newark.
March 22
The Supremes at the opening Gala for “The Happening” film premiere at the Adams Theater in Detroit (also with Faye Dunaway, Anthony Quinn). 
March 27-April 2
Engagement at the Eden Roc (Pompeii Room) in Miami, FL, with Sonny Sands.
In her book, Mary Wilson situates imprecisely an engagement at the Deauville Hotel in March and at the Eden Rock in April, the latter with Sonny Sand: her information have been mixed, and somehow repeated in Ribowsky’s book (p.282). The Chicago Tribune also lists incorrectly the engagement from March 22 to April 2.
(before June 31)
A show is missed by Florence in Montreal in 1967 (date unknown), according to J. Randy Taraborrelli “Diana” (p.76), but this would also mean that there is another Montreal concert before the Expo 67 engagement (see August 1967) as Florence was fired from the group on July 1st. The show in Montreal might have been mistaken with the engagement at the Elmwood Casino in Windsor, Ontario, Canada (January 23-27). 
Spring
(March - June)

Concert at the Cave in Vancouver, Canada.
In Billboard November 18, 1967 issue: “Last spring, when the Supremes appeared in Vancouver…” but no other trace of a concert or an engagement in Vancouver in the spring of 1967 has been found yet (the Supremes were in Montreal in August 20 to 23 and at the Cave in Vancouver from October 2 to 14 which doesn’t mean they weren’t in the spring…).

Those two above concerts / engagements in Canada (either Montreal or Vancouver) could have occurred around May 7 when the Supremes where in Montreal for an Ed Sullivan Show. 
April (-)
An engagement in Atlantic City, NJ, in April according to J. Randy Taraborrelli (in “Unauthorized Biography” p.159-160) for which Berry Gordy proposed Barbara Randolph as Florence’s replacement (Diana Ross refused).
No trace of this engagement has been found in the press yet. It could have been mistaken with the Latin Casino engagement (March 13-26).
April-June
The Supremes star in a promotional film for the United Foundation. The film, a 17-minutes and 16 mm. color production, is shown at hundreds of offices, schools and factories in the Detroit area to give an account of the work done by some of the 200 agencies which are part of the United Foundation.
The filming is most probably situated between April and June but it’s only a guess; the film was first presented to Berry Gordy and other Motown executives in July according to an article in the Detroit Free Press. 
April 3
Single “L’Amore Verra” b/w “Se Il Filo Spezzerai” (sung in Italian) released in Italy.
April 7-15
Engagement at the Twin Coaches, Pittsburg, PA.
Engagement erroneously shortened to April 7-9 in the booklet of “The Supremes Sing H-D-H Expanded”.
April 16
Vocals on “We Couldn’t Get Along Without You” which is a new version of “My World Is Empty Without You” with new lyrics (see also April 19).
April 19
- Interracial Council for Business Opportunity’s third annual award ceremony and dinner at the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Biltmore in New York where Berry Gordy is awarded for business leadership. During his acceptance speech, he announces the creation of the Lucy Wakefield Business Career Clinic (named after his late sister).”We Couldn’t Get Along Without You”, a new version of “My World Is Empty Without You” with new lyrics, recorded in secret by the Supremes, was piped into the PA system by surprise at the end of Berry Gordy’s speech. 
- Beginning of a college tour across the South, with a concert at the Municipal Auditorium in Atlanta. 
April 20
Concert at the Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro.
April 21
- Recording session for “Forever Came Today” according to Mary Wilson, but that concerns only the recording of the track and not the vocals (vocals are recorded on December 20, 1967 and January 6, 1968).
- Concert at the Stokely Athletic Center in Knoxville, TN. 
The concert is held in 1966 according to http://theconcertdatabase.com but according to the poster the concert was on Friday April 21, so it can’t be in 1966. It’s also not compatible with the events and engagements in 1966 (the date is confirmed in the booklet of "The Supremes Sing H-D-H Expanded").
April 23
- Florence Ballard, too drunk missed the morning departure to New Orleans and missed the show. She is sent back to Detroit and the concert is assured by Diana Ross and Mary Wilson only. That will cause the meeting at Berry Gordy’s mansion during which Florence is asked to leave the group.
According to some books, this meeting was held on April 23 in presence of Berry Gordy, Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard and her mother. It might be in conflict with the travel organization of the tour. See also April (-) in Atlantic City. 
- Concert at the Loyola Field House in New Orleans, LA.  (Diana Ross and Mary Wilson only)
April 24
- Concert (part of the College tour) - Exact location unknown.  Marlene Barrow replaces Florence Ballard.
April 26
Lead vocals on “It Won’t Be Long ‘Til Christmas”,  “A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes”, “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”, “Toyland”, “Chim Chim Cher-ee”, all intended for the unreleased LP “Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing Disney Classics” (see also January 28).
April 29
Concert at the Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA.
This concert was a charity event for the United Negro College Fund and for the UCLA School of Music (with other acts like Johnny Rivers, the 5th Dimension, Buffalo Springfield).
Florence Ballard is replaced for the first time by Cindy Birdsong.  
The show was recorded by KHJ radio and its set list is the following: You Keep Me Hangin’On / Medley: Stop! In The Name Of Love-Come See About Me-My World Is Empty Without You-Baby Love / Michelle / More / Back In My Arms Again / Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone / Yesterday / You Can’t Hurry Love / (intermission, introduction and speech of Berry Gordy, Jr.) / The Happening / Somewhere / I Hear A Symphony / Sam Cooke medley: You Send Me-For Sentimental Reason-Cupid-Chain Gang-Bring It On Home To Me-Shake) 
This concert is erroneously dated on April 30 in Nelson George "Where Did Our Love Go?" (p.162) and April 19 in  Ribowsky "The Supremes A Saga..." (p.288).
May 7
TV show “The Ed Sullivan Show”. Broadcast from Montreal’s Expo’67.
Erroneously dated on May 21 in Mary Wilson’s book and in Ribowsky's book p. 280.
May 8
Day off. 
May 9
- Day off according to the Fan Club Newsletter n°2 1967 but in conflict with the recording session.
- Lead and background vocals on “Reflections”. 
- Broadcast on the CBC Radio Network (Canada) of the “Tuesday Night series”. During this show the question “how the Beatles changed the world” is discussed by the Lovin’ Spoonful, the Supremes, Brian Epstein… 
May 10
Day off. According to the Fan Club Newsletter n°2 (1967), the Supremes supposedly have four days off between the Ed Sullivan show (May 7) and the engagement at the Copacabana (beginning May 11) which of course makes only three days off…
May 11
See March 2 for the TV show “ABC Stage 67: Rodgers And Hart Today Special”.
May 11-24
Engagement at the Copacabana in New York, NY, Two shows nightly at 8 p.m. and midnight and three shows on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 8 p.m., 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. (so 3 shows on May 12, 13, 14 & 19, 20, 21 – and a total of 34 performances for this engagement).  
Two shows of May 19 are recorded for a planned album that remained unreleased until the expanded edition of “The Supremes Sing H-D-H” (partial release of the concert).
Erroneously situated in April, (no day indication) in the Detroit Free Press February 3, 1967.
During their engagement at the Copa, the Supremes visit the New York WMCA.
Picture on the right : Mary, Dan, Diana, Gary, Florence.
May (-)
(probably between May 11 & 24). The Supremes participate to the 100th anniversary of Stern Brothers (store) in New York (they probably performed live). 
May 13
“The Happening” reaches # 1 on pop charts.
May 21
- TV show “What’s My Line” (game show in which the Supremes are mystery guest and promote their appearance at the Copacabana).  
- See May 7 for information on the Ed Sullivan Show.

May 22
- LP “The Supremes Sing Rodgers And Hart” released. (# 20 on pop charts).
- TV show “The Tonight Show”.
This is Florence Ballard’s last TV appearance with the Supremes.  
Erroneously situated after June 12 in Taraborrelli's “An Unauthorized Biography” (p. 165).
May 26
Beginning of a five-days Midwest college tour: concert at the Armory Fieldhouse in the University of Cincinnati, OH. 
May 27
Concert at the Southern Illinois University in Carmondale, IL.
May 28
Concert at the Hara Arena in Dayton, OH. 
May 29
Concert at the Minneapolis Auditorium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, MN.
May 30 (& 31?)
Concert at the Arena Auditorium in Duluth, Minnesota, MN. 
June 1-10
Engagement at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington DC. 
June 5
The Supremes attend the Temptations’ first concert of their engagement at the Club Venus in Baltimore (engagement from June 5 to June 11).
Conflict with the Supremes’ Shoreham engagement (see June 1-10) – maybe the Supremes’ engagement was only one concert per evening and they attended the second show of the Temptations (if they performed twice that evening)?
June 7
On Wednesday, June 7, during the engagement at the Shoreham Hotel, the Supremes
- perform for an hour to entertain injured troops at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center,
- perform in the afternoon during an outdoor swimming pool dedication ceremony for low-income youngsters who live in Washington’s Frederick Douglas Homes. The ceremony is headed by Vice President Humphrey in presence of Berry Gordy. “Things Are Changing” recorded by the Supremes for the Equal Opportunities Campaign was also played. The brief performance of the Supremes included at least “Stop! In The Name Of Love” and “Baby Love”.
June 11
Concert at the Symphony Hall, in New Jersey.  
Erroneously located in Washington DC in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”, the CD box set 50
th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961-69, p.42, and Ribowsky’s “The Supremes, A Saga…” p. 280).
June 12
Lead and background vocals on “In And Out Of Love” in Detroit or Los Angeles (see also June 13). Background vocals on “It’s Going All The Way To True Love”.
This is Florence Ballard’s last recording session as a Supreme. 
June 13
Additional background vocals on “In And Out Of Love” by the Andantes.
June 13-26
Engagement at the Cocoanut Grove in the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, CA (one show nightly at 10:15 p.m. Monday thru Thursday, and two shows Friday and Saturday at 9:30 p.m. and midnight).
Mary Wilson shortened the engagement from June 13 to 18 and Mark Ribowsky writes it’s an 11 days engagement.
Backstage at the Grove:
After party on opening night at the Cocoanut Grove:
June 22
Recording sessions for “Lonely Boy” and “Ask The Lonely” (both unreleased) according to Mary Wilson, but it’s unlikely a vocal sessions if not held in Los Angeles because of the Cocoanut Grove engagement.
June 23
The Supremes at the Democratic Party fund-raising dinner-ball at the Century Plaza Hotel in presence of President Lyndon Johnson. The second show of the evening at the Cocoanut Grove must have been cancelled for this event. The Supremes meet President Johnson after their show. Mary Wilson erroneously situates this event in Las Vegas on June 23 in the itinerary section of her book, and erroneously in August in the main text (p.204). 
June 29-July 19
Engagement at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas (dinner show at 8:15 p.m. and late show at midnight). The Supremes were wearing tuxedos for their opening numbers. 
Florence Ballard is fired the day after her birthday, so after the first show of July 1st,
to the contrary of some sources that states Florence Ballard did only the first show on opening night; (the second show of the evening of July 1st and the rest of the engagement are performed by Cindy Birdsong). Florence is definitely dismissed.  
The marquee on the hotel stated “The Supremes with Diana Ross” according to J. Randy Taraborrelli, 
but it was “Diana Ross & the Supremes” according to Nelson George and Mark Ribowsky.
Note: the marquee for their engagement at the Steel Pier in August 13 to 19 was "The Supremes with Diana Ross" (see pictures below), so it was most probably the same for this engagement at the Flamingo.
Engagement erroneously dated June 28-July 19 in Mary Wilson “Dreamgirl”, Mark Ribowsky “The Supremes A Saga…” (p.290) and J. Randy Taraborrelli “Diana Ross: The Unauthorized Biography” (p.165 & 167). Erroneously extended to July 20 in Nelson George "Where Did Our Love Go?”.
Florence Ballard's last photo shoot  as a Supreme - in Nevada around June 29 - July 1st.
July 18
The Supremes invited to Milton Berle screening of “Who’s Minding The Mint” in Las Vegas, NV.
July 19
Last day of their engagement at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas.
July 22
Concert at the Yale Bowl, New Haven, Connecticut.
After the concert the group return to Detroit.
July 23
Beginning of riots in Detroit.
July 24
Single “Reflections” released (#2 on pop charts). First single to be labeled “Diana Ross & the Supremes”
July 28
The federal troops, deployed because of the riots, begin to be withdrawn.
July 29
Concert at the Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in New York, NY (bill shared with the Four Tops). 
July 30
Date reserved as the Forest Hills concert “rain date”. 
Aug (before 13)
In “Dreamgirl” (p.204) Mary Wilson erroneously refers to a performance at a fundraising dinner for President Johnson in August before the engagement at the Steel Pier (see June 23).
August 5-9
Concerts at the Allentown Fair, in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Shows at 6:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
August 6
Press conference at the George Washington Motor Lodge, where the Supremes are staying during the engagement at the Allentown Fair. 
August 8
Concert at the St. Moritz Hotel in New York, NY.
Conflict with the concert in Allentown, found only in Mary Wilson's book and most probably erroneous. 
August 12
- Concert at the Concord Resort Hotel in Kiamesha Lake, NY. 
- TV show “American Bandstand”. According to TV.com this show shows only vintage clips from past shows.
- The Supremes are voted best female group at the National Association of Radio and TV Announcers (NARA / NARTA) Awards (Golden Mike Awards) at the Regency Hyatt House in Atlanta. The Supremes being at Kiamesha Lake did not attend the ceremony. 
August 13-19
Engagement at Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ.
The marquee at Steel Pier reads: “The Supremes with Diana Ross”. During this engagement Diana and Cindy’s hotel rooms are visited by a robber (apparently on Sunday morning the 20th while Diana and Cindy were away). 
August 19
Local TV show in Philadelphia “Summertime on The Pier Show” from Steel Pier.
This is Cindy Birdsong’s first TV appearance as a Supreme.
August 20-22
The Supremes in Montreal, Québec: concert at the salle Wilfried Pelletier, Place des Arts, Québec. 
In "Dreamgirl" Mary Wilson states the Supremes are in Montreal on August 20, without specifically saying they are performing that day. A radio archive broadcast on August 22 says: “...show in which they’re still appearing in the Salle Wilfried Pelletier of the Place de Arts” (click here to listen to this archive).
August 21-23
Six concerts at the Expo’ 67 Theatre in Montreal, Canada (2 shows per day at 6:30 p.m. & 9:30 p.m.).
The Supremes stayed at the Hotel Bonaventure in Montreal were Diana Ross held a press conference.
In conflict with the concerts at the salle Wilfried Pelletier as the concerts for the Expo’ 67 are not supposed to have been held there.
August 27
- Diana Ross and the Supremes attend the reception at the Pontchartrain Hotel in Detroit during Motown’s Showcase ’68 (Motown’s Showcase ’68 was Motown’s first national convention held August 25 to 28). 
- Concert at the Roostertail in Detroit, MI, recorded for a still unreleased album.
This concert is part of the Motown “Showcase ‘68”. The all-Motown show, headlined by Diana Ross & the Supremes also featured Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Chris Clark, the Spinners and the Messengers. 

Note:
“You Keep Me Hangin’ On” and “Reflections” from this show surfaced on the bonus CD of the Supremes Box Set in 2000. See the discography for other songs on acetate.
August 28-30
Engagement at the Ohio State Fair in Columbus, OH.
Other artists booked at the fair (between August 24 & September 6: Herb Alpert, Andy Williams, Sonny & Cher, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Herman’s Hermits, Pat Boone, the Sandpapers and Bob Hope. 
August 29
LP “Diana Ross And The Supremes Greatest Hits” released. First LP release with the group’s name changed.
September 1
September 1st is mistakenly added to the Michigan State Fair engagement (September 2 to 4) in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” (the Sandpipers performed on August 30, 31 and September 1).
September 2-4
Three days of free concerts at the Michigan State Fair (three concerts per day: at 3 p.m., at 6 p.m. and at 9:30 p.m.). Other artists booked during the ten days of the fair: Johnny Cash, Sergio Mendes and Brazil ’66, the New Vaudeville Band, Buddy Greco and the Buddy Rich Band.
September 11-16
Engagement at the Carousel Theater in Framingham, MA, with the Temptations as opening act.
In the Fan Club newsletter n°2 (1967), this engagement is mislabeled as “at the Farmington Music Circus at Farmington, MA” and erroneously extended to September 17. This mistake is also reproduced in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”. Framingham is mistaken with Farmington and the latter is not in Massachusetts but in Connecticut and the Music Circus is in Lambertville in New Jersey.
September 17
Concert at the Rhodes Island Auditorium in Providence, Rhode Island. 
September 18-19
Concerts at the Big E Coliseum in West Springfield, MA. (4 free shows during the run of New England's state fair at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.).
September 20-22
Taping of the “Hollywood Palace” (broadcast on September 26) according to Billboard (September 16, 1967 issue).
September 23
Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” erroneously indicates this date for a “Hollywood Palace”. (see also September 20-22 & 26)
September 25
Diana Ross’s “Secret Of A sparrow” erroneously indicates this date for a “Hollywood Palace”. (see also September 20-22 & 26)
September 26
TV show “The Hollywood Palace”.
Cindy Birdsong’s first TV appearance with Diana Ross and the Supremes on national TV.  
Note:
the Hollywood Palace was usually a Saturday show (at 9:30 p.m.) but it was shifted to Tuesday (10:00 p.m.) this season, so all shows from September 5, 1967 to January 2, 1968 are broadcast on Tuesdays – see also September 20-22 & May 4, 1968.
Sept - October
The Supremes attend the premiere of the film “The Happening” in Rome, Italy (“Cominciò pergioco”) and also give some shows (possibly between September 23 to 26 or October 15 to 26 according the magazine “Giovani” (September 14, 1967 issue). This is also the first time the Supremes come to Italy according to the same article.
Sept 26-Oct 1
Engagement at the Melodyland Theatre in Anaheim, CA. The Temptations as opening act. Shows at 8:30 p.m. ; on Saturday: 6:30 & 9:30 p.m. ; on Sunday: 3:00 & 8:00 p.m.
October 2-14
Engagement at The Cave theater in Vancouver, Canada.
Erroneously extended to October 16 in Mary Wilson’s “Supreme Glamour”.
Note:
Florence Ballard is pictured on the ads even though she’s not a member of the group anymore and the group billed “Diana Ross & the Supremes”. 
October 14
Recording sessions of “Up, Up And Away” and Ode To Billie Joe” according to Mary Wilson but it’s unlikely a vocal session because of the Vancouver engagement.
October (-)
Diana Ross and the Supremes in Las Estacas in Mexico to film the episode “The Convert” of the TV series “Tarzan” with Ron Ely. 
October 25
Single “In And Out Of Love” released (# 9 on pop charts in December). 
October 27
Concert at the McArthur Court, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. 
October 28
Concert at the Memorial Coliseum in Portland, OR. 
October 29
Concert at the Coliseum in Spokane, Washington.
October 30
Concert at the Arena in Seattle, Washington. 
November 3
Concert at the Coliseum in Oakland, CA. 
November 4
Concert at the UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles, CA, with Hugh Masekela and Sandy Baron. 
November 6-12
Rehearsing and taping of the TV show “The Tennessee Ernie Ford Special” in Los Angeles (broadcast on December 3). 
Nov 16 or 17
Recording of the medleys for the next Ed Sullivan show (November 19).
November 19
TV show “The Ed Sullivan Show”. 
Diana Ross & the Supremes perform “In And Out Of Love”, “duets” with the Temptations and a medley – see TVgraphy for more detailed information.
November 27
See December 19 about recording sessions.
December 3
December (-)
Vacation at the beginning of December.
December 13
Background vocals on “Every Time I Feel The Spirit”, “What A Friend We Have In Jesus”, recorded at Golden World (another recording studio in Detroit which became Motown’s “Studio B”).
December 18
Recording sessions for “I’m Gonna Make It” and “Treat Me Nice John Henry”.
December 19
Lead vocals on “Every Time I Feel The Spirit”, “What A Friend We Have In Jesus”, recorded at Golden World studio.
Mary Wilson dates those sessions on November 27 which is probably the date the tracks were recorded.
December 20
Lead vocals on “Forever Came Today”. 
December 24
Belgium: TV show “Tienerklanken”. This is a repeat of “Hullabaloo!” of December 13, 1965.
December 22-31
Engagement at the Deauville Hotel (Casanova Room) in Miami, FL.