Porno For Pyros - October 04, 1996 - Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

Date: October 04, 1996
Location: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY
Recorded: Audio
Status: Confirmed
Type: Concert
Lineup: Perry Farrell
Stephen Perkins
Peter DiStefano
Mike Watt
Artwork:

Setlist:

Orgasm
Porno For Pyros
Meija
Good God's Urge
Wishing Well
Sadness
Thick Of It All
Dogs Rule The Night
Black Girlfriend
Tahitian Moon
Pets
Porpoise Head
Mountain Song
Kimberly Austin
100 Ways

Show Information:

Show confirmed by the following article:

Daily News (New York)
October 04, 1996, Friday
HERE COME THE BRIDES - AND THEN, HERE COME THE BIKES ON CHARITY TOUR
SECTION: Television; Pg. 114

GETTING married? No? Then maybe you'd just like a nice low-stress bike ride around town.

Either way, radio is here.

WBLS (107.5 FM) today opens a three-day African-American Bridal Expo at the Hotel Pennsylvania, Seventh Ave. and 33d St. Dozens of vendors will display bridal services, with an emphasis on ways brides can incorporate African-American traditions.

Hours are 11 a.m.-10 p.m. today and tomorrow, noon-7 p.m. Sunday. Call 718-857-8609.

WXRK (92.3 FM), meanwhile, hosts the 1996 MS Bike Tour Sunday, starting at 7 a.m. at the World Trade Center. Gary Dell'Abate is grand marshal.

There are three options: a 30-mile traffic-free ride around Manhattan or 60 and 100-mile rides that go over to Jersey. Minimum pledge is $ 50-$ 100.

Call (212) 463-9791 up to 4 p.m. tomorrow, or register on-site.

AROUND THE DIAL: WCBS (880 AM) and WINS (1010 AM) will carry Sunday night's presidential debate live at 9. WBBR (1130 AM) will have a reporter there, but stay with its regular newscasts. . . . WRGX (107.1 FM) in Westchester marks its third anniversary tonight with Porno for Pyros at the Capitol Theater in Portchester. Creative attire encouraged. . . . Fred Hershkowitz of WBAI (99.5 FM) offers his "sex special" tonight, 7:30-midnight, on "Homefries." Anti-nuclear activist Helen Caldicott gives a talk tonight at 7 at the Martin Luther King Labor Center, 310 W. 43d St., to benefit WBAI. Call (212) 279-0707. . . . Gary Tann's "Harlem After Midnite" tonight on WHCR (90.3 FM) features Craig T. Cooper's newest, "A Romantic Letter."