8 July, 1981 – 26 September 26, 1981 (United States)
Hailed as one of the greatest live shows of the 1970s and 1980s by Rolling Stone, the Triumph Tour grossed $5.5 million and became one of The Jacksons' most successful tour. The brothers performed in 36 US cities, including Memphis, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California, where the band concluded their tour with four sold-out shows.

22 January, 1979 – 26 September 26, 1980

The Destiny Tour accompanied The Jacksons' 1978 Destiny album. The brothers toured 80 US cities in the United States and played several dates in France, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Kenya and the UK. Several of the concerts from the tour had to be cancelled because Michael Jackson became sick with the flu.

22 January 22 - 13 May 1978
The Jacksons' interim Tour brought the siblings to fans in the US and Europe.

19 May 19 - 24 May 24, 1977

The Jacksons performed in France, Germany, The Netherlands and the UK during their tour of Europe. In the latter country, the brothers sang at a Royal Command Performance for Queen Elizabeth II.