Feb–Mar 1973: "Orientation '73" (NZ universities – as support to Itambu)
Apr 1973: NZ (as support to John Mayall's Bluesbreakers)
Feb 1975: "Orientation '75" (NZ universities)
Jun–Jul 1975: "Black & White" (NZ)
Jul 1975: Aus (as support to Lou Reed)
Feb–Mar 1976: "Enz Of The Earth" (NZ/Aus)
Sep–Oct 1976: "Jackpot" (UK) (as support to Jack The Lad)
Nov–Dec 1976: UK
Dec 1976–Jan 1977: "Courtin' The Act" (Aus/NZ)
Feb–Mar 1977: US
Apr–May 1977: UK
Sep–Oct 1977: "Dizrythmia" (NZ/Aus)
Dec 1977: The Netherlands
Feb–Mar 1979: Aus
Apr 1979: "Whirl Wind" (NZ leg)
May 1979: "Give It A Whirl" (NZ)
Jul–Sep 1979: "Whirl Wind" (Aus leg)
Dec 1979: "Enz Of The '70s" (Aus)
1980: "Trooping The Colours" (NZ)
Mar–Apr 1980: "Sporting True Colours" (Aus – with The Sports)
May 1980: "Enz In The West" (Aus)
Jun 1980: Aus
Sep 1980: UK
Oct–Nov 1980: US/Canada
Nov–Dec 1980: UK/Europe
Mar 1981: "Outback" (Aus)
Apr–Aug 1981: "Waiata" (NZ/Aus/world)
1982: "Time And Tide" (NZ/Aus/USA/Canada)
1983: "Conflicting Emotions" (NZ)
Feb–Mar 1984: "Kia Kaha" (Aus)
Sep–Dec 1984: "Enz With A Bang" (Aus/NZ)
1993: "20th Anniversary Tour" (NZ)
2006: Aus reunion tour
2008: NZ reunion tour
Split Enz discography
Mental Notes (1975)
Second Thoughts (1976)
True Colours (1980)
Time and Tide (1982)
Conflicting Emotions (1983)
See Ya 'Round (1984)
Crowded House (Neil Finn, Paul Hester, Eddie Rayner, Tim Finn)
Finn Brothers (Neil Finn, Tim Finn)
The Swingers (Phil Judd)
Schnell Fenster (Phil Judd, Noel Crombie, Nigel Griggs)
The Makers (Eddie Rayner)
Citizen Band (Geoff Chunn, Mike Chunn)
Tarmac Adam (Paul Hester)
1986: Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior benefit concert, Mt. Smart Stadium, Auckland, 5 April.
1986: A special show at Middle Park Hotel in May 1986 to showcase Neil's new band Crowded House and Split Enz.
1989: Crowded House and Schnell Fenster toured together in 1989 bringing with it an assortment of former Split Enz alumni. Members of the Enz would get together on stage for a bit of a reunion during the tour. Phil Judd, though he was lead singer of Schnell Fenster chose not to take part in the reunion parts of the show. Conversely, Tim Finn, a member of neither group (he would later join Crowded House briefly as a full-time member), did occasionally join them.
1989/90: A short tour of Australia towards the end of 1989, ending with a special New Year's Eve show at the Darling Harbour Exhibition Centre, which included Crowded House, and Hunters and Collectors as support. One additional appearance was added for the Newcastle Earthquake Relief concert held on 18 February 1990, which also had Crowded House, Midnight Oil, Diesel, The Angels, Ian Moss, and Spy vs Spy on the bill.
1992: One-off promotional show for Air NZ and NZ Tourism Commission in Australia.
1992: One-off show to mark the band's 20th anniversary, to announce the 20th Anniversary Tour, and to launch Mike Chunn's Stranger Than Fiction book, Wynyard Tavern, Auckland, 10 December.
1993: The band reformed briefly in March (while Crowded House were recording their fourth album Together Alone) for the 20th Anniversary Tour of New Zealand.
1996: Neil and Tim Finn both featured prominently in Eddie Rayner's Enzso (Split Enz and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra) project and tour, making it arguably a semi-reunion.
1999: The core band members, Tim Finn, Neil Finn, Noel Crombie, Eddie Rayner, and Nigel Griggs regrouped in Auckland during 1999 and recorded a number of demos. There were ideas for an album, one which did not come to fruition.
1999: The band played two Enz of the Millennium shows in Auckland, New Zealand to see in the year 2000, 30 and 31 December .
2002: One-off private reunion for Neil and Sharon Finn's 20th wedding anniversary, 13 February.
2002: One-off reunion at Neil Finn's Roundhead Studios for webcast.
2002: Special TV appearance on Holmes show to mark the band's 30th anniversary, Kohimarama Yacht Club, Auckland, 10 December.
2005: In mid-2005, the band announced they would reform again for a tour of Australia in 2006 starting in June, with New Zealand dates forthcoming. The lineup for this tour was: Tim Finn, Neil Finn, Nigel Griggs, Eddie Rayner, Noel Crombie, Malcolm Green
2007: On 8 November, the band announced on New Zealand's TV3 on program Campbell Live, that they were indeed reforming and going on a New Zealand tour, starting in Christchurch, March 2008. The lineup for this tour was: Tim Finn, Neil Finn, Nigel Griggs, Eddie Rayner, Noel Crombie with Michael Barker on drums.
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