Newark Symphony Hall: on April 10, 1990 Digital Underground perform in Newark, New Jersey. Photo by Al Periera.


Marin City Show: Tupac, 5150, & Ant D.O.G. of Link Crew Live 1989 Marin City performing Self Destruction. 


Brotherhood Creed Concert: Tupac performing "Crooked Nigga Too" on the "They Want EFX" instrumental in 1992. Big Hutch from Above the Law could also be seen on stage.


Dance Party USA: Tupac performs "If My Homie Calls" on Dance Party USA on January 12, 1992.


Yo MTV Raps: In 1992 Tupac with Big Stretch and Money B performing "If My Homie Calls" on Yo MTV Raps.


Arsenio Hall Show: On May 3, 1990 Tupac’s first TV appearances with Digital Underground on Arsenio Hall Show performing the "Humpty Dance" According to Mouse Man Tupac told him that he was going to appear on the show dancing.


Cherry Hill Recreation Center: February 1985

KMEL Summer Jam: On August 1, 1992 Tupac, Naughty By Nature & Queen Latifah performs on stage at the KMEL Summer Jam in Mountain View, CA. Tupac was also backstage with Mopreme and Spice 1.


The Palladium Club MTV: Club MTV was a half hour television show modeled after American Bandstand that aired on MTV from August 31, 1987, to June 26, 1992. Hosted by Downtown Julie Brown at The Palladium, a dance club in New York City.


Monster of Rap Concert: On January 31, 1992 The concert featured live performances by Naughty By Nature, a rear performance by Tupac, Queen Latifah, Paris and Digital Underground in San Fransisco, CA. Tupac performed Troublesome 92′ & Tha’ Lunatic


Apollo Theater: On February 1, 1992 Digital Underground at the Apollo Theater in Harlem NY. performing "No Nose Job" and "Kiss You Back" Tupac could be seen in the background. 


Budweiser Superfest: On June 29, 1991 Digital Underground perform at the Budweiser Superfest in Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, CA.  Johnny Gill, LL Cool, Pebbles, Keith Sweat and many others performed on stage.


First performance Tupac and Mouse at Eastside Crew in Cherry Hill Recreation Center. They performed several songs, among others there "Nigga Please" and "Rock On!"



The Stone Theater: San Quinn was a guest on the Murder Master Music Show and for the first time on air spoke about a 1992 incident with Tupac & Richie Rich which included the late rapper getting his ring took while swinging on Quinn’s crew with the microphone stand in a brawl.


LIVE STAGE & CONCERTS

Glam Slam West: On April 11, 1992 Tupac performed live at Prince’s ”Glam Slam West” nightclub in Los Angeles, California. He is on stage along with his half-brother Mopreme Shakur and Dana Smith aka Mouse Man. "Trapped", "If My Homie Calls" & "Troublesome" were a few songs they performed on stage.


Market Square Arena: On July 14, 1990 Digital Underground performs at Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. On this day Trouble T-Roy a back up dancer for Heavy D & Boyz got into a terrible accident that cost his life. He passed away the following day.


St Louis Arena: On August 16, 1990 Public Enemy, Heavy D., Digital Underground, Kid ‘N Play, Poor Righteous Teachers, and The Afros perform at St. Louis Arena, St Louis, MO, US.


Tupac joined a Harlem theater group called 127th Street Ensemble, where he did his first performance, as Travis, in A Raisin in the Sun, at the Apollo theater to raise money so Jesse Jackson could run for president.


New African Panther Show: In 1989 According to Ryan D One Nation Emcees which consist of Tupac, Ryan D & Klark Gable went on tour to Los Angeles to do a show for the New African Panther. They performed three songs Panther Power, One Nation Emcees and Fantasy.


Apollo Theater: August 1984

Tour of a Black Planet: On August 19, 1990 Digital Underground at the Summit in Houston Texas during the Public Enemy Tour. The line up also included Kid n Play, Ice Cube, Kwame and Young and the Restless.


KMEL Summer Jam: Digital Underground at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California on August 1, 1991. They conducted a interview backstage before the performance.


Riverfront Coliseum: On July 11, 1990 Public Enemy, Digital Underground, Heavy D., Kid ‘N Play, and En Vogue at Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH, US. "Packet Man" "Humpty Dance" & "Freaks of the Industry" where popular songs performed by Digital Underground.


Strictly Dope Show: In 1989, Leila Steinberg organized a concert with Tupac’s group, Strictly Dope a group including Marcus Scot, 2Pac, Shakeeo, Mike Cooley, Ray Luv; Puki, Byrone ''Cap B'' Dedrick and DJ Dize. The concert lead to him being signed with Atron Gregory who set him up with Digital Underground.


The Black Liberation Day: On May 25, 1991 Tupac performs a few songs "Trapped", "Brenda's Got a Baby" & "Never Surrenda" with Coolie Ranx and Wicked J at the African Liberation Day. The event was located in Sacramento, CA.