- no show audio or video
- DEVO's set may have included:*
- Private Secretary
- I Been Refused
- Sub-human Woman
- The Rope Song
- Pigs Waddle
- Be Stiff
- O No
- All of Us
Governance Chambers, Kent State University,
7:00 pm 
Opening Acts: N/A
- Jim Mothersbaugh's first performance with Devo.
- Devo's first performance at the Governance Chambers.
- This show was part of the yearly Creative Arts Festival.
- The second annual performance of "Private Secretary" and "Subhuman Woman."
- ↑ Daily Kent Stater, Volume XVIII, Number 93, 23 April 1974 (page 11). "Devo clan returns triumphant" Creative Arts Festival advertisement. Archived online by KSU library. Full text: Devo clan returns triumphant Devo makes a triumphant return to the site of last year's spectacle. The performance you've been hearing people talk about in hushed whispers, the performance that left the critics reeling, the performance that established new limits for modern music, the performance that had people wondering whether they were hearing the music of humans, or of some alien form of sonic deterrent. This is your chance. This year's performance will degenerate in the Governance Chambers (as is altogether fitting). Seats will be at a premium, so get there early. Do not miss "Private Secretary," "I Been Refused," "Sub-human Woman," "The Rope Song," "Pigs Waddle," "Be Stiff," "Androgyny," "O No" and "All of Us" as performed by Gerald and Robert Casale, Robert Lewis and James and Mark Mothersbaugh ... the incredible Devo, 7 p.m. Teusday, April 23, the Governance Chambers.
- ↑ Daily Kent Stater, Volume XVIII, Number 92, 19 April 1974. "Teusday, April 23"... "Devo - Musical performance - Gov. Chambers - 7 pm" Creative Arts Festival advertisement. Archived online by KSU library.
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