The band promoted the album on a large Yugoslav tour, with 59 concerts.  The beginning of the tour featured two concerts in Belgrade's Pionir Hall , with about 5,000 spectators per concert.  The first concert was marked by an incident: the Hall's manager refused to turn of the lights in the Hall, fearing that the audience could "demolish the parquetry".  The opening band, Papatra (which featured Miroslav Cvetković), performed under the lights switched on, but Đorđević refused to go out on the stage until the light are turned off.  The efforts of the band, the Hall's management and the police to reach an agreement lasted for about an hour, and there was a danger from the angry audience's reactions, but, eventually, the management was persuaded to turn the lights off.  At the end of June, they headlined a concert in Zagreb, which was organized by the newspaper Vjesnik and featured the most popular Yugoslav bands at the time.  At that time, Aleksić got married so, for several concerts, he was once again replaced by Cvetković.  During the tour, the band performed in Belgrade once again, on Kalemegdan . The concert featured guest appearance by Gillan bass guitarist John McCoy , who would produce the band's following album, on the cover of ZZ Top song " Tush ".  The concert featured about 10,000 spectators, and was, despite the fact that some of them got injured, praised by the press.