Promoter Irving Feld puts another compelling package out in the spring of 1957 headlined by Fats Domino. This gathering of talent focuses on black performers in an attempt to avoid the problems encountered in 1956. It didn't always work as the racial tensions remained in the south. In addition, Fats Domino goes AWOL for some shows when it approaches his home in New Orleans and has to be forced back on the tour. Booked for 45-dates, the tour is so successful that repeat dates are booked in several cities.