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|Tour by Nine Inch Nails|
A Nine Inch Nails performance during the Live: With Teeth tour featuring the "teeth" lighting fixtures
|Associated album||With Teeth|
|Start date||March 23, 2005|
|End date||July 8, 2006|
|No. of shows||163|
131 in North America
4 in South America
22 in Europe
2 in Asia
4 in Australia
|Nine Inch Nails concert chronology|
Live: With Teeth Tour was a concert tour in support of industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails' With Teeth album, which took place in early 2005, running until mid-2006, and was broken into five legs.
A concert tour is a series of concerts by an artist or group of artists in different cities, countries or locations. Often concert tours are named to differentiate different tours by the same artist and to associate a specific tour with a particular album or product. Especially in the popular music world, such tours can become large-scale enterprises that last for several months or even years, are seen by hundreds of thousands or millions of people, and bring in millions of dollars in ticket revenues. A performer who embarks on a concert tour is called a touring artist.
Industrial rock is a musical genre that fuses industrial music and rock music.
Nine Inch Nails, commonly abbreviated as NIN, is an American industrial rock band formed in Cleveland, Ohio in 1988. The band consists of producer and multi-instrumentalist Trent Reznor, as well as English musician Atticus Ross. Over the course of their three-decade existence, the band has signed with several major labels, the most current being Capitol Records, under the name The Null Corporation.
The Spring Arena and Summer Amphitheater legs were filmed for the Beside You in Time DVD, which was released in early 2007.
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|Pretty Hate Machine (1989)||"Head Like a Hole"||161|
|"Down in It"||26|
|"Something I Can Never Have"||96|
|"Help Me I Am in Hell"||31|
|The Downward Spiral (1994)||"Mr. Self Destruct"||24|
|"March of the Pigs"||164|
|The Fragile (1999)||"Somewhat Damaged"||31|
|"The Day the World Went Away"||31|
|"No, You Don't"||15|
|"Into the Void"||31|
|"The Big Come Down"||58|
|Still (2002)||"Adrift and at Peace"||2|
|With Teeth (2005)||"You Know What You Are?"||134|
|"The Hand That Feeds"||164|
|"Love Is Not Enough"||79|
|"Every Day Is Exactly the Same"||32|
|"The Line Begins To Blur"||125|
|"Beside You in Time"||61|
|"Right Were It Belongs"||67|
|Covers||"Get Down, Make Love" (Queen)||15|
|"Dead Souls" (Joy Division)||39|
|"African Student Movement" (Saul Williams)||2|
|"List of Demands (Reparations)" (Saul Williams)||2|
|"Final Solution" (Pere Ubu)||6|
|With Teeth sessions||"Non-Entity"||33|
|"Not So Pretty Now"||3|
|Songs from soundtracks movies||"Burn" (Natural Born Killers)||161|
|"Deep" (Lara Croft: Tomb Raider)||18|
The production for the club tour was minimal. Due to this, the band was able to change setlist often and move some songs up and down from show to show.
|March 23, 2005||Fresno, California||United States||William Saroyan Theater|
|March 24, 2005||Reno, Nevada||Reno Hilton Showroom|
|March 25, 2005||Davis, California||Freeborn Hall|
|March 30, 2005||London||England||London Astoria|
|March 31, 2005|
|April 27, 2005||San Francisco||United States||The Warfield|
|April 28, 2005|
|April 30, 2005||Paradise, Nevada||The Joint|
|May 1, 2005||Indio, California||Coachella Festival|
|May 3, 2005||Denver||Fillmore Auditorium|
|May 4, 2005|
|May 6, 2005||Chicago||Congress Theater|
|May 7, 2005|
|May 9, 2005||Toronto||Canada||Kool Haus|
|May 10, 2005|
|May 12, 2005||Boston||United States||The Orpheum|
|May 13, 2005|
|May 15, 2005||New York City||Hammerstein Ballroom|
|May 16, 2005|
|May 18, 2005||Philadelphia||Electric Factory|
|May 19, 2005|
|May 21, 2005||Atlanta||The Tabernacle|
|May 22, 2005|
|May 24, 2005||Houston||Verizon Wireless Theater|
|May 25, 2005||Austin, Texas||Stubb's Bar-B-Q|
|May 27, 2005||Tempe, Arizona||Marquee Theatre|
|May 28, 2005|
|May 30, 2005||San Diego||Soma San Diego|
|May 31, 2005|
|June 2, 2005||Mexico City||Mexico||Sports Palace Dome|
Same as above.
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|June 10, 2005||Scheeßel||Germany||Hurricane Festival|
|June 12, 2005||Tuttlingen||Southside Festival|
|June 14, 2005||Vienna||Austria||Outdoor Arena|
|June 15, 2005||Berlin||Germany||Columbiahalle|
|June 17, 2005||Hultsfred||Sweden||Hultsfred Festival|
|June 19, 2005||Seinäjoki||Finland||Provinssirock|
|June 22, 2005||Paris||France||Zenith de Paris|
|June 25, 2005||Oberhausen||Germany||Area 4 Festival|
|June 26, 2005||Nijmegen||Netherlands||Rockin' Park Festival|
|June 29, 2005||Barcelona||Spain||Razzmatazz|
|July 1, 2005||Belfort||France||Eurockéennes|
|July 2, 2005||Werchter||Belgium||Rock Werchter|
|July 4, 2005||London||England||Brixton Academy|
|July 5, 2005|
|July 7, 2005||Glasgow||Scotland||The Barrowland Ballroom|
|July 8, 2005||Birmingham||England||O2 Academy Birmingham|
|July 10, 2005||Manchester||Manchester Apollo|
|July 11, 2005|
|July 13, 2005||London||Brixton Academy|
|July 14, 2005|
Same as above.
|August 13, 2005||Tokyo||Japan||Summersonic Festival|
|August 14, 2005||Osaka|
|August 17, 2005||Melbourne||Australia||Rod Laver Arena|
|August 19, 2005||Sydney||Hordern Pavilion|
|August 20, 2005|
|August 22, 2005||Brisbane||Brisbane Entertainment Centre|
This leg incorporated a very elaborate visual display, incorporating a screen behind the stage, light columns, geometric light monitors, a grid of overhead lights, and a sheer silver screen that would drop in front of the stage. Each show began with the screen dropped down in front of the stage and would be raised as the second song in the set began. It would drop down again halfway through the set for "Eraser", "Right Where It Belongs", and "Beside You in Time", with film footage projected onto the screen for the former two songs.
Roy Bennett and Martin Phillips were responsible for the lighting design and stage design respectively.Bennett explained in a 2005 interview that much of the lighting was done using a series of LED lights arranged in "stalactites or stalagmites [formations] to tie in to the album artwork". DLP projectors were also used to project images onto a gauze screen in front of the stage. Using the gauze projection-screen, Phillips, Trent Reznor, and Rob Sheridan devised a "gag" where they projected "a sheet of glass shattering onto a downstage kabuki scrim that would drop as the glass shatters fell. ... We settled on Trent swinging his guitar at the gauze [and] shattering it, but with all the pieces falling up as the [screen] flew out".
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|September 16, 2005||San Diego||United States||Cox Arena|
|September 19, 2005||Phoenix, Arizona||America West Arena|
|September 20, 2005||Fresno, California||Selland Arena|
|September 23, 2005||Seattle||KeyArena|
|September 24, 2005||Portland, Oregon||Rose Garden Arena|
|September 26, 2005||Vancouver||Canada||Pacific Coliseum|
|September 28, 2005||Sacramento, California||United States||Arco Arena|
|September 30, 2005||Oakland, California||Oakland Arena|
|October 1, 2005||Los Angeles||Hollywood Bowl|
|October 4, 2005||West Valley City, Utah||E Center|
|October 5, 2005||Denver||Pepsi Center|
|October 7, 2005||Rosemont, Illinois||Allstate Arena|
|October 8, 2005||Detroit||Joe Louis Arena|
|October 9, 2005||Cleveland||Gund Arena|
|October 11, 2005||Saint Paul, Minnesota||Xcel Energy Center|
|October 13, 2005||Madison, Wisconsin||Alliant Energy Center|
|October 14, 2005||St. Louis||Savvis Center|
|October 16, 2005||San Antonio||SBC Center|
|October 17, 2005||Dallas||American Airlines Center|
|October 19, 2005||Houston||Toyota Center|
|October 21, 2005||Jacksonville, Florida||Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena|
|October 22, 2005||Tampa, Florida||St. Pete Times Forum|
|October 25, 2005||Orlando, Florida||TD Waterhouse Center|
|October 27, 2005||Atlanta||Philips Arena|
|October 29, 2005||New Orleans||Voodoo Experience|
|October 30, 2005||Memphis, Tennessee||Voodoo Experience|
|October 31, 2005||Nashville, Tennessee||Gaylord Entertainment Center|
|November 2, 2005||Washington, D.C.||MCI Center|
|November 3, 2005||New York City||Madison Square Garden|
|November 5, 2005||Philadelphia||Wachovia Spectrum|
|November 6, 2005||Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania||Wachovia Arena|
|November 8, 2005||Boston||Fleet Center|
|November 10, 2005||Toronto||Canada||Air Canada Centre|
|November 11, 2005||Montreal||Bell Centre|
|November 14, 2005||Winnipeg||MTS Centre|
|November 16, 2005||Edmonton||Rexall Place|
|November 17, 2005||Calgary||Olympic Saddledome|
|November 19, 2005||Oakland, California||United States||Oakland Coliseum|
|November 20, 2005||San Diego||Cox Arena|
|November 26, 2005||São Paulo||Brazil||Claro Festival|
|November 27, 2005||Rio de Janeiro|
|December 1, 2005||Buenos Aires||Argentina||Luna Park|
|December 6, 2005||Santa Cruz, California||United States||Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium|
|December 7, 2005||San Luis Obispo, California||Cal Poly Recreation Center|
|December 8, 2005||Reno, Nevada||Reno-Hilton Theater|
Same as above.
|February 10, 2006||Champaign, Illinois||United States||Assembly Hall|
|February 11, 2006||Milwaukee||Eagles Ballroom|
|February 12, 2006||Moline, Illinois||The MARK of the Quad Cities|
|February 14, 2006||Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin||Resch Center|
|February 16, 2006||Des Moines, Iowa||Wells Fargo Arena|
|February 17, 2006||Lincoln, Nebraska||Pershing Auditorium|
|February 18, 2006||Kansas City, Missouri||Kemper Arena|
|February 20, 2006||Walker, Michigan||DeltaPlex Arena|
|February 21, 2006||Toledo, Ohio||Toledo Sports Arena|
|February 23, 2006||Fort Wayne, Indiana||Allen County War Memorial Coliseum|
|February 24, 2006||Lexington, Kentucky||Rupp Arena|
|February 25, 2006||Cincinnati||U.S. Bank Arena|
|March 2, 2006||Quebec City||Canada||Colisée Pepsi|
|March 6, 2006||London, Ontario||John Labatt Centre|
|March 7, 2006||Erie, Pennsylvania||United States||Erie Civic Center|
|March 9, 2006||Rochester, New York||Blue Cross Arena|
|March 10, 2006||Amherst, Massachusetts||Mullins Center|
|March 11, 2006||Atlantic City, New Jersey||House of Blues|
|March 13, 2006||Knoxville, Tennessee||James White Civic Coliseum|
|March 14, 2006||Richmond, Virginia||Richmond Coliseum|
|March 16, 2006||Greenville, South Carolina||BI-LO Center|
|March 18, 2006||Miami||Global Gathering 2006|
|March 20, 2006||Pensacola, Florida||Pensacola Civic Center|
|March 21, 2006||North Little Rock, Arkansas||Alltell Arena|
|March 23, 2006||Corpus Christi, Texas||Concrete Street Amphitheater|
|March 24, 2006||Austin, Texas||Frank Erwin Center|
|March 25, 2006||Bossier City, Louisiana||CenturyTel Center|
|March 27, 2006||Valley Center, Kansas||Kansas Coliseum|
|March 28, 2006||Oklahoma City||Ford Center|
|March 30, 2006||El Paso, Texas||El Paso County Coliseum|
|March 31, 2006||Cabazon, California||Key Club at Morongo|
|April 1, 2006||Paradise, Nevada||Aladdin Theater|
The lighting for the summer Amphitheater tour was a change from the arena shows' "teeth" panels. A grid of Versa RAY pixel lights arranged in a cage hung over the stage, occasionally moving down and up to display visuals, through which the band may be seen. Seven large, vertical, immobile rectangular panels were in the background akin to the three mobile ones from Fragility v2.0. Each performance on this leg (except 5/26 in George, WA) had a unique poster for sale.
|May 26, 2006||George, Washington||United States||The Gorge Amphitheatre|
|May 27, 2006||Ridgefield, Washington||The Amphitheater at Clark County|
|May 28, 2006||Nampa, Idaho||Idaho Center|
|May 30, 2006||Morrison, Colorado||Red Rocks Amphitheatre|
|May 31, 2006||Albuquerque, New Mexico||Journal Pavilion|
|June 2, 2006||Selma, Texas||Verizon Wireless Amphitheater|
|June 3, 2006||Dallas||Smirnoff Music Center|
|June 4, 2006||The Woodlands, Texas||Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion|
|June 6, 2006||Pelham, Alabama||Verizon Wireless Music Center|
|June 7, 2006||Atlanta||HiFi Buys Amphitheatre|
|June 9, 2006||Raleigh, North Carolina||Alltel Pavilion|
|June 10, 2006||Charlotte, North Carolina||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre|
|June 11, 2006||Virginia Beach, Virginia||Verizon Wireless Amphitheater|
|June 13, 2006||Bristow, Virginia||Nissan Pavilion|
|June 14, 2006||Camden, New Jersey||Tweeter Center at the Waterfront|
|June 16, 2006||Holmdel, New Jersey||PNC Bank Arts Center|
|June 17, 2006||Wantagh, New York||Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theater|
|June 18, 2006||Saratoga Springs, New York||Saratoga Performing Arts Center|
|June 20, 2006||Hartford, Connecticut||New England Dodge Music Center|
|June 21, 2006||Portland, Maine||Cumberland County Civic Center|
|June 23, 2006||Boston||Tweeter Center|
|June 24, 2006||Toronto||Canada||Molson Amphitheatre|
|June 25, 2006||Clarkston, Michigan||United States||DTE Energy Music Theatre|
|June 27, 2006||Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio||Blossom Music Center|
|June 28, 2006||Columbus, Ohio||Germain Amphitheater|
|June 30, 2006||Burgettstown, Pennsylvania||Post-Gazette Pavilion|
|July 1, 2006||Tinley Park, Illinois||First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre|
|July 2, 2006||Milwaukee||Marcus Amphitheater|
|July 3, 2006||Noblesville, Indiana||Verizon Wireless Music Center|
|July 7, 2006||Irvine, California||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre|
|July 8, 2006||Mountain View, California||Shoreline Amphitheatre|
|June 24, 2005||Interlaken||Switzerland||Greenfield Festival|
|September 17, 2005||Tucson, Arizona||United States||Tucson Convention Center||Date cancelled due to Jerome Dillon's heart problems.|
|October 24, 2005||Sunrise, Florida||Office Depot Center||Date cancelled due to Hurricane Wilma.|
|November 30, 2005||Santiago||Chile||Teatro Caupolicán|
|March 3, 2006||Ottawa||Canada||Corel Center|
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