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|Concert by Nine Inch Nails|
Nine Inch Nails performing at the Virgin Festival in Toronto on August 30, 2009.
|Start date||February 17, 2009|
|End date||September 10, 2009|
|No. of shows|| 78|
37 in North America
28 in Europe
8 in Oceania
5 in Asia
|Nine Inch Nails concert chronology|
Wave Goodbye Tour was a 2009 concert tour by industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails.
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.
Various NIN classics were played in this tour, alongside other songs such as "Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)" and "The Way Out Is Through".
"Piggy" is a song by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails from their second studio album, The Downward Spiral (1994). It was written by Trent Reznor, co-produced by Flood, and recorded at Le Pig. It was released in December 1994 as a promotional single from the album. The song is known for being Reznor's only live drumming performance.
The Fragile is the third studio album by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released as a double album on September 21, 1999 by Nothing and Interscope Records. It was produced by Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and longtime collaborator Alan Moulder. It was recorded throughout 1997 to 1999 in New Orleans.
"Head Like a Hole" is a song by the American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released as the second single from the group's debut album, Pretty Hate Machine.
"Down in It" is a song by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released in 1989. Released as the project's debut single, the song was the first to be written by Trent Reznor. It was released as a teaser single prior to the debut album, Pretty Hate Machine.
"Something I Can Never Have" is the fifth track on industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails' 1989 debut album, Pretty Hate Machine. The song was used in the film Natural Born Killers. According to Loren Coleman, the song deals with suicidal themes.
"Wish" is a song by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails from their debut extended play (EP), Broken (1992). It was released in 1992 as a promotional single from the EP. The track features a drumming work performed by Martin Atkins.
The Downward Spiral is the second studio album by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails. It was released on March 8, 1994, by Nothing Records and Interscope Records. Conceived after the 1991 Lollapalooza festival tour, recording for the album took place throughout 1992 and 1993 in Los Angeles. The album was produced by frontman Trent Reznor and Flood.
"Burn" is a song recorded by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails for the soundtrack to the 1994 film Natural Born Killers. It was released as a promotional single from the soundtrack. The song was included as a bonus track on the 10th anniversary deluxe edition of The Downward Spiral in 2004. Live performances of the song are featured on KROQ Christmas 2005 and the concert film Beside You in Time.
Further Down the Spiral is the first remix album by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails. It is the companion remix disc to the band’s second studio album, The Downward Spiral, and was released on June 1, 1995 in two editions, one denoted as Halo 10 and the other as Halo 10 V2, each containing a different set of tracks.
"The Day the World Went Away" is a song by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released on July 20, 1999 as the lead single from their third studio album The Fragile (1999). The song was the band's first top-forty hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 17, which remains their highest-ever position on the chart.
"Just Like You Imagined" is an instrumental by Nine Inch Nails from their 1999 album The Fragile.
|Oceania ("Soundwave Festival")|
|February 17, 2009 ||Auckland||New Zealand||Vector Arena|
|February 21, 2009||Brisbane||Australia||Brisbane Exhibition Ground|
|February 22, 2009||Sydney||Eastern Creek Raceway|
|February 24, 2009 ||Hordern Pavilion|
|February 25, 2009 ||Melbourne||Festival Hall|
|February 27, 2009||Royal Melbourne Showgrounds|
|February 28, 2009||Adelaide||Bonython Park|
|March 2, 2009||Perth||Steel Blue Oval|
|North America, Leg #1 ("NIN|JA")|
|May 8, 2009 ||West Palm Beach, Florida||United States||Cruzan Amphitheatre|
|May 9, 2009 ||Tampa, Florida||Ford Amphitheatre|
|May 10, 2009 ||Atlanta||Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood|
|May 12, 2009 ||Austin, Texas||Frank Erwin Center|
|May 14, 2009 ||Albuquerque, New Mexico||Journal Pavilion|
|May 15, 2009 ||Phoenix, Arizona||Cricket Wireless Pavilion|
|May 16, 2009 ||Chula Vista, California||Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre|
|May 18, 2009 ||Paradise, Nevada||Pearl Concert Theater|
|May 20, 2009 ||Irvine, California||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre|
|May 21, 2009 ||Santa Barbara, California||Santa Barbara Bowl|
|May 22, 2009 ||Mountain View, California||Shoreline Amphitheatre|
|May 24, 2009||George, Washington||Sasquatch! Music Festival|
|May 26, 2009 ||Greenwood Village, Colorado||Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre|
|May 27, 2009 ||Kansas City, Missouri||Starlight Theatre|
|May 29, 2009||Chicago||Charter One Pavilion|
|May 30, 2009 ||Noblesville, Indiana||Verizon Wireless Music Center|
|May 31, 2009 ||Clarkston, Michigan||DTE Energy Music Theatre|
|June 2, 2009 ||Toronto||Canada||Molson Amphitheatre|
|June 3, 2009 ||Mansfield, Massachusetts||United States||Comcast Center|
|June 5, 2009 ||Camden, New Jersey||Susquehanna Bank Center|
|June 6, 2009 ||Holmdel, New Jersey||PNC Bank Arts Center|
|June 7, 2009 ||Wantagh, New York||Nikon at Jones Beach Theater|
|June 9, 2009 ||Columbia, Maryland||Merriweather Post Pavilion|
|June 10, 2009 ||Burgettstown, Pennsylvania||Post-Gazette Pavilion|
|June 12, 2009 ||Charlotte, North Carolina||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre|
|June 13, 2009||Manchester, Tennessee||Bonnaroo Music Festival|
|June 19, 2009||Nickelsdorf||Austria||Nova Rock Festival|
|June 20, 2009||Neuhausen ob Eck||Germany||Southside Festival|
|June 21, 2009||Scheeßel||Hurricane Festival|
|June 23, 2009||Poznań||Poland||Międzynarodowe Targi Poznańskie|
|June 24, 2009||Prague||Czech Republic||O2 Arena|
|June 26, 2009||Milan||Italy||Idroscalo Festival|
|June 27, 2009||St. Gallen||Switzerland||Open Air Festival|
|June 29, 2009||Düsseldorf||Germany||Philipshalle|
|June 30, 2009||Berlin||Treptow Arena|
|July 2, 2009||Arvika||Sweden||Arvika Festival|
|July 3, 2009||Roskilde||Denmark||Roskilde Festival|
|July 5, 2009||Werchter||Belgium||Rock Werchter Festival|
|July 7, 2009||Paris||France||Le Zénith|
|July 8, 2009||Amsterdam||Netherlands||Heineken Music Hall|
|July 9, 2009||Esch-sur-Alzette||Luxembourg||Rockhal|
|July 11, 2009||Kinross||United Kingdom||T in the Park|
|July 12, 2009||Naas||Ireland||Oxegen|
|July 14, 2009||Manchester||United Kingdom||Evening News Arena|
|July 15, 2009||London||O2 Arena|
|July 18, 2009||Istanbul||Turkey||Rock'n Coke|
|July 20, 2009||Athens||Greece||Vrahon Theatre|
|July 22, 2009||Rome||Italy||Ippodromo Capannelle|
|July 24, 2009||Budapest||Hungary||Syma Sport and Events Centre|
|July 25, 2009||Târgu Mureş||Romania||CokeLive Peninsula Festival|
|July 28, 2009||Nîmes||France||Arena of Nîmes|
|July 30, 2009||Madrid||Spain||La Riviera|
|July 31, 2009||Paredes de Coura||Portugal||Paredes de Coura Festival|
|August 2, 2009||Knebworth||United Kingdom||Sonisphere Festival|
|August 5, 2009||Quezon City||Philippines||Araneta Coliseum|
|August 7, 2009||Chiba City||Japan||Summer Sonic Festival|
|August 8, 2009||Osaka||Summer Sonic Festival|
|August 10, 2009||Singapore||Singapore||Fort Canning Park|
|August 15, 2009||Seoul||South Korea||ETP Festival|
|North America, Leg #2|
|August 22, 2009||New York City||United States||Bowery Ballroom|
|August 23, 2009||Webster Hall|
|August 25, 2009||Terminal 5|
|August 26, 2009|
|August 28, 2009||Chicago, Illinois||Aragon Ballroom|
|August 29, 2009|
|August 30, 2009||Toronto, Ontario||Canada||Virgin Festival|
|September 2, 2009||Los Angeles||United States||Hollywood Palladium|
|September 6, 2009||Echoplex|
|September 8, 2009 ||Henry Fonda Theater|
|September 10, 2009 ||The Wiltern|
|August 12, 2009||Taipei||Taiwan||Nan-Kang 101||[a]|
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