1996/10/12 Chicago, IL

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October 12, 1996
Performance by Marilyn Manson
Location Riviera Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Tour Dead to the World
Tour leg Dead to the World Tour: Theater Leg
Performers Marilyn Manson, Zim Zum, Twiggy Ramirez, Madonna Wayne Gacy, Ginger Fish
Support NY Loose
Touring chronology
October 11, 1996 October 12, 1996 October 13, 1996









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The performance on October 12, 1996 took place at Riviera Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, USA.[1][2]

Lineup[edit]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Angel with the Scabbed Wings"
  2. "Get Your Gunn"
  3. "Dogma"
  4. "Dried Up, Tied and Dead to the World"
  5. "Tourniquet"
  6. "Lunchbox"
  7. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"
  8. "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
  9. "Minute of Decay"
  10. "Little Horn"
  11. "Cryptorchid"
  12. "Antichrist Superstar"
  13. "The Beautiful People"
  14. "1996"
  15. "The Reflecting God"
  16. "Cake and Sodomy"
  17. "Misery Machine"
  18. "Man That You Fear"

Trivia[edit]

Guitar School: You played in Chicago last nig(h)t. Was that the biggest gig you've ever played in your hometown?

Zim Zum: Absolutely. We played at the Riviera, which holds about 2,500 people. It was the first time I've been back in Chicago since going down to New Orleans for the first time. I think the entire mosh pit was people that I knew, and relatives (that) I'd never met. I guess I was a little nervous. But we had a good show--a very destructive show, but a good show.
Guitar School: Destructive?
Zim Zum: Twiggy splintered a bass--it's toothpicks now. An SG, two of my Marshall cabs, and one of Pogo's keyboards got destroyed.

  • Zim Zum is from Chicago, Illinois.

Note[edit]

  • Setlist requires an additional source besides Spookhouse.net.

References[edit]

  1. February 1997 Guitar School issue. 'Guitar School: You played in Chicago last nig(h)t. Was that the biggest gig you've ever played in your hometown? Zim Zum: Absolutely. We played at the Riviera, which holds about 2,500 people.'
  2. spookhouse.net concert reviews