1997/04/30 Kalamazoo, MI

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April 30, 1997
Performance by Marilyn Manson
Location Kalamazoo Wings Stadium in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
Tour Dead to the World
Tour leg Dead to the World Tour: Arena Leg
Performers Marilyn Manson, Zim Zum, Twiggy Ramirez, Madonna Wayne Gacy, Ginger Fish
Support Helmet, Rasputina
Touring chronology
April 29, 1997 April 30, 1997 May 2, 1997

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The performance on April 30, 1997 took place at Kalamazoo Wings Stadium in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.[1]



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The following is an excerpt from an article outlining Marilyn Manson concerts and First Amendment rights:

"In May of 1997 the Detroit News reports that the MI State Senate will urge concert halls to ban minors from performances by bands known for raunchy lyrics. The resolution, written by Senator Dale Shugars, passed on a voice vote. Shugars says his resolution is in response to a Marilyn Manson concert in Kalamazoo. He has reportedly received a 10.000 signature petition to stop Manson from the Kalamazoo Citizens for Children and Families."[2]


  1. 'April 30, 1997: I attend a Manson concert at Wings Stadium in Kalamazoo while he’s at his commercial peak. Confession: This is when “Antichrist Superstar” was regularly blaring out of my stereo. I enjoyed it. It was loud and heavy and ugly, and I liked loud and heavy and ugly things (I didn’t date much at the time). “Manson's stage antics weren't confined to expectoration,” I wrote. I compare the stage show to “Hee Haw.” It is not a great moment in rock journalism.' - John Serba, mlive.com
  2. Crowley, Nina (2001-01-01). "Religious lobby groups influence politicians and recording industry & the Marilyn Manson Saga". http://freemuse.org/archives/1189. Retrieved 2014-09-16.