2003/07/17 St. Louis, MO

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July 17, 2003
Performance by Marilyn Manson
Location UMB Bank Pavilion in St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Tour Grotesk Burlesk Tour
Tour leg Grotesk Burlesk Tour: Ozzfest 2003 Leg
Performers Marilyn Manson, John 5, Tim Skold, Madonna Wayne Gacy, Ginger Fish
Touring chronology
July 15, 2003 July 17, 2003 July 19, 2003









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The performance on July 17, 2003 took place at the UMB Bank Pavilion in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.[1][2][3][4]

Lineup[edit]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Thaeter"
  2. "This Is the New Shit"
  3. "Disposable Teens"
  4. "Use Your Fist and Not Your Mouth"
  5. "Rock Is Dead"
  6. "mOBSCENE"
  7. "The Dope Show" (with "Baboon Rape Party" intro)
  8. "The Golden Age of Grotesque"
  9. "Doll-Dagga Buzz-Buzz Ziggety-Zag"
  10. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" (with "The Reflecting God" outro)
  11. "Obsequey (The Death of Art)"
  12. "The Fight Song" (with "It's a Small World" intro)
  13. "The Beautiful People"

Notes[edit]

  • St. Louis was originally scheduled for July 15, 2003, and Kansas for the 17th,[5] however later tour dates, reviews and some bootlegs have Albuquerque, New Mexico as the 15th and St. Louis, Missouri as the 17th.

References[edit]

  1. 'While Ozzy closed the evening at Ozzfest, it was Marilyn Manson who stole the show. Manson put on one of the most bizarre, strange, and entertaining shows I have ever witnessed. Manson came out dressed in his typical black leather apparel; from there, the show got stranger by every song. At one point he appeared onstage wearing arm extensions that were twice or three times as long as his normal arms. Another time, he had two dancers onstage who were wearing prosthetic body parts. He ended the show in black-and-white face paint wearing Mickey Mouse ears. Manson’s fans could be seen all over Ozzfest; teens in dog collars and dressed from head to toe in black were out in abundance. Though I used to think he was more famous for his shock value than music, I may have been wrong; I really enjoyed his entire hour-long set.'"UMB Bank Pavilion, St. Louis, July 17, 2003". MTV News. 1997-07-17. http://www.playbackstl.com/archive/103/633-ozzfest-2003. Retrieved 2015-02-11. 
  2. knac.com KNAC radio review
  3. archived marilynmanson.com tour date page
  4. 'some great live pics of their (Ozzfest side stage shows) St. Louis show, Thursday, July 17' nighttimes.com
  5. mtv.com news