Dead to the World Tour: Canadian Leg
|Dead to the World Tour: Canadian Leg|
|Vancouver, Canada. Photo: Gitzel of Dropd Magazine|
|Tour by Marilyn Manson|
|Location||Canada, North America.|
|Supporting tour||Dead to the World|
|Supporting album||Antichrist Superstar|
|Start date||July 23, 1997|
|End date||August 2, 1997|
|Shows|| 7 |
(6 completed, 1 cancelled)
|Marilyn Manson tour chronology|
|Dead to the World Tour: Ozzfest 1997 Leg||Dead to the World Tour: Canadian Leg||Dead to the World Tour: European/South American Leg|
The Dead to the World Tour: Canadian Leg was the seventh leg of Marilyn Manson's 1996-1997 Dead to the World tour. This particular leg of the tour consisted of six dates entirely performed in Canada. This leg of the tour spanned from July 23, 1997 until August 2, 1997.
Of special note was the cancellation of the July 25th in Calgary by the venue's owner and manager Larry Ryckman. You can read more about it here.
For the July 31st performance, Marilyn Manson was accompanied by a black friend, Corey, to sing Patti Smith's Rock 'n' Roll Nigger, in protest of an attempt by the local police to censor the song out of the show.
- Marilyn Manson – vocals, additional guitar, pan flute
- Zim Zum – guitar
- Twiggy Ramirez – bass
- Madonna Wayne Gacy – keyboards, percussions, programming
- Ginger Fish – drums
- Corey – guest vocals on the 31 July, 1997's date
The following list contains the most commonly played songs in the order they were most generally performed:
- "Live Intro 1996"
- "Angel with the Scabbed Wings"
- "Get Your Gunn"
- "Cake and Sodomy"
- "Dried Up, Tied and Dead to the World"
- "Tourniquet" (with "The Tourniquet Prosthetic Dance Mix" outro)
- "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"
- "Minute of Decay"
- "Little Horn" (with "1999" intro)
- "Apple of Sodom"
- "Antichrist Superstar"
- "The Beautiful People"
- "The Reflecting God"
- "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
- "Rock 'n' Roll Nigger"
- "Man That You Fear"
|1997/07/23||Vancouver||British Columbia||PNE Forum|
|1997/07/25||Calgary||Alberta||Max Bell Centre|
|1997/08/01||Ottawa||Ontario||Ottawa Congress Centre|