Further Down the Spiral

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Further Down the Spiral
North America tour by Marilyn Manson
Supporting album Portrait of an American Family
Start date August 27, 1994
End date December 11, 1994
Shows 58
Marilyn Manson tour chronology
Self Destruct
(1994)
Further Down the Spiral
(1994)
Portrait of an American Family
(1994–1995)

Further Down the Spiral, the second leg of the Nine Inch Nails Self Destruct tour was supported by Marilyn Manson. Contrary to the previous Self Destruct leg of the tour where Marilyn Manson opened 12 concerts, Further Down the Spiral saw the band tour more vigilantly, opening a total of 58 Nine Inch Nails shows.

Marilyn Manson was meant to perform at two additional venues. Their appearance at the Hara Arena in Dayton, Ohio on November 15, 1994 was canceled due to member illnesses. While rescheduled to December 29, there is no record Manson opened for it. The performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York on December 7, 1994 was canceled due to the injuries of Nine Inch Nails live guitarist Robin Finck. Marilyn Manson left the Further Down the Spiral tour shortly before the turn of 1995 to embark on their first headlining tour, Portrait of an American Family.

Lineup[edit]

Setlist[edit]

The band appeared to play the same set throughout the tour with few deviations. "I Put a Spell on You" was sometimes switched out with "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" intro leading into "Organ Grinder".

  1. "Prelude (The Family Trip)"
  2. "Cake and Sodomy"
  3. "Snake Eyes and Sissies"
  4. "Get Your Gunn"
  5. "Dope Hat"
  6. "I Put a Spell on You"
  7. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" intro leading into "Organ Grinder"
  8. "Lunchbox"
  9. "My Monkey"
  10. "Misery Machine"

Stage antics[edit]

During the concerts the stage was set with large shipping boxes, giant die, a giant candy cane. In the background there would be a mannequin dressed in red against a white background with its arms stretched out. Marilyn Manson would begin with wearing leather capris with black and grey striped stockings, boots and bondage style straps around his torso. He wore his hair long and loose. During "Dope Hat", Manson would wear a large vinyl looking top hat and swing a large walking cane. By "Lunchbox", Manson would remove the bondage straps from his torso. At the beginning of "My Monkey", Manson would smear red lipstick all over his mouth then strip down to vinyl briefs with a black dildo. Manson would often climb atop one of the large die and sing. Twiggy wore long dreads, and

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Location Venue
1994/08/27 Rochester New York Flag-us.png Auditorium Theatre
1994/08/29 Cleveland Ohio Flag-us.png Nautica Stage
1994/08/30 Cleveland Ohio Flag-us.png Nautica Stage
1994/09/02 Detroit Michigan Flag-us.png Pine Knob Amphitheater
1994/09/03 Chicago Illinois Flag-us.png UIC Pavillion
1994/09/05 St. Paul Minnesota Flag-us.png Roy Wilkins Auditorium
1994/09/07 Milwaukee Wisconsin Flag-us.png Riverside Theater
1994/09/10 Muncie Indiana Flag-us.png Ball State Arena
1994/09/11 St. Louis Missouri Flag-us.png Fox Theatre
1994/09/13 Nashville Tennessee Flag-us.png Vanderbilt's Memorial Gym
1994/09/14 Nashville (uncorfirmed: Memphis) Tennessee Flag-us.png Convention Center
1994/09/16 Springfield Missouri Flag-us.png Abou Ben Abhen Shrine Temple
1994/09/17 Kansas City Kansas Flag-us.png Memorial Hall
1994/09/19 Omaha Nebraska Flag-us.png Omaha Civic Center
1994/09/24 Seattle Washington Flag-us.png Center Arena
1994/09/27 Vancouver British Columbia Flag-ca.png PNE Forum
1994/09/30 Sacramento California Flag-us.png Arco Arena
1994/10/01 San Jose California Flag-us.png San Jose State Auditorium
1994/10/03 Los Angeles California Flag-us.png Universal Amphitheater
1994/10/04 Los Angeles California Flag-us.png Universal Amphitheater
1994/10/06 Los Angeles California Flag-us.png Universal Amphitheater
1994/10/07 Los Angeles California Flag-us.png Universal Amphitheater
1994/10/10 San Diego California Flag-us.png Sports Arena
1994/10/11 Phoenix Arizona Flag-us.png Veterans Memorial Coliseum
1994/10/14 Oakland California Flag-us.png Henry Kaiser Convention Center
1994/10/16 Las Vegas Nevada Flag-us.png Universal Ampitheatre
1994/10/18 Salt Lake City Utah Flag-us.png Delta Center
1994/10/19 Phoenix Arizona Flag-us.png Veterans Memorial Coliseum *Unconfirmed
1994/10/20 Denver Colorado Flag-us.png McNichols Arena
1994/10/24 Seattle Washington Flag-us.png Center Arena *Unconfirmed
1994/10/26 El Paso Texas Flag-us.png Coliseum
1994/10/27 Vancouver British Columbia Flag-ca.png PNE Forum *Unconfirmed
1994/10/28 Austin Texas Flag-us.png Frank Erwin Center
1994/10/29 Dallas Texas Flag-us.png Fair Park Coliseum
1994/10/30 Sacramento California Flag-us.png Arco Arena *Unconfirmed
1994/10/31 Houston Texas Flag-us.png Summit
1994/11/02 Norman Oklahoma Flag-us.png Loyd Nobel Center
1994/11/03 Tulsa Oklahoma Flag-us.png Pavillion at Expo Center
1994/11/05 Carbondale Illinois Flag-us.png Southern Illinois University Arena
1994/11/06 Iowa City Iowa Flag-us.png Carver Hawkeye Arena
1994/11/08 Madison Wisconsin Flag-us.png Dane County Coliseum
1994/11/09 Champaign Illinois Flag-us.png University of Illinois Assembly Hall
1994/11/12 Louisville Kentucky Flag-us.png Louisville Gardens
1994/11/13 Columbus Ohio Flag-us.png Convention Center
1994/11/18 Jacksonville Florida Flag-us.png Jacksonville Coliseum
1994/11/20 Miami Beach Florida Flag-us.png Miami Arena
1994/11/21 Tampa Florida Flag-us.png Tampa Expo Hall
1994/11/23 Winston-Salem North Carolina Flag-us.png Joel Memorial Arena
1994/11/25 Hampton Virginia Flag-us.png Hampton Coliseum
1994/11/28 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Flag-us.png Civic Arena
1994/11/29 Buffalo New York Flag-us.png Memorial Auditorium
1994/12/01 Toronto Ontario Flag-ca.png Maple Leaf Gardens
1994/12/03 Boston Massachusetts Flag-us.png Boston Garden
1994/12/04 Albany New York Flag-us.png Kickerbocker Arena
1994/12/06 Baltimore Maryland Flag-us.png Baltimore Arena
1994/12/08 New York City New York Flag-us.png Madison Square Garden
Postponed from the 7th
1994/12/09 New York City New York Flag-us.png Madison Square Garden
1994/12/11 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Flag-us.png Corestates Spectrum


Trivia[edit]

The opening slot at the October 18, 1994 performance at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City, was revoked because the band was deemed too controversial. In defiance, Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor had Marilyn Manson appear on stage where he promptly tore up a Mormon bible, tossed the pieces to the cheering crowd of 12,000 fans and gave a speech.

Notes[edit]

  • Four shows listed are unconfirmed as they are not showing on any NIN tour lists and some seem incongruous with the previous and after show dates.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ninwiki.com
  2. Nine Inch Nails Tour Dates
Marilyn Manson live
Live band Marilyn MansonTwiggyTyler BatesGil SharonePaul WileyDaniel Fox
Tours Independent touringSelf DestructFurther Down the SpiralPortrait of an American FamilySupport for Danzig's Danzig 4p TourSmells Like ChildrenDead to the WorldMechanical AnimalsSupport for Hole's Beautiful Monsters TourRock Is DeadGuns, God and GovernmentGrotesk BurleskAgainst All GodsRape of the WorldThe High End of LowHey, Cruel World...Twins of EvilMaster of MadnessSummer 2014 TourThe Hell Not Hallelujah TourThe End Times Tour2016 Tour2017 Tour
Live albums Live as HellThe Last Tour on Earth
Tour documentaries Dead to the WorldGod Is in the T.V.Guns, God and Government World Tour (The Death Parade)Guns, God, and Government – Live in L.A.Fifth video album