Grotesk Burlesk Ozzfest 2003 Tour

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Ozzfest 2003 Tour
Tour by Marilyn Manson
Location North America
Supporting tour Grotesk Burlesk
Supporting album The Golden Age of Grotesque
Start date April 28, 2003
End date August 28, 2003
Shows 37 (planned)
36 (completed)
Marilyn Manson tour chronology
Spring European Ozzfest 2003 Australian

The Grotesk Burlesk Ozzfest 2003 Tour was the second leg of Marilyn Manson's 2003-2004 Grotesk Burlesk tour, and also the band's third time billed on the Ozzfest tour. This particular leg of the tour consisted of 37 dates generally performed in the United States, with three being Canadian dates. This leg of the tour spanned from June 28, 2003 until August 28, 2003.

Contents

[edit] Lineup

Tour guests:

  • Andrea Sikie and Vanessa Huntoon - additional percussions, vocals, piano, dancing

[edit] Setlist

The following list contains the most commonly played songs in the order they were most generally performed:

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

[edit] Tour Dates

# Date City Location Venue
1 2003/06/28 San Antonio Texas Flag-us.png Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
2 2003/06/29 Dallas Texas Flag-us.png Rogue
3 2003/07/02 Phoenix Arizona Flag-us.png Cricket Pavilion
4 2003/07/03 Chula Vista California Flag-us.png Coors Amphitheatre
5 2003/07/05 Devore California Flag-us.png Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion
6 2003/07/06 Las Vegas Nevada Flag-us.png House of Blues
7 2003/07/08 San Francisco California Flag-us.png Shoreline Amphitheatre
8 2003/07/09 Sacramento California Flag-us.png Sleep Train Amphitheatre
9 2003/07/11 Vancouver British Columbia Flag-ca.png Orpheum Theatre
10 2003/07/12 Seattle Washington Flag-us.png White River Amphitheatre
11 2003/07/13 Portland Oregon Flag-us.png Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
12 2003/07/15 St. Louis Missouri Flag-us.png UMB Bank Pavilion
13 2003/07/17 Albuquerque New Mexico Flag-us.png Journal Pavilion
14 2003/07/19 Minneapolis Minnesota Flag-us.png Float-Rite Park
15 2003/07/20 Tinley Park Illinois Flag-us.png Tweeter Center
16 2003/07/22 Cleveland Ohio Flag-us.png Blossom Music Center
17 2003/07/24 Detroit Michigan Flag-us.png DTE Energy Music Theatre
18 2003/07/26 Toronto Ontario Flag-ca.png Hummingbird Center
19 2003/07/28 Montreal Quebec Flag-ca.png Metropolis
20 2003/07/30 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Flag-us.png Post-Gazette Pavilion
21 2003/07/31 Indianapolis Indiana Flag-us.png Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
22 2003/08/02 Milwaukee Wisconsin Flag-us.png Alpine Valley
23 2003/08/03 Columbus Ohio Flag-us.png Polaris Amphitheatre
24 2003/08/05 Scranton Pennsylvania Flag-us.png Tweeter Center
25 2003/08/07 Camden New Jersey Flag-us.png Tweeter Waterfront
26 2003/08/08 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Flag-us.png The Electric Factory
27 2003/08/09 Hartford Connecticut Flag-us.png Meadows Music Theatre
28 2003/08/11[1][2] Buffalo New York Flag-us.png Darien Lake
29 2003/08/14 Boston Massachusetts Flag-us.png Tweeter Center
30 2003/08/16 Portland Maine Flag-us.png Cumberland Country Civic Center
31 2003/08/18 Holmdel New Jersey Flag-us.png PNC Banks Arts Center
32 2003/08/21 Norfolk Virginia Flag-us.png The Norva
33 2003/08/22 Bristow Virginia Flag-us.png Nissan Pavilion
34 2003/08/24 Charlotte North Carolina Flag-us.png Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
35 2003/08/26 Atlanta Georgia Flag-us.png HiFi Buys Amphitheatre
36 2003/08/27 St. Petersburg Florida Flag-us.png Mahaffey Theatre
37 2003/08/28 West Palm Beach Florida Flag-us.png Coral Sky Amphitheatre


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