Grotesk Burlesk Spring European Tour

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Spring European Tour
2003 06 04 marilyn manson.jpg
The ticket of the 4 June, 2003 performance
Tour by Marilyn Manson
Location Europe
Supporting tour Grotesk Burlesk
Supporting album The Golden Age of Grotesque
Start date April 15, 2003
End date June, 2003
Shows 15 (planned)
14 (completed)
Marilyn Manson tour chronology
Spring European Ozzfest 2003

The Grotesk Burlesk Spring European Tour was the first leg of Marilyn Manson's 2003-2004 Grotesk Burlesk tour. This particular leg of the tour consisted of 17 dates played throughout Europe. This leg of the tour spanned from April 11, 2003 until June 21, 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:

"Thaeter"
  1. "Disposable Teens"
  2. "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
  3. "Use Your Fist and Not Your Mouth"
  4. "Great Big White World"
  5. "Rock Is Dead"
  6. "This Is the New Shit"
  7. "mOBSCENE"
  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" intro)
  16. "The Beautiful People"
  17. "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes"
  18. "Better of Two Evils"

[edit] Tour Dates

Date/Location Venue
2003/04/15 London, England Rogue
2003/05/29 Lisbon, Portugal Rock in Lisbon
2003/05/30 Madrid, Spain
(rescheduled from 2003/06/22)
Festimad
2003/05/31 Derby, England Download Festival
2003/06/02 Glasgow, Scotland Braehead Arena
2003/06/04 London, England Brixton Academy
2003/06/07 Milan, Italy
(cancelled)[1]
A Day at the Border
2003/06/08 Nürburgring, Germany Rock AM Ring
2003/06/10 Poznań, Poland Poznań Arena
2003/06/12 Vilnius, Lithuania Zalgiris Stadium
2003/06/14 Dresden, Germany Messe Halle
2003/06/15 Nijmegen, Netherlands Fields of Rock
2003/06/17 Leuven, Belgium Brabanthallen
2003/06/20 Vienna, Austria Vienna Festival
2003/06/21 Tabor, Czech Republic Festival Planet Roxy

[edit] References

  1. repubblica.it