Guns, God and Government Tour: Ozzfest 2001 Leg

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Guns, God and Government Tour: Ozzfest 2001 Leg
MMMug2.jpg
Manson's mugshot from the incident
Tour by Marilyn Manson
Location North America
Supporting tour Guns, God and Government
Supporting album Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)
Start date June 8, 2001
End date August 12, 2001
Shows 30 Ozzfest/8 non Ozzfest
Marilyn Manson tour chronology
Guns, God and Government Tour: Spring Japan Leg Guns, God and Government Tour: Ozzfest 2001 Leg Guns, God and Government Tour: Autumn Japan Leg

The Guns, God and Government Tour: Ozzfest 2001 Leg was the fourth leg of Marilyn Manson's 2000-2001 Guns, God and Government tour, and also the band's second time billed on the Ozzfest tour. This particular leg of the tour consisted of 29 dates generally performed in the United States, with one being a Canadian date. This leg of the tour spanned from June 8, 2001 until August 12, 2001.

During this tour, Marilyn Manson incorporated a mini self-headlining tour between Ozzfest dates as announced on MTVnews.com

Incidence[edit]

In a civil suit presented by Oakland County, Michigan, Manson was charged with sexual misconduct against another security officer, Joshua Keasler, during a concert at the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, Michigan, on July 30, 2001. Oakland County originally filed assault and battery and criminal sexual misconduct charges,[1] but the judge reduced the latter charge to misdemeanor disorderly conduct.[2] Manson pleaded no contest to the reduced charges, paid a $4,000 fine,[3] and later settled the lawsuit under undisclosed terms.[4]

Lineup[edit]

Setlist[edit]

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

  1. "Count to Six and Die (The Vacuum of Infinite Space Encompassing)"
  2. "God Bless America"
  3. "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
  4. "The Reflecting God"
  5. "Disposable Teens"
  6. "The Fight Song"
  7. "Lunchbox"
  8. "The Nobodies"
  9. "Rock Is Dead"
  10. "The Dope Show"
  11. "Cruci-Fiction in Space"
  12. "Burning Flag"
  13. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" (with "Hell Outro")
  14. "Valentine's Day"
  15. "The Love Song"
  16. "The Death Song" (with Bible Speech)
  17. "Disposable Teens"
  18. "Great Big White World"
  19. "Tourniquet"
  20. "Rock 'n' Roll Nigger"
  21. "Antichrist Superstar"
  22. "The Beautiful People"
  23. "Suicide Is Painless"

Tour dates[edit]

# Date City Location Venue
1 2001/06/08 Tinley Park Illinois Flag-us.png New World Music Theatre
2 2001/06/09 East Troy Wisconsin Flag-us.png Alpine Valley Music Theatre
3 2001/06/12 Noblesville Indiana Flag-us.png Verizon Wireless Music Center
4 2001/06/13 Noblesville Indiana Flag-us.png Verizon Wireless Music Center
5 2001/06/14[5] Birmingham Alabama Flag-us.png Sloss Furnace
6 2001/06/15[5] New Orleans Louisiana Flag-us.png House of Blues
7 2001/06/18 Maryland Heights Missouri Flag-us.png Riverport Amphitheatre
8 2001/06/19 Bonner Springs Kansas Flag-us.png Sandstone Amphitheatre
9 2001/06/22 Denver Colorado Flag-us.png Mile High Stadium
10 2001/06/25 George Washington Flag-us.png The Gorge
11 2001/06/27 Marysville California Flag-us.png Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre
12 2001/06/29 Mountain View California Flag-us.png Shoreline Amphitheatre
13 2001/06/30 Devore California Flag-us.png G.H. Blockbuster Pavilion
14 2001/07/01[5] Las Vegas Nevada Flag-us.png House of Blues
15 2001/07/03 Schertz Texas Flag-us.png Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
16 2001/07/05 Dallas Texas Flag-us.png Smirnoff Music Centre[1]
17 2001/07/07 Atlanta Georgia Flag-us.png HiFi Buys Amphitheatre
18 2001/07/10[5] Norfolk Virginia Flag-us.png The Norva
19 2001/07/11[5] Myrtle Beach South Carolina Flag-us.png House of Blues
20 2001/07/13 West Palm Beach Florida Flag-us.png Mars Music Amphitheatre
21 2001/07/14 St. Petersburg Florida Flag-us.png Tropicana Field
22 2001/07/17 Charlotte North Carolina Flag-us.png Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
23 2001/07/20 Bristow Virginia Flag-us.png Nissan Pavilion
24 2001/07/21 Camden New Jersey Flag-us.png Blockbuster-Sony E Center
25 2001/07/23[5] Montreal Quebec Flag-ca.png Metropolis
26 2001/07/24 Toronto Ontario Flag-ca.png The Docks
27 2001/07/26 Cuyahoga Falls Ohio Flag-us.png Blossom Music Center
28 2001/07/28 Burgettstown Pennsylvania Flag-us.png Post Gazette Pavilion
29 2001/07/30 Clarkston Michigan Flag-us.png DTE Energy Music Theatre
30 2001/07/31 Clarkston Michigan Flag-us.png DTE Energy Music Theatre
31 2001/08/02[5] Grand Rapids Michigan Flag-us.png Devos Hall
32 2001/08/03 Columbus Ohio Flag-us.png Polaris Amphitheater
33 2001/08/05 Hartford Connecticut Flag-us.png Meadows Music Theatre
34 2001/08/07 Mansfield Massachusetts Flag-us.png Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
35 2001/08/08 Mansfield Massachusetts Flag-us.png Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
36 2001/08/09[5] Wantagh New York Flag-us.png Jones Beach Theater
37 2001/08/11 Holmdel New Jersey Flag-us.png P.N.C. Bank Arts Center
38 2001/08/12 Holmdel New Jersey Flag-us.png P.N.C. Bank Arts Center


See also[edit]

Manson had to queue at the courthouse to pay fines

References[edit]

  1. Potts, Laura (2001-08-17). "Manson charged with assault". South Bend Tribune. p. A2. 
  2. "Judge rules rocker's act not a sexual one". The Philadelphia Inquirer. 2002-01-02. p. E2. 
  3. "Marilyn Manson ordered to pay fine for assault". National Post. 2002-06-20. p. AL6. 
  4. Derakhshani, Tirdad (2004-02-19). "Marilyn Manson gyration suit is settled". The Philadelphia Inquirer. p. D2. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 Not part of Ozzfest 2001 Tour