Rock Is Dead Tour: North American Festival Leg

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Rock Is Dead Tour: North American Festival Leg
Tour by Marilyn Manson
Location North America
Supporting tour Rock Is Dead Tour
Supporting album Mechanical Animals
Start date March 21, 1999
End date May 8, 1999 (Cancelled)
Shows 34
(28 completed, 6 cancelled)
Marilyn Manson tour chronology
Support for Hole's Beautiful Monsters Tour Rock Is Dead Tour: North American Festival Leg Rock Is Dead Tour: European/Japan Festival Leg

The Rock Is Dead Tour: North American Festival Leg was the second leg of Marilyn Manson's 1999 Rock Is Dead Tour. The tour initially started with Manson as co-headliners for Hole's Beautiful Monsters tour, but following Hole's departure from the tour, it was renamed Rock Is Dead. This caused a minor controversy as Korn and Rob Zombie were already in the middle of a tour of the same name, even though Manson's song pre-dated Korn and Zombie use of the phrase.

This particular leg of the tour consisted of 28 dates played out of 34 planned U.S. tour dates, spanning from March 17, 1999 until April 28, 1999.

The first three performances were canceled after Manson sprained his ankle during the final Beautiful Monsters show in Los Angeles. After the Columbine incident, Manson continued performances until another incident at the April 28th show, after which he canceled the remaining tour dates for the North American tour.[1]

Lineup[edit]

Setlist[edit]

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

  1. "Inauguration of the Mechanical Christ"
  2. "The Reflecting God"
  3. "Great Big White World"
  4. "Get Your Gunn"
  5. "Posthuman"
  6. "Mechanical Animals"
  7. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" (with "Hell Outro")
  8. "The Speed of Pain"
  9. "Rock Is Dead"
  10. "The Dope Show"
  11. "Lunchbox"
  12. "User Friendly"
  13. "Tourniquet"
  14. "I Want to Disappear"
  15. "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)"
  16. "Antichrist Superstar"
  17. "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
  18. "Rock 'n' Roll Nigger"
  19. "The Beautiful People"
  20. "Cake and Sodomy"
  21. "Spine of God" (featuring Dave Wyndorf)

Tour dates[edit]

# Date City Location Venue
1 1999/03/16[2] San Diego California Flag-us.png CA Sports Arena
2 1999/03/17[3] Las Vegas Nevada Flag-us.png Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
3 1999/03/18[2] Phoenix Arizona Flag-us.png Thomas & Mack
4 1999/03/21 Houston Texas Flag-us.png Compaq Center
5 1999/03/22 San Antonio Texas Flag-us.png Alamodome
6 1999/03/23 Dallas Texas Flag-us.png Reunion Arena
7 1999/03/25 New Orleans Louisiana Flag-us.png Uno Arena
8 1999/03/27 Tampa Florida Flag-us.png Ice Palace
9 1999/03/29 Orlando Florida Flag-us.png Orlando Arena
10 1999/03/30 Fort Lauderdale Florida Flag-us.png National Car Center Arena
11 1999/04/02 Winston-Salem North Carolina Flag-us.png Memorial Coliseum
12 1999/04/03 Fairfax Virginia Flag-us.png Patriot Center
13 1999/04/04 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Flag-us.png First Union Spectrum
14 1999/04/06 East Rutherford New Jersey Flag-us.png Continental Airlines Arena
15 1999/04/07 Uniondale New York Flag-us.png Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
16 1999/04/09 Worcester Massachusetts Flag-us.png Centrum
17 1999/04/10 New Haven Connecticut Flag-us.png Coliseum
18 1999/04/11 Buffalo New York Flag-us.png Marine Midland Arena
19 1999/04/13 Cleveland Ohio Flag-us.png CSU Arena
20 1999/04/15 Detroit Michigan Flag-us.png Palace of Auburn Hills
21 1999/04/16 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Flag-us.png The Civic Arena
22 1999/04/17 Fort Wayne Indiana Flag-us.png Coliseum
23 1999/04/20 Chicago Illinois Flag-us.png Rosemont Horizon
24 1999/04/21 Grand Rapids Michigan Flag-us.png Van Andel Center
25 1999/04/22 Indianapolis Indiana Flag-us.png Market Square Arena
26 1999/04/24 Madison Wisconsin Flag-us.png Dane County Coliseum
27 1999/04/25 Milwaukee Wisconsin Flag-us.png Bradley Center
28 1999/04/27 Minneapolis Minnesota Flag-us.png Target Center
29 1999/04/28 Cedar Rapids Iowa Flag-us.png Five Seasons Center
30 1999/05/03[4] Reno Nevada Flag-us.png Lawlor Events Center
31 1999/05/04[4] Fresno California Flag-us.png Selland Arena
32 1999/05/05[5] Las Vegas Nevada Flag-us.png Thomas & Mack Center
33 1999/05/07[6][7] Phoenix Arizona Flag-us.png Veteran's Coliseum
34 1999/05/08[4] Universal City California Flag-us.png Universal Amphitheater


References[edit]

  1. 'The canceled shows are in Los Angeles, Reno, Nev., Fresno, Calif., Las Vegas and Phoenix'"Marilyn Manson Cancels Tour In Wake of Colorado Shooting". Los Angeles Times. 1999-04-30. http://tech.mit.edu/V119/N23/manson_23.23w.html. Retrieved 2014-10-23. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 mtv.come news
  3. Tucson Citizen newpaper cancellation notice
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Cancelled after Columbine
  5. Rescheduled from 1999/03/17
  6. Rescheduled from 1999/03/18
  7. Show cancellation after Columbine notice - Phoenix New Times