Sample Pages:Tour dates

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Sample page for correct formatting for an individual tour date page. To see how the page is coded click the edit tab. For clarifications please contact one of the administrators
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April 28, 1990
April 28, 1990 performance at Churchill's Hideaway in Miami Beach, Florida.
The band's first live performance, at Churchill's Hideaway in Fort Lauderdale. Left to right: Olivia Newton Bundy, Zsa Zsa Speck, Marilyn Manson and Daisy Berkowitz.
Performance by Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids
Location Churchill's Hideaway in Miami Beach, Florida
Tour Independent touring
Performers Marilyn Manson, Daisy Berkowitz, Olivia Newton Bundy, Zsa Zsa Speck
Supporting The Goods
Touring chronology
April 2, 1990 April 28, 1990 May 3, 1990

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The performance on April 28, 1990 took place at Churchill's Hideaway in Miami Beach, Florida, USA.

There is evidence that there was a prior show on November 1989 at the Squeeze.[1][2] However, based on Manson's autobiography the April 28, 1990 Churchill's date is considered the first show.


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The performance on December 3, 2012 took place at Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands.


  1. "Name of Intro Song If Any"
  2. "Name of First Song"
  3. "Name of Song" (with "Name of Song" intro)
  4. "The Telephone"
  5. "Name of Last Song" (in link brackets) (with "name of song" outro)


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Entire Show

  • This new template allows for vids from various sources other than youtube.


  • On February 14, 2014, it was reported that Churchill's Hideaway now called Churchill's Pub, was tentatively sold by current owner Dave Daniels. The new owners are expected to take ownership in May 2014. [3]


  • Note info here. An example of another section could be External Links.



  1. manson3.html fourth paragraph with quotes
  2. bootlegs.html under Marilyn Manson November 89 audio available


Reference sources for quotes, dates, recountings, please.

A tour date page is made when a referable source it happened is found. Acceptable sources are: it was specifically mentioned in an interview, a review, there's a dated video or photo/poster for it; a site listing an audio or bootleg (even if site is defunct); however, an archived (angelfire, geocities, etc.), tour date list is not in itself proof the show actually took place. If you personally have a dated vid/photos to share.
Where pages have already been made without proper reference or anything that should have a reference exists please tag it with the (Unconfirmed) template.

Page guidelines[edit]

Implemented templates[edit]

  • {{Tourdate}}
  • {{AboutPerformance}}
  • {{Setlist}} or {{UnknownSetlist}}
  • {{Lineup}}
  • {{Photos}}
  • {{Videos}}
  • {{References}}, {{References|2}} or or {{References|3}}

Info box
Please don't delete sections, just leave blank if not needed.

Info boxes for tour pages should include:

| Last show = (Linked date)
| This show = April 28, 1990
| Next show = (Linked date)

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For post Spooky Kids era use [[Marilyn Manson (band)|Marilyn Manson]] for Artist.

'Support' for band supporting Marilyn Manson. 'Supporting' for who Marilyn Manson is supporting.

Add Last Show date to the info box even if from previous tour. When at the end of a tour, the next tour's first show date should be added as Next show.

About section
No ==About== section header before the first sentence.

The first sentence. The Wiki procedure is to bold the main subject, i.e., the date on a tour page, the name of a song on a song page. (on the first line or two). No About section needed. Do not use ordinals on a proper date. It's January 15, 1969 not January 15th, 1969 (even though you read it by saying fifteenth) Ordinals are used if the day is said prior to the Month. It's the 4th of July but July 4, 2000. Note: Using the new About Template will auto format thie first sentence for you.

Person - vocals/instrument unbolded. This differs from main Tour pages that has instrument/vocal first/performer, where it might list more than one drummer, for example.

Spooky Kids members should be listed with their stage names until it's past the date they dropped them.
[[Twiggy Ramirez]] dropped the Ramirez moniker for The High End of Low album return.

For all articles after The Spooky Kids era:
[[Madonna Wayne Gacy]] dropped his moniker after he left the band in 2007.
[[Daisy Berkowitz]] AKA Scott Mitchell, dropped his moniker after he left the band during the making of Antichrist Superstar.

Setlist If there's no confirmed setlist, please add the {{UnknownSetlist}} template. Don't base a new setlist on previous shows.

Currently acceptable naming and category hierarchies:

  • Category:Name of era
  • Category:Tour dates or name of tour
  • Category:Performer's name

(Use link brackets) Example: [[Category:Born Villain era]] [[Category:Hey, Cruel World tour]]

Guideline references[edit]