2000/05/04 Hartford, CT

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Nine Inch Nails played at the Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, Connecticut, on May 4, 2000 as part of the Fragility v2.0 tour. A Perfect Circle were the opening act.


At one point during the show, fairly early on, Trent Reznor flung a microphone at the drum kit. It missed, and instead hit Jerome Dillon in the face. He missed a couple beats, but quickly picked it back up again. After a brief conference at the drum riser, the band continued. Dillon played with an ice pack against his face for the next couple songs. He ditched it after awhile, but for "Hurt" he basically slumped over the kit during the quiet parts, and only sat up again when the drum parts came in. He looked miserable A quote from NIN monitor tech Brent Carpenter in mixonline]] mag:

"They tend to be very intense onstage. Robin {Finck} has been to the hospital four times - he keeps getting hit in the head with his
own guitar. Young Jerome, our drummer, got hit in the head with a 58 thrown from downstage center. Just your typical Nine Inch Nails
beating the hell out of each other."


  • Charlie Clouser: Keyboards, programming, backing vocals, theremin
  • Jerome Dillon: Drums
  • Robin Finck: Guitar, backing vocals
  • Danny Lohner: Bass, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Trent Reznor: Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass


  1. "The New Flesh" / "Pinion"
  2. "Somewhat Damaged"
  3. "Terrible Lie"
  4. "Sin"
  5. "March Of The Pigs"
  6. "Piggy"
  7. "The Frail"
  8. "The Wretched"
  9. "Gave Up"
  10. "La Mer"
  11. "The Great Below"
  12. "The Mark Has Been Made"
  13. "Wish"
  14. "Complication"
  15. "Suck"
  16. "Closer"
  17. "Head Like A Hole"
  18. "The Day The World Went Away"
  19. "Starfuckers, Inc."
  20. "Hurt"


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