Europe + Asia 2018

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This tour took place between June and August in order to support the trilogy of Not The Actual Events, Add Violence and Bad Witch. It is part of the NIN 2017-2018 touring cycle.


Stage Set-Up

This touring cycle had a stripped down, back-to-basics approach, similar to that of the Wave Goodbye Tour in 2009. Reznor stated that he had bowed out of the "arms-race" of concert technology and wanted to bring an element of danger and unpredictability. Behind the band was a scrim, and very basic lighting was used. Smoke machines were able to be used, as no elaborate visual elements would be interfered with. The looseness of production allowed for setlists for the overall cycle to be notably spontaneous.

Typical Setlist

  1. "Branches/Bones"
    "Somewhat Damaged", then "The Day The World Went Away"
  2. "Wish"
  3. "Less Than"
  4. "March Of The Pigs"
  5. "Piggy"
  6. "The Lovers"
  7. "Shit Mirror"
  8. "Ahead Of Ourselves"
  9. "God Break Down The Door"
  10. "Closer"
  11. "Copy Of A"
  12. "Reptile"
  13. "I'm Afraid Of Americans"
  14. "Gave Up"
  15. "The Hand That Feeds"
  16. "Head Like A Hole"
  17. "Hurt

Several other songs appeared regularly throughout the tour; the above is based on's "average set" function.

Tour Dates

Date/Location Venue
2018/06/22 London, UK Meltdown Festival
2018/06/24 London, UK Royal Albert Hall
2018/06/25 Paris, France L'Olympia
2018/06/27 Amsterdam, Netherlands AFAS Live
2018/06/29 St. Gallen, Switzerland OpenAir St. Gallen
2018/06/30 Prague, Czech Republic Aerodrome Festival
2018/07/02 Berlin, Germany Zitadelle
2018/07/04 Roskilde, Denmark Roskilde Festival
2018/07/06 Belfort, France Les Eurockeennes
2018/07/08 Werchter, Belgium Rock Werchter
2018/07/09 Montreux, Switzerland Montreux Jazz Festival
2018/07/12 Lisbon, Portugal NOS Alive
2018/07/14 Madrid, Spain Mad Cool Festival
2018/08/11 Incheon, Korea Incheon Pentaport Rock Festival
2018/08/14 Bangkok, Thailand Moon Star Studio
2018/08/17 Tokyo, Japan Sonic Mania
2018/08/19 Osaka, Japan Summer Sonic

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