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==NIN/JA 2009==
 
==NIN/JA 2009==
In 2009, [[Trent Reznor]] announced on [[Nin.com|NIN.com]] that they would be touring with Jane's Addiction in 2009. On March 3, 2009, the first dates of the tour—known as the "NIN/JA 2009 Tour" ''(pronounced as "ninja")''—were announced. On March 5, 2009, Reznor announced via Twitter that Street Sweeper Social Club (featuring Tom Morello and Boots Riley) would be the opening act on the tour. This information was soon posted to the official site.
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In 2009, [[Trent Reznor]] announced on [[Nin.com|NIN.com]] that they would be touring with [[Jane's Addiction]] in 2009. On March 3, 2009, the first dates of the tour—known as the "NIN/JA 2009 Tour" ''(pronounced as "ninja")''—were announced. On March 5, 2009, Reznor announced via Twitter that [[Street Sweeper Social Club]] (featuring Tom Morello and Boots Riley) would be the opening act on the tour. This information was soon posted to the official site.
  
 
NIN played without Jane's Addiction at the Chicago and Bonnaroo shows.
 
NIN played without Jane's Addiction at the Chicago and Bonnaroo shows.

Revision as of 18:03, 8 May 2009

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During the Las Vegas, Nevada show on December 13, 2008, Trent Reznor announced Alessandro Cortini, like Josh Freese, would be leaving the line-up at the end of the tour, making the show the last for both Freese and Cortini. It was also announced that after the Australian leg of 2009 dates there would be a selection of US Amphitheater dates and some European shows later in the year in the same format as Australia, following festivals. Reznor also stated that 2009 would see Nine Inch Nails performing as a four-piece act, opting to not replace Cortini, suggesting the shows would not be of the same aesthetic visually or musically during the 2009 dates. This was confirmed a matter of days later via an entry on the nin.com homepage, confirming that the Lights in the Sky tour ended with the departure of Josh and Alessandro, possibly indicating an entire new theme and motif for 09 tour, much like the changeover from 2006's Live: With Teeth to Performance 2007:

"The LIGHTS IN THE SKY era has come to a close, and I'd like to once again thank you for your support. I am very proud of what we pulled off - it was an immense amount of work and worth it all. I'd like to thank Josh and Alessandro for being an integral part of this for the last few years and I wish them all the best.

No rest for the wicked here, though. We start rehearsing the new band/format first thing next year and as I mentioned, we'll be announcing some final waves of dates. North America, UK/Europe, Pacific Rim and elsewhere."

On February 16, 2009, Reznor announced that the 2009 tour would be NIN's last "for a while." On April 30, 2009, the tour had been renamed from "NIN 2009" to "Wave Goodbye." On May 5, 2009, Reznor disclosed in an interview that this would be the last NIN tour for at least several years.

Line-Up

Australia

On December 1, 2008, Nine Inch Nails announced the first leg of the 2009 tour, beginning in New Zealand and Australia. These dates included the first show in Auckland since 2000, and several dates headlining the Soundwave Festival across Australia.

Tour Dates

Date/Location Venue
2009/02/17 Auckland, New Zealand Vector Arena
2009/02/21 Brisbane, QLD RNA Showgrounds (Soundwave Festival)
2009/02/22 Sydney, NSW Eastern Creek Raceway (Soundwave Festival)
2009/02/24 Sydney, NSW Hordern Pavillion
2009/02/25 Melbourne, VIC Festival Hall
2009/02/27 Melbourne, VIC Melbourne Showgrounds (Soundwave Festival)
2009/02/28 Adelaide, SA Bonython Park (Soundwave Festival)
2009/03/02 Perth, WA Steel Blue Oval (Soundwave Festival)

NIN/JA 2009

In 2009, Trent Reznor announced on NIN.com that they would be touring with Jane's Addiction in 2009. On March 3, 2009, the first dates of the tour—known as the "NIN/JA 2009 Tour" (pronounced as "ninja")—were announced. On March 5, 2009, Reznor announced via Twitter that Street Sweeper Social Club (featuring Tom Morello and Boots Riley) would be the opening act on the tour. This information was soon posted to the official site.

NIN played without Jane's Addiction at the Chicago and Bonnaroo shows.

Tour Dates

Date/Location Venue
2009/05/08 West Palm Beach, FL Cruzan Amphitheatre
2009/05/09 Tampa, FL Ford Amphitheatre
2009/05/10 Atlanta, GA Lakewood Amphitheatre
2009/05/12 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
2009/05/14 Albuquerque, NM Journal Pavilion
2005/05/15 Phoenix, AZ Cricket Wireless Pavilion
2009/05/16 Chula Vista, CA Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre
2009/05/18 Las Vegas, NV The Pearl
2009/05/20 Irvine, CA Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Irvine Meadows
2009/05/21 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl
2009/05/22 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre
2009/05/24 George, WA The Gorge
2009/05/26 Englewood, CO Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
2009/05/27 Kansas City, MO Starlight Theatre
2009/05/29 Chicago, IL Charter One Pavilion
2009/05/30 Noblesville, IN Verizon Wireless Music Center
2009/05/31 Clarkston, MI DTE Energy Music Theatre
2009/06/02 Toronto, ON Molson Amphitheatre
2009/06/03 Mansfield, MA Comcast Center
2009/06/05 Camden, NJ Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
2009/06/06 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center
2009/06/07 Wantagh, NY Nikon at Jones Beach Music Theater
2009/06/09 Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion
2009/06/10 Burgettstown, PA Post-Gazette Pavilion
2009/06/12 Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
2009/06/13 Manchester, TN Bonnaroo Festival

Europe

In March and April of 2009, Trent Reznor announced a series of tour dates at European festivals and venues outside of North America that would run through the summer of 2009. On May 5th Trent Reznor announced via Twitter and NIN.com that Danish band Mew would be supporting Nine Inch Nails and Jane's Addiction across several European dates, filling Street Sweeper Social Club's role in the American dates.

Tour Dates

Date/Location Venue
2009/06/19 Nickelsdorf, Austria Nova Rock Festival
2009/06/20 Neuhausen, Germany Southside Festival
2009/06/21 Scheessel, Germany Hurricane Festival
2009/06/23 Poznan, Poland Malta International Theatre Festival
2009/06/24 Prague, Czech Republic O2 Arena
2009/06/26 Milan, Italy Idroscalo
2009/06/27 St. Gallen, Switzerland Saint Gallen Festival
2009/06/29 Düsseldorf, Germany Philipshalle
2009/06/30 Berlin, Germany Arena Berlin
2009/07/02 Arvika, Sweden Arvika Festival
2009/07/03 Roskilde, Denmark Roskilde Festival
2009/07/05 Werchter, Belgium Rock Werchter Festival
2009/07/07 Paris, France Zenith de Paris
2009/07/08 Amsterdam, Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
2009/07/09 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Rockhal
2009/07/11 Kinross, Scotland T in the Park Festival
2009/07/12 Naas, Ireland Oxegen Festival
2009/07/14 Manchester, England M.E.N Arena
2009/07/15 London, England O2 Arena
2009/07/18 Istanbul, Turkey Rock'n Coke Festival
2009/07/20 Athens, Greece Vrahon Theater
2009/07/22 Rome, Italy RockInRome Festival
2009/07/24 Budapest, Hungary Syma Sport and Event Centre
2009/07/25 Târgu Mureş, Romania Peninsula Festival
2009/07/28 Nimes, France Festival de Nimes
2009/07/30 Madrid, Spain La Riviera
2009/07/31 Paredes de Coura, Portugal Paredes de Coura Festival
2009/08/02 Knebworth, England Sonisphere Festival

Asia

Tour Dates

Date/Location Venue
2009/08/05 Manila, Philippines Araneta Coliseum
2009/08/07 Tokyo, Japan Summer Sonic
2009/08/08 Osaka, Japan Summer Sonic
2009/08/10 Singapore, Republic Of Singapore Fort Canning Park
2009/08/12 Taipei, Taiwan Nan-Kang 101

External Links

NIN/JA 2009 Official site