The first part of the Fragility tour, titled Fragility v1.0, took place between November 1999 and February 2000 in Europe, Japan, and Oceania in support of The Fragile. Opening acts for this tour were Atari Teenage Riot and Skingame.
- Charlie Clouser: Keyboards, programming, theremin, backing vocals
- Jerome Dillon: Drums
- Robin Finck: Guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
- Danny Lohner: Bass, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
- Trent Reznor: Vocals, guitar, keyboards
The European and Japanese legs of this tour featured a flowing, gauzy backdrop that could be backlit as needed, and large chandelier-like lighting pods that hung down over the band, with PAR cans and narrow light tubes that glowed and flashed during certain songs in the set.
A notable piece of gear was Clouser's custom keyboard stand, similar to the custom stand used by Reznor on the Self Destruct Touring Cycle, which could rotate in different directions and was fitted with a motorcycle shock absorber. Reznor also had several custom guitars during this tour, with imagery from the album artwork on the bodies.
There was also a projection screen for three songs in the middle of the show, "La Mer," "The Great Below," and "The Way Out Is Through". "La Mer" was accompanied by footage of the ocean, "The Great Below" by microscopic footage of things such as cell division or a heart valve in action, and "The Way Out Is Through" by reflected water ripples that would distort and pixelate with the music. In April 2018 a tape with the ocean footage made by David Carson was bought on ebay and shared on ETS, and can be watched here.
Europe and Japan
- "The New Flesh" / "Pinion"
- "Somewhat Damaged"
- "Terrible Lie"
- "March Of The Pigs"
- "The Frail"
- "The Wretched"
- "No, You Don't"
- "Gave Up"
- "La Mer"
- "The Great Below"
- "The Way Out Is Through"
- "Into The Void"
- "Down In It" or "Get Down, Make Love"
- "Head Like A Hole"
- "The Day The World Went Away"
- "Starfuckers, Inc."
"Something I Can Never Have" was played once in Europe. Also "Reptile," "Please," and/or "Even Deeper" were added at some shows. Big Day Out shows featured shorter and more aggressive setlists.
|1999/11/09 London, UK||3 Mills Studios (Dress rehearsal)|
|1999/11/14 Barcelona, Spain||Pabellon de la Valle Hebron|
|1999/11/17 Milan, Italy||Alcatraz|
|1999/11/19 Munich, Germany||Colosseum|
|1999/11/20 Vienna, Austria||Libro Music Hall|
|1999/11/22 Berlin, Germany||Columbiahalle|
|1999/11/23 Copenhagen, Denmark||KB-Hallen|
|1999/11/25 Paris, France||Zenith de Paris|
|1999/11/26 Dusseldorf, Germany||Stahlwerk|
|1999/11/28 Tilburg, Netherlands||013|
|1999/11/29 London, UK||Brixton Academy|
|1999/12/01 London, UK||Brixton Academy|
|2000/01/10 Tokyo, Japan||Bay NK Hall|
|2000/01/11 Tokyo, Japan||Bay NK Hall|
|2000/01/12 Tokyo, Japan||Bay NK Hall|
|2000/01/14 Yokohama, Japan||Pacifico Hall|
|2000/01/15 Osaka, Japan||Castle Hall|
New Zealand / Australia (Big Day Out 2000)
|2000/01/21 Auckland, New Zealand||Ericsson Stadium|
|2000/01/23 Gold Coast, Australia||Parklands|
|2000/01/26 Sydney, Australia||RAS Showgrounds|
|2000/01/30 Melbourne, Australia||RAS Showgrounds|
|2000/02/04 Adelaide, Australia||RAS & HS Showgrounds|
|2000/02/06 Perth, Australia||Bassendean Oval|