With Teeth Fall Arena Tour

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The first arena leg of the Live: With Teeth tour took place between September and December 2005 and covered major markets in the US and Canada as well as in South America. Opening acts for this tour were Autolux, Death From Above 1979, Queens Of The Stone Age and The Standard.


Stage Set-Up

The band with geometric light monitors
Reznor playing in front of light columns

This tour incorporated a very elaborate visual display, incorporating a screen behind the stage, light columns, geometric light monitors, a grid of overhead lights, and a sheer silver screen that would drop in front of the stage. Each show began with the screen dropped down in front of the stage and would be raised as the third song in the set ("You Know What You Are?" or "Wish") began. It would drop down again halfway through the set for "Eraser," "Right Where It Belongs" and "Beside You In Time," with film footage directed by Andrea Giacobbe projected onto the screen for the former two songs. Near the end of "Beside You In Time," Reznor "shattered" the screen with his mic stand, prompting it to be raised.


The shows had a setlist that remained fairly consistent throughout the tour. There was little to no change in the setlists during the period in which Carapetis was with the band. "Deep", "Only", "Right Where It Belongs", "Not So Pretty Now" and full version of "Beside You In Time" made their live debut on this tour.


North America

Date/Location Venue
2005/09/16 San Diego, CA Cox Arena
2005/09/17 Tuscon, AZ Convention Center (CANCELLED)
2005/09/19 Phoenix, AZ America West Arena
2005/09/20 Fresno, CA Selland Arena
2005/09/23 Seattle, WA Key Arena
2005/09/24 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
2005/09/26 Vancouver, BC Pacific Coliseum
2005/09/28 Sacramento, CA Arco Arena
2005/09/30 Oakland, CA Oakland Coliseum (POSTPONED TO NOVEMBER 19)
2005/10/01 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl
2005/10/04 Salt Lake City, UT E Center
2005/10/05 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
2005/10/07 Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
2005/10/08 Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
2005/10/09 Cleveland, OH Gund Arena
2005/10/11 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
2005/10/13 Madison, WI Alliant Energy Center
2005/10/14 St. Louis, MO Savvis Center
2005/10/16 San Antonio, TX SBC Center
2005/10/17 Dallas, TX American Airlines Arena
2005/10/19 Houston, TX Toyota Center
2005/10/21 Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Arena
2005/10/22 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Arena
2005/10/24 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Office Depot Center (CANCELLED)
2005/10/25 Orlando, FL TD Waterhouse Center
2005/10/27 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
2005/10/29 New Orleans, LA Voodoo Festival
2005/10/30 Memphis, TN Voodoo Festival
2005/10/31 Nashville, TN Gaylord Entertainment Center
2005/11/02 Washington, DC MCI Center
2005/11/03 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
2005/11/05 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Spectrum
2005/11/06 Wilkes-Barre, PA Wachovia Arena
2005/11/08 Boston, MA Fleet Center
2005/11/10 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
2005/11/11 Montréal, QC Bell Centre
2005/11/14 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
2005/11/16 Edmonton, AB Rexall Arena
2005/11/17 Calgary, AB Saddledome Arena
2005/11/19 Oakland, CA Oakland Coliseum (RESCHEDULED FROM SEPTEMBER 30)
2005/11/20 San Diego, CA Cox Arena (RESCHEDULED FROM SEPTEMBER 16)

South America

Date/Location Venue
2005/11/26 São Paulo, Brazil Claro Festival
2005/11/27 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Claro Festival
2005/11/30 Santiago, Chile Teatro Caupolican (CANCELLED)
2005/12/01 Buenos Aires, Argentina Luna Park

North America additional dates

Date/Location Venue
2005/12/06 Santa Cruz, CA Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium
2005/12/07 San Luis Obispo, CA Cal Poly Recreation Center
2005/12/08 Reno, NV Reno-Hilton Theatre

KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas

Date/Location Venue
2005/12/10 Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre
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