With Teeth International Tour

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In June 2005, the Live: With Teeth tour embarked on a 2-month global trek. The tour began in Europe to play both headlining shows and festivals and wrapped up in August 2005 in Japan and Australia. Opening acts for this tour were Bird Blobs, The Dresden Dolls, Eagles Of Death Metal, The Follow and Saul Williams.


Stage Set-Up

The stage setup for the international tour was minimal. It featured onstage lighting in the form of vertical light bars behind the band, and a few small clusters of lights that were attached to wire structures almost resembling flowers. These fixtures were incorporated into the rest of With Teeth tour stage setups, up until the Summer 2006 tour.


Coming soon.

Tour Dates


Date/Location Venue
2005/06/10 Scheessel, Germany Hurricane Festival
2005/06/12 Tuttlingen, Germany Southside Festival
2005/06/14 Vienna, Austria Outdoor Arena
2005/06/15 Berlin, Germany Columbiahalle
2005/06/17 Hultsfred, Sweden Hultsfred Festival
2005/06/19 Seinäjoki, Finland Provinssirock
2005/06/22 Paris, France Zenith
2005/06/24 Interlaken, Switzerland Greenfield Festival (CANCELLED)
2005/06/25 Oberhausen, Germany Area 4 Festival
2005/06/26 Nijmegen, Netherlands Rockin' Park Festival
2005/06/29 Barcelona, Spain Razzmatazz
2005/07/01 Belfort, France Eurockeennes Festival
2005/07/02 Werchter, Belgium Rock Werchter
2005/07/04 London, UK Brixton Academy
2005/07/05 London, UK Brixton Academy
2005/07/07 Glasgow, UK Barrowland
2005/07/08 Birmingham, UK Academy
2005/07/10 Manchester, UK Apollo
2005/07/11 Manchester, UK Apollo
2005/07/13 London, UK Brixton Academy
2005/07/14 London, UK Brixton Academy

Japan / Australia

Date/Location Venue
2005/08/13 Tokyo, Japan Summersonic Festival
2005/08/14 Osaka, Japan Summersonic Festival
2005/08/17 Melbourne, Australia Rod Laver Arena
2005/08/19 Sydney, Australia Hordern Pavillion
2005/08/20 Sydney, Australia Hordern Pavillion
2005/08/22 Brisbane, Australia Entertainment Center
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