Fragility v2.0

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The second part of the Fragility tour, titled Fragility v2.0 took place between April and June 2000 in North America in support of The Fragile. This tour was documented on And All That Could Have Been. The opening act for this tour was A Perfect Circle.


Stage Set-Up

Middle portion of a Fragility v2.0 show

This tour featured three vertical LCD screens for three slow songs in the middle of the show, "La Mer", "The Great Below" and "The Mark Has Been Made". The visuals shown on the screens were provided by Bill Viola. The screens were also used during certain other songs with simpler visuals such as undulating shapes or fields of solid color/light. At the beginning of each show, the stage was surrounded with a scrim that was pulled away after the set intro.

Typical setlist

  1. "The New Flesh" / "Pinion"
  2. "Somewhat Damaged"
  3. "Terrible Lie"
  4. "Sin"
  5. "March Of The Pigs"
  6. "Piggy"
  7. "The Frail"
  8. "The Wretched"
  9. "Gave Up"
  10. "La Mer"
  11. "The Great Below"
  12. "The Mark Has Been Made"
  13. "Wish"
  14. "Complication"
  15. "Suck"
  16. "Closer"
  17. "Head Like A Hole"
  18. "The Day The World Went Away"
  19. "Just Like You Imagined" or "Even Deeper"
  20. "Starfuckers, Inc."
  21. "Hurt"

"The Big Come Down", "Get Down, Make Love", "Reptile" and "The Fragile" made a number of occasional apearances.

Tour Dates

Date/Location Venue
2000/04/03 Los Angeles, CA Olympic Grand Auditorium (rehearsal)
2000/04/12 Cleveland, OH CSU Convocation Center
2000/04/14 Detroit, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills
2000/04/15 Columbus, OH Value City Arena at Schottenstein Center
2000/04/17 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
2000/04/18 Milwaukee, WI US Cellular Arena
2000/04/20 Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse
2000/04/21 Chicago, IL UIC Pavilion
2000/04/22 Madison, WI Dane County Expo Center
2000/04/25 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
2000/04/26 Chicago, IL UIC Pavilion
2000/04/28 Toronto, ON Maple Leaf Gardens
2000/04/29 Buffalo, NY HSBC (Marine Midland) Arena
2000/04/30 Montreal, QC Molson Centre
2000/05/02 Worcester, MA The Centrum Centre
2000/05/03 Providence, RI Providence Civic Center
2000/05/04 Hartford, CT Hartford Civic Center
2000/05/06 Philadelphia, PA First Union Spectrum
2000/05/07 Pittsburgh, PA Star Lake Amphitheatre
2000/05/09 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
2000/05/10 Uniondale, NY Nassau Coliseum (CANCELLED)
2000/05/12 Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion
2000/05/13 Raleigh, NC Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek
2000/05/14 Charlotte, NC Blockbuster Pavilion
2000/05/17 Miami, FL Miami Arena
2000/05/18 Lakeland, FL The Lakeland Center
2000/05/20 Atlanta, GA Lakewood Amphitheatre
2000/05/22 Houston, TX Compaq Center
2000/05/23 Dallas, TX Starplex Amphitheatre
2000/05/25 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
2000/05/27 St. Louis, MO Riverport Amphitheatre
2000/05/28 Kansas City, MO Kemper Arena
2000/05/30 Omaha, NE Omaha Civic Arena
2000/06/02 Las Vegas, NV Thomas & Mack Arena
2000/06/03 San Diego, CA Cox Arena
2000/06/04 Phoenix, AZ America West Arena
2000/06/06 Anaheim, CA The Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
2000/06/07 San Francisco, CA Cow Palace
2000/06/09 George, WA The Gorge Amphitheatre
2000/06/10 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
2000/06/12 Spokane, WA Spokane Arena
2000/06/13 Vancouver, BC General Motors Place
2000/06/15 Sacramento, CA Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre
2000/06/17 Salt Lake City, UT E Center
2000/06/18 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
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