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==Stage Set-Up==
 
==Stage Set-Up==
 
[[Image:40 large.jpg|thumb|Self Destruct Tour stage. Photo from [[The NIN Historian]].]]
 
[[Image:40 large.jpg|thumb|Self Destruct Tour stage. Photo from [[The NIN Historian]].]]
The stage setup for this tour was somewhat basic. An onstage lighting detail was provided by very tall columns with a single spotlight atop each one. There was a large black rubber backdrop and linen-like fabric hung across the top of the stage structure. There was also a three piece scrim at the front of the stage that would be pulled away during the first song. The drums and main keyboard were both on large wooden risers.
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The stage setup for this tour was somewhat basic. An onstage lighting detail was provided by very tall columns with a single spotlight atop each one. There was a large draped fabric backdrop and linen-like fabric hung across the top of the stage structure. There was also a three piece scrim at the front of the stage that would be pulled away during the first song. The drums and main keyboard were both on large wooden risers.
  
 
==Typical setlist==
 
==Typical setlist==

Latest revision as of 19:14, 13 September 2020

This tour took place between April and August 1994 in North America and Europe in support of The Downward Spiral and ended with the famous Woodstock '94 performance. The tour is part of the Self Destruct Touring Cycle. Opening acts for this tour were Die Krupps, Fem 2 Fem, Marilyn Manson, PIG, Treponem Pal and Type O Negative.

Line-Up

Stage Set-Up

Self Destruct Tour stage. Photo from The NIN Historian.

The stage setup for this tour was somewhat basic. An onstage lighting detail was provided by very tall columns with a single spotlight atop each one. There was a large draped fabric backdrop and linen-like fabric hung across the top of the stage structure. There was also a three piece scrim at the front of the stage that would be pulled away during the first song. The drums and main keyboard were both on large wooden risers.

Typical setlist

  1. "Pinion"
  2. "Terrible Lie"
  3. "Sin"
  4. "March Of The Pigs"
  5. "Something I Can Never Have"
  6. "Closer"
  7. "Reptile"
  8. "Wish"
  9. "Suck"
  10. "The Only Time"
  11. "Get Down Make Love"
  12. "Down In It"
  13. "Big Man With A Gun"
  14. "Head Like A Hole"
    encore
  15. "Dead Souls"
  16. "Help Me I Am In Hell"
  17. "Happiness In Slavery"

Also "Burn" made its live debut on the second to last show of the tour.

Tour Dates

North America

Date/Location Venue
1994/04/17 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre (rehearsal)
1994/04/18 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre (rehearsal)
1994/04/19 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre
1994/04/20 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre
1994/04/21 Portland, OR La Luna Club
1994/04/23 San Francisco, CA Warfield Theatre
1994/04/24 San Francisco, CA Warfield Theatre
1994/04/26 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palace
1994/04/27 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palace
1994/04/28 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palace
1994/04/30 San Diego, CA San Diego State University Montezuma Hall
1994/05/01 Phoenix, AZ Mesa Centennial
1994/05/03 Dallas, TX The Bomb Factory
1994/05/04 Houston, TX International Ballroom
1994/05/05 New Orleans, LA State Palace Theatre
1994/05/07 Chicago, IL The Riviera
1994/05/08 Detroit, MI State Theatre
1994/05/09 Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre
1994/05/10 Toronto, ON Palladium (CANCELLED)
1994/05/11 Boston, MA The Cyclorama Building @ Boston Center For The Arts
1994/05/13 New York City, NY Webster Hall
1994/05/14 New York City, NY Roseland Ballroom
1994/05/15 Philadelphia, PA Tower Theatre

Europe

Date/Location Venue
1994/05/18 Dublin, Ireland SFX Centre
1994/05/20 Wolverhampton, UK Civic Hall
1994/05/21 Glasgow, UK Barrowlands
1994/05/22 Manchester, UK The Academy
1994/05/24 London, UK The Forum
1994/05/25 London, UK The Forum
1994/05/26 London, UK The Forum
1994/05/28 Ghent, Belgium Vooruit
1994/05/30 Paris, France Le Bataclan
1994/05/31 Amsterdam, Netherlands The Paradiso
1994/06/02 Frankfurt, Germany Live Music Hall
1994/06/03 Berlin, Germany Huxley's Neue Welt
1994/06/05 Stockholm, Sweden Gino's (CANCELLED)
1994/06/07 Hamburg, Germany The Docks
1994/06/08 Dusseldorf, Germany Tor 3
1994/06/09 Munich, Germany Charterhalle
1994/06/11 Vienna, Austria Summer Arena
1994/06/12 Prague, Czech Republic Lucerna Hall

North America

Date/Location Venue
1994/07/29 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
1994/07/30 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
1994/08/03 Poughkeepsie, NY Mid-Hudson Civic Center
1994/08/06 Barrie, ON Molson Park
1994/08/11 Fairfax, VA Patriot Centre
1994/08/13 Saugerties, NY Woodstock '94
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