Featured Tour

Tour Dates

Saturday April 25
Metropolitan Park
Jacksonville, FL
 
Sunday April 26
Iron City
Birmingham, AL
 
Wednesday April 29
Coca Cola Bricktown Event Center
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Thursday April 30
Minglewood Hall
Memphis, TN
 
Saturday May 2
WITH KORN
Rock City Campgrounds
Concord, NC
 
Sunday May 3
House of Blues
Myrtle Beach, SC
 
Tuesday May 5
The NorVa 
Norfolk, VA
 
Wednesday May 6
The National
Richmond, VA
 
Friday May 8
The International Knoxville
Knoxville, TN
 
Saturday May 9
Track 29
Chattanooga, TN
 
Monday May 11
Limelight Eventplex
Peoria, IL
 
Tuesday May 12
Orpheum Theartre
Madison, WI
 
Wednesday May 13
Orbit Room
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Friday May 15
Crew Stadium
Columbus, OH
 
Saturday May 16
Egyptian Room, Old National Centre
Indianapolis, IN
 
Monday June 08
VEGA
Copenhagen, Denmark
 
Tuesday June 09
Sentrum Scene
Oslo, Norway
 
Wednesday June 10
Grona Lund
Stockholm, Sweden
 
Friday June 12
Doington Park
Castle Donington, UK
 
Monday June 15
Paradiso Grote Zall
Amsterdam, Netherlands
 
Wednesday June 17
Alcatraz
Milan, Italy
 
Friday June 19
Val de Moine
Clisson, France
 
Tuesday July 07
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Concord Pavilion
Concord, CA
 
Thursday July 09
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Irvine, CA
 
Friday July 10
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Las Vegas, NV
 
Saturday July 11
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Comerica Theatre
Phoenix, AZ
 
Monday July 13
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Morrison, CO
 
Wednesday July 15
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Gexa Energy Pavilion
Dallas, TX
 
Thursday July 16
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
NRG Arena 
Houston, TX
 
Saturday July 18
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Freeman Coliseum 
San Antonio, TX
 
Sunday July 19
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Austin City Limits
Austin, TX
 
Monday July 20
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Champions Square 
New Orleans, LA
 
Wednesday July 22
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Bayfront Park
Miami, FL
 
Friday July 24
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
Tampa, FL
 
Saturday July 25
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood
Atlanta, GA
 
Sunday July 26
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Red Hat Amphitheatre 
Raleigh, NC
 
Tuesday July 28
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Boston, MA
 
Wednesday July 29
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Rocks Off Express Party Bus
New York, NY
 
Friday July 30
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
Wantagh, NY
 
Satruday August 01
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Foxwoods Casino & Resort
 
Sunday August 02
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Foxwoods Casino & Resort
Mashantucket, CT
 
Tuesday August 04
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Molson Canadia Amphitheatre
Toronto, ON
 
Wednesday August 05
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
DTE Energy Music Theatre
Clarkston, MI
 
Friday August 07
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Firstmerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
Chicago, IL
 
Saturday August 08
WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS
Riverbend Music Center
Cincinnati, OH
 
Friday August 14
Makuhari Messe
Chiba, Japan

Marilyn manson

Let’s get this out of the way. We know. Marilyn Manson is no longer cool. Some people have argued with us about if we should even feature his tour on a Metal site. If you were around in the 90's then you remember how huge he was. Shock/glam rock with a huge following. But lately... not so much. To our surprise and honestly long awaited anticipation, Marilyn Manson has returned to the stage after a long hiatus and is being met with sold out shows across the globe. 

 

Is this real? Do people still love Manson? Who are these people and why aren't they speaking up? All signs point to yes. Even if we are inclined to think more than a few people are buying tickets to this tour in anticipation of some sort of freak show (Manson and Manson fans alike) but according to our sources, his sensationalist style is less prominent than previous tours. 

 

Manson, 46, is first and foremost, an entertainer. Despite the reviewers telling us that his shows lack a certain youthful ferocity that they once had, the crowds have certainly been walking away feeling nothing less than entertained. We're told that Manson still talks with his audience, identifying with and praising the crowd. Some of it didn't make sense, but something tells us the crowd tends to not care. 

 

What To Expect: 

Lots of new stuff in his 80 minute set, but full of classic Manson hits ("the Beautiful People" and "Rock is Dead"). A crowd favorite time and time again are his one of a kind covers of The Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams [Are Made of This]" and Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus". Despite reports of Manson "growing somewhat tame", fans generally seem satisfied.

 

TLDR:

Manson is back, somewhat subdued, "more Glam than Metal", but totally worth seeing.