Nine Inch Nails extend fall tour

Two more dates added for Las Vegas

Due to popular demand, Nine Inch Nails have extended their Cold and Black and Infinite North American fall tour with the addition of two shows at The Joint in Las Vegas. Tickets for the November 30th and December 1st concerts go on sale on September 20th at 10 am PT. The Jesus and Mary Chain will provide direct support and HMLTD will open.

Nine Inch Nails came out swinging at the tour opener in Phoenix, ripping through 1992’s Broken EP in its entirety to begin the show, before diving into deep cuts and classics from the band’s vast catalog. Performances of songs from 2018’s Bad Witch and last year’s Add Violence showcased the unrivaled live act’s dynamic range. The surprises in the set list left expectant fans, many of whom earned the best seats in the house by spending hours in massive lines at the Physical World pre-sale events, wondering what they have to look forward to as the tour barrels through their town.

The trek includes sold out, multiple night stands in marquee venues, with six dates at the Palladium in Los Angeles, two nights at Red Rocks, three at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom, and two at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall.Nine Inch Nails will also play multiple nights in Brooklyn, San Francisco, Washington D.C., New Orleans, Detroit and more. See below for itinerary. Additional opening acts along the tour route include Kite Base, Daniel Avery, Gabe Gurnsey (Factory Floor), Death in Vegas, HMLTD and Soft Moon.

The tour comes on the heels of the release of Bad Witch, the final volume in a trilogy of releases that NME praised as “Nine Inch Nails’ best release in a decade.” The Atlantic noted, “Bad Witch…is enveloping and relentless: satisfyingly terse, built with an ear for energizing rhythm, and as adventuresome as anything Reznor has done.” Pitchfork said, “Like his greatest albums, it works best as a whole, played loudly on headphones in a dark room.” The Hollywood Reporter hailed the recent collection of releases as “Reznor’s version of…[David Bowie’s] Berlin Trilogy.”

Tour Dates:

09/18 | Morrison, CO | Red Rocks |TOBACCO | SOLD OUT
09/19 | Morrison, CO | Red Rocks |TOBACCO| SOLD OUT
09/24 | Memphis, TN | Orpheum Theater |TOBACCO| SOLD OUT
09/26 | Atlanta, GA | Fox Theatre | TOBACCO
09/27 | Atlanta, GA | Fox Theatre |TOBACCO
09/29 | Nashville, TN | Ascend Amphitheater |TOBACCO
10/09 | Washington, DC | The Anthem| Kite Base SOLD OUT
10/10 | Washington, DC | The Anthem| Kite Base
10/13 | New York, NY | Radio City Music Hall| Kite Base | SOLD OUT
10/14 | New York, NY |Radio City Music Hall| Daniel Avery | SOLD OUT
10/16 | Brooklyn, NY |Kings Theatre |Daniel Avery
10/17 | Brooklyn, NY |Kings Theatre |Daniel Avery
10/19 | Boston, MA | Boch Center | Daniel Avery | SOLD OUT
10/20 | Boston, MA | Boch Center | Death in Vegas | SOLD OUT
10/22 | Detroit, MI | Fox Theater | Gabe Gurnsey (Factory Floor)
10/23 | Detroit, MI | Fox Theater | Gabe Gurnsey (Factory Floor)
10/25 | Chicago, IL | Aragon Ballroom |Gabe Gurnsey (Factory Floor) | SOLD OUT
10/26 | Chicago, IL | Aragon Ballroom | Death in Vegas | SOLD OUT
10/27 | Chicago, IL | Aragon Ballroom| Death in Vegas | SOLD OUT
11/23 | New Orleans, LA | Saenger Theatre |Kite Base | SOLD OUT
11/24 | New Orleans, LA | Saenger Theatre | Kite Base| SOLD OUT
11/25 | New Orleans, LA | Saenger Theatre |Daniel Avery
11/27 | Irving, TX | The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory | Daniel Avery
11/28 | Irving, TX | The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory | Daniel Avery
11/30 | Las Vegas, NV | The Joint | HMLTD
12/01 | Las Vegas, NV | The Joint | HMLTD
12/03 | San Francisco, CA | Bill Graham Civic Auditorium | HMLTD | SOLD OUT
12/04 | San Francisco, CA | Bill Graham Civic Auditorium | HMLTD
12/07 | Los Angeles, CA | Palladium | Death in Vegas | SOLD OUT
12/08 | Los Angeles, CA | Palladium | Death in Vegas | SOLD OUT
12/11 | Los Angeles, CA | Palladium | HMLTD | SOLD OUT
12/12 | Los Angeles, CA | Palladium | HMLTD | SOLD OUT
12/14 | Los Angeles, CA | Palladium | Soft Moon | SOLD OUT
12/15 | Los Angeles, CA | Palladium | Soft Moon | SOLD OUT

Author: Buddy Iahn

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