Grotesk Burlesk Tour

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Grotesk Burlesk Tour
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Marilyn Manson performing live
World tour by Marilyn Manson
Associated album The Golden Age of Grotesque
Start date April 11, 2003
End date December 27, 2003
Legs 8
Shows 119
Marilyn Manson concert chronology
Guns, God and Government Tour
(2000-2001)
Grotesk Burlesk
(2003-2004)
Against All Gods Tour
(2004-2005)

Grotesk Burlesk was the ninth tour Marilyn Manson embarked on, under management of major record label Interscope Records. It was the band's fifth tour to span over multiple legs. The band was on tour from April 11, 2003 until January 3, 2004.

Many of the costumes and attire used for the tour were tailored by French fashion designer and grand couturier Jean-Paul Gaultier.[1][2]

Lineup[edit]

Supporting acts[edit]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Repent"
  2. "Thaeter"
  3. "This Is the New Shit"
  4. "Disposable Teens"
  5. "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
  6. "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes"
  7. "Use Your Fist and Not Your Mouth"
  8. "Great Big White World"
  9. "Lunchbox" (Spoken)
  10. "1996" (Spoken)
  11. "Rock Is Dead"
  12. "MOBSCENE"
  13. "Tainted Love"
  14. "Para-Noir"
  15. "Tourniquet"
  16. "Baboon Rape Party"
  17. "The Dope Show"
  18. "(s)AINT"
  19. "The Golden Age of Grotesque"
  20. "Doll-Dagga Buzz-Buzz Ziggety-Zag"
  21. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" (With "The Reflecting God" outro)
  22. "Rock 'n' Roll Nigger"
  23. "Obsequey (The Death of Art)"
  24. "It's a Small World"
  25. "The Fight Song"
  26. "The Beautiful People"
  27. "Better of Two Evils"

Opening songs[edit]

Grotesk Burlesk spring european tour[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

# Date City Country Venue
Summer European Tour[3]
1 April 11, 2003 Berlin Germany Volksbuehne
2 April 15, 2003 London England Rogue
3 May 29, 2003 Lisbon Portugal Rock in Lisbon
4 May 30, 2003 Madrid Spain Festimad (Rescheduled from 2003/06/22)
5 May 31, 2003 Derby England Download Festival
6 June 2, 2003 Glasgow Scotland Braehead Arena
7 June 4, 2003 London England Brixton Academy
8 June 6, 2003 Jonathan Ross Show
9 June 7, 2003 Milan Italy A Day at the Border

References[edit]

  1. ^ "For The Record: Quick News On Marilyn Manson And Jean Paul Gaultier, Bone Crusher, Cam'ron, Pearl Jam, Jimi Hendrix & More". MTV News. 2003-04-28. Retrieved 2011-03-12. 
  2. ^ "Fashion Rocks Red Carpet". Style Magazine. Retrieved 2011-03-12. 
  3. ^ "Spring European Tour". Manson Wiki. Retrieved 2011-07-08.