Iowa World Tour

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Iowa World Tour
Slipknot at Summer Sonic.jpg
Slipknot performing at Summer Sonic during the Iowa World Tour.
World tour by Slipknot
Associated album Iowa
Shows 109
Slipknot concert chronology
World Domination Tour
(1999-2000)
Iowa World Tour
(2001-2002)
The Subliminal Verses World Tour
(2004-2005)

Iowa World Tour was a worldwide concert tour in 2001 and 2002 headlined by Slipknot in support of their second studio album Iowa.

Setlists[edit]

Set list[edit]

Kill The Industry[edit]

Kill The Industry was a leg of the Iowa World Tour in North America.[1] Musicians that accompanied the tour include Papa Roach, Mudvayne, and The Union Underground.[2]

Date City Country Venue
May 9, 2001 Saint Paul, Minnesota United States Xcel Energy Center
Filming for Rollerball
May 17, 2001 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico
May 18, 2001 Madrid Spain Festimad
May 20, 2001 Milan Italy Palavobis
May 21, 2001 Zurich Switzerland Volkshaus
May 22, 2001 Munich Germany Colloseum
May 24, 2001 Tourhout Belgium Tourhout Festival
May 26, 2001 Milton Keynes United Kingdom Ozzfest
May 27, 2001 Bielefeld Germany
May 28, 2001 Oberhausen Turbinenhalle
May 29, 2001 Paris France Zénith de Paris
May 31, 2001 Bremen Germany Pier 2
June 2, 2001 Vienna Austria Libro Music Hall
June 4, 2001 Katowice Poland Spodek

Ozzfest 2001[edit]

Slipknot joined the 2001 Ozzfest, performing on the main stage after Papa Roach and before Marilyn Manson.

Date City Country Venue
June 9, 2001 East Troy, Wisconsin United States Alpine Valley Music Theatre
June 12, 2001 Noblesville, Indiana Verizon Wireless Music Center
June 16, 2001 Somerset, Wisconsin Float Rite Park Amphitheatre
June 18, 2001 Maryland Heights, Missouri Riverport Amphitheatre
June 19, 2001 Bonner Springs, Kansas Sandstone Amphitheater
June 21, 2001 Denver, Colorado Mile High Stadium
June 25, 2001 George, Washington The Gorge Amphitheatre
June 27, 2001 Marysville, California Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre
June 29, 2001 Mountain View, California Shoreline Amphitheatre
June 30, 2001 San Bernardino, California Glen Helen Pavilion
July 3, 2001 Selma, Texas Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
July 5, 2001 Dallas, Texas Smirnoff Music Center
July 7, 2001 Atlanta, Georgia HiFi Buys Amphitheatre
July 9, 2001 Camden, New Jersey Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
July 13, 2001 West Palm Beach, Florida Mars Music Amphitheatre
July 14, 2001 St. Petersburg, Florida Tropicana Field
July 17, 2001 Charlotte, North Carolina Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
July 20, 2001 Bristow, Virginia Nissan Pavilion
July 21, 2001 Camden, New Jersey Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
July 24, 2001 Toronto, Ontario Canada The Docks
July 26, 2001 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio United States Blossom Music Center
July 28, 2001 Burgettstown, Pennsylvania Post Gazette Pavilion
July 30, 2001 Clarkston, Michigan DTE Energy Music Theatre
July 31, 2001
August 3, 2001 Columbus, Ohio Polaris Amphitheater
August 5, 2001 Hartford, Connecticut Meadows Music Theatre
August 7, 2001 Mansfield, Massachusetts Tweeter Center
August 8, 2001
August 11, 2001 Holmdel, New Jersey PNC Bank Arts Center
August 12, 2001

Pledge of Allegiance[edit]

The Pledge of Allegiance Tour was a leg co-headlined by the heavy metal band System Of A Down. Both groups used the tour as a promotion for their new albums.

The band played 27 shows all over the United States and had support from Rammstein, American Head Charge, Mudvayne and No One. The tour was scheduled to start on September 14 but was postponed for a week due to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, 5 dates were rescheduled and 4 dates were cancelled, the rest of the dates went ahead as originally scheduled.

Originally, No One were to open the tour and American Head Charge was to take their set for the second half of the tour. Due to the terrorist attacks, Mudvayne dropped off the tour leaving an open set. To fill the gap, American Head Charge came onto the tour early and No One stayed on for the entire tour.

A live CD was made on this tour.

Date City Country Venue
September 14, 2001 Rosemont, Illinois United States Allstate Arena (Rescheduled)
September 15, 2001 Saint Paul, Minnesota Xcel Energy Center (Rescheduled)
September 16, 2001 Omaha, Nebraska Omaha Civic Auditorium (Cancelled)
September 18, 2001 Cedar Rapids, Iowa U.S. Cellular Center (Rescheduled)
September 19, 2001 Madison, Wisconsin Alliant Energy Center (Reschedule)
September 21, 2001 Denver, Colorado Denver Coliseum
September 22, 2001 Colorado Springs, Colorado World Arena
September 25, 2001 Portland, Oregon Rose Garden Amphitheatre
September 26, 2001 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
September 28, 2001 San Jose, California Compaq Center
September 29, 2001 Inglewood, California The Forum
September 30, 2001 San Diego, California Cox Arena
October 2, 2001 Paradise, Nevada Thomas & Mack Center
October 3, 2001 Phoenix, Arizona America West Arena (Moved to Paradise)
October 5, 2001 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Myriad Convention Center
October 6, 2001 Dallas, Texas Reunion Arena
October 7, 2001 San Antonio, Texas Alamodome
October 9, 2001 Rosemont, Illinois Allstate Arena
October 13, 2001 St. Louis, Missouri Savvis Center (Rescheduled)
October 11, 2001 Saint Paul, Minnesota Xcel Energy Center
October 12, 2001 Madison, Wisconsin Alliant Energy Center
Tampa, Florida Ice Palace (Cancelled)
October 13, 2001 St. Louis, Missouri Savvis Center
Orlando, Florida Orlando Centroplex (Cancelled)
October 14, 2001 Cedar Rapids, Iowa U.S. Cellular Center
Miami, Florida Miami Arena (Cancelled)
October 16, 2001 Baltimore, Maryland Baltimore Arena
October 17, 2001 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania First Union Spectrum
October 19, 2001 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Civic Center
October 20, 2001 Buffalo, New York HSBC Arena
October 21, 2001 Portland, Maine Cumberland County Civic Center
October 23, 2001 Peoria, Illinois Peoria Civic Center
October 24, 2001 Cleveland, Ohio CSU Convocation Center
October 26, 2001 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mellon Arena
October 27, 2001 Detroit, Michigan Cobo Arena
October 28, 2001 Grand Rapids, Michigan Van Andel Arena
October 30, 2001 Worcester, Massachusetts The Centrum
October 31, 2001 East Rutherford, New Jersey Continental Airlines Arena

European leg[edit]

The European Iowa Tour was intended to begin around the September 11 attacks, but because of the incident, the tour was postponed to February 2002.[3] In mid-November 2001, the wife of the band's percussionist, Shawn Crahan, underwent surgery for Crohn's disease, which forced Crahan to not participate in Slipknot's live performances. However, the group announced that they plan to go ahead with their upcoming European tour, which had its start date moved ahead to January 2002.[4]

Slipknot arrived in Glasgow, Scotland for a performance on February 14, 2002 to kick off the European Iowa Tour, which was its penultimate leg.[5][6] On February 16, 2002, Slipknot performed at the London Arena, a show they filmed for their live DVD Disasterpieces, released November 22 of the same year. Despite significant tabloid coverage, the European Iowa Tour was not sold out.[7]

Date City Country Venue
January 20, 2002 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
January 22, 2002 Stockholm Sweden Hovet
January 23, 2002 Copenhagen Denmark Valby-Hallen
January 25, 2002 Berlin Germany Arena
January 26, 2002 Essen Grugahalle
January 27, 2002 Böblingen Sporthalle
January 29, 2002 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
January 30, 2002 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
February 1, 2002 Katowice Poland Spodek
February 2, 2002 Prague Czech Republic Small Sports Hall
February 4, 2002 Milan Italy Filaforum
February 5, 2002 Winterthur Switzerland Eulachhalle
February 7, 2002 Madrid Spain Indoor Bullring
February 8, 2002 San Sebastián Indoor Bullring
February 10, 2002 Paris France Zénith de Paris
February 11, 2002
February 12, 2002 Leuven Belgium Forest National
February 14, 2002 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
February 15, 2002 Manchester England Manchester Evening News Arena
February 16, 2002 London London Arena
February 18, 2002 Brighton Centre
February 19, 2002 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
February 20, 2002 Birmingham England National Exhibition Centre

Japanese leg[edit]

The Japanese leg kicked off on April 4, 2002 with two shows in the Tokyo Bay NK Hall in Tokyo.[8] The tour is part of a worldwide tour to promote Iowa; the Japan Iowa Tour was preceded by the European Iowa Tour.[9]

Date City Country Venue
March 18, 2002 Nagoya Japan Rainbow Hall
March 19, 2002 Osaka Zepp
March 20, 2002
March 21, 2002
March 23, 2002 Tokyo Tokyo Bay NK Hall
March 24, 2002
March 26, 2002 Kawasaki Club Citta
March 28, 2002 Tokyo Zepp

European Open Air Leg[edit]

This leg consisted of several festival appearances across Europe, beginning with the Festival Ilha Do Ermal on August 20, 2002, and ending with an appearance at the 2 Days a Week Festival in Austria. They also notably performed at the 2002 Reading and Leeds Festivals in the United Kingdom.

Because of the shorter set times available at festivals, "Gently" and "New Abortion" were removed from the setlist on this leg.

Date City Country Venue
August 20, 2002 Vieira do Minho Portugal Festival da Ilha do Ermal
August 21, 2002 Gijon Spain Gijon Festival
August 23, 2002 Leeds United Kingdom Temple Newsam Park
August 24, 2002 Glasgow Glasgow Green
August 25, 2002 Reading Richfield Avenue
August 27, 2002 Belfast Odyssey Arena
August 29, 2002 Wiesen Austria 2 Days a Week

References[edit]

  1. ^ Killin, Cartiona (2002-01-25). "Rebels with a Cause". Daily Record. p. 62. 
  2. ^ Mernagh, Matt (2001-06-18). "Slipknot Kill The Industry". Chart. Retrieved 2009-02-12. 
  3. ^ "'Maggots,' rejoice: Slipknot is back". Green Bay Press-Gazette. 2001-11-08. 
  4. ^ Guzman, Isaac (2001-11-24). "Masked Men". The Orlando Sentinel. 
  5. ^ "Among the Maggots". The Guardian. 2002-02-22. 
  6. ^ "Last year this band announced they were terrorists.". The Herald and the Sunday Herald. 2002-01-06. 
  7. ^ Bungey, John (2002-03-15). "In my day we had tunes". The Times. 
  8. ^ Bartz, Simon (2002-04-03). "Slipknot unmasked!". The Japan Times. 
  9. ^ Melissa, Myers (2002-03-05). "Slipknot singer slides into ritzy D.M. house". The Des Moines Register.