List of Marilyn Manson concert tours

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This is a compiled tour history for the band Marilyn Manson. Comprehensive tour information of each selective tour can be found within that tour's page.

Tours[edit]

Years Tour Albums / Additional information
1990–1993 Independent Touring (The Spooky Kids) Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids did not have an official tour, but these are the dates in which they performed, mainly in Florida. The Spooky Kids main lineup consisted of Marilyn Manson, Daisy Berkowitz (the band's chief-songwriter), Gidget Gein, Madonna Wayne Gacy and just a short time later, Sara Lee Lucas replacing a Yamaha RX-7 drum machine (97 shows)
1994–1995 Portrait of an American Family The tour was in promotion of the Portrait of an American Family album released on July 19, 1994. The band supported for Nine Inch Nails in 1994 and Danzig in 1995. Twiggy Ramirez was introduced as a live band member on bass and became the band's chief-songwriter. (155 shows)
1995–1996 Smells Like Children The tour was in promotion of the Smells Like Children EP released on October 24, 1995. Ginger Fish was introduced as a live band member on drums. (105 shows)
1996–1997 Dead to the World The tour was in promotion of the Antichrist Superstar album released on October 8, 1996. The tour was recorded for VHS and released under the same title on February 10, 1998. Zim Zum was introduced as a live band member on guitar. (175 shows)
1998–1999 Mechanical Animals The tour was in promotion of the Mechanical Animals album released on September 15, 1998. The tour was recorded for VHS (and included a complete videography of music videos to date) and released under the title God Is in the TV on November 2, 1999, and was recorded for the live album The Last Tour on Earth released on November 12, 1999. John 5 was introduced as a live band member on guitar. (46 shows)
1999 Beautiful Monsters The tour was in promotion of the Mechanical Animals album released on September 15, 1998. The tour was co-headlined with Hole in support of their Celebrity Skin album released on September 7, 1998. (9 shows)
1999 Rock Is Dead The tour was in promotion of the Mechanical Animals album released on September 15, 1998. The tour was recorded for VHS (which included a complete videography of music videos to date) and released under the title God Is in the TV on November 2, 1999, and was recorded for the live album The Last Tour on Earth released on November 12, 1999. (43 shows)
2000–2001 Guns, God and Government The tour was in promotion of the Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) album released on November 14, 2000. The tour was recorded for VHS, DVD and Universal Media Disc and released under the same title on October 29, 2002. (107 shows)
2003–2004 Grotesk Burlesk The tour was in promotion of The Golden Age of Grotesque album released on May 13, 2003. Tim Skold was introduced as a live band member on bass and became the band's chief-songwriter. (119 shows)
2004–2005 Against All Gods Tour The tour was in promotion of the Lest We Forget compilation album released on September 28, 2004. Ginger Fish was temporarily replaced with Chris Vrenna due to injury, and Mark Chaussee was introduced as a live band member on guitar. (64 shows)
2007–2008 Rape of the World The tour was in promotion of the Eat Me, Drink Me album released on June 5, 2007. Rob Holliday and Chris Vrenna were introduced as live band members on bass and keyboards respectively, and marked the return of Ginger Fish on drums. In early January 2008 Tim Skold (now on guitar) left the band and Twiggy Ramirez returned to bass and songwriting duties, whilst Holliday temporarily filled in for guitar. (122 shows)
2009 The High End of Low The tour was in promotion of The High End of Low album released on May 20, 2009. Andy Gerold was introduced as a live band member on bass. (108 shows).
2012 Hey Cruel World... The tour was in promotion of the Born Villain album scheduled for a May 2012 release. Fred Sablan and Jason Sutter were introduced as live band members on bass and drums, respectively.