Forever Night, Never Day Tour

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Forever Night, Never Day Tour
Tour by Thirty Seconds to Mars
Associated album A Beautiful Lie
Start date March 7, 2006
End date June 1, 2006
Legs 2
No. of shows 58
Thirty Seconds to Mars concert chronology

The Forever Night, Never Day Tour was the first headlining concert tour by American rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars, in support of their second studio album A Beautiful Lie (2005).

Background[edit]

The tour was officially announced on January 24, 2006 through the band's official website.[1] It was their first headlining tour; Thirty Seconds to Mars has previously served as opening act for bands like Audioslave, The Used, and My Chemical Romance. Set for March 2006, the tour showcased Thirty Seconds to Mars second studio album A Beautiful Lie, and commenced on March 7, 2006 in Tulsa, Oklahoma and ended on June 1, 2006 in Los Angeles, California.[2] The band announced the tour shortly before releasing their single "The Kill". Thirty Seconds to Mars was forced to reschedule the first two shows of the tour due to a finger injury that bassist Matt Wachter had.[3] In an interview with MTV News, Jared Leto described the tour as,

"It's time. After all these years on the road the fact that we still hadn't done a national headlining tour had become something that we were constantly asked about and encouraged to do. We are ready for that next step and we couldn't be more excited to finally get out there and present Thirty Seconds to Mars in the way that we see it. This is a tour that will offer a true alternative to the typical, mundane experience that seems to be readily available everywhere. We plan on presenting something very unique every single night and to create an experience that will never be forgotten. We want to welcome our family of friends, fans, and anyone and everyone to come and be a part of Forever Night, Never Day."[1]

Opening act[edit]

Set list[edit]

This setlist is representative of the show in Denver at the Ogden Theatre. It does not represent all dates throughout the tour.

  1. "A Beautiful Lie"
  2. "Capricorn (A Brand New Name)"
  3. "Buddha for Mary"
  4. "Battle of One"
  5. "The Kill"
  6. "The Story"
  7. "R-Evolve"
  8. "The Mission"
  9. "Was It a Dream?"
  10. "From Yesterday"
Encore
  1. "The Fantasy"
  2. "Attack"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
March 7, 2006 Tulsa United States Cain's Ballroom
March 9, 2006 Dallas Lakewood Theater
March 10, 2006 Houston Engine Room
March 11, 2006 San Antonio White Rabbit
March 13, 2006 Jacksonville Freebird Live
March 14, 2006 St. Petersburg State Theatre
March 16, 2006 Fort Lauderdale Culture Room
March 17, 2006 Orlando House of Blues
March 18, 2006 Atlanta The Masquerade
March 19, 2006 Norfolk Norva Theatre
March 21, 2006 Philadelphia Theatre of Living Arts
March 23, 2006 New York City Avalon Theatre
March 24, 2006
March 25, 2006 Washington, D.C. American University
March 26, 2006 Buffalo The Town Ballroom
March 28, 2006 Millvale Mr. Small's Theatre
March 29, 2006 Cleveland House of Blues
March 30, 2006 Toronto Canada The Guvernment
March 31, 2006 Toledo United States Headliners
April 1, 2006 Chicago Cabaret Metro
April 4, 2006 Columbus Newport Music Hall
April 6, 2006 St. Louis The Pageant
April 7, 2006 Milwaukee The Rave
April 8, 2006 Minneapolis The Quest Club
April 9, 2006 Winnipeg Canada West End Cultural Centre
April 11, 2006 Calgary The Whiskey
April 12, 2006 Edmonton Starlite Room
April 14, 2006 Vancouver Commodore Ballroom
April 15, 2006 Seattle United States Showbox
April 16, 2006 Boise The Big Easy
April 19, 2006 Santa Cruz The Catalyst
April 21, 2006 Las Vegas House of Blues
April 22, 2006 Tempe The Marquee
April 24, 2006 San Diego SOMA
April 25, 2006 Santa Ana The Galaxy
April 26, 2006 Cabazon Key Club at Morongo Casino
April 27, 2006 Ventura Ventura Theatre
April 29, 2006 Sacramento The Boardwalk
May 6, 2006 Allston Harpers Ferry
May 7, 2006[A] East Rutherford The Meadowlands
May 9, 2006 South Burlington Higher Ground
May 10, 2006 Providence Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
May 12, 2006 Atlantic City Music Box at the Borgata
May 13, 2006 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
May 14, 2006 Towson Recher Theatre
May 15, 2006 Richmond Alley Katz
May 17, 2006 Charlotte Tremont Music Hall
May 18, 2006 Columbia Headliners Mainstage
May 19, 2006 Nashville City Hall
May 20, 2006 New Orleans House of Blues
May 22, 2006 Birmingham Zydeco
May 23, 2006 Baton Rouge Varsity Theatre
May 24, 2006 Austin La Zona Rosa
May 25, 2006 Oklahoma City Bricktown Brewery
May 27, 2006 Denver Ogden Theatre
May 28, 2006 Salt Lake City Avalon Theatre
May 30, 2006 San Francisco Great American Music Hall
June 1, 2006 Los Angeles Avalon Theatre
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of the Bamboozle Festival.
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
March 4, 2006 Salt Lake City, Avalon Rescheduled to May 28, 2006
March 5, 2006 Englewood, Colorado Gothic Theatre Rescheduled to May 27, 2006 and moved to the Ogden Theatre in Denver
March 30, 2006 Toronto, Ontario The Opera House Moved to The Guvernment
April 3, 2006 Grand Rapids, Michigan The Intersection Cancelled
April 20, 2006 Bakersfield, California Montgomery World Plaza Cancelled
April 30, 2006 San Francisco Great American Music Hall Rescheduled to May 30, 2006
May 17, 2006 Charlotte, North Carolina Amos Moved to the Tremont Music Hall

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Lichtenstein, Lichtenstein (January 24, 2006). "30 Seconds to Mars Embark on Their First Ever National Headlining Tour". Marketwired. Retrieved October 19, 2013. 
  2. ^ "30 Seconds To Mars touring with Aiden, Emanuel this March". Alternative Press. January 25, 2006. Retrieved October 19, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Salt Lake City and Denver Shows Being Re-Scheduled". Archived from the original on May 25, 2006. Retrieved October 19, 2013. 
  4. ^ a b c Awosika, Mary (March 10, 2006). "30 Seconds to Mars no hobby for Leto". Sarasota Herald-Tribune: E7. Retrieved October 19, 2013. 
  5. ^ Lockwood, Rod (March 30, 2006). "Exception to the rule". The Blade: E3. Retrieved October 19, 2013. 
  6. ^ Peart, Stacie (May 31, 2006). "30 Seconds To Mars Ends First Headlining Tour In SLC". Globe Link: E3. 

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