Heaven Upside Down Tour

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Heaven Upside Down Tour
Tour by Marilyn Manson
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Marilyn Manson performing "We Know Where You Fucking Live"
Associated album Heaven Upside Down
Start date July 20, 2017 (2017-07-20)
End date October 31, 2018 (2018-10-31)
No. of shows
  • 66 in North America
  • 54 in Europe
  • 122 total
Marilyn Manson concert chronology

The Heaven Upside Down Tour is the fifteenth concert tour by American rock band Marilyn Manson. It was launched in support of their tenth studio album, Heaven Upside Down, which was released on October 6, 2017. Beginning on July 20, 2017, the tour currently includes seven legs spanning Europe and North America, for a total of 122 shows.

The live band for the tour initially included Marilyn Manson on vocals, Twiggy on bass guitar, Tyler Bates on lead guitar, Paul Wiley on rhythm guitar, Gil Sharone on drums and Daniel Fox on percussion and keyboards. Several of these musicians have left the band over the course of the tour, however. Fox played his final show with the band on the July 31 date in Moscow, although he remains a member of crew as Sharone's drum technician. Twiggy was dismissed from the band on October 25.[1] Bates also indicated he would not be performing on the second European leg, saying: "I want to play as many shows as I can, but I've got some pretty intense commitments with film coming up and that takes precedence. The great thing about my working relationship with Manson and how the band is set up is that they can accommodate me when I'm there, or reconfigure things when I'm not."[2]

Their second co-headlining tour with Rob Zombie, the "Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour" (following the 2012 "Twins of Evil Tour") began on July 11 in Detroit, and consists of nearly 30-dates spanning North America.[3]

Itinerary[edit]

The band debuted several songs during the first European leg of the tour, including new tracks from Heaven Upside Down, such as "Revelation #12",[4] "We Know Where You Fucking Live" and "Say10",[5] and "1°", although the latter was subsequently revealed to be band jam based on their cover version of Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)". The tour also encompassed several appearances by the band at music festivals, including an October 22 appearance at the Sacramento-based Aftershock Festival, at which Nine Inch Nails was also scheduled to appear.[6] Manson indicated that he may join that band on-stage at the festival, after he and Trent Reznor mended a longstanding feud.[7] However, Marilyn Manson later pulled out of the festival due to injuries caused by a prop falling on the vocalist.[8]

Injuries[edit]

The entire band narrowly avoided injury in Moscow when their tour bus was involved in a collision with a semi-trailer truck. Bates recalled: "We had a real asshole driver who worked for the promoter, and he nearly got us killed on the way from the airport. At some point, we just bailed out of the vehicle, because [the driver] was being really weird and contentious, and tried to lock us inside."[9] Additionally, the North American leg of the tour has seen the band's eponymous vocalist be injured several times whilst performing on-stage. During the encore performance of "The Beautiful People" on September 29 at Stage AE in Pittsburgh, Manson broke his ankle after jumping from the stage to sing with fans who were standing near the barricade. After the vocalist crawled back on-stage, the band abruptly abandoned the song. However, they resumed when Manson invited opener Alice Glass to take over on vocals.[10] He had reportedly expressed safety concerns to his tour manager prior to the concert.[11]

The following night, at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, a large 750kg – approximately 1650lbsstage prop consisting of two oversized pistols attached to one another via metal scaffolding fell on the vocalist.[12] According to Manson, the metal truss supporting the prop had not been securely fastened to the ground. He later explained: "I wasn't trying to climb it. It started to fall and I tried to push [it] back, [but] I didn't get out the way in time. I'm not sure what I hit my head on, but it did fall onto my leg".[13] The incident happened while the band were performing their cover of "Sweet Dreams".[14] Manson lay unconscious on the stage for up to 15 minutes,[15] before being carried out of the venue on a stretcher to a nearby hospital.[16] The prop broke Manson's fibula in two places, and required a plate and ten screws to be inserted into the bone to repair the damage. He also had a screw inserted into his ankle to repair the damage sustained during the Pittsburgh show.[17] He was discharged from hospital after several days, and spent time recuperating at his home in Los Angeles.[18]

The following nine dates of the North American leg were immediately cancelled,[19] with the remaining October shows gradually cancelled over the next week. All of these shows – excluding festival appearances – have been rescheduled to start at the beginning of 2018.[20]

Setlist[edit]

Marilyn Manson played a lot of songs during the tour. Most played songs are: "Disposable Teens", "The Beautiful People", "The Dope Show", "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)", "This Is the New Shit", "Mobscene", "Say10" and "Deep Six".

Songs played during Heaven Upside Down Tour / Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour
Album/EP Song
Portrait Of An American Family "Lunchbox"
Smells Like Children "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"
"Rock N Roll Nigger"
Antichrist Superstar "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
"The Beautiful People"
"Tourniquet"
"Angel with the Scabbed Wings"
"Antichrist Superstar"
"The Reflecting God"
Mechanical Animals "Great Big White World"
"The Dope Show"
"Rock Is Dead"
"Coma White"
Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) "Disposable Teens"
"The Fight Song"
"Cruci-Fiction in Space"
"The Nobodies"
The Golden Age of Grotesque "Mobscene"
"This Is the New Shit"
Lest We Forget: The Best Of "Personal Jesus"
Born Villain "No Reflection"
The Pale Emperor "Deep Six"
"Third Day of a Seven Day Binge"
Heaven Upside Down "Revelation #12"
"Tattooed in Reverse"
"We Know Where You Fucking Live"
"Say10"
"Kill4Me"
"Saturnalia"
Non-album songs "Sick City" (Charles Manson cover)
"Cry Little Sister" (The New Mutants OST)

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue.
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
Europe[21]
July 20, 2017 Budapest Hungary Budapest Park N/A N/A
July 21, 2017 Katowice Poland Metal Hammer Festival N/A N/A
July 22, 2017 Dresden Germany Woodstage Open Air N/A N/A
July 24, 2017 Tolmin Slovenia Metaldays N/A N/A
July 25, 2017 Rome Italy Rock in Roma N/A N/A
July 26, 2017 Verona Villafranca di Verona N/A N/A
July 28, 2017 Oulu Finland Qstock N/A N/A
July 31, 2017 Moscow Russia Stadium Live N/A N/A
August 2, 2017 Kiev Ukraine Sport Palace N/A N/A
August 4, 2017 Wacken Germany Wacken Open Air N/A N/A
August 5, 2017 Utrecht Netherlands TivoliVredenburg N/A N/A
August 6, 2017 Lokeren Belgium Lokerse Festival N/A N/A
August 10, 2017 Avenches Switzerland Rock Oz'Arènes N/A N/A
August 12, 2017 Landerneau France Fêtes du Bruit N/A N/A
North America[6]
September 27, 2017 Silver Spring United States The Filmore N/A N/A
September 29, 2017 Pittsburgh Stage AE 3,969 / 4,500[22] $189,328
September 30, 2017 New York City Hammerstein Ballroom N/A N/A
November 5, 2017 San Bernardino Ozzfest Meets Knotfest N/A N/A
Europe[6]
November 12, 2017 Helsinki Finland Jäähalli N/A N/A
November 14, 2017 Stockholm Sweden Annexet N/A N/A
November 15, 2017 Helsingør Denmark Hal 14 N/A N/A
November 16, 2017 Hamburg Germany Sporthalle N/A N/A
November 18, 2017 Munich Zenith N/A N/A
November 19, 2017 Prague Czech Republic Tip Sport Arena N/A N/A
November 20, 2017 Vienna Austria Gasometer N/A N/A
November 22, 2017 Turin Italy Pala Alpitour N/A N/A
November 23, 2017 Zürich Switzerland Samsung Hall N/A N/A
November 25, 2017 Berlin Germany Velodrom N/A N/A
November 27, 2017 Paris France AccorHotels Arena N/A N/A
November 28, 2017 Eindhoven Netherlands Klokgebouw N/A N/A
November 29, 2017 Düsseldorf Germany Mitsubishi Electric Halle N/A N/A
December 1, 2017 Nancy France Zénith de Nancy N/A N/A
December 2, 2017 Brussels Belgium Forest National N/A N/A
December 4, 2017 Manchester United Kingdom O2 Apollo Manchester N/A N/A
December 5, 2017 Glasgow O2 Academy Glasgow N/A N/A
December 6, 2017 Wolverhampton Wolverhampton Civic Hall N/A N/A
December 8, 2017 Newport Newport Centre N/A N/A
December 9, 2017 London Wembley Arena 11,210 / 12,500[23] $523,172
North America[24]
January 10, 2018 Phoenix United States Van Buren Theatre N/A N/A
January 12–13, 2018 Las Vegas House of Blues N/A N/A
January 15, 2018 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium N/A N/A
January 16, 2018 Oakland Fox Oakland Theatre 2,828 / 2,828[23] $180,153
January 19, 2018 Salt Lake City The Complex N/A N/A
January 20, 2018 Denver The Fillmore 3,600 / 3,859[25] $168,568
January 23, 2018 San Antonio Aztec Theatre N/A N/A
January 24, 2018 Houston House of Blues N/A N/A
January 26, 2018 Springfield Shrine Mosque N/A N/A
January 27, 2018 Tulsa Brady Theater N/A N/A
January 28, 2018 Kansas City Midland Theatre N/A N/A
January 30, 2018 Des Moines Seven Flags Event Center N/A N/A
January 31, 2018 Minneapolis The Myth 3,074 / 3,300[25] $149,244
February 2, 2018 Madison The Orpheum 1,860 / 2,299[26] $98,162
February 3, 2018 Milwaukee Eagles Ballroom N/A N/A
February 6, 2018 Chicago Riviera Theatre 2,540 / 2,540[27] $147,320
February 7, 2018 Grand Rapids Twenty Monroe N/A N/A
February 9, 2018 Buffalo Rapids Theatre N/A N/A
February 11, 2018 Toronto Canada Rebel N/A N/A
February 12, 2018 Boston United States House of Blues 2,425 / 2,425[23] $159,405
February 13, 2018 Baltimore Rams Head Live! N/A N/A
February 15, 2018 Huntington Paramount Theatre 1,573 / 1,573[28] $131,673
February 16, 2018 Sayreville Starland Ballroom 1,998 / 1,998[25] $119,381
May 5, 2018 Mexico City Mexico Hell & Heaven Metal Fest N/A N/A
Europe
May 30, 2018 Haarlem Netherlands Philharmonium N/A N/A
June 1, 2018 Nürburg Germany Rock am Ring N/A N/A
June 3, 2018 Nuremberg Rock im Park N/A N/A
June 4, 2018 Aarhus Denmark SCC N/A N/A
June 5, 2018 Oslo Norway Sentrum Scene N/A N/A
June 6, 2018 Stockholm Sweden Gröna Lund N/A N/A
June 8, 2018 Hyvinkää Finland Rock Fest N/A N/A
June 10, 2018 Donington Park United Kingdom Download Festival N/A N/A
June 12, 2018 Dresden Germany Junge Garde N/A N/A
June 13, 2018 Warsaw Poland Torwar Hall N/A N/A
June 14, 2018 Nickelsdorf Austria Nova Rock Festival N/A N/A
June 16, 2018 Brétigny-sur-Orge France Download Festival N/A N/A
June 19, 2018 Milan Italy Ippodromo San Siro N/A N/A
June 20, 2018 Nîmes France Festival de Nîmes N/A N/A
June 21, 2018 Dijon Le Zénith N/A N/A
June 23, 2018 Dessel Belgium Graspop Festival N/A N/A
June 24, 2018 Clisson France Hellfest N/A N/A
June 27, 2018 Lisbon Portugal Campo Pequeno N/A N/A
June 28, 2018 Madrid Spain Download Festival N/A N/A
June 29, 2018 Marmande France Garorock Festival N/A N/A
North America: Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour[29] (with Rob Zombie)
July 11, 2018 Detroit United States DTE Energy Music Center N/A N/A
July 14, 2018 St. Louis Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 15, 2018 Chicago Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 17, 2018 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center N/A N/A
July 18, 2018 Noblesville Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center N/A N/A
July 20, 2018 Virginia Beach Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater N/A N/A
July 22, 2018 Syracuse K-Rockathon N/A N/A
July 24, 2018 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center N/A N/A
July 25, 2018 Pittsburgh KeyBank Pavilion N/A N/A
July 28, 2018 Montreal Canada Heavy Montréal N/A N/A
July 29, 2018 Bangor United States Impact Festival N/A N/A
July 31, 2018[a] Bristow Jiffy Lube Live N/A N/A
August 1, 2018[b] Charlotte The Fillmore N/A N/A
August 2, 2018[c] Myrtle Beach House of Blues N/A N/A
August 5, 2018[d] Louisville The Louisville Palace N/A N/A
August 8, 2018 Mansfield Xfinity Center N/A N/A
August 9, 2018 Camden BB&T Pavilion N/A N/A
August 11, 2018 Hartford Xfinity Theatre N/A N/A
August 12, 2018 Darien Lake Darien Lake Performing Arts Center N/A N/A
August 14, 2018 Atlanta Cellairis Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 16, 2018 Dallas Starplex Pavilion N/A N/A
August 17, 2018 Austin Austin360 Amphitheater N/A N/A
August 18, 2018 Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion N/A N/A
August 20, 2018 Denver Pepsi Center N/A N/A
August 22, 2018 Salt Lake City USANA Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 24, 2018 San Diego Mattress Firm Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 25, 2018 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena N/A N/A
August 26, 2018 Phoenix Ak-Chin Pavilion N/A N/A
August 28, 2018 Concord Concord Pavilion N/A N/A
August 29, 2018 Irvine FivePoint Amphitheatre N/A N/A
North America[32]
October 22, 2018 Nashville United States Marathon Music Works N/A N/A
October 23, 2018 Knoxville Knoxville Civic Auditorium N/A N/A
October 25, 2018 Memphis The Cannon Center N/A N/A
October 26–27, 2018 New Orleans Voodoo Festival N/A N/A
October 28, 2018 Birmingham Iron City N/A N/A
October 30, 2018 Hollywood Hard Rock Live N/A N/A
October 31, 2018 Orlando Hard Rock Live N/A N/A

Notes

  1. ^ Originally scheduled for July 21. Postponed due to severe weather.[30]
  2. ^ Marilyn Manson solo show.[31]
  3. ^ Marilyn Manson solo show.[31]
  4. ^ Marilyn Manson solo show.[31]

Canceled or rescheduled shows[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
Heaven Upside Down Tour
October 2, 2017 Boston United States House of Blues Manson injured by falling stage prop on September 30 date at the Hammerstein Ballroom.[33] These shows – excluding festival appearances – were rescheduled to January and February 2018.[19]
October 3, 2017 Long Island The Paramount
October 5, 2017 Toronto Canada Rebel
October 7, 2017 Camden United States Rock Allegiance Festival
October 8, 2017 Columbus Express Live!
October 10, 2017 Chicago Riviera Theatre
October 11, 2017 Milwaukee Eagles Ballroom
October 12, 2017 Kansas City Freakers' Ball
October 14, 2017 Houston Houston Open Air Festival
October 15, 2017 Grand Prairie Freakers' Ball[8]
October 17, 2017 Tulsa Brady Theater
October 19, 2017 Denver The Fillmore
October 20, 2017 Salt Lake City The Complex
October 22, 2017 Sacramento Aftershock Festival[8]
October 23, 2017 Oakland Fox Oakland Theatre
October 26, 2017 Phoenix Arizona State Fairgrounds
October 27–28, 2017 Las Vegas House of Blues
Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour
July 13, 2018 Oshkosh United States Rock USA Festival Thunderstorms
July 26, 2018 Toronto Canada Budweiser Stage Manson diagnosed with influenza.[34] The concert still took place; Zombie performed an extended set.[35]
August 7, 2018 Wantagh United States Jones Beach Theater Venue flooded[36][37]

Personnel[edit]

Opening acts[edit]

Opening acts Heaven Upside Down Tour / Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour
Artist Dates Country
North American legs 2017
Alice Glass[38] September 27 - September 30 United States
European legs 2017
The Charm the Fury[39] August 5 Netherlands
Amazonica[40] November 12 Finland
November 14 Sweden
November 15 Denmark
November 16 - November 18 Germany
November 19 Czech Republic
November 20 Austria
November 22 Italy
November 23 Switzerland
December 4 - December 9 United Kingdom
Dinos Chapman November 25 Germany
November 27 France
November 28 Netherlands
November 29 Germany
December 1 France
December 2 Belgium
North American legs 2018
Amazonica[41] January 10 - February 16 United States & Canada
Deadly Apples July 11 - August 29 United States & Canada
Ho99o9 October 22 - October 31 United States
European legs 2018
Ink[42] May 30 Netherlands
Myrkur[43] June 4 Denmark
Arabrot[44] June 5 Norway
Amazonica[45] June 12 Germany
June 21 France
June 27 Portugal
Stone Sour[46] June 13 Poland
Duo Opala June 20 France

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