Livin la Vida Loco

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Livin la Vida Loco
Concert by Coal Chamber
Location North America
Start date July 31, 1999
End date November 14, 1999
Legs 1
Number of shows 73
Coal Chamber concert chronology

Livin La Vida Loco, a play on the song title "Livin' la Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin,[1] was a concert tour in 1999. It was headlined by Coal Chamber,[2] and organized by the band's record label, Roadrunner Records. Other bands that were featured included Machine Head, Slipknot, and Amen.[3] The tour was formed after Coal Chamber were thrown off of a tour with the Insane Clown Posse, and picked up Nadja Peulen as an interim bassist during the tour.[4]


The tour arrived at New Jersey's[clarification needed] Asbury Park's Convention Hall.[2] It also performed at the Webster Theater in Hartford, Connecticut. Before the tour arrived, they requested that the stage be enlarged to better accommodate the tour. When the bands performed there, they were recorded by Roadrunner, and sound checks were performed before every set, causing long waits between bands. After the event, The Hartford Courant described Slipknot as the "big name on the undercard".[3] In New York City, the tour performed near Manhattan's Roseland Ballroom.[1]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
August 16, 1999 Lawrence, Kansas United States The Bottleneck
August 19, 1999 Dallas, Texas Deep Ellum Live
August 20, 1999 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Tower Theater
August 21, 1999 Maryland Heights, Missouri Riverport Amphitheater
August 22, 1999 Saint Paul, Minnesota Roy Wilkins Auditorium
August 23, 1999 Lincoln, Nebraska The Royal Grove
August 25, 1999 Milwaukee, Wisconsin The Rave
August 26, 1999 Peoria, Illinois Madison Theatre
August 27, 1999 Kansas City, Missouri City Market
August 28, 1999 Tulsa, Oklahoma Mohawk Park
August 29, 1999 Amarillo, Texas Midnight Rodeo
August 31, 1999 Lubbock, Texas Liquid 2000
September 1, 1999 Killeen, Texas Club Oz
September 2, 1999 Corpus Christi, Texas Bucket's Sports Bar & Grill
September 3, 1999 Odessa, Texas Ector County Coliseum
September 4, 1999 Shreveport, Louisiana Malibu Beach Club
September 6, 1999 Memphis, Tennessee The New Daisy Theatre
September 7, 1999 Chicago, Illinois Riviera Theatre
September 8, 1999 Madison, Wisconsin Headliners
September 9, 1999 Grand Rapids, Michigan Orbit Room
September 10, 1999 Detroit, Michigan Harpos Concert Theatre
September 11, 1999 Cleveland, Ohio Nautica Stage
September 12, 1999 Columbus, Ohio Al Rosa Villa
September 13, 1999 Sauget, Illinois Pop's
September 14, 1999 New York City, New York Roseland Ballroom
September 15, 1999 Hartford, Connecticut Webster Theater
September 16, 1999 Scranton, Pennsylvania Tink's
September 17, 1999 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Electric Factory
September 18, 1999 Asbury Park, New Jersey Asbury Park Convention Hall
September 19, 1999 Worcester, Massachusetts LocoBazooka
September 20, 1999 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
September 22, 1999 Toronto, Ontario Canada Warehouse
September 23, 1999 Montreal, Quebec Le Spectrum
September 24, 1999 Lewiston, Maine United States Civic Center
September 25, 1999 Providence, Rhode Island Lupo's
September 27, 1999 Spartanburg, South Carolina Ground Zero
September 28, 1999 Atlanta, Georgia The Masquerade
September 29, 1999 Tampa, Florida Masquerade
October 1, 1999 Lake Buena Vista, Florida House of Blues
October 3, 1999 Fort Lauderdale, Florida Chili Pepper


  1. ^ a b Jones, Ryan (1999-09-10). "Hey Now, You're a Cuban All-Star". The Record (New Jersey). 
  2. ^ a b Rose, Lisa (1999-09-17). "Band finds Coal comfort after rocky season". The Star-Ledger. 
  3. ^ a b Catlin, Roger (1999-09-17). "Coal Chamber Dresses Metal Up for Halloween". The Hartford Courant. 
  4. ^ "Coal Chamber/Type O Negative Tour Lined Up". MTV. 2000-01-27. Retrieved 2009-02-12. 

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