Not Your Kind of People World Tour

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Not Your Kind of People World Tour
World tour by Garbage
Garbage, March 2013.jpg
Garbage, featuring tour bassist Eric Avery, playing at Montreal's Métropolis, March 2013.
Associated album Not Your Kind of People
Start date April 6, 2012 (2012-04-06)
End date April 18, 2013 (2013-04-18)
Legs 9
No. of shows 55 in North America
46 in Europe
4 in Asia
6 in South America
9 in Oceania
120 Total
Garbage concert chronology

The Not Your Kind of People Tour is the fifth world concert tour cycle by American/Scottish alternative rock group Garbage. The tour launched May 2012 in Los Angeles, United States and included headline performances and festival appearances throughout North America, Europe and Asia.[1][2] The tour also routed South America and several festivals in Australia during 2013.

The tour marks the first Garbage concerts since 2007;[3] and the first tour since the Bleed Like Me tour was ended in October 2005. "Thinking about going back on the road is both thrilling and terrifying in equal measure," lead singer Shirley Manson stated in a press release for the launch of the album and tour; "…but we’ve always enjoyed a little pain mixed in with our pleasure."[4] The band's touring line-up is augmented by the addition of Eric Avery on bass guitar. Tour rehearsals took place in Los Angeles throughout March.

A DVD/Blu-ray release of the Denver, Colorado show was released in May 2013, titled One Mile High... Live.

Tour itinerary[edit]

In late 2011, Garbage announced their return to touring upon the release of Not Your Kind of People.[4] The tour kicked off in United States West Coast, running through a few Mountain States and Texas and then route into Europe for headline shows in United Kingdom, France and Russia before returning to North America to perform shows on the East Coast and Canada. The tour then made its way back to Europe for Garbage to perform their own headline shows in Netherlands, Luxembourg and across the United Kingdom, and to appear on the bills of rock festivals across Europe.[2] Further performances were scheduled in Canada and Japan. The late April concerts in Texas, Colorado and Utah were rescheduled due to personal problems of Duke Erikson.[5][6]

Broadcast and recordings[edit]

According to the band, MTV Hive would livestream the concert from Webster Hall as part of its monthly Live in NYC series, making the full performance available for on-demand viewing the following week after the concert. "So excited that MTV is filming our first show in NYC for more than seven years. It’s going to be a pretty special night for us,” lead singer Shirley Manson tells The Hollywood Reporter. “The gig sold out in 5 minutes flat so we know its going to be full of hardcore fans who have been waiting on our new record with unbelievable patience and overwhelming enthusiasm."[7]

Opening acts[edit]


The tour set list omits less well known songs for festival appearances. Upon the commencement of the tour, Garbage performed "Temptation Waits", "The Trick Is to Keep Breathing" and "The World Is Not Enough" for the first time in a few tour cycles. Newly debuted tracks from Not Your Kind of People were "Automatic Systematic Habit", "Blood for Poppies", "Control", "Man on a Wire" and "Battle In Me". Songs introduced during the run include "Milk", "Cup of Coffee" and "You Look So Fine" returned to the set over the course of the tour, while Not Your Kind of People tracks "Big Bright World", "Not Your Kind of People", "The One", "Beloved Freak" and "I Hate Love" were debuted and performed in concert, while a cover of "Because the Night" was introduced in 2013.

During this tour, Shirley quoted lines from Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" and Freedy Johnston's "This Perfect World" on the outro for "You Look So Fine", Donna Summer's "Love To Love You Baby" on the intro of "Stupid Girl", and Madonna's "Erotic" on the intro to "#1 Crush". In addition to interpolating from "Talk of the Town" by The Pretenders on "Special", Shirley also quoted lines from their cover of "I Go to Sleep".

A number of intro tape samples were used throughout the tour, including the band's own then-unreleased song "Time Will Destroy Everything" as the lead tape. The "tears in rain" monologue from Blade Runner preceded "Hammering In My Head".

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
April 6, 2012 Westlake United States Bootleg Theater
April 9, 2012 Los Angeles El Rey Theatre
April 10, 2012
April 14, 2012 Las Vegas Pearl Concert Theater
April 16, 2012 Tucson Rialto Theater
April 17, 2012 Phoenix The Marquee
April 22, 2012 Dallas Edgefest
May 5, 2012 Irvine KROQ Weenie Roast y Fiesta
May 9, 2012 London United Kingdom Troxy
May 11, 2012 St. Petersburg Russia Jubilenyi Hal
May 12, 2012 Moscow Crocus City Hall
May 16, 2012 Paris France Olympia Theatre
North America
May 22, 2012 New York United States Webster Hall
May 23, 2012 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
May 25, 2012 Atlantic City House of Blues
May 26, 2012 Boston Paradise Rock Club
May 28, 2012 Toronto Canada Phoenix Concert Theater
June 1, 2012 Santa Barbara United States Summer Round Up
June 2, 2012 Mountain View Live 105 BFD
June 3, 2012 San Diego 91X X-Fest
June 9, 2012 Warsaw Poland Orange Warsaw Festival
June 11, 2012 Samara Russia Rock Above Volga Festival
June 12, 2012 Odessa Ukraine Prosto Rock Festival
June 16, 2012 Hultsfred Sweden Hultsfred Festival
June 17, 2012 Aarhus Denmark NorthSide Festival
June 19, 2012 Amsterdam Netherlands Melkweg
June 22, 2012 Tuttlingen Germany Southside Festival
June 23, 2012 Scheeßel Hurricane Festival
June 24, 2012 Paris France Solidays Festival
June 27, 2012 Luxembourg Luxembourg Den Atelier
June 28, 2012 Werchter Belgium Rock Werchter
June 29, 2012 Arras France Main Square Festival
July 1, 2012 London United Kingdom Brixton Academy
July 2, 2012 Wolverhampton Civic Hall
July 3, 2012 Manchester Academy
July 4, 2012 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
July 6, 2012 Bucharest Romania BestFest
July 8, 2012 Hérouville-Saint-Clair France Beauregard Festival
July 11, 2012 Castello Vigevano Italy 10 Giorni Suonati
July 12, 2012 Rome Rock In Roma
July 14, 2012 Bilbao Spain BBK Live Festival
July 15, 2012 Aix-les-Bains France Musilac Festival
July 17, 2012 Arles Les Escales Du Cargo Festival
July 19, 2012 Vila Nova de Gaia Portugal Mares Vivas Festival
July 21, 2012 Nyon Switzerland Paléo Festival
July 22, 2012 Carhaix France Vieilles Charrues Festival
North America[8]
August 4, 2012 Montreal Canada Osheaga Festival
August 7, 2012 Chicago United States Metro Chicago
August 8, 2012 Kansas City Buzz Under the Stars
August 9, 2012 Madison Warner Park
August 11, 2012 Omaha Maha Music Festival
August 15, 2012 Taipei Taiwan Twinkle Rock Festival
August 18, 2012 Osaka Japan Summer Sonic Festival
August 19, 2012 Tokyo
August 21, 2012 Singapore Singapore Fort Canning
North America[8]
September 12, 2012 Monterrey Mexico MTV World Stage
September 14, 2012 Richmond United States The National
September 15, 2012 Bristow DC101 Kerfuffle
September 16, 2012 Charlotte 106.5 The End Weenie Roast
September 22, 2012 Atlanta Music Midtown Festival
September 26, 2012 Seattle Showbox SoDo
September 27, 2012 Portland Roseland Theater
September 29, 2012 Vancouver Canada The Centre for Performing Arts
October 1, 2012 San Francisco United States The Warfield Theater
October 2, 2012 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
October 5, 2012 Salt Lake City In The Venue
October 6, 2012 Denver Ogden Theater
October 9, 2012 Houston House of Blues
October 10, 2012 Austin La Zona Rosa
South America[8]
October 15, 2012 Santiago Chile Teatro Caupolicán
October 17, 2012 Montevideo Uruguay Primavera 0 Festival
October 18, 2012 Buenos Aires Argentina Pepsi Music Festival
October 20, 2012 São Paulo Brazil Planeta Terra Festival
October 24, 2012 Asuncion Paraguay Conmebol Convention Center
October 27, 2012 Bogota Colombia Planeta Terra Festival
November 1, 2012 Kazan Russia Milo Arena
November 2, 2012 Nizhny Novgorod Milo Concert Hall
November 4, 2012 Yekaterinburg Tele Club
November 5, 2012 Novosibirsk Otdykh Club
November 7, 2012 Moscow Izvestia Hall
November 9, 2012 St. Petersburg A2 Club
November 12, 2012 Kiev Ukraine The Palace of Sport
November 13, 2012 Minsk Belarus Sport Palace
November 14, 2012 Riga Latvia Palladium
November 16, 2012 Kraków Poland Klub Kwadrat
November 18, 2012 Bratislava Slovakia Atelier Babylon
November 20, 2012 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
November 22, 2012 Paris France Zenith de Paris
November 23, 2012 Lyon Transbordeur
November 25, 2012 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
November 26, 2012 Cologne Germany E-Werk
November 27, 2012 Berlin Huxleys
North America[10]
December 6, 2012 Highland United States San Manuel Casino
December 8, 2012 Los Angeles KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas
February 19, 2013 Wellington New Zealand Michael Fowler Centre
February 20, 2013 Auckland Auckland Civic Theatre
February 23, 2013 Brisbane Australia Soundwave Music Festival
February 24, 2013 Sydney
February 25, 2013 The Metro Theatre
February 27, 2013 Melbourne Forum Theatre
March 1, 2013 Soundwave Music Festival
March 2, 2013 Adelaide
March 4, 2013 Perth
March 6, 2013 Sydney Star Event Centre
North America[10]
March 20, 2013 Montclair United States Wellmont Theatre
March 22, 2013 New York Terminal 5
March 23, 2013 Philadelphia Electric Factory
March 24, 2013 Silver Spring The Fillmore
March 26, 2013 Boston House of Blues
March 27, 2013 Montreal Canada Metropolis
March 28, 2013 Toronto Sound Academy
March 30, 2013 Detroit United States Majestic Theatre
March 31, 2013 Cleveland House of Blues
April 2, 2013 Columbus Pavilion
April 3, 2013 Chicago Riviera Theatre
April 5, 2013 Minneapolis Mill City Nights
April 6, 2013 Milwaukee Eagle's Ballroom
April 7, 2013 Madison Orpheum Theatre
April 9, 2013 St. Louis The Pageant
April 10, 2013 North Kansas City Harrah's
April 12, 2013 Las Vegas Pearl Concert Theater
April 16, 2013 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey
April 18, 2013 Mexico City Arena Ciudad de Mexico
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
April 20, 2012 Houston United States House of Blues Rescheduled for October 9, 2012[11]
April 21, 2012 Austin United States La Zona Rosa Rescheduled for October 10, 2012[11]
April 24, 2012 Aspen United States Belly Up Postponed[6]
April 25, 2012 Denver United States Ogden Theater Rescheduled for October 6, 2012[11]
April 27, 2012 Salt Lake City United States In The Venue Rescheduled for October 5, 2012[11]
October 2, 2012 Los Angeles United States Wiltern Theatre Moved to the Hollywood Palladium[12]
October 24, 2012 Asuncion Paraguay Yacht Y Golf Club Moved to the Conmebol Convention Center[13]
November 27, 2012 Berlin Germany Astra Moved to the Huxleys[13]

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
El Rey Theatre Los Angeles 1,542 / 1,542 (100%) $45,489[14]
9:30 Club Washington 1,200 / 1,200 (100%) $42,000[15]
House of Blues Atlantic City 2,381 / 2,550 (93%) $73,060[16]
Summer Round Up Santa Barbara 3,851 / 4,976 (77%) $149,576[17]
Metro Chicago Chicago 1,150 / 1,150 (100%) $42,550[18]
La Zona Rosa Austin 1,200 / 1,200 (100%) $36,040[19]
Conmebol Convention Center Asuncion 1,356 / 2,500 (54%) $50,725[20]
E-Werk Cologne 1,873 / 2,000 (94%) $72,935[21]
Huxley's Berlin 1,600 / 1,600 (100%) $62,221[21]
TOTAL 16,153 / 18,718 (86%) $574,596

Promotional performances[edit]

Date Show Set
April 2012 Yahoo! Live "Blood for Poppies", "Stupid Girl", "Battle In Me"
May 14, 2012 TV Total "Blood for Poppies"
May 15, 2012 Album de la Semaine "Automatic Systematic Habit", "Blood for Poppies", "Man On a Wire", "Battle In Me",
"Queer", "Stupid Girl", "The Trick Is to Keep Breathing", "Special",
"Only Happy When It Rains", "Push It", "Vow"
May 18, 2012 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon "Blood for Poppies", "Automatic Systematic Habit"
May 21, 2012 Radio 104.5[22] "Blood For Poppies", "Only Happy When It Rains", "I Think I'm Paranoid", "Vow" (Acoustic session)[23]
May 31, 2012 98-7FM Penthouse "Blood For Poppies", "Only Happy When It Rains", "I Think I'm Paranoid", "Vow" (Acoustic session)
October 3, 2012 Jimmy Kimmel Live! "Control", "Blood For Poppies"
November 5, 2012 Evening Urgant "I Think I'm Paranoid","Man On A Wire" - (not included in the ether)
December 7, 2012 The Tonight Show "I Hate Love"[24]
March 19, 2013 The Late Show "Battle In Me"


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