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    Thinking April/May U.S. dates including Coachella and June/July overseas.

    Hoping for club/theatre tour but I realize that's fairly unlikely.

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    Nine Inch Nails - 2018 Live Tour Discussion

    I think that the new tour philosophy (no tour for years, but reduced to periods) is related to the wishes of Atticus. Family man, and not a tour personality.


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    I think the less dates a year but less gaps between outings also is a natural solution to Trent's touring pattern problems in the past -- they would tour really, really hard with minimal breaks until he burnt out and the thought of doing it again made him sick. With a family especially it's got to make it harder for the idea of being away from home for the majority of the year to seem appealing.

    I just hope this doesn't mean we only ever get arena/festival shows for the foreseeable future, because as great as the spectacle of a giant NIN show is, I'm desperate to get a taste of the more intimate club/theatre setting.

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    I really want them to hit up Europe next year, but I somewhat doubt it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slave2thewage View Post
    I really want them to hit up Europe next year, but I somewhat doubt it.
    I'm convinced they will tour Europe next year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by somewhat_ View Post
    Thinking April/May U.S. dates including Coachella and June/July overseas.

    Hoping for club/theatre tour but I realize that's fairly unlikely.

    It generally takes more than two month to cover three continents, even if they're intending on doing reduced dates.

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    I hope the next European tour gets more Hesitation Marks tracks than last time.

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    When do you guys think a 2018 tour announcement will come? Will it come with the next EP release? Fun to speculate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somewhat_ View Post
    Thinking April/May U.S. dates including Coachella and June/July overseas.

    Hoping for club/theatre tour but I realize that's fairly unlikely.
    There seems to be a general impression amongst the Coachella boards/festival boards that NIN likely signed up to a 3 GV festival contract.

    LCD and Kendrick had the same deal.

    Coachella could be the 3rd. We know he digs the festival. That would mean NIN couldn't play in the radius for three months before or after. Not sure how that will factor into tour dates.

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    I'm begging for a complete UK tour again. Maybe a surprise show at scala again...

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    I would love to watch them again in my hometown, last time they came they did a festival date so i guess it's possible but i'm not geting my hopes up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryeatscereal View Post
    I would love to watch them again in my hometown, last time they came they did a festival date so i guess it's possible but i'm not geting my hopes up...
    Its ok, the last time NIN played my hometown was 22 years ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by SM Rollinger View Post
    Its ok, the last time NIN played my hometown was 22 years ago
    Really? wow! i guess i got nothing to complaint then...

    They have played 3 times here, but only once as a "solo show"; the other two were festival dates.
    They don't come here every tour we got: "Live: With Teeth", "Lights in the Sky" and "Twenty Thirteen" but no "Wave Goodbye", so i guess there's a 50/50 chance, but i don't think there will be a Latin America leg of the tour (i wish i'm wrong...)

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    I'm still keeping my fingers crossed for a tour with The Black Queen as opener


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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia View Post
    I'm still keeping my fingers crossed for a tour with The Black Queen as opener


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    I want either The Black Queen or IAMX to open on the next tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slave2thewage View Post
    I want either The Black Queen or IAMX to open on the next tour.

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    I wonder if NIN might do the Download festival in the UK next year in some capacity? I'd say reading is out, Glastonbury isn't on next year, can't really think of any others they might do.

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    Trent did talk in one of those longer interviews recently about how surprised he was to find out through streaming that they have a huge fanbase in Mexico, so maybe a Latin American tour is more likely because of that; it's clearly in his mind as a place that has interest.

    My goals for next year's North American dates are to see every FL date announced, the inevitable Atlanta date and any New Orleans date announced, along with hopefully managing to catch an LA show or another NY show. If it's an amphitheatre tour (ugh) and they do Red Rocks, I'll try my best to make it out for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner352 View Post
    Trent did talk in one of those longer interviews recently about how surprised he was to find out through streaming that they have a huge fanbase in Mexico, so maybe a Latin American tour is more likely because of that; it's clearly in his mind as a place that has interest.

    My goals for next year's North American dates are to see every FL date announced, the inevitable Atlanta date and any New Orleans date announced, along with hopefully managing to catch an LA show or another NY show. If it's an amphitheatre tour (ugh) and they do Red Rocks, I'll try my best to make it out for that.
    He was in Mexico on the last tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner352 View Post
    Trent did talk in one of those longer interviews recently about how surprised he was to find out through streaming that they have a huge fanbase in Mexico, so maybe a Latin American tour is more likely because of that; it's clearly in his mind as a place that has interest.
    That Lollapalooza Brazil show is great to watch because of the energy from the crowd and the band. There's a moment during Beside You In Time where he stops singing the lyrics and seems amazed at the crowd reaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nooneimportant View Post
    That Lollapalooza Brazil show is great to watch because of the energy from the crowd and the band. There's a moment during Beside You In Time where he stops singing the lyrics and seems amazed at the crowd reaction.
    If any gigs are announced for Brazil, anywhere from 50% to 100% of them will be cancelled beforehand. That's just how the band rolls.

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    I predict that Stabbing Westward will be an opener for the tour

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotoriousTIMP View Post
    I predict that Stabbing Westward will be an opener for the tour
    Would be awesome - but I highly doubt it. Trent likes to have newer, lesser known acts that are musically interesting to him. (Not musically similar).

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    Quote Originally Posted by LOVEANDZOMBIES View Post
    Would be awesome - but I highly doubt it. Trent likes to have newer, lesser known acts that are musically interesting to him. (Not musically similar).
    he was joking.

    i think.

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    you know, I saw Stabbing Westward at Cold Waves last year. They were actually REALLY good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotoriousTIMP View Post
    I predict that Stabbing Westward will be an opener for the tour
    It will probably be Manson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motionlessZombie View Post
    It will probably be Manson.
    If this is the case i hope that stays in the US, never understood his appeal

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    Quote Originally Posted by motionlessZombie View Post
    It will probably be Manson.
    Pure speculation on your part? Or do you have a reason for thinking that besides the fact that he's about to release his new album and both bands will be touring next year to support their new material? I was about to scoff at that idea, but after thinking about it for a minute, it started to make a little bit of sense. After all, TR and Manson have buried the hatchet again (at least for now) and Manson did mention in that recent interview that they'd spoken about doing something together. A tour seems much more plausible than a recorded collaboration. However, I am selfish and want a FULL NIN set, not another co-headlining tour (though I am glad I went to a show the NIN/Soundgarden tour). But that's the only way I'd see Manson these days; on a co-headlining tour. I won't pay to see him solo at this point in his (failing) career. I do wish the Manson/Smashing Pumpkins tour had come to MN, though – that would have been fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    Pure speculation on your part? Or do you have a reason for thinking that besides the fact that he's about to release his new album and both bands will be touring next year to support their new material? I was about to scoff at that idea, but after thinking about it for a minute, it started to make a little bit of sense. After all, TR and Manson have buried the hatchet again (at least for now) and Manson did mention in that recent interview that they'd spoken about doing something together. A tour seems much more plausible than a recorded collaboration. However, I am selfish and want a FULL NIN set, not another co-headlining tour (though I am glad I went to a show the NIN/Soundgarden tour). But that's the only way I'd see Manson these days; on a co-headlining tour. I won't pay to see him solo at this point in his (failing) career. I do wish the Manson/Smashing Pumpkins tour had come to MN, though – that would have been fun.
    This was my reasoning. But if it does happen, I can see Trent helping Manson get his shit together in some form beforehand so he won't stink up the joint.

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    I was sitting on a bus last night and overheard the girl sitting behind me say that NIN were approached to play Dark Mofo either this year or next, got offered $500,000, but turned it down. She barely knew who NIN were and said it kinda offhandedly, so I have no reason to not believe what she was saying. Woulda been a perfect fit!

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