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    Then there was that LA venue with like 400 capacity- fuck that, luck of the draw I suppose. Feel bad for the people that were trying only for that one show and wasted time with a crashed server.


    Yeah the Echoplex. There were a bunch of people who got lucky though by trolling around the venue for tickets. I did that for the Fonda show and got lucky from someone who posted on nin.com they had an extra ticket.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazy View Post
    I remember getting yelled at on here for putting the WG shows in with the NINJA cycle, so.... Yeah- depends who you talk to and what they consider. :/
    As I look to my right, I see a poster that says "Wave Goodbye 2009" and it says New York, Chicago, Toronto, Los Angeles.

    The NIN/JA tour was marketed as NIN/JA, and interviews at the time reflected that NIN would be done touring for a while (although this was widely misinterpreted to mean "NIN would be done touring forever"). That contributed to so many stops being pulled out on the tour, set-wise. But closing a chapter by co-headlining and sometimes playing daylight shows seemed to strike Trent as ending on the wrong foot, hence the quick trip 'round the clubs. WHICH WAS AWESOME. WHICH I STILL WANT FULL HD VIDEOS FROM GODDAMNIT.

    I would almost expect a spat of similar club performances to follow this one except that core members (Trent, Rob, Alessandro, etc) have been touring for a very. long. time. Sure, there was some "recording an album" in between, and "writing a film score" during, and then the change in management in the middle of it all. I'm guessing everyone involved is probably really anxious for a vacation at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathant View Post
    As I look to my right, I see a poster that says "Wave Goodbye 2009" and it says New York, Chicago, Toronto, Los Angeles.
    Is this to say that NIN/JA was not considered Wave Goodbye? Most of the merch sold at NIN/JA was Wave Goodbye related. To me they've always been synonymous.

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    Yeeeeeah so I only went to one NIN/JA show, and I totally didn't grab the post @TheRealNs1 got. Haha.

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    Can't believe it's been 5 years since that "tour cycle". Let's call it that for arguments sake. Equivalent of TDS tour to Fragilty 1.0/2.0 or whatever NIN decided to name it on a certain continent.

    No wonder we can't remember shit without posters next to us or using google.

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    the way i recall was the nin/ja tour was "part of" the wave goodbye tour, the "last show ever" was supposed to be Bonnaroo (that's the only reason i went to bonnaroo that year was to see the "last show") but then right after trent had posted or tweeted something along the lines of "not wanting to go out that way" and then the club shows were booked...i don't remember if the club shows were marketed as wave goodbye or not, i thought they were just a last blast but not really considered part of the wave goodbye tour.

    EDIT: i stand corrected, nin/ja and WG were the same tour, Jane's performed all dates on the WG tour except Chicago and Manchester (Bonnaroo)
    Last edited by Yogibear303; 08-26-2014 at 10:04 PM. Reason: correction of my terrible memory

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    I think the concept for NIN|JA was a way for TR to "Wave Goodbye" in a cool fashion, but in the middle of it he realized that it wouldn't be the ideal "ending" for NIN live. So, he decided to tack on some extra shows and go out with a bang. I always thought they were "separate" tours since the tickets were different:



    Didn't he make a post on NIN.com explaining the whole WG touring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathant View Post
    I would almost expect a spat of similar club performances to follow this one except that core members (Trent, Rob, Alessandro, etc) have been touring for a very. long. time. Sure, there was some "recording an album" in between, and "writing a film score" during, and then the change in management in the middle of it all. I'm guessing everyone involved is probably really anxious for a vacation at this point.
    I'm down for some club shows!

    PS - They did those final Wave Goodbye shows because Trent felt that Bonnaroo wasn't the way NIN should have their "last show" in the states and that clubs felt better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninlive View Post
    PS - They did those final Wave Goodbye shows because Trent felt that Bonnaroo wasn't the way NIN should have their "last show" in the states and that clubs felt better.
    'ROO was an incredible show...but i agree it wasn't "last show" worthy (if that's even a thing). i would have loved to have seen one of the club shows but...i just blew a wad hauling ass to 'roo...bummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninlive View Post
    I'm down for some club shows!

    PS - They did those final Wave Goodbye shows because Trent felt that Bonnaroo wasn't the way NIN should have their "last show" in the states and that clubs felt better.

    It was because of the whole tour
    , not Bonnaroo.

    "Upon reflection, the NIN/JA tour felt like we had to rush through sets due to a limited allotted set length and many shows were in daylight - it just didn't feel right to end NIN that way."

    And take note, people who always try to say "He never said these shows were the end of Nine Inch Nails touring..."
    Last edited by jessamineny; 08-27-2014 at 05:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogibear303 View Post
    tJane's performed all dates on the WG tour except Chicago and Manchester (Bonnaroo)

    Small side note: JA couldn't play Chicago because of Lollapalooza clause (I think that's why anyways).

    And Bonnaroo probably just didn't want them. LOLLLLL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessamineny View Post


    "Upon reflection, the NIN/JA tour felt like we had to rush through sets due to a limited allotted set length "
    I remember this and wonder why the NIN/SG set are shorter when now they are closing. They should have started the show at 5:30 or 6pm instead of 7pm.

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    Bonnaroo wasn't meant to be the final show at all, that would have been Singapore. I still feel bad for those who flew there thinking they'd be at the FINAL SHOW EVAH and then it got cancelled.

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    I stand corrected again...'roo was the last show "in the states"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_NIN65 View Post
    I remember this and wonder why the NIN/SG set are shorter when now they are closing. They should have started the show at 5:30 or 6pm instead of 7pm.
    egads no
    some of us couldnt even make it to the opener on this last tour (and I really wanted to see OPN) because of our jobs

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_NIN65 View Post
    I remember this and wonder why the NIN/SG set are shorter when now they are closing. They should have started the show at 5:30 or 6pm instead of 7pm.
    or picked venues with midnight curfews and play until 11:55.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessamineny View Post

    It was because of the whole tour
    , not Bonnaroo.

    "Upon reflection, the NIN/JA tour felt like we had to rush through sets due to a limited allotted set length and many shows were in daylight - it just didn't feel right to end NIN that way."

    And take note, people who always try to say "He never said these shows were the end of Nine Inch Nails touring..."
    I know nothing.

    I honestly love seeing NIN in clubs. Their raw live performances are just made for them. It's intense music for clubs. I've always wanted to see them at St. Andrews here in Detroit. Those shows would be nuts, me thinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessamineny View Post

    It was because of the whole tour
    , not Bonnaroo.

    "Upon reflection, the NIN/JA tour felt like we had to rush through sets due to a limited allotted set length and many shows were in daylight - it just didn't feel right to end NIN that way."

    And take note, people who always try to say "He never said these shows were the end of Nine Inch Nails touring..."
    He actually did say that at the end of LITS 2008, paraphrased "and then that's it...for now. that's it for now. you never know with me" (2:45 into this video)



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    Found an update from the Billboard Boxscore report from November 29th with a sellout for the NIN/SG show at Clarkston, MI:

    Artist/Event Venue Location Dates Gross Sales Attend / Capacity Shows / Sellouts Prices Promoters
    Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden, Oneohtrix Point Never DTE Energy Music Center Clarkston, MI July 26, 2014 $632,729 14,080 / 14,080 1 / 1 $99.50, $20 Live Nation/Palace Sports & Entertainment
    Nine Inch Nails & Soundgarden The Axis at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, NV July 19, 2014 $517,688 6,289 / 6,289 1 / 1 $125, $99.50, $79.50, $59.50 Caesars Entertainment/Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Cold Cave Hallenstadion Zurich, Switzerland June 4, 2014 $262,903 4,550 / 10,500 1 / 0 $77.98, $66.84 abc Production
    Nine Inch Nails Lotto Arena Antwerp, Belgium May 28, 1014 $281,579 5,445 / 7,573 1 / 0 $54.57 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails Phones 4u Arena Manchester, U.K. May 25, 2014 $386,818 6,598 / 8,542 1 / 0 $67.30, $50.47 Kilimanjaro Live/AEG Live
    Nine Inch Nails O2 Arena London, U.K. May 23, 2014 $742,227 11,785 / 13,943 1 / 0 $71.73, $54.85 Kilimanjaro Live/AEG Live
    Queens of the Stone Age & Nine Inch Nails, Brody Dalle CBS Canterbury Arena Christchurch, New Zealand March 22, 2014 $714,899 6,752 / 8,211 1 / 0 $106.76, $89.68 Frontier Touring Co.
    Queens of the Stone Age & Nine Inch Nails, Brody Dalle Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane, Australia March 17, 2014 $855,292 8,221 / 9,759 1 / 0 $112.83, $94.78 Frontier Touring Co.
    Queens of the Stone Age & Nine Inch Nails, Brody Dalle Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, Australia March 14-15, 2014 $1,807,870 17,210 / 18,512 2 / 1 $113.10, $95 Frontier Touring Co.
    Queens of the Stone Age & Nine Inch Nails, Brody Dalle Perth Arena Perth, Australia March 11, 2014 $816,934 8,172 / 9,397 1 / 0 $115.41, $97.34 Frontier Touring Co.
    Queens of the Stone Age & Nine Inch Nails, Brody Dalle Newcastle Entertainment Centre Newcastle, Australia March 8, 2014 $568,013 5,430 / 7,445 1 / 0 $113.66, $95.47 Frontier Touring Co./Triple M
    Queens of the Stone Age & Nine Inch Nails, Brody Dalle Qantas Credit Union Arena Sydney, Australia March 6-7, 2014 $1,508,610 14,643 / 17,110 2 / 0 $112.10, $94.16 Frontier Touring Co.
    Nine Inch Nails The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas, NV Nov. 15-16, 2013 $697,005 8,726 / 8,726 2 / 2 $200, $150, $75 AEG Live
    Nine Inch Nails, Explosions In The Sky Staples Center Los Angeles, CA Nov. 8, 2013 $1,045,194 13,368 / 13,368 1 / 1 $99, $75.50, $49.50 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Gary Numan Amway Center Orlando, FL Oct. 31, 2013 $488,394 6,206 / 7,450 1 / 0 $97, $35.50 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Godspeed You! Black Emperor Philips Arena Atlanta, GA Oct. 24, 2013 $424,077 6,087 / 6,087 1 / 1 $99, $39.50 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Godspeed You! Black Emperor Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN Oct. 22, 2013 $348,634 4,792 / 15,328 1 / 0 $104, $39.65 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Godspeed You! Black Emperor Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY Oct. 14, 2013 $985,379 11,854 / 11,854 1 / 1 $99, $80, $54 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Godspeed You! Black Emperor Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, CT Oct. 12, 2013 $263,435 4,315 / 7,414 1 / 0 $65, $45 in-house
    Nine Inch Nails, Godspeed You! Black Emperor Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario Oct. 4, 2013 $991,887 13,116 / 13,116 1 / 1 $93.19, $73.10, $47.93 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Health The Music Box at Fonda Los Angeles, CA Sept. 8, 2009 $65,884 1,267 / 1,267 1 / 1 $52 Goldenvoice/AEG Live
    Nine Inch Nails, Mew Aragon Ballroom Chicago, IL Aug. 28-29, 2009 $536,030 9,746 / 9,746 2 / 2 $55 Jam Productions
    Nine Inch Nails, Jane’s Addiction, Mew La Riviera Madrid, Spain July 30, 2009 $149,691 2,650 / 2,650 1 / 1 $56.49 Live Nation International
    Nine Inch Nails, Mew Heineken Music Hall Amsterdam, Netherlands July 8, 2009 $294,225 5,075 / 5,500 1 / 0 $61.45 Live Nation International
    Nine Inch Nails O2 Arena Prague, Czech Republic June 24, 2009 $136,140 3,584 / 10,000 1 / 0 $48.16, $17.66 Live Nation International
    Nine Inch Nails, Jane’s Addiction, Street Sweeper Social Club Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Charlotte, NC June 12, 2009 $318,865 13,145 / 18,807 1 / 0 $99, $4 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Jane’s Addiction, Street Sweeper Social Club Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia, MD June 9, 2009 $486,030 8,959 / 10,000 1 / 0 $75, $55, $40 I.M.P.
    Nine Inch Nails, Jane’s Addiction, Street Sweeper Social Club Molson Amphitheatre Toronto, Ontario June 2, 2009 $740,351 16,221 / 16,221 1 / 0 $91.11, $27.15 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Jane’s Addiction, Street Sweeper Social Club DTE Energy Music Center Clarkston, MI May 31, 2009 $418,743 14,759 / 14,759 1 / 0 $99, $65, $45, $18.75 Live Nation/Palace Sports & Entertainment
    Nine Inch Nails, Jane’s Addiction, Street Sweeper Social Club Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara, CA May 21, 2009 $349,855 4,972 / 4,972 1 / 0 $83, $55 Nederlander Concerts
    Nine Inch Nails, Jane’s Addiction, Street Sweeper Social Club Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre Chula Vista, CA May 16, 2009 $453,635 11,413 / 19,689 1 / 0 $93.50, $7.66 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction, Street Sweeper Social Club Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX May 12, 2009 $417,590 9,799 / 9,900 1 / 0 $48.50, $39.50 Stone City Attractions
    Nine Inch Nails, The Bug Adams Center Missoula, MT Dec. 9, 2008 $107,203 2,926 / 4,500 1 / 0 $39.50, $29.50 Knitting Factory Entertainment
    Nine Inch Nails, The Bug Idaho Center Nampa, ID Dec. 8, 2008 $110,023 3,313 / 4,500 1 / 0 $39.50, $19.50 Knitting Factory Entertainment
    Nine Inch Nails, The Bug Rose Garden Portland, OR Dec. 7, 2008 $210,844 5,119 / 6,677 1 / 0 $49.50, $42, $39, $30 Monqui Presents
    Nine Inch Nails, Boris Target Center Minneapolis, MN Nov. 25, 2008 $312,650 6,905 / 7,797 1 / 0 $45.50, $37.50 Jam Productions
    Nine Inch Nails, Boris Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Fort Wayne, IN Nov. 18, 2008 $109,763 2,927 / 4,500 1 / 0 $37.50 Jam Productions
    Nine Inch Nails Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, MI Nov. 15, 2008 $159,305 4,404 / 5,312 1 / 0 $45, $35 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec Nov. 12, 2008 $323,511 7,076 / 8,040 1 / 0 $45.97, $33.43 Gillett Entertainment Group
    Nine Inch Nails, Health House of Blues Atlantic City, NJ Nov. 6, 2008 $174,598 2,384 / 2,384 1 / 1 $103, $68 House of Blues/C3 Presents
    Nine Inch Nails, Health Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville, FL Oct. 29, 2008 $115,127 2,585 / 7,663 1 / 0 $46, $37 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails UCF Arena Orlando, FL Oct. 28, 2008 $212,445 4,835 / 7,640 1 / 0 $45, $20 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails Poliedro Caracas, Venezuela Oct. 8, 2008 $371,811 3,592 / 6,000 1 / 0 $139.99, $49 Evenpro/Water Brother
    Nine Inch Nails, Deerhunter Oracle Arena Oakland, CA Sept. 5, 2008 $389,813 7,617 / 13,595 1 / 0 $58, $39.50 Another Planet Entertainment
    Nine Inch Nails Wachovia Center Philadelphia, PA Aug. 29, 2008 $396,636 8,301 / 9,391 1 / 0 $54, $44.50, $30 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, OH Aug. 22, 2008 $309,531 6,812 / 8,874 1 / 0 $56.50, $20 Live Nation/in-house
    Nine Inch Nails, Deerhunter Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario Aug. 5, 2008 $708,376 10,861 / 10,861 1 / 1 $67.51, $57.80 Live Nation
    Nine Inch Nails, Moving Units Kemper Arena Kansas City, MO February 18, 2006 $335,280 9,232 / 9,316 0 / 1 $40, $35 Live Nation, Mammoth
    Nine Inch Nails, QOTSA, DFA1979 TD Banknorth Garden Boston, MA November 8, 2005 $470,132 10,117 / 13,178 1 / 0 $49.50, $39.50 Tea Party Concerts
    Nine Inch Nails, QOTSA, Autolux Savvis Center St. Louis, MO October 14, 2005 $386,228 9,534/13,984 1 / 0 $45.50, $33.00 Clear Channel Entertainment, in-house
    Nine Inch Nails, QOTSA Toyota Center Houston, TX October 19, 2005 $420,835 10,082 / 12,434 1 / 0 $45.00, $35.00 PACE Concerts
    Nine Inch Nails, QOTSA SBC Center San Antonio, TX October 16, 2005 $423,882 10,375 / 15,123 1 / 0 $43.65, $33.65 PACE Concerts
    Nine Inch Nails, QOTSA, Autolux Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, MN October 11, 2005 $395,821 8,819 / 9,500 1 / 0 $45.75, $37.75 Jam Productions
    David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Prick Great Western Forum Inglewood, CA October 26-27, 1995 $750,157 28,182 / 28,182 2 / 2 $28.50 Avalon Attractions, Rainbow Prods., Goldenvoice
    David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails Tacoma Dome Tacoma, WA October 24, 1995 $332,196 12,079 / 16,800 1 / 0 $28.50 Perryscope Concert Prods.
    Nine Inch Nails, Jim Rose Circus, PWEI Target Center Minneapolis, MN February 4, 1995 $258,430 10,997 / 10,997 1 / 1 $23.50 Jam Prods., Company 7

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    Looks like a few sellouts on that list over the past year and some change. The numbers don't lie!

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    During my periodical research, I found some additional data for my boxscore tally. Until I can get that formatted, here's a taste of some classic 1990 sellouts:

    Nine Inch Nails, The Adults Phantasy Theatre Lakewood, OH December 28, 1990 $17,600 1,100 / 1,100 1/1 $17, $16 Belkin Prods.
    Nine Inch Nails, The Adults The Metropol Pittsburgh, PA December 27, 1990 $19,789 1,342 / 1,342 1/1 $16.50, $14.50 Belkin Prods. DiCesare-Engler Prods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealNs1 View Post
    I still don't get what those two curved things in the middle are/were meant to represent. Can anyone shed light? How does it relate to Wave Goodbye? Is there some artistic design element I'm not picking up on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    I still don't get what those two curved things in the middle are/were meant to represent. Can anyone shed light? How does it relate to Wave Goodbye? Is there some artistic design element I'm not picking up on?
    "Minimize window".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    I still don't get what those two curved things in the middle are/were meant to represent. Can anyone shed light? How does it relate to Wave Goodbye? Is there some artistic design element I'm not picking up on?
    "Exit stage left"

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    Are you both taking the piss?

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    It's art! What do you think it means?

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    never seen this live video before (Orlando in 2013)
    http://www.evergig.com/concerts/2013...ine_Inch_Nails

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    Apologies for resurrecting this thread, but I found a few CBI boxscore updates (forgive the formatting I’m on mobile):

    Boxscore Update
    Rank/Artist
    Event Venue
    City/State
    Event Dates
    Gross Sales
    Attendance/Capacity
    Shows/Sellouts
    Prices
    Promoters

    12/8/18
    13 Nine Inch Nails, The Jesus and Mary Chain
    Saenger Performing Arts Center
    New Orleans, La.
    Nov. 23-25, 2018
    $898,329
    7,350 / 7,350
    3 / 3
    $175, $99.50
    Beaver Productions

    11/24/18
    46 Nine Inch Nails, The Jesus and Mary Chain
    Radio City Music Hall
    New York
    Oct. 13-14, 2018
    $1,381,907
    11,535 / 11,535
    1 / 1
    $244, $196, $144, $93.50, $69
    Live Nation

    10/17/18
    34 Nine Inch Nails, The Jesus and Mary Chain
    The Anthem Washington, D.C.
    Oct. 9-10, 2018
    $1,147,225
    11,290 / 12,000
    2 / 1
    $175, $95
    IMP

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