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    NIN touring in 2019 (?)

    Yes, I know, the fall tour is still going on, but it's november and tour speculations for 2019 maybe could be done here, to keep the discussion transparant.
    There are already a few rumours for a tour in 2019.
    Personally I cannot imagine it will happen, because:
    - T/A have a lot of soundtracks to do that year
    - Trent (and Atticus) mentioned in the past that their touring behaviour will be different from the past.
    - NIN did already an extensive tour in 2018 (I didn't expect this mentioning the line above)
    - I think 2020 will be good year for a new one.

    On the other hand, there are rumours. I know a guy in the netherlands who's active close to booking agencies and the rumour is NIN is asking for festival opportunities in the EU for 2019.
    And the NIN project has his 30th anniversary in 2019....
    Someone also mentioned this below, but this looks like fake.



    So will there be a "NIN 2019 tour"?
    Discus...
    Last edited by witte; 11-11-2018 at 03:52 AM.

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    That image has been floating around for quite some time and it is fake.

    Trent stated in San Antonio that they are not done touring and pieced from different sources of interviews that many won't have to wait long for another cycle. To me, that means they will likely do some shows in 2019.

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    I found a rumour on a site called efestivals that they’re working to confirm Ireland dates in late June and were talking about the possibility of them headlining the ‘Other Stage’ at Glastonbury
    https://www.efestivals.co.uk/forums/...omment-5517637

    no idea if it’s true though, but it would make sense to hit some areas they haven’t played like what about Canada?

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    Festivals seem likely. I expect 2019 to be somewhere in between 2017 and 2018 in terms of amount of shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    it would make sense to hit some areas they haven’t played like what about Canada?
    Yeah guys WHAT ABOUT CANADA

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    ^^^lol

    Canada = North America. Has any “American” band ever done just a Canada tour? Like say hit the 10-15 largest markets without ever going south of the border?

    If NIN tours in 2019 I hope they stay the fuck away from festivals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazy View Post
    ^^^lol

    Canada = North America. Has any “American” band ever done just a Canada tour? Like say hit the 10-15 largest markets without ever going south of the border?

    If NIN tours in 2019 I hope they stay the fuck away from festivals.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pearl_..._American_Tour

    Yeah, I mean it's definitely a rare thing but it happens. NIN could probably do something similar and hit up the PNW, Minneapolis, etc along with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazy View Post
    ^^^lol

    Canada = North America. Has any “American” band ever done just a Canada tour? Like say hit the 10-15 largest markets without ever going south of the border?
    10-15 is being generous. We have maybe 6 at most, lol. Hence why artists rarely come here for a full blown tour. It's usually Just a Toronto show, with the odd Montreal or Vancouver show sprinkled in there sometimes. We always get the shaft.

    I'd like to see a 2nd leg of the Cold and Black... tour to hit up the secondary markets in 2019. I hope next year has NIN in it some capacity. We've been so spoiled these last few years with NIN material and live shows that I can't fathom going a whole year without something NIN releated now (and to think we used to go 5 years between releases like it was normal lol).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazy View Post
    Has any “American” band ever done just a Canada tour? Like say hit the 10-15 largest markets without ever going south of the border?
    The White Stripes did, about ten years ago. So did QotSA, I think...

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    For LITS NIN played the major centres, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto etc. But also did a 2nd leg with rarely played cities like Victoria and Kelowna.

    Whether we get no dates, they’re limited to just Toronto/Vancouver or we get a full Canadian leg remains to be seen but I’d be most interested to see the venues. It’s be amazing to see a show at the Jubilee Auditorium here in Calgary. It would be weird seeing NIN at a fully seated venue with no pit tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    The White Stripes did, about ten years ago. So did QotSA, I think...
    The White Stripes went so far as to play all 10 provinces and 3 territories. How often do bands play Whitehorse or Iqaluit? Never. The answer is never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter Is Coming View Post
    The White Stripes went so far as to play all 10 provinces and 3 territories. How often do bands play Whitehorse or Iqaluit? Never. The answer is never.
    This is true, but Queens of the Stone Age did alright also, they played 12 Canadian cities in a row, spring 2008... coast-to-coast from Newfoundland to Saskatchewan to British Columbia...
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    It's been 5 long years since NIN have been to MN, so it would be nice if they came here next year so I don't have to keep driving to Chicago! (not saying it wasn't worth it, though!)

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    I could really use some Florida dates. It’s been 5 since Orlando and 4 since Tampa. At this point I’ve seen them more in Chicago than in my entire state (and Vegas is about to surpass both).

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    It's been over 18 years for RI lol! No one comes to RI anymore. Thankfully, they usually come to Boston or one of the casinos in CT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter Is Coming View Post
    For LITS NIN played the major centres, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto etc. But also did a 2nd leg with rarely played cities like Victoria and Kelowna.

    Whether we get no dates, they’re limited to just Toronto/Vancouver or we get a full Canadian leg remains to be seen but I’d be most interested to see the venues. It’s be amazing to see a show at the Jubilee Auditorium here in Calgary. It would be weird seeing NIN at a fully seated venue with no pit tho.
    Hello fellow Calgarian! I'm going to both shows in Vegas, just in case. I would hope this tour continues in 2019 and they add at least one Canadian date, but at the moment NIN seem to be in a "come down here to see us" kind of a mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaps30 View Post
    It's been over 18 years for RI lol! No one comes to RI anymore. Thankfully, they usually come to Boston or one of the casinos in CT.
    They haven't been to Buffalo since Fragility, that's why I usually rely on the Toronto and OH/PA shows.
    This year was the year of "fuck it I'm going to travel long distances because he isn't coming nearby". I'm hoping in the next 2-3 years we get a Toronto and "hometown" OH/PA show, but honestly, this tour was WORTH traveling for, so if that's what it takes, I can just do more road trips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner View Post
    At this point I’ve seen them more in Chicago than in my entire state (and Vegas is about to surpass both).
    Same. I've seen them in Philly, Boston, twice in NYC, and twice at Red Rocks. only four times in Texas, but that's going to change in a couple weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    I found a rumour on a site called efestivals that they’re working to confirm Ireland dates in late June and were talking about the possibility of them headlining the ‘Other Stage’ at Glastonbury
    https://www.efestivals.co.uk/forums/...omment-5517637

    no idea if it’s true though, but it would make sense to hit some areas they haven’t played like what about Canada?
    I hope they aren't doing Glasto! It sells out LOOOOOONG before anyone even know what bands are playing and don't do single day tickets, so chances of most of us NIN UK fans actually seeing them would be slim!

    But i do think they'll do this smaller tour cycle. Festivals can pay for tours so make sense to do them around Europe with the odd smaller show here and there and then a small club tour of sorts back in the US so they don't burn out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    I found a rumour on a site called efestivals that they’re working to confirm Ireland dates in late June and were talking about the possibility of them headlining the ‘Other Stage’ at Glastonbury
    https://www.efestivals.co.uk/forums/...omment-5517637
    Kylie is slated to headline the Legends stage. I would literally shit myself.

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    https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-46162996

    Glastonbury's organizer has said that the 2019 headliner is a "great British artist" who "hasn't had a stage like this before".

    Well Atticus is a fucking great British artist if you ask me, sooooooooooooo..............

    (let's be real though, I'm sure she's talking about a full on British band or British singer.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner View Post
    I could really use some Florida dates. It’s been 5 since Orlando and 4 since Tampa. At this point I’ve seen them more in Chicago than in my entire state (and Vegas is about to surpass both).
    it's the reason I am making a trek to NOLA. Although Florida usually gets dates surrounding a large, all-out tour, when it comes to smaller venues, it's been ignored since the 90s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icklekitty View Post
    Kylie is slated to headline the Legends stage. I would literally shit myself.
    i saw Kylie in Cardiff, it was great actually and she played The First Time and Cant Get You Out of my Head which are my favourites

    I would totally go to Dublin to see NIN though if it turned out they were playing there since Glastonbury is probably not an option unless you already have tickets

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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-46162996

    Glastonbury's organizer has said that the 2019 headliner is a "great British artist" who "hasn't had a stage like this before".

    Well Atticus is a fucking great British artist if you ask me, sooooooooooooo..............

    (let's be real though, I'm sure she's talking about a full on British band or British singer.)
    That will be the main stage headliner... I wonder if it's The Cure actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icklekitty View Post
    That will be the main stage headliner... I wonder if it's The Cure actually.
    They've actually headlined Glasto 3 times before though, but it's been quite a while. I have to wonder if it's Kate Bush even, but that's probably not in the realm of possibility.

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    So Weird Al just dropped his new tour dates and look at all the Florida and Canada love..5 shows for each!

    But this is three months of pretty hard touring so while I don't see NIN doing similar, it's doesn't hurt to dream At least 3 for each..okay 2? 2 maybe?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by halo eighteen View Post
    They've actually headlined Glasto 3 times before though, but it's been quite a while. I have to wonder if it's Kate Bush even, but that's probably not in the realm of possibility.
    It's referring to Stormzy. Apparently it's Stormzy, The Cure and Paul Macartney. Kylie in the legends slot, and both Gallagher brothers playing (so possibly subbing, or headlining the other stage).

    NIN would headline other, definitely nowhere near headlining the main stage. They'd so at least a London show too though you'd think, if they played.

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    We’ll probably get a leg 2 announcement around Christmas or Jan if anything. Personally i want 2 hour sets back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cecil View Post
    It's referring to Stormzy. Apparently it's Stormzy, The Cure and Paul Macartney. Kylie in the legends slot, and both Gallagher brothers playing (so possibly subbing, or headlining the other stage).

    NIN would headline other, definitely nowhere near headlining the main stage. They'd so at least a London show too though you'd think, if they played.
    NIN subbing The Cure would be legendary. Even though I couldn’t go to Glastonbury I would love this because so much of Glastonbury is televised so I’d get to watch it on TV

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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-46162996

    Glastonbury's organizer has said that the 2019 headliner is a "great British artist" who "hasn't had a stage like this before".

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