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Nine Inch Nails

COLD AND BLACK AND INFINITE NORTH AMERICA 2018.

NEW DATES ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND.

November 30th and December 1st at The Joint Las Vegas On Sale This Week.

Due to popular demand, Nine Inch Nails have extended their fall tour with the addition of two shows at The Joint in Las Vegas. Tickets for the November 30 and December 1 concerts go on sale 9/20 at 10AM PT. The Jesus and Mary Chain will provide direct support and HMLTD will open.

Nine Inch Nails came out swinging at the COLD AND BLACK AND INFINITE NORTH AMERICA 2018 tour opener in Phoenix, ripping through 1992’s Broken EP in its entirety to begin the show, before diving into deep cuts and classics from the band’s vast catalog. Performances of songs from 2018’s Bad Witch and last year’s Add Violence showcased the unrivaled live acts dynamic range. The surprises in the setlist left expectant fans, many of whom earned the best seats in the house by spending hours in massive lines at the Physical World presale events, wondering what they have to look forward to as the tour barrels through their town.

COLD AND BLACK AND INFINITE NORTH AMERICA 2018 includes sold out, multiple night stand in marquee venues, with six dates at the Palladium in Los Angeles, two nights at Red Rocks, three at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom, and two at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall. New Orleans, Detroit and more. See below for itinerary. Visit www.nin.com for ticket information. Additional opening acts along the tour route include Kite Base, Daniel Avery, Gabe Gurnsey, (Factory Floor), Death in Vegas, HMLTD and Soft Moon.

The tour comes on the heels of the release of “Bad Witch,”the final volume in a trilogy of releases that NME praised as Nine Inch Nails best release in a decade. The Atlantic noted, “Bad Witch” is enveloping and relentless: satisfyingly terse, built with an ear for energizing rhythm, and as adventuresome as anything Reznor has done. Pitchfork said, “Like his greatest albums, it works best as a whole, played loudly on headphones in a dark room.” The Hollywood Reporter hailed the recent collection of releases as Reznor’s version of David Bowie’s Berlin Trilogy.

Taylor Swift x Reputation Tour

TAYLOR SWIFT ADDS ADDITIONAL U.K. & IRELAND DATES TO HER REPUTATION STADIUM TOUR DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND

 

TICKETS ON SALE ON FRIDAY 8 DECEMBER

 

London, U.K. (1 December 2017) – Due to overwhelming demand additional shows have been added in Manchester, Dublin and London to Taylor Swift’s reputation Stadium Tour. Tickets for the first shows in these cities went on sale earlier today.

Tickets for the added dates go on-sale to the general-public Friday 8 December 2017. Subscribers of TaylorSwift.com will have access to purchase tickets in advance beginning Wednesday 6 December 2017.

 

Taylor Swift’s reputation Stadium Tour is produced and promoted by Live Nation and S.J.M. Concerts in the UK, MCD in Ireland, and the Messina Touring Group (MTG) and AEG Presents in North America. General ticketing and on-sale information is currently available at TaylorSwift.com.

 

TAYLOR SWIFT’S REPUTATION STADIUM TOUR

ADDITIONAL U.K. & IRELAND DATES

DATE                          MARKET                     BUILDING

9 June 2018                Manchester                 Etihad Stadium

16 June 2018              Dublin                          Croke Park

23 June 2018              London                        Wembley Stadium Connected by EE

TAYLOR SWIFT’S REPUTATION STADIUM TOUR FULL DATE LISTING

 

DATE

 

MARKET

BUILDING

May 8

Glendale, AZ

University of Phoenix Stadium

May 12

Santa Clara, CA

Levi’s Stadium

May 18

Los Angeles, CA

Rose Bowl

May 19

Los Angeles, CA

Rose Bowl

May 22

Seattle, WA

CenturyLink Field

May 25

Denver, CO

Sports Authority Field At Mile High

June 1

Chicago, IL

Soldier Field

June 2

Chicago, IL

Soldier Field

June 8

Manchester, UK

Etihad Stadium

June 9

Manchester, UK

Etihad Stadium *

June 15

Dublin, IE

Croke Park

June 16

Dublin, IE

Croke Park *

June 22

London, UK

Wembley Stadium

June 23

London, UK

Wembley Stadium *

June 30

Louisville, KY

Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium

July 7

Columbus, OH

Ohio Stadium

July 10

Washington, DC

FedExField

July 14

Philadelphia, PA

Lincoln Financial Field

July 17

Cleveland, OH

FirstEnergy Stadium

July 20

East Rutherford, NJ

MetLife Stadium

July 21

East Rutherford, NJ

MetLife Stadium

July 27

Foxborough, MA

Gillette Stadium

July 28

Foxborough, MA

Gillette Stadium

August 3

Toronto, ON

Rogers Centre

August 4

Toronto, ON

Rogers Centre

August 7

Pittsburgh, PA

Heinz Field

August 10

Atlanta, GA

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

August 11

Atlanta, GA

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

August 14

Tampa, FL

Raymond James Stadium

August 18

Miami, FL

Hard Rock Stadium

August 25

Nashville, TN

Nissan Stadium

August 28

Detroit, MI

Ford Field

September 1

Minneapolis, MN

U.S. Bank Stadium

September 8

Kansas City, MO

Arrowhead Stadium

September 15

Indianapolis, IN

Lucas Oil Stadium

September 18

St. Louis, MO

The Dome at America’s Center

September 22

New Orleans, LA

Mercedes-Benz Superdome

September 29

Houston, TX

NRG Stadium

October 6

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

 

 

 

*Additional shows added due to overwhelming demand