Nine Inch Nails Announces Second Leg of Tour
Nine Inch Nails (NIN) has been a popular rock act for some time now, so it comes as little surprise that they have been touring North America in recent months. The industrial rock act, which was founded in 1988, has just announced the second leg of their North American tour so that fans can make sure that they don’t miss out.
Despite the fact that Nine Inch Nails is usually thought of as a ‘band’, the group actually only has one official member – founder, producer, singer, songwriter and instrumentalist, Trent Reznor. If you are a fan of the NIN’s music, however, you probably already knew that. Reznor will usually assemble a live band to perform with him when he tours after recording a new album so that his fans can enjoy the ‘live’ experience. However most of the music recorded in the studio is done by Reznor himself. The touring band usually features a revolving lineup and when Nine Inch Nails take their show on the road, they usually don’t disappoint. Shows are usually accompanied by spectacular visual elements and often end with the band destroying their instruments. But don’t get the idea that they’re a seedy, underground music act that somehow managed to make it to the mainstream – the exceptional music talent behind the name has been nominated for ten Grammy Awards and managed to win two of those. It has also sold more than twenty million albums worldwide.
Nine Inch Nails has been touring the North America from coast to coast, wowing fans with their edgy sound and electrifying stage performances. If you can’t wait to see them on stage, you’ll find that the second leg of the tour will start on October 23 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. From there NIN will be participating in the Voodoo Festival in New Orleans (Oct 25), before making its way to the UCF Arena in Orlando (Oct 28). NIN will then go on to play at Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville (Oct 29), Sommet Center in Nashville (Oct 31), Bi-Lo Center in Greenville (Nov 1), Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro (Nov 3), John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville (Nov 5), Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester (Nov 8), DCU Center in Worcester (Nov 9), Scotiabank Place in Ottawa (Nov 11), Bell Center in Montreal (Nov 12), Copps Coliseum in Hamilton (Nov 14), Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids (Nov 15), Schottenstein Center in Columbus (Nov 17), Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne (Nov 18), US Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids (Nov 20), Mizzou Arena in Columbia (Nov 21), BOK Center in Tulsa (Nov 22), Target Center in Minneapolis (Nov 25), Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs (Nov 26), Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Arena in Rapid City (Nov 28), MetraPark Arena in Billings (Nov 29), Credit Union Center in Saskatoon (Dec 1), Prospera Place in Kelowna (Dec 4), Save On Foods Memorial Center in Victoria (Dec 5), Rose Garden Arena in Portland (Dec 7), Idaho Center in Nampa (Dec 8), Adams Center in Missoula (Dec 9), Arco Arena in Sacramento (Dec 12). The final show will take place at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on December 13. Book now to make sure that you don’t miss out!