Rob Zombie And Marilyn Manson Announce 2019 North American Tour Dates
When Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson teamed up for their Twins Of Evil tour last year, metalheads rejoiced at the chance to see these two shock rock kings together at last. Now, the partners in pure entertainment have announced that they’ll be doing it one more time, and have announced a new set of North American co-headlining tour dates.
The new incarnation of the tour is being labeled the ‘Hell Never Dies’ tour, and will see Manson and Zombie doing a solid lap of both tried-and-true markets, with a shitload of Canadian dates and the occasional festival stop along the way.
Get your pyro fix at one of the dates below:
09 - Baltimore, MD - Royal Farms Arena
10 - Allentown, PA - PPL Center
12 - Huntington, WV - Big Sandy Superstore Arena
13 - Cincinnati, OH - Riverbend Music Center
14 - Evansville, IN - Ford Center
16 - Rockford, IL - BMO Harris Bank Center
17 - Bonner Springs, KS - Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
19 - Oshkosh, WI - Rock USA (Festival)
20 - Cadott, WI - Rock Fest (Festival)
21 - Council Bluffs, IA - WestFair Amphitheatre
23 - Sioux Falls, SD - Denny Sanford Premier Center
24 - Bismarck, ND - Bismarck Event Center
25 - Billings, MT - Rimrock Auto Arena
04 - Vancouver, BC - Rogers Arena
06 - Saskatoon, SK - SaskTel Center
07 - Winnipeg, MB - Bell MTS Place
09 - Fargo, ND - Fargodome
10 - Cedar Rapids, IA - US Cellular Center
11 - Fort Wayne, IN - Allen County Coliseum
13 - Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena
14 - London, ON - Budweiser Gardens
16 - Ottawa, ON - Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre
17 - Quebec, QC - Videotron Centre
18 - Gilford, NH - Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, February 22nd, at 10am local time.
The big question of this tour, of course, is whether or not Manson and Zombie will collaborate on any cover songs this time around, like they did with their version of the Beatles’ Helter Skelter.
A number of bands have had to cancel shows and postpone tours due to the coronavirus outbreak.
“When the time is right, whenever that day comes, we will get onstage again,” says My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way.