Marilyn Manson Announces US Tour Dates

Marilyn Manson releases his eighth full-length studio LP, Born Villain, on 1 May in the United States. Manson will promote the album by playing shows mainly in the East and Midwest, but also three dates in Texas. In addition, a blood-soaked, Titus Andronicus-indebted video has been produced for the initial single, “No Reflection".


04.27 Providence, RI - Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel

04.28 Hampton Beach, NH - Casino Ballroom

04.29 Huntington, NY - The Paramount

05.01 Silver Spring, MD - The Fillmore

05.02 Montclair, NJ - Wellmont Theatre

05.04 Atlantic City, NJ - House of Blues

05.05 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE

05.06 Grand Rapids, MI - Orbit Room

05.08 West Des Moines, IA - Val Air Ballroom

05.09 Sioux Falls, SD - W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds

05.11 Dallas, TX - Palladium Ballroom

05.12 San Antonio, TX - Sunken Garden Amphitheatre

05.13 Houston, TX - House of Blues

05.15 Oklahoma City, OK - Diamond Ballroom

05.16 Kansas City, MO - Uptown Theater

05.18 St. Paul, MN - Myth

05.19 Milwaukee, WI - The Rave Eagles Club

05.20 Columbus, OH - Crew Stadium

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