The tour is named ‘Twins Of Evil: The Second Coming’. It refers to the pair’s 2012 joint tour, which was dubbed ‘Twins Of Evil’.
The run of dates will take place in July and August, kicking off in Detroit on July 11 and wrapping up in Irvine, California on August 29. The duo will perform 30 shows along the way.
The 2012 tour saw Manson and Zombie fall out, with the former accusing his tourmate of going over his set time at one show in Michigan. Two years later, he described the spat as “so stupid” and said he would “probably” consider touring with Manson again in the future.
Tickets for the tour go on resale on March 19, with general sale beginning on March 24. The ‘Twins Of Evil’ tour will visit:
Detroit, MI, DTE Energy Music Center (July 11)
St. Louis, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheater (14)
Chicago, IL, Hollywood Casino Amphitheater (15)
Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Blossom Music Center (17)
Noblesville, IN, Ruoff Home Mortgage Center (18)
Virginia Beach, VA, Veteran’s United (20)
Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live (21)
Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Pavilion (24)
Pittsburgh, PA, Keybank Pavilion (25)
Toronto, ON, Budweiser Stage (26)
Bangor, ME, Waterfront Darling’s Pavilion (29)
Wantagh, NY, Jones Beach (August 7)
Mansfield, MA, Xfinity Center (8)
Camden, NJ, BB&T Pavilion (9)
Hartford, CT, The Xfinity Theatre (11)
Darien Lake, NY, Darien Lake Amphitheater (12)
Atlanta, GA, Cellairis Amp at Lakewood (14)
Dallas, TX, Starplex Pavilion (16)
Austin, TX, Austin 360 (17)
Woodlands, TX, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion (18)
Denver, CO, Pepsi Center (20)
Salt Lake City, UT, USANA Amphitheater (22)
Chula Vista, CA, Mattress Firm Amphitheater (24)
Las Vegas, NV, MGM Grand Garden Arena (25)
Phoenix, AZ, AK Chin Pavilion (26)
Concord, CA, Concord Pavilion (28)
Irvine, CA, Fivepoint Amphitheater (29)
Manson’s recent New York show ended abruptly after the star seemed to suffer an onstage meltdown. Fans at the gig in February reported that the shock-rocker delivered several incoherent rants while his band improvised before dropping his microphone after only a handful of songs.
Fans then started chanting “Fuck you Manson” after he left the stage. Later, one described it as: “the strangest, saddest and worst concert I’ve ever been to, and I’ve been to a lot.”