Originally published in Nine Inch Nails Press Release on March 28, 2000


March 28, 2000, New York, NY - Topping a week of brisk ticket sales, including a twelve minute sell-out in Chicago, nine inch nails announce additional dates on their "Fragility v2.0" U.S. tour today. First announced on March 13, the tour will kick off on April 12 at Cleveland's CSU Convocation Center. A comprehensive ten-week tour, "Fragility v2.0" will cover approximately 45 dates. Additional dates and a full itinerary will be announced shortly. On sale dates in each market will be announced this week.

Fresh from a sold-out global tour of Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, nine inch nails return for the first time in 5 years to arenas across the country. "Fragility v2.0" will be the first time U.S. fans can see the band perform music from their current CD, "THE FRAGILE."

nine inch nails live is Trent Reznor (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Robin Finck (guitar, vocals, keyboards), Danny Lohner (bass, guitar, keyboards, vocals), Charlie Clouser (keyboards, theremin, vocals), and Jerome Dillon (drums).

A Perfect Circle, fronted by Maynard James Keenan of Tool and producer/guitar player Billy Howerdel, are scheduled to open for nine inch nails.

The tour is presented by W.A.C. Entertainment / Pate.

*=new dates announced today

Date ------------- City ------------------ Venue

April 12 ---- Cleveland, OH ------- CSU Convocation Ctr.
April 14 ---- Detroit, MI --------- Palace of Auburn Hills
April 15 ---- Columbus, OH -------- Schottenstein Center
April 17 ---- Minneapolis, MN ----- Target Center
April 18 ---- Milwaukee, WI ------- U.S. Cellular Arena
April 20 ---- Indianapolis, IN ---- Conseco Fieldhouse
April 21 ---- Chicago, IL --------- UIC Pavilion
April 22 ---- Madison, WI --------- Dane County Coliseum
April 25 ---- Grand Rapids, MI ---- Van Andel Arena
April 26 ---- Chicago, IL --------- UIC Pavilion
April 28 ---- Toronto, CA --------- Maple Leaf Gardens
May 2 ------- Worcester, MA ------- Worcester's Centrum Centre
May 3 ------- Providence, RI ------ Providence Civic Center
May 4 ------- Hartford, CT -------- The Hartford Civic Center Coliseum
May 6 ------- Philadelphia, PA ---- First Union Spectrum
May 7 ------- Pittsburgh, PA ------ Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheatre
May 12 ------ Columbia, MD -------- Merriweather Post Pavilion *
May 13 ------ Raleigh, NC --------- Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek *
May 14 ------ Charlotte, NC ------- Blockbuster Pavilion *
May 17 ------ Miami, FL ----------- Miami Arena *
May 18 ------ Lakeland, FL -------- Lakeland Center *
June 6 ------ Anaheim, CA --------- Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim *

Transcribed by Keith Duemling

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