Since its debut in the late 1980s, Nine Inch Nails has earned its place as one of the world’s leading industrial rock bands. Led by frontman and only principal member Trent Reznor, the band’s lineup has changed over the years depending on Reznor’s creative vision both in the studio and on stage.
Nine Inch Nails has also earned itself the reputation as a must-see live act for its impressive and ever-evolving production level, making its concerts a hot repeat ticket. The band’s 2008 Lights in the Sky tour legs featured an interactive light show that earned the band acclaim from fans and critics alike.
Reznor has also become known not only for his musical talent and the production value of his shows, but also for being an outspokent opponent of ticket scalping. Nine Inch Nails often retains a percentage of the best tickets for each show, sells them in limited quantities to fan club members, and prints the buyer’s name on each ticket.
In 2009, Reznor announced that Nine Inch Nails would go on an indefinite hiatus after completing a farewell tour of sorts with the recently reunited Jane’s Addiction.
Initially postponed from its May scheduled date to November, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 2020 induction ceremony will be run for TV audiences rather than an in-person event, organizers announced Wednesday. The special honoring the Class of 2020 will be aired November 7 on HBO, and available... Read more
Trent Reznor’s Nine Inch Nails leads the day’s listings of new tickets hitting the market for their Cold and Black and Infinte North American tour. The outing is set to get underway September 13 in Phoenix and later travel to cities like Atlanta, New York, Nashville, Chicago and Los... Read more
Industrial band Nine Inch Nails are back after four years with a new record on the horizon and a packed, 26-date North American tour this fall. However, there’s a catch – in order to get tickets, fans must purchase them in-person. In an attempt to curb scalpers, NIN will... Read more
Summary by Warren Peterson, TicketNews Both Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden will be heading to the road this summer for a North American tour. This announcement follows Soundgarden’s performance at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas this past week. When this tour begins, Nine Inch Nails will... Read more
Summary by Michael Mainelli, TicketNews: Nine Inch Nails was excited to announce the dates for their fall tour titled “Nine Inch Nails: Tension 2013” as well as the release of their new album called “Hesitation Marks.” The highly anticipated new music from Nine Inch Nails will be their first... Read more
The summer is winding down for the hiatus-prepped industrial band Nine Inch Nails and acclaimed rapper Lil Wayne. Both are among the major acts with tours winding down during the week ending September 7, as compiled by TicketNews. Industrial rock’s leading man Trent Reznor is in line for his... Read more
Tickets to for upcoming concerts from Nine Inch Nails as well as tickets for upcoming stops on the Star Wars Concert tour are on sale throughout the week ending August 1 as compiled by Ticket News. This week’s onsales begin Wednesday morning with tickets for the upcoming Monster Energy... Read more
Nine Inch Nails is inching closer to its indefinite hiatus with date and ticket sale confirmations for its three-city Wave Goodbye Tour. Ten concerts have been confirmed for the trek, which opens August 22 at Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY, and closes September 6 at Echoplex in Los... Read more
Turns out Trent Reznor isn’t ready to say goodbye to touring just yet. The Nine Inch Nails frontman announced yesterday that the band will delay its hiatus in favor of an intimate U.S. club tour that will start August 22. Exact tour dates and ticketing information have not been... Read more
Ticket sales for the Tony award-winning “Exit the King” and summer tour partners Nine Inch Nails & Jane’s Addiction close over the week ending June 14, as compiled by TicketNews. After walking away from the 2009 Tony Awards with an award for lead actor Geoffrey Rush, “Exit the King”... Read more