Concerts

Nine Inch Nails

It's increasingly difficult to know what to expect from Trent Reznor and crew, but recent reviews suggest that concertgoers are in for one of the most visually stunning stage shows any band has ever produced. NIN gigs of late have featured roughly two hours of music spanning the past two decades, including tracks from the band's five discs released last year alone. Adding to this evening, the tour's kickoff, is the return of the legendary Jane's Addiction and an opening set by Street Sweeper Social Club, a new project of Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello and the Coup's Boots Riley. Fans are sure to be in for a night they won't soon forget.

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