The chance to see the talented, award-winning Trent Reznor live in concert doesn’t come around often, so make note of upcoming NIN tour dates featured below. On top of the revolutionary sound, the band is known for its accompanying must-see visual effects during live shows, so be there to experience it in person with a purchase of NIN tickets.
Nine Inch Nails tickets can be purchased through Vivid Seats for Trent Reznor's forthcoming nationwide concert tour. Reznor became a full-blown rock star in the 1990's after his debut album, Pretty Hate Machine, went platinum. Under the recording name Nine Inch Nails, Reznor has produced a collection of highly successful albums including The Downward Spiral, The Fragile, and With Teeth. Those booking NIN tickets for this year's tour will get to see Reznor and his band mates play both new and old material live in concert. Vivid Seats recommends you reserve your seats today as we anticipate all NIN tour dates to sell out in a short period of time. While you shop for Nine Inch Nails concert tickets don't forget to ask our service professionals any questions you may have in our Live Chat room. It is our objective at Vivid Seats to provide you with the best concert experience possible. We want to assist you to the best of our ability in finding Nine Inch Nails tickets that meet all your preferences and needs.
Nine Inch Nails Tour in the Works for 2013
Trent Reznor made many Nine Inch Nails fans happy Feb. 25, when he announced that a 2013 tour is indeed on the horizon. Not since 2009’s “Wave Goodbye” tour has NIN faithful been able to check out a live performance, but in the months to come, the opportunities will be plentiful. In a statement, Reznor confirmed that NIN tour dates will launch in summer 2013, and will include a full arena venture in the U.S. in the fall, with international dates expected to continue on through 2014. Reznor also revealed that the band is “reinventing itself from scratch,” and will consist of support from Eric Avery, Adrian Belew, Alessandro Cortini, Josh Eustis, and Ilan Rubin.
More details are still to come, so be sure to check back often or sign up for customized email alerts for the latest information on NIN tickets and upcoming tour dates. In the meantime, fans can get their Trent Reznor fix via How to Destroy Angels, his side project with wife, Mariqueen Maandig, and colleagues, Rob Sheridan, and Atticus Ross. The group’s debut album, Welcome oblivion, is set to be released on March 5, followed by How to Destroy Angels tour dates starting up in the spring.