Nine Inch Nails to sell most tour tickets offline only

Posted May 13, 2018

Nine Inch Nails has announced that they will perform at Comerica Theatre on Thursday, September 13, and Friday, September 14, which will be the first shows of their "Cold and Black and Infinite Tour".

However, the big news of the tour is that Trent Reznor and company have decided not to do ANY digital sales, and only provide physical tickets, with a maximum of four being sold per person at a physical box office. "All seats (including the best seats) will be available first come, first serve".

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Lucy Noble, Artistic Director at the Royal Albert Hall, said in a statement: "We're delighted to announce the Hall debut of one of the most innovative, influential and important rock acts of recent decades, the incomparable Nine Inch Nails".

A number of other cities across the US will be visited by NIN during the tour, including L.A., New York City, Chicago, Detroit, and New Orleans.

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The concert series will also feature guest performances by The Jesus and Mary Chain. You can buy them at the Saenger box office starting May 19. Nine Inch Nails will also be traveling to other cities such as Atlanta, New York, Boston, Detroit, Chicago and New Orleans among others. Everything about the process sucks and everyone loses except for the reseller.

You can pre-order Bad Witch, along with bundled merchandise, at Nine Inch Nail's web store. "We've chose to try and do something different that will also likely suck, but in a different way".

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