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Demons Dance Alone was a live tour by The Residents, which took place across three legs (the first in the United States and the latter two across Europe) beginning October 25th 2002 and ending September 28th 2003.

The tour supported the release of the group's 2002 album of the same name and further developed the concept of the album by portraying its songs on stage with the use of characters, as expressed through costumes and masks designed by Leigh Barbier.

Two shows have been released to the public to date; the November 15th New York show was released on the DVD Demons Dance Alone in 2003, and the Oslo show at the Rockefeller was released as Demonic! Demons Dance Alone Live In Oslo in 2012.

Set list

  • King Kong / Demons Dance Alone Instrumental
  • Thundering Skies
  • Betty's Body
  • Mickey Macaroni
  • Wolverines
  • Mr. Wonderful
  • Caring
  • My Brother Paul
  • The Car Thief
  • Ms. Wonderful
  • Baha (Baja)
  • From The Plains To Mexico
  • Golden Goat (Residents/Lithman)
  • The Shoe Salesman (Residents/Poole/Janssen)
  • The Beekeeper
  • Honey Bear
  • Ghost Child
  • Vampire
  • Life Would Be Wonderful
  • Neediness
  • Demons Dance Alone

Dates

First leg (Autumn 2002, USA)

  • October 25th 2002 - The Rio, Santa Cruz, California
  • October 27th 2002 - House of Blues, Anaheim, California
  • October 29th 2002 - Belly Up Tavern, Solano Beach, California
  • October 30th 2002 - House of Blues, West Hollywood, California
  • October 31st 2002 - The Warfield, San Francisco, California
  • November 1st 2002 - Crystal Ballroom, Portland, Oregon
  • November 2nd 2002 - King Cat, Seattle, Washington
  • November 3rd 2002 - King Cat, Seattle, Washington
  • November 5th 2002 - House of Blues, Chicago, Illinois
  • November 6th 2002 - Fine Line Music Cafe, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • November 7th 2002 - Barrymore Theatre, Madison, Wisconsin
  • November 8th 2002 - Majestic Theater, Detroit, Michigan
  • November 11th 2002 - Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, Georgia
  • November 12th 2002 - State Theatre, Falls Church, Virginia
  • November 13th 2002 - Warsaw Theatre, New York City, New York
  • November 14th 2002 - Warsaw Theatre, New York City, New York
  • November 15th 2002 - Warsaw Theatre, New York City, New York

Second leg (Winter 2003, Europe)

  • February 25th 2003 - Lux, Nijmegen, Netherlands
  • February 27th 2003 - Rockefeller, Oslo, Norway
  • February 28th 2003 - Klub Port, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • March 1st 2003 - Shestnadzat Tonn Club, Moscow, Russia
  • March 2nd 2003 - Teatr Roma, Warsaw, Poland
  • March 3rd 2003 - Schillertheater, Berlin, Germany
  • March 4th 2003 - Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany
  • March 5th 2003 - Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt, Germany
  • March 6th 2003 - Manufaktur, Schorndorf, Germany
  • March 8th 2003 - Le Botanique, Brussels, Belgium
  • March 9th 2003 - Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • March 10th 2003 - Royal Festival Hall, London, England
  • March 11th 2003 - Zakk, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • March 14th 2003 - Gagarin 205, Athens, Greece
  • March 15th 2003 - Gagarin 205, Athens, Greece

Third leg (September 2003, Europe)

  • September 18th 2003 - Lux, Nijmegen, Netherlands
  • September 19th 2003 - Handelsbeurs, Gent, Belgium
  • September 20th 2003 - Kulturfabrik, Krefeld, Germany
  • September 21st 2003 - Tivoli, Utrecht, Netherlands
  • September 23rd 2003 - Estació de França, Barcelona, Spain
  • September 24th 2003 - BOA, Luzern, Switzerland
  • September 25th 2003 - Szene, Vienna, Austria
  • September 26th 2003 - Palac Akropolis, Prague, Czech Republic
  • September 27th 2003 - Kolarac, Belgrad, Serbia
  • September 28th 2003 - Mylos Club, Thessaloniki, Greece

Performers

See also

External links and references

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