- The Black Parade World Tour
Infobox concert tour
concert_tour_name = The Black Parade World Tour
artist = My Chemical Romance
album = "
The Black Parade"
start_date = February 22, 2007
end_date = May 9, 2008
number_of_legs = 6
number_of_shows = 73 in North America
38 in Europe
8 in Asia
6 in Oceania
7 in South America
132 in total
last_tour = Revenge Headlining Tour
this_tour = The Black Parade World Tour
next_tour = -"'The Black Parade World Tour was a
concert tourto support My Chemical Romance's third album " The Black Parade". The tour featured 132 performances world wide, as well as several festival and condensed shows. The tour is the longest and most internationally comprehensive headlining tour that the band has played to date, featuring three legs in North America, one leg in Europe and one in Asia, Australia and South America. During the tour, the band's drummer Bob Bryarsuffered several different medical issues and towards the tour's end, took a hiatus to allow himself to heal and returned for the final few shows of the tour, while bass player Mikey Wayalso took a hiatus to marry his fiance and spend time with her before going onto the road. A concert was filmed at the performance in Mexico Cityfrom the tour, which was released as a part of the CD/DVD set " The Black Parade Is Dead!". The CD features the audio from the concert, and the DVD contains both the Mexico concert and another in New Jersey later in the same month.
Rise Againstwas the support act on the first leg of the tour in the United States, which began February 22, 2007 in Manchester, New Hampshire, and ended on March 16 in Reno, Nevada. The band then took the show to Europe with bands Thursday and Funeral for a Friend. The band then returned to North America for more shows in the US with Muse and The Bled. The band performed the full show on two more occasions in May and June 2007. The band then embarked on the 2007 Projekt Revolutiontour, with a new set and production. However, beginning in October 2007, the band resumed the production of The Black Parade tour for dates in Mexico, Europe, and Australia. Pop Shuvitwas the opening act for the concert in Kuala Lumpuras well as two other shows in the Asian leg of the tour. James Dewees, of Reggie and the Full Effectwas the keyboardist for the tour and appears in costume like the other five members, which led some to believe he became a permanent member of the band, although he did not appear in the My Chemical Romance portion of the show, only The Black Parade set.
To signal that the band was nearing the end of touring for the album, "The Black Parade", the concert in Mexico City was filmed of a live DVD entitled "
The Black Parade Is Dead!", which was released July 1, 2008.
Throughout the tour, three members of the band missed certain concerts as a result of various reasons. From April 18, 2007 until August 31, 2007,
Matt Cortezfilled in for Mikey Wayon bass. Way left the tour after he married his fiancée, Alicia. For the concerts in Mexico onwards, Mikey rejoined the band. Following the November 11 show in Newcastle, it was announced that Frank Ierohad left the tour to return home after learning about a family member's illness. For the remainder of the UK and international dates, Matt Cortezfilled in for Iero. Bob Bryar also had to retire from the tour prior to the start of the UK dates, after persistent wrist pains became worse and he was unable to play the shows. Bob did however travel with the band for the remainder of the tour, assisting with the pyrotechnics. He was replaced by "a friend of ours named Pete who plays in another band, who has asked us kindly not to say the name", according to Gerard Way. Bryar then returned to the tour from the group's performance in Vietnam on January 20, 2008.
The band's stage show includes a range of theatrical elements. As the concert begins, the lights are darkened, and a large curtain secludes the stage from view. Then, lead singer
Gerard Wayis wheeled out in front of the curtain on a hospital gurney, complete with faux IV, and sings the opening track of " The Black Parade", "The End." When the loud, blasting chorus chimes in, the singer's hospital gown is ripped off, revealing his black marching band uniform. Then the curtain is opened to reveal the remainder of the band, also in full costume. These costumes are different from the original ones designed by Colleen Atwoodfor the band, as they are all streamlined and look the same, whereas the previous outfits were higher quality and unique to each member of the band. The rest of the show includes fog, confetti cannons, stage mounted spotlights, "boom cannons" and the band's first use of pyrotechnicsin a show. After finishing the entire album in order, the band returns for an encore of older material. The stage setup for the encore is the band's old Revenge logo.
The stage during the Black Parade mimics album artwork. The stage is set up exactly like an image from the artwork featuring the band and all the characters, with curtains with a starry design on the left and right, a large city skyline backdrop (from the "
Welcome to the Black Parade" music video), and a large house structure. Bob Bryar's drums are set up on a large rotating platform, which features two kits in different setups and different designs on the bass drum. On the left side of the stage is a small platform which houses a spotlight Gerard uses between the second and third choruses of Teenagers. On the opposite side is James Dewees's keyboards. Huge black curtains are opened at the beginning of the show and remain drawn back during the performances. Finally, a clock hangs at the roof of the stage, although it is only for decoration and is not used during the show.
The band's performance is divided into two parts. First, they perform "
The Black Parade" album from start to finish as the Black Parade; in the costumes worn in the music videos from the album. Following this, the band takes an intermission break to change into regular clothing, while the recording of their song "Blood" is played. The band then returns and plays songs from their previous albums as My Chemical Romance.
:"The Black Parade":
- "The End."
# "This is How I Disappear"
# "The Sharpest Lives"
Welcome to the Black Parade"
I Don't Love You"
# "House of Wolves"
# "Famous Last Words"
# "Blood" (recording)
I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"
# "It's Not a Fashion Statement, It's a Deathwish"
# "Cemetery Drive"
The Ghost of You"
# "Give 'Em Hell, Kid"
Thank You for the Venom"
# "You Know What They Do to Guys Like Us In Prison"
The encore set for the later legs of the tour was shortened. The B-side, originally intended for "The Black Parade" album, "Heaven Help Us", was also performed at a few select shows.
* [http://www.mychemicalromance.com/tour/ My Chemical Romance tour dates]
* [http://www.myspace.com/mychemicalromance/ My Chemical Romance] at
* [http://www.drinkingsouls.co.uk/ My Chemical Romance Fansite]
- "The End."
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.
Look at other dictionaries:
The Black Parade World Tour — La banda durante un concierto de la gira Gira de My Chemical Romance Álbum(es) The Black Parade … Wikipedia Español
The Black Parade — Álbum de My Chemical Romance Publicación 23 de octubre 2006 Grabación Abril – agosto de 2006 en El Dorado Recording Studios, Burbank, California, EE. UU. Género(s) Emo … Wikipedia Español
The Black Parade Is Dead! — Live album by My Chemical Romance Released June 30, 2008 (See … Wikipedia
The Black Parade — The Black Parade … Википедия
The Black Parade Is Dead! — The Black Parade Is Dead! … Википедия
The Black Parade: The B-Sides — EP My Chemical Romance Дата выпуска 3 февраля 2009 Записан 2006 Жанр Альтернативный рок Длительность 20:43 Стран … Википедия
The Black Parade — Album par My Chemical Romance Sortie 24 octobre 2006 Enregistrement 2005 2006 Durée 51 min 51 s Genre … Wikipédia en Français
The Black Parade Is Dead! — Live par My Chemical Romance Albums de My Chemical Romance … Wikipédia en Français
The Black Parade (desambiguación) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Las siglas The Black Parade hacen referencia a los siguientes términos: The Black Parade: álbum de la banda estadounidense My Chemical Romance, editado en el año 2006. Welcome To The Black Parade: canción y primer… … Wikipedia Español
The Black Parade — This article is about the album. For the song, see Welcome to the Black Parade. The Black Parade Studio album by … Wikipedia