by Adam Gold
This begs (at least) three questions: Is Marilyn Manson still relevant in The Rock’n’ Roll Danger Department? If so, will church groups congregate in War Memorial Plaza to protest the Mechanical Animals singer’s appearance and pray for the souls of concertgoers, even if said concertgoers are mostly 30-somethings with lives and careers? And if so, will said protesters (and maybe even The Spin) meet the same fate Occupy Nashville campers and Scene staff did in the plaza?
Tickets start at $40 and go on sale this Friday, May 3, at 10 a.m. right here.
In related news: Picture Me Broken is the real name of a real band that actually exists, and will open the show. Did the band perhaps find its name here?
What to expect?: