Jane’s Addiction has canceled its planned late-December/early-January U.S. tour dates, some of which were to feature Marilyn Manson in the opening slot.
“Due to exhaustion brought on by a rigorous touring schedule, Jane’s Addiction has decided to call off our holiday run of the East and all head south to the equator, where we hope to find rest and a new perspective for 2004,” frontman Perry Farrell said on the band’s official Web site.
Officially canceled are shows Dec. 27 in Auburn Hills, Mich.; Dec. 28 in Fairfax, Va.; Dec. 31 in New York; Jan. 2 in Lowell, Mass.; and Jan. 3 in Camden, N.J.
It was unknown if the band is pulling out of its headlining slot Friday night at the KDGE Dallas holiday concert in Grand Prairie, Texas, or a concert Sunday in Houston.