List of cancelled shows

From SPCodex, The Smashing Pumpkins wiki

This page lists Smashing Pumpkins, Zwan, Billy Corgan and related shows that were cancelled or had venue changes over the years. This list is comprehensive but not complete. This list was originally compiled by SPLRA.

The Smashing Pumpkins[edit | edit source]

1991–2000[edit | edit source]

Date Venue Location Rescheduled

date

Reason for cancellation
1991-12-27 Sports Arena Los Angeles, CA, US (none) Pumpkins were dropped from the bill after learning Nirvana were added. At the time, Corgan was dating Courtney Love.
1991-12-28 O'Brien Pavilion San Diego, CA, US (none)
1991-12-29 ASU Centre Tempe, AZ, US (none)
1991-12-31 Cow Palace Daly City, CA, US (none)
1992-04-10 Rosemont Horizon Rosemont, IL, US (none) Canceled due to Guns N' Roses (the headliners) pulling out. Axl Rose decided to leave the US in order to avoid arrest relating to a riot at one of their shows.
1992-04-13 Palace Auburn Hills, MI, US (none)
1992-04-14 Palace Auburn Hills, MI, US (none)
1993-03-13 Center Stage Atlanta, GA, US 1993-03-15 Rescheduled to 1993-03-15 due to blizzards.
1993-07-31 (unknown) Madison, WI, US (none) Canceled due to a delay in the recording of Siamese Dream. This suggests there is a longer list of cancelled dates for the same reason.
1993-11-07 Sloss Furnaces Birmingham, AL, US (none) Show moved indoors to UAB Arena due to impending bad weather.
1993-11-10 Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA, US 1993-11-10 Moved to Center Stage to make room for video cameras.
1993-11-11 Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA, US 1993-11-11
1993-11-27 Avalon Boston, MA, US (none) Canceled due to Billy Corgan suffering from bronchitis.
1993-11-28 Avalon Boston, MA, US (none)
1993-12-09 Bogart's Cincinnati, OH, US 1993-12-11 Rescheduled as a second date added at Aragon Ballroom in Chicago clashed.
1994-08-16 Florida Fairgrounds Deland, FL, US (none) Canceled due to torrential rain.
1996-02-29 MBK Pavilion Bangkok, TH 1996-02-29 Moved due to the venue burning down.
1996-03-14 Hordern Pavilion Sydney, AU 1996-05-19 Rescheduled following the death of Jimmy Chamberlin's father.
1996-03-15 Hordern Pavilion Sydney, AU 1996-05-20
1996-03-16 Hordern Pavilion Sydney, AU 1996-05-21
1996-03-18 Town Hall Christchurch, NZ 1996-05-26
1996-03-19 Town Hall Christchurch, NZ 1996-05-27
1996-03-20 Events Centre Wellington, NZ 1996-05-24
1996-03-22 Auckland Supertop Auckland, NZ 1996-05-23
1996-04-10 Globe Arena Stockholm, SE (none) Shows were rumored or announced at one point, but wound up being moved or canceled.
1996-05-01 Arena Valencia, ES (none)
1996-05-05 Zenith Paris, FR (none)
1996-05-XX International Arena Cardiff, UK (none)
1996-05-12 Ulster Hall Belfast, UK (none) Canceled due to a fan dying at the show the night before.
1996-06-30 The Palace Auburn Hills, MI, US 1996-06-30 Moved to the State Theater due to low ticket sales.
1996-07-12 Madison Square Garden New York, NY, US 1996-09-17 Rescheduled following the death of touring keyboardist Jonathan Melvoin.
1996-07-13 Madison Square Garden New York, NY, US 1996-09-18
1996-07-14 Meadowlands East Rutherford, NJ, US 1996-09-16
1996-07-16 Civic Arena Pittsburgh, PA, US 1996-09-06
1996-07-17 Allen County Arena Fort Wayne, IN, US 1996-10-30
1996-07-19 Mark Of The Quad Cities Moline, IL, US 1996-10-26
1996-07-20 Kemper Arena Kansas City, MO, US 1996-09-01
1996-07-21 Kiel Center Saint Louis, MO, US 1996-10-02
1996-07-23 Freeman Coliseum San Antonio, TX, US 1996-11-29
1996-07-23 Myriad Arena Oklahoma City, OK, US 1996-11-23
1996-07-24 Reunion Arena Dallas, TX, US 1996-12-01
1996-07-26 Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX, US 1996-11-30
1996-07-27 Cajundome Lafayette, LA, US 1996-11-26
1996-XX-XX MetraPark Billings, MT, US 1997-01-10
1996-XX-XX (unknown venue) Fargo, ND, US (none)
1996-08-12 GM Place Vancouver, CA 1997-01-08
1996-08-14 Rose Garden Portland, OR, US 1997-01-07
1996-08-15 Key Arena Seattle, WA, US 1997-01-06
1996-08-17 Cow Palace San Francisco, CA, US 1996-12-14
1996-08-18 Shark Tank San Jose, CA, US 1996-12-16
1996-08-19 Arco Arena Sacremento, CA, US 1996-12-17
1996-08-21 Forum Inglewood, CA, US 1996-12-18
1996-08-23 Arrowhead Pond Anaheim, CA, US 1996-12-09
1996-08-24 Arrowhead Pond Anaheim, CA, US 1996-12-10
1996-08-25 Sports Arena San Diego, CA, US 1996-12-11
1996-11-08 Bryce Jordan Center State College, PA, US 1997-01-29 Rescheduled due to Billy Corgan being ill.
1996-11-09 Coliseum Richmond, VA, US 1997-01-30
1996-11-13 (unknown) Charlotte, NC, US (none) Rumored show that never materialized.
1998-07-04 Grant Park Chicago, IL, US (none) The band wanted to hold a concert in Grant Park at first, but could not get a permit. Corgan said the band had no warning about the city's veto. He said the group first pitched a concert on July 4, but officials were concerned about crowds overlapping from the Taste of Chicago food festival. Corgan said it was the city that proposed July 7 date. It was booked for Soldier Field, then moved to the New World Music Amphitheater due to slow sales.
1998-07-07 Grant Park Chicago, IL, US (none)
1998-07-07 Soldier Field Chicago, IL, US (none)
1998-08-26 Johannesburg Stadium Johannesburg, ZA (none) The South African leg of the Adore tour was canceled for unknown reasons.
1998-08-27 Johannesburg Stadium Johannesburg, ZA (none)
1998-08-31 Three Arts Theater Cape Town, ZA (none)
1998-09-01 Three Arts Theater Cape Town, ZA (none)
1998-12-07 The Cajun House Scottsdale, AZ, US (none) Cancelled for unknown reasons.
2000-01-21 Apollo Manchester, UK (none) Cancelled due to Corgan's voice going out.
2000-02-05 Music Millenium Portland, OR, US (none) Signing canceled for unknown reasons.
2000-04-26 Central Maine Civic Center Lewiston, ME, US (none) Cancelled for unknown reasons.
2000-11-08 Laugardalshollinn Reykjavik, IS (none) Show canceled because the Pumpkins couldn't secure the venue due to a gymnastics competition.
2000-11-14 Belville Veledrome Cape Town, ZA 2000-11-14 Venue changed due to unknown reasons.

2007 and later[edit | edit source]

Date Venue Location Rescheduled

date

Reason for cancellation
2007-06-16 Heineken Jammin' Festival Venice, IT (none) Canceled due to a tornado going through the festival grounds the previous day.
2007-08-29 Terra Vibe Park Athens, GR (none) Canceled due to nationwide forest fires.
2007-09-26 Qwest Arena Boise, ID, US (none) Canceled due to unknown reasons, likely slow sales.
2007-10-30 Fox Theater Atlanta, GA, US 2007-11-15 Canceled due to Jimmy Chamberlin suffering from chest pains.
2007-10-31 Fox Theater Atlanta, GA, US 2007-11-16
2007-11-02 The Backyard Austin, TX, US 2007-11-13
2007-11-03 Nokia Theater Grand Prairie, TX, US 2007-11-18
2007-11-05 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN, US 2007-11-11
2007-11-11 Bang Music Festival Miami, FL, US (none) Canceled for unknown reasons.
2007-11-13 Civic Center Jacksonville, FL, US (none) Rumored but never materialized.
2008-01-27 Belgrade Arena Belgrade, RS (none) Canceled for unknown reasons.
2008-01-29 Budapest Arena Budapest, HU (none)
2008-03-18 Tennis Indoor Senayan Jakarta, ID (none) Rumored but never materialized.
2008-11-22 Auditorium Theatre Chicago, IL, US 2008-12-08 Rescheduled due to Billy Corgan being ill.
2010-07-23 House of Blues New Orleans, LA, US (none) Dates were initially released in the Rock 'n' Roll Party tour announcement, but subsequently withdrawn.
2010-07-24 Minglewood Hall Memphis, TN, US (none)
2011-11-21 Pier 2 Bremen, DE (none) Most of the German leg of The Other Side of the Kaleidyscope tour was canceled due to "a change in the [band's] international promotional commitments".
2011-11-24 Palladium Köln Cologne, DE (none)
2011-11-25 Stadthalle Offenbach, DE (none)
2011-11-27 Zenith Munich, DE (none)
2012-10-07 Rogers Arena Vancouver, CA (none) Date was initially released in the tour announcement, but canceled without comment, possibly due to poor ticket sales.
2016-03-30 Ellie Caulkins Opera House Denver, CO, US (none) Date cancelled due to the band being trapped in a snow storm and unable to arrive in time; tickets were refunded.
2020-07-08 Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia, PA, US (none) Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Smashing Pumpkins were scheduled to open up for Guns N' Roses on their North American tour.[1]
2020-07-11 Comerica Park Detroit, MI, US (none)
2020-07-13 Rogers Centre Toronto, ON, CA (none)
2020-07-16 Nationals Park Washington, DC, US (none)
2020-07-18 Metlife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ, US (none)
2020-07-21 Fenway Park Boston, MA, US (none)
2020-04-23 The Louisville Palace Louisville, KY, US (none) Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These dates were the original Rock Invasion 2 tour, though the new dates didn't align
2020-04-25 20 Monroe Live Grand Rapids, MI, US (none)
2020-04-26 Murat Theatre Indianapolis, IN, US (none)
2020-04-28 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN, US (none)
2020-04-29 The Rust Belt East Moline, IL, US (none)
2020-05-01 Beale Street Music Festival Memphis, TN, US (none)
2020-05-02 Shaky Knees Music Festival Atlanta, GA, US (none)
2020-05-03 Hard Rock Live Hollywood, FL, US (none)
2020-05-05 Performing Arts Center North Charleston, SC, US (none)
2020-05-06 Township Auditorium Columbia, SC, US (none)
2020-05-08 Steven Tanger Center Greensboro, NC, US (none)
2020-05-24 Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion Portsmouth, VA, US (none) Cancelled due to "non-covid illness". The venue website said the band was "deeply saddened but this decision was not made easily and was far beyond their control."
2022-11-13 Moda Center Portland, OR, US (none) Cancelled due to Billy Corgan suffering from laryngitis.

Billy Corgan[edit | edit source]

Date Venue Location Rescheduled

date

Reason for cancellation
2000-07-22 Peoria Civic Center Peoria, IL, US (none) Corgan was to play the national anthem, but instead just made an appearance wrestling.
2005-07-28 Enmore Theater Sydney, AU 2005-07-28 Canceled for unknown reasons (possibly slow ticket sales), relocated to the Marquee Club.

Zwan[edit | edit source]

Date Venue Location Rescheduled

date

Reason for cancellation
2003-02-03 Drum Logos Fukuoka, JP (none) Cancelled for unknown reasons.
2003-04-17 Ampitheater Mesa, AZ, US 2003-04-17 Venue was changed, possibly due to slow ticket sales.
2003-04-29 The Fillmore Denver, CO, US (none) Canceled due to slow ticket sales.
2003-06-15 Heineken Jammin Festival Imola, IT (none) Canceled "due to illness in a family member".
2003-06-16 Italy Centralino del Tennis Rome, IT (none)
2003-06-17 Italy Arena Flegrea Naples, IT (none)
2003-06-20 Hurricane Festival Scheesel, DE (none)
2003-06-21 Spain Doctor Music Festival Barcelona, ES (none)
2003-06-22 (unknown) Toulouse, FR (none)
2003-06-24 Marseille At The Docks Marseille, FR (none)
2003-06-26 Zenith Lille, FR (none)
2003-06-27 Glastonbury Festival Somerset, UK (none)
2003-06-29 Roskilde Festival Roskilde, DK (none)
2003-07-02 Kulturbolagel Malmo, SE (none)
2003-07-03 Tradgarn Goteborg, SE (none)
2003-07-04 Quart Festival Kristiansand, NO (none)
2003-07-06 Ruisrock Festival Turku, FI (none)
2005-07-09 T In The Park Kinrosshire, UK (none)
2003-07-09 Brixton Academy London, UK (none)
2005-07-10 Punchestown Racecourse County Kildare, IE (none)
2003-07-10 Manchester Apollo Manchester, UK (none)
2003-07-12 T In The Park Glasgow, UK (none)
2003-07-13 Witness Festival Dublin, IE (none)
2003-07-16 Plaza XX Settembre Fano, IT (none)
2003-07-18 Gurten Festival Bern, CH (none)
2003-07-19 Lungamore Catania, IT (none)
2003-07-20 Piazza Napoleone Lucca, IT (none)
2003-07-25 Fuji Rock Festival Niigata, JP (none)
2003-07-26 Nihon Seinenkan Hall Toyko, JP (none)

Jimmy Chamberlin[edit | edit source]

Date Venue Location Rescheduled

date

Reason for cancellation
2009-08-09 Grant Park (Lollapalooza) Chicago, IL, US (none) Chamberlin was set to fill in for Jane's Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins if he was unable to play, however, Perkins recovered.
2022-02-19 Impact Fuel Room Liberty, IL, US (none) Show with Frank Catalano is cancelled after Chamberlin tests positive for COVID-19.

References[edit | edit source]