View Full Version : Nightwish -- Worcester, MA -- September 17th, 2012

09-17-2012, 11:20 PM
1. Rule the World
2. Ghost Opera
3. Center of the Universe
4. The Human Stain
5. The Great Pandemonium
6. Sacrimony (Angel of Afterlife)
7. Forever
8. March of Mephisto

1. Storytime
2. Wish I Had an Angel
3. Amaranth
4. Scaretale
5. Dead to the World
6. Slow, Love, Slow
7. I Want My Tears Back
8. The Crow, the Owl and the Dove
9. The Islander
10. Nemo (Acoustic)
11. Last of the Wilds
12. Planet Hell
13. Ghost River
14. Over the Hills and Far Away
15. Song of Myself
16. Last Ride of the Day
Outro: Imaginarium

The only uncertainty is whether Nemo was before or after Last of the Wilds. Other sets have it listed before so that's what I went with.

EDIT: It should be noted that Kamelot had Elize Ryd as backing vocalist on just about everything, and Alissa White-Gluz as guest vocalist on Sacrimony and March of Mephisto. Nightwish featured a guest appearance by Troy Donockley playing a variety of instruments (as well as additional vocals) on I Want My Tears Back; The Crow, the Owl and the Dove; The Islander; Nemo; Last of the Wilds; and Over the Hills and Far Away.

One odd thing, there was no traditional encore break after Over the Hills and Far Away.

09-18-2012, 07:00 AM
Nemo is in the right spot. It's always the last song they do in their mini acoustic set. Not sure how I feel about them doing that to the song. I don't think songs that are originally writen as rockers should ever be played any other way. I'll judge for myself when I see them on thursday.

09-18-2012, 11:30 AM
The acoustic version of Nemo actually sounded nice. It blended well with the rest of the acoustic mini-set. I wouldn't want them to do it that way every tour, but it was a nice change.

09-18-2012, 02:32 PM
My buddy offered me tix to go to this, but it was last minue and I couldn't make it. Nemo acoustic does seem strange since the powerful feel of it is what I love so much, but I'd be interested to hear it.

09-18-2012, 04:01 PM
I personally wish they would've kept Nemo electric, but the acoustic version is still good.