1994/12/27 Jacksonville, FL

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December 27, 1994
Performance by Marilyn Manson
Location Club 5 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA
Tour Portrait of an American Family
Performers Marilyn Manson, Daisy Berkowitz, Twiggy Ramirez, Madonna Wayne Gacy, Sara Lee Lucas
Support Jack Off Jill
External links Setlist-fm-logo.jpg Search at Setlist.fm
Touring chronology
December 11, 1994 December 27, 1994 December 28, 1994

The performance on December 27, 1994 took place at Club 5 in Jacksonville, Florida, United States of America. The performance marks the start of the Portrait of an American Family tour.



  1. "White Knuckles"
  2. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"
  3. "Snake Eyes and Sissies"
  4. "Dogma"
  5. "Down in the Park"
  6. "My Monkey"
  7. "Lunchbox"
  8. "Misery Machine"
  9. "Cake and Sodomy"
  10. "Rock 'n' Roll Nigger"[1]


Manson's mugshot from the incident
  • After the show Marilyn Manson was arrested for "violating the adult entertainment code," as described by Manson in his autobiography The Long Hard Road Out of Hell. Afterwards, infotainer Michael Koretsky printed Manson's legal name, Brian Warner, in the Fort Lauderdale newspaper XS, leading a group of people offended by Marilyn Manson's attempt to trash Manson's family home. Two of these early reports using Manson's legal name appear in the unauthorized biography Demystifying the Devil, as well as an interview with Koretsky himself.[2] An explanation of what happened that night can also be found on YouTube.


  1. Manson dedicated the song to the Jacksonville police
  2. Demystifying the Devil. Ventura Distribution. Adina Slotsky. October 17, 2000.