Bitch We Have a Problem Tour

Bitch We Have a Problem Tour was a concert tour in support of Korn's eighth studio album. The tour featured 25 shows (plus 1 offset show) in North America and 33 shows in Europe for a combined total of 58 shows.

Bitch We Have a Problem Tour
Tour by Korn
Start dateSeptember 22, 2007
End dateApril 24, 2008
No. of shows70
Korn concert chronology

Hellyeah (until October 23), Droid, Five Finger Death Punch, and Flyleaf were the support acts for the North American leg of the tour. The tour began on September 27, 2007, in Reno, Nevada and the first leg of the tour was completed on October 27, 2007, in Seattle, Washington.

The support acts for the Australian part of the tour were Biohazard, Chimaira, Throwdown, and Bloodsimple.[1]


The setlist for this tour changed extensively between legs, but was otherwise reasonably stable. The band played songs from across their back catalogue as well as new ones from their untitled album. Several of the band's biggest hits, including "Got the Life", were often omitted in favour of more obscure tracks. This is the only tour in which songs from the untitled album were played live. Although, the song "Hold On" was performed live once in 2011.

First Leg: United States and Canada
Second Leg: Europe/Asia/Latin America/Australia
  • "Intro (from the untitled album)"
  • "Right Now"
  • "Love Song"
  • "A.D.I.D.A.S."
  • "Hold On"
  • "Starting Over"
  • "Falling Away From Me"
  • "Coming Undone"/"We Will Rock You"
  • "Here to Stay"
  • "Ever Be"
  • "Faget"
  • "Helmet in the Bush"
  • "Freak on a Leash"
  • "Bottled Up Inside"
  • "Kiss"
  • "Evolution"
  • "Ass Itch"

Tour datesEdit

On August 29, 2007, the complete list of cities for the first leg of the tour were released on[2]

First Leg: United States and CanadaEdit

Date City Country Venue
United States and Canada
September 22, 2007 Reno, Nevada United States Lawlor Events Center
September 23, 2007 Bend, Oregon Les Schwab Amphitheater
September 25, 2007 Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Pacific Coliseum
September 27, 2007 Edmonton, Alberta Rexall Place
September 29, 2007 Winnipeg, Manitoba MTS Centre
October 1, 2007 Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States The Rave
October 2, 2007 Merrillville, Indiana Star Plaza Theatre
October 3, 2007 Youngstown, Ohio Covelli Centre
October 5, 2007 Nashville, Tennessee Sommet Center
October 6, 2007 Memphis, Tennessee (93X Fest)
Mud Island Amphitheatre
October 8, 2007 University Park, Pennsylvania Bryce Jordan Center
October 9, 2007 Portland, Maine Cumberland County Civic Center
October 10, 2007 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Wachovia Arena
October 12, 2007 Marion, South Carolina Carolina Entertainment Complex
October 13, 2007 Birmingham, Alabama Verizon Wireless Music Center
October 14, 2007 Biloxi, Mississippi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
October 16, 2007 Little Rock, Arkansas ALLTEL Arena
October 17, 2007 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center
October 19, 2007 Corpus Christi, Texas Old Concrete Street Amphitheater
October 20, 2007 Hidalgo, Texas Dodge Arena
October 21, 2007 Beaumont, Texas Montagne Center
October 23, 2007 Tucson, Arizona AVA Amphitheater
October 24, 2007 Paradise, Nevada The Joint
October 25, 2007 West Valley City, Utah E Center
October 27, 2007 Seattle WaMu Theater
October 28, 2007 (Canceled) Portland, Oregon Rose Garden Arena
Second Leg: Europe/Asia/South America/North America/Australia
January 13, 2008 Dublin Ireland Ambassador Theatre
January 14, 2008
January 16, 2008 Newcastle United Kingdom Carling Academy Newcastle
January 17, 2008 Glasgow Carling Academy Glasgow
January 19, 2008 Manchester Manchester Apollo
January 20, 2008 Birmingham Carling Academy Birmingham
January 22, 2008 Plymouth Plymouth Pavilions
January 23, 2008 Cardiff Cardiff International Arena
January 25, 2008 London Carling Academy Brixton
January 27, 2008 Köln Germany The Palladium
January 28, 2008 Antwerp Belgium Lotto Arena
January 29, 2008 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
January 31, 2008 Copenhagen Denmark K.B. Hallen
February 1, 2008 Gothenburg Sweden Scandinavium
February 3, 2008 Oslo Norway Oslo Spectrum
February 4, 2008 Stockholm Sweden Hovet
February 7, 2008 St. Petersburg Russia Yubileyny Sports Palace
February 9, 2008 Tampere Finland Tampere Ice Stadium
February 10, 2008 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall Arena
February 11, 2008 Riga Latvia Riga Arena
February 13, 2008 Warsaw Poland Torwar
February 15, 2008 Berlin Germany Columbiahalle
February 16, 2008 Leipzig Haus Auensee
February 17, 2008 München Zenith
February 19, 2008 Ostrava Czech Republic ČEZ Aréna
February 20, 2008 Vienna Austria Gasometer
February 22, 2008 Pordenone Italy Palasport
February 23, 2008 Milan Datch Forum
February 24, 2008 Geneva Switzerland Arena de Genève
February 27, 2008 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico
March 2, 2008 Leeds United Kingdom Leeds University
March 3, 2008 London Carling Academy Brixton
March 4, 2008 Wolverhampton Wolverhampton Civic Hall
March 7, 2008 Dubai United Arab Emirates Desert Rock Festival
South America with/Ozzy Osbourne, Black Label Society
March 30, 2008 Buenos Aires Argentina El Monumental (Quilmes Rock)
April 1, 2008 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional de Chile
April 3, 2008 Rio de Janeiro Brazil HSBC Arena
April 5, 2008 São Paulo Estádio Palestra Itália
North America
April 8, 2008 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol
April 11, 2008 Guadalajara Arena VFG
April 10, 2008 (Headline) Monterrey Monterrey Arena
April 15, 2008 Perth[3] Australia Robinson Pavilion
April 17, 2008 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
April 18, 2008 Melbourne Melbourne Arena
April 20, 2008 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
April 22, 2008 Brisbane Riverstage
April 24, 2008 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena

* 93X Fest is not actual part of tour. Offset date

The Portland, Oregon show was canceled due to 'logistical and production issues beyond the band's control'.[4]

Flyleaf and Swedish band Deathstars will join Korn as support acts on the second leg of the tour. On September 26, 2007, Deathstar's website released the dates for the second leg of the tour.[5]

Munky's departure from the European TourEdit

On January 16, 2008, it was announced, via, that James "Munky" Shaffer would be leaving the European tour 'for both personal and family reasons'.[6] Shane Gibson later posted on that Munky's father had become ill and he went home to be with his family.[7] Munky, however has returned for Milan concert on February 23 and has continued to tour since.


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