Marilyn Manson got a snow day as the blizzard that roared through the Midwest forced the cancellation of his group's Tuesday (December 12) show in Omaha, Nebraska.
Manson and his band were unable to leave Peoria, Illinois, where they played Monday night, according to a spokesperson for the rocker's label. The storm socked Peoria with 9 inches of snow and winds that created blizzard conditions.
It's the group's second cancellation in just over a week. Ten minutes before doors were to open at the Toledo (Ohio) Sports Arena on December 5, Manson (born Brian Warner) canceled the show after drummer Ginger Fish (born Kenny Frank Wilson) reaggravated his injured collarbone. The drummer broke the bone after falling from a riser during the stage-trashing finale of the group's November 25 show at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom.
Manson's Guns, God and Government Tour is set to pick up again Wednesday in Wichita, Kansas