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Nintendo Fusion Tour

Nintendo Fusion Tour is a touring rock music and video game festival sponsored by Nintendo, which began in 2003.

Nintendo's Fusion Tour has provided early exposure for then-developing bands such as Evanescence, Story of the Year, My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, Anberlin and Panic! at the Disco. The outing has expanded from 25 dates in 2003 with 90,000 in attendance to 45 last year with more than 160,000, according to Nintendo. [1]

The event has not been held since 2006, and Nintendo has not explained its plans for the tour.

Contents

  • 2003 Tour 1
    • 2003 Bands 1.1
    • 2003 Games 1.2
  • 2004 Tour 2
    • 2004 Bands 2.1
    • 2004 Games 2.2
  • 2005 Tour 3
    • 2005 Bands 3.1
    • 2005 Games 3.2
  • 2006 Tour 4
    • 2006 Bands 4.1
    • 2006 Games 4.2
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

2003 Tour

A + denotes an unofficial tour title.

2003 Bands

2003 Games

GameCube Games

Game Boy Advance Games

2004 Tour

2004 Bands

Select Shows

2004 Games

GameCube Games

(This list is incomplete)

2005 Tour

2005 Bands

2005 Games

GameCube Games

Nintendo DS Games

A + denotes an unofficial tour title.

2006 Tour

A ** denotes the game was removed or added during the course of the tour.

2006 Bands

2006 Games

Wii Games

Nintendo DS Games

A ** denotes the game was removed or added during the course of the tour.

See also

References

  1. ^ [1]

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • Nintendo Fusion Tour
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