• Tue. May 28th, 2024

Ministry performs their classic hits along with Gary Numan and Front Line Assembly at the Mission Ballroom on 4/2/24 in Denver, Colorado

Fans waited patiently outside the venue all day just to witness an incredible show ! Front Line Assembly rocked the crowd as they always do . The band played a quick set with songs like “Vigilante” and “Millennium” giving the crowd a techno dance beat. The audience were so eager to see Gary Numan who was next on the bill to perform. With an electrifying demeanor, Numan walked on stage ready to blow away the crowd with an outstanding performance . Shortly after , Ministry took over the stage and played very loud. This was one of the most intense mosh pits I have ever seen . Frontman Al Jourgensen told the fans he wanted to “smell Denver’s finest weed” and began melting our minds with his deep dark industrial powerful voice . Over all it was one of the best shows I have ever seen live ! Visit https://ministryband.com/tour to find a show near you . 


  • B.D.E.
  • Just Stop Oil
  • Goddamn White Trash
  • New Religion
  • Alert Level
  • Broken System
  • N.W.O.
  • Just One Fix
  • The MissingDeity
  • Stigmata
  • Thieves
  • Jesus Built My Hotrod
  • Encore:
  • Burning Inside
  • So What
  • Encore 2:
  • Ricky’s Hand (Fad Gadget cover with Gary Numan)


  • Everything Comes Down to This
  • Halo
  • The Chosen
  • Metal
  • Pure
  • Love Hurt Bleed
  • Is This World Not Enough
  • Cars
  • Haunted
  • Pray for the Pain You Serve
  • My Name Is Ruin
  • A Prayer for the Unborn


  • I.E.D.
  • Vigilante
  • Neologic Spasm
  • Plasticity
  • Deadened
  • Killing Grounds
  • Mindphaser
  • Millennium


Photos by Ari Tomke for ZrockR Magazine 2024. All Rights Reserved.

By Ari Tomke

Ari Tomke is an American concert photographer . She has photographed iconic industrial rock bands such as Nine Inch Nails, Gary Numan, Skinny Puppy, KMFDM and much more. In 2018 she was given the opportunity to photograph her first concert, that band being AFI, at the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheater located in Morrison, Colorado. Ari has a passion for traveling and visiting new/old music venues, capturing the raw emotions of fans but her main focal point is capturing the most vital artists in music. She continues to learn as much as she can from her photography heroes such as Rob Sheridan, Joey Cultice and Jonathan Rach to name a few. “My favorite thing about specializing in concert photography is being the person behind the camera capturing a moment in time for all to enjoy and pass down to the younger generation so they can appreciate how bad ass this dark life can really be”. Ari Tomke is available as a touring concert touring photographer.

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