LIVE NIRVANA Concert Chronology February 19, 1994 - Patinoires du Littoral, Neuchâtel, CH
- Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar)
- Krist Novoselic (bass)
- Dave Grohl (drums, backing vocals)
- Pat Smear (guitar)
- Melora Creager (cello)
- Alex MacLeod (tour manager)
- Jeff Mason (production manager)
- Kelly Nase (tour accountant)
- Susanne Sasic (lighting designer)
- Craig Overbay (sound engineer)
- Ian Beveridge (monitor engineer)
- Jim Vincent (guitar technician)
- John Duncan (guitar technician)
- Garry Mackenzie (drum technician)
- Ed Swink (stage manager)
- Pete Currier (rigger)
- Appy Thörig (mojo barrier)
- Allan Bagley (Pro Show sound crew)
- Niko Vonk (Pro Show sound crew)
- John Evans (SSE sound crew)
- Mike Lamb (LSD lighting crew)
- Pat Connolly (LSD lighting crew)
- Gary Vaspol (LSD lighting crew)
- Free & Virgin
- Henry Sprenger
- Load In
- Les Thugs Showtime
- NIRVANA Showtime
- No Info
- Radio Friendly Unit Shifter
- Drain You
- Serve The Servants
- Come As You Are
- Smells Like Teen Spirit
- In Bloom
- About A Girl
- Pennyroyal Tea
- Polly acoustic
- Very Ape
- Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle
- Rape Me
- Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam
- The Man Who Sold The World
- All Apologies
- Heart-Shaped Box
- According to a newspaper review, Nirvana played for a crowd of about 7,000.
- There was little talking, except for Krist telling people to stop throwing shoes and Kurt telling the crowd not to clap during "Polly" because they weren't good musicians.
- Kurt was also prompted by audience members throwing rolls of toilet paper on stage to make a comment about this being improper because he thought Neuchâtel was such a clean city.
- Review from a newspaper called "Le Matin ", published in February 20, 1994.
- Review from a newspaper called "24 Heures", published in February 21, 1994.
- Review from a newspaper called "La Tribune de Genève", published February 21, 1994.
- Review from a newspaper called "L'Express", published February 21, 1994.
- Review from a newspaper called "L'Express", published February 22, 1994.