Alanis Morisette has announced a US Tour for next year, supported by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.
Supported by the ‘Bad Reputation’ hitmakers, Alanis Morissette will begin her ‘Triple Moon’ Tour on June 9 with a show in Phoenix.
The tour finishes in Inglewood, California on August 10.
Tickets for this tour will go on sale next week (November 17). The shows will be opened by country singer, Morgan Wade.
See the tour dates in full below.
sign up to my mailing list by tues, 11/14 for access to the pre-sale happening next weds, 11/15 @ 10am local. codes will be sent out… pic.twitter.com/TG1Hub0bDg
— Alanis Morissette (@Alanis) November 9, 2023
Alanis Morissette had been taking in shows as part of a belated 25th anniversary tour, celebrating her much loved album, ‘Jagged Little Pill’, which had been delayed due to the pandemic over recent years.
Earlier this year, Joan Jett concluded a 2 month tour, sharing a stage as a support act to Bryan Adams.
The ‘So Happy It Hurts’ tour saw Adams and Jett tour the US, finishing in August. More on this here.
Alanis Morissette & Foo Fighters Pay Tribute To Sinéad O’Connor
Back in July, Alanis Morissette also joined Foo Fighters on stage at their headlining performance at Japan’s Fuji Festival, for a live cover of ‘Madinka’, in tribute to the late Irish singer Sinéad O’Connor.
The track featured on O’Connor’s debut album ‘The Line And The Cobra’, which arrived in 1987. She passed away that same month aged 56.
“We’d like to make tonight very special for you because it’s nice to be back”, lead singer Dave Grohl told the audience before introducing Morissette to the stage.
Adding, “So tonight, we’re gonna do something that we’ve never done before, with someone that we love very much. We want an old friend to come up and sing with us tonight for a very special reason. Ladies and gentlemen, would you please welcome, to sing a song with us: miss Alanis Morissette”.
More on this from Nova here.