Alanis Morissette's Rescheduled 'Jagged Little Pill' 25th Anniversary Tour Will Hit Australia in 2022
Originally set to visit our shores back in 2020, the famed 90s singer will now bring her world tour to Perth, Melbourne and Sydney next year.
Here's something that you oughta know: Alanis Morissette is heading Down Under. The famed 90s singer was actually set to hit our shores back in 2020 as part of her world tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of her chart-topping 95 album Jagged Little Pill. But the pandemic forced those plans to change, so now she'll perform in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney in 2022.
Get ready to sing along to 'Ironic', 'You Oughta Know' and 'All I Really Want' at Perth's RAC Arena on November 5, Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena on November 8 and 9, and Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena on November 11. Morissette was also part of the cancelled 2020 Bluesfest bill, but if the festival returns to its usual Easter timeslot next year — after the 2021 fest was scrapped, then moved to October — that obviously won't happen again.
At her four stadium shows, the 90s icon will be supported by Australia's own Julia Stone. Stone has released three solo albums and four together with her brother Angus, including Down the Way, which won Album of the Year at the 2010 ARIA Awards.
Morissette's own collection of music awards is hefty, and includes seven Grammys and 12 Juno Awards. While her 95 album Jagged Little Pill is the most critically acclaimed, the Canadian singer has released nine albums, including her latest, Such Pretty Forks in the Road, in 2020.
It's clearly a great time to be an Australian Morissette fan, with Broadway's Jagged Little Pill musical, which was inspired by her album and features a heap of the musician's songs, also headed our way. It'll reopen the Theatre Royal Sydney this September.
In the meantime, though, hype yourself up for the Aussie tour by belting out the following banger:
ALANIS MORISSETTE 2022 AUSTRALIAN DATES
Saturday, November 5 — RAC Arena, Perth
Tuesday, November 8 and Wednesday, November 9 — Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Friday, November 11 — Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Published on June 02, 2021 by Concrete Playground