Sinéad O'Connor Tickets & Tour Dats

Sinéad O’Connor Tour

Sinéad O’Connor has been making more headlines than music as of late, but that’s about to change. She’s fresh off a two-night stint as part of the Lincoln Center Festival at the Alice Tully Hall, where the former/current/maybe former Catholic sang African-American gospel music from the 1950s (but hasn’t she always been an enigma?). Lucky for her fans, Sinéad is continuing on this live performance streak. She’s just announced that she’ll tour North America this fall, stopping for a few dates at Chicago’s City Winery (as well as the one in New York City); Buffalo, New York; Tarrytown, New York; and more. Tickets to see this pope-ripping lass go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, July 31 at 10AM.

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A bit of history on O’Connor: born in Ireland in 1966, she rose to fame in the late 1980s/early 1990s with a cover of Prince‘s “Nothing Compares 2 U”. She’s been a lightning rod for controversy after expressing her views on the Catholic religion, abortion, women’s rights, war, child abuse, and more.

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Sinéad O’Connor Concerts

Date City State/Region Venue
11/4 Chicago Illinois City Winery
11/5 Chicago Illinois City Winery
11/6 Chicago Illinois City Winery
11/8 New York New York City Winery
11/9 New York New York City Winery
11/10 New York New York City Winery
11/12 Buffalo New York Riviera Theater
11/13 Tarrytown New York Tarrytown Music Hall
11/24 Los Angeles California Luckman Fine Arts Complex
11/26 Solana Beach California Belly Up
11/27 Santa Barbara California Granada Theater
11/29 Carmel California Sunset Center
11/30 San Francisco California Nob Hill Masonic
12/2 Oakville Ontario Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts
12/3 Oakville Ontario Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts

Sinéad O’Connor Concert Tickets & Tour Dates

Sinéad O’Connor Music Videos

“Nothing Compares 2 U”

“Last Day Of Our Acquaintance”

“4th and Vine”