UPDATE: Tori Amos U.S. Tour

As previously mentioned, singer-songwriter legend Tori Amos is set to release her 14th (yep, that many) studio album on May 13 via Mercury Classics (it’s available for preorder now), and she’s heading out on a world tour to support. Amos fans who are stateside have lucked out, because she’s just announced her North American dates, to follow a lengthy run of shows in Europe. After she comes back from the Continent in June, Amos will play her first North American show of the tour on July 15 in Vancouver, BC at the Orpheum, then move through Seattle, WA; Los Angeles, CA; Mesa, AZ; St. Louis, MO; New York, NY (with two shows at the Beacon Theatre); Austin, TX; Philadelphia, PA; Toronto, ON; Detroit, MI, and more. Ticket on-sale times have not yet been announced, but stay tuned for the latest.

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Unrepentant Geraldines, according to Rolling Stone , marks Amos’ return to “thoughtful contemporary pop” after going back to her roots with a number of classically inspired records in recent years, as well as a return to the piano, the instrument that arguably made Amos, well, famous. She’s been nominated for eight Grammys over her three-decade-long career and boasts a mezzo-soprano vocal range.

Tori Amos Concerts

Date State/Country City Venue
5/7 Ireland Dublin Olympia
5/10 UK Glasgow O2 Academy
5/11 UK Manchester Apollo
5/12 UK Birmingham Symphony Hall
5/14 UK Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
5/15 UK London Royal Albert Hall
5/17 France Paris Grand Rex
5/19 Germany Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle
5/20 Germany Berlin Tempodrom
5/22 Norway Oslo Scentrum Scene
5/24 Denmark Copenhagen DR Koncertsalen
5/25 Germany Hamburg Laieszhalle
5/28 Belgium Brussels Cirque Royal
5/29 Netherlands Amsterdam Het Concertgebouw
5/31 Switzerland Zurich Volkshaus
6/2 Italy Rome Auditorium Parco della Musicai
6/3 Italy Milan Teatro Nazionale
6/4 Italy Padova Geox
6/6 Austria Vienna Konzerthaus
6/7 Austria Linz Opera House
6/9 Germany Stuttgart Hegel Saal
6/10 Germany Munich Philharmonie
6/11 Czech Republic Prague Forum Praha
6/12 Poland Warsaw Sala Kongresowa
6/14 Russia St. Petersburg Music Hall
6/15 Russia Moscow Crocus Hall
6/17 Ukraine Kiev Oktiabrskiy
06/19 RO Bucharest Arenele Romane
07/16 BC Vancouver Orpheum
07/17 WA Seattle Paramount Theatre
07/18 OR Portland Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre
07/21 Oakland CA Paramount Theatre
07/23 CA Los Angeles Greek Theatre
07/24 CA San Diego Humphrey’s
07/25 AZ Mesa Mesa Arts Center
07/27 CO Denver Paramount Theatre
07/29 TX Dallas Winspear Opera House
07/30 TX Austin Long Center
08/01 MO St. Louis Peabody Opera House
08/02 MO Kansas City Midland Theatre
08/03 MN St. Paul O’Shaughnessy Auditorium
08/05 IL Chicago Chicago Theatre
08/06 MI Detroit Fox Theatre
08/07 OH Cleveland Cain Park
08/08 ON Toronto Massey Hall
08/10 PA Philadelphia Verizon Hall
08/12 NY New York Beacon Theatre
08/13 NY New York Beacon Theatre
08/15 MA Boston Opera House
08/16 D.C. Washington DAR Constitution Hall
08/18 TN Nashville Ryman Auditorium
08/19 GA Atlanta Cobb-Energy PAC
08/20 NC Durham Durham PAC
08/22 FL Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
08/23 FL Orlando Bob Carr PAC
08/24 FL Miami Fillmore at The Jackie Gleason Theatre

Original Post

Mega-accomplished singer-songwriter Tori Amos has just announced the release of a brand new album this spring, to be called Unrepentant Geraldines. And guess what? She’s going on tour to promote it (her 14th studio album, if you can believe it). Kicking off on May 7, 2014, at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin, Amos will hit dates in Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, Moscow, Warsaw and more. Stuck in the U.S. and can’t get across the pond to see Tori? No worries: This is a world tour, and dates for the rest of the world will follow soon. Tickets are on sale now, so pick them up while you can.

Besides selling over 12 million albums worldwide and playing more than a thousand concerts over the course of her 20-year career (her debut album, Little Earthquakes, was released in 1992), Tori Amos is also newly a composer. She and book writer Samuel Adamson just opened their brand-spanking-new musical, The Light Princess, at London’s National Theatre to much critical acclaim. Amos is also a humanitarian and a co-founder of RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network), which is the United States’ largest anti-sexual assault organization.

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