Alanis Morissette will go on a North American tour to celebrate the 25th anniversary of her breakout album, Jagged Little Pill. The tour, announced December 2, will stop at Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas on June 14, 2020, which is almost exactly the 25th anniversary of the release of the album, which came out on June 13, 1995.
Starting on June 2, in Portland, Oregon, the two-month tour will visit 31 cities through July 25. In addition to Dallas, Morissette will also stop in Austin on June 12. It'll be an all '90s affair on tour as Morissette will be joined by special guest Garbage along with an appearance by Liz Phair. Morissette will not visit Houston. (To quote the chanteuse: who would've thought, it figures).
Fans can expect Morissette to play many of the songs from her most popular album, along with songs from the rest of her career. Morissette is releasing a new album, Such Pretty Forks in the Road, on May 1, and everyone who buys a ticket to the concert will receive an instant free download of her new song, “Reasons I Drink,” and a digital download of the new album when it is released.
The tour is not the only celebration of Jagged Little Pill taking place, as a Broadway musical of the same name is set to open at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City on December 5. Featuring all of the original songs and two new songs written for the show by Morissette and co-writer Glen Ballard, the musical will have an original story by Academy Award-winning writer Diablo Cody inspired by the themes and emotions revealed in the album.
Presales for the tour will begin at 11 am December 10, and tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning 11 am December 13 at LiveNation.com. VIP packages will be available starting with the presale. There will also be a special presale for Citi cardmembers starting at 11 am December 11, through 12 pm December 12.