Amos Expands U.S. Tour Plans
Tori Amos has scheduled a slate of 12 eastern U.S. winter tour dates that extend a previously announced stand at New York's Radio City Music Hall. The tour kicks off Feb. 19 in Boca Raton, Fla., and nTori Amos has scheduled a slate of 12 eastern U.S. winter tour dates that extend a previously announced stand at New York's Radio City Music Hall. The tour kicks off Feb. 19 in Boca Raton, Fla., and now includes three shows (March 6-8) at Radio City.
Tickets for the final Radio City show go on sale Saturday (Jan. 18) via Ticketmaster. Information on pre-sale opportunities for the balance of the U.S. shows is available from the artist's official Web site.
The U.S. tour will get underway two weeks after Amos closes a European tour that kicked off on Sunday night and tonight visits Wolverhampton, England. All of the road work comes in support of "Scarlet's Walk," her debut album for Epic after a lengthy career with Atlantic. Released in late October, "Scarlet" debuted at No. 7 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 370,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.
As with last year's opening leg of North American tour dates, joining Amos will be longtime collaborators Jon Evans on bass and Matt Chamberlain on drums/percussion. That round saw Amos visit cities from coast-to-coast, and included an evocative performance at the unconventional venue of New York's gothic Riverside Church.
Here are Tori Amos' upcoming tour dates:
Jan. 14: Wolverhampton, England (Civic Hall)
Jan. 16-17: London (Apollo Hammersmith)
Jan. 19: Brussels (Forest National)
Jan. 20: Rotterdam, Holland (Ahoy)
Jan. 21: Oberhausen, Germany (Konig-Pilsener Arena)
Jan. 23: Hamburg, Germany (Congress Centrum)
Jan. 24: Poznan, Poland (Arena)
Jan. 25: Munich (Philharmonie)
Jan. 27: Florence, Italy (Saschall)
Jan. 28: Milan (Fila Forum)
Jan. 30: Vienna (Gasometer)
Feb. 1: Berlin (I.C.C.)
Feb. 3: Geneva (Geneva Arena)
Feb. 4: Paris (Le Zenith)
Feb. 5: Frankfurt, Germany (Jahrhunderthalle Hoechst)
Feb. 19: Boca Raton, Fla. (Mizner Park Amphitheatre)
Feb. 21: Jacksonville, Fla. (Moran Theatre)
Feb. 22: Birmingham, Ala. (BJCC Concert Hall)
Feb. 23: Nashville (Ryman Auditorium)
Feb. 28: Albany, N.Y. (Palace Theatre)
March 1: Syracuse, N.Y. (Landmark Theatre)
March 3: Portland, Maine (Merrill Auditorium)
March 4: Durham, N.H. (Whittemore Center Arena)
March 6-8: New York (Radio City Music Hall)
March 11: Toledo, Ohio (Stranahan Theatre)
March 13: Buffalo, N.Y. (Shea's Performing Arts Center)
March 19: Erie, Pa. (Warner Theatre)