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Alanis Morissette Postpones UK/European Dates a Second Time Due to COVID

Alanis Morissette apologized to fans on Friday for postponing her UK/European tour dates a second time due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

Alanis Morissette had some hard news for her European fans over the weekend. Just days after wrapping up the Jagged Little Pill 25th anniversary tour in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl last week, the singer told her fans in Europe and the UK that she misses them terribly, but won’t be seeing them anytime soon.

“Traveling overseas from country to country is becoming increasingly challenging with three kids during a time like no other on this beautiful planet,” said the singer who is mother two two sons and a daughter, all under 12 years-old. “I know things will shift— but for this moment—i am heartbroken to say that we have to postpone the upcoming UK and Europe shows in october & november 2021.”

Alanis encouraged fans to stay tuned for rescheduled dates, which she promised will be coming soon, and to hold onto their tickets, which will be valid when the new dates are announced. “I can’t wait to see you each as soon as we possibly can,” she wrote.


Following the Oct. 5-6 dates in Los Angeles, Morissette was slated to kick off her European swing on Oct. 28 in Hamburg, Germany. The tour — featuring opening sets from Liz Phair — was slated to hit Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Budapest, Warsaw, Milan, Barcelona, Madrid and Paris before moving to the UK for a string of seven dates, culminating in a Nov. 25 show in Dublin, Ireland. Check Morissette’s tour page for updated information on the rescheduled shows.

Check out Morissette’s tweets below.