top of page
  • Muzik First


Alanis Morissette is expanding her 2022 world tour, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill with an additional slate of North American tour dates. The musician has also released a new song titled “Olive Branch,” co-written with Michael Farrell, who served as producer alongside Henrik Jakobsson. The newly added schedule of shows will kick off in Ottawa on July 10 and span through Aug. 6, where it will wrap in Mountain View, California. The tour will include stops in Montreal, Toronto, Holmdel, Milwaukee, Vancouver, Wheatland, and more. Ticket sales for the North American tour dates begin on Friday, March 11 at 10 a.m. local time. Just ahead of the new dates, Morissette will have wrapped a slate of shows throughout Europe, which were rescheduled from 2022. The European leg of the tour begins at Denmark’s Royal Arena on June 9 and concludes with two nights at the O2 in London on June 28 and 29. Garbage will join the tour as an opener for most newly added dates, with additional openers announced in June. Beth Orton will open for the musician in Europe. Last year, Morissette took "Jagged Little Pill" on the road for a stretch of shows in North America, performing the record in full with Garbage, Liz Phair, and Julia Stone joining as openers. Plus, fans can expect to hear the classics such as "Hand in My Pocket," "Ironic, "Thank You," and many, including the newly released song "Olive Branch" live for the first time.

bottom of page