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Alanis Morissette Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Latest Post

Alanis Morissette
a month ago
dc is so nice, so i’ll play it twice 💖💖

the first show is sold out, so we're adding a second show on 6/30 😃

the pre-sale is happening this wednesday @ 10am ET with t
more

Alanis Morissette merchamazonview store

the storm before the calm
$14.18
Such Pretty Forks In The Road T-Shirt
$25.00
Jagged Little Pill
$24.75
Such Pretty Forks in the Road
$12.98
Ironic Silhouette Long Sleeve T-Shirt
$35.00
Such Pretty Forks In The Road Long Sl...
$35.00
Jagged Little Pill Acoustic
$39.37
The Collection
$9.90
Jagged Little Pill
$9.99
Jagged Little Pill
$18.68
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Alanis Morissette's tour

Live Photos of Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette at Pasay, Philippines in Mall Of Asia Arena 2024
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Fan Reviews

Casey
June 11th 2023
She was an hour late starting. She played all the good ones from Jagged Little Pill & her voice was phenomenal but she didn’t engage with the audience between any songs giving us any background or stories about her life or experience with music. She really was there just to sing which I guess was pleasing to most. I didn’t walk away feeling like I got to know the Canadian icon. The Canadian Open itself was a mess. Terrible location, bordered by road construction on busy Jane St, way too much walking & in typical Canadian style- price gauging on alcohol, and water.
Toronto, ON@
Rbc Canadian Open
Eli
August 8th 2022
Alanis - great. Fantastic singer, great songs, fun personality, excellent stage show. Some of the fans - not so great. Unfortunately, the people around me and my friend were pretty obnoxious about it. I'm pretty tall, but with the people in front of us deciding to stand the entire show with their hands up holding their phones above their heads it made it annoyingly difficult to see anything. On top of that, person behind me was slow clapping as hard and loud as they could, and kept doing it right by my ear, and the people in the seats next to me kept moving over *in front of me*. I get bumping me sometimes, cause there's a lot of people, but is it so hard for you not to move completely in front of me when you have your own damn seat space? The venue - it's alright. Nice layout. Fair amount of food options. Staff is friendly and helpful. Alcohol is expensive but the vodka lemonade drinks are very good. Tried a pretzel and it was the single saltiest thing I have ever tasted in my life. If you don't have an intense love for pure salt flavor, avoid the pretzels or be prepared to scrape it off. Tacos are very, very tiny. Decent flavor, but not at all worth it considering how little you get. Too much stuff is labeled as vip, overpriced, and barely gets you anything. Luckily the vip tickets (at least the 'crystal' vip tickets) for the show itself came with a pretty sweet merch package that's supposed to have a bunch of cool Alanis stuff, but it gets mailed out some time after the show. Plus a much shorter line to get in.
Mountain View, CA@
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Pat
August 8th 2022
Alanis was simply fantastic. I was fortunate to see her twice during this tour and I can say that I enjoyed her this time much more than the first time. It had nothing to do with Alanis, but more of the setting of the place. Shoreline Amphitheatre is clean, friendly workers, easy to navigate, and has a better layout. Also, it was the last show of the tour so it felt even more special. Can’t wait to see her again!
Mountain View, CA@
Shoreline Amphitheatre
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About Alanis Morissette

With sales of over 60 million albums worldwide, Alanis Morissette is one of the most influential singer-songwriter-musicians in contemporary music. Her deeply expressive music and performances have earned vast critical praise, 14 Canadian Juno Awards, 7 Grammy® Awards (with an additional 14 nominations), a Golden Globe nomination, and in 2015, was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Alanis has acted on the big and small screen with roles in “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Dogma,” “Sex and the City,” “Weeds,” “Up All Night,” and has appeared as a celebrity guest mentor on “The Voice.”

Outside of entertainment, Alanis is a dedicated advocate of female empowerment, spiritual, psychological, and physical wellness, and the advancement of children’s education. She contributes her writing to a variety of forums (most recently her weekly column in one of the world’s leading news outlets The Guardian), leads workshops, and participates in keynote speaking engagements worldwide, including at learning institutions such as UCLA, Omega Institute, Miraval, and Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. Alanis has shared the stage with some of today’s great thinkers and change agents, including Oprah Winfrey, Arianna Huffington, Eckhart Tolle, Ken Wilber, Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama, among others.

Her podcast, Conversation with Alanis Morissette, features conversations with different highly reputable teachers, authors and leaders from different philosophies and of varied psychological, spiritual, neurobiological, and developmental models and backgrounds, all with an eye toward healing and wholeness and recovery. Some of her guests have included Dr. Dan Siegel, Dr’s Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Dr. Stan Tatkin, Dr. Margaret Paul and Katherine Woodward Thomas. Through her editorial website at Alanis.com, Alanis explores relationships, health and wellness, art, spirituality and the feminine movement as well as offering a variety of resources and recommendations. Her website features personally written pieces by Alanis, as well as those by expert guest bloggers, including Cheryl Richardson., Dr. Joel Furman, Dr. Wendy Maltz, and Susan Stiffelman, among others.

As an independent scholar, Alanis has developed her own learning models and practices, integrating and distilling her research, knowledge, and experience into teachings that combine her erudite and passionate insights with profound empathy. With an eye toward functionality and well-being (on social, relational, spiritual and personal levels), Alanis merges academic and psychological studies with the self-work of personal and spiritual development. Her primary areas of study include the Internal Family Systems Model of parts work; addiction and codependence recovery; the Somatic Experiencing model of trauma recovery; shadow work; developmental psychology, attachment theory and attachment parenting; the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) temperament trait as a style of sensory processing; and clinical certification in Imago Therapy, among many other systems. Facilitated through her writing, teaching, keynote speaking, music and art, Alanis’s work to support others in their healing and re-establishing agency in themselves is born of a lifelong desire to support the alleviation of suffering in those around her.

As an activist, Alanis was awarded a UN Global-Tolerance award. She donates her time to causes that help raise awareness and funding on a number of issues, including Equality Now, Music for Relief, the “Every Mother Counts” CD, and P.S. Arts in California. Alanis has been a public advocate for attachment parenting, home or natural childbirth, breastfeeding and its benefits and challenges for mothers across the world.

In addition to music and teaching, Alanis is working on her first book, which will be released in late 2016.

For more information please visit www.alanis.com.
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Genres:
Rock
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Latest Post

Alanis Morissette
a month ago
dc is so nice, so i’ll play it twice 💖💖

the first show is sold out, so we're adding a second show on 6/30 😃

the pre-sale is happening this wednesday @ 10am ET with t
more

Live Photos of Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette at Pasay, Philippines in Mall Of Asia Arena 2024
View All Photos

Alanis Morissette merchamazonview store

the storm before the calm
$14.18
Such Pretty Forks In The Road T-Shirt
$25.00
Jagged Little Pill
$24.75
Such Pretty Forks in the Road
$12.98
Ironic Silhouette Long Sleeve T-Shirt
$35.00
Such Pretty Forks In The Road Long Sl...
$35.00
Jagged Little Pill Acoustic
$39.37
The Collection
$9.90
Jagged Little Pill
$9.99
Jagged Little Pill
$18.68
View All
Alanis Morissette's tour

Fan Reviews

Casey
June 11th 2023
She was an hour late starting. She played all the good ones from Jagged Little Pill & her voice was phenomenal but she didn’t engage with the audience between any songs giving us any background or stories about her life or experience with music. She really was there just to sing which I guess was pleasing to most. I didn’t walk away feeling like I got to know the Canadian icon. The Canadian Open itself was a mess. Terrible location, bordered by road construction on busy Jane St, way too much walking & in typical Canadian style- price gauging on alcohol, and water.
Toronto, ON@
Rbc Canadian Open
Eli
August 8th 2022
Alanis - great. Fantastic singer, great songs, fun personality, excellent stage show. Some of the fans - not so great. Unfortunately, the people around me and my friend were pretty obnoxious about it. I'm pretty tall, but with the people in front of us deciding to stand the entire show with their hands up holding their phones above their heads it made it annoyingly difficult to see anything. On top of that, person behind me was slow clapping as hard and loud as they could, and kept doing it right by my ear, and the people in the seats next to me kept moving over *in front of me*. I get bumping me sometimes, cause there's a lot of people, but is it so hard for you not to move completely in front of me when you have your own damn seat space? The venue - it's alright. Nice layout. Fair amount of food options. Staff is friendly and helpful. Alcohol is expensive but the vodka lemonade drinks are very good. Tried a pretzel and it was the single saltiest thing I have ever tasted in my life. If you don't have an intense love for pure salt flavor, avoid the pretzels or be prepared to scrape it off. Tacos are very, very tiny. Decent flavor, but not at all worth it considering how little you get. Too much stuff is labeled as vip, overpriced, and barely gets you anything. Luckily the vip tickets (at least the 'crystal' vip tickets) for the show itself came with a pretty sweet merch package that's supposed to have a bunch of cool Alanis stuff, but it gets mailed out some time after the show. Plus a much shorter line to get in.
Mountain View, CA@
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Pat
August 8th 2022
Alanis was simply fantastic. I was fortunate to see her twice during this tour and I can say that I enjoyed her this time much more than the first time. It had nothing to do with Alanis, but more of the setting of the place. Shoreline Amphitheatre is clean, friendly workers, easy to navigate, and has a better layout. Also, it was the last show of the tour so it felt even more special. Can’t wait to see her again!
Mountain View, CA@
Shoreline Amphitheatre
View More Fan Reviews

About Alanis Morissette

With sales of over 60 million albums worldwide, Alanis Morissette is one of the most influential singer-songwriter-musicians in contemporary music. Her deeply expressive music and performances have earned vast critical praise, 14 Canadian Juno Awards, 7 Grammy® Awards (with an additional 14 nominations), a Golden Globe nomination, and in 2015, was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Alanis has acted on the big and small screen with roles in “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Dogma,” “Sex and the City,” “Weeds,” “Up All Night,” and has appeared as a celebrity guest mentor on “The Voice.”

Outside of entertainment, Alanis is a dedicated advocate of female empowerment, spiritual, psychological, and physical wellness, and the advancement of children’s education. She contributes her writing to a variety of forums (most recently her weekly column in one of the world’s leading news outlets The Guardian), leads workshops, and participates in keynote speaking engagements worldwide, including at learning institutions such as UCLA, Omega Institute, Miraval, and Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. Alanis has shared the stage with some of today’s great thinkers and change agents, including Oprah Winfrey, Arianna Huffington, Eckhart Tolle, Ken Wilber, Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama, among others.

Her podcast, Conversation with Alanis Morissette, features conversations with different highly reputable teachers, authors and leaders from different philosophies and of varied psychological, spiritual, neurobiological, and developmental models and backgrounds, all with an eye toward healing and wholeness and recovery. Some of her guests have included Dr. Dan Siegel, Dr’s Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Dr. Stan Tatkin, Dr. Margaret Paul and Katherine Woodward Thomas. Through her editorial website at Alanis.com, Alanis explores relationships, health and wellness, art, spirituality and the feminine movement as well as offering a variety of resources and recommendations. Her website features personally written pieces by Alanis, as well as those by expert guest bloggers, including Cheryl Richardson., Dr. Joel Furman, Dr. Wendy Maltz, and Susan Stiffelman, among others.

As an independent scholar, Alanis has developed her own learning models and practices, integrating and distilling her research, knowledge, and experience into teachings that combine her erudite and passionate insights with profound empathy. With an eye toward functionality and well-being (on social, relational, spiritual and personal levels), Alanis merges academic and psychological studies with the self-work of personal and spiritual development. Her primary areas of study include the Internal Family Systems Model of parts work; addiction and codependence recovery; the Somatic Experiencing model of trauma recovery; shadow work; developmental psychology, attachment theory and attachment parenting; the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) temperament trait as a style of sensory processing; and clinical certification in Imago Therapy, among many other systems. Facilitated through her writing, teaching, keynote speaking, music and art, Alanis’s work to support others in their healing and re-establishing agency in themselves is born of a lifelong desire to support the alleviation of suffering in those around her.

As an activist, Alanis was awarded a UN Global-Tolerance award. She donates her time to causes that help raise awareness and funding on a number of issues, including Equality Now, Music for Relief, the “Every Mother Counts” CD, and P.S. Arts in California. Alanis has been a public advocate for attachment parenting, home or natural childbirth, breastfeeding and its benefits and challenges for mothers across the world.

In addition to music and teaching, Alanis is working on her first book, which will be released in late 2016.

For more information please visit www.alanis.com.
Show More
Genres:
Rock
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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