Tori Amos Tour

EVENT VENUE DATE/TIME  
Tori Amos Teatro Nazionale
Milano, MA
Tuesday
6/3/2014
9:00PM

Tori Amos Gran Teatro Geox
Padova, PD
Wednesday
6/4/2014
9:30PM

Tori Amos Orpheum Theatre – Vancouver
Vancouver, BC
Wednesday
7/16/2014
7:30PM

Tori Amos Paramount Theatre – Seattle
Seattle, WA
Thursday
7/17/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos Oregon Zoo
Portland, OR
Friday
7/18/2014

Tori Amos Britt Festivals Gardens And Amphitheater
Medford, OR
Saturday
7/19/2014
7:00PM

Tori Amos Paramount Theatre – Oakland
Oakland, CA
Monday
7/21/2014

Tori Amos Greek Theatre – Los Angeles CA
Los Angeles, CA
Wednesday
7/23/2014

Tori Amos Humphreys Concerts By The Bay
San Diego, CA
Thursday
7/24/2014

Tori Amos Mesa Arts Center – Ikeda Theater
Mesa, AZ
Friday
7/25/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos Paramount Theatre – Denver
Denver, CO
Sunday
7/27/2014

Tori Amos Winspear Opera House
Dallas, TX
Tuesday
7/29/2014
7:30PM

Tori Amos Long Center For The Performing Arts – Dell Hall
Austin, TX
Wednesday
7/30/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos Peabody Opera House
Saint Louis, MO
Friday
8/1/2014
7:30PM

Tori Amos Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland (formerly The Midland By AMC)
Kansas City, MO
Saturday
8/2/2014

Tori Amos The O’Shaughnessy
Saint Paul, MN
Sunday
8/3/2014
7:00PM

Tori Amos The Chicago Theatre
Chicago, IL
Tuesday
8/5/2014

Tori Amos Fox Theatre – Detroit
Detroit, MI
Wednesday
8/6/2014
7:30PM

Tori Amos Evans Amphitheatre At Cain Park
Cleveland, OH
Thursday
8/7/2014
7:00PM

Tori Amos Massey Hall
Toronto, ON
Friday
8/8/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos The Kimmel Center – Verizon Hall
Philadelphia, PA
Sunday
8/10/2014
7:30PM

Tori Amos Beacon Theatre
New York, NY
Tuesday
8/12/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos Beacon Theatre
New York, NY
Wednesday
8/13/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos Boston Opera House
Boston, MA
Friday
8/15/2014
7:30PM

Tori Amos DAR Constitution Hall
Washington, DC
Saturday
8/16/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos Ryman Auditorium
Nashville, TN
Monday
8/18/2014

Tori Amos Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Atlanta, GA
Tuesday
8/19/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos Durham Performing Arts Center
Durham, NC
Wednesday
8/20/2014

Tori Amos Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
Orlando, FL
Saturday
8/23/2014
8:00PM

Tori Amos The Fillmore Miami Beach At Jackie Gleason Theater
Miami Beach, FL
Sunday
8/24/2014
8:00PM


tori amos Articles

Tori Amos Unrolls Theatre Tour Across North America : February 20, 2014

Tori Amos has just unveiled a release date for her upcoming album, as well as a 27-city North American tour this summer, set to kick off July 16th in Vancouver, Canada. After its ...

Tori Amos Queues ‘Unrepentant Geraldines,’ Pencils in World Tour : November 27, 2013

Tori Amos has just revealed details of her upcoming (and 14th, can you believe it?) album, Unrepentant Geraldines (your guess is as good as mine) and an accompanying world tour. T ...

Tori Amos Gets Theatrical with New Musical ‘The Light Princess’ : September 20, 2012

Tori Amos is hoping to present “The Light Princess,” her first stage musical, sometime next year. The production of the musical is expected to play at the National Theatre i ...

Tori Amos Unveils US Tour Dates : July 06, 2011

Good things sometimes do come for those who wait. Tori Amos has announced dates for her latest tour of U.S. cities. However the venues have been left out until later. However, y ...

Tori Amos Reveals New UK Tour Dates To Support Classical Album : May 07, 2011

Tori Amos is set to drop her album, which has a distinctly classical flavor, in September. It is entitled ‘Night Of Hunters,’ and she plans to tour in support of the album in t ...


tori amos Biography

The American singer-songwriter and pianist Tori Amos was born on August 22, 1963 in Newton, North Carolina. During the early 1990s, she was one of the leading female singer-songwriters, and in the early part of her career was noteworthy for being one of just a few performers of alternative rock to use the piano as the primary instrument. Amos' charting singles include 1000 Oceans, Spark, Professional Widow, Caught a Lite Sneeze, Cornflake Girl, God, Silent All These Years, Crucify and A Sorta Fairytale.

Amos released her debut album, Little Earthquakes, in 1992. The set recounted her sexual awakening, religious upbringing, sexual assault and struggling to establish an identity. In 1994, she released Under the Pink, her second album, to favorable reviews and charted at No. 12 on Billboard's 200 chart. To date, Amos has released 11 studio albums. Her 12th set, Night of Hunters, is scheduled to be released in September 2011. She has also released 30 singles and contributed to nine movie soundtracks, including 1995's Higher Learning, 1998's Great Expectations and 2000's Mission Impossible II.

Amos has sold, through 2005, 12 million worldwide albums. She has received 10 Grammy Award nominations. In 1996, People Magazine named her was on of their 50 Most Beautiful People. A 2003 poll by Rolling Stone Magazine named Amos as the No. 5 all-time top live acts.