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Tori will be touring in 2014 to support the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The European legs runs from May through June and the North American legs spans July and August. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.
Thanks to Fabz for pointing out that SascHall has added Tori to their schedule. According to the venue’s website, she will be this theatre in Firenze (Florence), Italy on Monday, May 30th at 9pm. No other details have been posted there at this time.
According to 20 Minutes, Tori is one of the performers in advanced negotiations to play the Montreux Jazz Festival this summer. The official roster of participating artists will be annouced on April 19th.
Thanks to Carlo for providing this tip.
The info on the Paris show has been removed from the Palais des Congrès de Paris website and it appears ticket sales for show have been halted. We don’t know why or what this means.
As is often the case, news of tour dates sneak out via ticket agencies and venues before any official word and it appears that this coming tour will be no different from previous years.
Amadine wrote in to let us know that FranceBillet.com is listing a tour date on Saturday, June 2nd in the Grand Amphithéâtre at Le Palais des Congrès de Paris. A quick check of the venue’s website confirms the show and a link to rodrigue.fr where tickets are on sale now! Rodrigue.fr also has seating chart for the venue.
Thanks to datura for also writing in about that official ticketing site.
Matt Chamberlain’s Web site today includes some new tidbits about his upcoming tour plans with Tori:
“A bunch of stuff is brewing up for this summer with a Red Headed piano playing female and [a] bass player named Jon Evans. Less vague news concerning that will appear soon.”
Matt also writes that he’s got a few gigs coming up in Seattle, in which he’ll play with Steve Moore, and then he plans to spend the spring recording an album of his own in Northern California with Viktor Krauss and Dan Phelps.