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    Tour Status

    Tori is touring in support of the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The tour is in Europe from May through June, South Africa at the end of June, and North America in July and August. Additional dates are expected to be announced but are not yet known.

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    Current Release

    Unrepentant Geraldines (album, 2014)
    Release Dates:
    May 9 - Germany/Netherlands
    May 12 - UK/France
    May 13 - North America
    May 16 - Australia

    Beacon Theatre

    Night Of Hunters Tour

    Date December 03, 2011
    City New York City, NY (2)
    Venue Beacon Theatre
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    Setlist

    Tori started at 8:52 PM and finished at 10:55 PM. The show followed the printed setlist except for the start of the encore which was planned to be “A Multitude of Shades” followed by “Edge of the Moon” with the Quartett. Instead, Tori came on first and played “China” by herself and the Quartett played “A Multitude of Shades” after. Tori then came back out and the rest of the encore followed the setlist.

    • Shattering Sea
    • Tubular Bells/God/Running Up That Hill [Kate Bush] (solo)
    • Suede
    • Velvet Revolution (solo)
    • Fearlessness
    • Girl Disappearing
    • Beauty Queen/Horses (solo)
    • Icicle (solo)
    • Lust (solo)
    • Winter
    • Spark
    • Star Whisperer
    • Running To Stand Still [U2] (solo)
    • Bells For Her (solo)
    • Josephine (solo)
    • Snow Cherries From France
    • Hey Jupiter
    • Spring Haze
    • Cruel

    Encore

    • China (solo)
    • A Multitude of Shades (Quartett)
    • Leather
    • Siren
    • Big Wheel

    Video

    Suede

    intros/Velvet Revolution

    Beauty Queen/Horses

    Icicle

    Lust

    Running To Stand Still

    Winter

    Spark

    Occupy Washington

    Photosets

    Photos

    Reviews

    1. Andrew says:

      Just got back from another stellar show at the Beacon Theatre. Despite the repeats, tonight’s performance had an entirely different feel from last night’s, at least in my opinion.

      I was thrilled to hear Tubular Bells/God/Running Up That Hill. I’ve heard the boots and this keeps getting better. The flashing red lights and flickering chandelier added to the ominous feel of this rendition.

      The highlight for me was the solo section with Beauty Queen/Horses, Icicle and Lust. While I heard Icicle on the Sinful Attraction tour, it was great to finally hear this song solo. Tori played both the electric keyboard and the piano during most of it, switching to just piano during the I could have, I should have bridge.

      Beauty Queen was more intense than I was expecting, as was Running to Stand Still. The arrangement for Hey Jupiter is so rich. Normally I don’t care to hear it but I love how Tori plays the piano in this version.

      I’m sure some people were not thrilled to hear Leather and Spring Haze two nights in a row, I was ecstatic to hear Spring Haze again. I don’t think I will tire of this song, especially in its current format.

      After she played China, Tori introduced Multitude Of Shades and said she plans to “occupy Washington” and sing to them “Do you need a woman to look after you.”

      I was hoping to hear something other than Big Wheel to close the set, but it was still an energetic performance. Tonight was a great bookend to my short tour experience for the year. To those who are seeing her on this tour, enjoy!

    2. Aaron Letourneau says:

      I have seen Tori at least 5 times. Last night was the best performance I have seen! The Quartett seemed overpowering in the video posts I have watched – but they were not at all – they added a ton of energy – they were amazing also.

      Tori’s voice was amazing! I was blown away by Hey Jupiter – the best arrangement of that song I have ever heard. Spring Haze was AMAZING – not one of my favorite album songs – but she rocked it live. Beauty Queen/Horses is one of my favorite songs – and she was really feeling it. Icicle and Snow Cherries were also highlights. I have never seen Snow cherries live. Running to stand still knocked my socks off! I don’t think I have ever heard that song – she put so much energy into it – it was mind blowing.

      My first time in New York City – the Beacon was Beautiful! The people sitting around us were really nice. We took the train back to the hotel – all went so smooth!

      I think it was during Fearlessness and Girl Disappearing – there was this bright blinding spotlight shining at the crowd. I thought they just had it on for the Quartett to get set up again – but then it stayed on for two songs. When I say bright – I mean blinding. Lucky for me the person in front of me was tall and I could hide behind him for the second song.. Then the light went off thank goodness.

      It was really nice to see Tori get up and talk about occupying Washington! She had so much energy.

      Ending the song with Big Wheel was awesome! The crowd was really into it. I love the fact that on the encore you can get out of your seat and get a closer look! It was a lot of fun to be closer to the stage for a few songs and see Tori up close!

      Going to Boston Tuesday night! CAN’T WAIT!

    3. Andrea says:

      If you’re a fan of Tori and her music you can not miss this tour. The quartet is stunning and so gifted. I had waited anxiously for Star Whisperer and it was as over the top amazing as I thought it would be. I’m sure I’m not the only one who teared up during this one. Personal highlights… um – everything! It was a perfect magical night in NYC.

    4. Mandalina says:

      I am still in awe of the manifestation of this woman’s incredible talent. Running to Stand Still was one of the greatest concert moments in NYC history.

    5. Andrew K says:

      I was at this show in NYC (as well as Friday’s NYC show, and the Philly show), and I can say that this is my favorite Tori tour ever. The collaborations with the quartet are POWERFUL, and Tori is in fine voice and fine form on the solo performances as well.

      For me, the twin highlights of this show were the amazing cover of “Running to Stand Still” and the solo performance of “Lust.”

      It hasn’t been mentioned here yet, but it should be said that “Lust” included new lyrics in the bridge.

      After Tori sang “and the veil tears and rages till her voices are remembered And his secrets can be told,” she added this:

      Remember remember remember,
      She says, she said to me,
      Remember remember remember,
      Your scattered pieces that are in reach,
      Remember remember remember,
      Her version that you seek,
      Remember remember remember,
      She said, she said, she said, hey you, gender nectar…

      And then she continued the song as written.

      This was POWERFUL. The unexpected additions really spoke to me, and I have been considering all weekend which of my scattered pieces remain within reach, if that makes any sense.

      You should watch the YouTube video above if you’re interested in how it sounded, and thanks to whoever did the filming.

    6. Psyryn says:

      After the Philly show, the bar was set rather high. I ended up putting that bar up way more higher because she literally started to play the entire same set from Philly…until Girl Disappearing I was getting a little worried this would be the ADP – Santa incident all over again! Well, I had a joyous time sitting in crap seats, with an ever revolving barrage of drunk people going back and forth from their seats, to the door, to the bar, bathroom and then standing behind behind my seat talking to the point where security had to push them into the lobby. But security guard two was prowling so much that he was checking each row to tell people to turn off the cameras, even shouted at one guy disrupting the whole back area (oh but that guy deserved it). I have no idea what it is with the New York crowd that they feel they need to get plastered to enjoy a Tori show…? With all that distraction and a relatively similar set, it was hard to connect with her at this show.

      Icicle, awesome. God/Running up that hill – brilliant. I really, really enjoy hearing Hey Jupiter with the ‘Dakota’ lyrics, it’s awesome with the quartet. Nothing was really tugging at my heartstrings until China – very nicely done. But when she cranked out Siren, the tears began to flow!

      To the Fab Four – they are amazing! Their sound has really enhanced her classic songs and opened a new door for some future classics.

      Also, kids, I know we all want to capture Tori on camera for our sonic and visual memories, let’s be polite to the people around you who are tiny and don’t have much of viewing space as is to see Tori without having a f’in camera shoved in their line of sight. :-)

      Intensely crazy marathon few days…on to Bah-stun!

    7. Marcel says:

      This was an amazing show. As I am also a lifelong Kate Bush fan, it was incredible to hear Tori cover “Running Up That Hill”. Andrea, I also teared up from the start of Lust to the end of Winter…

    8. Lorraine Eakin says:

      I had reservations about this show because 1) I don’t like to deal with NY driving, NY prices, New Jersey, etc., and 2) it was the third night of performances in a row, which usually means weaker vocals. Worth the drive from Baltimore? Definitely.

      - Beauty Queen/Horses. This was one of the most instense BQs I have seen, followed by one of the loveliest Horses. She didn’t rush through and she played Horses on the keyboard and Bose.

      - Icicle. Remember how, after playing Sugar with the band, her playing of it solo changed? I think Icicle has undergone a similar growth spurt. At the part where the band would kick in on the 2009 tour, there was a pause and adjustment to her playing. For an older song, this sounded very fresh.

      - Lust. I hadn’t thought that this was a song I’d want to see. I was wrong. This was a lusher, fuller version than I’ve ever heard. I had goosebumps. During this song I realized that her left hand has a lot to do with how wonderful this tour has been. The intense bass that she plays on certain songs (like Anastasia) has been there in every song.

      - Running To Stand Still – one of the few covers I was interested in seeing and hadn’t yet seen. One of my favorites. She sang the crescendo twice and I didn’t mind – it was twice as nice!

      - Bells For Her. I’m overusing “intense” on this tour, but what else is there to say? This performance was not phoned in by any means. Beautiful.

      - Josephine is welcome at any party, as far as I’m concerned, and Snow Cherries was lovely and different with the strings.

      I enjoyed seeing some repeats – Spring Haze and Siren had both been played already this tour, but again, they can come to any party any day. On the other hand…tonight’s Big Wheel was the only thing I’ve seen so far this tour that was off. Again, it was the end of a three-day stretch, but it was a sloppy version. A very small complaint about a spectacular run of shows!!

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