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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

    Wiener Konzerthaus

    Unrepentant Geraldines Tour

    Date June 06, 2014
    City Vienna, Austria
    Venue Wiener Konzerthaus
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    Setlist

    Thanks to @lenoreva and @dieGamon for sending us the setlist as it happened!

    • Parasol
    • Purple People
    • Cloud On My Tongue
    • Taxi Ride
    • Invisible Boy
    • Playboy Mommy
    • Little Earthquakes
    • Jackie’s Strength
    • Weatherman

    Lizard Lounge

    • My Favorite Things (The Sound Of Music)
    • Smells Like Teen Spirit [Nirvana]

    • Josephine
    • Bells For Her
    • Garlands
    • In The Springtime Of His Voodoo
    • Cornflake Girl

    Encore

    • Precious Things
    • Winter
    • Father Lucifer
    • Hey Jupiter

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    Reviews

    1. Thunderpanda says:

      Loved especially the first half of the setlist. So lucky to get my personal favorites Taxi Ride and Playboy Mommy. This version and performance of Taxi Ride was so strong, superior and effortless compared to the other ones since 2007 that I wouldn’t have believed it possible. All through the concert, Tori’s voice was brilliant, by far the best that I have heard. I’ve been to the ADP, AATS and NOH tours, and the general level of confidence and unstrained vocals in 2014 is a staggering contrast.

      I was a bit miffed to get those two covers for Lizard Lounge, as I don’t consider My Favorite Things to be a “real” song, and although the crowd absolutely adored Smells Like Teen Spirit, it’s the third time I’ve heard it, I think.

      Super excited for great renditions of Parasol and Garlands – it’s contributing to some much needed Beekeeper love.

      Cornflake Girl with the backing track seemed to please the general audience, but I felt it was a huge disconnect from the rest of the show. But I guess after that initial setlist with less known favorites, the more casual fans “deserved” to get a trio of Cornflake Girl, Precious Things and Winter all in a row.

      Hey Jupiter closed out, and also the third time I’ve heard this one – but it was so good that I didn’t mind. Absolutely stunning.

      On a sidenote, the concert venue was by no means sold out, I noticed. If I had to guess, it was perhaps only 70-75% filled. That was kind of distracting! I hope it goes well financially despite… It was such a good performance!

    2. Vanda says:

      What follows is a totally personal account of the Vienna gig.

      It was my second show and my first meet and greet. Well, I totally messed up the meet and greet, there’s just no way you can get it right the first time, I guess. :-) I had a few not too original but well-meaning thoughts jotted down in my head but when I eventually got there, I was only able to mutter one or two crappy sentences, say my song request, and then leave the scene in a hurry. I also had my ticket from the Gold Dust Tour signed. No photo was taken, which I feel bad about in retrospect, but maybe another time… It’s funny how the whole experience is blurred in my head and how little visual memory I have of how it all went… I guess it’s different for the second, third, etc. time but my advice to first timers would be to try not to get too carried away/controlled by your anxiety when the big encounter happens, try to live “in” the moment, try to see and feel and hear then and there, because that moment will never come back. One more thought on the meet and greet: it was touching to experience first-hand how much Tori cares about her fans, meaning how patient (and professional) she is. Seeing her jot down song requests in a notebook is an inconceivably human act for an artist of her status, I totally love her all the more for it.

      With all the lessons learned from the afternoon, I approached the evening event with a more conscious mindset. I was sitting in the third row on the right, which was great — being able to observe Tori “in action” from pretty close up totally added an extra dimension (as expected). The setlist for me personally could’ve been more cathartic, but that’s not a complaint, I enjoyed every minute of the show (and wished it would never end). It was great to see Tori give her 200% and her voice was also in brilliant form, full of energy, full of strength. I also loved the local reference, the song from the Sound of Music, I think it was an intelligent (to me unpredictable) choice, rendered in a loveable way. There were also references to her Bosendorfer coming home and being taken care of like nowhere else. My song request didn’t get played but I got a compliment on my choice from a fellow (seemingly seasoned) fan at the meet and greet, which was a nice moment for me.

      All in all, awesome show, Tori in good mood and totally rocking it, another memory for me to keep revisiting on rainy days. :-)

    3. matthias says:

      well, to be honest, i liked the next show in linz much more than this one in vienna.

      yes, she played many big smashers like precious things, little earthquakes, winter – but i was more happy about playing secret spell (my request!) and, of course the conchita-cover, in linz.

      i also did not like the acoustic scene that much – but maybe this is due to my place at the estrada left.

      i really enjoyed jackie’s strength, cloud on my tongue, taxi ride and cornflake girl. but my real highlight was the 1st m&g ever, i still can not believe that this happened! it’s soo unusual..

    4. Groovie says:

      It was a great show with a crowd-pleasing setlist.
      Her voice was amazing and she gave everything – especially during Little Earthquakes, Taxi Ride and Garlands – those were also my Highlights. oh, and Father Lucifer, which was great to hear. She did the middle-finger move during the “…never gain weight” part :)

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