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    Tori is touring in 2017 to support the release of Native Invader. The European legs runs from early September through early October and the North American leg runs from late October to early December. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.

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    Den Atlier

    Night Of Hunters Tour

    Date October 04, 2011
    City Luxembourg
    Venue Den Atlier


    (This setlist was not covered live on Twitter. Many thanks to Mario and melanie for winging this over to us from the corners of the cyberether.)

    • Shattering Sea
    • Way Down
    • Suede
    • Snow Cherries From France
    • Girl Disappearing
    • Here In My Head (solo)
    • Silent All These Years (solo)
    • Mr Zebra (solo
    • Graveyard
    • Siren
    • Cloud on my Tongue
    • Star Whisperer
    • Northern Lad (solo)
    • Personal Jesus [Depeche Mode Cover] (solo)
    • Leather (solo)
    • Cruel
    • “Piano” improv
    • Nautical Twilight
    • Baker Baker
    • Fearlessness

    Encore I:

    • A Multitude of Shades
    • Carry

    Encore 2-

    • Caught A Lite Sneeze (solo)
    • Not the Red Baron (solo)
    • Your Ghost
    • Winter


    1. Lee Chaix says:

      I was lucky enough to be at the Luxembourg concert last night, and it was an incredible show. The venue is a standing room only club – very small (I have no idea how Tori and the quartet were able to navigate around the Bosey!), but that led to a very intimate feeling. Personal highlights for me were Here. In My Head, Siren, Northern Lad, and Winter. The quartet is outstanding, and A Multitude of Shades is really a fun song.

      Tori was wearing a green tunic, black leggings, and fabulous silver peep-toe heels. Her tunic buttoned in the back – and unfortunately came unbuttoned during the show (at one point, a crew member came on stage to refasten it for her, and during the encores, it was clear the back had been pinned together).

      Truly, the entire evening was fantastic. The crowd was engaged but polite (no pushing or shoving, as can sometimes happen at standing room shows), the sound was good, and Tori was in great voice for the entire 2+ hour show – the high notes on Northern Lad and Siren really soared. I do miss her talking to the audience – no stories last night, just music – but overall, a wonderful concert experience. I’m so grateful I was able to attend!

    2. sidner says:

      as soon as I got to the stage, as soon as I understood that I’m standing like two metres away from Tori, I told myself, no matter which songs get played, it will be awesome. Awesome it was!
      (fashionwise, she opted for a jeanslike dark-blue leggings and turquoise shirt, so no horrible mauve curtains or diva black gowns, she was very natural and simple, halfway through the show the shirt got unpinned, it was so 1998, her outfit, jeans, stilettos, a simple black tanktop =)

      The setlist seemed very similar to those played in Russia, but I really enjoyed solo parts, Northern Lad, CALS and Here. In My Head were very beautiful, especially towards the end, when she started even to roar! Quartet was beyond any comparison, perfect, I adored Fearlessness and Shattering Sea, I could even feel the wind of this sonic storm they managed to create with Tori on stage. Cruel and Siren were very powerful, whereas Baker Baker and Cloud on my Tongue delicate and tender.

      Personal Jesus first seemed a bit out of place, but Tori said that solo songs are played mainly by requests (“now request time!” she said), and for a little club like Den Atelier, this cover matched perfectly well, she didn’t miss to include a little Body and Soul snippet like last year. She’s in great vocal (and physical) form this year, just like during the last year’s short tour. The same power and the same sharpness in the voice, no more meaowwing and chewing all the vowels, just very clear and accurate singing.

      Before the show there was a meet’n‘greet, very intimate and calm, I asked Tori for a song for the third time in my life, and now she played it for me and for my Mum (no, she was not present)! I almost thought she wouldn’t do it, since it’s kind of rare and she already played a lot of little BFP gems, like Graveyard and Mr Zebra, but after CALS she quickly turned back to her piano and started Not The Red Baron. I was so happy! It was like there was no one except her and me in the theatre, I was standing so close to Tori, watching her in the eyes, listening to her playing this song, which brings so much peace to me when I’m in trouble. It was an incredible moment! She started playing this sad marche fun├Ębre right away, without a long intro she usually plays (generally I had a feeling that she tries to stick as many songs as possible in the show this tour, except for a beautiful improv before Nautical Twilight, she was very quick to “enter” the song), she sang it just like I wanted it to be. I guess I’ll always remember this particular concert. I just soooooo need a video of NTRB or a boot..

      This was my only concert this year, I don’t regret having chosen Luxembourg, it’s such an intimate venue, it gives you a very strange and spectacular feeling of “sharing” the space with Tori. Woooh!! And it was exactly two years away from my first ever Tori concert (Paris 2009)

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