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|Tour by Alanis Morissette and Tori Amos|
|Start date||August 18, 1999|
|End date||September 26, 1999|
|No. of shows||28 in North America |
The 5 ½ Weeks Tourwas a co-headlined concert tour by singer-songwriters Alanis Morissette and Tori Amos. The tour promoted Morissette's album Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie and Amos's album To Venus and Back .
|August 18, 1999||Fort Lauderdale||United States||NCR Arena|
|August 20, 1999||Tampa||Ice Palace Arena|
|August 21, 1999||Atlanta||Lakewood Amphitheater|
|August 22, 1999||Nashville||Starwood Amphitheatre|
|August 24, 1999||Charlotte||Blockbuster Pavilion|
|August 25, 1999||Columbia||Merriweather Post Pavilion|
|August 27, 1999||Camden||E Centre|
|August 28, 1999||Holmdel Township||PNC Bank Arts Center|
|August 29, 1999||Saratoga Springs||Saratoga Performing Arts Center|
|August 31, 1999||Mansfield||Tweeter Center|
|September 1, 1999||Wantagh||Jones Beach|
|September 3, 1999||Darien||Darien Lake|
|September 4, 1999||Columbus||Polaris Amphitheater|
|September 5, 1999||Noblesville||Deer Creek|
|September 7, 1999||Toronto||Canada||Molson Amphitheatre|
|September 8, 1999||Cuyahoga Falls||United States||Blossom Music Center|
|September 10, 1999||Burgettstown||Starlake Amphitheater|
|September 11, 1999||Tinley Park||New World Music Theatre|
|September 12, 1999||Clarkston||Pine Knob Music Theatre|
|September 14, 1999||Cincinnati||Riverbend Music Center|
|September 15, 1999||Milwaukee||Marcus Amphitheater|
|September 16, 1999||Minneapolis||Target Center|
|September 19, 1999||Concord||Concord Pavilion|
|September 20, 1999||Bakersfield||Centennial Garden|
|September 22, 1999||Phoenix||America West Arena|
|September 24, 1999||Las Vegas||Mandalay Bay Events Center|
|September 25, 1999||Irvine||Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre|
|September 26, 1999|
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