Night of Hunters tour

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Night of Hunters Tour
Tour by Tori Amos
Associated album Night of Hunters
Start dateSeptember 28, 2011
End dateDecember 22, 2011
Legs3
No. of shows27 in Europe
4 in Africa
14 in North America
45 in total
Tori Amos concert chronology

The Night of Hunters Tour was the eleventh world concert tour by American singer-songwriter Tori Amos in support of her twelfth studio album Night of Hunters . [1] During the tour Amos was supported by the Apollon Musagète Quartett, making this her first tour with a string quartet. [2] As well as playing select songs from Night of Hunters, Amos played various songs from her back catalogue rearranged by her longtime collaborator, John Philip Shenale, to accommodate the string quartet. [3] [4]

Contents

Amos was accompanied by the string quartet on every leg of the tour except in South Africa, where she performed solo with her Bösendorfer piano. [5]

Songs

Amos is known for changing her setlist every time she performs. The following songs were performed more than 40% of the time. [6]

Tour dates

DateCityCountryVenue
Europe
September 28, 2011 Helsinki Finland Ice Hall
September 30, 2011 Saint Petersburg Russia Oktyabrsky Hall
October 2, 2011 Moscow Crocus Hall
October 4, 2011 Luxembourg Luxembourg Den Atelier
October 5, 2011 Paris France Le Grand Rex
October 7, 2011 Milan Italy Teatro Arcimboldi
October 8, 2011 Rome Auditorium Parco della Musica
October 10, 2011 Hamburg Germany Laieszhalle
October 11, 2011 Berlin Tempodrom
October 13, 2011 Warsaw Poland Sala Kongresowa
October 15, 2011 Eindhoven Netherlands Muziekgebouw
October 17, 2011 Amsterdam Carre
October 18, 2011
October 20, 2011 Oslo Norway Sentrum Scene
October 21, 2011 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Danish Theatre
October 22, 2011
October 24, 2011 Lucerne Switzerland Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre
October 25, 2011 Vienna Austria Stadthalle F
October 26, 2011 Frankfurt Germany Alte Oper
October 28, 2011 Antwerp Belgium QEH
October 29, 2011 Brussels Bozar
October 31, 2011 Essen GermanyPhilharmonie
November 2, 2011 London United Kingdom Royal Albert Hall
November 3, 2011 Hammersmith Apollo
November 4, 2011 Manchester Manchester Apollo
November 6, 2011 Glasgow Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
November 8, 2011 Belfast Waterfront Hall
November 9, 2011 Dublin Ireland Grand Canal Theatre
Africa
November 12, 2011 Johannesburg South Africa Theatre of Marcelius at Emperors Casino
November 13, 2011
November 14, 2011
November 17, 2011 Cape Town Grand Arena and Grand West Casino
North America
December 1, 2011 Philadelphia United States Academy of Music
December 2, 2011 New York City Beacon Theatre
December 3, 2011
December 5, 2011 Washington, D.C. Constitution Hall
December 6, 2011 Boston Orpheum Theatre
December 8, 2011 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
December 10, 2011 Chicago United States Chicago Theatre
December 13, 2011 Vancouver Canada Orpheum
December 14, 2011 Seattle United States Paramount Theatre
December 16, 2011 Oakland Paramount Theatre
December 17, 2011 Los Angeles Orpheum Theatre
December 18, 2011
December 21, 2011 Austin Bass Concert Hall
December 22, 2011 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

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