Tori Amos has announced a UK tour which includes a Liverpool gig at the Philharmonic Hall in March 2023.

Her Ocean To Ocean Tour takes in six dates across the UK and Ireland.  She will be performing with long-time collaborator bassist Jon Evans and renowned UK drummer Ash Soan.

The tour follows the release of Tori Amos’ album Ocean to Ocean at the end of last year and her sell out world tour.  The run of dates culminates in a headline show at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Since the release of her first, career-defining solo album Little Earthquakes, and her number 1 album Under The Pink Tori Amos has been one of the music industry’s most enduring and ingenious artists, with three top 10 albums and the huge hit Professional Widow which remained in the Top 40 for an impressive 15 weeks, continuing to rock clubland for over a decade.

Tori Amos has mixed her commercial pop success with using music to tackle serious issues around the female gender, paving the way for a generation of young female activist popstars. From her depiction of sexual assault in Me and a Gun and her post-9/11 album Scarlet’s Walk to her decidedly feminist stage musical The Light Princess, her work has never shied away from the personal with the political. Native Invader (2017) was formed out of her desire to prove that “We can out-create the destructiveness that is all around us” and her top 40, 2021 album Ocean To Ocean addressed the feelings of lockdown, isolation, family and grief, with a gentle euphoric approach to such potentially dark musings.

When does Tori Amos headline at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall?

Tori Amos headlines at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall on 31 March 2023.  The Liverpool gig is one of six UK and Ireland dates she has announced:
25 March   –   Edinburgh, Queens Hall
27 March   –   Belfast, Ulster Hall
28 March   –   Dublin, 3 Olympia Theatre
31 March   –   Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
1 April   –   Cambridge, Corn Exchange
3 April   –   London, Royal Albert Hall