Junkie Tour

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Junkie Tour
Tour by Alanis Morissette
Junkie Tour.jpg
Promotional poster for tour
Associated albumSupposed Former Infatuation Junkie
Start dateAugust 10, 1998 (1998-08-10)
End dateDecember 18, 1999 (1999-12-18)
Legs10
No. of shows54 in North America
36 in Europe
13 in Asia
12 in Australasia
8 in South America
3 in Africa
126 Total
Alanis Morissette concert chronology

The Junkie Tour (also known as Dhanyavad Tour) is the second concert tour by Canadian American recording artist, Alanis Morissette. The tour promoted her fourth studio album, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie. Beginning October, the tour played over 100 shows in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Africa. Morissette took a break in the tour to co-headline a North American tour with American recording artist, Tori Amos. The tour was known as the 5 ½ Weeks Tour. The tour was extended into places she had never toured in 2000, where it became known as the One Tour.

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

This set list is representative of the performance in San Jose. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.[15]

  1. "Building Steam with a Grain of Salt" (Intro)
  2. "Baba"
  3. "Would Not Come"
  4. "Joining You"
  5. "Hand in My Pocket"
  6. "Are You Still Mad"
  7. "Sympathetic Character"
  8. "Perfect"
  9. "You Learn"
  10. "Forgiven"
  11. "I Was Hoping"
  12. "So Pure"
  13. "That I Would Be Good"
  14. "All I Really Want"
  15. "You Oughta Know"
  16. "Uninvited"

Encore 1

  1. "Thank U"
  2. "Ironic"

Encore 2

  1. "Unsent"
  2. "Heart of the House"
  3. "UR"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[16]
January 30, 1999 New Orleans United States UNO Lakefront Arena
February 1, 1999 Atlanta Fox Theatre
February 2, 1999
February 4, 1999 Birmingham Boutwell Memorial Auditorium
February 6, 1999 Chapel Hill Carmichael Auditorium
February 7, 1999 Richmond Landmark Theater
February 9, 1999 Fairfax Patriot Center
February 11, 1999 Amherst Mullins Center
February 12, 1999 Portland Cumberland County Civic Center
February 13, 1999 Philadelphia First Union Center
February 15, 1999 Cleveland Gund Arena
February 16, 1999 Cincinnati The Crown
February 18, 1999 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
February 19, 1999 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena
February 21, 1999 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
February 22, 1999 Boston FleetCenter
Europe[16]
March 1, 1999 London England Shepherd's Bush Empire
March 2, 1999 Paris France Le Grand Rex
North America[16]
March 7, 1999 Minneapolis United States Target Center
March 9, 1999 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
March 10, 1999 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
March 11, 1999 Indianapolis Market Square Arena
March 14, 1999 St. Louis Kiel Center
March 15, 1999 Kansas City Kemper Arena
March 17, 1999 Dallas Reunion Arena
March 18, 1999 Houston Compaq Center
March 21, 1999 Phoenix Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion
March 23, 1999 Denver McNichols Sports Arena
March 24, 1999 West Valley City E Center
March 26, 1999 Nampa Idaho Center
March 27, 1999 Yakima Yakima SunDome
March 29, 1999 Seattle KeyArena
March 30, 1999 Portland Rose Garden Arena
April 1, 1999 San Jose San Jose Arena
April 2, 1999 Las Vegas The Joint
April 3, 1999 San Diego Cox Arena at Aztec Bowl
April 6, 1999 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
April 7, 1999 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
Asia
April 18, 1999 Yokohama Japan Kanagawa Prefectural Civic Hall
April 19, 1999 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
April 21, 1999 Fukuoka Fukuoka Sunpalace
April 23, 1999 Nagoya Century Hall
April 24, 1999 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
April 25, 1999
North America[17]
May 2, 1999 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
May 4, 1999 Calgary Canadian Airlines Saddledome
May 5, 1999 Edmonton Skyreach Centre
May 6, 1999 Saskatoon Saskatchewan Place
May 8, 1999 Winnipeg Winnipeg Arena
May 10, 1999 Sudbury Sudbury Community Arena
May 11, 1999 Toronto Air Canada Centre
May 13, 1999 Quebec City Colisée de Québec
May 14, 1999 Ottawa Corel Centre
May 15, 1999 Montreal Molson Centre
May 17, 1999 Saint John Harbour Station
May 18, 1999 Halifax Halifax Metro Centre
Europe
May 22, 1999[A] Nuremberg Germany Zeppelinfeld
May 23, 1999[B] Nürburg Nürburgring
May 24, 1999 Landgraaf Netherlands Megaland Landgraaf
May 26, 1999 Rotterdam Rotterdam Ahoy
May 27, 1999 Oberhausen Germany Arena Oberhausen
May 28, 1999 Hanover Stadionsporthalle
May 30, 1999 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
May 31, 1999 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
June 2, 1999 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
June 3, 1999 Gothenburg Sweden Scandinavium
June 5, 1999 Stockholm Stockholm Globe Arena
June 8, 1999 Kiel Germany Ostseehalle
June 9, 1999 Berlin Velodrom
June 10, 1999 Dresden Junge Garde
June 13, 1999[C] Amsterdam Netherlands Parkhal RAI
June 14, 1999 Brussels Belgium Forest National
June 15, 1999 Paris France Zénith de Paris
June 16, 1999 Basel Switzerland St. Jakobshalle
June 19, 1999[D] Prague Czech Republic Kemp Džbán
June 20, 1999 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
June 22, 1999 Rome Italy Ex mattatoio
June 23, 1999 Milan FilaForum di Assago
June 25, 1999 Marseille France Le Dôme de Marseille
June 26, 1999 Toulouse Zénith de Toulouse
June 28, 1999 Madrid Spain Sala Riviera
June 29, 1999 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico
July 7, 1999 Newcastle England Telewest Arena
July 8, 1999 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
July 9, 1999 Birmingham NEC Arena
July 11, 1999 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
July 12, 1999
July 14, 1999 London England Wembley Arena
July 15, 1999
July 17, 1999[E] Montreux Switzerland Auditorium Stravinski
North America
July 23, 1999[F] Rome United States Griffiss Air Force Base
Oceania[18]
October 1, 1999 Auckland New Zealand Mount Smart Supertop
October 2, 1999 Wellington Queens Wharf Events Centre
October 5, 1999 Perth Australia Perth Entertainment Centre
October 7, 1999 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
October 8, 1999 Melbourne Centre Court
October 9, 1999
October 11, 1999 Sydney Sydney Super Dome
October 13, 1999 Canberra AIS Arena
October 14, 1999 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
October 15, 1999 Wollongong WIN Entertainment Centre
October 16, 1999
October 18, 1999 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Asia[18]
October 20, 1999 Pasay Philippines Folk Arts Theater
October 22, 1999 Bangkok Thailand Thailand Cultural Centre
October 24, 1999 Wan Chai Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
October 26, 1999 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena
October 28, 1999 Shah Alam Malaysia Stadium Melawati
October 29, 1999 Telok Blangah Singapore Harbour Pavilion
November 1, 1999 Jakarta Indonesia BSJCC Plenary Hall
North America[19]
November 11, 1999 Mexico City Mexico Auditorio Nacional
November 13, 1999
South America[19]
November 18, 1999 Caracas Venezuela Poliedro de Caracas
November 21, 1999 Montevideo Uruguay Velódromo Municipal de Montevideo
November 22, 1999 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
November 23, 1999
November 25, 1999 Santiago Chile Teatro Monumental
November 27, 1999 São Paulo Brazil Credicard Hall
November 28, 1999
November 29, 1999 Rio de Janeiro Metropolitan
Africa[19]
December 3, 1999 North West Province South Africa Sun City Sundome
December 5, 1999 Bellville Bellville Velodrome
December 7, 1999 Durban Kings Park Stadium
North America
December 14, 1999 Los Angeles United States Palace Theater
December 15, 1999[G] Boston Avalon
December 18, 1999 San Juan Puerto Rico Coliseo Roberto Clemente
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A Rock im Park
B Rock am Ring
C Tibetan Freedom Concert[20]
D E.T. Go Jam[21]
E Montreux Jazz Festival[22]
F Woodstock 1999[23]
G Kiss 108 Jingle Ball
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
June 18, 1999 Ljubljana, Slovenia Tivoli Hall Cancelled
November 11, 1999 Mexico City, Mexico Hard Rock Cafe Ciudad de Mexico Moved to the Auditorio Nacional
November 16, 1999 San Juan, Puerto Rico Anfiteatro Luis Muñoz Marín Rescheduled to December 18, 1999 and moved to the Coliseo Roberto Clemente

Band[edit]

  • Guitar: Nick Lashley and Joel Shearer
  • Bass guitar: Chris Chaney
  • Drums: Gary Novak
  • Keyboards: Deron Johnson

References[edit]

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