Alanis Morissette Manchester 2022: date of AO Arena gig, ticket information - and setlist

The Canadian singer has 10 studio albums to her name and she’s back on the road again.

Canadian singing sensation Alanis Morissette is bringing her 2022 UK tour to Manchester this week.

The singer is out touring to mark the 25th anniversary of her iconic studio album ‘Jagged Little Pill’.

Ahead of the Manchester show, here’s all you need to know about how you can get tickets nd which songs could be performed by the singer.

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    When does Alanis Morissette perform in Manchester?

    Singer Alanis Morissette performs the national anthem before the start of the game between the San Antonio Spurs of the Detroit Pistons

    Alanis Morissette comes to Manchester on Saturday, 25 June 2022.  She is set to perform at the AO Arena.

    Where else will she perform?

    As part of the ‘Jagged Little Pill’ anniversary tour, Alanis will play six dates in five UK cities.

    The full list of tour dates, including the date in Manchester, is:

    19 June - Glasgow, OVO Hydro

    23 June - Birmingham, Utilita Arena

    24 June - Leeds, First Direct Arena

    25 June - Manchester, AO Arena

    28 June - London, O2 Arena

    29 June - London, O2 Arena

    Can I get tickets?

    Tickets for the Alanis Morissette gig in Manchester are still available around some sections of the AO Arena.

    Prices start at £52, and this is for a ticket in the upper tier of the arena.

    To check out the full list of available tickets, visit the AO Arena website for more details.

    Alanis Morissette Credit: Getty

    What is the setlist?

    The tour is underway, therefore we can piece together the probable setlist for the AO Arena in Manchester.

    Below is the setlist Alanis Morisette played at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow on 19 June 2022, this is according to

    • All I Really Want
    • Hand in My Pocket
    • Right Through You
    • You Learn
    • Hands Clean(Segue 1)
    • Forgiven
    • Everything(Segue 2)
    • Mary Jane
    • Diagnosis(Segue 3)
    • Reasons I Drink
    • Head Over Feet
    • So Unsexy(Segue 4)
    • Ablaze
    • Nemesis(Segue 4½)
    • Perfect
    • Losing the Plot(Segue 5)
    • Wake Up
    • Not the Doctor
    • Ironic((Dedicated to Taylor Hawkins)
    • Sympathetic Character(Segue 6)
    • Smiling
    • I Remain(Segue 7)
    • You Oughta Know


    • Your House
    • Uninvited
    • Thank U

    Who is the support act?

    The support act for all of the UK tour dates is English folk singer songwriter Beth Orton.

    Orton was born in Norfolk in 1970 but her family moved to London when she was 14-years-old.

    She has been nominated for many awards, including winning British Female Solo Artist at the 2000 Brit Awards.

    Beth Orton has released seven studio albums during her career, including her most recent which was released this year.

    The seven albums are Superpinkymandy (1993), Trailer Park (1996), Central Reservation (1999), Daybreaker (2002), Comfort of Strangers (2006), Sugaring Season (2012), Kidsticks (2016) and Weather Alive (2022).

    Who is Alanis Morissete?

    Alanis Morissette is a singer songwriter who was born in Ottawa, Canada, in 1974.

    Her career took off in the early 1990s with two albums, and her rocking 1995 release ‘Jagged Little Pill’ has gone on to sell 33 million records worldwide.

    In total, Morissette has released no fewer than 10 studio albums between 1991 and the present day.

    These albums are Alanis (1991), Now Is the Time (1992), Jagged Little Pill (1995), Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (1998), Under Rug Swept (2002), So-Called Chaos (2004), Flavors of Entanglement (2008), Havoc and Bright Lights (2012), Such Pretty Forks in the Road (2020) and The Storm Before the Calm (2022)