Alanis Morissette has been blown away by fans for canceling her Australian tour after a delay of almost three years.
Ticket holders were disappointed on Wednesday when the Canadian-American singer, 48, announced that her performances booked for November in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney “couldn’t be done”. ” because of “scheduling problems”.
The tour has been postponed three times since its originally scheduled start date in 2020, with Covid-19 travel restrictions being the cause.
Alanis Morissette (pictured on stage in London, England, in March 2020) was blown away by fans for canceling her Australian tour after a nearly three-year postponement
‘Rub! I was actually informed about this. Waited two years for him to come. In my opinion your excuse is BS’, one angry fan wrote on Facebook.
‘Just another artist who put the Oz tour in the ‘too difficult’ basket. Strange three years. I got tickets for my wife’s birthday, pointing to her favorite singer ever, and we just got, “Too hard, sorry,” said another.
Some fans have questioned how Morissette could blame ‘schedule issues’ as the reason for canceling the tour when she learned of her multi-year commitment.
Ticket holders were disappointed when Morissette, 48, announced that her concerts booked for November in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney “couldn’t be done” due to “scheduling issues” ”
‘This is a thought. If you have a SCHEDULE to get to a place, don’t book anything all at once! ‘ wrote one person.
‘Why not? Some people will spend a lot of money to fly and use up their annual leave,’ another pressed.
Some accused Morissette of ‘neglecting’ her Australian fans, with one post: ‘Cancel [the] Your tour of Australia after tickets were purchased more than two years ago and rescheduled multiple times is just a complete disrespect to your fans. What a funny story.’
Some accused Morissette (pictured in 2019) of ‘neglecting’ her Australian fans, with one posting: ‘Cancel [the] Your tour of Australia after tickets were purchased more than two years ago and rescheduled multiple times is just a complete disrespect to your fans. What a funny story’
Morissette’s canceled concerts are part of a world tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of her classic album Jagged Little Pill.
Her manager also announced the cancellation of performances in New Zealand and the Philippines, and advised fans to receive a refund for their tickets.
Ticket holders for Morissette’s shows in Australia received a text message from tour operator Live Nation explaining that concerts had been canceled due to ‘unprecedented logistical challenges’. of the world tour in 2022′.
Ticket holders for Morissette’s shows in Australia received this message from tour operator Live Nation explaining that concerts had been canceled due to ‘unprecedented challenges in world tour in 2022’
The seven-time Grammy Award-winner apologized to concertgoers in messages, telling fans she was “disgusted” about the canceled gigs.
‘I love you all and will be back as soon as possible. Until then, hold on tight,’ she said.
This is the second time the singer, best known for her worldwide hits Ironic and You Ougha Know, has canceled her Australian tour in the past two and a half years.
The canceled concerts were part of a world tour commemorating the 25th anniversary of Morissette’s classic album Jagged Little Pill. Image: Morissette on stage in Glasgow this week
Morissette was scheduled to perform in Australia in 2020 but shows have been postponed and rescheduled due to COVID.
The singer made headlines last year after she appeared in an HBO documentary celebrating her rise to fame.
Morissette declined, calling the feature, called Jagged, ‘great’ and ‘minimized’.
The feature-length film focuses on the 1995 release of her breakthrough third studio album Jagged Little Pill.
But its release comes after Alanis claimed she was ‘lulled into a false sense of security’ after being approached by the director while suffering from postpartum depression during the lockdown.
This is the second time that the male singer has canceled his Down Under tour in the past two years. Image: Morissette at the height of her fame in 1995
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