Alison Moyet announces fall world tour
Alison Moyet

This fall, singer-songwriter Alison Moyet will be hitting the road. The multifaceted performer’s world tour will be comprised of three legs, beginning in North America this September before moving to the Australia and New Zealand in October. Moyet’s tour will then transition to the United Kingdom and Ireland for a series of shows that will run from late October through November. The tour will then conclude with a round of dates that will run through the month of Dec. Moyet is touring in support of her upcoming ninth studio album, Other, which will be released on June 17.

Moyet got her start in the music industry is one-half of the hugely influential synthpop group Yazoo. After Yazoo broke up in 1983, Moyet embraced on a solo career with the release of her excellent debut album, 1984’s Alf. Sadly, a dispute with her record label derailed Moyet’s career in the early ‘90s, and she didn’t release any new albums in the eight years following the release of 1994’s Essex. Thankfully, Moyet has since resolved her label issues and has been steadily releasing fantastic pop records in the new millennium.

Alison Moyet’s upcoming tour dates

Sept. 11 – Washington DC – Sixth and I
Sept. 12 – Philadelphia, PA – The Trocadero Theatre (Click here to get tickets)
Sept. 13 – Boston, MA – Royale (Click here to get tickets)
Sept. 15 – New York, NY – Webster Hall
Sept. 17 – Toronto, ON – The Danforth Music Hall
Sept. 19 – Chicago, IL – Park West
Sept. 20 – Fine Line Music Café – Minneapolis, MN
Sept. 22 – Portland, OR – Star Theater
Sept. 23 – Seattle, WA – The Showbox (Click here to get tickets)
Sept. 25 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
Sept. 26 – San Diego, CA – Music Box
Sept. 27 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theater (Click here to get tickets)
Oct. 4 – Perth, AU – Riverside Theatre
Oct. 6 – Adelaide, AU – Entertainment Centre Theatre
Oct. 7 – Melbourne, AU – Margaret Court Arena
Oct. 9– Sydney, AU – Enmore Theatre
Oct. 10 – Brisbane, AU – Convention Centre
Oct. 13 – Wellington, NZ – Michael Fowler Centre
Oct. 14 – Auckland, NZ – ASB Theatre
Oct. 16– Christchurch, NZ – Isaac Theatre
Oct. 27 – Cork, IE – Opera House
Oct. 28 – Dublin, IE – Olympia Theatre
Oct. 29 – Belfast, UK– Ulster Hall
Oct. 31 – Gateshead, UK– Sage
Nov. 1 – Glasgow, UK– Royal Concert Hall
Nov. 2 – Edinburgh, UK– Usher Hall
Nov. 4 – Ipswich, UK– Regent Theatre
Nov. 5 – Reading, UK– Hexagon
Nov. 7 – Oxford, UK– New Theatre
Nov. 8 – Brighton, UK – The Dome
Nov. 9 – Birmingham, UK– Symphony Hall
Nov. 11 – Southend, UK – Cliffs Pavilion
Nov. 12 – Cambridge, UK– Corn Exchange
Nov. 14 – London, UK – The Palladium
Nov. 16 – Bournemouth, UK – Pavilion Theatre
Nov. 18 – Cardiff, UK – St David’s Hall
Nov. 19 – York, UK– Barbican
Nov. 20– Liverpool, UK– Royal Philharmonic Hall
Nov. 22 – Manchester, UK– Bridgewater Hall
Nov. 23 – Bristol, UK – Colston Hall
Nov. 24 – Warwick, UK– Arts Centre
Nov. 26 – Nottingham, UK– Royal Concert Hall
Nov. 28– Aylesbury, UK – Waterside Theatre
Nov. 28 – Southampton, UK – 02 Guildhall
Dec. 3 – Oslo, Norway – Rockefeller
Dec. 4 – Odense, Denmark – Odeon
Dec. 5 – Stockholm, Sweden – Berns
Dec. 7 – Antwerp, Belgium – De Roma
Dec. 8– Amsterdam, Holland – Paradiso
Dec. 9 – Cologne, Germany – Kantine
Dec. 11 – Berlin, Germany – Huxleys Neue Welt
Dec. 12– Hamburg, Germany – Gruenspan
Dec. 13 – Aschaffenburg, Germany – Colos–Saal
Dec. 15 – Karlsruhe, Germany – Substage
Dec. 16 – Vienna, Austria – SIMM City
Dec. 17 – Milan, Italy – Fabrique
Dec. 19 – Zürich, Switzerland – x–tra
Dec. 20 – Paris, France – L’Alhambra