For a lot of people, wrapping your head around the idea that songs like "You Oughta Know" and "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette came out 25 years ago is (pun intended) a tough and jagged little pill to swallow. But if you can get past that fact and that awful pun, you can celebrate 25 years of Alanis and her iconic album at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford on Monday, July 6th.

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The Jagged Little Pill Tour will also feature some other pioneers of female-led alternative rock. In support of Alanis will be Garbage, who had a slew of memorable hits throughout the 90's, as well as Liz Phair, who was one of the first females played on alt-rock radio when it debuted in the early-90's. As for Alanis, she plans to play her iconic album front-to-back.



Tickets will be on-sale to the general public for this show on Friday, December 13th at 11am. There are two presales for different clubs that you may be part of, more information on those presales can be found here.