Tori Amos Ticket Giveaway!

Get ready, TORI AMOS will be playing live at the Fillmore Miami Beach on Sunday, August 24th! She’ll be joined by Trevor Moss and Hannah Lou on this stop of the Unrepentant Geraldines Tour.

Tickets are already on sale, but we’re giving you a chance to win a pair right here! Just leave a comment below with a valid email address and we’ll select a winner at random Thursday at 11am. No duplicate entries, but feel free to tell your family and friends. Good luck!


38 thoughts on “Tori Amos Ticket Giveaway!

  1. I used to dance around to “Happy Phantom” when I was 5…love Tori! such a talent, and unique songwriter and performer!

  2. Tori’s set in Toronto a few years ago was all I could ask after a long business week: magic did its wonders. Should be a joy to watch her play live back home after so many years!

  3. An amazing former English teacher introduced me to Tori’s music. Would LOVE to win her these tickets as a huge thank you for everything she did for me that year!

  4. She’s been playing lots of my favorites on this tour, would love to hear some Little Earthquake tracks.

  5. Tori is simply amazing! Would love to go and take my goddaughter who is a fan! This would be her 1st concert!!! 🙂

  6. She will always be my favorite. Her music was the soundtrack to my adolescence. Can’t wait to see her again! <3

  7. Well of course I would like to go see Tori Amos.
    She is stunning at 50. Her new album rocks. She is playing a great balance between records this tour! Why wouldn’t you want to go see her?!?
    Ohh yeah. Because I’m broke. Lol. Life is still good though!
    Tori Amos is amazing. She is going to sound awesome.
    Good Night

  8. Have all of Tori’s music, but never been fortunate enough to catch her live. Hope this is my opportunity! 🙂

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