Garbage Brings The Rain And Nostalgia With An Unforgettable Show In Detroit

One of the most anticipated tours in recent memory has been Alanis Morissette’s ‘Jagged Little Pill Anniversary Tour’. The tour was originally scheduled for June 2020, but as we all know the music industry came to a standstill due to the pandemic, which was shortly before the tour was to take place. And while many of us were uncertain what would happen in 2021, the dates were rescheduled and are now currently taking place.

The DTE Energy Music Theatre was packed and filled with nostalgia with many fans dressed in those late 90s alternative styles. Garbage took to the stage and gave and put on a memorable show. The band played some of their most beloved deep-cut hits throughout the years, as well as a number of tracks from their latest album, ‘No Gods Matter’, which was released this year.  This release also comes as the band recently announced that their third studio album, ‘Beautiful Garbage,’ will be reissued to celebrate the record’s 20th anniversary.

The night is certainly going to be one to remember for fans in Motor City, as the legendary alternative group not only put on a memorable show, but shortly after, the outdoor theater was hit with a thunderstorm and a downpouring of rain, delaying Alanises set, which one might say is a bit, ironic.

Tickets for the remaining dates are available via the band’s website, so be sure to check them out, and definitely do not miss out on this tour if it comes to a city near you.


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