Giveaway: Tickets to Jagged Little Pill Musical at Walton Arts Center

You live, you learn, you remember what it’s like to feel truly human at … Jagged Little Pill. This stunning Broadway musical is coming to Walton Arts Center Jan. 23 – 28 with eight performances. We’ve got 2 free tickets to give away for opening night, mamas!

Jagged Little Pill is inspired by seven-time Grammy Award winner Alanis Morissette’s most famous rock album. It has our favorite hits, like “You Oughta Know,” “Head Over Feet,” “Hand In My Pocket” and “Ironic” and includes brand new songs written for the show. Jagged Little Pill features explosive choreography by Tony Award nominee and frequent Beyoncé collaborator Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and the raw power of an onstage band under the Musical Supervision, Orchestrations and Arrangements of Grammy, Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner Tom Kitt.

It was nominated for a season-record of 15 Tonys following its Broadway premiere!

IMPORTANT TO KNOW: Jagged Little Pill is recommended for ages 14 and up. Please note this production contains strong language, adult themes, drug use and moments of sexual violence.

This show is great for moms’ night out or date night, but this isn’t one to bring a kid along unless she or he is an older teen and you’re comfortable with them seeing adult subject material on stage.

Here’s a sneak peek video of this electrifying show:


If you’d love to win these two tickets to see Jagged Little Pill on Jan. 23, 2024, scroll down to the bottom of the post and past the comments posted by other local moms. Then write a quick comment telling us your favorite song from Alanis’ Jagged Little Pill album. Bonus entry if you tell us about a fun memory related to that song!

A winner will be selected by a random number generator and will be contacted early next week. Watch your inbox!

You can also email your answer to us at


If you’d rather not wait for the luck of the draw to send you to this show, you can go ahead and reserve seats nowTickets start at $42 and can be purchased at (click here for this show), by calling 479.443.5600 weekdays 10 am until 5 pm or in-person at the Walton Arts Center Box Office weekdays 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Good luck in the online drawing!


  1. Ironic. My college neighbor played this so loud that I could hear it through the walls as if I was playing it in my room!

  2. Too many to choose but ironic stands out the most.
    In college we karaoke to this song every chance … sing in dorm room, down the hall … oh the memories … such a great time, it fit every something in life at thr time and still does today.

  3. You learn is one of my all time favorites. I played this entire album a lot when I left my abusive ex after 10 years of torment. Alanis is amazing!

  4. Ironic!!! Love the whole album- takes me back to highschool and college!

  5. Ironic!!!! I have the BEST memories of being in the car with my daughters, belting it out, volume all. the. way. up!

  6. You oughta know
    I wore that tape (yes, I said tape) out when I was in HS and college!! It was my workout album

  7. Ironic! The first time I heard it, I was in a tanning bed! Lol. Oh the 90s!

  8. The whole album!!! Perfect though if I had to pick!! I remember being 13 years old having this on cassette tape playing it over and over in my room as loud as I could!

  9. You Oughta Know — the most fun song to sing at the top of your lungs while driving around with your best friend.

  10. All her songs are awesome. Ironic probably is one of the best. Would love to win and take my best friend DJ. Thank you

  11. Ironic is one of my favorites. Me and my friends would sit and tear the lyrics apart to decide if it really was ironic or not. lol.

  12. You Oughta Know is such a great anthem! I told my daughter that Alanis was roasting exes way before Taylor Swift, and we were there for it! I remember when my college roommate and I discovered the hidden track on the cd. We learned every word. That actually may be my favorite song on the album.

  13. Head over Feet. But I love the whole album. I just saw it on vinyl at Block Street Records. It’s going to be my next purchase. So I can scream sing it in my living roooom! It’s all I really want.

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