JoJo is Back!

JoJo is headlining in 2016 and kicking it all off on February 11th in New Orleans, LA.

Jojo is a singer, songwriter, and actress from in Brattleboro, VT. She performed in various singing competitions as a child, and after competing on the television show America’s Most Talented Kids in 2003 she was discovered and signed to a label.

In 2004, her debut single on her album JoJo, “Leave (Get Out)”, reached number one on the Billboard Pop songs chart, which made her the youngest solo artist to have a number one single in the United States, at 13 years old.

JoJo’s second album, The High Road, was released in 2006. The album has since sold over three million copies worldwide.

In addition to her music career, JoJo also has a career in acting. She has made guest appearances on several television series like The Bernie Mac Show, American Dreams, and Romeo!.

After a long battle with her label, JoJo finally has released her album Mad Love in 2016. The album features the singles “F**k Apologies (feat. Wiz Khalifa),” “I Can Only (feat. Alessia Cara),” and “FAB (feat. Remy Ma).”

2017 JoJo Dates

Feb. 11 – New Orleans, La., Lakefront Arena (appearing with Keith Sweat)
Feb. 15 – Portland, Ore., Wonder Ballroom
Feb. 17 – Seattle, Wash., The Showbox
Feb. 19 – San Francisco, Calif., The Regency Ballroom
Feb. 20 – San Luis Obispo, Calif., Fremont Theatre
Feb. 21 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Fonda Theatre
Feb. 24 – San Diego, Calif., House Of Blues
Feb. 25 – Scottsdale, Ariz., Livewire
Feb. 27 – Salt Lake City, Utah, The Depot
March 1 – Englewood, Colo., Gothic Theatre
March 3 – Lawrence, Kan., Liberty Hall
March 4 – Des Moines, Iowa, Wooly’s
March 5 – Omaha, NE, Slowdown
March 7 – Minneapolis, Minn., Fine Line Music Cafe
March 8 – Sioux Falls, S.D., The District
March 10 – Madison, Wis., Majestic Theatre
March 11 – Milwaukee, Wis., Pabst Theater
March 12 – Chicago, Ill., Concord Music Hall
March 19 – New Orleans, La., Republic NOLa.
March 21 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Culture Room
March 22 – Orlando, Fla., Plaza Live Orlando
March 23 – Saint Petersburg, Fla., State Theatre
March 25 – Charleston, S.C., Music Farm Charleston
March 26 – Columbia, S.C., Music Farm Columbia
March 28 – Washington, DC, 9:30 Club
March 30 – Cleveland, Ohio, House Of Blues
March 31 – Columbus, Ohio, Newport Music Hall
April 1 – Louisville, Ky., Headliners Music Hall
April 3 – Richmond, Va., The National
April 4 – Norfolk, Va., The NorVa
April 6 – Greensboro, N.C., Cone Denim Entertainment Center
April 7 – Nashville, Tenn., Cannery Ballroom
April 8 – Atlanta, Ga., The Buckhead Theatre
April 10 – Houston, Texas, Warehouse Live
April 11 – Dallas, Texas, Trees
April 12 – Austin, Texas, The Mohawk
April 14 – San Antonio, Texas, The Paper Tiger
April 18 – Wichita, Kan., The Cotillion
April 19 – Columbia, Mo., The Blue Note
April 21 – Detroit, Mich., The Majestic Theatre
April 22 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Stage AE
April 23 – Buffalo, N.Y., The Town Ballroom
April 28 – Philadelphia, Pa., Trocadero Theatre
April 30 – Boston, Mass., Royale Nightclub Boston
May 2 – New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza
May 3 – Huntington, N.Y., The Paramount

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