JoJo has announced that she’ll be heading out on a huge headline tour in 2022 that will include a run of UK and European dates.
The R&B singer-songwriter released her capsule project ‘Trying Not to Think About It’ earlier this month, which she followed up with a series of sold out intimate tour dates.
On the heels of both, JoJo has today (October 25) unveiled a heavily packed tour schedule for next year, starting in North America in February and taking in 15 UK and European shows throughout May.
The news comes after JoJo had planned to embark on a UK and European headline tour this year, but in January cancelled the dates due to coronavirus concerns.
“Performing live is one of my favourite parts of being an artist,” JoJo said in a statement. “It felt so right being back onstage for those dates in October, and I can’t wait to do it on a bigger scale in more cities next year!”
Presale’s begin tomorrow in select markets. Please check IG story for more details. General on-sale is this Friday, October 29th at 10:00am local time 💙 https://t.co/ny8D1ZwfCW pic.twitter.com/VDCmcau4ua
— JoJo. (@iamjojo) October 25, 2021
Tickets go on sale on Friday (October 29) at 10:00am local time – you can get them here. Take a look at the UK and European dates below.
3 – The Roundhouse, London, UK
6 – Academy, Dublin, Ireland
9 – O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK
10 – The Garage, Glasgow, UK
12 – Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
13 – O2 Institute, Birmingham, UK
15 – Alhambra, Paris, France
16 – Luxor, Cologne, Germany
18 – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
21 – Grelle Forelle, Vienna, Austria
23 – Santeria Toscana 31, Milan, Italy
25 – Lido, Berlin, Germany
27 – DR Concert House, Studio 2, Copenhagen, Denmark
28 – Parkteatret, Oslo, Norway
30 – Fryshuset (Klubben), Stockholm, Sweden
Back in May 2020, JoJo opened up about the support she received from Taylor Swift during the protracted legal battle she had with her former record label several years ago.
“I was literally being completely silenced,” she explained. “Taylor is in a different position in her career. I was really sidelined, and it was pretty hurtful.”