Jessie J Announces ‘R.O.S.E.’ Album + Tour Dates
Jessie J has finally revealed who will be the opening acts on her upcoming R.O.S.E. tour. Rising stars Stanaj and De’Wayne Jackson will act as support on the trek that kicks off in the UK on October 8. You may recognize Stanaj from his work with Drake and JoJo in the past, and De’Wayne who just released his first hip-hop album in May.
(Original Post 9/18/17)
Last week over the course of four days, pop singer/songwriter Jessie J posted a series of cryptic and emotional videos on her Instagram account. So naturally we were unsurprised when she announced a tour and new album shortly thereafter. The R.O.S.E. tour will see the Brit performing at intimate venues around the UK, Germany and North America, including stops in NYC, Chicago and West Hollywood. The short tour kicks off on October 9 at Manchester Albert Hall in England and wraps up on October 28 at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
Expect to hear tunes off Jessie J’s upcoming project, R.O.S.E., which includes new single “Think About That” which you can watch above. R.O.S.E. apparently stands for Realizations, Obsessions, Sex and Empowerment, so expect the forthcoming material to represent said themes. Tickets to the R.O.S.E. tour go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, September 20. More details on Jessie J’s official site.
Jessie J Tour Dates 2017
10/8/17 – Birmingham, UK @ Birmingham Institute
10/9/17 – Manchester, UK @ Manchester Albert Hall
10/11/17 – London, Endland @ KOKO
10/14/17 – Cologne, Germany @ Live Music Hall
10/16/17 – Amsterdam, Germany @ Paradiso
10/17/17 – Berlin, Germany @ Huxleys
10/23/17 – Toronto, Canada @ Mod Club
10/24/17 – New York City, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge
10/25/17 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
10/27/17 – West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour
10/28/17 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
Jessie J Tickets
Click here for a full listing of Jessie J. tickets on SeatGeek. Tickets to her R.O.S.E. tour go on sale to the public September 20 via Ticketmaster.
(Image courtesy of Alê Nolasco via Flickr.)