JoJo Announces 'Leaks, Covers, & Mixtapes Tour'

  /  04.24.2018

In between 2016’s Mad Love. and her next project, JoJo is hitting the road. The vocal powerhouse is taking fans down memory lane with her “Leaks, Covers, & Mixtapes Tour.”

Scheduled to kick off May 29 in Anaheim, the tour will hit cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Minneapolis before continuing across the U.S. for dates in New York, Atlanta, and Austin. Finally, the trek will wrap June 26 in Dallas.

“You have no idea how excited I am to sing these songs live for the very first time,” JoJo told fans. “This tour is especially for everyone who rocked with me when my hands were tied and my voice was silenced… thought it’d be mad fun to perform these songs since they were such a massive part of my life and you have always shown such passion for them.

“I wanted to keep the shows small and intimate so… get your tix now baebs,” she added. “I miss seeing you up close and I want to get that connection that inspires me so much while I’m working on NEW material for my next project. Just starting to put the set list together… what songs do you want to hear most?!”

JoJo is expected to showcase rarely performed material from her non-studio albums. She released two mixtapes independently, 2010’s Can’t Take That Away from Me and 2012’s Agápē, as well as two EPs, 2014’s LoveJo and 2015’s LoveJo2, before signing with Atlantic Records in 2014.

Last year, she split with Atlantic and partnered with Interscope, where she launched her Clover Music imprint.


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