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Atlantic recording artist JoJo has unveiled plans for her upcoming global headline tour. The “MAD LOVE. TOUR” will get underway January 15th at The Academy in Dublin, Ireland and then travel Europe through the month. The U.S. leg will follow, kicking off February 15th at Portland, OR’s Wonder Ballroom and then continuing through early May (see attached itinerary). For complete details, please see


Fan pre-sales for all U.S. dates are as follows:

  • JoJo Mailing List & Verified Presales– Monday, December 5th
  • Pandora – Wednesday, December 7th
  • General Public – Friday, December 9th


MAD LOVE.” – the long awaited new album from JoJo – made a spectacular chart debut in the week following its October release. The album debuted at #1 on iTunes Overall Pop Chart and entered the Billboard 200 at #6 while also coming in at #2 on “Digital Albums” and #4 on “Top Current Albums.” “MAD LOVE.” is available now in stores and at all DSPs and streaming services.

JoJo’s first full-length collection in 10 years and third consecutive release to debut among the top 10, “MAD LOVE.” includes the hit tracks, “F*** Apologies (Feat. Wiz Khalifa),” “I Can Only (Feat. Alessia Cara)” “Mad Love.,” “Music.,” and “FAB. (Feat. Remy Ma),” the latter of which is joined today by a new companion video – streaming now at JoJo’s official YouTube channel.  Watch the video for “FAB. (Feat. Remy Ma)” here:

In addition, “F*** Apologies (Feat. Wiz Khalifa)” is accompanied by a striking companion video, directed by EMMY® Award-nominated filmmaker Francesco Carrozzini (Beyoncé, Sia, Lana Del Rey), while the music video for “Music.” pays tribute to JoJo’s “life’s passion” with moving personal footage from her childhood to today. Both videos and much more can be found now on JoJo’s official YouTube channel.

JoJo – who spent her summer on a major North American tour alongside Fifth Harmony – celebrated the release of “MAD LOVE.” with a live performance of “No Apologies” (the clean version of “F*** Apologies”) on NBC’s TODAY. The pop superstar also rocked MTV’s Wonderland with a stellar set highlighted by a version of 2004’s “Leave (Get Out)” as well as a performance of “No Apologies” alongside the one and only Wiz Khalifa. To celebrate the holiday season, JoJo joined Boyz II Men for a stunning performance of “Let It Snow” as well as a solo performance of holiday favorite “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” on the “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration” which aired on ABC Thanksgiving day. What’s more, JoJo was prominently featured on New York City’s acclaimed 7-story NASDAQ Tower in Time Square over the holiday weekend in celebration of the release of “MAD LOVE.” and today’s tour announcement (see attached). Upcoming appearances include a performance on November 30th at the 2016 Keep The Promise Concert in commemoration of World Aids Day alongside Patti Labelle and Common.  JoJo is also part of the AT&T AUDIENCE Network ® concert series which airs on DIRECTV early next year.


JoJo’s first new album since 2006, “MAD LOVE.” has earned luminous media attention, spanning E! News and Entertainment Tonight to, and Elle, which praised the album’s “wide stylistic influences, ranging from slow-strutting electro-pop in Alessia Cara collaboration ‘I Can Only’ to minor-key R&B in ‘Honest’ and a sugary Motown-toasting title track.” Pitchforkdescribes the album as “sincere progressions, bolstered by her vocal talent and honest approach to storytelling.”  “A bona fide comeback,” raved Idolator, “JoJo is finally at a place where her talent and life experiences are working hand-in-hand.” “(JoJo’s) first proper album in 10 years is here in all its triumphant, soulful glory,” noted NYLON, “’MAD LOVE.” is a long time in the making, but man, was it worth the wait. Determination truly pays off.” JoJo turns “tales of love, friendship, and family into one bold coming-of-age statement,” declared Entertainment Weekly, “She’s one of her generation’s finest vocalists. Period.” JoJo has always been extremely passionate and outspoken about body image & the importance of self-confidence. She recently penned an inspiring essay about these topics for TIME Magazine’s MOTTO. Read it here:


For more news and information, please visit, and (TOUR ITINERARY ATTACHED)








15        Dublin, IRE                              Academy

17        London, UK                              Koko

18        Amsterdam, NL                       Paradiso

19        Paris, FR                                  La Maroquinerie

21        Munich, GER                           Ampere

22        Milan, IT                                  Tunnel Club

23        Köln, GER                                Clubbahnhof

26        Copenhagen, DEN                   Vega Jr.

28        Birmingham, UK                     Institute 2

29        Manchester, UK                      Club Academy

30        Glasgow, UK                            O2 ABC2





15        Portland, OR                           Wonder Ballroom

17        Seattle, WA                             Showbox

19        San Francisco, CA                    The Regency Ballroom

20        San Luis Obispo, CA                Fremont Theatre

21        Los Angeles, CA                       The Fonda

23        Santa Ana, CA                         The Observatory OC

24        San Diego, CA                         House of Blues – San Diego

25        Scottsdale, AZ                         Livewire

27        Salt Lake City, UT                    The Depot



1          Englewood, CO                       Gothic Theatre

3          Lawrence, KS                           Liberty Hall

4          Des Moines, IA                        Wooly’s

5          Omaha, NE                              Slowdown

7          Minneapolis, MN                    Fine Line Music Café

8          Sioux Falls, SD                         The District

10        Madison, WI                            Majestic Theatre

11        Milwaukee, WI                        The Pabst Theater

12        Chicago, IL                              Concord Music Hall

19        New Orleans, LA                     Republic NOLA

21        Fort Lauderdale, FL                 Culture Room

22        Orlando, FL                             Plaza Live

23        St. Petersburg, FL                    State Theater

25        Charleston, SC                         Music Farm

26        Columbia, SC                           Music Farm Columbia

28        Washington, DC                      9:30 Club

30        Cleveland, OH                         House of Blues – Cleveland

31        Columbus, OH                         Newport Music Hall (Indoor)



1          Louisville, KY                           Headliners Music Hall

3          Richmond, VA                         The National

4          Norfolk, VA                              The Norva

6          Greensboro, NC                      Cone Denim Entertainment Center

7          Nashville, TN                           Cannery Ballroom

8          Atlanta, GA                              Buckhead Theater

10        Houston, TX                             Warehouse Live

11        Dallas, TX                                Trees

12        Austin, TX                                Mohawk

14        San Antonio, TX                       Paper Tiger

18        Wichita, KS                              The Cotillion

19        Columbia, MO                        The Blue Note

21        Detroit, MI                              Majestic Theatre

22        Pittsburgh, PA                         Stage AE

23        Buffalo, NY                              Town Ballroom

28        Philadelphia, PA                      The Trocadero Theatre

30        Boston, MA                             Royale



2          New York, NY                          Irving Plaza

3          Huntington, NY                        The Paramount