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Jojo Siwa Tour 2020 Tickets

Jojo Siwa Tour 2020 : Singer and dancer JoJo Siwa, known for roles on Dance Moms and various Nickelodeon shows, has announced her first live concert tour. Produced by Nickelodeon and AEG Presents, D.R.E.A.M. The Tour will kick-off next year, making 25 stops across the U.S. Siwa will begin the trek in Phoenix, Arizona on May 17 and hit cities along the way like Denver, Chicago, Baltimore, Hartford, and Charlotte before wrapping-up in Austin, Texas on June 26

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Siwa, now 15-years-old, first gained attention after auditioning for Abby Lee Miller’s Ultimate Dance Competition in 2013, and again in 2015 after joining Miller’s ALDC dance competition team. She appeared on two seasons of the Lifetime reality show Dance Moms and was known for her hip-hop skills. After leaving the team, Siwa released her debut song “Boomerang,” which went rival for addressing online bullying.

Here’s the full list of new dates for Siwa’s Jojo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. tour:

March 11 – Colorado Springs, Colo., at The Broadmoor World Arena

March 13 – Lubbock, Texas, at United Supermarkets Arena

March 14 – Las Cruces, N.M., at Pan American Center

March 15 – Glendale, Ariz., at Gila River Arena

March 17 – Bakersfield, Calif., at Mechanics Bank Arena

March 21 – Inglewood, Calif., at Nickelodeon’s SlimeFest (The Forum)

March 22 – Inglewood, Calif., at Nickelodeon’s SlimeFest (The Forum)

March 24 – Fresno, Calif., at Save Mart Center

March 25 – Sacramento, Calif., at Golden 1 Center

March 27 – Salt Lake City, Utah, at Vivint Smart Home Arena

March 28 – Boise, Idaho, at ExtraMile Arena

March 29 – Spokane, Wash., at Spokane Arena

March 31 – Yakima, Wash., at Yakima Valley SunDome

April 3 – Edmonton, Alberta, at Rogers Place

April 5 – Calgary, Alberta, at Scotiabank Saddledome

April 6 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, at SaskTel Centre

April 8 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, at Bell MTS Place

April 10 – Grand Forks, N.D., at Ralph Englestad Arena

April 11 – Minneapolis, Minn., at Target Center

April 14 – Rosemont, Ill., at Allstate Arena

April 15 – Green Bay, Wisc., at Resch Center

April 17 – Moline, Ill., at TaxSlayer Center

April 18 – Springfield, Mo., at JQH Arena

April 19 – Champaign, Ill., at State Farm Center

April 21 – Madison, Wisc., at Kohl Center

April 23 – Ft. Wayne, Ind., at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum

April 25 – Evansville, Ind., at Ford Center

April 26 – Lexington, Ky., at Rupp Arena

April 27 – Cleveland, Ohio, at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

April 30 – Hamilton, Ontario, at FirstOntario Centre

May 1 – Ottawa, Ontario, at Canadian Tire Centre

May 3 – Syracuse, N.Y., at The Oncenter War Memorial Arena

May 5 – Portland, Maine, at Cross Insurance Arena

May 6 – Manchester, N.H., at SNHU Arena

May 8 – Washington, D.C., at Capital One Arena

May 9 – Trenton, N.J., at CURE Insurance Arena

May 12 – New York, N.Y., at Madison Square Garden

May 15 – Hershey, Pa., at Giant Center

May 16 – Norfolk, Va., at Chartway Arena

May 17 – Charlotte, N.C., at Spectrum Center

May 19 – Raleigh, N.C., at PNC Arena

May 20 – Columbia, S.C., at Colonial Life Arenea

May 22 – Tampa, Fla., at Amalie Arena

May 23- Miami, Fla., at AmericanAirlines Arena

May 27 – Estero, Fla., at Hertz Arena

May 28 – Jacksonville, Fla., at Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena

May 29 – Pensacola, Fla., at Pensacola Bay Center

May 31 – Houston, Texas, at Toyota Center

June 2 – New Orleans, La., at Smoothie King Center

June 3 – Bossier City, La., at CenturyLink Center

June 5 – Oklahoma City, Oka., at Chesapeake Energy Arena

June 6 – North Little Rock, Ark., at Simmons Bank Arena