Jessie J brings her tour to Ireland, tickets on sale this Friday
Jessie J has just announced details of two exclusive headline concerts at The O2, Dublin on March 18th 2013 and The Odyssey, Belfast on March 17th 2013
Tickets for the Dublin O2 gig are priced from €33.50 inclusive of booking fee, Tickets for The Odyssey, Belfast are priced from £27.50 inclusive. Tickets for both shows and go-sale this Friday at 9am from ticketmaster outlets & ticketmaster.ie
For those of you who've not encountered a radio or turned on your TV for the last 12 months - it's been another whirlwind of a year so far for Jessie J who takes another step closer to what appears to be a quest for world domination. Jessie has proven she is one of the hottest pop star’s on the planet right now having hit the #1 spot in 19 countries world-wide selling 11 million singles and over 2.5 million copies of her multi-platinum debut album Who You Are. In the UK alone Jessie has sold 1 million albums and secured two #1 singles with Price Tag and Domino.
If you happen to find yourself across the water, below are the dates for her UK and Irish tour.
2013 UK TOUR DATES:
Tuesday 26th February Nottingham at Capital FM Arena
Wednesday 27th February Brighton Centre
Friday 1st March Birmingham LG Arena
Saturday 2nd March Manchester Arena
Sunday 3rd March Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Tuesday 5th March Liverpool Echo Arena
Wednesday 6th March Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Thursday 7th March Bournemouth International Centre
Saturday 9th March London O2 Arena
Tuesday 12th March Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Thursday 14th March Glasgow SECC
Friday 15th March Aberdeen AECC
And those Irish tour dates again...
IRISH TOUR DATES:
Sunday 17th March Belfast Odyssey Arena
Monday 18th March Dublin O2 Arena
We also have a pair of tickets to give away to her O2 gig - get entering here!
Story by Sheena McGinley | 08:58 | Tuesday 22nd May 2012 | Music News
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