Jessie J Tickets
Jessie J. has been on a secretive two year break but has come back with a not-so-secretive new album. This is her fourth studio album and its title track “R.O.S.E” has been released as a single. This album contains more songs written by J. herself as opposed to previous label-oriented albums. It is also a therapeutic album as it explores female sexuality while approaching one’s thirties and the ability to overcome heartbreak. She has also embarked on her R.O.S.E tour which is headed to the US as well. Jessie J tickets for many cities have already been announced out of which some may still be available.
Jessie J Tickets
- Fri Oct 19 2018Fri Oct 19 2018
- Buy Jessie J, Hammerstein Ballroom Tickets for 10/19 08:00 PM Jessie J, Hammerstein Ballroom tickets for 10/19 08:00 PM at Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY
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- Sat Oct 20 2018Sat Oct 20 2018
- Buy Jessie J, Franklin Music Hall Tickets for 10/20 08:00 PM Jessie J, Franklin Music Hall tickets for 10/20 08:00 PM at Franklin Music Hall, Philadelphia, PA
- Sat Oct 20 2018
- Mon Oct 22 2018Mon Oct 22 2018
- Buy Jessie J, House Of Blues - Boston Tickets for 10/22 08:00 PM Jessie J, House Of Blues - Boston tickets for 10/22 08:00 PM at House Of Blues Boston, Boston, MA
- Mon Oct 22 2018
- Tue Oct 23 2018Tue Oct 23 2018
- Buy Jessie J, The Fillmore Silver Spring Tickets for 10/23 08:00 PM Jessie J, The Fillmore Silver Spring tickets for 10/23 08:00 PM at The Fillmore Silver Spring, Silver Spring, MD
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- Thu Oct 25 2018Thu Oct 25 2018
- Buy Jessie J, Buckhead Theatre Tickets for 10/25 08:00 PM Jessie J, Buckhead Theatre tickets for 10/25 08:00 PM at Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, GA
- Thu Oct 25 2018
- Sun Oct 28 2018Sun Oct 28 2018
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- Mon Oct 29 2018Mon Oct 29 2018
- Buy Jessie J, House Of Blues - Dallas Tickets for 10/29 08:00 PM Jessie J, House Of Blues - Dallas tickets for 10/29 08:00 PM at House Of Blues Dallas, Dallas, TX
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- Buy Jessie J, The Van Buren Tickets for 10/31 08:00 PM Jessie J, The Van Buren tickets for 10/31 08:00 PM at The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ
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- Thu Nov 01 2018Thu Nov 01 2018
- Buy Jessie J, The Wiltern Tickets for 11/01 07:00 PM Jessie J, The Wiltern tickets for 11/01 07:00 PM at The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA
- Thu Nov 01 2018
The Two-Year Break
The “Bang Bang” singer was at the top of her career in 2015. She was a judge on a famous reality television show, had two number one singles, had broken through the U.S market as well as become one of the best R&B singers in the UK. However, Jessie J had a poor constitution ever since she was young and she became ill after this success. She has not been vocal about it even after her comeback but the pop star has suffered from and cured a physical ailment during her hiatus and also grieved the deaths of her grandparents. She said in an interview, “I was diagnosed with some health issues that I’m not ready to talk about that I had to really face as a woman. I also lost my grandparents and didn’t have time to grieve. The hardest part about being an artist is that you have to open your wounds to heal other people and you don’t often get the time to heal your own. I needed to be with my real feelings.”
Therefore, the break became necessary for her to look within herself. She found the capacity to deal with grief and became more honest with her music. Her previous hits have been penned by someone else; however, in R.O.S.E Jessie J. plays chief songstress and a great one at that. Billboard magazine got insight into two unreleased tracks from the album, one of which is titled “Queen”. They are described as an anthemic celebration of femininity. So, while the break meant less of Jessie J., it has resulted in a kickass new album.
About Jessie J
Born Jessica Cornish in London, Jessie J. overcame childhood heart problems after which her show biz career began at age eleven in the theater. With the completion of college, J. was signed with a British indie label Gut Records which went bankrupt shortly after.
Having suffered and recovered from a heart stroke at age 18, she gained a publishing contract with Sony records and wrote hit songs for Chris Brown, Miley Cyrus and Dutch X Factor’s 2009 winner, Lisa Lois. In fact, the song she wrote for Miley Cyrus was a number two hit in the U.S, titled “Party in the USA”. The song is still a pop culture favorite and has featured in many television shows and movies (such as the Hollywood blockbuster “Pitch Perfect”). After gaining buzz online, she was signed onto Universal Records and began working with hit-makers such as B.o.B and Dr. Luke.
In 2010, her first single “Do it Like a Dude” was released. The song was penned by Rihanna and it put Jessie J. on the map as a credible hip-hop artist. The singer made it big in America through this song and was later a part of the celebrity ensemble “Bang Bang” single. Her singles such as “Wild” and “It’s my party” have aided towards leaving her mark on the international stage. Even after taking all this time off, her work has kept her relevant. Now ready to release R.O.S.E, J. has penned tracks based on the downtime she has spent in her break. They are songs of acceptance, self-awareness and taking pride in oneself.
“Think About That”
Released in September 2017, “Think About that” is a single which features DJ Camper as well. The song was the result of J. and Camper pushing one another to pen down a song while hanging out together. This song is important to J. because it was the first time in a long time that she had written a song by herself and for herself. She felt she had “lost her flair” but this song changed things.
While the album is being highly anticipated and its singles are gaining rave reviews, Jessie J. has embarked on a solo tour, her first in two years. Jessie J tickets for various venues across the US are selling fast. Needless to say, Jessie J. is back, and she does not seem to be going anywhere for a while.
Jessie J Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Jessie J's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in New York at the Hammerstein Ballroom on 19-Oct-18, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Los Angeles at the The Wiltern on 1-Nov-18. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Jessie J||Hammerstein Ballroom||New York, NY||Fri Oct 19 201810/19 08:00 PM|
|Jessie J||Franklin Music Hall||Philadelphia, PA||Sat Oct 20 201810/20 08:00 PM|
|Jessie J||House Of Blues - Boston||Boston, MA||Mon Oct 22 201810/22 08:00 PM|
|Jessie J||The Fillmore Silver Spring||Silver Spring, MD||Tue Oct 23 201810/23 08:00 PM|
|Jessie J||Buckhead Theatre||Atlanta, GA||Thu Oct 25 201810/25 08:00 PM|
|Jessie J||The Ballroom at Warehouse Live||Houston, TX||Sun Oct 28 201810/28 08:00 PM|
|Jessie J||House Of Blues - Dallas||Dallas, TX||Mon Oct 29 201810/29 08:00 PM|
|Jessie J||The Van Buren||Phoenix, AZ||Wed Oct 31 201810/31 08:00 PM|
|Jessie J||The Wiltern||Los Angeles, CA||Thu Nov 01 201811/01 07:00 PM|
Jessie J Tickets Prices
The average price for Jessie J Tickets start from $57. The minimum get in price is $23 for Jessie J Tickets at the House Of Blues - Boston, Boston. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Jessie J||New York||19-Oct-18||$58||$39|
|Jessie J||Silver Spring||23-Oct-18||$100||$24|
|Jessie J||Los Angeles||1-Nov-18||$129||$37|
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