There are 30 forthcoming gigs for Carly Rae Jepsen, who is presently performing in three different countries.
After that, they’ll be in Maishima in Osaka for the remainder of their trip. Their next stop is at ZOZO Marine Stadium & Makuhari Beach Park in Tokyo.
About Carly Rae Jepsen
Carly Rae Jepsen is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and guitarist who was born on November 21, 1985, in Mission, British Columbia. She is best known for her global pop hit “Call Me Maybe,” which was the best-selling song in the world in 2012 and the best-selling single in Canadian history.
Jepsen, who calls herself a “musical theatre nerd,” acted in Annie, The Wiz, and Grease when she was in school. She got her first guitar when she was 17 and went to the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, where she planned to become a music teacher until she got the songwriting bug. She was working as a waitress, busking, and singing in local pubs when her high school drama teacher told her to try out for the reality TV show Canadian Idol. Jepsen came in third place in that singing competition, and a tour with other contestants from the show helped her get a recording contract.
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List Of Tour Dates 2022
We’ve had the loneliest time… but after 3 years, the SO NICE tour is coming to your city. Sign up for the presale code for first access to tickets tomorrow! Excited to have @EmpressOf joining me on the tour.https://t.co/kTewNuL48x pic.twitter.com/PWQw7ZKdo4
— Carly Rae Jepsen (@carlyraejepsen) June 7, 2022
Aug 20Tokyo, Japan (Summer Sonic)
Aug 20Osaka, Japan (Summer Sonic)
Sep 21OUTDOORCleveland, OH, US (Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica)
Sep 22Toronto, ON, Canada (Budweiser Stage)
Sep 24 Montreal, QC, Canada (MTELUS)
Sep 26Boston, MA, US (Roadrunner)
- Sep28New York (NYC), NY, US (Radio City Music Hall)
Sep 29Washington, DC, US (The Anthem)
- Oct 1 \Philadelphia, PA, US (The Met Philadelphia)
- Oct 2Norfolk, VA, US (The Norva)
- Oct 4Knoxville, TN, US (Tennessee Theatre)
- Oct 5Atlanta, GA, US (The Eastern)
Oct 7Austin, TX, US (Austin City Limits Music Festival)
Oct 9Houston, TX, US (713 Music Hall)
- Oct 10Dallas, TX, US (South Side Ballroom, Gilley’s)
- Oct 12Denver, CO, US (Mission Ballroom)
- Oct 14Salt Lake City, UT, US Union Event Center (The Union)
- Oct 15 Las Vegas, NV, US (The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas)
- Oct 17 Phoenix, AZ, US (Arizona Federal Theatre)
Oct 18Los Angeles (LA), CA, US (The Greek Theatre)
Oct 20Santa Barbara, CA, US (Arlington Theatre)
Oct21Berkeley, CA, US (Greek Theatre)
Oct 23Portland, OR, US (Roseland Theater)
Oct 24Portland, OR, US (Roseland Theater)
Oct 26 Seattle, WA, US (Showbox SoDo)
Oct 27Seattle, WA, US (Showbox SoDo)
Oct 29Vancouver, BC, Canada (Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre)
Nov 2Madison, WI, US (The Sylvee)