Published on February 28th, 2020 | by Jameelah "Just Jay" Wilkerson


Jhené Aiko Announces North American Spring Tour, The Magic Hour

Grammy®-nominated multi-platinum singer/songwriter Jhené Aiko is set to head out on the road for a highly-anticipated North American

Spring Tour – THE MAGIC HOUR – with special guest Queen Naija.
THE MAGIC HOUR TOUR kicks off May 1st in Boston.

Tickets for THE MAGIC HOUR TOUR go on sale to the public on March 6th, and will include a digital download code for Jhene’s new album CHILOMBO, also releasing March 6th via Def Jam Recordings.

Fans can get early access to tickets through pre-sale opportunities launching tomorrow via Spotify, local venues, and purchase of special merch and digital album bundles at her official store: https://shop.jheneaiko.com/.

The first three advance single releases from CHILOMBO have tallied over 500 million cumulative global streams – the RIAA platinum certified “Triggered” (with over 300 million streams), “None Of Your Concern” (with over 100 million streams), and “Pu$$y Fairy (OTW)”.

CHILOMBO proclaims the artist’s full name, Jhené Aiko Efuru CHILOMBO, as it celebrates her coming into her own personal power. The initial jam sessions where she freestyled the lyrics to each song, took place on The Big Island of Hawaii where Jhené’s great grandmother was born. Jhené was inspired by the beauty and power of the island’s volcanoes, having visited throughout the years. Chilombo means wild beast. The volcano is symbolic of the beautiful, yet powerful beast. Jhené Aiko is Chilombo. In contrast to her 2017 album, Trip, which intricately detailed the process of grieving, CHILOMBO finds Jhené embracing her strength and power, and coming into her confidence as a woman, a creator and a healer. She has always embraced magic in her particular brand of soulful, trippy, ethereal R&B, but now on CHILOMBO she has taken it all to another level.

Jhené Aiko’s THE MAGIC HOUR TOUR with special guest Queen Naija:

May 1 Boston, MA (Orpheum Theatre)
May 2 New York, NY (Radio City Music Hall)
May 3 Washington, DC (Echostage)
May 5 Norfolk, VA (The NorVa)
May 6 Richmond, VA (The National)
May 8 Los Angeles, CA (Lovers & Friends Music Festival)
May 9 Los Angeles, CA (Lovers & Friends Music Festival)
May 11 Nashville, TN (Marathon Music Works)
May 13 Atlanta, GA (Fox Theatre)
May 14 Orlando, FL (Hard Rock Live)
May 15 Gulf Shores, AL (Hangout Festival)
May 17 / Miami, FL (The Fillmore)
May 19 New Orleans, LA / (The Orpheum Theater)
May 20 Houston, TX / ( Music Center)
May 22 Dallas, TX / (The Bomb Factory)
May 23 Austin, TX / (ACL Live at the Moody Theater)
May 24 San Antonio, TX (Tobin Center)
May 26 Denver, CO (Mission Ballroom)
May 29 Phoenix, AZ (Marquee Theatre)
May 30 Las Vegas, NV (The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan)
Jun-1 / Los Angeles, CA (Greek Theatre)
Jun-5 / Vancouver, BC (Malkin Bowl)
Jun-6 / Seattle, WA (Marymoor Park)
Jun 8 Portland, OR (Roseland Ballroom)
Jun 11 San Francisco, CA (The Warfield)
Jun 16 St Paul, MN (Myth Live)
Jun 17 Chicago, IL (The Chicago Theatre)
Jun 18 Detroit, MI (The Masonic
Jun-20 Philadelphia, PA (Franklin Music Hall)
Jun-21 Toronto, ON (Queen Elizabeth Theatre)
Jun-24 Raleigh, NC (The Ritz)
Jun 25 Charlotte, NC (The Fillmore)
Jun 27 Saint Kitts (St. Kitts Music Festival)

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