Responsible for one of the most infectious pop singles of 2012, Canadian Idol’s biggest success story will tour the USA this summer following the release of Carly Rae Jepsen tickets for a series of live radio shows, state fair performances and headline gigs.
The 27-year-old singer-songwriter will first support Kelly Clarkson at Provo’s Lavall Edwards Stadium on July 4 before topping the bill at Mix 93.3’s annual day-long Red, White & Boom concert at Kansas City’s Starlight Theatre a day later. Carly Rae Jepsen tickets for this event are available on TicketIQ with a get-in price of $67 and an average price of $293.
In-between her own solo shows at Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome on July 10 ($79/$199) and Columbus’ Celeste Center on July 31 ($57/$122), the Billboard chart-topper will then rejoin Justin Bieber’s mammoth Believe tour for two dates at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on July 25 ($75/$348) and 26 ($73/$270) before heading out to Pennsylvania and Japan for sets at Bethlehem Musikfest and the Summer Sonic Festival respectively.
On her return to the States, Jepsen will appear alongside UK boyband The Wanted at Louisville’s Kentucky State Fair on August 16 (get-in price $63/average price $76) and Nashville pop-rock quartet Hot Chelle Rae at Indianapolis’ The Lawn At White River State Park on August 30 ($60/$70).
With an overall tour average price of $124, fans can also buy Carly Jae Repsen tickets for a further seven headline concerts including Saint Paul’s Weesner Family Amphitheater on August 18 ($88/$129), Las Vegas’ Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort on September 14 ($88/$115) and Saratoga’s Mountain Winery on September 17 ($64/$151), with the August 28 show at Vienna’s Wolf Trap currently the lowest get-in price at $48 (average $108).
Having reached number one in 14 countries, sold 13 million copies and inspired a plethora of high-profile cover versions, her signature hit, “Call Me Maybe,” will inevitably make an appearance, as will most of her Grammy nominated and Juno-winning parent album, Kiss.
But alongside a solo version of Owl City collaboration “Good Time” and US Hot 100 entries “This Kiss” and “Tonight I’m Getting Over You,” Jepsen’s recent shows have also included a handful of tracks from 2008’s more guitar-oriented debut Tug Of War, (the title track, “Sour Candy”) and the new song she recently premiered on American Idol, “Take A Picture.”
6/8 - Portsmouth, VA - Ntelos Wireless Pavilion
6/9 - Portland, OR - Portland Rose Festival
6/16 - Rochester, MI - Meadow Brook Music Festiva
7/4 - Provo, UT - Lavall Edwards Stadium
7/14 - Saint Petersburg, FL - Tropicana Field
7/27 - Boise, ID - Boise Music Festival
7/31 - Columbus, OH - Ohio State Fair
8/2 - Bethlehem, PA - Bethlehem Musikfest
8/10 - Osaka, Japan - Summer Sonic
8/11 - Chiba, Japan - Summer Sonic
8/16 - Louisville, KY - Kentucky State Fair
8/17 - Des Moines, IA - Iowa State Fair
8/18 - Apple Valley, MN - Minnesota Zoo Amphitheater
8/20 - Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theatre
8/24 - Syracuse, NY - New York State Fair
8/28 - Vienna, VA - Filene Center at Wolf Trap
8/30 - Indianapolis, IN - Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park
9/13 - San Diego, CA - Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay
9/14 - Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
9/15 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre
9/17 - Saratoga, CA - The Mountain Winery
9/20 - Puyallup, WA - Washington State Fair
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