List of Jessie J concert tours

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The following is a chronological list of English recording artist, Jessie J's concert tours.

Stand Up Tour[edit]

Stand Up Tour
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Tour by Jessie J
Associated album Who You Are
Start date 31 March 2011
End date 9 April 2011
Shows 7 in Total

Stand Up Tour is a UK tour by English recording artist Jessie J in support of her debut album, Who You Are.

Opening acts[edit]


  1. "Mamma Knows Best"
  2. "Abracadabra"
  3. "Stand Up"
  4. "Do It Like A Dude (Acoustic)"
  5. "Do It Like A Dude"
  6. "L.O.V.E"
  7. "Big White Room"
  8. "Who's Laughing Now"
  9. "Rainbow"
  10. "Nobody's Perfect"


  1. "Who You Are"
  2. "Price Tag"


The Band[edit]

  • Guitar: Rene Woollard
  • Drums: Nathaniel 'Tonez' Fuller
  • Keyboards: Hannah Vasanth
  • Bass: Phil Simmonds

Tour Dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
31 March 2011 Glasgow Scotland O2 Academy Glasgow
1 April 2011 Bristol England O2 Academy Bristol
2 April 2011 Birmingham O2 Academy Birmingham
4 April 2011 Manchester Manchester Academy
5 April 2011 London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
7 April 2011 Dublin Ireland The Academy
18 April 2011 Doha Qatar Khalifa International Stadium

Heartbeat Tour[edit]

Heartbeat Tour
Heartbeat Tour.jpg
Tour by Jessie J
Associated album Who You Are
Start date 17 October 2011
End date 27 June 2012
Legs 3
Shows 37 in Europe
1 in South America
8 in Oceania
3 in Asia
1 in North America
50 in Total

The Heartbeat Tour[4] is a concert tour by singer-songwriter Jessie J in support of her album, Who You Are. The tour visited Europe, South America, Oceania and Asia.


Jessie J performing during the tour.

The tour was announced on 1 June 2011 on London Radio Station, Capital FM.[6] General sale tickets for The Heartbeat Tour were released on 3 June 2011. She originally announced 11 UK dates; however, due to high demand, Jessie J added an extra London and Birmingham Date to the tour. She announced the extra dates on Twitter, saying "I just added a second London Hammersmith Apollo and Birmingham Academy date due to demand.#boyyyya".

The international leg of the tour was announced in September 2011, and was due to begin late February in Auckland, New Zealand.[7] However the show was cancelled a few days prior.[8] Therefore it began in Brisbane, Australia on Thursday 1 March.[9] During a TV talk show appearance in support of the Australian dates, she agreed to be sawed in half by local magician Sam Powers in his "Thin Model" sawing illusion. After Australia, the tour visited Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore[10] and returned to the UK for several major UK Festivals; the Isle of Wight Festival and the Wireless Festival.[11][12] She also made an appearance at the 2012 Teenage Cancer Trust concert.[13]


Neil McCormick from The Telegraph, gave the tour a 3/5 star review, saying, "The only thing louder than her tonight is her audience, packed with mothers and daughters who seem to find something empowering in Jessie J's aggressively stomping approach to feminism, kicking cymbals with her black bovver boots and grabbing her crotch to deliver Do It Like a Dude, replete with uncensored Oedipal insults and bold declarations of equal-opportunity sexism. Her other principal message to her admirers is that hoariest of pop empowerment clichés 'be yourself', which she expounds upon at some length in formulaic power ballad Who You Are. Her rather pedestrian band crash in behind her as she works herself into a spiritual frenzy ('Seeing is deceiving, dreaming is believing!')."[14] Ian Gittens from The Independent also gave the tour 3/5 stars, saying, "Jessie J comes into her own live. Strapped into a skimpy purple bondage costume like a Primark Cleopatra, she turns in an exuberant, personality-plus performance that succeeds in temporarily distracting you from the awfulness of her material."[15] Loretta D'Urso from The Music Network said, "The set's simplicity and Jessie J's upheld vigor were admired features of the show. Not fancy in the slightest, the singer encompasses the knowledge that her powerful and kinky voice is enough to snare an audience and keep them pinned for as long as she wants."[16]

Opening acts[edit]

"This tour I wanted to have someone tour with me who I respect, who is super talented, I love listening to and who is an amazing performer.... @DevlinOfficial welcome to the #heartbeattour #essexking :)"
— Jessie J via Twitter.[17]



The Band[edit]

  • Jessie J – (Vocals)
  • Lewie Allen – (Guitar)
  • Jonathan 'Ginger' Hamilton – (Drums)
  • Hannah Vasanth – (Keyboard)
  • Phil Simmonds – (Bass)
  • Phebe Edwards – (Backing Vocals)
  • Cherrice Voncelle – (Backing Vocals)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
17 October 2011 Birmingham England O2 Academy Birmingham
18 October 2011
19 October 2011 Doncaster Dome Leisure Centre
21 October 2011 Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester
22 October 2011 Liverpool Mountford Hall
23 October 2011 Bournemouth Windsor Hall
25 October 2011 Edinburgh Scotland Usher Hall
26 October 2011 Bridlington England Bridlington Royal Hall
27 October 2011 Plymouth Plymouth Pavilions
29 October 2011 Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
30 October 2011 Leeds England O2 Academy Leeds
1 November 2011 London HMV Hammersmith Apollo
2 November 2011
3 November 2011 Brighton Brighton Centre
South America[23]
24 November 2011[A] São Paulo Brazil Via Funchal
4 December 2011[B] London England The O2 Arena
1 March 2012 Brisbane Australia Riverstage
3 March 2012[C] Doomben Racecourse
7 March 2012 Melbourne Festival Hall
8 March 2012 Sydney Hordern Pavilion
10 March 2012[C] Randwick Racecourse
11 March 2012[C] Melbourne Flemington Racecourse
12 March 2012[C] Adelaide Ellis Park
14 March 2012 Adelaide Entertainment Centre
16 March 2012 Petaling Jaya Malaysia Surf Beach at Sunway Lagoon
18 March 2012 Jakarta Indonesia JiExpo Hall D2
20 March 2012 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
1 April 2012[D] London England Royal Albert Hall
North America[27]
9 April 2012 West Hollywood United States The Roxy Theatre
9 June 2012[E] London England Wembley Stadium
23 June 2012[F] Newport Seaclose Park
24 June 2012[G] London Hackney Marshes
26 June 2012 Istanbul Turkey Maçka Küçükçiftlik Park
27 June 2012[H] Belgrade Serbia Ušće Park
29 June 2012[H] Brussels Belgium Le couleurs festival
3 July 2012[I] Cork Ireland The Docklands
6 July 2012 Shrewsbury England The Quarry
7 July 2012[J] Perth and Kinross Scotland Balado
8 July 2012[K] London England Hyde Park
13 July 2012[L] Warwick Warwick Castle
24 July 2012 Magaluf Spain BCM Square[M]
Sant Antoni de Portmany Eden[N]
28 July 2012[O] Constanța Romania H20 Beach
5 August 2012[P] Zambujeira do Mar Portugal Herdade da Casa Branca
9 August 2012[Q] Esher England Sandown Park Racecourse
18 August 2012[R] Newbury Newbury Racecourse
25 August 2012[S] Alnwick Alnwick Castle
8 September 2012[T] Gibraltar City Gibraltar Victoria Stadium
9 September 2012[U] London England Hyde Park
14 September 2012[V] Under the Bridge
21 September 2012[W] The Roundhouse
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
28 February 2012 Auckland, New Zealand Vector Arena Cancelled[50]
4 March 2012 Joondalup, Australia Arena Joondalup Cancelled; a part of the "Future Music Festival".[51]
5 March 2012 Perth, Australia Challenge Stadium Cancelled[51]
2 July 2012 Cork The Docklands Moved to 3 July 2012; a part of "Live at the Marquee".[52]
21 July 2012 Alnwick, England Alnwick Castle Moved to 25 August 2012; a part of the "Alnwick Castle Summer Concert Series".[53]

2013 Summer Festival Tour[edit]

Tour by Jessie J
Associated album Who You Are
Start date 25 May 2013
End date 23 September 2013
Legs 4
Shows 23 in Europe
1 in Africa
1 in South America
25 in total

Over the summer of 2013, Jessie J performed several festivals and concerts across the globe to promote her upcoming studio album and upcoming arena tour. The tour acts as warm-up shows for the Alive Tour.


Tour Dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
25 May 2013 Rabat Morocco OLM Souissi[A]
1 June 2013 London England Twickenham Stadium[B]
Reading Madejski Stadium[C]
9 June 2013 London Wembley Stadium[D]
16 June 2013 Chester Chester Racecourse[E]
26 June 2013 Valletta Malta Fosos Square[F]
29 June 2013 Sofia Bulgaria Armeets Arena
7 July 2013 Cork Republic of Ireland The Docklands[G]
10 July 2013 Dublin Phoenix Park[H]
13 July 2013 St Austell England Eden Project[I]
14 July 2013
17 July 2013 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Castle
19 July 2013 Tetbury England Westonbirt Arboretum[K]
20 July 2013 Durham Durham County Cricket Club[L]
27 July 2013 Liverpool Echo Arena[M]
28 July 2013 Birchington-on-Sea Quex Park[N]
9 August 2013 Zofingen Switzerland Heitere Open Air[O]
17 August 2013 Chelmsford England Hylands Park[P]
18 August 2013 Weston-under-Lizard Weston Park[P]
31 August 2013 Birmingham Cofton Park[Q]
1 September 2013 Norwich Norfolk Showground[R]
8 September 2013 London Greenwich Park[S]
Hyde Park[T]
South America
15 September 2013 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Parque dos Atletas[U]
23 September 2013 London England The Roundhouse[V]
29 September 2013 The O2 Arena[W]


27 June 2013 – Ljubljana, SloveniaArena Stožice

A This concert was part of the "2013 Mawazine Festival"
B This concert was part of Chime for Change's "The Sound of Change Live"
C This concert was part of the "All Starz Summer Party"
D This concert was part of "Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2013"
E This concert was part of "Chester Rocks 2013"
F This concert was part of "Isle of MTV 2013"
G This concert was part of "2013 Live at the Marquee"
H This concert was supporting Justin Timberlake's performance in Dublin
I This concert was part of the "Eden Sessions"
K This concert was part of "Forest Live"
L This concert was part of "Durham Summer Nights"
M This concert was part of "Radio City Live 2013"
N This concert was part of the "Sound Island Festival"
O This concert was part of the "2013 Heitere Open Air Festival"
P This concert was part of the "2013 V Festival"
Q This concert was part of the "Fusion Festival 2013"
R This concert was part of the "Sundown Festival 2013"
S This concert was part of "Run to the Beat"
T This concert was part of "Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park"
U This concert was part of "Rock in Rio"
V This concert was part of "iTunes Festival"
W This concert was part of "Unity – A Special Concert for Stephen Lawrence"

Alive Tour[edit]

Alive Tour
Tour by Jessie J
Associated album Alive
Start date 15 October 2013
End date 8 February 2014
Legs 1
Shows 19 in Europe

The Alive Tour was Jessie J's first arena tour. The tour consisted of 19 arena dates.[54]


In May 2012 Jessie announced via Twitter that she would be setting off on a UK tour in late February 2013 and would finish in late March of the same year. Due to recording her second album and shooting The Voice UK.[55] the tour was postponed until early October 2013 and to end in early November. Jessie stated on her official Twitter page: "I would like to be the first to tell that you that my nice to meet you tour has been rescheduled to later next year. I am honestly truly sorry but I hope you all can understand that its just because I would like to take more time to finish my new album. I promise to make the show my biggest and best ever and cannot wait for you all to hear my new songs."[56] Tickets were transferable for the rescheduled dates and extra tour dates were added due to high demand. The tour was originally named 'Nice To Meet You' however due to the release of her second album Alive the tour was renamed 'Alive'.[57] On 12 October 2013 Jessie did a dress rehearsal for a few lucky fans who has the privilege to watch. The stage setting included 5 LED screens, a large door at the back of the stage, a rising platform, platforms for her band, a large catwalk; which encircles the stage - separating the very important heartbeats for the main audience. It was announced on 14 October that Lawson would be supporting Jessie at all dates except Birmingham, Sheffield and Aberdeen which would be supported by Neon Jungle.[58]

"Its called 'Nice to meet you tour' and it will be NICE! :) Can't wait to show you this tour I've been working on for months! BOOOOM!"
— Jessie J via Twitter.[59]

Critical response[edit]

The Alive tour was met with mixed reviews: some stating the show was a "powerhouse", others claiming the "video interludes took away from what could have been an amazing show." Writing for The Daily Telegraph, Alice Vincent gave the show three stars, feeling that "Jessie belted out songs like a force of nature", and opined that it was "these deliciously retro moments which worked best in J’s show. She gave us a fun, breezy rendition of Daydreamin’." Vincent went on to summarize, "Alive was a show to please all ages, and for that it should be commended."[60] The Belfast Telegraph gave the show four stars stating: "Always keen to provide a positive role model, there were lots of mini motivational speeches and words of encouragement and no evidence of any sleazy Miley Cyrus-type antics." The Belfast Telegraph finally stated that Jessie was "A class act – who was more than worth the wait."[61] Sam Rigby at Digital Spy gave the show four stars and said "The sentimental messages of 'love who you are' and 'live life to the full' may have been overused during the 90-minute show but it is only a small complaint in what was a momentous night in Jessie J's career. Despite the focus on Jessie's voice, it didn't come at the expense of a visually pleasing production."[62]

Special Guests[edit]

  • Lawson (support act for all dates except Birmingham, Sheffield, and Aberdeen)
  • Neon Jungle (support act for Birmingham and Sheffield dates only)
  • Olivia Somerlyn

Set list[edit]

Phase 1 - 'Awake'

  1. "Big White Room"
  2. "Thunder"
  3. "Breathe"

Phase 2 - 'Love'

  1. "Sexy Lady"
  2. "Domino"
  3. "Daydreamin'"
  4. "LaserLight"

Phase 3 - 'Instinct'

  1. "Excuse My Rude"
  2. "Do It like a Dude"
  3. "Nobody's Perfect"
  4. "Wild"

Phase 4 - 'Value'

  1. "Who You Are"
  2. "Conquer The World"
  3. "Harder We Fall"

Phase 5 - 'Energy'

  1. "Gold"
  2. "Alive"
  3. "Price Tag"
  4. "It's My Party"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
15 October 2013 Belfast UK Odyssey Arena
16 October 2013 Dublin Ireland The O2
18 October 2013 Birmingham UK LG Arena
19 October 2013 Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
21 October 2013 Aberdeen AECC Arena
22 October 2013 Glasgow SSE Hydro
24 October 2013 Nottingham Capital FM Arena Nottingham
25 October 2013
26 October 2013 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
29 October 2013 London The O2 Arena
30 October 2013
1 November 2013 Manchester Manchester Arena
2 November 2013
4 November 2013 Liverpool Echo Arena Liverpool
6 November 2013 Brighton Brighton Centre
7 November 2013
9 November 2013 Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre
10 November 2013
11 November 2013 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
14 November 2013 Madrid Spain Palacio de los Deportes
15 November 2013
17 November 2013 Paris France Bercy
18 November 2013
20 November 2013 Brussels Belgium Forest National
22 November 2013 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
24 November 2013 Köln Germany Lanxess Arena
26 November 2013 Hamburg O2 World Hamburg
28 November 2013 Berlin O2 World Arena
30 November 2013 Wien Austria Wiener Stadthalle

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold / Available Gross revenue
The O2 Arena London 33,320 / 33,320 (100%) $1,705,860 [65]
Phones 4u Arena Manchester 27,532 / 29,383 (94%) $1,416,650[66]
Pavilhão Atlântico Lisbon 12,000 / 9,781 (91%) $1,705,860 [67]

Sweet Talker Tour[edit]

Sweet Talker Tour
Tour by Jessie J
Associated album Sweet Talker
Start date 20 January 2015
End date 19 July 2015
Legs 8
Shows 69

On 4 November 2014, Jessie J announced a six-date tour in the UK. An extra London date was added due to popular demand after tickets sold out for the first date. During 2015 Jessie J will travel around the world promoting her album.


On 4 November 2014, Jessie J announced a six-date tour in the UK. An extra London date was added due to popular demand after tickets sold out for the first date. During 2015 Jessie J will travel around the world promoting her album.

Special Guests[edit]

The Band[edit]

  • Jessie J – (Vocals)
  • Lewie Allen – (Guitar)
  • Jonathan 'Ginger' Hamilton – (Drums)
  • Michael 'Smooth' Hamilton – (Bass)
  • Ayce 'The Beat Junkie' – (Keys)
  • Ryan Haberfield – (Guitar, replacing Lewie)

Set list[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

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Tour dates
Date City Country Venue
20 January 2015 Rhyl Wales The Pavilion Theatre
22 January 2015 Newcastle England O2 Academy Newcastle
24 January 2015 Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester
25 January 2015 Leeds O2 Academy Leeds
27 January 2015 Birmingham O2 Academy Birmingham
28 January 2015 London Brixton Academy
29 January 2015 Hammersmith Apollo
1 February 2015 Glasgow Scotland O2 Academy Glasgow
North America
12 February 2015 Atlanta United States Center Stage Atlanta
14 February 2015 Orlando Universal Studios
15 February 2015 Miami Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
7 March 2015 Singapore Singapore Marina Bay Sands
8 March 2015[a] Jakarta Indonesia Jakarta International Expo
11 March 2015 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena
13 March 2015 Brisbane Australia Eatons Hill Hotel
14 March 2015 Sydney Big Top
17 March 2015 Melbourne CANCELLED Margaret Court Arena
18 March 2015 Adelaide CANCELLED AEC Theatre
20 March 2015 Perth CANCELLED Crown Theatre
15 July 2015 Jounieh Lebanon Fouad Chehab Stadium
North America
29 April 2015 New York City United States Webster Hall
4 May 2015 Worcester, MA United States College of the Holy Cross, Hart Center
6 May 2015 Montreal Canada Metropolis
7 May 2015 Toronto The Danforth Music Hall
9 May 2015 Chicago United States House of Blues
11 May 2015 Minneapolis First Avenue
13 May 2015 Denver Ogden Theatre
15 May 2015 Las Vegas City of Rock
(Rock in Rio USA)
18 May 2015 Los Angeles Club Nokia
19 May 2015 San Francisco The Filmore
28 May 2015 Stockholm Sweden Gröna Lund
29 May 2015 Oslo Norway Bislett Stadion
30 May 2015 Hanover Germany N-Joy Starshow
1 June 2015 Cologne Palladium
2 June 2015 Offenbach Capital
3 June 2015 Munich Kesselhaus
5 June 2015 Zurich Switzerland X-TRA
8 June 2015 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
9 June 2015
10 June 2015 Paris France Bataclan
14 June 2015 Lisbon Portugal MEO Arena
18 June 2015 Barcelona Spain Pedrables Festival
19 June 2015 Copenhagen Denmark Tivoli
25 June 2015 Werchter CANCELLED Belgium Rock Werchter
26 June 2015 Thisted CANCELLED Denmark Thy Rock Festival
27 June 2015 Bristol CANCELLED England Bristol Harbour
3 July 2015 Istanbul CANCELLED Turkey Küçükçiftlik Park
5 July 2015 London England Wireless Festival
8 July 2015 Henley-on-Thames Henley Festival
10 July 2015 Scarborough Scarborough Open Air Theatre
11 July 2015 Kinross Scotland T in the Park
13 July 2015 Hamar Norway Hamar Olympic Amphitheatre
15 July 2015 Jounieh Lebanon Jounieh International Festival
17 July 2015 Pori Finland Kirjurinluoto Arena
18 July 2015 Northampton England Delapre Park
19 July 2015 London Somerset House


  1. ^ The March 8, 2015 concert in Jakarta at Jakarta International Expo is part of Java Jazz Festival.


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