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Event Name:Jessie J Australian Tour 2012
Date:
Venue Name:The Festival Hall
Venue Address:300 Dudley Street, West Melbourne VIC 3003
Recommended Age:All Age
Ticket Price:$79.90
Event Presented By:Future Entertainment
Website:http://futureentertainment.com.au

Jessie J Australian Tour – March 2012 – Melbourne (Festival Hall)

International pop sensation, Jessie J is about to send her devoted Australian fans into a Cha-Ching Cha-Ching and Ba-Bling Ba-Bling frenzy as she announces her first headline tour of Australia in March 2012!

Jessie J’s latest single, ‘Domino’, produced by Dr Luke, has taken the Australian airwaves by storm and was the #1 Most Added Track At Radio a week before its official service date!

The singer who released her debut album ‘Who You Are’ in March 2011, featuring the hits, ‘Price Tag’, ‘Nobody’s Perfect’, ‘Do It Like A Dude’ and ‘Who You Are’, returns to Australia after her much lauded May promo tour where she blew her fans and critics away showcasing her exceptional vocal abilities alongside her unquestionable song writing flair. Her impressive talent prompted Jonathon Moran from the Sunday Telegraph to gush, “There are quite a few perks to this job, but seeing British singer Jessie J up close and personal in such an intimate venue is certainly one of the highlights of the year so far.” 08.05.2011.



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