K-pop soloist Jamie announces dates for North America tour

  • K-pop soloist Jamie announced her North American tour dates and venues on Instagram on Monday.
  • The Warner Music Korea artist will partner with Unbound Entertainment Group and Modo Live for a seven-city tour starting in Los Angeles on Oct. 10 and finishing in San Francisco on Oct. 23.
  • A former JYP Entertainment trainee of the vocal duo 15& with Baek Yerin, Jamie has since gone on to release her own music, her most recent single being  “Pity Party” from earlier this year.
  • She hosted her own podcast show with Dive Studios called “What Would Jamie Do?” from 2019 to 2020.

K-pop soloist Jamie announced her North American tour dates and venues on Instagram on Monday.

In partnership with Unbound Entertainment Group, Modo Live and Warner Music Korea, the former JYP Entertainment artist will travel to seven stops in the U.S. and Canada, starting in Los Angeles on Oct. 10 and finishing in San Francisco on Oct. 23.

Pre-sale tickets will be available on Wednesday at 5 p.m. PT. General sale starts on Aug. 29.

 

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Jamie’s upcoming tour dates are as follows:

Oct. 10 in Los Angeles | 1720

Oct. 11 in Vancouver | Harbour Event Centre

Oct. 15 in Toronto | The Opera House

Oct. 17 in New York City | The Brooklyn Monarch

Oct. 19 in Dallas | DEAC

Oct. 21 in Seattle | The Crocodile

Oct. 23 in San Francisco | The Midway

Jamie’s tour announcement aligns with her untitled upcoming EP, which is scheduled to be released sometime in October. This will be the soloist’s latest music project since her single “Pity Party,” which was released in February.

In 2022, Jamie, whose real name is Park Ji-min, rose to fame at the age of 14 by winning the first season of the South Korean survival show “K-Pop Star.” She became a member of the 2012 JYP Entertainment duo 15& with Baek Yerin under the name Jimin Park.

In 2019, she left JYP Entertainment and 15&. She eventually signed with Warner Music Korea and took the stage name Jamie. From 2019 to 2020, she hosted her own podcast show called “What Would Jamie Do?” with Dive Studios.

Back in January, former Day6 member Jae Park ignited backlash after calling Jamie a “thot” during a livestream.

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