Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen Tour 2019

Upcoming Concerts (44)

Thursday Jun 27 2019 House of Blues · Anaheim, CA, US
Friday Jun 28 2019 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium · San Francisco, CA, US
Saturday Jun 29 2019 Grand Sierra Resort and Casino · Reno, NV, US
Monday Jul 01 2019 The Depot · Salt Lake City, UT, US
Wednesday Jul 03 2019 Ogden Theater · Denver, CO, US
Friday Jul 05 2019 State Theatre · Minneapolis, MN, US
Saturday Jul 06 2019 The Pageant · St Louis, MO, US
Sunday Jul 07 2019 Ryman Auditorium · Nashville, TN, US
Tuesday Jul 09 2019 The Chicago Theatre · Chicago, IL, US
Wednesday Jul 10 2019 Egyptian Room at Old National Centre · Indianapolis, IN, US
Friday Jul 12 2019 Bogarts · Cincinnati, OH, US
Saturday Jul 13 2019 The Fillmore · Detroit, MI, US
Sunday Jul 14 2019 House of Blues · Cleveland, OH, US
Tuesday Jul 16 2019 House of Blues · Boston, MA, US
Wednesday Jul 17 2019 Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom · New York City, NY, US
Thursday Jul 18 2019 Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom · New York City, NY, US
Saturday Jul 20 2019 The Fillmore · Philadelphia, PA, US
Sunday Jul 21 2019 The Fillmore · Silver Spring, MD, US
Tuesday Jul 23 2019 The Ritz · Raleigh, NC, US
Wednesday Jul 24 2019 The Fillmore · Charlotte, NC, US
Friday Jul 26 2019 The Fillmore · Miami Beach, FL, US
Saturday Jul 27 2019 House of Blues · Orlando, FL, US
Sunday Jul 28 2019 The Tabernacle · Atlanta, GA, US
Tuesday Jul 30 2019 Fillmore New Orleans · New Orleans, LA, US
Thursday Aug 01 2019 House of Blues · Dallas, TX, US
Friday Aug 02 2019 House of Blues · Houston, TX, US
Saturday Aug 03 2019 ACL Live At 3TEN · Austin, TX, US
Sunday Aug 04 2019 The Aztec Theatre · San Antonio, TX, US
Tuesday Aug 06 2019 The Van Buren · Phoenix, AZ, US
Thursday Aug 08 2019 Humphreys Concerts By the Bay · San Diego, CA, US
Saturday Aug 10 2019 The Wiltern · Los Angeles, CA, US
Sunday Aug 11 2019 The Wiltern · Los Angeles, CA, US
Wednesday Aug 28 2019 Commodore Ballroom · Vancouver, Canada
Thursday Aug 29 2019 Commodore Ballroom · Vancouver, Canada
Sunday Sep 01 2019 Royal Theatre · Victoria, Canada
Wednesday Sep 04 2019 MacEwan Hall and Ballroom · Calgary, Canada
Thursday Sep 05 2019 Francis Winspear Centre · Edmonton, Canada
Monday Sep 09 2019 Burton Cummings Theatre · Winnipeg, Canada
Thursday Sep 12 2019 MTELUS · Montreal, Canada
Friday Sep 13 2019 FirstOntario Concert Hall · Hamilton, Canada
Saturday Sep 14 2019 Sony Centre for the Performing Arts (soon to be Meridian Hall) · Toronto, Canada
Monday Sep 16 2019 Bronson Centre Theatre · Ottawa, Canada
Thursday Sep 19 2019 London Music Hall · London, Canada
Friday Sep 20 2019 Downtown Las Vegas · Las Vegas, NV, US

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About Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen is a Canadian singer-songwriter. In 2007, she finished third in the fifth season of Canadian Idol, and was a part of the Canadian Idol Top 3 concert tour. Jepsen debut album, Tug of War, was released in 2008. Her second album Curiosity was released on February 14, 2012. The lead single, Call Me Maybe, reached number one on the singles charts in Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Jepsen was the first Canadian artist to reach the top of the digital chart since Justin Bieber in 2010 with Baby. Carly Rae Jepsen cites James Taylor, Bruce Springsteen, Van Halen, Kimbra, La Roux, and Robyn as influence.