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Renowned singer-songwriter Jai Paul has set the music world abuzz with the announcement of his upcoming autumn tour.
With a remarkable career spanning over 15 years, marked by an air of anonymity, Paul is ready to take the stage in style. The tour includes much-anticipated stops in various countries, marking his debut performances in France, Germany, and even Australia.
Jai Paul’s autumn tour
Kicking off his tour in September, Jai Paul will captivate audiences with two consecutive nights at The Mayan Theater in Los Angeles. Following these, he’s set to appear at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco and also perform at the Portola Music Festival.
As November approaches, Paul’s tour takes a European twist as he performs in the iconic Élysée Montmartre in Paris and Huxley’s in Berlin. December brings the electrifying sounds of Jai Paul to the shores of Australia, where he will take the stage for two nights at 170 Russell in Melbourne.
Fans who’ve long awaited this opportunity to witness his live performances need to act swiftly. Tickets for all shows are exclusively available through a ballot system on Jai Paul’s official website. For the US shows, the registration deadline is 10 PM PST on August 23. International fans must sign up by 9 am local time on August 28th. The ballot winners will be notified via email on the 28th.
Jai Paul’s journey has been nothing short of intriguing. Having initially uploaded his demo track “BTSTU” on MySpace in 2007, he gained recognition with hits like “Jasmine.” A hiatus followed due to leaked tracks in 2013, only for his triumphant return in 2016 with his brother A. K. Paul under the moniker Paul Institute.
This autumn tour follows his remarkable live debut at Coachella earlier this year. The anticipation is palpable as Jai Paul gears up to impress audiences with his innovative sound and captivating stage presence.
- September 26-27: Los Angeles, CA – The Mayan Theater
- September 29-30: San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom and Portola Music Festival
- November 27: Paris, France – Élysée Montmartre
- November 28: Berlin, Germany – Huxley’s
- December 4-5: Melbourne, Australia – 170 Russell