Jason Mraz released his brand new album, “YES!” on Tuesday and this September, Jason Mraz is taking his friends in Raining Jane across all five NYC boroughs in a week. That’s right, they’re playing six shows across the five boroughs in one week! Only two other artists have done this before and Jason is saying YES to making history.
Tickets go on sale to the public on Monday, July 21st at 10AM EST, and fanclub presales start today! Check out YesTourNYC.com for additional tour & fan presale information. Grab your tickets now because this is not something you want to miss!
Jason Mraz YES! NYC: The Five Boroughs Tour Dates
Sept 17th – Walt Whitman Theater @ Brooklyn College – Brooklyn – Buy Tickets
Sept 18th – Lehman Center for the Performing Arts (CUNY) – Bronx – Buy Tickets
Sept 19th – Colden Auditorium @ Queens College – Queens – Buy Tickets
Sept 20th – St. George Theater – Staten Island – Buy Tickets
Sept 22nd – Radio City Music Hall – Manhattan – Buy Tickets
Sept 23rd – Radio City Music Hall – Manhattan – Buy Tickets
Or, you can grab The Five Boroughs Golden Ticket which gets you into each concert, as well as seat in the first 20 rows of each show. Get yours HERE while you still can!
Be sure to pick up a copy of Jason Mraz’s brand new album “YES!” on iTunes now! Watch the video for his latest single “Hello You Beautiful Thing” below.
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The lineup for one of our favorite summer traditions, the “Today” Show Toyota Concert series was revealed today! The schedule includes SecretFangirls.com favorites Austin Mahone, Ed Sheeran and Pharrell.
We’ve seen many great “Today” Show concerts over the years: Big Time Rush, Hilary Duff, Hunter Hayes, Jonas Brothers, New Kids on the Block, Boyz II Men, 98 Degrees, and more. It’s totally possible to squeeze in a quick concert before work/school/etc. Our philosophy? Are you going to look back and think “gee, I’m so glad I was well rested for work that random Summer Friday!” Or “hey, remember that time James from BTR signed my coffee cup at 6am?”
Fangirl Tip! Sign up for the Today Show Concert Series newsletter – a few days before each concert, they will send out an email asking if you are interested in a Fan Pass. The Fan Pass is awesome and allows you priority access and to be closest to the stage, without having to wait as long in line. (You’ll still need to be there before 6AM!)
Today Show Toyota Concert Series Summer 2014
May 16th – Mariah Carey
May 23rd – Tim McGraw
May 26th – Austin Mahone
May 30th – Rascal Flatts
June 5th – Pharrell
June 6th – Sara Bareilles
June 13th – Train
June 17th – Little Mix
June 20th – Fall Out Boy
June 27th – Phillip Phillips
July 4th – Ed Sheeran
July 11th – Fifth Harmony
July 18th – Jason Mraz
July 22nd – 5SOS
July 25th – OneRepublic
July 29th – Jennifer Hudson
August 1st – Aloe Blacc
August 8th – Iggy Azalea
August 15th – Neon Trees
August 22nd – Hunter Hayes
August 29th – Ariana Grande
September 1st – Maroon 5
September 5th – Usher
Follow the Today Show & Secret Fangirls on Twitter for more updates!
On Sunday, December 22nd, SPARC (School of Performing Arts for the Richmond Community) presented LIVE ART: Tree of Life at the Landmark Theater. The event featured performances by Jason Mraz – a SPARC alumni, Christina Perri, k.d. lang, and others, accompanied by nearly 200 student performers from SPARC.
In its second year, the groundbreaking program offers students, including those with and without special needs, the opportunity to perform with major artists, showing off the hard work they’ve put in throughout the year in SPARC’s various educational programs. The performances were a mixed media of live music, dance, art and puppetry, with many students performing across the board. The enthusiasm and passion of the students and the performers alike were truly inspiring, a perfect show for the Holiday season.
View the documentary, LIVE ART SHORT FILM to learn more about the organization.
See images from the event via the Richmond Times Dispatch.
To see how you can get involved with SPARC and the LIVE ART program, visit their website.
Image of the LIVE ART rehearsal via Jason Mraz’s Instagram