J Boog, accompanied by St. James Parish native Jesse Royal & Kingston, Jamaica’s very own Etana are set to kick off 2018 with a US winter tour #LoveOverEverything. The tour travels from coast to coast spanning over 7 weeks. Prior to the #LoveOverEverythingTour J Boog will have a short stint in Australia, New Zealand & the Cook Islands with his band, Hot Rain. The short time allotted in the South Pacific will simply be called the Rock Da Boat Tour.
The Love Over Everything Tour starts on February 9th in Ventura, CA. Followed by the One Love Cali Reggae Festival on February 10th held in Long Beach. From there the tour heads to the Bay Area, performing at the prestigious Fox Theater in Oakland, along with The Green on Valentine’s Day.
Throughout the next 4 weeks the tour will continue up the north western chain, across the mid-west, tackling the far east. Working their way from Boston, MA all the way down to St. Petersburg, FL., where the Reggae Rise Up Festival will be held on March 17th. Some notable artist performing will be Damian Marley, Rebelution, SOJA & many more.
The first leg of the tour starts making its way back west through Dallas, TX (Gas Monkey), Albuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theater), Las Vegas, NV (House Of Blues), San Diego, CA (North Park Observatory), Santa Ana, CA (The Observatory) & concluding in LA on March 31st at The Novo.
The second leg of the Love Over Everything tour starts May 22nd in San Louis Obispo, CA (The Fremont Theater) where J Boog will be joined by I-Octane & Westafa.
The Love Over Everything Tour is not one to miss. J Boog & Hot Rain along with Jesse Royal & Etana providing a strong support will be sure to live up to its quality & attainment.
*All shows projected to sell out. Go to jboogmusic.com for tickets & tour info.
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1/28 – Tauranga, New Zealand One Love Festival
1/30 – Rarotonga, Cook Islands The Hula Bar
2/1 – Melbourne, Australia The Plaza Tavern
2/2 – Sydney, Australia Rooty Hill RSL
2/3 – Gold Coast, Australia Parkwood Tavern
2/4 – North Perth, Australia Rosemount Hotel
2/9 – Ventura, CA Majestic Ventura Theater
2/10 – Long Beach, CA Queen Mary
2/11 – Santa Cruz, CA The Catalyst
2/12 – Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
2/14 – Oakland, CA Fox Theater
2/16 – Portland, CA Roseland Theater
2/17 – Eugene, CA McDonald Theater
2/18 – Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo
2/20 – Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
2/22 – Fort Collins, CO Aggie Theatre
2/23 – Boulder, CO Fox Theatre
2/24 – Denver, CO Cervantes Masterpiece
2/26 – St Paul, MN Turf Club
2/27 – Madison, WI High Noon Saloon
2/28 – Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge
3/2 – South Burlington, VT Higher Ground Ballroom
3/3 – Portland, ME Aura
3/4 – Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall
3/6 – Pawtucket, RI The Met
3/8 – New York, NY Highline Ballroom
3/9 – New Haven, CT Toad’s Place
3/10 – Philadelphia, PA The Foundry
3/11 – Washington, DC 9:30 Club
3/13 – Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle
3/14 – Charleston, SC Music Farm
3/16 – Ft Lauderdale, FL Culture Room
3/17 – St Petersburg, FL Regge Rise Up
3/18 – Pensacola, FL Vinyl Music Hall
3/20 – Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill
3/21 – San Antonio, TX Paper Tiger
3/23 – Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
3/24 – Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
3/25 – Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum Theater
3/27 – Tucson, AZ The Rock
3/29 – San Diego, CA The Observatory North Park
3/30 – Santa Ana, CA The Observatory
3/31 – Los Angeles, CA The Novo
5/22 – San Luis Obispo, CA The Fremont Theater
5/23 – Bakersfield, CA B-Ryders
5/24 – Fresno, CA Strummer’s
5/25 – Redway, CA Mateel Community Center
5/26 – Monterey, CA California Roots Music and Arts Festival