Jedward Announce Tour Dates

Photo Credit: Lisa Hafey
Photo Credit: Lisa Hafey

Following the success of their “airport tours” in June last year and this January, Jedward have announced concert dates.

The Dublin Duo visited 19 airports across Europe earlier this month, just to meet their fans, chat, and take selfies. The response was overwhelming, with huge numbers of fans turning up in each location.

On the back of this, they’ve announced that they will be in Glasgow and Edinburgh on 16-17 March, for St Patrick’s Day celebrations in those cities, they then shall have concerts in Dublin on March 24, Cork 25 March, Glasgow on the 27th, and London on March 28. If tickets sell well, they will also add a further Dublin date on March 23 and another for Glasgow on March 26. The March 24 date in Dublin is for age 18+.


In addition to all this, they’ve announced that they will touring in Europe in July, and will have a full UK tour in September.

The twins hope to be on the shortlist for the UK’s Eurovision entry this year, which will be announced on February 22. They represented their home country of Ireland twice, in 2011 and 2012, finishing 8th and 19th respectively, and giving Ireland their best results in a decade.

They’ve also hinted at a new album to be released in February this year. It will be the fourth album for John and Edward.

More details about dates and venues will be given when they come to hand.

***Jedward will be performing at The Button Factory, Dublin on 24 March, tickets €25 available from on Friday 5 February at 9am***

***Jedward will be performing at O2 ABC2, Glasgow on 27 March. Tickets £25 on sale now via O2 Priority and for general sale on Friday 5 February at 9am through***

***Jedward will be performing at The Garage, Islington, London on 28 March. Tickets £25 from the venue on Friday 5 February at 9am***

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