Jhené Aiko's 2024 tourGetting Magic Hour Tou ticketsr

This year, Jhené Aiko will bring her enchantment to cities all across North America with her tour that will take place in 2024...

This year, the Grammy-nominated R&B diva will be performing at a total of 26 arenas throughout the country as part of the Magic Hour Tour,

which was announced on Tuesday after being postponed for several years. The tour will begin in Detroit on June 19 and will conclude in Columbus, Ohio, on August 19.

The vocalist known for her song "Sativa" will be accompanied by a group of supporting artists consisting of Coi Leray, Tink, Umi, and Kiana Ledé.Aiko is planned to perform sets at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April, which will take place prior to the beginning of the performance tour...

In the past five years, Aiko has not embarked on a headline tour until The Magic Hour. Although it was first reported that the tour would be used to promote her album "Chilombo" in 2020, the singer made the announcement in 2021, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, that "due to circumstances beyond my control, the tour has been cancelled until further notice."

The song "Chilombo" was nominated for three Grammy Awards in the year 2020: album of the year, best progressive R&B album, and best R&B performance.

She was also honored at the 2014 Grammy Awards, where she was nominated for best R&B single ("The Worst"), best urban contemporary album for her debut EP, "

Sail Out," and best rap/sung collaboration for her tune with Common, "Blak Majik." All of these nominations were for her work.

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