Jason Mraz has announced plans for a series of early summer live dates. The dates begin Friday, June 16th at Tucson, AZ’s Centennial Hall and includes both headline shows as well as an eagerly anticipated headline performance at Telluride, CO’s 44th Telluride Bluegrass Festival, slated for Sunday, June 18th. For complete details and ticket information, please log on to jasonmraz.com/tour or Ticketmaster.com. The dates see Mraz continuing what he has spent most of the last year doing—emerging from writing and recording to road-test new songs for his upcoming album, as well as celebrating some of his most memorable hits with his family of fans. The live performances culminate with a very special birthday celebration at Los Angeles, CA’s Hollywood Bowl on Mraz’s birthday, Friday, June 23rd, marking his third headline show at the Bowl following two previous sold out appearances at the world famous venue.
Hailed by the New York Times as “part Jack Johnson, part Eckhart Tolle,” Jason Mraz’s amazing journey has propelled him from Southern California’s vaunted coffee house scene to arenas, amphitheaters, and stadiums all over the world. The San Diego-based troubadour has earned diamond, multi-platinum or platinum certifications in numerous territories for his various releases, as well as a myriad of accolades including two GRAMMY® Awards (among six total nominations), two Teen Choice Awards, two People’s Choice Awards, ASCAP’s Song of the Year and Foundation Champion Awards, the Songwriters Hall of Fame’s Hal David Starlight Award, Surfrider Foundation’s Clean Water Award, and four San Diego Music Awards thus far. A dedicated surfer, farmer/gardener, filmmaker, and photographer, Mraz is first and foremost a committed global citizen whose impassioned social activism and philanthropic efforts span wide-ranging environmental advocacy and ardent support for LGBT equality. Though it all, Jason Mraz continually confirms and celebrates music’s myriad forms and miraculous power, inspiring and delighting his countless fans around the world he calls home.