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Before he joins Britney Spears on her European trek, Joe Jonas will showcase his debut album, "Fastlife," on a fall U.S. tour with fellow pop singer Jay Sean. The 19-city run kicks off in Boston on Sept. 6, with tickets going on sale on Aug. 19.
"I've been working hard to put together a show that my fans are going to love," says Jonas in a release. "There are some real surprises in store so people coming out to these shows are going to see a different side of me. I really can't wait to get back out there and see all those familiar faces again."
While Jay Sean has already scored hits like "Down" and "Do You Remember," Jonas is currently promoting his debut solo single, "See No More," and premiered a new track, "Love Slayer," last week. Both songs will be featured on "Fastlife," which is set for an Oct. 11 release; meanwhile, Jay Sean's forthcoming album "Freeze Time" still does not have a release date.
After the U.S. tour wraps on Oct. 6, Jonas will head to Stockholm, Sweden to join Spears on her European tour on Oct. 16. "She was the first girl I ever had a poster on my wall of, and her album was the first CD I ever bought," Jonas recently told People about Spears. "It's so funny to think I had that on my wall and here I am about to perform with her."
Here are the tour dates for the Joe Jonas/Jay Sean tour:
Sept. 6: Boston, Mass. (House Of Blues)
Sept. 7: Upper Darby, Pa. (Tower Theatre)
Sept. 10: Toronto, Ont. (The Sound Academy)
Sept. 12: Chicago, Ill (House Of Blues)
Sept. 15: Minneapolis, Minn. (First Avenue)
Sept. 17: Denver, Colo. (Fillmore)
Sept. 19: San Francisco, Calif. (Warfield)
Sept. 20: Los Angeles, Calif (The Wiltern)
Sept. 21: Pomona, Calif. (Fox Theater)
Sept. 24: Scottsdale, Ariz. (Venue of Scottsdale)
Sept. 26: Houston, Tex. ( House Of Blues)
Sept. 28: Austin, Tex. (ACL Live)
Sept. 29: Dallas, Tex. (House Of Blues)
Oct. 1: Tampa, Fla. (Venue TBD)
Oct. 2: Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (House Of Blues)
Oct. 3: Atlanta, Ga. (Tabernacle)
Oct. 5: Silver Spring, Md. (Fillmore Silver Spring)
Oct. 6: New York, N.Y. (Best Buy Theater)