Seventeen new dates have been added to Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour.

Presented by Party City and produced by Nickelodeon and AEG Presents, the 70-city trek is the first full-length North American tour for the Nickelodeon and YouTube star. The journey includes a two-day stop in Chicago for the previously announced Nickelodeon SlimeFest.

On April 12, Nickelodeon will release Celebrate — JoJo Siwa’s second EP — featuring four new songs: “It’s Time To Celebrate,” “#1U,” “Worldwide Party,” and “Bop!” Siwa’s next music video, “It’s Time To Celebrate,” will premiere on Nickelodeon on Saturday, April 13.

Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour North American Dates

  • May 17: Phoenix | Comerica Theatre
  • May 19: Los Angeles | Microsoft Theater
  • May 20: San Diego | San Diego Civic Theatre
  • May 21: San Jose, California | City National Civic
  • May 23: Seattle | Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
  • May 25: Eugene, Oregon | Hult Center for the Performing Arts
  • May 28: Salt Lake City |  Abravanel Hall
  • May 30: Denver | Paramount Theatre
  • June 1: Tulsa, Oklahoma | Brady Theater
  • June 2: Kansas City | Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
  • June 4: St. Louis | Stifel Theatre
  • June 5: Des Moines, Iowa | Des Moines Civic Center
  • June 6: Minneapolis | Northrop, University of Minnesota
  • June 8-9: Chicago | Nickelodeon’s SlimeFest
  • June 11: Cleveland | Keybank State Theatre
  • June 12: Baltimore | The Modell Lyric
  • June 13: New Brunswick, New Jersey | State Theatre New Jersey
  • June 15: Hartford, Connecticut | The Bushnell
  • June 16: Lowell, Massachusetts | Lowell Memorial Auditorium
  • June 18: New York | Beacon Theatre
  • June 20: Charlotte, North Carolina | Ovens Auditorium
  • June 21: Nashville, Tennessee | Tennessee Performing Arts Center
  • June 22: Atlanta | Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
  • June 25: Grand Prairie, Texas | The Theatre at Grand Prairie
  • June 26: Austin, Texas | Bass Concert Hall
  • July 10: Orlando, Florida | Amway Center
  • July 12: Sunrise, Florida | BB&T Center
  • July 13: Saint Augustine, Florida | Saint Augustine Amphitheatre
  • July 14: Charleston, South Carolina | Volvo Car Stadium
  • July 16: Greensboro, North Carolina | Greensboro Coliseum
  • July 18: Richmond, Virginia | Virginia Credit Union LIVE!
  • July 19: Vienna, Virginia | Wolf Trap
  • July 20: Mashantucket, Connecticut | The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino
  • July 21: Queens, New York | Forest Hills Stadium
  • July 23: Boston | Agganis Arena
  • July 24: Newark | Prudential Center
  • July 26: Uniondale, New York | NYCB Live
  • July 27: Philadelphia | The Mann
  • July 28: Lewiston, New York | Artpark
  • July 30: Pittsburgh | Petersen Events Center
  • July 31: Columbus, Ohio | Schottenstein Center
  • Aug. 2: Toronto | Coca-Cola Coliseum
  • Aug. 3: Detroit | Masonic Temple Theatre
  • Aug. 4: Milwaukee, Wisconsin | BMO Harris Pavilion
  • Aug. 6: Omaha, Nebraska | Baxter Arena
  • Aug. 8: Broomfield, Colorado | 1STBANK Center
  • Aug. 10: Las Vegas | Mandalay Bay Events Center
  • Aug. 11: Santa Barbara, California | Santa Barbara Bowl
  • Aug. 13: Anaheim, California | Honda Center
  • Aug. 14: Oakland, California | Oracle Arena
  • Aug. 15: Reno, Nevada | Reno Events Center
  • Aug. 17: Portland, Oregon | Theater Of The Clouds
  • Aug. 18: Redmond, Washington | Marymoor Park Concerts
  • Aug. 20: Vancouver, British Columbia | Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
  • Aug. 24: Lincoln, Nebraska | Pinnacle Bank Arena
  • Aug. 25: Cedar Rapids, Iowa | U.S. Cellular Center
  • Aug. 27: Grand Rapids, Michigan | Van Andel Arena
  • Aug. 28: Kettering, Ohio | Fraze Pavilion
  • Aug. 31: Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania | Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
  • Sep. 1: Harrington, Delaware | Delaware State Fair M&T Bank Grandstand
  • Sep. 4: Toledo, Ohio | Huntington Center
  • Sep. 6: Indianapolis | Bankers Life Fieldhouse
  • Sep. 7: Louisville, Kentucky | KFC Yum! Center
  • Sep. 8: Birmingham, Alabama | Legacy Arena at BJCC
  • Sep. 10: Memphis, Tennessee | FedExForum
  • Sep. 11: New Orleans | Lakefront Arena
  • Sep. 13: Sugar Land, Texas | Smart Financial Centre
  • Sep. 14: San Antonio | AT&T Center
  • Sep. 15: Edinburg, Texas | Bert Ogden Arena
  • Sep. 17: Grand Prairie, Texas | The Theatre at Grand Prairie