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Jack Johnson’s 2014 World Tour Dates

This spring Jack Johnson and his band will begin their 2014 world tour. A run that takes the group to South America and Mexico, before they embark on their North American Summer Headline Tour.

This year, Jack continues his support of last years release of their sixth studio album, From Here To Now To You’, which debuted #1 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart, with shows in several countries and a handful of major music festivals.

On March 10th Jack will head to South America for a run of dates throughout Peru, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil. From there, Jack and the band head slightly north to headline the Cumbre Tajin Festival in Veracruz, Mexico. Then in April, Jack returns to Australia to headline the Byron Bay Blues and Roots Festival on the 18th.

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This summer, the headlining tour puts the band back on the road again, hitting some of their favorite outdoor venues such as Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Prospect Park Bandshell, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Gorge Amphitheatre, Greek Theater and wraps up at the Santa Barbara Bowl. Support during the tour includes Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Amos Lee, Michael Kiwanuka and Brushfire labelmates, ALO and Bahamas.

Starting in May, Jack and the band will begin this run in Gulf Shores, Alabama with a headlining spot at the Hangout Music Festival. Happening May 16-18, the fest also features ALO, The Black Keys, Outkast, Modest Mouse, The Killers, Queens of the Stone Age, Pretty Lights, The Avett Brothers, The Flaming Lips, STS9, Wiz Khalifaand many more.

Jack along with ALO will then head down to the only Florida concert of the tour, a sold out show at the St. Augustine Amphitheater. After a night in North Carolina the group plays Boston Friday night, May 23rd, headlining the Boston Calling Festival.

Continuing the tour around the east side of the continent during the first half of June, Jack then headlines Dover, Delaware’s Firefly Music Festival on the weekend of June 19-22. Also headlining are the Foo Fighters & Outkast as well as an amazing lineup that includes Imagine Dragons, Arctic Monkeys, The Lumineers, Weezer, Ziggy Marley and more.

From there, Jack and the band will play 6 dates throughout Europe during the first two weeks in July. The run includes a spot at the Main Square Festival in Arras France on July 5th, an event that includes MGMT, John Butler Trio and Disclosure. Jack and the band end the tour during the end of August with ten dates through out the western half of North America.

Always environmentally concise, as part of the From Here To Now To You Tour, Jack’s ‘All At Once’ campaign is collaborating with hand-chosen community groups worldwide to support sustainable local food systems and plastic free initiatives. The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation will match donations to the ‘All At Once Non-Profit Partners’ for this tour, up to a total of $2,500 (US) per group. In North America, ‘All At Once’ comes to life at the shows in the Village Green, where concert-goers connect with local non-profits, take environmental action, capture environmental commitment photos, and enter to win a chance to watch Jack’s performance from the stage. There will be local events with the ‘All At Once Non-Proift Partners’ in all regions. For more details or visit

As part of the 2013 run of the From Here To Now To You Tour Jack’s ‘All At Once Community’ collaborated with over 90 community groups across Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand. Jack, his fans, band and touring crew, along with venue operators, were successful in minimizing the environmental impact of the tour. Please have a look at the ‘All At Once 2013 Impact Results’ HERE!

To read more about Jack Johnson, and his upcoming album and tour please check out the links below.

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Article By: Aaron Solomon

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