Craig Stickland Has Been Announced As JoJo’s Mad Love European Tour Support Act

Ever since JoJo announced who the support act for the American leg of her Mad Love Tour; fans have been wondering who would be supporting her in Europe. Today, Craig Stickland announced that he will be the opening act on the European dates.

He posted an Instagram photo of the European tour dates, urging fans to buy tickets whilst they still can. He later replied to a fan, stating that he will be opening the shows.

Currently, five shows from the European leg of JoJo’s Mad Love Tour are sold out. These are Dublin on 15 January, London on 17 January, Birmingham on 28 January, Manchester on 29 January, and London again on 1 February. For those who want to go to the Birmingham show, JoJo will be performing at The Nightingale Club on the night of 28 January, after her show.

For those of you who don’t know who Craig Stickland is, he is a Canadian-born folk/alternative rock singer-songwriter. He released his debut album on 15 January 2016; who would’ve thought that exactly one year later he would be opening JoJo’s Mad Love Tour in Dublin, and then going on to support her on the rest of her European dates.

He’s most popular song to date is “Liquor Store Blues”, which has a catchy melody that is matched with his bluesy vocals. This song is highly addictive and will surely get the crowd geared up for JoJo.

Watch Craig Stickland’s Music Video For “Liquor Store Blues” Here:

It was previously announced that Stanaj will be the opening act for the U.S. leg of JoJo’s Mad Love Tour.

What do you make of JoJo’s support act? How excited are you to see Craig Stickland on The Mad Love Tour? Tell us all your thoughts on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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