2023 I Hope This Never Ends Tour
JDXN announced a 2023 tour earlier this year, with the pop-punk TikTok sensation lining up dates all across North America. JDXN will be supported on the tour by Beauty School Dropout, and they will begin the I Hope This Never Ends Tour at the Ace of Spaces in Sacramento, CA, on Friday, February 24. After sweeping across the country – there are dates in cities as diverse in size as Fort Worth, TX and Lawrence, KS – the tour will end in the same state it began with a Thursday, April 16 gig at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA.
JDXN broke onto the social media scene before proving his drawing power with his 2021 debut album Tell Me About Tomorrow. This was an album produced by Travis Barker, the drummer of genre-defining artists Blink-182. Barker will also be touring in 2023, with Blink announcing a massive World Tour (with their original lineup for the first time in a decade) earlier this year.
JDXN announced his own tour on the back of a successful single release when “Sober” became a hit back in November. That Chattanooga, TN product has clear influences of Blink in his work, following their pop-punk, rock, and emo-rap formula to solid success. His 2020 single “Angels & Demons” peaked at No. 5 on the US Rock chart, with follow-up “So What” also cracking the top 10. Keep your eye on this tour of smaller venues across the US because you never know when an artist will blow up and start hitting arenas, missing the personal touch of these more intimate gigs.