With all the success garnered from her role as Hilary in Peacock’s Bel-Air as well as the major strides she’s made in her burgeoning music career, Coco Jones has been on a winning streak lately. Now, it seems like her run is only getting hotter, as she’s announced that she’ll be hitting the road for her What I Didn’t Tell You Tour.
Beginning on Aug. 8 in Boston, this will be the first headlining tour of her career. Ebony Riley will be the opening act for the tour.
Since signing with High Standardz/Def Jam Recordings in 2022, Jones has had the honor of working with some of the most sublime and prolific names across the canon of R&B, including Bryan-Michael Cox, Eric Hudson and Darkchild to name a few, all of whom have contributed to nurturing her talent.
By virtue of the immense success of “ICU,” Jones won awards at both the 2023 NAACP Image Awards and the BET Awards.
Jones is set to make myriad appearances at various festivals across the country this year, including at Broccoli City, Sol Blume and Made in America.
She will also be performing alongside Jhene Aiko and Queen Naija on Aug. 5 in Ontario, California.
The What I Didn’t Tell You Tour will stop in major cities across the nation, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and more. Tickets will be available for artist presale on June 28 at 10 a.m. local time, with Spotify/venue presale also available June 28 at 10 a.m. local time.
Tickets will be available to the public on June 30 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets can be purchased here.
All locations, venues and dates for the tour can be found below:
Aug. 8 — Boston — Paradise Rock Club
Aug. 10 — Toronto — The Phoenix Concert Theatre
Aug. 11 — Detroit — Majestic Theatre
Aug. 13 — Chicago — House of Blues
Aug. 15 — Minneapolis — First Avenue
Aug. 17 — Englewood, Colorado — Gothic Theatre
Aug. 22 — Los Angeles — Fonda Theatre
Aug. 23 — Santa Ana, California — The Observatory
Aug. 25 — Phoenix — The Van Buren
Aug. 27 — Dallas — The Echo Lounge & Music Hall
Aug. 29 — Birmingham, Alabama — Iron City
Aug. 30 — Nashville, Tennessee — Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
Sept. 3 — Norfolk, Virginia — The NorVa