Grab your bows, Jojo Siwa has announced her first Irish show

Grab your bows, Jojo Siwa has announced her first Irish show

Jojo Siwa is set to play her first Irish gig this November as part of an upcoming European tour.

The Nickelodeon star will be bringing her D.R.E.A.M tour to the 3Arena on November 6.

The 16-year-old is best known for her Youtube account, where she has nearly 10 million followers and merchandise from underwear to kitchen utensils.

She also appeared in two seasons of Dance Moms.

Speaking about the announcement of the UK and Ireland leg of her tour, Jojo Siwa said:

I’m so excited to bring my tour to the UK & Ireland – I can’t wait to see everyone! We’re going to have the best time ever!

JoJo’s visit to Europe will end an epic 80 city U.S tour that kicked off with a sold-out show in Phoenix Arizona on May 17.

Fans of the star include Kim Kardashian’s daughter North West, who Swia babysat as part of her Youtube series.

Tickets for JOJO SIWA at 3Arena, Dublin go on sale Friday, July 19 at 10 AM from.

All usual Ticketmaster outlets Nationwide

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