Jessie J adds extra Cork date

Jessie J adds extra Cork date

Jessie J, whose chart-topping hits include 'Price Tag', 'Do It Like A Dude', 'Who You Are', 'Domino' and the current single 'LaserLight', has confirmed an extra date for this year’s Cork Live At The Marquee.

Her first gig at the annual Cork bash, pencilled in for July 3, was sold out, but the singer has added another gig for July 1.

Tickets for the extra gig go on sale this Friday, May 11 at 9am.

Jessie made chart history last week as the first UK female to chart six Top 10 singles from one album.

She is currently appearing as a coach on 'The Voice UK' alongside Tom Jones, will.i.am and The Script’s Danny O’Donoghue.

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