JoJo Siwa sells out first Irish show in the 3Arena

JoJo Siwa sells out first Irish show in the 3Arena

A 16-year-old American YouTube star has fully sold out her first ever Irish show, which has a capacity of 13,000.

JoJo Siwa will now play a second date at 3Arena in Dublin this November.

Tickets for the extra show go on sale on Tuesday, with promoters warning parents to only buy from official sources.

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