Jason Mraz Confirms Summer Tour 2021

By Scott Bernstein May 21, 2021 9:24 am PDT

Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz will hit the road this summer for a month-long tour. The excursion currently spans July 30 – August 28 and will be followed by a hometown symphonic show.

Mraz will be joined on tour by a 13-piece reggae band, including a number of musicians who contributed to his 2020 album, Look For The Good. The jaunt begins at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater in Austin on July 30 and at Houston’s The Lawn at White Oak Music Hall on July 31.

A busy August starts at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory in Dallas on the 1st. Additional August dates follow in Kansas City, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Detroit, Dayton, Chicago, Cleveland, Asbury Park (New Jersey), Washington D.C., Shelburne (Vermont), Boston, Philadelphia, New York City, Uncasville (Connecticut), Portland (Maine), Gilford (New Hampshire), Canandaigua (New York) and Pittsburgh. Mraz plays The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park in his hometown of San Diego with the San Diego Symphony on September 26.

“When we recorded Look For The Good, we knew we had created something special, something uplifting, that needed to be performed in front of live audiences,” explained Mraz in a statement. “And then, right before our shows began, the world stopped. Like many artists we created quarantine concerts across the internet, but no matter how big the digital reach, it doesn’t compare to being in the same room. We’ve been patiently waiting for this day: when the curtain goes up in Austin, it will be a celebration of life, with a new appreciation for live music, and in-person connections we’ve all been missing.”

Tickets for Mraz’s “Look For The Good Live” tour go on sale Thursday, May 27 at 10 a.m. local time. Stream a ska version of We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. single “Make It Mine,” released today in conjunction with the tour announcement:

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