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Jill Scott Extends 2016 Tour Dates: Ticket Presale Code Info

Paulina Praphanchith

by Paulina Praphanchith

Published May 11, 2016
Jill Scott Woman album cover art

R&B singer-songwriter Jill Scott will headline a U.S tour this summer, including stops in New York, California, and Louisiana. The Philadelphia soul artist also has some European festival dates on her calendar.

Last year, Jilly from Philly released her fifth studio album, Woman, which was her first full-length since The Light of The Sun in 2011. She also released a Greatest Hits compilation called Golden Moments.

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WHEN DO JILL SCOTT 2016 TICKETS GO ON SALE AND WHAT'S THE PRE-SALE PASSWORD?

Tickets are already on sale for several of Jill Scott's upcoming concerts. For the newly announced concerts, general public ticket sales begin on Friday, May 13. There are a few presales before then, through Ticketmaster and local venues / radio stations.

The Ticketmaster presale offer code is GOLDEN. The Live Nation code is FRONTROW and the Live Nation Mobile App password is COVERT. We recommend signing up for Jill Scott's email newsletter (bottom of the page) and your local venue newsletter, as well as following them on social media to get the most up-to-date information about additional offers.

Keep in mind, details are subject to change and each date can be different. Check above for more information about the concert you’re interested in.

For Jill Scott's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out her Zumic artist page.

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