JoJo Performing Free Concerts to Benefit Breast Cancer Awareness

Pop sensation JoJo will be performing free shows at Hard Rock Café locations across the country to benefit Breast Cancer Awareness.


JoJo will kick off the tour on October 24, 2011 in Baltimore, before heading to Washington DC, Boston, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Indianapolis, and Chicago (full tour dates below).

She will be performing some of her past hits such as “Too Little Too Late” and “Leave (Get Out),” her new single “Disaster,” and other songs from her forthcoming album Jumping Trains, due out in early 2012.

$5 donations are requested to benefit Breast Cancer awareness and will include a signed CD single of “Disaster.”

Check out the complete tour schedule:

Baltimore, MD
Monday, October 24th @ 7PM
Hard Rock Cafe
601 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
** To benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure**

Washington, DC
Tuesday, October 25th @ 4PM
Hard Rock Cafe
999 E Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20004
** To benefit City of Hope **

Boston, MA
Thursday, October 27th @ 7PM
Hard Rock Cafe
22-24 Clinton St.
Boston, MA 02109
** To benefit The Ellie Fund **

Pittsburgh, PA
Saturday, October 29th @ 11AM
Hard Rock Cafe
230 W. Station Square Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
** To benefit Young Women’s Breast Cancer Foundation **

Detroit, MI
Sunday, October 30th @ 6PM
Hard Rock Cafe
45 Monroe Street
Detroit, MI 48226
** To benefit Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute **

Indianapolis, IN
Monday, October 31st @ 7:30PM
Hard Rock Cafe
49 South Meridian
Indianapolis, IN 46204
** To benefit Pink Ribbon Connection Institute **

Chicago, IL
Tuesday, November 1st @ 7PM
Hard Rock Cafe Chicago
63 West Ontario
Chicago, IL 60654
** To benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure**

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  1. Ronald Bennett says:

    Hey jojo I will like to know if u coming back to Baltimore md for a concert if so I will like to have backstages pass plz.

    Thxs love Ronald Bennett jr

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