Jack Johnson at XFINITY Theatre

Jack Johnson Tickets

XFINITY Theatre | Hartford, Connecticut

EVENT RESCHEDULED TO MONDAY 11TH JULY 2022. Originally Sunday 26th June 2022. All original tickets are still valid!

Jack Johnson comes to Xfinity Theatre on Monday 11th July 2022 (Rescheduled from Sunday 26th June 2022) as part of his Summer headline North American Tour. The multi-platinum recording artist will go on a 30-date tour that begins on 21st June at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavillion in Gilford and will include other notable stops such as Ameris Bank Amphitheatre Hollywood Bowl, Santa Barbara and many more. Live Nation produces the tour, and the fans are excited to get their hands on the tickets as soon as they can. If you want to catch Jack Johnson live at Xfinity Theatre, make sure you buy your tickets right now before they are gone!

Jack Johnson at Xfinity Theatre

Jack Johnson also released a statement regarding the upcoming tour, stating how it had been a while since the band got together to play some live music, and they all are excited to be back. Jack Johnson is one of the country's most recognised artists and is not just known for his music. Alongside being a songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist, he is also a professional surfer and filmmaker. He is known for soft pop and acoustic pop genres.
Johnson received widespread recognition after the release of his debut album, Brushfire Fairytales. It was received with great appreciation and became an instant commercial success. He has reached number one on the Billboard 200 for four of his albums. Johnson is widely admired because he is an activist and environmentalist. With his wife, Kim, Jack also has set up the Kokua Hawaii foundation that supports environmental education in local Hawaii schools. On stage, he produced magic through his music and off-stage, he is one human trying to make a positive impact on this world. If you want to see Jack Johnson live on stage, you need to buy your tickets ASAP before they are sold out!

Jack Johnson at Xfinity Theatre

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