Jessie Ware Announces North American Headline Tour 

Jessie Ware performs live on stage during Primavera Sound Festival at Distrito Anhembi on November 6, 2022 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photo by Mauricio Santana/Getty Images)

With just a few days to go until the release of Jessie Ware’s new album, the UK pop star has announced dates for a brief North American headline tour that promises lots of dancing and good times. 

That! Feels Good! is due out April 28 and includes the singles “Free Yourself,” “Pearls” and “Begin Again.” The Mercury Prize and 6-time BRIT-nominated singer/songwriter debuted “Free Yourself” at 2022’s Glastonbury Festival and the tune earned praise from The New York Times, Pitchfork, Consequence of Sound, and NPR Music, who called it “the soundtrack of the best party you’ll find this summer.”

The LP is the follow-up to Ware’s fourth studio album, 2020’s What’s Your Pleasure?

The North American tour begins at Chicago’s The Vic Oct. 5, with stops at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Palladium, San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom, Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club, Philadelphia’s Union Transfer, New York’s Terminal 5 and Toronto’s Rebel Entertainment Complex. She also has a few fall dates lined up in the U.K. in November. Check out the schedule below.

Fans who pre-order any format of That! Feels Good! will get access to a presale. The general onsale starts Friday. 

“I have never been more ready to tour an album!” Ware said in a statement. “Touring my last album was the biggest thrill for me…the dancing, the choreography, I loved it all. The That! Feels Good! tour will be a continuation of that…but even bigger, even better, and even more dancing and a whole lot more of YOU!! Tickets go on sale this Friday, with pre-sales earlier in the week. Buy a ticket, it will feel good” x

Box office reports submitted to Pollstar for Ware include an Oct. 20, 2022, show at Auditorio Blackberry in Mexico City that sold 3,147 tickets and grossed $131,732 (2,652,680 pesos). She also supported Harry Styles including six nights at Chicago’s United Center in October, which grossed $20.4 million.


October 5 – Chicago – The Vic

October 10 – Los Angeles – Hollywood Palladium

October 11 – San Francisco – Regency Ballroom

October 16 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club

October 19 – Philadelphia – Union Transfer

October 20 – New York – Terminal 5

October 23 – Toronto – Rebel Entertainment Complex

November 10 – Manchester – Victoria Warehouse

November 13 – Glasgow – Barrowlands

November 17 – London – Alexandra Palace