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Jon Bellion

All Ages

$35 advance

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From the Promoter

Today, Jon Bellion announced the third leg of The Human Condition Tour. The New York-based singer, songwriter, musician and producer will kick off the North American headline run on September 8 at the Skyline Stage at the Mann in Philadelphia, PA. It will include shows at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA (September 27), 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, CO (October 10) and the Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, IN (October 20 and 21). Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 9. See below for itinerary or visit

The first two legs of The Human Condition Tour were completely sold out. Bellion’s “All Time Low” video, which has more than 50 million views, captures highlights from his live shows. It can be seen HERE. Stream “All Time Low” featuring Stormzy HERE.

“All Time Low,” certified double Platinum by the RIAA, was a Top 10 hit at Pop radio and charted in the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100. Cumulative U.S. streams have surpassed 200 million and the song spent 15 consecutive weeks in the Top 20 of the U.S. Shazam chart. “All Time Low” was the first single from Bellion’s full-length debut album, The Human Condition (Capitol Records/Visionary Music Group), which entered the Billboard 200 at No. 5.

Check out Jon Bellion’s new single, “Overwhelming,” HERE.

Bellion got his start with a series of mixtapes featuring his original songs – all recorded in his parents’ basement. He built a remarkable following by sharing his music directly with listeners, giving away more than 200,000 free downloads of 2014’s The Definition and playing live for fans on two sold-out national tours. His songs have more than one billion streams collectively worldwide. Also a sought-after collaborator, Bellion co-wrote and produced “Trumpets” for Jason Derulo and co-wrote the GRAMMY® Award winning, 10x-Platinum hit “The Monster” for Eminem and Rihanna. He also contributed vocals to Zedd’s “Beautiful Now” and B.o.B’s “Violence.”