Jah Cure Kick Start European Tour On A High

Reggae Sensation Jah Cure kicked of his Life We Live Tour on Thursday October 30 in Hamburg, Germany. The tour is also in support of the newest single Life we Live, which hit iTunes at the #4 spot in July, from his upcoming album scheduled for release in early 2015.

The That Girl singer is blazing the Jamaican flag in several European cities­­­­ as the tour will see a total of 19 shows with stops in Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland, France & Austria.

The Reggae singer is pleased with the reception he has gotten in Europe thus far. “My team and I have had a great reception from reggae fans in Europe. It’s been a while since I have been here for an extended period and I am looking forward to sharing my music and passion with the people here,” he explained.

Jah Cure’s Life We Live Tour began in Germany on November 1 where he performed at Yaam in the capital city of Berlin before travelling to neighbouring, Netherlands for the Reggae Hours 2014 show in Amsterdam on November 2. The tour remained in the Netherlands as Jah Cure is also performed at the Huize Maas in Groningen on November 4.

The International reggae artiste then commenced a Scandinavian leg of the tour on November 5 at the Moriska Paviljongen in Malmo, Sweden before heading to Oslo, Norway on November 6 to perform at John Dee’s. The tour then returned to Sweden, this time at the Nalen in Stockholm on November 7 after which Jah Cure traveled to the renowned Helsinki, Finland on November 8 for a performance at the Teatteri Forum.

The Life We Live Tour will continue into Belgium on November 10 at Petrol in Antwerpen, then Arnheim, Netherlands at Luxor Live on November 12 before two stops in Switzerland at Gaskessel in Bern and Maison Des Associations in Geneva on November 13 and 14 respectively.

The final leg of the tour begins in France at the Next Club in Toulouse on November 15, then returns for a final appearance in Switzerland’s capital, Zurich at the Escherwyss on November 16 before travelling to Vienna, Austria on November 17 to perform at the Reigen. The tour will then close with 3 performances in France, first at Le Crooner in Rouen on November 20, then Glazart in the capital city, Paris on November 21 before a finale at the Barbey in Bordeaux on November 23.

Jah Cure recently performed on the 22nd staging of Reggae Sumfest and delivered a superb set at the Arthur Guinness Day celebration concert in Kingston which was streamed to throughout the Caribbean. The sensational vocalist has been creating a stir with his latest releases which include a cover of John Legends hit All of Me which has received rave reviews. His original tracks That Girl and Wake Up have also been getting sparkling reviews and heavy rotation across the airwaves. His stirring melodies and sobering messages has catapulted the singer to a status of musical messenger.