Nickelodeon Australia has announced that performer JoJo Siwa will tour Australia for the first time ever this summer.

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February 14, 2019

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Set to coincide with Australia’s July school holiday, the month-long tour will bring Siwa to music venues and fashion parades across various Australian cities. Siwa will debut her new song “High Top Shoes,” on tour and will showcase her product line including fashion, outerwear, sleep, accessories, stationery, bikes, arts and crafts, toys and show bags.

“We are thrilled to host JoJo Siwa in Australia and create an amazing experience for all of her fans,” says Ben Cox, vice president and general manager, Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand. “She is such a fun, energetic role model for kids and lives and breathes the Nickelodeon spirit, through her upbeat songs to her stance against bullying.”

The JoJo Siwa tour kicks off July 2 in Queensland and will make stops in Melbourne and Sydney.

To mark the occasion, Siwa will host an exclusive in-cinema Q&A session and screening of the Nickelodeon film Blurt! following her Sydney performance. Nick will also release new content including “JoJo Siwa: My World” on the “Nick Play App” in July.

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