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Jesse & Joy will perform for the first time in Caracas

The Mexican duo will offer their 2024 tour on November 09 at the CCCT

The Jesse & Joy concert in Caracas already has a date. The Mexican duo will debut on Venezuelan soil, as part of their 2024 tour, next Saturday, November 09 on the Terrace of the Ciudad Tamanaco Shopping Center (CCCT).

The information was revealed by the producer Thiene Producer, via Instagram, where they promised that it will be a romantic encounter.

For the first time, the Venezuelan public will be able to sing their emblematic hits such as “Corre!”, “Espacio Sideral”, “La de la malaluck”, “Chocolate”, “Con qué se el perro?”, and “Llorar” , in addition to the songs from his most recent album “Cliches”, nominated for a Latin Grammy.

The shared publication announced that the singers will be accompanied by other surprise musical exponents, “which promises an explosion of pure feeling, emotion and good songs.”

Pre-sale tickets range from $40 to $150. “Terrace 1: $150, Terrace 2: $150, VIP: $100, Standing 1: $80 and Standing 2: $40,” the post added.

The Jesse & Joy tour

According to Mexican media, the brothers Jesse & Joy are, since February 14, doing the “VIF Live” tour in several cities in Mexico.

Last May, Mexican artists delighted their followers at the Majadas Forum in Guatemala. On June 21 they will be back in Mexico City, then on August 24 they will sing at the Coca-Cola Music Hall in Puerto Rico.

In the United States they will be performing on September 20 in Arizona, a day later in California, and on October 6 in Dallas, Texas.

In addition to the tour, Jesse & Joy are promoting their sixth studio album. 


Last May, the Mexican duo brought together 10 people at the National Auditorium in Mexico City, in a show that lasted approximately 2 and a half hours.

During the concert, the complicity between Jesse and Joy was notable in every interaction, reflecting in addition to their brotherly bond, their shared passion for music. They did it in songs like “Llegaste tú”, “Dueles”, “I want to fall in love”, “One more kiss”, among others.

At the concert, which celebrated love, community, respect and music, the singers surprised the audience when accompanied by mariachis they sang “For women like you.” In Venezuela it is expected that the show will have similar characteristics, so there is nothing better than discovering how they are going to get an idea.

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