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Jacob Collier - DJESSE VOL. 4 NORTH AMERICA TOUR with Special Guest Kimbra at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater (up to 38% off)

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The Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave, Miami...

 

arts & culture

BEST PRICE

 

What you will experience

Bucket Listers is excited to partner with Live Nation to offer you exclusive ticket pricing:

💰 $33 per person 
🗓️ Tuesday, 5/7/2024
🚪 Doors Open at 7:00 PM
⏰ Show Starts at 8:00 PM

📍The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater: 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL, 33139

All sales final; no refunds, cancellations, or reschedules.

Seating Section
• General Admission Standing (up to 38% off retail pricing of $53.50)


*Retail pricing includes ticket price and all fees
 
Lineup
Jacob Collier
Kimbra

About The Event:

Jacob Collier has announced his biggest North American headlining tour to date for spring 2024, to celebrate the release of his long-awaited new album Djesse Vol. 4 (February 29, Hajanga / Decca / Interscope). Five years have passed since Collier embarked on the epic musical journey of Djesse, which began as an ambitious idea to make one massive album. Djesse soon erupted into an expansive four-part series that encompasses every genre under the sun, culminating in a grand finale that combines all the elements that came before – and so much more. Through five GRAMMY wins and eleven nominations including Album of the Year for 2020’s Djesse Vol. 3, dozens of collaborations and hundreds of performances, Collier’s talent and imagination have continued to exceed his own stratospheric heights and led his fans to expect the unexpected.

Collier announced Djesse Vol. 4 the day after he headlined the Hollywood Bowl last month, and shared new single “Little Blue” (feat. Brandi Carlile).  Watch the video, and learn more about Djesse Vol. 4 in Billboard or Collier’s recent appearance on the Zach Sang Show.

Djesse has so far included 37 songs, welcoming nearly 25 featured artists, plus gospel choirs, orchestras and more into Collier’s singular world. The list of special guests includes a diverse range of talents, from Ty Dolla $ign, T-Pain, Jessie Reyez and Daniel Caesar to Kimbra, Chris Thile, Rapsody, Tori Kelly, JoJo, Lianne La Havas, Oumou Sangare, Laura Mvula, Steve Vai, gnawa master Hamid Kasri and Take 6. Collier’s recent single “WELLLL” – a crunching slice of rock, pop and punk co-written with Remi Wolf – will also be featured on the new album, as will his GRAMMY-nominated 2022 release, “Never Gonna Be Alone” (feat. Lizzy McAlpine & John Mayer).

From sweeping orchestral arrangements to intimate folk songwriting, and fusions of R&B, rap and pop, the multitudes of Djesse Vol. 4 are all centered around an ecstatic and global celebration of the human voice. In the midst of working on Djesse, Collier started turning each of his concert audiences into sprawling, improvised choirs. While conducting the crowd at rock clubs and Lincoln Center, even festival fields like Bonnaroo and Glastonbury, droves of fans have all been united in rousing harmony, furthering his guiding belief that everyone in this world is a musician. Having recorded each of his 80+ audience choirs, roughly 150,000 different voices play a role in the story and creation of Djesse Vol. 4.

Throughout the evolution of Djesse, Jacob Collier’s career has grown to reach tremendous heights as a solo artist headlining the world’s greatest stages, as well as an in-demand collaborator. Djesse has earned Collier three GRAMMY Awards and six nominations. Overall Collier is a 5-time winner and 11-time nominee, making him the first British act in history to win four Grammys for each of his first four albums. In the last twelve months alone his audience choir videos have garnered hundreds of millions of views, he was the first-ever male to be featured as a Vogue Darling, he appeared on the July cover of Rolling Stone UK, and co-wrote and performed on seven tracks of Stormzy’s This Is What I Mean. He has also collaborated extensively with Coldplay and Chris Martin, performing with them on Saturday Night Live in February, as a featured guest at their Wembley Stadium shows last summer, and on their album Music of the Spheres. He has also contributed to major hits including SZA’s “Good Days” and songs by Lizzy McAlpine and Kehlani, and launched a signature line of music-making Crocs. Collier has recorded two NPR Tiny Desks, has spoken at the world-renowned TED conference twice, and has performed on TV shows around the world including the BBC’s Later with Jools Holland, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and more.

Recognized by audiences, critics, and fellow musicians alike as one of the most gifted young artists of modern times, 29-year-old Jacob Collier already has a seemingly endless list of achievements including five Grammy wins along with 11 Grammy nominations including Album of the Year in 2021. As a result, his roster of collaborators is astoundingly varied and vibrant. Jacob’s voice has been featured on recent songs from the likes of Coldplay, SZA, Stormzy, and Kehlani. In his own projects, Collier has worked with an unpredictable cast of artistic powerhouses, from Malian singer Oumou Sangaré to John Mayer, T-Pain, Ty Dolla $ign, Daniel Caesar, and Tori Kelly (to name a few). Exploding onto the global stage with the viral success of his multi-frame, multi-instrumental YouTube covers, Collier caught the attention of Quincy Jones and under his mentorship released his debut album, In My Room, in 2016, which was recorded, produced, and played entirely by Collier. Djesse (his most recent 4-volume album project) has been a natural progression from the one-man process of In My Room, expanding to include collaborators from all over the world. The resulting volumes of Djesse have delivered on Collier’s ambitious promise, featuring an incredible array of artistic peers, and musical themes that encompass everything from orchestral composition to folk songwriting, R&B, rap and pop. Ultimately, although Collier has already achieved more than most artists could hope for in a lifetime, he is still restlessly creative. Alongside the upcoming release of Djesse Vol. 4, he has plans for future projects centered on solo piano, orchestras, film scoring, teaching, musical theatre, and more.


Live Nation Entertainment

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For more information about The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, please go here.
 

What to consider

What are the parking options at The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater?

VALET - $35.00 plus gratuity - Entrance is on Washington Ave. Pull into the circle driveway (Jackie Gleason Dr) to the valet stand. Valet opens approximately 2.5 hours prior to show scheduled start time and closes after the show concludes. Valet is open for most ticketed concerts on the main stage, however valet parking may not be available for all events at The Fillmore Miami Beach. Please check directly with the venue a few days prior to the scheduled event. There are large municipal parking garages located nearby. Prices vary from one lot to the next. Download the ParkMe app for free to help in finding open lots, pricing and availability! On street parking is also available in some areas nearby. Please pay close attention to any parking restrictions.
 

Is there accessible seating?

This is an accessible venue. for general admission shows, please purchase a general admission ticket and the venue will make best accommodations at the time of arrival to the venue. The Fillmore Miami Beach is equipped with elevators and escalators as well as ramps on some levels of the venue. The Fillmore Miami Beach does not have wheelchairs available for patrons to use/borrow. The Fillmore Miami Beach does not have assisted hearing devices at this time. For inquiries into a sign interpreted show, please contact the venue at 305-673-7300 during regular business hours at least 3 weeks prior to any performance to inquire about sign interpreted availability.
 

What are the general rules of The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater?

Customer Safety Live Nation and House of Blues Entertainment are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our guests to enjoy their visit to our Theaters and Clubs. We encourage you to review our safety and security information below prior to arriving at the venue. -Please arrive early to the venue to allow enough time for you and your guests to move through the queue and enter the venue. - Prior to entering the venue, guests will be searched (patted down or mag wanded) to ensure that nothing on the restricted list of items enters the building. You may be asked to empty your pockets of all items so that they can be examined. - All alcohol and narcotic laws will be strictly enforced. - All bags will be searched, and no large bags or backpacks will be allowed. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone. If you see something that concerns you, please say something to our management or Security so we can ensure the best experience possible. Restricted Items: - Fans, artists, and employees are not permitted to bring firearms or weapons of any kind into the venue. - No guns, knives, pepper spray, or any other item that could be used to inflict harm. - Replicas of weapons also are NOT permitted. - No drugs or drug paraphernalia, illegal substances of any kind. - No Outside food or drinks - No video cameras, GoPros, selfie sticks, professional recording equipment - photo, video or audio (no detachable lenses, tripods, big zooms or commercial use rigs) On all EDM shows the following list of additional restricted items will be followed: - No eCigs, open packs of cigarettes. - No outside food or beverages of any kind (including alcohol, candy, gum, etc) unsealed tampons, eyedrops. - No massagers, laser pointers, LED Gloves, LED Microlights, glowsticks, pacifiers - No masks, large chains or spiked jewelry, open lip gloss or chapstick, candy bracelets, candy necklaces, Camelbacks, Bota bags, large purses/bags (anything over 10"x10"), fanny packs, backpacks, stuffed animals or dolls (including plush backpacks), no pets. - No glass, cans, cups, coolers, markers, pens, spray paint, stickers, fliers, balloons, balls, inflatable balls, frisbees, tents, large umbrellas, chairs, blankets Acceptable Items: - Small Bags & Purses (maximum 10"x10") - Non-Professional Flash/Still Cameras - Cell Phones - Hats - Lighters - Sealed packs of Cigarettes - Sealed/Wrapped Tampons - Earplugs - Sealed Chapstick and lip gloss - Sunglasses Zero Tolerance For Drug Use or Possession The use or possession of any illegal drugs will not be tolerated anywhere inside or outside the venue. Security personnel and narcotics officers will be working and enforcing all drug related laws. Do not bring any illegal substances to the event as violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. If you are found inebriated at the door, security will not allow you to enter the venue. Event staff reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone. Please come with a smile and be prepared to enjoy a fun filled night of music and dancing. Safety and Medical Live Nation is dedicated to providing a safe environment. Public and private security will be present throughout the entire event. The Security Staff will be available to assist your needs including any medical requests. clear bag policy: To reduce staff contact with guest belongings, we have implemented the following bag policy: we will allow clear plastic, vinyl or PVC tote bags no larger than 12in x 6in x 12in and/or small clutch bags (4.5in x 6.5 in)
 

Are children allowed?

May I bring my children? Children of all ages are welcome (with an admission ticket) at family oriented concerts and performances. Appropriate adult supervision may be required. Non-family oriented concerts and performances may not suitable for young children, and venue management reserves the right to refuse admission for any reason, including concerns about safety. Children of any age may NOT attend a "18+" or "21+" concert or performance. Check the "Please Note" information located on each event page for any age restrictions.
 
 

Where is the experience

The Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA

 

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