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Natural hair, enchanting smile, thick in a sexy way, you Couldn’t look way! Yes its Jill who has made you grinning like an idiot while listening. Jill Scott is a name who has a face, a voice and a personality that makes you fall in love with her immediately. Jill Scott celebrates black love the way Aretha did back in the day. She makes being in love a priority.

Very recently Jill Scott announced her 20th anniversary headlining tour dates 2020. Actually the purpose of this tour the 20th anniversary of her first debut album “Who is Jill Scott”, Words and sounds volume 1. It was released on 18th July in 2020. This show will be happened across the America in different places. The tour will be started on 7th February on 2020 at Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland in Kansas city local time 8.00pm. And tour will be ended up on 21th March 2020 at Township Auditoriu, Columbia SC local time at 8.00pm. In the meantime she will cover 21dates and perform in 21 different places of America including the first and last date.

Initially Jill Scott began her entry level career as a Spoken Word artist. Actually she started his work with Questlove. For this collaboration she got the credit as a co-writer of “You Got Me” music in 2000. Then she started to work with Steve McKeever’s ‘Hidden Beach Recordings’. And from this studio she released her first music album. In 2000 she released her solo music too like ‘Love Rain’, ‘Gettin’ In the Way’, ‘A Long Walk’ and ‘The Way’. Her single music got good popularity and brought her success too. Her single A Long Walk way got the Grammy nomination in 2003 for the best female vocal performance. But the sad part was she lost this award. But in 2005 she again got the nomination for Grammy award of her song “Cross My Mind”. This time she got the award for her best Urban performance. ” Experience: Jill Scott 826+” was her first live album which was released in 2001. Besides, her second full length album released in 2004 which title was “Beautifully Human” Words and Sounds Vol.2. This talented singer has got Grammy awards for three times till now.

“Woman” was the latest studio album of this musician. It was released in 2015. And this album got the highest success. It placed no.1 on the Billboard 200. This is really amazed to her fans that Scott have some poetry too. Her poetry released in different journal in 2005. The Moments, The Minutes, The Hours is one of them which is released in ST. Martin’s press. Her last concert name was Live in the Moment Tour in 2018. Fans are eagerly waiting for her high-voltage anniversary tour. Tickets go for sale in different websites including dates and times.

Jill Scott Tour Dates 2020 & Concert Schedule

FEB 7
Kansas City, MO, US

FEB 9
Saint Louis, MO, US

FEB 12
Chicago, IL, US

FEB 14
Hanover, MD, US
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FEB 15
Atlantic City, NJ, US

FEB 20
New York, NY, US

FEB 21
Northfield, OH, US
Jill Scott Tickets (21+ Event)

FEB 23
Indianapolis, IN, US

FEB 25
Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
Jill Scott Tickets (18+ Event)

FEB 28
Elizabeth, IN, US
Jill Scott Tickets (21+ Event)

FEB 29
Wetumpka, AL, US
Jill Scott Tickets (21+ Event)

MAR 3
Memphis, TN, US

MAR 5
Dallas, TX, US

MAR 7
Austin, TX, US

MAR 8
Houston, TX, US

MAR 11
Huntsville, AL, US

MAR 13
Augusta, GA, US

MAR 17
Clearwater, FL, US

MAR 18
Orlando, FL, US

MAR 20
Macon, GA, US

 

Sabita Shifa

Sabita Shifa

Sabita Binta Azad Shifa completed her post graduation in Social Work under Jagannath University,Dhaka,Bangladesh. She is working for street children with LEEDO, Bangladesh. She completed her research paper from North Eastern Hill University, India. Besides she works with Toastmasters International ( a non profitable organisation) under Division .She is known for her travelling in Bangladesh. Her work is characterised by awareness of social Justice, outspoken against racism and injustice