Jason Ross Announces 30-Date Atlas North American Tour

Jason Ross just announced a massive North American tour in anticipation of his Atlas album release on August 5th.

Jason Ross has seen significant success since teaming up with Seven Lions and joining Ophelia Records. He’s now set to go on the Atlas North American tour following the release of his second Ophelia album Atlas on August 5th, 2022.

The Atlas Tour will start with a headlining show at the Hollywood Paladium with Au5 and Gem & Tauri. Tickets to Jason Ross’ Atlas Tour are available now, and more dates will be announced soon.

The Atlas Tour will feature stops in Atlanta, San Antonio, San Diego, Las Vegas, Seattle, Portland, Salt Lake City, Montreal, San Jose, and more.

Following the Hollywood Palladium show in August, the tour really kicks off on September 24th in Atlanta. After four stops in Texas, Jason Ross will then head across North America with several more shows being announced soon.

Openers on the tour include Alpha 9, Au5, Ray Volpe, Ace Aura, Cloudnone, Elevven, Gem & Tauri, Genix, and Last Heroes.

The 10-track Atlas album is themed around Ross’ ‘Atlas’ concept, which focuses on connectedness and common themes across genres. ‘Atlas’ is the name of his newest merch line and Discord and Facebook groups. Jason Ross has bridged genres throughout his entire career, and his new album will take listeners on another journey through his fluid melodic sound.

Jason Ross just released another single from the upcoming album: “Ghost Town” featuring David Frank.

It’s the third track to be released from Atlas following “Take You Home” featuring Mitis & Dia Framptom and “Hate This Kind of Love” with HOLT. The Atlas tour (and album) are primed to take over the second half of 2022.

Photo Credit: Shane McCauley

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