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JoJo Siwa coming to Amalie Arena in Tampa

The tween superstar will bring her big bows and D.R.E.A.M. the Tour to town next spring.
JoJo Siwa will bring her "D.R.E.A.M. the Tour" to Amalie Arena in Tampa on May 22, 2020. [Courtesy of Amalie Arena]
Published Nov. 15
Updated Nov. 18

Ever see a group of girls with giant hair bows and wonder, “What’s the deal with those girls and their giant hair bows?”

JoJo Siwa. JoJo Siwa is the deal with all those girls’ giant hair bows.

Siwa, 16, was a child dancer who rose to fame on cable shows like Dance Moms and Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition, but soon moved into multi-quadrant tween superstardom. She became a singer, a Nickelodeon personality, a social media superstar and, perhaps above all, an entrepreneur, lending her name and likeness to an incredible array of products — books, dolls, makeup, home decor and those ubiquitous giant bows.

She also became an arena-filling dancer and performer. And on her next tour, she’s coming to Tampa.

Siwa will bring the next leg of her “D.R.E.A.M. The Tour” to Amalie Arena on May 22. Tickets are $35.75 and up, and go on sale at noon Nov. 22.

According to a release from the venue, 80 of the 96 shows on her last arena tour sold out, so if your little Siwanatorz want tickets for Christmas, you might want to shell out early. Toss another hair bow in there while you’re at it.

Click here for details on the show.

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