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About Jon Bellion

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If we’ve seen one theme in the last decade of music, it’s that there are no rules. Artists can cross whatever genre boundaries they want, as long as it sounds good. We’ve seen that in rap, pop, and R&B – or all three in the case of Jon Bellion. Jon is one of the ones that pushed genre boundaries in the last decade, and we’re sure he’ll continue to do so in the 2020s.

The best thing about Jons music is how effortlessly the sounds flow together. His tracks don’t sound like the early 2010s trend of “mashups,” they sound like hit songs. We’re not the only one with that opinion either. His fans and all the mega-famous people he’s made tracks for agree.

 

Early Life

Jon grew up in Long Island, just a short ferry ride away from New York City, where he’d start his career later on. He played basketball seriously in high school but started focusing on music around his junior year. He got his start writing and mixing on his brother’s keyboard, which inspired him to study music at the local community college. After graduating, he got his first taste of success when Eminem used his track “Monster.” That track, which featured Rhianna, got Bellion recognition in the high-music scene and paved his way to success.

 

Translation Through Speakers

After that win with Eminem in 2013, Bellion put out his first mixtape, Translation Through Speakers. Then, in what seemed like days later, he put out a second EP, Separation, and then a third. It was his third mixtape, The Definition, which had his first real charting hit, “All Time Low.” It got him signed with Capitol Records, who he remains with today. Bellion can’t seem to go a year without putting out new music and further released The Human Condition and Glory Sound Prep. That was a little while ago – who knows how much more music he’s released now.

 

FAQs

How much are Jon Bellion tickets?

Jon Bellion ticket prices will differ depending on the source and the seats. The best price for Jon Bellion tickets is usually around $49 a ticket, and that’s for nosebleed seats! If you want floor seats, or if you’re shopping for tickets at a popular venue, you could easily be looking at a few hundred dollars more.

 

How to buy Jon Bellion tickets?

Jon Bellion ticket prices are going to be pretty high if purchased directly from the box office. That means the best way to buy cheap Jon Bellion tickets is online through a ticket marketplace. Ticket marketplaces like Gametime are perfect because they put you in contact with resellers looking to move seats at a relative bargain. It’s the safest and most affordable way to get the best price for Jon Bellion tickets.

 

What’s Jon Bellion tour setlist?

You never know what’s going to happen at a Jon Bellion concert, but here’s the average tour setlist:

  • JT
  • Let's Begin
  • Conversations With My Wife
  • Couples Retreat
  • Blu
  • The Internet
  • All Time Low
  • Overwhelming
  • Guillotine
  • Adult Swim
  • Stupid Deep
  • Cautionary Tales (Rage Against the Machine tribute)
  • Woke the F*ck Up
  • Good Things Fall Apart

 

How long is a Jon Bellion concert?

With such an epic setlist, you can expect Jon Bellion’s performance to last for around 90 minutes, from start to finish. 

 

How much are Jon Bellion floor seats?

The best way to see Jon Bellion live is up close and personal from the floor, but these seats are always super expensive. The cheap end of floor seats can easily be $82 to $105, and if you’re seeing Jon Bellion at a venue with stage pit seats it could be even more pricey.

Of course, there are ways around this. There’s a great strategy for cutting Jon Bellion ticket prices on floor seats, and the best part is that it requires you to do literally nothing but wait. Waiting until the last minute can get you some great discounts because resellers with unsold seats don’t make any money. Wait it out and watch those prices drop to something more affordable, and then enjoy your floor seats!

 

Jon Bellion tour dates

January 12 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom