Jelly Roll 'Backroad Baptism' Tour 2023: Presale code for Live Nation; timings for Ticketmaster & Fan Club
Jelly Roll aka Jason DeFord is a popular American rapper and county singer. He is known for his collaborations with various artists including Lil Wyte, Struggle Jennings, Yelawolf, Tech N9ne, and Ryan Upchurch.
Jason DeFord recently announced his North American tour called ‘Backroad Baptism’ which is scheduled between July and October 2023. And fans have been actively looking for the tickets, presale codes, timings, etc.
To articulate things up for the fans, in this comprehensive article, we will discuss all the available options where you can get your tickets and presale code for the tour.
Jelly Roll tour 2023 presale code, timings, & more
The general on-sale will begin on February 24. However, if you can’t wait until then, the presale for fan club members will kick-off two days earlier, i.e., on February 22 at 10 am.
Hence, you can prebook your tickets in advance to avoid last-minute hassles or any other problems akin to what happened with some Ticketmaster customers in the past.
To apply for presale one must have a presale code or password which is provided by the venue, artist, team, promoter, or event sponsors.
Live Nation customers can use CHORUS or COVERT (for the Live Nation mobile app) as a presale code. Moreover, fans can also get it by signing up on the official Jelly Roll website.
This tour will also be accompanied by several famous artists including Struggle Jennings, Caitlynne Curtis, Merkules, Elle King, Ashley McBryde, Yelawolf, Chase Rice, Three 6 Mafia, and Josh Adam Meyers.
Also, Jelly Roll has three dates in September where he’ll be opening up for Eric Church and festival performances. So, fans have a lot to look forward to during this tour.
We will keep tabs on the latest developments regarding the Jelly Roll tour 2023 and inform you if and when anything noteworthy comes up.
Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Ticketmaster section, so be sure to follow them as well.
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