Jesse & Joy to Perform in North Texas as Part of the North American Tour
Jesse & Joy, the Mexican-American duet, will be performing in North Texas on Sunday, August 6 as part of their North American summer tour. The talented siblings Jesse and Joy Huerta will be at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory in Irving, the perfect location for their fans in North Texas to enjoy their music.
The 29-date tour includes a range of cities in the United States and Canada such as San Diego, Las Vegas, Toronto, Atlanta, Austin, and Houston, among others. The tour is aimed at promoting material from their most recent album, Clichés. The tour kicks off on June 15 in New York and wraps up on August 12 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The Grammy award-winning duo has won six Latin Grammys and has created a range of popular songs such as “Run!”, “Cry”, “I’m leaving”, “Who stays with the Dog?” and Espacio Sidereal.
Fans can purchase tickets for the performance starting Friday, March 31 at 10 am at LiveNation.com.
Jesse & Joy Reject Gay Conversion Therapy In New Video
When it comes to advocating for the LGBTQ+ community, Jesse & Joy are at the forefront. The duet’s latest music video for their song “Love (Es Nuestro Idioma)” sends a strong message to promote love and unity while rejecting gay conversion therapy.
Jesse & Joy aim to create a space for their fans to feel accepted and included. In the video, they showcase various couples in love, including same-sex relationships, and emphasize the importance of respecting and accepting individual identities.