2017 Jingle Ball lineup: Nick Jonas, Liam Payne, Zedd, some-more entrance to Amalie Arena in Tampa
October 23, 2017 - Jonas Brothers
Merry early Christmas, everyone. The lineup for a 2017 93.3-FLZ Jingle Ball is here.
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DJ and writer Zedd and a integrate of boy-band dreamboats left solo — a Jonas Brothers’ Nick Jonas and One Direction’s Liam Payne — lead a lineup for this year’s Jingle Ball, Dec. 16 during Tampa’s Amalie Arena.
Also on a bill: Ex-Fifth Harmony thespian Camila Cabello, singer-songwriter Charlie Puth, pop-rock organisation All Time Low and viral child rope Why Don’t We. More acts will be combined in a entrance weeks.
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In a lot of ways, this year’s lineup does continue a Jingle Balls’ hapless trend toward oneness and ubiquity — not only from city to city, yet in any particular market, too. This will be a fourth Tampa Jingle Ball for Cabello (two with Fifth Harmony, dual solo); a third for Zedd and Jonas; a second for Puth. (Also, do yourself a preference and don’t demeanour during all a headliners personification Jingle Balls in other cities yet not Tampa — Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Demi Lovato, Sam Smith, Kelly Clarkson and a Chainsmokers, among others.)
Still, never blink a wild fan bases of One Direction, Fifth Harmony and a Jonas Brothers. Payne isn’t a initial 1D star to announce a solo uncover in Tampa — that would be Niall Horan — yet he will be a initial to play here, given Horan’s not entrance until Sep 2018.
One some-more year-end uncover object to note: 93.3’s iHeart sister station, Mix 100.7, will not be entertainment a annual Mistletoe Show this year. Over a past few years, a Mistletoe Show has brought acts like Train, Rob Thomas, Third Eye Blind and a Fray to Ruth Eckerd Hall and a Mahaffey Theater. Not this year, though.
— Jay Cridlin