Jake Miller to perform during renouned NJ balloon festival
March 29, 2017 - Jonas Brothers
READINGTON TWP. – Pop prodigy Jake Miller’s arise has been fueled by an implausible online following and now fans will have a event to see him perform on Jul 29 during a 35th annual QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning in Association with PNC Bank.
Miller, who has amassed some-more than 90 million hits on his song videos, will perform during 1 p.m. He follows in a line of rising stars that have played a Festival including a Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato and Sabrina Carpenter.
Tickets for a unison are on sale during www.balloonfestival.com.
The 23-year-old Miami-born and Los Angeles-based recording artist enjoys an impassioned, true assembly dubbed a “Millertary,” according to a news release. He has some-more than one million Instagram followers, 662,000 Twitter followers, and 600,000 YouTube subscribers.
His dermatitis hit, “First Flight Home,” exceeded digital sales of 100,000 while “Dazed and Confused (feat. Travie McCoy) has racked adult some-more than 19 million Spotify streams and counting. Along a approach he has been featured by MTV, Just Jared and Entertainment Weekly, that spotlighted him in their “Breaking Big: 9 New Artists to Hear Now” feature.
Miller has also achieved alongside some of today’s many determined recording artists including Mac Miller, Ariana Grande, Flo Rida, Jason Derulo and Pharrell.
His 2015 EP, Rumors, shot to #1 on iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart and saw him crisscross a creation on a vast headlining tour. Miller embraced his musty side on his 2016 EP, Overnight, whose concomitant song video for a lead singular of a same name facilities Olympic Gold Medalist Simone Biles and has racked adult an considerable 1.2 million views given a Oct 16 release.
He also recently sealed with one of a world’s many prestigious displaying agencies, Wilhelmina Models, and toured with multi-award winning lady organisation Fifth Harmony final summer.
“We might mangle a Internet with Jake Miller fasten a live unison series,” pronounced Festival Executive Producer Howard Freeman. “He’s a rising star who is a ideal fit as we demeanour to underline artists who accommodate a far-reaching tastes in song among a attendees, generally a younger Festival-goers who watch and listen online.”