Jai Paul, who had never performed live before, made his debut on the Mojave Stage at Coachella in April. His first-ever setlist consisted of 11 songs, including “100,000” and “BTSTU.”

According to Uproxx’s Carolyn Droke, it was evident that Paul was nervous as he was not accustomed to performing in front of large crowds, let alone at one of the world’s largest festivals. Unlike seasoned performers like Blackpink or Charli XCX, Paul did not interact with the crowd or attempt to energize them. Instead, he began his performance immediately upon taking the stage. However, his catchy beats and impressive falsetto vocals were enough to captivate the audience.

Since then, Paul has performed at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, New York, and Outernet in London. He is expected to be more at ease when he begins his headlining tour to end 2023, which was announced on Monday (August 21).

Paul will perform two consecutive nights at The Mayan Theater in Los Angeles on September 26 and 27. He will also perform at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, California on September 29 before heading to the Portola Music Festival at San Francisco’s Pier 80 on September 30.

Paul will make his live debut in Paris (November 27) and Berlin (November 28), and conclude the tour with two nights in Melbourne, Australia on December 4 and 5.

Tickets will only be available for purchase via ballot on Paul’s official website. To purchase tickets, fans must sign up by 10 p.m. PST on Wednesday, August 23 for Los Angeles and San Francisco shows, and by 9 a.m. local time on Monday, August 28 for Paris, Berlin, and Australia shows. Ticket purchases will be limited to two per person. All ballot winners will be notified by email on Monday, August 28.

Below are all the dates for the performances:

09/26 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Mayan Theater

09/27 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Mayan Theater

09/29 — San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom

09/30 — San Francisco, CA @ Portola Music Festival

11/27 — Paris, FR @ Élysée Montmartre

11/28 — Berlin, DE @ Huxley’s

12/04 — Melbourne, Australia @ 170 Russell

12/05 — Melbourne, Australia @ 170 Russell

Source: uproxx.com