We have another concert announcement for you Quad Cities. Jason Mraz is not only re-releasing his first-ever album, but he and longtime collaborator Toca Rivera are hitting the road this fall. One of their stops will be here in the Quad Cities in December.

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On Tuesday, September 7, the Adler Theatre and Grammy-winning musician Jason Mraz announced that Mraz will re-release his first-ever album, Live & Acoustic, this fall in honor of its 20th anniversary. Released in 2001, Live & Acoustic relives Mraz's early days of playing in the San Diego coffee shop scene.

To celebrate the album’s anniversary, Mraz will hit the road with longtime collaborator Toca Rivera, who has performed with Mraz since his coffee shop days. The tour kicks off on November 26 in Mraz’s first home state of Virginia. After about a month of touring, the tour will end in Riverside, CA on Wednesday, December 22.

Live & Acoustic: Jason Mraz with Toca Rivera and special guest Gregory Page is making a stop at the Adler Theatre in Davenport on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, at 8:00 p.m.

Reserved seat tickets will go on sale next week on Friday, September 17 at 10:00 a.m. online at Ticketmaster.com and in person at the Adler Theatre Box Office (136 E. 3rd St.). Tickets are $59.50, $69.50 and $89.50.

More details can be found on the Adler Theatre's website, including ticket links. You can also follow Jason on the media links below:

Yay for more concerts coming to the Quad Cities!!

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