Pop Artist Jena Rose Joins High School Nation Spring Tour

Pop Artist Jena Rose Joins High School Nation Spring Tour

Pop Artist Jena Rose Joins High School Nation Spring Tour

Pop artist and singer/songwriter Jena Rose announces today she will be joining High School Nation's Spring Tour! Rose will be performing on the main stage along with acts like Plain White T's. High School Nation is a traveling music & arts festival that visits public high schools all across the country, introducing students to opportunities in the arts. The run of shows kicks off in Oxnard, CA on April 17th through April 28th, and will find Rose performing to over 3,000 teens daily. Rose most recently released her latest music video "Crazy" featuring Sean Kingston and it premiered on music entertainment site FUSE saying, "Jena Rose is one of the more thrilling newcomers in pop..." You can watch the video HERE.

For more information on tour stops, please visit: http://www.highschoolnation.com/tour/

Tour Dates

April 17 Oxnard, CA

April 18 Oxnard, CA

April 19 Simi Valley, CA

April 20 Simi Valley, CA

April 21 Palmdale, CA

April 24 Las Vegas, NV

April 25 Las Vegas, NV

April 26 Las Vegas, NV

April 27 Las Vegas, NV

April 28 Las Vegas, NV

About Jena Rose When she was just nine-years-old, Jena Rose started writing songs and instantly brought both passion and purpose to her music. Now at the age of 16 the Dallas, TX based singer/songwriter has released "Paper Walls" followed by "Turn The Page" - both of which she co-wrote. Rose recently wrapped a stint of performances alongside pop group Why Don't We on their 18 city Taking You tour. It was here fans first heard her latest single "Crazy" featuring Sean Kingston. You can catch Rose on tour this spring with High School Nation.

About High School Nation High School Nation keeps music and arts programs alive for students across the country with donations, equipment and facilities. Our Festival and Concert Tours are the largest events in the nation donating recording studios, musical equipment and funding for schools through on-campus sponsored live music concerts, and hands on activities. To date we have provided nearly $2 million to more than 200 schools and 600,000 students across the country. Our culture is built around the development of innovative activities with significant and life long impact on teens. Through HSN, teens gain the chance to make music and the arts a significant part of their personal and, in some cases, future professional lives. Schools receive much needed funding to continue their educational programs, recording artists gain exposure to their biggest fans and brands make favorable and trusted impressions on a huge, underserved group of young consumers."
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