Carly Rae Jepsen Closes Out The Dedicated Tour With Two LA Dates

When Carly Rae Jepsen officially kicked off The Dedicated Tour in late June at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California, we were on the ground to cover the latest trek from the sensational pop star. The Dedicated Tour kickoff was truly a night to remember, I raved about it on the site so check that out HERE if you haven't already.
While The Dedicated Tour may seem short-lived, Jepsen hit the stage a total of 31 times in less than two months. Of course there is the hope that this was only the first leg and we'll get another leg by years end. I mean, this can't be it, right? We need Queen Carly to give us more tour, is that asking for "too much"?
There's not many pop stars in this day and age who stay true to themselves throughout their evolution, Jepsen however, is the exception. Her brand of pop has kept fans begging for more, and her live show, well it's not just a show, it's a spiritual pop music experience. With cuts like "Runaway With Me" and yes, even "Call Me Maybe," Jepsen provides a soundtrack for the night that is unquestionably iconic. And with her latest album Dedicated making the list for one of the years best pop albums, the iconic-ness just doesn't stop.
Jepsen wrapped up The Dedicated Tour in Los Angeles, California with two nights at The Wiltern on August 10 and August 11. The setlist stayed true to kickoff for the final night of the show, though it's worth noting that the song "I'll Be Your Girl" was swapped out for "Fever."
Carly Rae Jepsen - The Dedicated Tour - Los Angeles, California - The Wiltern - August 11, 2019
Lucky for us, Live Nation live streamed the final date of The Dedicated Tour. That's right, you can watch the entire show in all its glory from the comfort of wherever you are thanks to this YouTube upload.

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Yes, The Dedicated Tour is over... for now. But let's keep our fingers crossed we get a leg two soon!
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Last updated: 26 Aug 2019, 02:52 Etc/UTC