Jedward are giving their fans a 17-city tour of Europe – but they’re only going as far as the airports. Determined to keep in touch with their Jedicated fans across Europe, John and Edward Grimes have planned an ambitious whistlestop tour of Europe, taking in 17 cities in 10 days.

It’s one thing to gain a strong fanbase after performing in Eurovision, but what do you do when your fans are scattered across many different European countries? The Irish twins have come up with the perfect solution and will be hopping from city to city, hanging out with whoever shows up in the arrival areas of various European airports, starting today in Denmark. Going by their previous airport experiences with fans, it will be spontaneous, Jepic and so much fun.

The Grimes brothers are also promoting their new single, “Oh Hell No”. It’s the theme song of the upcoming film Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! in which Jedward make a cameo appearance. If the preview clip is anything to go by, this trap-inspired tune is going to get the sharktastic party started. Both the single and the film will be released on 22 July.

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Jedward’s European airport tour dates

Wednesday 17 June

3:00 pm Denmark – Copenhagen Airport, terminal 2
10:00 pm Poland – Warsaw Modlin Airport

Thursday 18 June

10:25 am Norway – Rygge Airport
6:20 pm Scotland – Edinburgh Airport

Friday 19 June

9:00 am London – Stansted Airport
3:00 pm Denmark – Billund Airport

Saturday 20 June

12:35 pm Italy – Bergamo Airport
4:00 pm Hungary – Budapest Airport, T2B
8:50 pm Belgium – Charleroi Airport

Sunday 21 June

9:00 am Poland – Krakow Airport

Tuesday 23 June

5:00 pm Ireland – Dublin Airport, terminal 1
9:30 pm Germany – Cologne Bonn Airport

Wednesday 24 June

10:00 am Germany – Berlin Tegel Airport
6:15 pm Latvia – Riga Airport

Thursday 25 June

11:00 am Finland – Helsinki Airport
7:55 pm Sweden – Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Friday 26 June

2:00 pm Estonia – Tallinn Airport

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gary
gary
5 years ago

Well. They came to edinburgh. Popped into my shop here. Had many people chasing after them as they went to grab food. They then wanted to kill time and go to cinema. But it was closed so they got a lift in my friends car to her house. Where she gave them food and tea before taking them back to edinburgh airport.

Hex
Hex
5 years ago

What if only like 2 people show up in some places? I can’t imagine there being a huge fanbase here in Estonia or Latvia 😀

Felix Prochain
Felix Prochain
5 years ago

They are crazy. We knew that already))

Fishy
Fishy
5 years ago

So they are going to perform at the airport? This is the first time in my life I heard of an “airport” tour. They are not coming to my country but they are coming to my country’s neighbors, how come? lol not interested anyways, Jedward are like Eurovision one hit wonders aka they just got popular due that and that’s it…

Mario
Mario
5 years ago

@ Robyn
I really wonder which acts actually do you mean now…

Mario
Mario
5 years ago

@ Exactly Alex…
Like how many really do give a [email protected] about them to go see them??
Even their fanbase in Ireland had been decreased dramatically since 2011-2012..

Mainly no one gives a f**k & cares about Jedward’ upcoming tour..

Darren
Darren
5 years ago

Ive said it before and I shall say it again, Eurovision and Ireland needs these guys back. They have matured alot in the past few years and started writing their own songs. With the right song (self written, Swedish produced) they could pull off a decent result, especially if they do it next year, as Eurovision is taking place in Sweden, where they have a huge fanbase.
Im not their biggest fans, they annoyed the hell out of me in the beginning, but they are perfect for eurovision and they have matured.

Alex
Alex
5 years ago

lol wtf? airport tour?? what does that even mean? where exactly are they going to perform?

and i doubt their fanbase is as big as it was in 2011.

Ranting Ruby
Ranting Ruby
5 years ago

PLEASE …. say it isn’t so …???

Mario
Mario
5 years ago

Oh god they are so annoying….I want them to just go away & never having us read news by them ever again..
Ridiculous because they do not even have enough fans in Europe..
So irritating attention seekers..

random.sage2.0
5 years ago

Oh hell no? Oh hell yeah! Gimme the full track!

Otna
Otna
5 years ago

SO GLAM <3