Here's upcoming Janet Jackson concert schedule as below:
After a four year dry spell, the Janet Jackson Tour is hitting the road. Janet's Unbreakable World Tour is named after and supports her new album. At present, 36 - stops are scheduled, commencing on August in Vancouver, BC and concluding on November in Honolulu.
According to Janet, the message of her 11th studio album links to the title, "…through mistakes, pain and loss, the bonds of love are Unbreakable."
On a personal note, she hasn't debuted new Janet Jackson songs since Michael's unfortunate demise in 2009.
In a happier vein, Janet established her record label, Rhythm Nation Records in congruence with launching Unbreakable. No Sleeep is the first single released from the album.
1993 - That's the Way Love Goes - This Grammy winner went platinum.
1993 – Again – Received Golden Globe Nomination and Academy Award nomination for "Best Original Song". From movie Poetic Justice, starring Jackson and Tupac Shakur.
1986 – When I Think of You - Her first single to hit #1 on Billboard Hot 100.
1986 – What Have you Done for Me Lately – from Janet's 3rd album Control. Earned Grammy nomination for "Best R&B Song".
2000 – All for You – nailed Grammy Award for "Best Dance Recording; ASCAP Award for "Song of the Year". Captured top spot on Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks.
1989 – Miss You Much – 1st single to go platinum took top spot on Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks. Longest-running #1 song in 1989.
1993 - If – Janet's major all-time hit. Awarded MTV Video Music Award for "Best Female Video" and Soul Train Music Award for "Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video.
Fact: Michael Jackson was Janet's older brother.
A word to the wise concertgoer – the first Hawaii concert sold out in a Honolulu - hurry: another performance was added, which is also a sellout.
Ticket sellers are advising fans to get tickets for Janet Jackson concert forthwith, especially for these venues: Nashville, Memphis, Miami, Tampa or Orlando.