Janet Jackson Adds More Dates to Unbreakable World Tour
If you didn’t get a chance to cop tickets to the first leg of Janet Jackson’s U.S. tour next month, don’t fret. The pop icon has announced dates for a second leg of her Unbreakable World Tour, which will begin next year.
As we previously reported, Janet will hit the road in August for her first tour in over four years. The trek’s first leg, a 39-city excursion, starts Aug. 31 in Vancouver, BC; and includes stops in cities such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Nashville, Cincinnati and San Diego before it wraps up in Honolulu, Hawaii on Nov. 12.
The second leg of her major tour kicks off in Portland, Ore., on Jan. 12, 2016, and will hit major cities like Seattle, Houston, Cleveland, Detroit, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Philadelphia and Atlanta before winding down in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on March 9.
Fans who pre-order the album on JanetJackson.com will receive pre-sale access for premium seating starting on Tuesday (July 14) at 10 a.m. ET until Sunday (July 19) at 10 p.m. ET before tickets are available to the public. American Express card holders can also purchase tickets at Live Nation during the same time period as well.
Ms. Jackson is embarking on her Unbreakable World Tour in support of her upcoming album, which is due out in the fall. The project will be released through her newly launched label, Rhythm Nation Records.
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Unbreakable Tour Dates (Second Leg):
Jan. 12, 2016: Portland, Ore. | Moda Center
Jan. 13: Seattle, Wash. | KeyArena
Jan. 15: Sacramento, Calif. | Sleep Train Arena
Jan. 16: Anaheim, Calif. | Honda Center
Jan. 19: Tucson, Ariz. | Tucson Arena
Jan. 21: San Antonio, Texas | AT&T Center
Jan. 23: Houston, Texas | Toyota Center
Jan. 24: Dallas, Rexas | American Airlines Center
Jan. 27: Tulsa, Okla. | BOK Center
Jan. 29: Indianapolis, Ind. | Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Jan. 30: Lexington, Ky. @ Rupp Arena
Feb. 1: Columbus, Ohio | Schottenstein Center
Feb. 2: Cleveland, Ohio | Quicken Loans Arena
Feb. 5: Detroit, Mich. | The Palace of Auburn Hills
Feb. 6: Pittsburgh, Pa. | CONSOL Energy Center
Feb. 17: Newark, NJ | Prudential Center
Feb. 19: Bethlehem, Pa. | Sands Bethlehem Events Center
Feb. 22: Brooklyn, N.Y. | Barclays Center
Feb. 24: Philadelphia, Pa. | Wells Fargo Center
Feb. 26: Boston, Mass. | TD Garden
Feb. 29: Baltimore, Md. | Royal Farms Arena
March 1: Washington, DC | Verizon Center
March 3: Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
March 4: Winston-Salem, NC @ Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
March 6: Columbia, SC @ Colonial Life Arena
March 8: Jacksonville, FL @ Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
March 9: Fort Lauderdale, FL @ BB&T Center