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Janet Jackson Announces First Date Of 2011 Tour

05:01 PM Thursday 12/16/10 | |

Janet Jackson has announced the first city and date for her 2011 tour. The trek will hit up 35 cities around the globe, marking her largest ever world tour.

Jackson will be sharing the love with fans on Valentine’s Day when she performs Feb. 14 at HKCEC Hall in Hong Kong.

Tickets are on sale now.

The tour celebrates the release of her 2009 greatest hit compilation Number Ones. In a video on her website Jackson explained that the tour will feature tunes exclusively from the collection.

  • Janet Jackson

    Essence Music Festival, Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.
    July 2, 2010

    (Jason Moore)

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The singer has invited fans to help choose the 35 cities on the tour from a list of over 50 choices on her site. Fans can also submit another city for consideration.

Possible tour stops could include Amsterdam, Netherlands; Atlantic City, New Jersey; Chicago; Frankfurt, Germany; London; Los Angeles; Montreal, Quebec; Heming, Denmark; Lucerne, Switzerland; Vienna, Austria; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and Las Vegas.

Jackson has promised to give away an autographed copy of Number Ones in addition to an autographed copy of her new book to the first 35 fans to vote for the cities that are chosen.

She plans to dedicate one of her No.1 songs to each of the 35 cities she performs. Jackson said she will also recognize 20 young people whose lives and work “have enriched their communities in a major way.” Fans can submit individuals to be recognized through Jackson’s website.

Jackson’s upcoming self-help book – "True You: A Journey to Finding and Loving Yourself" – is set for release Feb. 8.

Her last major tour took place in 2008.

Click here for Janet Jackson’s website.


Comments

  1. KishiKCM wrote:

    02:23 PM, Dec 26, 2010

    So excited to see Janet in concert. Entertaining since the age of 7 and still doing it. She sure knows how to pull a crowd and get attention...just ask the other fans above who commented. :)

  2. live concert freak wrote:

    05:07 AM, Dec 18, 2010

    Cant wait to see all the lip syncing and dancing from the has been. Wonder what she is going to do to hide all the chubby features on the body??? Lets see the last time she did anything was back when MTV actually played videos. Does anyone under 20 even know her or just her boob flash????? from the boob!!

  3. LASCENE wrote:

    11:06 AM, Dec 17, 2010

    Ah, c'mon now, the chocolate milk is just a little sour.  If your theory is correct than Dolly Parton's milk is 4 gallons of liquid cyanide!!

  4. El Perro wrote:

    09:11 AM, Dec 17, 2010

    She's about a decade past her expiration date. The milk's gone bad!

  5. LASCENE wrote:

    09:04 PM, Dec 16, 2010

    Will her right boobie make a nightly appearance?  That would sell a ticket or two!

  6. cincyconcertfan wrote:

    07:26 PM, Dec 16, 2010

    Will she lip sync or will she actually sing?  Please full disclosure before tickets go on-sale, but they will probably be too outrageously expensive anyways.



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