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Jacksons Reveal ‘Unity’ Dates

10:01 AM Wednesday 4/4/12 | |

The brothers release the routing for “The Jacksons: Unity Tour 2012,” depicting a journey beginning in Kentucky and wrapping in the Pacific Northwest.

Dates began emerging earlier this week as venues began announcing when they would host the Jackson Brothers. However, TheJacksons.com was strangely silent about a tour. That is, until midweek when the site posted the itinerary and the mighty Jacksons press machine cranked out an announcement.

Describing the tour as the first time Jackie, Jermaine, Marlon and Tito have toured together since the 1984 Victory outing when they traveled the globe with their famous brother Michael, Unity Tour 2012 begins in Louisville at the Palace Theatre June 18. Stops include Cincinnati at PNC Pavilion at Riverbend June 19; Detroit’s Fox Theatre June 23; New York City at the Apollo Theater June 28; Atlanta’s Ryman Auditorium July 8; Houston at the Bayou Music Center July 14; Las Vegas at the Cannery Casino Hotel July 20 and Los Angeles at the Greek Theatre July 22. Last destination on the schedule is Snoqualmie, Wash., at the Snoqualmie Casino July 29.

“I can’t wait to sing all the songs that were so much a part of all our lives,” Jermaine Jackson said in a statement. “We are ready and committed to keep the family’s legacy alive and perform once again with the highest level of excellence, creative, and most of all, integrity.”

Select markets go on sale April 6. Visit Jacksons.com for more information.


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