Janet Jackson Teases New Music With Her 2023 “Together Again” Tour Announcement

It’s been three years since Janet Jackson last announced that she was going to kick off her then “Black Diamond” tour in 2020, which was received with much fanfare, then insert COVID-19. Well all know how that panned out, BUT never fear janfam, because it’s just been announced that the RRHOF inductee will go out on the “Together Again” Tour beginning in 2023.

The tour is slated to kick off on April 14 in Hollywood, Florida at Hard Rock Live Arena and feature stops in Baltimore, Atlanta, Nashville, New York, Atlantic City, Milwaukee, Dallas, Los Angeles and Portland before winding down on June 21 in Seattle, WA at Climate Pledge Arena. She’s also tapped rapper Ludacris to join her on the road, and will be the first time since 2008’s “Rockwitchu” Tour that she’s had a supporting act.

For long time fans, this just may be exactly the tour that we have been looking for, since it will serve as a celebration for some notable anniversaries in Jackson’s career. First we’ll be celebrating 50 years of her being a force in the entertainment industry, followed by the 30th anniversary of “janet.” and the 25th anniversary of “The Velvet Rope“, which were both top selling albums in the 90’s, career defining moments for her on several levels, and served as the blueprints for current day pop music.



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Aside from borrowing on her back catalog, she has also made it known that she’s heard the fans complaints asking her “where’s the music?!”, and will include new music in the setlist as well.

Tickets for Jackson’s 2023 tour will be available from Friday, December 16 via Live Nation. Citi card members will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, December 13 starting at 11 AM local time. This will also mark the first time that Janet has sold meet and greet packages for a long form tour, so cop them as well for a chance to meet the icon.

Janet Jackson “Together Again” 2023 Tour Dates:

Apr 14 – Hollywood, FL., Hard Rock Live Arena
Apr 16 – Hollywood, FL., Hard Rock Live Arena
Apr 19 – Orlando, FL., Amway Center
Apr 21 – Savannah, GA., Enmarket Arena
Apr 22 – Birmingham, AL., Legacy Arena
Apr 25 – Columbia, SC., Colonial Life Arena
Apr 26 – Atlanta, GA., State Farm Arena
Apr 27 – Atlanta, GA., State Farm Arena
Apr 29 – Memphis, TN., FedEx Forum
Apr 30 – St. Louis, MO., Enterprise Center
May 2 – Kansas City, MO., T-Mobile Center
May 4 – Nashville, TN., Bridgestone Arena
May 6 – Bristow, VA., Jiffy Lube Live
May 9 – New York, NY., Madison Square Garden
May 10 – New York, NY., Madison Square Garden
May 12 – Charlotte, NC., PNC Music Pavilion
May 13 – Baltimore, MD., CFG Bank Arena
May 14 – Virginia Beach, VA., Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
May 18 – Allentown, PA., PPL Center
May 19 – Mansfield, MA., Xfinity Center
May 20 – Atlantic City, NJ., Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
May 23 – Toronto, ON., Budweiser Stage
May 24 – Detroit, MI., Little Caesars Arena
May 26 – Noblesville, IN., Ruoff Music Center
May 27 – Tinley Park, IL., Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Chicago
May 28 – Milwaukee, WI., American Family Insurance Amphitheater
May 30 – St. Paul, MN., Xcel Energy Center
Jun 2 – Dallas, TX., Dos Equis Pavilion
Jun 3 – Houston, TX., Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Jun 4 – Austin, TX., Moody Center
Jun 7 – Phoenix, AZ., Ak-Chin Pavilion
Jun 9 – Irvine, CA., FivePoint Amphitheatre
Jun 10 – Los Angeles, CA., Hollywood Bowl
Jun 11 – San Diego, CA., North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
Jun 16 – Mountain View, CA., Shoreline Amphitheatre
Jun 20 – Portland, OR., Moda Center
Jun 21 – Seattle, WA., Climate Pledge Arena


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