The sonant sensation, Janet Jackson uncovers her upcoming album and associated world tour. The pop icon announced her “Black Diamond” world tour on Monday morning. The title of the tour is based upon the name of her upcoming album, Black Diamond. The album’s release date, however, is not yet announced.
Janet Jackson’s Studio Album Black Diamond On A World Tour
Janet Jackson has released her previous ( 11th studio album), Unbreakable, four years ago and now the newly inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Fame-artist has brought something really fresh.
She, in fact, announced her upcoming treat on Social Media platforms.
“I’ve heard all your wishes and now from my lips to your ears. I’m working on my new album and going on a brand new World Tour this summer! Both titled ‘Black Diamond,’” Jackson announced via social media on Monday.
— The Tonight Show (@FallonTonight) February 11, 2020
Janet Jackson’s Journey For The Black Diamond World tour
The Black Diamond tour, promoting her 12th album, also adds Janet’s special performance of “Rhythm Nation”. The melodious journey will begin in Miami, Florida on June 24. It will invade all North American destinations as well as Vancouver and British Columbia. Tickets for Janet’s Black Diamond tour will be available for the general public from Thursday at 12 p.m. local time. However, the earlier pre-sale options are available to subscribers of her mailing list.
Secondly, the dance club artist of all-time does not reveal her schedule outside of North America. Florida fans can watch her on June 24 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. The Tour will end on Aug. 23 at the Tacoma Dome in Washington.
The Details Of The Tour
Fans, in fact, can enjoy exotic tunes from her 12 multi-platinum albums. In addition, Janet Jackson will be giving a special performance of “Rhythm Nation 1814,” marking its 30th Anniversary. Reputed venues are selected for the show including, New York’s legendary Madison Square Garden and Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The music will lit up some festivities including Essence Festival in New Orleans and Cincinnati Music Festival in Ohio. The journey will showcase at least five concerts in California. The first show in California will be on Aug. 10 at Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University.
It’s not just Janet Jackson, many fellow pop vocalists are on the trek to explore the world. In fact, after the reunion following a nine-year hiatus, Rage Against the Machine is all set for its 2020 world tour. Backed by Run the Jewels, Rage will be on board for the seven-month tour beginning March 26th at the Don Haskins Center, El Paso, Texas.
Moreover, Harry Styles has also announced 2020, ‘Love On Tour,’ world trip in support of his upcoming album Fine Line.