LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — A year after Janet Jackson announced that her Unbreakable World Tour would be postponed due to pregnancy, the performer revealed that she'd be hitting the road for an extensive North American tour later this year.
Produced by Live Nation, Jackson's State Of The World tour is set for a 56-city run beginning September 7, in Lafayette at the Cajundome. Jackson will make multiple stops in Texas and California, hit all four corners of the U.S. visiting Seattle, Portland, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Chicago, Manchester, Philly, Memphis, Jacksonville, as well as head north of the border to include Vancouver and Toronto, with her final stop on December 17 in Atlanta at Philips Arena.
Tickets for Jackson's long-delayed and awkwardly named 'Unbreakable' world tour will be honored for State Of The World shows, Live Nation said.
Jackson's previous tour was postponed on three different occasions, including the aforementioned pregnancy, but also twice in 2015 due to Jackson's health issues. She's on the road in support of her latest album "Unbreakable" and has teased new material as well. – Staff Writers