Bring out the rhythm nation: Janet’s back.
Janet Jackson is going out on tour this summer in support of her upcoming album, “Black Diamond,” set to be released later this year.
Along with new hits, the singer, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, will also be celebrating the 30th anniversary of her “Rhythm Nation 1814” album, which was released in 1989.
The Black Diamond tour launches in Miami on June 24 and will make stops including Tampa, Nashville, Boston, Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles before closing in Tacoma, Wash., on Aug. 23.
Jackson, 53, will also touch down at the Prudential Center in Newark on July 12 and at Madison Square Garden on July 14.
Her last tour, “Unbreakable,” kicked off in mid-2016 and relaunched in September 2017 as the “State of the World Tour,” nine months after she gave birth to son Eissa Al Mana.