Janet Jackson Announces New ‘State of The World Tour’ Dates For 2018, Unveils Sexy New Photo Shoot

Posted April 23, 2018

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The Queen is returning! Following a highly successful run of her ‘State of The World Tour‘ last year, Janet Jackson has announced on Monday that she will extend the critically acclaimed tour.

via Washington Post:

The pop icon says her State of the World Tour, which originally wrapped in December, will kick off new dates July 11 in Austin, Texas. Dates have also been added in Rogers, Arkansas; Cincinnati; Syracuse, New York; Hersey, Pennsylvania; Saratoga Springs, New York; Virginia Beach, Virginia; Raleigh; Charlotte; Miami; and Tampa.

Tickets for the new dates go on sale Tuesday.

Jackson’s State of the World Tour, which toured United States and Canada, was a critically acclaimed success.

The singer will also play a number of music festivals this summer, including Essence, FYF, Panorama and Outside Lands.

The news comes on the heels of her launching the #DanceWithJanet competition on social media, where she is recruiting a fleet of new dancers to hit the road with her this summer. The icon also took to Instagram to share a new promo shoot for the tour, get into those snaps below.

#SOTW2018 📸: @solaimanfazel link in bio 🧡

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#SOTW2018 📸: @solaimanfazel link in bio 💛

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#SOTW2018 is here ! See u soon…💃🏾 📸: @solaimanfazel

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Queen Janet Jackson is back and bi---es better take cover! The iconic performer kicked off
Janet Jackson is less than 24 hours from the kickoff of her highly anticipated 'State
Janet Jackson finally kicks off her highly anticipated 'State of the World Tour' this Thursday

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