State of the World Tour 2017-2019

2017

Location
AsiaNorth America
Associated album Unbreakable
Start date September 7, 2017
End date April 7, 2019
Legs 3
No. of shows 79
Attendance 456,633 (first leg, with 56 shows)
Box office $46,800,000 (in 70 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

Set list

“The Knowledge”
“State of the World”
“Burnitup!”
“Nasty”
“Feedback”
“Miss You Much”
“Alright”
“You Want This”
“Control”
“What Have You Done for Me Lately”
“The Pleasure Principle”
“Escapade”
“When I Think of You”
“All for You”
“All Nite (Don’t Stop)”
“Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
“Again” (video introduction)
“Twenty Foreplay”
“Where Are You Now”
“Come Back to Me”
“The Body That Loves You”
“Spending Time with You”
“No Sleeep”
“Got ’til It’s Gone”
“That’s the Way Love Goes”
“Island Life”
“Throb”
“Together Again”
“What About”
“If”
“Rhythm Nation”
“Black Eagle”
“New Agenda”
“Dammn Baby”
“I Get Lonely”
“Well Traveled”

Jackson performed “Scream” at several shows, including in Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Washington D.C. Baltimore, Newark, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Lexington and Memphis with a video screen projections of her brother, Michael performing his parts of the song.
Missy Elliott joined Jackson on the Atlanta date of the tour on December 17, 2017, performing “Burnitup!”.

Additionally, Jackson performed her 2006 single “So Excited”.
Jackson performed “Someone to Call My Lover” in place of “Island Life” at several shows, including shows in Cleveland and Memphis.
For the second leg of the tour, “When We Oooo”, “Truth”, “Doesn’t Really Matter”, “Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun)” and “Scream” were added to the set list.

Dates

1st leg : North America

September 7, 2017 Lafayette United States Cajundome 3,992 / 9,668 (41%) $248,203
September 9, 2017 Houston Toyota Center 10,789 / 11,872 (91%) $879,536
September 10, 2017 Austin Frank Erwin Center 4,973 / 10,560 (47%) $438,010
September 13, 2017 San Antonio AT&T Center 6,773 / 13,539 (50%) $508,536
September 14, 2017 Dallas American Airlines Center 11,255 / 13,808 (82%) $878,887
September 16, 2017 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 4,997 / 13,900 (36%) $264,966
September 17, 2017 Tulsa BOK Center 4,315 / 11,146 (39%) $358,156
September 19, 2017 Albuquerque Isleta Amphitheater 12,295 / 15,003 (82%) $478,130
September 21, 2017 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 7,504 / 12,386 (61%) $513,976
September 23, 2017 Anaheim Honda Center 10,706 / 13,594 (79%) $828,894
September 24, 2017 Fresno Save Mart Center 7,002 / 11,688 (60%) $626,357
September 26, 2017 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena 7,077 / 8,063 (88%) $326,808
September 27, 2017 Seattle United States KeyArena 10,355 / 11,747 (88%) $675,461
September 29, 2017 Portland Moda Center 8,017 / 9,455 (85%) $511,238
October 1, 2017 Reno Grand Theatre — —
October 3, 2017 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 10,768 / 11,774 (92%) $696,058
October 5, 2017 Concord Concord Pavilion 11,062 / 11,988 (93%) $659,180
October 7, 2017 San Diego Valley View Casino Center 8,004 / 9,636 (83%) $620,967
October 8, 2017 Los Angeles Hollywood Bowl 17,500 / 17,500 (100%) $1,778,376
October 14, 2017 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center 7,583 / 8,077 (94%) $931,996
October 16, 2017 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena 4,320 / 6,264 (69%) $264,366
October 17, 2017 Denver Pepsi Center 5,748 / 12,103 (48%) $401,516
October 19, 2017 Kansas City Sprint Center 7,544 / 7,544 (100%) $472,714
October 21, 2017 St. Louis Chaifetz Arena 6,894 / 7,440 (93%) $436,425
October 22, 2017 Milwaukee BMO Harris Bradley Center 6,005 / 7,670 (79%) $372,840
October 25, 2017 Moline TaxSlayer Center 3,318 / 8,125 (47%) $207,002
October 26, 2017 Rosemont Allstate Arena 12,363 / 12,363 (100%) $898,295
October 28, 2017 Toledo Huntington Center 5,031 / 7,030 (72%) $391,129
October 29, 2017 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 12,744 / 13,485 (95%) $841,583
November 1, 2017 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 5,168 / 7,116 (73%) $300,870
November 2, 2017 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 12,178 / 12,178 (100%) $681,652
November 4, 2017 Buffalo United States KeyBank Center 8,244 / 9,249 (89%) $521,050
November 5, 2017 Boston TD Garden 9,956 / 12,545 (80%) $798,339
November 7, 2017 Providence Dunkin’ Donuts Center 4,976 / 7,988 (62%) $316,301
November 8, 2017 Manchester SNHU Arena 4,203 / 5,500 (77%) $218,658
November 10, 2017 Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall 8,912 / 11,295 (79%) $657,693
November 11, 2017 Bethlehem Sands Bethlehem Event Center 1,913 / 1,913 (100%) $247,362
November 13, 2017 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 9,480 / 13,327 (71%) $761,938
November 15, 2017 Brooklyn Barclays Center 13,165 / 13,165 (100%) $1,515,353
November 16, 2017 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 13,562 / 13,562 (100%) $1,156,681
November 18, 2017 Baltimore Royal Farms Arena 11,228 / 12,043 (93%) $833,685
November 19, 2017 Newark Prudential Center 12,862 / 12,862 (100%) $1,059,230
November 26, 2017 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 9,436 / 9,436 (100%) $593,224
November 28, 2017 Columbus Value City Arena 7,851 / 9,632 (82%) $546,075
November 29, 2017 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 8,831 / 10,963 (81%) $478,152
December 1, 2017 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 7,693 / 8,198 (94%) $521,846
December 3, 2017 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 6,226 / 7,689 (81%) $505,580
December 4, 2017 Lexington Rupp Arena 3,004 / 5,661 (54%) $213,782
December 6, 2017 Memphis FedExForum 5,586 / 9,548 (59%) $350,517
December 7, 2017 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 8,815 / 8,815 (100%) $516,269
December 9, 2017 Birmingham Legacy Arena 5,910 / 12,703 (47%) $458,354
December 11, 2017 Sunrise BB&T Center 7,140 / 9,673 (74%) $553,528
December 12, 2017 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena 6,953 / 8,659 (80%) $510,021
December 14, 2017 Norfolk Norfolk Scope Arena 7,373 / 7,597 (97%) $558,749
December 16, 2017 Columbia Colonial Life Arena 9,638 / 11,745 (82%) $616,305
December 17, 2017 Atlanta Philips Arena 11,823 / 11,823 (100%) $800,052
2nd leg : North America
July 8, 2018 New Orleans United States Mercedes-Benz Superdome — —
July 11, 2018 Austin Austin360 Amphitheater — —
July 13, 2018 Rogers Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion — —
July 15, 2018 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center — —
July 18, 2018 Syracuse Lakeview Amphitheater — —
July 20, 2018 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium — —
July 26, 2018 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center — —
July 28, 2018 New York City Randall’s Island Park — —
July 29, 2018 Virginia Beach Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater — —
August 1, 2018 Raleigh Coastal Credit Union Music Park — —
August 3, 2018 Charlotte PNC Music Pavilion — —
August 5, 2018 Miami American Airlines Arena — —
August 7, 2018 Tampa MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre — —
August 10, 2018 Stateline Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena — —
August 12, 2018 San Francisco Golden Gate Park 67,159 / 67,159 (100%) $9,247,836
September 26, 2018 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium — —
September 29, 2018 New York City Great Lawn — —
September 30, 2018 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 3,738 / 3,738 (100%) $339,351
October 2, 2018 Atlantic City Mark G. Etess Arena — —
January 30, 2019 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena — —

3rd leg : Asia
February 10, 2019 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan — —
February 11, 2019 — —

Last concert

April 7, 2019 Miami United States Carnival Breeze

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube/DVD:

This tour never aired on TV and was never released on dvd.

-Previous tour : Unbreakable World Tour 2015-2016

Unbreakable World Tour 2015-2016

2015

Associated album Unbreakable
Start date August 31, 2015
End date March 26, 2016
Legs 2
No. of shows
33 in North America
4 in Asia
37 in total
Attendance 179,340
Box office $11,769,520 (in 19 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

Set list

“Video Introduction” (contains elements from “Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun)”, “Nasty”, “Rock with U”, “Every Time”, “Rhythm Nation”, and “Scream”)
“BURNITUP!” (contains elements of “Lose Control”)
“Nasty” (contains elements of “I Don’t Fuck with You”)
“Feedback”
“Miss You Much” / “Alright” / “You Want This”
“Control”
“What Have You Done for Me Lately” / “The Pleasure Principle”
“Escapade”
“When I Think of You” / “All for You”
“All Nite (Don’t Stop)”
“Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
“After You Fall”
“Again” / “Come Back to Me” / “Let’s Wait Awhile”
“I Get Lonely”
“Any Time, Any Place” (contains elements of “Poetic Justice”)
“No Sleeep”
“Got ’til It’s Gone”
“That’s the Way Love Goes” (contains elements of “Classic Man”)
“Together Again” (DJ Premier 100 in a 50 Remix)
“The Best Things in Life Are Free”
“Throb”
“Black Cat”
“If”
“Scream” / “Rhythm Nation”
Encore
“Shoulda Known Better”
“Unbreakable”

Dates

1st leg : North America

August 31, 2015 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena N/A N/A
September 2, 2015 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
September 4, 2015 Edmonton Rexall Place
September 5, 2015 Grande Prairie Revolution Place
September 7, 2015 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre
September 8, 2015 Winnipeg MTS Centre
September 11, 2015 Grand Rapids United States Van Andel Arena
September 12, 2015 Cincinnati PNC Pavilion
September 15, 2015 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 1
September 17, 2015 Raleigh United States Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
September 18, 2015 Charlotte PNC Music Pavilion
September 20, 2015 Miami American Airlines Arena
September 23, 2015 Orlando Amway Center
September 24, 2015 Tampa Amalie Arena
September 26, 2015 Atlanta Delta Classic Chastain Park Amphitheater
September 27, 2015 Nashville Ascend Amphitheater
September 29, 2015 Memphis FedExForum
September 30, 2015 New Orleans Smoothie King Center
October 13, 2015 San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
October 14, 2015
October 16, 2015 Inglewood The Forum
October 17, 2015 San Diego Viejas Arena
October 19, 2015 Phoenix Comerica Theatre
October 21, 2015 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl
October 22, 2015
October 30, 2015 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha
November 1, 2015 Minneapolis Target Center
November 3, 2015 Chicago Chicago Theatre
November 4, 2015
November 6, 2015
November 12, 2015 Honolulu Blaisdell Arena
November 13, 2015
November 15, 2015

2nd leg : Japan

November 19, 2015 Osaka Japan Intex Osaka N/A N/A
November 21, 2015 Saitama Saitama Super Arena
November 22, 2015

Last concert 
March 26, 2016 Dubai United Arab Emirates Meydan Racecourse (part of the Dubai World Cup)

Postponement
In December 2015, Jackson announced that the upcoming second North American leg of the tour that was set to start in January 2016 would be postponed due to needing surgery. All dates were rescheduled except for one date in Lexington, Kentucky, as the venue would go through renovations.

In March 2016, the European leg of the tour was postponed. On April 6, 2016, Jackson announced that due to family planning, she is postponing all remaining dates of the tour. She stated: “Please, if you can try and understand that it’s important that I do this now. I have to rest up, doctor’s orders. But I have not forgotten about you. I will continue the tour as soon as I possibly can.” According to concert promoter Live Nation, the tour will resume in 2017 and tickets will be honored with rescheduled dates; refunds will also be available.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube/DVD:

This tour never aired on TV and was never released on dvd.

-Previous tour : Number Ones, Up Close and Personal (2011)

-Next tour : State of the World Tour 2017-2019

Number Ones, Up Close and Personal (2011)

2011

Associated album
Number Ones
Icon: Number Ones
Start date February 4, 2011
End date December 5, 2011
Legs 8
No. of shows 6 in Asia
54 in North America
12 in Europe
6 in Australia
3 in Africa
81 in Total
Box office $13,726,644 (in 26 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

 

Set list

-Video Introduction (contains elements from “Control”, “Feedback”, “Nasty”, “So Much Betta”, and “Miss You Much”)
-Control Medley: “The Pleasure Principle” / “Control” / “What Have You Done for Me Lately”
-“Feedback”
-“You Want This” / “Alright”
-“Miss You Much”
-“Nasty”
-Janet’s Films (video interlude)
-“Nothing”
-“Come Back to Me” / “Let’s Wait Awhile” / “Again”
-Janet’s Images (video interlude) (contains elements from “Rope Burn”, “Any Time, Any Place”, “Got ’til It’s Gone”, “Go Deep”, “What’s It Gonna Be?!” and “Doesn’t Really Matter”)
-Medley: “Doesn’t Really Matter” / “Escapade” / “Love Will Never Do (Without You)” / -“When I Think of You” / “All For You”
-“All Nite (Don’t Stop)”
-“That’s the Way Love Goes”
-“I Get Lonely”
-What About (instrumental interlude)
-“Black Cat”
-“If”
-“Scream” / “Rhythm Nation”
-“Diamonds”
-“The Best Things in Life Are Free”
-“Make Me” (contains elements from “Throb”)
-“Together Again”

Dates 

Leg 1 : Asia

February 4, 2011 Manila Philippines PICC Plenary Hall N/A N/A
February 7, 2011 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
February 9, 2011 Jakarta Indonesia BSJCC Plenary Hall
February 14, 2011 Hong Kong HKCEC Hall 5BC
February 18, 2011 Taipei Taiwan TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall
North America

Leg 2 : North America
March 3, 2011 Hidalgo United States State Farm Arena
March 4, 2011 Houston Reliant Stadium
March 7, 2011 Chicago Chicago Theatre
March 8, 2011
March 9, 2011
March 12, 2011 Toronto Canada Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
March 13, 2011
March 15, 2011 Boston United States Wang Theatre
March 16, 2011 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
March 18, 2011 New York City Radio City Music Hall
March 19, 2011
March 21, 2011
March 22, 2011 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
March 24, 2011
March 25, 2011 Atlantic City Borgata Event Center
March 26, 2011
March 29, 2011 Atlanta Fox Theatre
March 31, 2011 St. Louis Fabulous Fox Theatre
April 2, 2011 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
April 3, 2011 Austin Moody Theater
April 5, 2011 Omaha Qwest Center Arena
April 6, 2011 Denver Wells Fargo Theatre
April 8, 2011 Phoenix Comerica Theatre
April 9, 2011 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl
April 10, 2011
April 14, 2011 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheatre
April 15, 2011
April 16, 2011
April 19, 2011 San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
April 20, 2011
April 22, 2011 Las Vegas The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
April 23, 2011
April 24, 2011

3rd leg : Europe : 

June 17, 2011 Oslo Norway Folketeatret
June 19, 2011 Copenhagen Denmark Falkoner Theatre
June 24, 2011 Berlin Germany Tempodrom
June 26, 2011 Paris France L’Olympia
June 27, 2011
June 30, 2011 London England Royal Albert Hall
July 2, 2011
July 3, 2011
July 5, 2011 Dublin Ireland Grand Canal Theatre
July 8, 2011 Monte Carlo Monaco Monte-Carlo Sporting
July 9, 2011
July 12, 2011 Barcelona Spain Plaça Major
4th leg : North America
August 1, 2011 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
August 3, 2011 Hamilton Hamilton Place Theatre
August 4, 2011 Bethel United States Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
August 6, 2011 Holmdel Township PNC Bank Arts Center
August 8, 2011 Upper Darby Township Tower Theater
August 9, 2011 Portsmouth NTelos Wireless Pavilion
August 11, 2011 Cincinnati PNC Pavilion
August 12, 2011 Cleveland Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
August 14, 2011 Milwaukee Milwaukee Theatre
August 16, 2011 Detroit Fox Theatre
August 19, 2011 Minneapolis Orpheum Theatre
August 21, 2011 Des Moines Iowa State Fair Grandstand
August 22, 2011 Kansas City Starlight Theatre
August 26, 2011 Vancouver Canada Queen Elizabeth Theatre
August 29, 2011 Seattle United States McCaw Hall
August 30, 2011 Portland Keller Auditorium
September 1, 2011 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
5th leg : Australia

October 13, 2011 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Yas Arena
October 18, 2011 Perth Australia Burswood Theatre
October 22, 2011 Adelaide Festival Theatre
November 2, 2011 Gold Coast GCCEC Arena
November 3, 2011[a] Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
November 5, 2011 Sydney Sydney Opera House
November 8, 2011
6th leg : Africa
November 11, 2011 Johannesburg South Africa The Teatro at Montecasino
November 12, 2011
November 15, 2011 Cape Town Grand Arena at Grand West Casino
7th leg : North America
November 26, 2011 Las Vegas United States The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
December 1, 2011 Palm Springs McCallum Theatre
December 4, 2011 Tampa Morsani Hall
December 5, 2011 Miami Beach The Fillmore Miami Beach

Personnel
Show Director: Janet Jackson & Gil Duldulao
Creative Director and Choreographer: Gil Duldulao
Musical Director: Adam Blackstone
Lighting/Video Designer: Vincent Foster
Lighting Director: Tyler Elich
Front of House Engineer: Kyle Hamilton
Monitor Engineer: Michael “Woody” Dunwoody
Personal Trainer: Anthony Martinez
Costume Designer: Robert Henri Behar
Band
Musical Director, Bass: Adam Blackstone
Keyboards: Daniel Jones, Rex Salas
Drums: Brian Frasier Moore
Guitar: Clay Sears, Rick Barry
Bass: Jae Deal
Vocalists: Erin Stevenson, Jill Zadeh, Onitsha Shaw, Tiffany Palmer, Nicole Hurst
Dancers
Gil Duldulao, Jr., Jillian Meyers, Laurel Thomson, Whyley Yoshimura, James Collins, Ramon Baynes, John-Paul “JP” San Pedro

 

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube/DVD:

Professional footage of two dates filmed at London’s Royal Albert Hall has not been released. The tour’s London show was initially planned to be released to VEVO in addition to a possible DVD release.

Professional footage of “Feedback” filmed during a private show at the Hard Rock Hotel in Singapore was uploaded to Jackson’s official YouTube channel.

This tour never aired on TV and was never released on dvd.

-Previous tour : Rock Witchu Tour (2008)

Rock Witchu Tour (2008)

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Associated album Discipline
Start date September 10, 2008
End date November 1, 2008
Legs 1
No. of shows 17 in North America
17 played
Box office $13,975,514 (adjusted to 2019 dollars)

Set list
“The Pleasure Principle” / “Control” / “What Have You Done for Me Lately”
“Feedback”
“You Want This”
“Alright”
“Miss You Much”
“Never Letchu Go”
“Come Back to Me” / “Let’s Wait Awhile” / “Again”
“So Excited”
“So Much Betta”
“Nasty” (contains elements of “Deep Cover”)
“All Nite (Don’t Stop)”
“Rock with U”
“Together Again”
“Young Love” / “Say You Do” / “Don’t Stand Another Chance”
“Doesn’t Really Matter”
“Escapade”
“Love Will Never Do (Without You)” / “When I Think of You” / “All for You”
“Got ’til It’s Gone”
“Call on Me”
“That’s the Way Love Goes”
“I Get Lonely”
“Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun)” / “Any Time, Any Place”
“Discipline”
“Black Cat”
“If”
“Rhythm Nation”

Encore
“Luv” (contains elements of “Lollipop”)
“Runaway”

Dates

Leg 1 : North America

September 10, 2008 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place Hedspin
September 13, 2008 Oakland United States Oracle Arena
September 17, 2008 Los Angeles Staples Center
September 19, 2008 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center
September 20, 2008 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
September 25, 2008 Rosemont Allstate Arena
September 28, 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
October 15, 2008 Washington, D.C. United States Verizon Center
October 17, 2008 East Rutherford Izod Center
October 19, 2008 Atlanta Philips Arena
October 21, 2008 Houston Toyota Center
October 22, 2008 Dallas American Airlines Center
October 24, 2008 Kansas City Sprint Center
October 26, 2008 Tulsa BOK Center
October 28, 2008 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
November 1, 2008 New York City Madison Square Garden

Personnel
Show Director: Janet Jackson & Gil Duldulao
Promoter: Leonard Rowe
Creative Director and Choreographer: Gil Duldulao
Assistant to Creative Director & Choreographer: Stephani KammerBand: Adam Blackstone (Musical Director/Bass), Dave Navarro (Guitars), Lil’ John Roberts (Drums), Daniel Jones (Keyboards), Jae Deal (programming, orchestration)[28]Costumes: Donatella Versace
Lighting and Set Design: Vince Foster [29][30]
FOH Sound Engineer: Jon Lemon [31][32]
Pyrotechnics Design: Lorenzo Cornacchia (Vice President of Pyrotek Special Effects)[33]
Dancers
Gil Duldulao (Choreographer), Jillian Meyers, Laurel Thompson, Nick Bass, Ed Moore, Teddy Forance, Cassidy Noblett, Victor Rojas, Whyley Yoshimura, Anthony Garza (Swing Dancer)

Commercial release :

This tour was never officially released on DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

This tour never aired on TV.

Many concerts were filmed by fans and uploaded on You Tube including the last date in NYC.

-Previous tour : All For You Tour (2001-2002)

-Next tour : Number Ones, Up Close and Personal (2011)

All For You Tour (2001-2002)

All for you

Associated album All for You
Start date July 7, 2001
End date February 16, 2002
Legs 3
No. of shows 69 in North America
4 in Japan
73 total
Box office $39,417,873 (in 22 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

 

Set list
“Come On Get Up”
“You Ain’t Right”
“All for You”
“Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
“Trust a Try”
“Come Back to Me” / “Let’s Wait Awhile” / “Again”
“Runaway” / “Miss You Much” / “When I Think of You” / “Escapade”
“Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)”
“Got ’til It’s Gone” / “That’s the Way Love Goes”
“What Have You Done for Me Lately” / “Control” / “Nasty” (contains elements of “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)”)
“Alright”
“Love Scene (Ooh Baby)” (Instrumental Interlude)
“Would You Mind”
“If”
“Black Cat”
“Rhythm Nation” (contains excerpts from “The Knowledge)”
“Doesn’t Really Matter”
“Someone to Call My Lover”
“Together Again”

Tour dates

1st leg : North America
July 7, 2001 Portland United States Rose Garden
July 8, 2001 Seattle KeyArena
July 9, 2001 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
July 11, 2001 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
July 14, 2001 Kansas City United States Kemper Arena
July 15, 2001 St. Louis Scottrade Center
July 17, 2001 Minneapolis Target Center
July 21, 2001 Columbus Nationwide Arena
July 22, 2001 Lexington Rupp Arena
July 24, 2001 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities
July 26, 2001 Chicago United Center
July 27, 2001
July 28, 2001
July 30, 2001 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 31, 2001
August 2, 2001 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
August 3, 2001 Montreal Bell Centre
August 10, 2001 Buffalo United States HSBC Arena
August 11, 2001 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
August 16, 2001 Washington, D.C. MCI Center
August 17, 2001
August 18, 2001
August 20, 2001 New York City Madison Square Garden
August 22, 2001
August 23, 2001
August 25, 2001 Boston FleetCenter
August 26, 2001
September 3, 2001 Cleveland Gund Arena
September 5, 2001 Raleigh Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena
September 7, 2001 Nashville Gaylord Entertainment Center
September 8, 2001 Atlanta Philips Arena
September 9, 2001 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
September 16, 2001 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
September 18, 2001 Houston Compaq Center
September 19, 2001 San Antonio Alamodome
September 21, 2001 North Little Rock Alltel Arena
September 22, 2001 Dallas American Airlines Center
September 26, 2001 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
September 27, 2001 Phoenix America West Arena
September 29, 2001 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
September 30, 2001 Sacramento ARCO Arena
October 2, 2001 Los Angeles Staples Center
October 3, 2001
October 5, 2001 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
October 6, 2001
October 8, 2001 San Jose Compaq Center
October 9, 2001 Oakland The Arena in Oakland
October 10, 2001 San Jose Compaq Center
October 12, 2001 Salt Lake City Delta Center
October 13, 2001 Denver Pepsi Center
October 16, 2001 Milwaukee Bradley Center
October 18, 2001 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse
October 20, 2001 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena
October 21, 2001 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
October 23, 2001 Philadelphia First Union Center
October 26, 2001 Tampa Ice Palace
October 28, 2001 Sunrise National Car Rental Center
October 29, 2001
2nd leg : Asia
January 12, 2002 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome
January 13, 2002
January 17, 2002 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
January 18, 2002
3rd leg : North America
January 25, 2002 Louisville United States Freedom Hall
January 26, 2002 Champaign Assembly Hall
January 29, 2002 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
January 30, 2002 Grand Rapids United States Van Andel Arena
February 1, 2002 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
February 2, 2002 Atlantic City Etess Arena
February 5, 2002 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
February 6, 2002 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
February 8, 2002 Wilkes-Barre First Union Arena
February 9, 2002 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
February 16, 2002 Honolulu Aloha Stadium

The band
Musical director: David Barry
Drums: Brian Frasier-Moore
Keyboards: Joel Campbell and Morris Pleasure
Guitar: David Barry
Bass: Ethan Farmer
Background vocals: Julie Delgado, Jenny Douglas-McCrae, Stacey Campbell (select shows)
The dancers
Shawnette Heard (main choreographer)
Gil Duldulao, Jr. (associate choreographer)
Eddie Morales (associate choreographer)
Kelly Konno (assistant choreographer)
Jenna Dewan
Alison Faulk
Nicholas Florez
Laurie Sposit (swing dancer)
Kevin Wilson
Luis Sanchez
Marcel Wilson (swing dancer)
Production
Set designed by Mark Fisher, Janet Jackson, Shawnette Heard
Lighting designed by Abby Rosen Holmes
Video Content Designed by Mindpool Live

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube/DVD

The first three songs of the premiere concert in Portland were broadcast live on VH1 as Janet Jackson: Opening Night Live. Along with live reporting from the venue, the broadcast featured clips of Jackson’s “Greatest Television Moments”.

Her performance of “All for You” in Charlotte was broadcast on her brother Michael Jackson’s United We Stand: What More Can I Give benefit concert on October 21, 2001.

The February 16, 2002 concert in Honolulu aired on HBO the following night. It was directed by David Mallet. The program also featured never-before-seen footage of Jackson in her dressing room while changing into her costumes during the show. One day prior to the concert, the singer held a dress rehearsal and invited many fans who were waiting outside of the stadium inside. The dress rehearsal was also filmed, with parts being edited into the televised program. Missy Elliott also made a surprise appearance at the televised concert in Honolulu to perform during “Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)”. The broadcast was watched by more than twelve million viewers, and was later released on DVD and VHS, titled Janet: Live in Hawaii.

-Previous tour : The Velvet Rope Tour (1997-1998)

-Next tour : Rock Witchu Tour (2008)

Bold And Beautiful 2014

2014

Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

Alley Mills as Pamela Douglas

-Schae Harrison as Darla Esinstein

-Jacob Young as Rick Forrester

-Adam Gregory as Thomas Forrester (2nd Thomas)

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Ashlyn Pearce as Aly Forrester (2nd Aly)

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Don Diamont as William “Bill” Spencer Jr

-Kimberly Matula as Hope Logan

-Scott Clifton as Liam Spencer 

-Linsey Godfrey as Caroline Spencer

-Rena Sofer as Quinn Fuller

-Darin Brooks as Wyatt Spencer

-Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester (2nd Ridge)

-Mace Coronel as RJ Forrester

 

Divorces

Mariages 

New characters

Characters leaving

-Felicia Forrester

-RJ Forrester

-Thomas Forrester

 

Characters returning

 

 

Bold And Beautiful 2013

2013

Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

Alley Mills as Pamela Douglas

-Schae Harrison as Darla Esinstein

-Ashley Jones as Bridget Forrester (4th Bridget)

-Jacob Young as Rick Forrester

-Adam Gregory as Thomas Forrester (2nd Thomas)

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Ashlyn Pearce as Aly Forrester (2nd Aly)

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Jacqueline Wood as Steffy Forrester

-Don Diamont as William “Bill” Spencer Jr

-Kimberly Matula as Hope Logan

-Scott Clifton as Liam Spencer 

-Linsey Godfrey as Caroline Spencer

-Rena Sofer as Quinn Fuller

-Darin Brooks as Wyatt Spencer

-Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester (2nd Ridge)

-Mace Coronel as RJ Forrester

 

Divorces

 

Mariages 

 

New characters

-Quinn Fuller

-Wyatt Spencer

Characters leaving

-Bridget Forrester

-Steffy Forrester

Characters returning

-Ridge Forrester

 

-Previous year : Bold and Beautiful 2012

Bold and Beautiful 2012

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Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester

-Ron Moss as Ridge Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

-Alley Mills as Pamela Douglas

-Schae Harrison as Darla Esinstein

-Ashley Jones as Bridget Forrester (4th Bridget)

-Kyle Lowder as Rick Forrester (3rd Rick)

-Jacob Young as Rick Forrester

-Lesley-Anne Down as Jackie Marone

-Jack Wagner as Nick Marone

-Adam Gregory as Thomas Forrester (2nd Thomas)

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Harley Graham as Aly Forrester

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Jacqueline Wood as Steffy Forrester

-Don Diamont as William “Bill” Spencer Jr

-Rick Hearst as Whip Jones

-Kimberly Matula as Hope Logan

-Scott Clifton as Liam Spencer 

-Linsey Godfrey as Caroline Spencer (daughter of Karen & Danielle Spencer)

Divorces

-Liam Spencer & Steffy Forrester

Mariages 

-Ridge Forrester & Brooke Logan (5th wedding/annuled)

-Lian Spencer & Hope Logan

-Eric Forrester & Stephanie Douglas (widow)

New characters

-Danielle Spencer (wife of Karen Spencer)

-Caroline Spencer (daughter of Karen & Danielle)

Characters leaving

-Stephanie Forrester (death onscreen after 25 years on the show)

-Ridge Forrester (not returning home from his honeymoon with Brooke)

-Storm Logan (death onscreen)

-Nick Marone

-Jackie Marone

Characters returning

-Kristen Forrester (for a short time)

 

-Previous year : Bold and Beautiful 2011

-New year : Bold And Beautiful 2013

Bold and Beautiful 2011

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Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester

-Ron Moss as Ridge Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

-Alley Mills as Pamela Douglas

-Schae Harrison as Darla Esinstein

-Ashley Jones as Bridget Forrester (4th Bridget)

-Kyle Lowder as Rick Forrester (3rd Rick)

-Jacob Young as Rick Forrester

-Lesley-Anne Down as Jackie Marone

-Jack Wagner as Nick Marone

-Adam Gregory as Thomas Forrester (2nd Thomas)

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Harley Graham as Aly Forrester

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-Patrick Duffy as Stephen Logan (2nd Stephen)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Jacqueline Wood as Steffy Forrester

-Don Diamont as William “Bill” Spencer Jr

-Rick Hearst as Whip Jones

-Kimberly Matula as Hope Logan

-Scott Clifton as Liam Spencer 

 

Divorces

-Ridge Forrester & Brooke Logan

Mariages 

-Liam Spencer & Steffy Forrester

New characters

Characters leaving

-Stephen Logan

Characters returning

-Karen Spencer

 

-Previous year : Bold and Beautiful 2010

-Next year : Bold and Beautiful 2012

The Velvet Rope Tour (1997-1998)

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Associated album The Velvet Rope
Start date April 16, 1998
End date January 30, 1999
Legs 6
No. of shows 62 in North America
34 in Europe
3 in Africa
15 in Oceania
11 in Asia
125 total
Box office $21,964,832 (in 18 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

Setlist

“Velvet Rope”
“If”
“You”
“Let’s Wait Awhile” / “Again”
“Control”
“The Pleasure Principle” / “What Have You Done for Me Lately”
“Nasty” (contain elements of “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See”)
“Throb”
“Escapade” / “When I Think of You”
“Miss You Much”
“Runaway” / “Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
“Alright”
“I Get Lonely”
“Rope Burn”
“Black Cat”
“What About”
“Rhythm Nation”
“Special”

Encore

“That’s the Way Love Goes”
“Got ’til It’s Gone”
“Together Again”

Notes
-“Every Time” was performed during the final concert in Tokyo.
-“Whoops Now” was performed during the European leg.
-On select dates, such as the performance in Oakland, “Black Cat” and “What About” were removed from the set list.
-“Go Deep” was added to the set list halfway through the European leg of the tour.
-“Love Will Never Do (Without You)” was not performed on the European leg.
Tour dates

1st leg : Europe
April 16, 1998 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy
April 17, 1998
April 19, 1998 Ghent Belgium Flanders Expo
April 24, 1998 Nürnberg Germany Frankenhalle
April 29, 1998 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
May 1, 1998 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
May 3, 1998 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
May 5, 1998 Milan Italy FilaForum
May 7, 1998 Stuttgart Germany Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
May 8, 1998 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
May 9, 1998 Leipzig Messehalle
May 11, 1998 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
May 13, 1998 Turku Finland HK Arena
May 15, 1998 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
May 16, 1998 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
May 17, 1998 Gothenburg Scandinavium
May 19, 1998 Berlin Germany Velodrom
May 20, 1998 Dortmund Westfalenhallen
May 22, 1998 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
May 24, 1998 Toulon France Zénith Oméga de Toulon
May 26, 1998 Lyon Halle Tony Garnier
May 27, 1998 Ghent Belgium Flanders Expo
May 29, 1998 Birmingham United Kingdom NEC Arena
May 30, 1998 Newcastle Telewest Arena
May 31, 1998 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
June 3, 1998 Glasgow SEC Centre
June 4, 1998 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
June 6, 1998 London Wembley Arena
June 7, 1998
June 9, 1998 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome
June 11, 1998 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
June 12, 1998
June 16, 1998 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
June 17, 1998 London England Wembley Arena

2nd leg : North America
July 9, 1998 Washington, D.C. United States MCI Center
July 11, 1998 Cleveland Gund Arena
July 12, 1998 Cincinnati The Crown
July 14, 1998 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
July 15, 1998 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities
July 17, 1998 Detroit Joe Louis Arena
July 18, 1998
July 22, 1998 Camden E-Centre
July 24, 1998 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
July 25, 1998
July 28, 1998 Milwaukee BMO Harris Bradley Center
July 29, 1998 Minneapolis Target Center
July 31, 1998 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre
August 1, 1998 Kansas City Kemper Arena
August 3, 1998 Denver McNichols Sports Arena
August 5, 1998 West Valley City E Center
August 8, 1998 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
August 11, 1998 Portland United States Rose Garden
August 13, 1998 Oakland The Arena in Oakland
August 14, 1998 Sacramento ARCO Arena
August 16, 1998 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
August 20, 1998 Inglewood Great Western Forum
August 23, 1998 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
August 24, 1998 Fresno Selland Arena
August 26, 1998 Phoenix America West Arena
August 28, 1998 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
August 29, 1998 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
September 3, 1998 Greenville Bon Secours Wellness Arena
September 4, 1998 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion
September 5, 1998 Nashville Nashville Arena
September 7, 1998 Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre
September 9, 1998 San Antonio Alamodome
September 11, 1998 West Palm Beach Coral Sky Amphitheatre
September 12, 1998 Tampa Ice Palace
September 15, 1998 Orlando Orlando Arena
September 16, 1998 Atlanta Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre
September 18, 1998 Boston FleetCenter
September 19, 1998 Atlantic City Mark G. Etess Arena
September 21, 1998 Bristow Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge
September 22, 1998 Burgettstown Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater
September 24, 1998 Columbus Polaris Amphitheater
September 26, 1998 Rochester Blue Cross Arena
September 27, 1998 Ottawa Canada Corel Centre
September 29, 1998 Toronto SkyDome
September 30, 1998 Montreal Molson Centre
October 2, 1998 Worcester United States Worcester’s Centrum Centre
October 4, 1998 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
October 5, 1998 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
October 6, 1998 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena
October 10, 1998 New York City Madison Square Garden
October 11, 1998
October 14, 1998 Baltimore Baltimore Arena
October 16, 1998 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
October 18, 1998 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
October 20, 1998 Raleigh Hardee’s Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
October 21, 1998 Virginia Beach GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater
October 25, 1998 Atlantic City Mark G. Etess Arena
October 27, 1998 Memphis Pyramid Arena
October 28, 1998 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome
October 30, 1998 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
October 31, 1998
3rd leg : South Africa
November 14, 1998 Cape Town South Africa Green Point Stadium
November 19, 1998 Durban Kings Park Stadium
November 21, 1998 Johannesburg Ellis Park Stadium
4th leg : Oceania
November 27, 1998 Christchurch New Zealand WestpacTrust Centre
November 28, 1998
November 30, 1998 Wellington Queens Wharf Events Centre
December 1, 1998
December 3, 1998
December 5, 1998 Auckland Ericsson Stadium
December 7, 1998 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
December 9, 1998 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
December 10, 1998 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
December 12, 1998 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
December 13, 1998 Perth Perth Entertainment Centre
December 14, 1998
December 15, 1998 Melbourne Melbourne Park
December 17, 1998
December 20, 1998 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre

5th leg : Japan 
January 12, 1999 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan
January 13, 1999
January 14, 1999
January 16, 1999 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
January 17, 1999
January 19, 1999
January 20, 1999
January 21, 1999 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall
January 23, 1999 Hamamatsu Hamamatsu Arena
January 25, 1999 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
January 26, 1999
Last concert 

January 30, 1999 Honolulu United States Aloha Stadium

Note

Janet performed a private show at the Jerudong Park Amphitheatre in Brunei, South East Asia by request of Princess Hamidah of the Brunei royal family. An exclusive audio recording of the show was issued to attendees of Hamidah’s twenty-first birthday party.

Band
Musical Director: Rex Salas
Drums: Lil John Roberts
Keyboards: Rex Salas and Darrel Smith
Percussion: Terry Santiel
Guitar: David Barry
Bass: Sam Sims
Background vocals: Stacy Campbell and Rebecca Valadez
Dancers
Tina Landon (choreographer)
Kelly Konno
Gil Duldulao
Michael Andrews
Tyce Diorio
Teresa Espinosa
Shawnette Heard
Nikki Pantenburg
Robert Vinson

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

The show’s concert in New York City was broadcast on the HBO special The Velvet Rope: Live in Madison Square Garden. It received over 15 million viewers and surpassed the ratings of all four major networks among viewers subscribed to the channel.

Commercial release : 

It was released on DVD as The Velvet Rope Tour – Live in Concert, certified platinum in the United States and Australia. Selected performance footage was also aired on MTV.

A live music video for promotional single “You” contains concert footage filmed in Glasgow and Manchester.

-Previous tour : Janet World Tour 1993-1995

-Next tour : All For You Tour (2001-2002)