2019

January 03 : Janet celebrates Eissa’s 2nd birthday in London.

January 10 : The Jacksons kick off their australian tour in Mount Maunganui in New Zealand.

January 12 : Concert in Sydney.

January 13 : Janet is spotted shopping in London.

Concert in Brisbane.

January 15 : Concert in Gold Coast.

January 16 : LaToya is a guest on Matc Game on ABC.

Jacksons concert in Melbourne.

After a one month break from social medias and public exposure Paris writes on Instagram : « I am happy and healthy and feeling better than ever ».

January 18 : Jacksons concert in Adelaide.

Diana Ross, Rebbie, Katherine, Yashi, Stacee, London & Taryll attend Evan Ross & Austin’s concert at the Roxy Theater in L.A.

January 19 : Concert in Perth.

January 25 : The Michael Jackson estate has issued a statement on the film “Leaving Neverland,” which premiered at Sundance on Friday morning (Jan. 25). The documentary was screened at Park City, Utah’s Egyptian Theater. The Estate issued its statement about 12 hours after the film debuted, taking issue with what it calls “the kind of tabloid character assassination Michael Jackson endured in life, and now in death.”

Dan Reed’s film follows two accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, as they describe intense and graphic acts they say Jackson committed against them, as well those they say the pop icon coached them to commit on him. Robson met Jackson through a dance competition at age 5, and alleges the sexual abuse began when he was 7. Safechuck was cast in a Pepsi commercial starring Jackson around age 8, and the alleged abuse began after months of close friendship.

Taj & TJ defend MJ on Twitter and plan to make a documentary to end all the lies.

January 26 : Genevieve gets engaged to longtime boyfriend in Atlanta in the presence of Alejandra.

January 28 : The Jackson family releases a statement regarding the “Leaving Neverland” documentary.

January 30 : Jermaine gives an interview to Good Morning Britain to defend Michael in the “Leaving Neverland” controversy. Many friends defend MJ on social medias including Brett Barnes, Frank Cascio, Karen Faye & Talun Zeitoun.

LaToya attends the press conference of the show ‘Forever The Best Show About The King of Pop’ at Centro Cultural Teatro 1 in Mexico City, Mexico.

January 31 : Janet gives a private performance at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Then she takes a private jet back to L.A with her team (Joey, Gil, Preston, Cassie, Paulette & the Kids).

Paula Abdul presents Janet with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 20th Anniversary of Choreographer’s Carnival. Taryll Jackson attends the show.

February 3 : Family Day for Superbowl Sunday with Austin, Yashi, Donte, Jaafar & Jermajesty among others.

Janet Jackson Appreciation Day on social medias.

February 7 : Janet & her team arrive in Tokyo, Japan.

February 8 : The Estate of Michael Jackson have written a blistering 10-page letter to HBO outlining in detail exactly why #LeavingNeverland will ‘go down as the most shameful episode in HBO’s history’.

Janet goes shopping at Kiddy Land for Eissa.

February 10 : Janet performs at Nippon Dubokan in Tokyo, Japan.

Paris attends Republic Records Grammy after party at Spring Place Beverly Hills.

February 11 : Janet performs at Nippon Dubokan in Tokyo, Japan.

Brandi Jackson exposes Wade Robson’s lies in twitter and reveals that she dated him for 7 years and Michael introduced them to each other.

February 13 : Prince celebrates his 22nd birthday.

LaToya is a guest on The Masked Singer on Fox.

February 21 : Bigi celebrates his 17th birthday.

Michael Jackson Estate Sues HBO for $100 Million Over ‘Leaving Neverland’ Documentary.

Janet is spotted in London with Eissa.

February 24 : Paris attends the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts  in Beverly Hills, California.

February 26 : Janet is in NYC with Gil & Preston.

Global icon Janet Jackson is taking over the Las Vegas strip this spring/summer! Her new headlining residency Metamorphosis begins on Friday, May 17, 2019 at Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort.

Metamorphosis peels back the layers of the immensely private life of Janet, sharing her transformation from a young girl with issues of self-esteem to global icon.

The centerpiece of her all new thought-provoking show, will be Janet captivating you through your senses with electrifying visuals, explosive dance numbers, chart-topping hits and fan favorite deep cuts. The show also features a special 30-year anniversary celebration of her ground-breaking album Rhythm Nation.

You will follow her path to self-love, empowerment, motherhood and activism, amidst the challenges faced along her personal journey finding your own light through her Metamorphosis.

February 27 : The Jackson family reacts to “Leaving Neverland”. Brandi Jackson gives a radio interview while Marlon, Tito, Jackie & Taj are guests on CBS This Morning.

February 28 : Janet is spotted at NYC airport.

March 1 : The Jacksons give a concert at Treasure Island Resort & Casino Welch, MN

March 2 : Janet visits MPA Academy in London.

March 3 : The Jacksons give a concert at  Maarten Yacht Club Simpson Bay Netherlands Antilles.

March 3 + 4 : HBO airs two-part HBO documentary Leaving Neverland,

March 4 : HBO and OWN present Oprah Winfrey Presents: After Neverland, a conversation hosted by Oprah featuring Wade Robson and James Safechuck.

March 5-11 :  Many family and friends defend MJ on social medias including Karen Faye, Corey Feldman, Brett Barnes, Macauley Culkin, Jermaine, Austin, Yashi, Brandi, the Schleiter Family, Grace Rwaramba etc

Taj flies to London to give interviews (the doc is aired on Channel 4)

Katherine, Rebbie, Janet, LaToya, Randy, Prince & Paris remain silent.

March 11 : Janet is spotted at NYC airport.

March 12 : Austin has breakfast with Katherine & Rebbie.

March 13 : LaToya attends the show ‘Forever, The Best Show About The King of Pop’ at Centro Cultural Teatro 1 in Mexico City, Mexico.

Paris on Twitter : “there’s nothing i can say that hasn’t already been said in regards to defense. taj is doing a perfect job on his own. and i support him. but that’s not my role. i’m just tryna get everyone to chill out and go with the flow, be mellow and think about the bigger picture. that’s me.”

March 16 : The Jacksons give a concert at das Américas São Paulo, SP Brazil.

TMZ reports that Paris was hospitalized last night after a suicide attempt. Paris replies to them on Twitter “fuck you, you fucking liars”.

March 18 : Paris attends the Premiere Of Netflix’s ‘The Dirt’ at ArcLight Hollywood in Hollywood, California.

March 19 : The Jacksons give a concert at Auditório Araújo Viana  Porto Alegre/RS Brazil.

March 21 : The Jacksons give a concert at Luna Park Buenos Aires Argentina

March 23 : Diana Ross supports MJ on Twitter.23

The Jacksons give a concert at Teatro Caupolicán Santiago Chile

The Jackson family provided Billboard with a 24-page working PowerPoint document, titled “Leaving Neverland and the Truth,” that questions the accusers’ memories and the filmmakers’ motives in detail. The estate also attached recent news clips in which the singer’s defense attorney called the accusations “hogwash.”  The document goes into detail about the documentary being bias, inconsistent, and notes that the footage that was featured was misused.

The Jackson family gathers to celebrate Genevieve’s engagement party in L.A. Many members attend the party including Katherine, Rebbie, LaToya, Austin, Stacee, Yashi, TJ and Frances, Taj and Thayana, Taryll & Breanna, Alejandra, Randy Jr, Donte, Jaafar, Jermajesty, Autumn, Paris, Steveanna and more…

March 27 : The Jacksons perform in Austin, Texas.

March 29 : Janet attends the 2019 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at Barclays Center in New York City where she is inducted by Janelle Monae.

Then she attends an after party celebrating her induction with many family & friends including Randy, Joey, Gil, Preston, Robert, Lil Kim, MC Lyte, Tina Landon, Terry Lewis, Jimmy Jam, Asa Soltan, Johnny Gill, Joey Harris, Cassidy Blaine, Tommy Parker, Janet & Talun Zeitoun & more.

March 30 : Debbie Rowe attends Paris ‘s first musical  gig in a L.A bar.

April 3 : Paris spends her 21st birthday with her boyfriend and with Austin.

April 7 : Janet and her crew perform the very last SOTW show at Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage on a boat cruise in Miami, Florida.

Then Janet throws a party for Gil’s 40th birthday!

April 9 : Back in L.A, Janet and her crew start rehearsing for Metarmophosis.

April 13 : Sarah Moore, Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glenn are seen at Coachella on April in Indio, California.

April 18 : Janet makes a photoshoot in L.A.

Latoya attends the opening of Princess Grace Kelly exhibit in Monaco.

April 21 : Katherine, Rebbie, Taj his wife and daughter Taylor spend Easter sunday together.

April 25 : Janet shares a video message to her fans to win tickets for her #MetamorphosisVegas opening night. She also announces a special Rhythm Nation 30th anniversary concert on Sept 21 in San Francisco.

The Jacksons perform at the Aaron Beasant Park Amphitheate in Panama City Beach, FL

April 27 : The Jacksons perform at the Beau Rivage Theatre Biloxi, MS.

May 2 : Paris and Caroline D’Amore attend the Dinner Party to Celebrate Pizza Girl by Caroline D’Amore hosted by Paris Jackson at the Private Residence of the CEO of Absolut Elyx.

Janet and her team go to Las vegas for the next phase of rehearsals for #MetamorphosisVegas.

May 10 : LaToya  attends the 26th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills with Kathy Hilton & Branda Richie.

May 11 : Prince Jackson  goes through commencement ceremonies Saturday at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
Many family members attend the graduation ceremony and after party including Katherine, Rebbie, Latoya, Paris, Bigi, Omer and Pia Bhatti, Austin, Brandi, Siggy & 3T.

Janet stays in Vegas.

May 16 : Janet celebrates her 53rd birthday in Vegas.

Taj, Prince & Bigi launch their You Tube channel on film reviews.

May 17 : Opening night for Janet’s residency in Vegas.

Many family and friends attend the show  including Katherine, Rebbie, Austin, Yashi, Jimmy Jam, Yvette Nicole Brown, Queen Latifah, Gabrielle Union, Eve etc

Later Janet attends the after party for the debut of her residency “Metamorphosis” at On The Record Speakeasy and Club at Park MGM.

May 18 : 2nd Metamorphosis show in Vegas. Austin attends it.

May 19 : Janet’s friends hold a surprise birthday party in Vegas with many family & friends including Austin, Johnny Gil, Lil Kim, Ciara, Teyana etc…

May 21 : 3rd Metamorphosis show in Vegas. Siggy attends it.

May 22 : 4th Metamorphosis show in Vegas.

May 25 : 5th Metamorphosis show in Vegas.

May 26 : 6th Metamorphosis show in Vegas.

 

 

 

TV Performances 1980-1989

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-January 1980 : Michael performs When You Wish Upon A Star and Ease On Down The Road in Disneyland for a Disney Channel Special celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Magic Kingdom.

Michael performs Rock With You & Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough at a UNICEF benefit concert which is broadcasted on TV.

-March 2, 1981 :  CBS airs a Diana Ross’s TV Special featuring Michael. Together, they perform Upside Down, Rock With You & Ease On Down The Road (with Quincy Jones on the piano).

-May 6, 1982 : During an episode of Diff’Rent Strokes titled “The Music Man” Janet sings “The Magic Is Working” a song she has just recorded for her debut album.

-October 30, 1982 : Janet performs Young Love & Come Give Your Love On Me for the first time on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand and reveals why she wears a key on her ear ring.

-November 5, 1982 : Janet performs Young Love on Solid Gold.

-December 18, 1982 : Janet performs Say You Do and Young Love on the Soul Train show.

-January 1983 : Janet performs “Say You Do” on Solid Gold.

-February 10, 1983 : Janet performs Young Love on Musikladen.

-May 16, 1983 :  NBC broadcasts the two hour special Motown 25th: Yesterday, Today & Forever featuring for the first time since 1975, a performance of the six Jackson brothers for a medley of the Jackson 5 hits followed by a solo performance of Billie Jean during which Michael showcases his first ever public performance of the Moonwalk. At the end of the show, Michael joins Diana Ross and all the Motown stars on stage to pay tribute to Berry Gordy.

-September 15, 1984 : Janet performs her new single Don’t Stand Another Chance & Dream Street  on American Bandstand.

-September 29, 1984 : Season 4 premiere of “Fame” featuring Janet is aired on NBC.In the first episode Janet/Cleo performs  her new single “Two To The Power Of Love” with Jesse Borrego taking Cliff Richard’s place.

-October 27, 1984 : In Fame new episode “The Heart Of Rock N Roll”, Janet/Cleo performs “Don’t Stand Another Chance”.

-November 10, 1984  : Janet performs Don’t Stand Another Chance on the Soul Train Show.

-January 26, 1985 : In Fame’s new episode “The Heart Of Rock N Roll II”, Janet/Cleo performs a rendition of Jackson 5 hit “I Want You Back”.

-May 25, 1985 : In Fame’s season 4 finale, Janet/Cleo performs “Dream Street”. This is Janet first ever promotional music video and also her last appearance on the show.

-October 27, 1985 : Janet supports LaToya by performing background vocals on her song “Baby Sister” during a live performance at the 16th annual World Popular Song Festival in Japan.

-January 27, 1986 :  At the end of the American Music Awards ceremony, Michael joins many celebrities including Diana Ross, Janet & LaToya to sing We Are The World.

-March 29, 1986 : Janet performs What Have You Done For Me Lately on The Soul Train Show.

-April 11, 1986 : Janet performs What Have You Done For Me Lately on The Solid Soul Show.

-April 19, 1986 : Janet performs What Have You Done For Me Lately on American Bandstand.

-May 2, 1986 : Janet performs What Have You Done For Me Lately on Solid Gold.

-October, 1986 : Janet performs Control on the Soul Train Show.

Janet goes to Europe with Rene & Anthony Thomas for a short promotional tour :

-London (to tape a performance of Control on Top Of The Pops)
-Paris (to tape a performance of Nasty on TF1)
-Spain (to tape a performance of When I Think Of You)
-Germany (to tape a performance of Control)

-December 31, 1986 : Janet performs Control on Countdown to 1987.

-January  1987 : Janet goes to Tokyo to perform “Let’s Wait Awhile” on a Japonese TV Show.

-January 26, 1987 : Janet performs Control at the American Music Awards.

-February 24, 1987 : Janet opens the Grammy Awards ceremony with a medley performance of  “What Have You Done For Me Lately ” and “Nasty” featuring Terry Lewis & Jimmy Jam.

-March 26, 1987 : Janet performs “Let’s Wait Awhile” on British TV show Top Of The Pops.

-March 2, 1988 : At the 30th Grammy Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York , Michael performs The Way You Make Me Feel & Man In The Mirror.

-October 1989 : Janet, Rene & the Kids (the dancers) go on promotional tour in Europe.

-London : They perform Miss You Much and Rhythm Nation on Top Of The Pops, TV PLUS, Rhythm Nation on The Royal Variety Performance & Rhythm Nation and Miss You Much on Big England Cafe.
-Paris : They perform Miss You Much at Sacrée Soirée on TF1.
-Munich : They perform Miss You Much on Peter’s Pop Show on ZDF.
-Spain : They perform Miss You Much
-Belgium : They perform Miss You Much & Rhythm Nation at the Diamond Awards Festival.

November 13, 1989 :  Michael sings You Were There during the taping of the Sammy Davis Jr 60th Anniversary TV Special.

TV Performances 1969-1979

-October 18, 1969 :  Diana Ross & The Supremes introduce the Jackson 5 on ABC’s Hollywwod Palace Special where they perform Sing A Simple Song, Can You Remember, I want You Back and There Was A Time (with Diana Ross & Sammy Davis Jr)

-December 14, 1969 :  The Jackson 5 appear on The Ed Sullivan Show where they perform Stand, Who’s Loving You and I Want You Back. Diana Ross is in the audience and she takes credit for discovering them.

-Later, the group performs I Want You Back on the Joey Bishop Show.

-January 31, 1970 : The Jackson 5 perform I Want You Back on the Andy Williams Show.

-February 21, 1970 : The Jackson 5 perform I Want You Back, ABC and a medley of Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah/There Was A Time on American Bandstand hosted by Dick Clark.

-May 10, 1970 : The Jackson 5 perform I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save on the Ed Sullivan Show.

September 19, 1970 : The J5 perform The Love You Save, Shortnin Bread, Let It be & I’ll Be There at the Jim Nabors Show.

-January 31, 1971: The Jackson 5 return to Gary ( Indiana ) for the first time to play two benefits concerts for for Mayor Richard Hatcher’s re-election campaign at Westside High School and they receive the key to the city. A ceremony is held outside their former home at 2300 Jackson Street. The event is filmed for a TV Special.

-March 29, 1971 : The Jackson 5 are guests on The Stephanie Edwards Show where they chat and listen to their new single Never Can Say Goodbye.

-April 18, 1971 : The Jackson 5 appear with Diana Ross on her first solo TV Special. They perform Mama’s Pearl/Walk On/The Love You Save, ), I’ll Be There and Feelin’ Alright (with Diana) , It Was a Very Good Year (Spoof by Michael) a skit with Bill Cosby.

-November 4, 1971 : The Jackson 5 perform a medley of I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save, Never Can Say Goodbye + a skit on the Flip Wilson Show.

-March 1, 1972 : The Jackson 5 perform Sugar Daddy, Got To Be There & Brand New Thing (with Randy) at the Hellzapoppin’ TV Special.

-July 1, 1972 : Michael makes a solo appearance in a special American Bandstand show devoted to him. He performs Rockin Robin, Ben, I Wanna Be Where You Are and at the end he’s joined by the Jackson 5 to perform Lookin’ Through The Windows.

-September 15, 1972 : The Jackson 5 perform Lookin’ Through The Windows and Michael performs Ben at the Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour.

-October 26, 1972 : The Jackson 5 perform Ain’t Nothin’ Like The Real Thing and Jermaine performs That’s How Love Goes at the Flip Wilson Show.

-November 4, 1972 : In the US, Soul Train Show airs a Jackson Five special where they perform I Want You Back, Lookin’ Through The Windows & Corner Of The Sky. Jermaine performs That’s How Love Goes & Daddy’s Home.    Michael performs Ben

-November 5, 1972 :  In The UK he Royal Variety Performance featuring the J5 is aired on the BBC. The group sings I Want You back, ABC, Rockin Robin, We Thank You & The Love You Save.

-November 9, 1972 : The Jackson 5 perform Lookin’ Through The Windows & Rockin Robin an british TV show Top Of The Pops.

-March 27, 1973 : Michael performs Ben at the Academy Awards (the song is nominated as best song for a film)

-November 17, 1973 : The Jackson 5 are special guests at the Soul Train Show where they perform Get It Together,  Dancing Machine, You’re in Good Hands (by Jermaine), With A child’s Heart (by Michael) & Don’t Say Goodbye Again.

-January 5, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Get It Together & Dancing Machine at the Bob Hope Special.

-January 10, 1974 : One More Chance, a Jackson 5 TV Special is aired on CBS. The group performs Get It Together + a medley of I Want You Back/ABC/I’ll Be There/Ben/Daddy’s Home/Never Can Say Goodbye/The Love You Save and another medley Up a Lazy River/Opus One (with the Mills Brothers)

-January 30, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine at the Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour.

-March 11, 1974 : Michael sings When I Grow Up with Roberta Flack at the Free To Be… You and Me TV show.

-March 16, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine & This Old Man/ABC at the Carol Burnett Show. Janet makes her TV debut and performs with Randy a Sonny & Cher skit.

-April 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform It’s Too Late To Change the Time & Dancing Machine at the Mike Douglas Show.

-April 4, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Let It Be, Never Can Say Goodbye & Dancing Machine at the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.

-April 9, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform It’s Too Late To Change The Time & Dancing Machine at the Merv Griffin Show.

-April 10, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform I Want You Back/ABC at the Sandy in Disneyland TV special.

-August 19, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine & a medley of Killing Me Softly with his song/By The Time I Get To Phoenix/Danny Boy at the Tonight Show with Bill Cosby.

-September, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine at the Jerry Lewis Telethon.

-September 3, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine at the Merv Griffin Show. Janet & Randy perform their Vegas skit.

-September 22, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Life Of The Party at the Sonny Comedy Revue.

-October 19, 1974 : Michael performs Whatever You Got I Want, What You Don’t Know & If I Don’t Love You This Way at the Soul Train Show.

-November 15, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine & It’s Too Late To Change The Time at the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.

-March 16, 1975 : The Jackson 5 appear on the Cher TV show.They are introduced by Janet and they perform I Am Love + a skit called The World Is a Mess and finally Cher joins the group to perform a medley of I Want You Back/I’ll Be There/Never Can Say Goodbye/The Love You Save/Dancing Machine.

-June 16, 1975 : The Jackson 5 performs Moving Violation at the Dinah Show and Janet & Randy do their Sonny & Cher skit.

-June 28, 1975 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine, Moving Violation & Just A Little Bit Of You (by Michael) at American Bandstand.

-July 1975 : The Jackson 5 perform Forever Came Today & Body Language at the Carol Burnett Show without Jermaine!

-October 5, 1975 : The J5 perform Forever Came Today, All I Do Is Think Of You, One Day In Your Life, Just A Little Bit Of You & We’ve Got Forever at the Soul Train Show.

-February 16, 1976 : The Jacksons perform Forever Came Today at the Rich Little Show.

-June 16, 1976 : CBS airs the first episode of The Jacksons Variety Show. The show based on their Las Vegas set features The Jacksons + The Jackson Sisters (Rebbie, LaToya & Janet). Special guest star : Sonny Bono. Songs performed :”Forever Came Today”, “Love Will Keep Us Together”, “More Than You Know”/”Am I Blue?”/”For Once in My Life”/ “Try a Little Tenderness”, “Steppin’ Out with My Baby”, “Dancing Machine”.

-June 23, 1976 : CBS airs the 2nd episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star -: Mackenzie Phillips. Songs performed : “(You Were Made) Especially For Me”,
“Do The Fonz”, “A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Rock and Roll”/”Deep Purple”Convoy”, “Junkfood Junkie”, “Ben”, “Goin’ Back to Indiana”.

-June 30, 1976 : CBS airs the 3rd episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Ed McMahon. Songs performed :”Rockin’ Robin”, “Flat Foot Floogie”, “World of Sunshine”, “Save The Bones for Henry Jones”, “The Love You Save”.

-July 1976 : The Jacksons are guests on The Tonight Show where they give an interview and perform 2 songs.

-July 7, 1976 : CBS airs the 4th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Joey Bishop. Songs performed :”ABC” “Fever”, “I Got You Babe”,”Down by the Old Mill Stream”, “Never Can Say Goodbye”.

-September 1976 : The Jacksons perform “Good Times” “Enjoy Yourself,  “Think Happy” at “Nochevieja” (Spain)

-January 1977 : The Jacksons are guests on Mike Douglas show where they perform “Enjoy Yourself’, “Dreamer’ & “Show You The Way To Go”.

January 19, 1977 : CBS airs the 5th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Redd Foxx. Songs performed : Enjoy Yourself”, “They Can’t Take That Away from Me”/”Puttin’ on the Ritz”, “Blues Away”, “Bei Mir Bist Du Schön (Means You’re Grand)”, “Keep on Dancing”.

-January 26, 1977 : CBS airs the 6th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Carroll O’Connor. Songs performed :”Hum Along and Dance”,”Get Happy”/”I Got Rhythm”, “I Got You Babe”, “Coconut”,”I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart”/”Don’t Get Around Much Anymore”/”Caravan”/”Take the “A” Train”, “Show You the Way to Go”.

-January 31, 1977 : The Jacksons perform Good Times at The American Music Awards.

-February 2, 1977 : CBS airs the 7th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest stars : Dom DeLuise/George Miller/Muhammad Ali. Songs performed :”Moving Violation”,”On the Wall” “That’s the Way (I Like It)”, “Style of Life”, “Steppin’ Out”, “Hello, Dolly!”, “Life of the Party”.

-February 9, 1977 : CBS airs the 8th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Betty White. Songs performed :”Get It Together”, “On The Wall”, “Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy”, “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree”, “Dreamer”, “Opus No. 1”, “Just a Little Bit of You”.

-February 16, 1977 : CBS airs the 9th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest stars : Georgia Engel/David Letterman. Songs performed :”Sugar Daddy”, “On The Wall”,”Cisco Kid”/”I Shot the Sheriff”,”One”, “Ben”, “I Am Love”.

-February 23, 1977 : CBS airs the 10th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest stars : John Byner/Nicholas Brothers. Songs performed :”What You Don’t Know Won’t Hurt You”, “On the Wall”,”Midnight at the Oasis”,”Get Ready”,”Good Times” “I Can’t Quit Your Love”.

-March 2, 1977 : CBS airs the 11th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Lynda Carter. Songs performed”Think Happy”, “On The Wall”, “On the Good Ship Lollipop”, “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone”,”Thank God I’m a Country Boy”, “Living Together”, “I’ll Be There”.

-March 9, 1977 : CBS airs the 12th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest stars : Tim Conway/David Letterman. Songs performed :”Dancing Machine”, “On the Wall”, “Behind Closed Doors”, “Yes Sir, That’s My Baby”, “I’m Going To Jackson”, “Flat Foot Floogie”,”World of Sunshine”,”Body Language.

May 1977 : While in Europe , The Jacksons perform Keep On Dancing at Top à Joe Dassin in Paris. They also perform “Enjoy Yourself” &  “Show You The way To Go” at Top Of The Pops in London and “Enjoy Yourself”,  “Show You The Way To Go” , “Dreamer” & Keep On Dancing on Musikladen in Bremen.

-December 16, 1978 : The Jacksons perform Shake Your Body, Push Me Away & Things I Do For You at American Bandstand.

-February 3, 1979 : The Jacksons perform Shake Your Body, Things I Do For You & Push Me Away on Soul Train and give an interview. plus a Michael’s interview.

February 1979 :  While in London The Jacksons perform Shake Your Body & Destiny at Top Of The Pops. They also perform Shake Your Body, Things I Do For You & Destiny on Midnight Special. Jermaine joins them on stage for the last song.

While in Bremen they perform “Blame It On The Boogie” at Musikladen

-February 15, 1979 : The Jacksons perform Destiny, Shake Your Body & Blame It On The Boogie for an Abba Special.

This Is It 2009

This Is It

Set list (as of June 25, 2009)

Wanna Be Startin’ Somthin’
Jam
The Drill/They Don’t Care About Us
Human Nature
Smooth Criminal
The Way You Make Me Feel
J5 Medley : I Want You Back, The Love You Save, I’ll Be There
Off The Wall Medley : Rock With You, Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough, Shake Your Body
I Just Can’t Stop Loving You
Dangerous
Black or White
Dirty Diana
Beat It
Thriller/Threatened
Earth Song
We Are The World/Heal The World
Billie Jean
Man In The Mirror/MJ Air (Encore)
On Some Shows, Stranger In Moscow was set to replace Human Nature. The same thing was due to The Way You Make Me Feel and You Rock My World. Bad was rumored to be performed on select dates. Michael was slated to premiere a song called Best of Joy on the final concert.

Dates (all cancelled)

First Leg
July 13, 2009 London United Kingdom The O2 Arena
July 16, 2009
July 18, 2009
July 22, 2009
July 24, 2009
July 26, 2009
July 28, 2009
July 30, 2009
August 1, 2009
August 3, 2009
August 10, 2009
August 12, 2009
August 17, 2009
August 19, 2009
August 24, 2009
August 26, 2009
August 28, 2009
August 30, 2009
September 1, 2009
September 3, 2009
September 6, 2009
September 8, 2009
September 10, 2009
September 21, 2009
September 23, 2009
September 27, 2009
September 29, 2009
Second Leg
January 7, 2010 London United Kingdom The O2 Arena
January 9, 2010
January 12, 2010
January 14, 2010
January 16, 2010
January 18, 2010
January 23, 2010
January 25, 2010
January 27, 2010
January 29, 2010
February 1, 2010
February 3, 2010
February 8, 2010
February 10, 2010
February 12, 2010
February 16, 2010
February 18, 2010
February 20, 2010
February 22, 2010
February 24, 2010
March 1, 2010
March 3, 2010
March 6, 2010

Musicians
Michael Jackson – vocals, show direction, choreographer
Orianthi Panagaris – guitar
Tommy Organ – guitar
Alex Al – bass
Jonathan Moffett – drums
Michael Bearden – keyboards, musical director
Morris Pleasure – keyboards
Bashiri Johnson – percussion
Dorian Holley – vocals, vocal direction
Judith Hill – vocals
Darryl Phinnessee – vocals
Ken Stacey – vocals
Dancers
Michael Jackson
Daniel Yao
Nicholas Basir
Daniel Celebre (a.k.a. Da FunkyMystic)
Mekia Cox
Chris Grant (a.k.a. Kriyss Grant)
Misha Gabriel
Shannon Holtzapffel
Devin Jamieson
Charles Klapow
Ricardo Reid (aka Dres Reid)
Danielle Rueda Watts
Tyne Stecklein
Timor Steffens (a.k.a. Timor Dance)
Production and other personnel
Kenny Ortega – show direction
Alif Sankey – associate production
Michael Cotten – production design
Michael Curry – production design
Michael Jackson & Travis Payne – choreography
Stacy Walker – choreography assistance
Tony Testa – choreography assistance
Patrick Woodroffe – lighting design
David Elsewhere – dance coaching
Shahzad Perez – Specialty Act
Gregg Smith – casting direction
Karen Faye Heinze – hair and make-up
Zaldy Goco – chief of costume design
Michael Bush – costume design
Dennis Thompkins – costume design
AEG Live – promotion
Dave Polich – synth programming

Commercial release

None of the concerts ever happened.

Michael Jackson’s This Is It is a 2009 American documentary–concert film directed by Kenny Ortega that documents Michael Jackson’s rehearsals and preparation for his concert series of the same name that was originally scheduled to start on July 13, 2009, but was cancelled due to his death eighteen days prior on June 25. The film consists of Jackson rehearsing musical numbers, directing his team, and additional behind-the-scenes footage including dancer auditions and costume design. Ortega confirmed that none of the footage was originally intended for release, but after Jackson’s death it was agreed that the film be made. The footage was filmed in Los Angeles at the Staples Center and The Forum, and features a clip from O2 Arena where Jackson publicly announced the concert series.

Concert promoter AEG Live has faced criticism since the film’s confirmation, largely in the form of accusations that the film was made simply for profit. Multiple members of Jackson’s family refused to support the film, and some family members even attempted to stop the film agreement in August 2009. In the same month, however, a judge approved a deal between Jackson’s estate, AEG Live, and Columbia Pictures. The agreement allowed Columbia to edit the hundreds of hours of rehearsal footage needed to create the film. Columbia subsequently paid $60 million for the film rights.

Despite originally being set for October 30, the film’s release date was rescheduled for October 26, 2009 due to a strong demand by Jackson’s fans. The film was given a worldwide release and a limited two-week theatrical run from October 28 to November 10, 2009, but theatrical release was later extended. Tickets went on sale a month early (on September 27) to satisfy a high anticipated demand; the film broke numerous records via tickets both presale and sales worldwide.

This Is It was released on DVD and Blu-ray in North America on January 24, 2010 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

This Is It aired on TV and is available on Netflix.

 

Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration 2001

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Set list September 7, 2001

Samuel L. Jackson Introduction
Usher, Mýa & Whitney Houston “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
Marlon Brando Humanitarian Speech
Billy Gilman “Ben”
Shaggy Featuring Rayvon and Rikrok “Angel/It Wasn’t Me”
Monica, Al Jarreau, Jill Scott & Deborah Cox “Home”
“You Can’t Win” “Ease On Down The Road”

James Ingram & Gloria Estefan “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”
Marc Anthony “She’s Out Of My Life”
Monica, Tamia, Mýa, Deborah Cox & Rah Digga “Heal The World”
Liza Minnelli “You Are Not Alone”
“Never Never Land/Over The Rainbow”

Destiny’s Child “Bootylicious”
Ray Charles & Cassandra Wilson “Crying Time”
Elizabeth Taylor Introducing The Jacksons

The Jacksons “Can You Feel It”
“ABC” “The Love You Save”
“I’ll Be There”
“I Want You Back”

The Jacksons Featuring *NSYNC “Dancing Machine”
The Jacksons “Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)”
Michael Jackson & Britney Spears “The Way You Make Me Feel”
Chris Tucker Introducing Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “Billie Jean”
Michael Jackson  “Black or White”
“Beat It”
Michael Jackson “You Rock My World”
All Artists “We Are the World”
“You Rock My World (Reprise)”

Set list, September 10, 2001
Usher, Mýa & Deborah Cox “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
Dionne Warwick “I’ll Never Love This Way Again”
Lil’ Romeo & Master P “My Baby”
Gloria Gaynor “I Will Survive”
98 Degrees, Usher & Luther Vandross “Man In The Mirror”
Missy Elliott & Nelly Furtado “Get Ur Freak On”
Billy Gilman “Ben”
Liza Minnelli “You Are Not Alone”
“Never Never Land/Over The Rainbow”

Aaron Carter “I Want Candy”
Gladys Knight “I Heard It Though The Grapevine”
“Midnight Train To Georgia”

Monica, Tamia, Mýa, Deborah Cox & Rah Digga “Heal The World”
Elizabeth Taylor Introducing The Jacksons
The Jacksons “Can You Feel It”
“ABC” “The Love You Save”
“I’ll Be There”
“I Want You Back”
“Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)”

Michael Jackson “The Way You Make Me Feel”
Chris Tucker Introducing Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson “Billie Jean”
Michael Jackson  “Black or White”
“Beat It”
Michael Jackson Featuring Usher & Chris Tucker “You Rock My World”

Dates

September 7, 2001 New York City United States Madison Square Garden
September 10, 2001

Lead performer
Vocals, dance and choreographer: Michael Jackson
Additional performers
Vocals: Marlon Jackson
Band members
Musical director: Greg Phillinganes
Keyboards: Greg Phillinganes, Brad Buxer, Michael Boddicker, Michael Bearden, Randy Jackson
Drums: Jonathan Moffett
Percussion: Bashiri Johnson
Guitars: Slash, David Williams, Greg Moore, Tito Jackson
Bass: Alex Al, Thomas Barney, Jermaine Jackson
Music department
Music supervisor: Sam Harris
Arrangements: Greg Phillinganes, Joey Melotti, Jonathan Barrick
Music mixer: Brad Buxer, Michael Durham Prince, Jim Caruana, Thomas Cadley
Music recordist: Kooster McAllister
Vocal director: Sam Harris
Background Singers-Jason Paige, Michael McElroy, Shoshana Bean, Luther Creek, Melanie Daniels,

Commercial release

None of the concerts was released on CD/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

CBS broadcasted an edited version of Michael’s concerts at the Madison Square Garden on November 13, 2001. It can be seen on You Tube

Michael Jackson And Friends 1999

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Set list

Medley: “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” / “The Way You Make Me Feel” / “Scream” (contains an excerpt of “Jam”) / “Black or White” (contains excerpts of “Beat It” and “Thriller”) / “Billie Jean”
“Dangerous”
“Earth Song”
“You Are Not Alone”

Dates

June 25, 1999 Seoul South Korea Seoul Olympic Stadium
June 27, 1999 Munich Germany Olympiastadion

Commercial release

None of the concerts was released on CD/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

Both concerts aired on TV and are available on You Tube.

-June 25, 1999 Seoul South Korea Seoul Olympic Stadium

-June 27, 1999 Munich Germany Olympiastadion

History World Tour 1996-1997

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Associated album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I
Start date September 7, 1996
End date October 15, 1997
No. of shows 44 in Europe
19 in Asia
11 in Oceania
6 in Africa
2 in North America
82 played
Attendance 4.5 million
Box office US $165 million ($251.54 in 2017 dollars)

Set list 1996 Royal Brunei Concert on July 16, 1996

“Brace Yourself” Video Introduction
“Jam”
“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
“Human Nature”
“Smooth Criminal”
“I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” duet with Marva Hicks
“She’s Out of My Life”
The Jackson 5 Medley: “I Want You Back” / “The Love You Save” / “I’ll Be There”
“Thriller”
“Billie Jean”
“The Way You Make Me Feel”
“Black Panther” (Video Interlude)
“Beat It”
“You Are Not Alone”
“Dangerous”
“Black or White”
“Man In The Mirror”
“Earth Song” (Encore)

Set list 1996

“Gates of Kiev” Video introduction
Scream”

“They Don’t Care About Us”

“In the Closet”
“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
“Stranger in Moscow”
“Smooth Criminal”
“The Wind” Video interlude
“You Are Not Alone”
“The Way You Make Me Feel” 1
The Jackson 5 Medley: “I Want You Back” / “The Love You Save” / “I’ll Be There”
“Off the Wall” Medley: 1 “Rock with You” / “Off the Wall” / “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”
“Remember the Time Video montage interlude
“Billie Jean”
“Thriller”
“Beat It”
“Come Together”/”D.S.”
“Black Panther” Video interlude
“Dangerous”
“Black or White”
“Earth Song”
“We Are the World” Video interlude
“Heal the World”
“HIStory” (features an instrumental of They Don’t Care About Us” as curtain call)

1 performed on select dates only

Set list 1997

“Gates of Kiev” Video introduction
Scream”

“They Don’t Care About Us”

“In the Closet”
“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
“Stranger in Moscow”
“Smooth Criminal”
“The Wind” Video interlude
“You Are Not Alone”
“The Way You Make Me Feel” 1
The Jackson 5 Medley: “I Want You Back” / “The Love You Save” / “I’ll Be There”
“Off the Wall” Medley: 1 “Rock with You” / “Off the Wall” / “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”
“Remember the Time Video montage interlude
“Billie Jean”
“Thriller”
“Beat It”
“Blood on the Dance Floor”
“Black Panther” Video interlude
“Dangerous”
“Black or White”
“Earth Song”
“We Are the World” Video interlude
“Heal the World”
“HIStory” (features an instrumental of They Don’t Care About Us” as curtain call)

1 performed on select dates only

Tour dates

Royal Brunei Concert


July 16, 1996 Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei Jerudong Park
Leg 1 
September 7, 1996 Prague Czech Republic Letná Park
September 10, 1996 Budapest Hungary Népstadion
September 14, 1996 Bucharest Romania Lia Manoliu Stadium
September 17, 1996 Moscow Russia Dynamo Stadium
September 20, 1996 Warsaw Poland Bemowo Airport
September 24, 1996 Zaragoza Spain Estadio La Romareda
September 28, 1996 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena
September 30, 1996
October 2, 1996
October 7, 1996 Tunis Tunisia Stade El Menzah

October 11, 1996 Seoul South Korea Seoul Olympic Stadium
October 13, 1996
October 18, 1996 Taipei Taiwan Chungshan Soccer Stadium
October 20, 1996 Kaohsiung Chungcheng Stadium
October 22, 1996 Taipei Chungshan Soccer Stadium
October 25, 1996 Singapore National Stadium
October 27, 1996 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Stadium Merdeka
October 29, 1996
November 1, 1996 Mumbai India Andheri Sports Complex
November 5, 1996 Bangkok Thailand Muang Thong Thani City Center
November 9, 1996 Auckland New Zealand Ericsson Stadium
November 11, 1996
November 14, 1996 Sydney Australia Sydney Cricket Ground
November 16, 1996
November 19, 1996 Brisbane ANZ Stadium
November 22, 1996 Melbourne Melbourne Cricket Ground
November 24, 1996
November 26, 1996 Adelaide Adelaide Oval
November 30, 1996 Perth Burswood Dome
December 2, 1996
December 4, 1996
December 8, 1996 Manila Philippines Asia World City Concert Grounds
December 10, 1996
December 12, 1996 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome[3]
December 15, 1996
December 17, 1996
December 20, 1996
December 22, 1996
December 26, 1996 Fukuoka Fukuoka Dome
December 28, 1996
December 31, 1996 Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei Jerudong Park

January 3, 1997 Honolulu United States Aloha Stadium
January 4, 1997
Leg 2  Europe
May 31, 1997 Bremen Germany Weserstadion
June 3, 1997 Cologne Mungersdorfer Stadion
June 6, 1997 Bremen Weserstadion
June 8, 1997 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena
June 10, 1997
June 13, 1997 Kiel Germany Nordmarksportfield
June 15, 1997 Gelsenkirchen Parkstadion
June 18, 1997 Milan Italy San Siro
June 20, 1997 Lausanne Switzerland Stade olympique de la Pontaise
June 22, 1997 Bettembourg Luxembourg Krakelshaff
June 25, 1997 Lyon France Stade de Gerland
June 27, 1997 Paris Parc des Princes
June 29, 1997
July 2, 1997 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
July 4, 1997 Munich Germany Olympiastadion
July 6, 1997
July 9, 1997 Sheffield England Don Valley Stadium
July 12, 1997 London Wembley Stadium
July 15, 1997
July 17, 1997
July 19, 1997 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
July 25, 1997 Basel Switzerland St. Jakob Stadium
July 27, 1997 Nice France Stade Charles-Ehrmann
July 29, 1997 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
August 1, 1997 Berlin Germany Olympiastadion
August 3, 1997 Leipzig Festwiese
August 10, 1997 Hockenheim Germany Hockenheimring
August 14, 1997 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium
August 16, 1997 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi
August 19, 1997 Oslo Norway Valle Hovin
August 22, 1997 Tallinn Estonia Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
August 24, 1997 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Olympic Stadium
August 26, 1997
August 29, 1997 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium
September 3, 1997 Ostend Belgium Hippodrome Wellington
September 6, 1997 Valladolid Spain Estadio José Zorrilla
Leg 3 – Africa
October 4, 1997 Cape Town South Africa Green Point Stadium
October 6, 1997
October 10, 1997 Johannesburg Johannesburg Stadium
October 12, 1997
October 15, 1997 Durban Kings Park Stadium

Lead performer
Vocals, Dance, Choreographer: Michael Jackson

Dancers
1996 leg

LaVelle Smith, Travis Payne, Shawnette Heard, Damon Navandi, Courtney Miller, Anthony Talauega, Richmond Talauega, Lori Werner, Jason Yribar, Cris Judd (for a few concerts)

1997 leg

LaVelle Smith, Cris Judd, Anthony Talauega, Richmond Talauega, Stacy Walker, Faune Chambers
Band members
Musical Director: Brad Buxer
Assistant Musical Director: Kevin Dorsey
Keyboards: Isaiah Sanders, Brad Buxer
Drums: Jonathan Moffett
Guitars: Jennifer Batten, Greg Howe (1996 leg – replaced Jennifer Batten in Seoul and Tunis), David Williams
Bass: Freddie Washington
Vocal Director: Kevin Dorsey
Vocals: Kevin Dorsey, Dorian Holley, Marva Hicks (1996–1997 leg), Darryl Phinnessee (1996 leg), Fred White (1997 leg)
Credits
Executive Director: MJJ Productions
Artistic Director: Michael Jackson
Assistant Director: Peggy Holmes
Choreographed by: Michael Jackson & LaVelle Smith
Staged & Designed by: Kenny Ortega
Set Designed by: Michael Cotton & John McGraw
Lighting Designer: Peter Morse
Director of Security: Bill Bray
Costumes Designed by: Dennis Tompkins & Michael Bush
Hair & Make-up: Karen Faye
Stylist: Tommy Simms
Artist Manager: Tarak Ben Amar
Personal Management: Gallin Morey Associates

Commercial release

None of the concerts was officially released on CD/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

All concerts were professionally filmed by Nocturne Productions Inc., which filmed all of Jackson’s tours and private affairs.

Several concerts aired on TV and are availalable on You Tube. Here is a selection :

July 16, 1996 Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei Jerudong Park

-September 14, 1996 Bucharest Romania Lia Manoliu Stadium

-October 7, 1996 Tunis Tunisia Stade El Menzah

-October 11, 1996 Seoul South Korea Seoul Olympic Stadium

October 27, 1996 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Stadium Merdeka

-November 9, 1996 Auckland New Zealand Ericsson Stadium

-December 8, 1996 Manila Philippines Asia World City Concert Grounds

-December 31, 1996 Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei Jerudong Park

-July 4, 1997 Munich Germany Olympiastadion

-July 25, 1997 Basel Switzerland St. Jakob Stadium

-August 14, 1997 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium

-August 16, 1997 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi

-August 24, 1997 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Olympic Stadium

-October 10, 1997 Johannesburg Johannesburg Stadium

Dangerous World Tour 1992-1993

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Associated album Dangerous
Start date June 27, 1992
End date November 11, 1993

Set list 1992

Brace Yourself” (Introduction)
“Jam”
“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
“Human Nature”
“Smooth Criminal”
“I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” (duet with Siedah Garrett)
“She’s Out of My Life”
The Jackson 5 Medley: “I Want You Back” / “The Love You Save” / “I’ll Be There”
“Thriller”
“Billie Jean”
“Black or White Panther” (Video Interlude)
“Working Day and Night”
“Beat It”
“Someone Put Your Hand Out” (Instrumental Interlude)
“Will You Be There” 1
“The Way You Make Me Feel” 2
“Bad” (Played a half step below the original key)2
“Black or White”
“We Are the World” (Video Interlude)
“Heal the World”
“Man in the Mirror”/”Rocket Man” (Outro)

1 performed after “Bad” in Tokyo

2 performed only from Munich to Oslo; also performed on the first four shows in Tokyo

Set list 1993

“Brace Yourself” (Introduction)
“Jam”
“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”
“Human Nature”
“Smooth Criminal”
“I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” (duet with Siedah Garrett)
“She’s Out of My Life”
The Jackson 5 Medley: “I Want You Back” / “The Love You Save” / “I’ll Be There” (Not performed in Mexico City)
“Thriller”
“Billie Jean”
“Black or White Panther” (Video Interlude)
“Someone Put Your Hand Out” (Instrumental Interlude)
“Will You Be There”
“Dangerous”
“Black or White”
“We Are the World” (Video Interlude)
“Heal the World”
“Man in the Mirror”/”Rocket Man” (Performed On Selected Dates)

Tour dates

Leg 1 Europe


June 25, 1992 Munich Germany Olympiastadion (full dress rehearsal)[17][18]
June 27, 1992 Munich Germany Olympiastadion
June 30, 1992 Rotterdam Netherlands Feijenoord Stadium
July 1, 1992
July 4, 1992 Rome Italy Stadio Flaminio
July 6, 1992 Monza Stadio Brianteo
July 7, 1992
July 11, 1992 Cologne Germany Müngersdorfer Stadion
July 15, 1992 Oslo Norway Valle Hovin
July 17, 1992 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Olympic Stadium
July 18, 1992
July 20, 1992 Copenhagen Denmark Gentofte Stadion
July 22, 1992 Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival Grounds
July 25, 1992 Dublin Ireland Lansdowne Road
July 30, 1992 London England Wembley Stadium
July 31, 1992
August 1, 1992
August 5, 1992 Cardiff Wales Cardiff Arms Park
August 8, 1992 Bremen Germany Weserstadion
August 10, 1992 Hamburg Volksparkstadion
August 13, 1992 Hamelin Weserberglandstadion
August 16, 1992 Leeds England Roundhay Park
August 18, 1992 Glasgow Scotland Glasgow Green
August 20, 1992 London England Wembley Stadium
August 22, 1992
August 23, 1992
August 26, 1992 Vienna Austria Praterstadion
August 28, 1992 Frankfurt Germany Waldstadion
August 30, 1992 Ludwigshafen Südweststadion
September 2, 1992 Bayreuth Wild Stadion
September 4, 1992 Berlin Jahn Stadion
September 6, 1992 Gelsenkirchen Parkstadion
September 8, 1992 Lausanne Switzerland Stade olympique de la Pontaise
September 11, 1992 Basel St. Jakob Stadium
September 13, 1992 Paris France Hippodrome de Vincennes
September 16, 1992 Toulouse Stade de Toulouse
September 18, 1992 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
September 20, 1992 Oviedo Estadio Carlos Tartiere
September 22, 1992 Madrid Vicente Calderón Stadium
September 24, 1992 Sevilla Estadio Benito Villamarín
September 26, 1992 Lisbon Portugal Estádio José Alvalade
October 1, 1992 Bucharest Romania Lia Manoliu National Stadium

Leg 2 – Asia


December 12, 1992 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome
December 14, 1992
December 17, 1992
December 19, 1992
December 22, 1992
December 24, 1992
December 30, 1992
December 31, 1992


Leg 3 


August 24, 1993 Bangkok Thailand Suphachalasai Stadium
August 27, 1993
August 29, 1993 Singapore Singapore National Stadium
September 1, 1993
September 4, 1993 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Municipal Stadium
September 6, 1993
September 10, 1993 Fukuoka Japan Fukuoka Dome
September 11, 1993
September 15, 1993 Moscow Russia Luzhniki Stadium
September 19, 1993 Tel Aviv Israel Yarkon Park
September 21, 1993
September 23, 1993 Istanbul Turkey İnönü Stadium
September 26, 1993 Tenerife Spain Port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife


Leg 4 Latin America


October 8, 1993 Buenos Aires Argentina River Plate Stadium
October 10, 1993
October 12, 1993
October 15, 1993 São Paulo Brazil Estádio do Morumbi
October 17, 1993
October 23, 1993 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional
October 29, 1993 Mexico City Mexico Estadio Azteca
October 31, 1993
November 7, 1993
November 9, 1993
November 11, 1993
Lead performer
Lead vocals, dance and choreographer: Michael Jackson
Dancers
LaVelle Smith (choreographer), Jamie King, Evaldo Garcia, Randy Allaire (1992 leg), Travis Payne (1993 leg), Damon Navandi, Bruno “Taco” Falcon, Michelle Berube, Yuko Sumida
Band members
Musical director: Greg Phillinganes (1992), Brad Buxer (1993)
Assistant musical director: Kevin Dorsey
Keyboards/Synthesizers: Greg Phillinganes (1992), Brad Buxer, Isaiah Sanders (1993)
Drums: Ricky Lawson
Lead/rhythm guitar: Jennifer Batten (1992), Becky Barksdale (1993), David Williams
Bass guitar/Synth bass: Don Boyette
Vocal director: Kevin Dorsey
Background vocals: Kevin Dorsey, Dorian Holley, Siedah Garrett, Darryl Phinnessee

Commercial release

The concert in Bucharest on October 1, 1992 was officially released on DVD on July 25, 2005. The DVD was previously included with The Ultimate Collection box set in 2004.

None of the concerts was released on CD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

All concerts were professionally filmed by Nocturne Productions Inc., which filmed all of Jackson’s tours and private affairs.

During the 1992 European leg of the tour, MTV was given permission to film backstage reports, interview the cast and film live performance. The mini-show was hosted by Sonya Saul and had six, 15-minute mini-episodes of concerts in Munich, Werchter, Dublin, Hamburg, Cardiff, London, Leeds, Berlin, Oviedo and Madrid. Performances include Billie Jean, Black or White, Jam, Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’, and Will You Be There. You can watch it on You Tube

The concert in Bucharest on October 1, 1992, was filmed and broadcast on television all across the world Giving HBO the highest rating garnered in cable TV History, with an unedited version airing on the BBC.

The rehearsal tapes leaked on You Tube :

-Dangerous Tour Rehearsals | 16th May 1992 (2h50)

-Dangerous Tour Rehearsal August 16, 1993 (1h04)

-Dangerous Tour Rehearsal 1993 (Orange Shirt) (1h03)

Michael Jackson Dangerous Tour Dress Rehearsals 1993

Several professional tapes of full concerts leaked on You Tube over the years :

Live Dangerous World Tour Oslo 1992

-Dangerous World Tour – Bremen (1992)

Concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina 1993 – Dangerous World Tour