Janet Jackson’s ‘Unbreakable’ Tour Storms Dubai World Cup

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Janet Jackson performs on stage during her “Unbreakable” World Tour
concert at AmericanAirlines Arena on Sept. 20, 2015 in Miami, Florida.

Unbreakable
World Tour by Janet Jackson is coming to the Dubai World Cup on March 26. The
news was announced by the via her Twitter account.
“I am
excited to perform for the global audience at this year’s Dubai World Cup,”
Jackson states in the announcement. “The entire Unbreakable Company is looking
forward to traveling with me to Dubai and being part of one of the world’s most
prestigious events.”
Four days
later, the multiple Grammy Award winner will launch the European leg of the
Unbreakable World Tour on March 30 in Birmingham, U.K.
Jackson
teased the Dubai announcement on Twitter earlier on Monday afternoon.
The teaser,
accompanied by a black and white photo of the singer’s partially obscured face,
was set to an audio stream of “The Great Forever,” a track from her Unbreakable
album.
In a video
posted to her Twitter account early last month — prefaced by lyrics from “The
Great Forever” — Jackson denounced rumors that she was suffering from throat
cancer. The rumors began circulating in December when she postponed her ongoing
Unbreakable World Tour until the spring to undergo surgery. The tour had been
slated to resume on Jan. 9 at Denver’s Pepsi Center following a number of
previous cancelations. A week later, Jackson confirmed that the postponed dates
had been rescheduled.
Jackson will
return stateside with the Unbreakable tour on May 14 in Las Vegas. The tour,
her first since 2011, will wrap Aug. 28 in Cleveland. With the chart-topping
Unbreakable, Jackson became the third act to earn No. 1 albums in each of the
last four decades.

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