Janet Jackson has just announced she’ll begin e Las Vegas residency this summer.
Janet Jackson is the youngest sibling from one of the most famous families in the entertainment world – the Jackson family. Today, she is also one of the best-selling artists in contemporary history. Some of her most acclaimed work included:
- ‘Janet Jackson‘ – her debut album, launched in 1982, with the guidance and support of her brother Michael;
- ‘Control’ – released in 1986, this was Janet’s first major success, selling over 8 million copies;
- ‘Rythm Nation’ – her second album containing a number of hit singles like “Miss You Much,” “Escapade,” “Black Cat” and “Love Will Never Do (Without You)”;
- ‘Janet’ – her fifth album, launched in the summer of 1993, signed with Virgin Records was at the time a record-breaking contract at $32 million;
- ‘The Velvet Rope’ – Jackson’s sixth full-length studio release brought a lot of buzz due to lyrics containing topics of online alienation, open sexuality, childhood pain, loss and depression;
- ‘All For You’ – her last record-breaking album, also signed with Virgin in an $80 million contract;
Janet Jackson new residency in Las Vegas for 2019
After being away from the spotlight for a few years now, Janet Jackson has announced a residency in Las Vegas. The iconic performer will be playing at the Park MGM resort this summer.
Beginning on May 15, Jackson is set to perform in 15 different dates. Early sales start today (February 27) for her fan club and CityBank cardholders, while the remaining sales will start on March 2. Tickets will be available here.
The residency is called Metamorphosis and will feature a “special 30-year anniversary celebration of her ground-breaking album Rhythm Nation,”
Janet Jackson is hence joining a remarkable group of artist to hold a residency in Las Vegas. Some of these names include Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Celine Dion and The Backstreet Boys.
Undoubtedly, it will be a show not to miss for those fortunate enough to be able to go. Will you be amongst this lucky group?