We’re Together Again With Janet Jackson’s Manila Concert This 2024!
Our favorite coffee date singer, Janet Jackson, will be performing in 2024!
Janet Jackson’s songs have always graced the airwaves of coffee shops and now, she’s going to do so live in Araneta Coliseum this coming March 13, 2024! LiveNation announced that the pre-sale of Janet Jackson’s concert tickets will be available on November 24, 2023, with the general sale happening the day after on November 25, 2023. This isn’t her first time performing in the Philippines, however. The pop singer performed in February 2011 at the PICC Plenary Hall for her Number Ones: Up Close and Personal concert.
What to expect from her concert
She announced the good news via her Instagram, posting also other Asian cities such as Nagoya, Yokohama, and Osaka with Honolulu, Hawaii being the only one on her tour list from the west.
The Damita Jo singer will also be inviting another 90s hit pop girl group: TLC, famous for singing their songs No Scrubs and Waterfalls. We’re hoping that they do some exclusive collaborations with their hit songs!
According to USA Today, some of the songs Janet Jackson performed for her Together Again concert included: Damita Jo, Together Again (DJ Premier Remix), Scream, Rhythm Nation, and several other songs which she turned into a medley such as Come Back to Me / Let’s Wait Awhile. Assuming that she follows the same set list, the concert will have around 34 songs.
It’s good times we’ll share again!
Janet Jackson’s music always filled us with happy but soothing vibes that made us groove no matter what we were feeling. Especially when we’re just at home, sipping a latté, her songs would just transform the living room or the dining room into a groovy café. It’s definitely going to be a nostalgia trip with the 57-year-old singer coming to Manila! Time to break out our dance shoes; Janet Jackson’s concert will be the dance party of a lifetime.
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