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Janet on stage : Janet era (1993-1995)
Janet World Tour
Start date November 24, 1993 End date April 22, 1995 Legs 7 No. of shows 81 in North America 9 in Asia 11 in Australia 22 in Europe 123 in total Box office $9,885,180 (in 12 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)
“If” “What Have You Done for Me Lately” / “Nasty” “Let’s Wait Awhile” “Come Back to Me”1 “Throb” “When I Think of You” / “Escapade” / “Miss You Much” “Love Will Never Do (Without You)” “Alright” “What’ll I Do” “Any Time, Any Place” “Where Are You Now”1 “Again” “And On and On”2 “Black Cat”4 “Rhythm Nation” “This Time” “That’s the Way Love Goes” “New Agenda”1 Encore “Because of Love” “You Want This”3 “Whoops Now”5 1 Only performed in a few early performances 2 Only performed in a few last dates of summer leg due to the song’s fame at the time, replacing “Black Cat” 3 Only performed on Australian leg and summer US leg 4 Not performed at open venues during summer US leg 5 Only performed on European leg
The band Musical Director/Keyboards: Rex Salas Drums: Jonathan Moffett, John Roberts Keyboards: Eric Daniels, Brian Simpson Percussion: Terry Santiel Guitar: David Barry Bass: Sam Sims Background vocals: Stacy Campbell, Romeo Johnson, and Lisa Taylor Dancers: Tina Landon (choreographer), Sean Cheesman, Cynthia Davila, Shawnette Heard, Omar Lopez, Tish Oliver, Jennifer Lopez (Portions), Kelly Konno, Nikki Pantenburg, Jossie Harris (Australian Leg of the Tour), Tam Jo, né Tamsier Joof (Europe Leg of the Tour, portions)
1st leg : North America
November 24, 1993 Cincinnati United States Riverfront Coliseum November 26, 1993 Toronto Canada SkyDome November 28, 1993 Landover United States USAir Arena November 29, 1993 December 1, 1993 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon December 2, 1993 Minneapolis Target Center December 4, 1993 Detroit Joe Louis Arena December 17, 1993 New York City Madison Square Garden December 18, 1993 December 22, 1993 December 23, 1993 December 28, 1993 Providence Providence Civic Center December 30, 1993 Hartford Hartford Civic Center December 31, 1993 New York City Madison Square Garden January 3, 1994 Richfield Township Richfield Coliseum January 5, 1994 Atlanta Omni Coliseum January 6, 1994 January 9, 1994 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum January 12, 1994 Birmingham BJCC Coliseum January 14, 1994 Richmond Richmond Coliseum January 16, 1994 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena January 18, 1994 Orlando Orlando Arena January 20, 1994 Miami Miami Arena January 22, 1994 St. Petersburg Suncoast Dome January 24, 1994 Albany Knickerbocker Arena January 30, 1994 Worcester The Centrum January 31, 1994 Philadelphia The Spectrum February 3, 1994 Indianapolis Market Square Arena February 4, 1994 Fairborn Nutter Center February 6, 1994 Peoria Carver Arena February 7, 1994 Milwaukee Bradley Center February 12, 1994 Tacoma Tacoma Dome February 16, 1994 San Jose San Jose Arena February 17, 1994 Sacramento ARCO Arena February 18, 1994 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena February 24, 1994 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
2nd leg : Japan
March 25, 1994 Sasebo Japan Huis Ten Bosch March 27, 1994 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall March 29, 1994 Tokyo Tokyo Dome March 30, 1994
3rd leg : North America
April 7, 1994 Inglewood United States Great Western Forum April 8, 1994 April 9, 1994 April 14, 1994 San Jose San Jose Arena April 16, 1994 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena April 20, 1994 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center April 22, 1994 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum April 23, 1994 Las Cruces Pan American Center April 24, 1994 Denver McNichols Sports Arena April 26, 1994 Salt Lake City Delta Center April 27, 1994 4th leg : North America: Amphitheatre June 10, 1994 Columbia United States Merriweather Post Pavilion June 11, 1994 June 13, 1994 Vaughan Canada Kingswood Music Theatre June 18, 1994 Mansfield United States Great Woods Center June 21, 1994 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center June 23, 1994 Burgettstown Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater June 24, 1994 Philadelphia The Spectrum June 26, 1994 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater June 27, 1994 June 30, 1994 Holmdel Township Garden State Arts Center July 3, 1994 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium July 5, 1994 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater July 6, 1994 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities July 8, 1994 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheater July 9, 1994 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre July 12, 1994 Hoffman Estates Poplar Creek Music Theater July 13, 1994 July 18, 1994 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre July 19, 1994 Richfield Township Coliseum at Richfield July 21, 1994 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center July 23, 1994 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center July 24, 1994 Columbus Polaris Amphitheater July 26, 1994 New York City Radio City Music Hall July 27, 1994 July 29, 1994 Raleigh Hardee’s Walnut Creek Amphitheatre July 31, 1994 Atlanta Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre August 1, 1994 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome August 2, 1994 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion August 3, 1994 Dallas Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre August 5, 1994 Greenwood Village Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre August 9, 1994 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre August 10, 1994 San Bernardino Blockbuster Pavilion August 12, 1994 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre August 14, 1994 George The Gorge Amphitheatre 5th leg : Australia February 6, 1995 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre February 7, 1995 February 10, 1995 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre February 11, 1995 February 12, 1995 February 15, 1995 February 17, 1995 Melbourne National Tennis Centre February 18, 1995 February 20, 1995 February 21, 1995 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre February 23, 1995 Perth Perth Entertainment Centre 7th leg : Asia February 27, 1995 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium February 28, 1995 March 3, 1995 Pasay Philippines Folk Arts Theater March 5, 1995 Bangkok Thailand Indoor Stadium Huamark March 6, 1995 8th leg : Europe March 8, 1995 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum March 9, 1995 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen March 11, 1995 Stockholm Sweden Globe Arena March 14, 1995 Berlin Germany Arena Berlin March 16, 1995 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle March 21, 1995 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy Sportpaleis March 22, 1995 March 25, 1995 Toulouse France Palais des Sports de Toulouse March 26, 1995 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi March 29, 1995 Marseille France Le Dôme de Marseille March 31, 1995 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion April 1, 1995 Munich Germany Olympiahalle April 4, 1995 Sheffield England Sheffield Arena April 7, 1995 Birmingham NEC Arena April 8, 1995 London London Docklands Arena April 10, 1995 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy April 11, 1995 Stuttgart Germany Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle April 13, 1995 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt April 15, 1995 Dortmund Westfalenhallen April 19, 1995 London England Wembley Arena April 20, 1995 April 22, 1995
TV PERFORMANCES AND AWARD SHOWS
January 11, 1992 : Janet is presented with the Chairman’s Award at 24th Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles.
March 10, 1992 : Janet is presented with the Sammy Davis Jr Heritage Award during the Sixth Annual Soul Train Music Awards at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
February 24, 1993 : Janet presents Michael with the Grammy Legend Award during the Grammy Awards live on TV.
March 10, 1993 : Janet attends the unveiling of Terry Lewis & Jimmy Jam’ star on the Hollywwood Walk Of Fame with Quincy Jones and Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
April 1993 : Janet goes to Europe with Rene & the Kids to promote the album and perform “That’s The Way Love Goes” in many TV shows including :
-Paris (France) : Les Années Tubes (aired on April 19), M6 Studios (aired on April 20), Studios des Buttes-Chaumont on Sacrée Soirée (aired on April 22).
-Olympiahalle, Innsbruck (Austria) : Wetten, dass..? aus Innsbruck aired on April 17.
-London (England) : Top Of The Pops aired on April 24.
September 2, 1993 : Janet performs “That’s The Way Love Goes” & “If” at the MTV Video Music Awards life from the Gibson Amphitheater in L.A.
November 24, 1993 : Janet kicks off the “Janet World Tour” at the Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati, Ohio. Early in her performance she asks her audience to bow their heads and say a silent prayer “for my brother Michael”. MTV interviews Janet and her team of dancers and musicians before the opening night of the tour. The interview airs a few days later along with the full performances of “If” and “Rhythm Nation”.
January 22, 1994 : Janet & Rene attend the 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards at Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills where “Again” is nominated for Best Song For A film.
February 19, 1994 : The whole Jackson family (except LaToya) is reunited at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas to rehearse & tape The Jackson Family Honors TV Special which is broadcasted a few days later around the world. Janet performs “Alright”.
March 21, 1994 : Janet & Rene attend the 66th Annual Academy Awards at Dorothy Chandler Pavillion in Los Angeles, where “Again” is nominated for Best Song For A Film. Janet performs the song live but she does not win.
May 14, 1994 : Janet performs “Throb” & “Anytime Anyplace” during the season finale of Saturday Night Live.
June 4, 1994 : Janet accepts two MTV Movie Awards for her part in “Poetic Justice” live from the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California.
September 8, 1994 : Janet attends the MTV Video Music Awards Ceremony at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City where she accepts an award for “If”.
January 16, 1995 : Janet is honored by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Award, during its CORE ‘Living The Dream’ Ambassadorial Reception Awards Dinner at the Sheraton Hotel in New York City.
March 16, 1995 : Janet performs “Whoops Now” on Wetten Dass in Germany (aired on March 18).
March 24, 1995 : Janet performs “Whoops Now” at Théâtre de l’Empire in Paris, France for French TV Show on TF1.
April 1995 : While in London, Janet performs “Whoops Now” on Top Of The Pops.
While in Paris Janet is a guest on French Tv show “Nulles Part Ailleurs”.
May 12, 1995 : Janet & Rene attend the Eighth Annual Essence Awards at Paramount Theatre, Madison Square Garden in New York City where Janet is presented with an award.
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Janet Jackson's The Janet Tour 1993 tv special is a behind the scenes look at the opening of one of the most Brilliant live tours of this century. Bill Bellamy and John Noris host a one hour... Read all Janet Jackson's The Janet Tour 1993 tv special is a behind the scenes look at the opening of one of the most Brilliant live tours of this century. Bill Bellamy and John Noris host a one hour long special on the opening night of the tour. They interview fans from the crowd as well... Read all Janet Jackson's The Janet Tour 1993 tv special is a behind the scenes look at the opening of one of the most Brilliant live tours of this century. Bill Bellamy and John Noris host a one hour long special on the opening night of the tour. They interview fans from the crowd as well as talk to some of the band members. After that janet gives us all access to the song if.... Read all
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The Janet World Tour (stylized as janet. World Tour) is Janet Jackson's second concert tour.
It was launched in support of Janet's album " Janet. " The tour lasted from November 24, 1993 from April 22, 1995.
She performed 81 shows in North America, 23 shows in Europe, 11 shows in Australia and 9 shows in Asia.
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