By popular demand, Janet Jackson revealed that she’ll be returning to a North American stage near you in 2024. On Tuesday (Jan. 16), she announced an extension of 2023’s “Together Again Tour,” which kicks off in June and will see the R&B icon performing in more than 30 cities until the end of July. Adding to the fun is Nelly, who was tapped as Jackson’s supporting act.

During the first leg, the Gary, IN talent hit up several venues within the United States and Canada alongside Ludacris. Others, including Lil’ Kim, Jermaine Dupri, and Busta Rhymes, made surprise appearances throughout that run. As REVOLT previously reported, Jackson promised that the initial leg with Luda would be accompanied by new music. While nothing materialized, it’s hopeful that fans will receive a new tune from her before 2024 comes to an end.

It’s been nine years since Jackson liberated her 11th studio LP, Unbreakable, a 17-song effort with assists from J. Cole and Missy Elliott. The project became her seventh No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Since then, fans have been treated to one single, 2018’s “Made For Now,” which featured Daddy Yankee and spawned remixes with producers like Benny Benassi, Eric Kupper, Ryan Skyy, and more.

Check out Janet Jackson’s “Together Again Tour” schedule with Nelly.

“Together Again Tour” dates:

June 6: Chula Vista, CA — North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

June 8: Los Angeles, CA — The Kia Forum

June 9: Anaheim, CA — Honda Center

June 11: Sacramento, CA — Golden 1 Center

June 12: San Francisco, CA — Chase Center

June 14: Salt Lake City, UT — USANA Amphitheatre

June 16: Denver, CO — Ball Arena

June 18: Saint Paul, MN — Xcel Energy Center

June 19: Chicago, IL — United Center

June 21: St. Louis, MO — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

June 22: Cincinnati, OH — Riverbend Music Center

June 23: Indianapolis, IN — Gainbridge Fieldhouse

June 25: Cleveland, OH — Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

June 26: Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center

June 28: Boston, MA — TD Garden

June 29: Hartford, CT — The XFINITY Theatre

July 2: Detroit, MI — Pine Knob Music Theatre

July 3: Toronto, ON — Scotiabank Arena

July 5: Buffalo, NY — Darien Lake Amphitheater

July 6: Hershey, PA — Hersheypark Stadium

July 9: Newark, NJ — Prudential Center

July 10: Brooklyn, NY — Barclays Center

July 12: Washington, DC — Capital One Arena

July 13: Baltimore, MD — CFG Bank Arena

July 14: Charlotte, NC — PNC Music Pavilion

July 16: Tampa, FL — MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

July 18: West Palm Beach, FL — iThink Financial Amphitheatre

July 20: Orlando, FL — Kia Center

July 21: Atlanta, GA — State Farm Arena

July 23: New Orleans, LA — Smoothie King Center

July 25: Fort Worth, TX — Dickies Arena

July 26: Oklahoma City, OK — Paycom Center

July 27: Austin, TX — Moody Center

July 30: Phoenix, AZ — Footprint Center