Janet Jackson has deep ties to Minnesota, and she will return to the state for another stop on her 'Together Again Tour' in 2024.

Janet made her first stop on the 'Together Again Tour' at the Xcel Energy Center on May 30th of 2023 with Ludacris, if you missed that show or want to see her again, you can be "together again" with Janet on June 18th, 2024, again at the Xcel Energy Center, this time Nelly will join her.

2024 marks Janet's 50th anniversary in entertainment, and tickets for the upcoming concert go on presale today (January 17th) with general on sale beginning Friday, January 19th at 10 AM through Ticketmaster.

Live Nation is also offering VIP packages, including a meet & greet package that includes a premium ticket in the first three rows, an individual meet & greet and photo opportunity with Janet. You'll also get access to a pre-show lounge with amenities and some other bonuses. You can get more details about the VIP packages here.

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Janet didn't hold back on the hits at her 2023 stop in St. Paul, her show was broken into 4 acts plus an encore, in which she jammed 40 different songs into the set, many of those were part of montages and remixes, but she is delivering the songs that fans want to hear on this tour.

According to a press release about the new concert, her 2023 run of the 'Together Again' was her "highest selling trek of her career, which featured 36 sold out shows and received rave reviews from fans and press."

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