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Janet on stage : Rhythm Nation era (1989-1991)

CONCERTS

Rhythm Nation Tour Start date February 27, 1990 End date November 16, 1990 Legs 5 No. of shows 15 in Asia 20 in Europe 96 in North America 131 in total Box office $54,514,000 (in 90 shows within the USA, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

Set list “Control” “Nasty” “What Have You Done for Me Lately” “Let’s Wait Awhile” “When I Think of You” “The Pleasure Principle” “T.V.” (interlude) “State of the World” “Race” (interlude) “The Knowledge” “Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun)” (instrumental interlude) “Black Cat” “Come Back to Me” “Alright” “Escapade” “Miss You Much” “Pledge” (interlude) “Rhythm Nation”

Rehearsals

Rehearsals for the Rhythm Nation Tour were held in Los Angeles in January 1990. While rehearsing in L.A , Janet got a surprise visit from comedian Arsenio Hall who was recording his TV Show in another studio and she agreed to do the Miss You Much chair routine for his audience!

Janet then rehearsed in Pensacola, Florida for two weeks before the tour kickoff. She surprised the people of Pensacola with a concert that was announced only one day ahead of time. The $10 tickets, limited to a four per person, didn’t go on sale until the morning of the concert. All 7,600 tickets were sold within three hours. Another 1,000 tickets were given to local charities.

Tour Dates

1st Leg : North America

February 27, 1990 Pensacola United States Pensacola Civic Center 8,600 / 8,600 $76,000 March 1, 1990 Miami Miami Arena 15,082 / 15,082 $297,870 March 3, 1990 Chapel Hill Dean Smith Center 17,095 / 17,095 $321,653 March 4, 1990 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum 20,834 / 20,834 $398,892 March 6, 1990 Columbia Carolina Coliseum March 7, 1990 Knoxville Thompson-Boling Arena 15,449 / 15,449 $285,554 March 9, 1990 Louisville Freedom Hall 17,639 / 17,639 $332,787 March 10, 1990 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum 15,312 / 15,312 $283,272 March 12, 1990 Richfield Richfield Coliseum 16,990 / 16,990 $314,315 March 13, 1990 Pittsburgh Civic Arena 15,825 / 15,825 $287,906 March 15, 1990 New York City Madison Square Garden 35,741 / 35,741 $1,053,548 March 16, 1990 March 19, 1990 Montreal Canada Montreal Forum 13,000 / 13,000 $281,888 March 20, 1990 Toronto Skydome 22,625 / 22,625 $476,627 March 22, 1990 Landover United States Capital Centre 34,581 / 34,581 $765,112 March 23, 1990 Hartford Hartford Civic Center March 26, 1990 Worcester Centrum in Worcester 27,600 / 27,600 $600,458 March 27, 1990 March 29, 1990 Landover Capital Centre [a] [a] March 31, 1990 Hampton Hampton Coliseum April 2, 1990 Detroit Joe Louis Arena 35,645 / 35,645 $702,460 April 3, 1990 April 5, 1990 Bloomington Met Center April 6, 1990 April 9, 1990 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon 15,703 / 15,703 $347,063 April 11, 1990 Kansas City Kemper Arena 14,516 / 14,516 $283,062 April 13, 1990 Fort Worth TCCC Arena 13,233 / 13,233 $258,043 April 15, 1990 Houston The Summit 27,082 / 30,000 $506,903 April 16, 1990 April 18, 1990 Tempe ASU Activity Center April 20, 1990 Inglewood Great Western Forum 57,600 / 57,600 $1,196,448 April 21, 1990 April 23, 1990 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena 13,283 / 13,283 $264,233 April 25, 1990 Inglewood Great Western Forum [b] [b] April 26, 1990 April 28, 1990 Oakland Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena 58,002 / 58,002 $1,363,047 April 29, 1990 May 1, 1990 May 2, 1990 May 4, 1990 Sacramento ARCO Arena 29,942 / 29,942 $703,637 May 5, 1990

2nd leg : Japan

May 17, 1990 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome May 18, 1990 May 20, 1990 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall May 21, 1990 May 23, 1990 Yokohama Yokohama Arena

3rd leg : North America

June 6, 1990 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome 39,287 / 47,370 $893,779 June 7, 1990 June 9, 1990 Vancouver Canada BC Place June 11, 1990 Edmonton Northlands Coliseum June 12, 1990 Calgary Olympic Saddledome 14,531 / 16,507 $317,334 June 15, 1990 Denver United States McNichols Sports Arena June 16, 1990 June 18, 1990 Salt Lake City Salt Palace June 20, 1990 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre 34,698 / 40,000 $730,905 June 21, 1990 June 23, 1990 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre June 24, 1990 June 26, 1990 Inglewood Great Western Forum 42,848 / 42,848 $892,188 June 27, 1990 June 29, 1990 July 2, 1990 Dallas Reunion Arena July 3, 1990 Oklahoma City Myriad Convention Center Arena July 5, 1990 Austin Frank Erwin Center 24,974 / 26,508 $484,477 July 6, 1990 July 8, 1990 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome July 10, 1990 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum 10,488 / 10,488 $235,980 July 12, 1990 Miami Miami Arena 10,031 / 11,500 $225,698 July 13, 1990 Orlando Orlando Arena 12,842 / 12,842 $288,945 July 14, 1990 St. Petersburg Florida Suncoast Dome 18,833 / 18,833 $419,647 July 16, 1990 Atlanta Omni Coliseum 51,712 / 51,712 $1,034,240 July 17, 1990 July 19, 1990 July 20, 1990 July 22, 1990 Birmingham BJCC Coliseum 13,354 / 13,354 $287,111 July 24, 1990 Indianapolis Market Square Arena 12,962 / 12,962 $256,000 July 25, 1990 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center July 27, 1990 Milwaukee Bradley Center 15,491 / 15,884 $298,860 July 29, 1990 Tinley Park World Music Theatre July 30, 1990 August 1, 1990August 10, 1990 Landover Capital Centre 44,812 / 44,812 $1,019,473 August 11, 1990 August 13, 1990 August 14, 1990 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum August 16, 1990 Philadelphia The Spectrum August 17, 1990 August 19, 1990 August 21, 1990 Ottawa Canada Lansdowne Park 8,013 / 12,000 $188,044 August 22, 1990 Auburn Hills United States The Palace of Auburn Hills 32,832 / 32,832 $746,928 August 23, 1990 August 25, 1990 Albany Knickerbocker Arena 13,200 / 13,200 $254,623 August 27, 1990 Providence Providence Civic Center 10,709 / 11,805 $243,630 August 28, 1990 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum 12,827 / 15,029 $291,814 August 30, 1990 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena 15,686 / 15,686 $317,168

4th leg : Europe

October 4, 1990 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Sportpaleis October 5, 1990 October 6, 1990 October 8, 1990 Berlin Germany Werner-Seelenbinder-Halle October 12, 1990 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena October 14, 1990 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy October 15, 1990 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion October 16, 1990 Munich Germany Olympiahalle October 18, 1990 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt October 24, 1990 Eissporthalle Frankfurt October 26, 1990 Birmingham England NEC Arena October 27, 1990 National Exhibition Centre October 28, 1990 London Wembley Arena

5th leg : Japan

November 3, 1990 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall November 4, 1990 November 6, 1990 Tokyo Tokyo Dome November 7, 1990 November 9, 1990 Hong Kong[26] Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum November 10, 1990 November 11, 1990 November 14, 1990 Nagoya Japan Nagoya Rainbow Hall November 15, 1990 November 16, 1990 Yokohama Yokohama Arena

Tour personal

Management – Roger Davies Management, Inc. Tour Manager – Rusty Hooker Assistant Tour Manager – Nelson Hayes Production Manager – Benny Collins Assistant Production Manager – Lisa Hoth Stage Manager – Chris Tervit FOH Sound Engineer – Chris Taylor Monitor Engineer – Randy Weitzel Musical Director – Chuckii Booker Lighting/Design – Roy Bennett Automated Lighting- Gary Westcott Drum Technician – Tom Wilson Tour Photography – Eddie Wolfl

Dancers – “The Nation” Choreography Janet Jackson, Anthony Thomas, Terry Bixler, LaVelle Smith

Staging Janet Jackson, Tina Landon, LaVelle Smith, Terry Bixler, Anthony Thomas

TV PERFORMANCES AND AWARD SHOWS

September 14, 1989 :J anet gives a press conference to announce the album & the short film. Later that day, Janet attends the album party with many friends and family members (Quincy Jones, Jackie & Marlon, Jackson, Donny Osmond, Terry Lewis, Jimmy Jam, Rob Lowe etc.).

November 1989 : Janet, Rene & the Kids (the dancers) go on a promotional tour in Europe.

-London (England) : They perform “Rhythm Nation” and “Miss You Much” on Top Of The Pops (aired on November 9) and Miss You Much & Rhythm Nation on TV PLUS, The Royal Variety Performance (aired on November 20) & Big England Cafe (aired on November 19).

-Paris (France) : They perform “Miss You Much” at Studios des Buttes-Chaumont on Sacrée Soirée TV show on TF1 (aired on November 22).

-Berlin (Germany) : They perform “Miss You Much” on ZDF and “Rhythm Nation” on TV Puls (aired on November 16).

-Madrid (Spain) : They perform “Miss You Much” & “Rhythm Nation” at TVE Studios and “Rhythm Nation” at Rockopop.

-Westfalenhalle, Dortmund (Germany) : They perform “Miss You Much” & “Rhythm Nation” at Peter’s Pop Show (aired on November 17).

-Merksem, Antwerp (Belgium) : They perform “Miss You Much” & “Rhythm Nation” at the Diamond Awards (aired on November 17).

December 8, 1989 : Janet attends the presentation of platinum records for her album “Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814” and two singles “Miss You Much” and “Rhythm Nation” at A&M Records in Hollywood, California

January, 1990 : While rehearsing for her first tour in a studio of Los Angeles , Janet gets a surprise visit from comedian Arsenio Hall who is recording his TV Show in another studio and she accepts to do the Miss You Much chair routine for his audience!

January 22, 1990 : Janet attends the American Music Awards where she performs “Escapade” and wins 2 awards.

March 14, 1990 : Janet wins 3 Soul Train Music Awards but does not attend the ceremony held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles because she is on tour in NYC.

April 20, 1990 : Janet attends the unveiling of her Star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame with Rene, Katherine, Joe & Rebbie among others.

June 1990 : Janet gives an interview to Mark Joseph on The Bully! Pulpit Show.

September 6, 1990 : Janet is presented the Video Vanguard Award for her contributions and influence within music and popular culture. She also performs “Black Cat”.

November 26, 1990 : Janet attends the Billboard Awards ceremony at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. She wins an unprecedented 9 awards!

December 9, 1990 : Janet attends the NAACP Image Awards where she wins an award and presents one to Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.

March 16 1991, : Janet is presented with the Humanitarian Of The Year Award by the Starlight Foundation at the 20/20 Club in Beverly Hills, California.

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