Janet Jackson adds dates to summer residency in Vegas

The show entitled ‘Metamorphosis’ gives fans an intimate look at her life through music.

The metamorphosis of Janet Jackson is a study of constant evolution. From the moment she strutted out on stage to sing with her brother, she had us wrapped around her little finger.  

She grew up in the spotlight. Landing acting gigs on hit shows like ‘Good Times’,  ‘Different Strokes’ and ‘Fame’. Janet has mastered the unique ability of reinventing herself in a way that keeps her fresh and innovative without losing the magical parts of herself that make her so endearing to fans of multiple generations. 

It should come as no surprise that icon is evolving yet again. On the heels of the announcement of her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame  this spring, Janet Jackson landed a coveted Vegas residency. 

Janet Jackson kicks off her 18 date musical extravaganza on May 17, 2019 the day after her birthday. The show is the perfect way for Jackson to celebrate her birthday and the anniversary of one her iconic albums. The ‘Metamorphosis’ residency at the Park MGM Grand, celebrates the 30th anniversary of Rhythm Nation. 

She sent a message to her fans via Instagram about the upcomong show. The pop icon wanted everyone to know the fans who make it to Vegas are in for a treat. 

Janet Jackson Celebrates 30 years of Rhythm Nation 1814

Janet Jackson released her 4th studio album entitled Rhythm Nation 1814 on September 19, 1989. The album produced 8 singles. Hits on the album help to seal Janet’s legacy and push her out of her brothers’ shadows for good. Those hits included: Miss You Much, Rhythm Nation, Escapade, Alright, Come Back to Me, Love Will Never Do Without You, and Black Cat.

From the soulful strings of Come Back to Me to the pounding rock rhythms of Black Cat Rhythm Nation still has the power to captivate fans and new listeners alike.

Tickets for Jackson’s stint in Vegas are on sale now at Ticketmaster. Vip meet and greet packages to meet the icon during the Metamorphosis show are also available for super fans wanting to meet their favorite performer.

Who’s ready for a road trip to Vegas to see Janet on the Vegas strip? Tickets start at $79. Janet Jackson ‘Metamorphosis ‘residency dates:

May: 17, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26

July: 24, 26, 27, 31

August: 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 14, 16, & 17 new dates

**Updated 5/13/2019

Due to high demand, Metamorphosis is sticking around Las Vegas a little longer. Recent Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Janet Jackson announced three additional dates to her Vegas residency at the Park MGM Grand. Tickets for the shows go on sale Friday May 17, at 10 PST.

Let us know in the comments below if you’re celebrating the anniversary of Rhythm Nation with Janet in Vegas this summer.

Bruno Mars, Aerosmith and Academy Award winners Lady Gaga and Cher also have dates at the Park MGM Grand this summer. Check the hotel’s website for more information about times and dates for any of the upcoming shows.

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