Janet Jackson is making a stop in the Twin Cities this fall as part of her Unbreakable world tour.
The 49-year-old star will play at the Target Center in Minneapolis on Nov. 1 as part of her tour that kicks off Aug. 31 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
This spring, Jackson announced she would be recording a new album for the first time in seven years and would also embark on a world tour, Rolling Stone said. Her last album – "Discipline" – was released in 2008, and she last toured in 2011.
Her new album is due out this fall.
The Grammy Award-winning artist is one of the most-decorated acts in Hot 100 history, Billboard reports, with 10 No. 1 singles and 27 top 10s.
In addition to her tour and new album, Jackson is launching her own record label, Rhythm Nation, becoming the second African American female recording artist to form her own label, ET says.
Tickets for her Minneapolis show – which range in price from $29.50-$125 – go on sale Monday June 22 at 10 a.m. There is also an American Express presale that begins Monday June 15 at 10 a.m. (Click here for more info on how to buy tickets.)