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It seems like every artist is heading out on the road this Spring and Summer. One thing is for sure, rhythm and blues Is bringing the heat and taking all of our money! Here are the top shows that we can’t wait to see.

Jodeci, SWV and Dru Hill
The block is hot at the SUMMER BLOCK PARTY tour which features New Jack Swing kings JoDeCi and New Jill Swing queens, SWV. Both groups have been heating up stages across the globe with their nostalgic setlists that take you from the club to the bedroom. Kicking off in June 2023, Dru Hill will be joining for select dates in celebration of their 25th Anniversary. Caution: dress lightly because you are going to SWEAT!
Find out when the Block Party is coming to your town.

Janet Jackson
After pandemic postponements, fans can finally get back together again with Miss Jackson, if ya nasty! The Queen of Pop has officially kicked off her 30-city tour with a little help from opening act, Ludacris. With a pulse-pumping choreography and a setlist that chronicles her 40-year career, Damita Jo is performing songs she’s never done live which should makes the most seasoned JanFan so excited.
View Janet Jackson’s tour stops here.


Anita Baker & Babyface
The Songstress had us caught up in the rapture when she announced that she was coming out of retirement to not only perform but to also go on a national tour! In celebration of gaining ownership of her masters (thanks to Chance The Rapper), Anita Baker is bringing her catalog of sultry and sincere serenades to 15 cities; her first time touring since 1995. To make the moment event sweeter, she is joined by the tender lover Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds for a night of romance that will surely never be forgotten.
See when Anita is coming to your city.


Tony! Toni! Toné!

It must finally by raining in Southern California because the Just Me and You tour is one of the most coveted tickets in town. We aren’t the only ones who have our notifications ON for the announcement of dates when Raphael Saadiq, D’wayne Wiggins and Timothy Christian Riley will head out on tour for the first time in 19 years. Before pursuing separate projects, the group would go on to release four albums: Who? (1988) The Revival (1990), Sons Of Soul (1993) and House Of Music.
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