WHO IS SHE: Actress, singer and youngest child of the legendary Jackson family, Janet Jackson blew up the charts in 1986 with the release of her third album “Control.” The album sold over 10 million albums worldwide and contained some of her biggest hits, such as “What Have You Done For Me Lately,” “Nasty,” “When I Think of You,” “Control” and “Let’s Wait Awhile.” In 1989 Jackson released the even more successful “Rhythm Nation 1814,” another No. 1 album that included the hits “Miss You Much,” “Rhythm Nation,” “Escapade,” “Alright,” “Black Cat,” Love Will Never Do (Without You)” and “Come Back to Me.” The chart-topping album “janet.” followed in 1993, selling 14 million albums and including hits “That’s The Way Love Goes,” “Again,” “If” and “Any Time, Any Place.”

WHAT TO EXPECT: After taking some time off to enjoy motherhood with the birth of her first child, pop icon Janet Jackson returns to the stage with her State of the World Tour. Friday’s show at Boardwalk Hall will include all of Jackson’s numerous hit singles as well as songs from her 2015 album “Unbreakable” as well as some new material. State of the art production and choreography along with Jackson’s natural charisma will make for a night to remember.

WHAT’S NEW: Jackson’s current tour is a continuation of her “Unbreakable” tour which was cut short due to the singer’s pregnancy.

SHOW INFO: Tickets are $49.95, $69.95, $89.95 and $135.95.

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Freelance reporter for At The Shore/Atlantic City Insiders from 2011-2015; Editor in Chief, MainStreetMarlboro.com,2014-2015; Writer for Zagat, 2013

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