Big news for Janet Jackson fans. After promising new music, among other things, in May the 49-year-old has officially announced the name, dates and artwork for her first tour in four years.

Jackson took to Twitter to share the good news. The legendary pop star tweeted the official poster for her Unbreakable World Tour, along with more than 30 dates and locations in North America. As Entertainment Weekly reports, the North American leg of the tour kicks off with a late August concert in Vancouver and ends in early November 2016 with a final show in Hawaii. She also made merchandise from the highly anticipated tour available for purchase.

Rumors of an album have been swirling since August 2014. Jackson shut down speculation quickly, saying if there had been something in the works, she would announce it herself. Nearly a year later on May 16 she took to Twitter to tell fans that the time had come in a short video clip. She did not say what the project was being called, but used the hashtag "#ConversationsInACafe," leading followers to believe that will be the new album title.

That's not the only exciting thing going on in Jackson's life. The "All For You" singer recently launched her own record label, Rhythm Nation Records. In a statement released on her website, she promised fans she would be releasing her new album -- her first project since releasing "Discipline" in 2008 -- through the fledgling label.

Tickets for the Unbreakable World Tour go on sale June 22 on both and American Express carholders will have access to presale tickets June 15 at 10 a.m. EDT to June 19 at 10 p.m. EDT. Jackson's first concert of the tour will be August 31. See below for a full list of tour dates and locations:

  • August 31: Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena - Vancouver, BC
  • September 2: Scotiabank Saddledome - Calgary, AB
  • September 4: Rexall Place - Edmonton, AB
  • September 5: Revolution Place - Grande Prairie, AB
  • September 7: SaskTel Center - Saskatoon, SK
  • September 8: MTS Center - Winnipeg, MB
  • September 11: Van Andel Arena - Grand Rapids, MI
  • September 12: PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center - Cincinnati, OH
  • September 15: Air Canada Center - Toronto, ON
  • September 17: Walnut Creek Amphitheratre - Raleigh, NC
  • September 18: PNC Music Pavilion - Charlotte, NC
  • September 20: American Airlines Arena - Miami, FL
  • September 23: Amway Arena - Orlando, FL
  • September 24: Amalie Arena - Tampa, FL
  • September 26: Chastain Park Amphitherater - Nashville, TN
  • September 27: Ascend Amphitheater - Nashville, TN
  • September 29: Fedex Forum - Memphis, TN
  • September 30: Smoothie King Center - New Orleans, LA
  • October 9: Axis at Planet Hollywood - Las Vegas, NV
  • October 10: Axis at Planet Hollywood - Las Vegas, NV
  • October 13: Bill Graham Civic Auditorium - San Francisco, CA
  • October 14:  Bill Graham Auditorium - San Francisco, CA
  • October 16: The Forum - Los Angeles, CA
  • October 17: Viejas Arena - San Diego, CA
  • October 19: Comercia Theatre - Phoenix, AZ
  • October 21: Santa Barbara Bowl - Santa Barbera, CA
  • October 22: Santa Barbera Bowl - Santa Barbera, CA
  • October 24: Energy Solutions Arena - Salt Lake City, UT
  • October 25: Pepsi Center - Denver, CO
  • October 27: Sprint Center - Kansas City, MO
  • October 29: Chaifetz Arena - St. Louis, MO
  • October 30: CenturyLink Center - Omaha, NE
  • November 1: Target Center - Minneapolis, MN
  • November 3: Chicago Theatre - Chicago, IL
  • November 4: Chicago Theatre - Chicago, IL
  • November 12: Neal S. Blaisdell Center Arena - Honolulu, HI