Fan Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Live Nation For Postponed Janet Jackson Tour

Well this is awkward.

A fan named Tiana Adams has filed a class action lawsuit against Live Nation for failing to refund fans' money who purchased tickets to see the Unbreakable Tour. In 2016, Janet revealed she was pregnant and needed to postpone the tour and pick it up again some time in 2017. According to TMZ, the lawsuit claims the entertainment company is getting away with it because they say the tour is “rescheduled” and not “cancelled.”

Someone tell Tiana to be a little more patient. Janet reportedly has plans to re-purpose the show and kick it off beginning this fall. Some fans noticed their tickets for postponed dates received an update on Ticketmaster earlier in the month. It's now called the State of the World Tour, a track title off 1989's Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814. Here's a screen cap from a user claiming their Fort Lauderdale show was updated to this December. Another claims their Portland date moved to September.




Last year, a rep for Live Nation had this to say: “The Janet Jackson Unbreakable tour in North America will be postponed until 201. New dates will be announced at a later time, and tickets will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Refunds are also available at the point of purchase.”

Janet reflected that. "I have not forgotten about you," she said. "I will continue to tour as soon as I possibly can."

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