2024 is the year of live music! It feels like every week there’s new buzz about an upcoming tour or concert. If you are off of social media long enough, you may just miss yet another one of your favorite acts dropping a tour announcement. Not to worry, 21Ninety is keeping you abreast to the concerts headlined by Black women that you want to see!

Mariah Carey: The Celebration of Mimi: Live in Las Vegas

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Kicking off our list is none other than Mariah Carey. From April 12 to the 27, the iconic songstress will grace the stage in Las Vegas with her timeless hits. This residency, commemorating the 19th anniversary of her album “The Emancipation Of Mimi,” promises to be a dazzling experience. Expect a journey through Carey’s illustrious career, with captivating performances and a touch of Vegas glamour.

Toni Braxton and Cedric The Entertainer: Love & Laughter

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Starting April 27 and running until July 13, Las Vegas will be treated to a fusion of love and laughter courtesy of Toni Braxton and Cedric The Entertainer. This dynamic duo promises an unforgettable night filled with soulful tunes and side-splitting humor. Braxton’s soulful vocals paired with Cedric’s comedic genius will create a one-of-a-kind Vegas experience, blending music and laughter in perfect harmony.

Janet Jackson: Together Again Summer 2024 Tour

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From June 4 to July 30, Janet Jackson will embark on her “Together Again” tour across the U.S. and Canada, bringing along the charismatic Nelly. Get ready to dance the night away to her legendary hits and experience the magic of Ms. Jackson live on stage. With a career spanning decades, Jackson’s tour promises to be a celebration of resilience, empowerment, and timeless music that has touched the hearts of fans worldwide.

Jhené Aiko: The Magic Hour Tour

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Prepare to be enchanted as Jhené Aiko takes the stage for “The Magic Hour Tour” from June 19 to August 22. Joined by Coi Leray, Tink, UMI, and Kiana Ledé, this tour promises a mesmerizing journey through Aiko’s soulful soundscapes. Aiko’s ethereal vocals and introspective lyrics combined with the diverse lineup of supporting acts will create an immersive and unforgettable concert experience, inviting audiences to lose themselves in the magic of her music.

Xscape & SWV: The Queens of R&B Tour

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From June 27 to August 18, Xscape and SWV will reign supreme on “The Queens of R&B Tour.” Accompanied by Mýa, Total, and 702, this tour is a celebration of timeless R&B classics and female empowerment. Get ready to groove to hits from the ’90s and early 2000s as these legendary girl groups take you on a nostalgic journey through the golden era of R&B, showcasing their enduring talent and influence on contemporary music.

Missy Elliott, Ciara & Busta Rhymes: Out of This World Tour

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Prepare to blast off into a realm of hip-hop greatness with Missy Elliott, Ciara, and Busta Rhymes on the “Out of This World Tour” from July 4 to August 22. With Timbaland joining the lineup, this tour promises to be an otherworldly experience. From Elliott’s groundbreaking beats to Ciara’s electrifying performances and Busta Rhymes’ unparalleled lyricism, this tour will showcase the best of hip-hop and R&B, leaving audiences in awe of the genre’s innovation and creativity.

Nicki Minaj ‘Pink Friday 2’ World Tour

Nicki Minaj performs onstage during her Pink Friday 2 World Tour at Madison Square Garden on March 30, 2024 in New York City.
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Nicki Minaj will headline arena shows in North America and Europe on her Pink Friday 2 World Tour, hitting cities ranging from Las Vegas, Orlando, and Philadelphia to London, Amsterdam, and Berlin. Joined by R&B favorite Monica, this tour promises to be an electrifying experience. With a catalog of hits spanning over a decade, Minaj’s tour is set to be a celebration of her iconic career and undeniable impact on the music industry.

Megan Thee Stallion ‘Hot Girl Summer Tour’

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Megan Thee Stallion announced her Hot Girl Summer tour during a visit to Good Morning America. From May to July, she’ll be hitting major cities across the U.S. and Europe, including stops at festivals like Bonnaroo and Broccoli City. With special guest GloRilla joining her on select dates, this tour promises to be a celebration of empowerment, confidence, and unapologetic self-expression.

Mariah the Scientist ‘To Be Eaten Alive Tour’

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Mariah The Scientist announced her To Be Eaten Alive Tour in late 2023, hitting up cities across the U.S. and Europe. From intimate venues to iconic theaters, this tour promises an immersive experience for fans. With a blend of soulful melodies and raw lyrics, Mariah The Scientist invites audiences to join her on a journey of self-discovery and musical exploration.