RNB Fridays 2019 To Bring Janet Jackson, 50 Cent, Black Eyed Peas And More Down Under

Heading to Australia for the first time in eight years, Janet Jackson has been revealed as this year's headliner for RNB Fridays 2019.

Fresh off her Las Vegas residency and celebrating the 30th anniversary of her album' Rhythm Nation', fellow hip hop heavyweights Black Eyed Peas, 50 Cent, Jason Derulo, Keri Hilson, Sisqo and J-Kwon will also be joining Jackson as they hit the stage for Australia's biggest party, RNB Fridays Live.

Talk about noughties nostalgia!

Following on from an epic tour in 2018, this year is set to be bigger than ever with the concert stopping by Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney this November, with all artists performing on the one stage -- so no clashes, yay!

Once again, the show will be hosted by Fatman Scoop and there'll also be one more mystery acts to be announced at a later date, so stay tuned.

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To celebrate the arrival of these musical icons hitting our shores, we're rounding up some of the biggest bangers from this year's line up that will have you keen AF to slay the DF.

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Janet Jackson - "Together Again"

Black Eyed Peas - "Where Is The Love"

50 Cent - "Candy Shop"

Jason Derulo - "Whatcha Say"

Keri Hilson - "Knocks You Down"

Sisqo - "Thong Song"

J-Kwon - "Tipsy"

Fatman Scoop - "Be Faithful"

Tickets for RNB Fridays Live are on sale from Monday 19 August, with pre-sales available from Monday the 12th and Wednesday the 14th of August. You can find more deets at The RnB Fridays Live site.

RnB Fridays Live 2019 Lineup:

  • Janet Jackson
  • The Black Eyed Peas
  • 50 Cent
  • Jason Derulo
  • Keri Kilson
  • Sisqo
  • J-Kwon
  • Mystery Act
  • Hosted by Fatman Scoop
  • With Horizon + Yo! Mafia


  • HBF Park, Perth — Friday 8 November
  • Marvel Stadium, Melbourne — Saturday 9 November
  • Adelaide Showground, Adelaide — Sunday 10 November
  • Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane — Friday 15 November
  • Giants Stadium, Sydney — Saturday 16 November

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