The Jacksons line up U.S. dates for ‘Unity’ tour

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(CNN) — It’s been nearly three decades since the Jackson brothers went on tour together, and they’re remedying that this summer.

The Jacksons, including Tito, Marlon, Jackie and Jermaine, will hit the road for their Unity 2012 tour, the group announced Tuesday.

The last time the brothers toured together, it was for 1984’s Victory Tour.

The Jacksons, of course, came to fame along with their late brother Michael Jackson, and it sounds like their 27-date U.S. trek will uphold the King of Pop’s memory.

“I am so happy and excited to perform again onstage with my brothers,” Jermaine said in the statement. “I can’t wait to sing all the songs that were so much a part of all of our lives. We are ready and committed to keep the family’s legacy alive and perform once again with the highest level of excellence, creativity, and most of all, integrity.”

Jackie called the tour a “dream coming true,” adding, “I know at each concert, MJ’s spirit will be in the house with us.”

The tour kicks off on June 18 in Louisville, Kentucky, and runs through July 29, ending in Snoqualmie, Washington. The U.S. tour dates are as follows, with additional dates to come:

June 18 in Louisville, KY

June 19 in Cincinnati, OH

June 20 in Rama, ON

June 22 in Merrillville, IN

June 23 in Detroit, MI

June 24 in Kettering, OH

June 26 in Cleveland, OH

June 28 in New York, NY

June 29 in Atlantic City, NJ

June 30 in Englewood, NJ

July 1 in Baltimore, MD

July 3 in Washington, DC

July 6 in Raleigh, NC

July 7 in Charlotte, NC

July 8 in Atlanta, GA

July 10 in Nashville, TN

July 11 in St. Louis, MO

July 13 in Grand Prairie, TX

July 14 in Houston, TX

July 17 in Albuquerque, NM

July 18 in Phoenix, AZ

July 20 in Las Vegas, NV

July 21 in Valley Center, CA

July 22 in Los Angeles, CA

July 27 in Saratoga, CA

July 28 in Lincoln City, OR

July 29 in Snoqualmie, WA