Janet Jackson postpones entire 'Unbreakable' European tour including 3Arena Dublin date
Janet Jackson has postponed her entire European tour including her 3Arena Dublin date on April 2.
'Unbreakable' tour dates across the UK, Germany, France and Ireland have been postponed.
MCD have issued a statement on their website regarding the 3Arena gig.
"Due to Scheduling Difficulties the Unbreakable Tour will be postponed, this includes a date in 3Arena, April 2nd.
"New Tour dates are not known at this time so all tickets will be refunded and you should return to point of purchase for that refund.
"Please contact Ticketmaster for more information regarding refunds."
In January Jackson released a statement denying rumours that she was battling cancer.
"Remember... believe it when you hear it from my lips. I do not have cancer. I'm recovering. My doctors have approved my concerts as scheduled in Europe, and as I promised, the postponed shows will be rescheduled," she said.
She was referring to 29 US dates which were postponed but eventually rescheduled for July and August.
On February 13 she posted a video from London telling fans, "I am so excited. We cannot wait to perform for you."
Janet's 11th album Unbreakable has been receiving rave reviews and hit number one in the US in October and her tour was due to kick off in the UK in just three weeks.
On Sunday she posted a video saying she was looking forward to playing the Dubai World Cup on March 26th.
Jackson has yet to release a statement on the postponement.