MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Janet Jackson is returning to Minneapolis, the city she loved enough to shout out during that break in “Escapade,” this November as part of her just-announced concert tour.

Miss-Jackson-if-you’re-Nasty’s Unbreakable World Tour is making a stop at the Target Center on November 1.

The singer recently announced a new upcoming album and the world tour on Twitter, which will be her first studio album since 2008’s “Discipline.”

Tickets for her Minneapolis show go on sale a week from Monday. Prices range from $29.50 to $125.

The performer also recently unveiled her plans to start up her own record label, named after her 1989 album “Rhythm Nation.”