February 1st, 2011
01:16 PM ET
Break out the leg warmers, acid washed jeans and Ray-ban sunglasses because the '80s are coming back!
Well, maybe not the fashion (again), but some of the decade’s hottest musical artists are planning on touring this year. Janet Jackson has already announced several U.S. cities as stops on her world tour, and now Boy George has confirmed that Culture Club will be reuniting for a new album and hitting the road.
For U.S. fans willing to travel to the United Kingdom, they can check out the “Here and Now 10th Anniversary Tour" in June, which will feature George and other '80s acts, including Belinda Carlisle of The Go Go’s and A Flock of Seagulls.
Likewise, Duran Duran has plenty of U.K. tour dates, but the perfectly coiffed group also has a gig scheduled in Texas on Thursday and one in California in March.
In the States, New Kids on the Block is set to hit stages across the nation with the Backstreet Boys for the NKOTBSB tour and REO Speedwagon will be rolling through a few venues in their own tour as well.
And Bon Jovi, one group who seems to never stop touring, has plans to be in a city near you pretty soon.
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