In 2017, The Jacksons (Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon) perform a series of shows in the United Kingdom as part of A Celebration of 50 Years, as well as one show in Canada and in The Netherlands. The Jacksons perform at the major British festivals in front of an audience of hundreds of thousands, including Glastonbury Festival that is aired live by the BBC. The setlist of the show has not changed a lot from the shows of The Jacksons in previous years, besides Tito introducing his music in a solo segment, singing “When The Magic Happens” and “Get It Baby” with backing vocals by Jackie, Jermaine and Marlon! Also “State of Shock” is added to the setlist as a surprising encore! Unfortunately, Jackie was missed during the show in Rotterdam due to a health issue. Tito Jackson performed a solo show during Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage 2017 on the Carnival Dream Cruise Ship on April 3rd, 2017.
In 2016, The Jacksons continued to perform scattered dates in casinos in the United States, special events such as Art on Ice in Switzerland and festivals in Canada, USA, Japan and South Africa. The legends continued to bring peace, unity and happiness with their shows and performed an historic show in Johannesburg where they performed live for the first time! Due to scheduling conflicts, Jermaine was not part of all the shows.
In February 2016, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon spend 2,5 weeks in Switzerland to rehearse for and perform at Art on Ice with the world's best figure skaters (Olympic winners, World and European Champions) and dancers in the cities of Zürich, Lausanne and Davos.
In 2015, Tito and his brothers celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Jackson 5 performing scattered dates in the Unites States (and one in Malaysia) including Legends of Motown shows with The Commodores, followed by a Fall Tour in the United States and playing BBC Proms in the Park and Bestival Festival in the United Kingdom.
Tito and his brothers Jackie, Jermaine and Marlon continue to perform all over the world to bring love, peace and happiness to their fans and the public.
In February and March of 2014, The Jacksons did a six week Las Vegas residency (20 February - 6 April) at Planet Hollywood taking the audience on an interactive, unforgettable journey through their lives and musical career and offering offers soulful pop-funk and impeccable live performances that have made them one of the most beloved musical acts of all time! In July, The Jacksons performed another Rocktellz & Coacktails 5 night engagement (2 July - 6 July) on the US east coast at Caesars Atlantic City.
Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon are on the road in 2013 and perform shows in Europe, Australia, Africa, Canada and North America as part of their Unity Tour. Fans across the globe see their dream become a reality to experience the magic of these legends live on stage. Ahead of their shows, the brothers meet with fans, making more dreams come true, and they do press interviews. The Jacksons keep the legacy alive and pay tribute to their brother Michael, singing the hits of The Jacksons 5, The Jacksons and Michael.
In November of 2012, Jermaine, Jackie, Tito and Marlon performed at Night of The Proms in Belgium and The Netherlands. They played 12 shows at the classic meets pop event performing a 30-minute set of hits with the Il Novecento orchestra.
After nearly three decades, brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon reunited in 2012 to start the The Jacksons Unity Tour in the United States and Canada and then performing in Asia.
Jackie, Tito and Marlon, as well as other family members, participate in Michael Jackson Tribute shows in Cardiff and in Tokyo where they reunite to perform as The Jacksons for the first time since 2001.
The Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special was a 2001 New York City revue show by Michael Jackson when he reunited with his brothers Jermaine, Jackie, Randy, Tito and Marlon to perform a greatest hits medley. Tickets sold out in five hours.
In March of 1983, one of the performing highlights of The Jacksons career is the unforgettable reunion performance of the six brothers on one of histories most watched television specials, Motown 25. Following the success of the reunion, all six brothers recorded a sixth album for Epic, released as Victory in 1984. Their biggest-selling album to date included the top ten single, “State of Shock”. In July of 1984, the Jacksons launched their Victory Tour. The group performed 55 concerts to an audience of approximately 2 million and the tour sold what was then a record number of ticket sales.
8 July, 1981 – 26 September 26, 1981 (United States)
Hailed as one of the greatest live shows of the 1970s and 1980s by Rolling Stone, the Triumph Tour grossed $5.5 million and became one of The Jacksons' most successful tour. The brothers performed in 36 US cities, including Memphis, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California, where the band concluded their tour with four sold-out shows.
22 January, 1979 – 26 September 26, 1980
The Destiny Tour accompanied The Jacksons' 1978 Destiny album. The brothers toured 80 US cities in the United States and played several dates in France, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Kenya and the UK. Several of the concerts from the tour had to be cancelled because Michael Jackson became sick with the flu.