The Q105 Saturday Night Dance Party!

The Q105 Saturday Night Dance Party!

The Q105 Saturday Night Dance Party!

Janet Jackson presents the Icon Award onstage during the 2022 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 15, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The wait is finally over Florida. Janet Jackson returns tomorrow night in Orlando at the Amway Center. Congratulations to all the Q105 listeners who won tickets to the show. Wait until you see this setlist. Janet does all of her classics taking it way back to the 80s. If you wanna be surprised stop here because here come some spoilers! This is the complete list of songs Janet is performing on this tour.

  • Damita Jo

    Janet kicks off the night with the title track from her 2004 album. The album name comes from Janet’s middle name.

  • Together Again

    Unfortunately the pandemic forced the cancelation of Janet Jackson’s tour stop in Tampa at Amalie Arena.  This is her first time on the road since, so the tour is appropriately named after this 90s jam. Janet was inspired to write the song after she found out a friend had died of AIDS.

  • Feedback

    Janet gets all kinds of sexy in this 2007 song.   Fitness magazine listed this as one of the best songs to run to.

  • So Much Betta

    Another high energy jam that wasn’t a big radio hit, but it’ll get you moving. This one is from her album Discipline.

  • If

    Another Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis banger.  The shy, coy, private Janet is long gone in this one. “If” won the Best Female Video and Best Dance Video at the MTV Video Music Awards.

  • No Sleep

    Jam and Lewis were behind this one from too in 2015.  This was the first time Janet released music independently.

  • Got 'til It's Gone

    What a collab… rapper Q-Tip and the legendary Joni Mitchell are in this ’90s song. Janet never officially released it as a single but it still hit airplay charts because radio loved it.

  • That's The Way Love Goes

    The mellow groove in this track… the iconic music video.  Janet was at her best here.


  • Enjoy

    “So let’s enjoy the simple things.”  This one from 2006 may not be familiar since it wasn’t on the radio, but it’ll be a nice smooth jam to end “Act 1.”

  • What Have You Done For Me Lately

    A Q105 Saturday Night Dance Party favorite! The music video choreographer for this one? Paula Abdul!

  • Nasty

    No her first name ain’t baby.

  • Pleasure Principle

    This one was a winner at the MTV Video Music Awards in 1988.  Janet even named a lingerie line after this one!

  • Because of Love

    Janet had so many hits over the years that ones like this tend to get forgotten. Not by Janet though… she brought this one from ’94 back to the concert setlist for the first time in almost 3 decades.

  • When I Think Of You

    This one’s special to us on the Q105 Saturday Night Dance Party.  A listener we call “Date Night Dave” on the show called one week to tell us how much he appreciates his Saturday nights on Q105.  He and his wife would always listen before she passed away.  Dave still listens every Saturday night and calls it his date night with her.  I picked this one for him to be their song.

  • Diamonds

    Remember this one from ’87? This one’s actually a Herb Alpert song that featured Janet.

  • The Best Thing In Life Are Free

    Another often forgotten gem that featured the incredible Luther Vandross.

  • Control

    Jam and Lewis at their best.  She beat her brother Michael to win the Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B / Soul or Rap Music Video for this one.


  • When We Oooo

    Time to chill with this one from “All For You.”

  • Together Again

    The song the tour is named after!

  • Come Back To Me

    Remember this 1990 slow jam from Janet’s “Rhythm Nation 1814”?

  • Let's Wait Awhile

    One of those classic ’80s jams with a message.  This one from Control was about waiting for the right moment for that intimate encounter when the AIDS crisis was in its infancy.

  • Again

    Probably my favorite Janet slow jam.  The first few piano notes of this one will take you right back.

  • Any Time, Any Place

    Janet was always one for being the voice of reason, even in a sexy jam like this.  The music video ends with the words… “Any time, any place… be responsible.”  She did this one on SNL.

  • I Get Lonely

    Another ’90s classic. This one was her 18th consecutive top 10 hit.

  • Doesn't Really Matter

    Janet’s dominance continued into the new millennium with this one from the soundtrack to “Nutty Professor II.”

  • All For You

    Janet gets naughty in this one from 2001.  This one scored her another GRAMMY.

  • Come On Get Up

    This one you might not remember from “All For You.”  It was the opening track on the album but the title track is usually the one people remember.

  • Throb

    Janet gettin’ sexy again! This 1994 jam was another one she performed on Saturday Night Live.

  • Girlfriend/Boyfriend

    A cover of the Blackstreet song.

  • Like You Don't Love Me

    Another gem from “Damita Jo” back in 2004.

  • Do It 2 Me

    Jermaine Dupri is featured in this one from 2006.

  • So Excited

    Nope, not a cover of the Pointer Sisters song. This one is from Janet’s 2006 album and features Khia.


  • The Knowledge

    From Rhythm Nation 1814, this one has that classic late 80s Janet vibe and kicks off Act 4 in her lengthy set. But we’re not complaining… sing til 3AM if you want Janet!

  • Miss You Much

    Hands down my favorite Janet song. She won Grammys, American Music Awards, you name it.  Pink, Usher and Mya performed it to honor Janet at her MTV Icon tribute.

  • Love Will Never Do (Without You)

    This concert setlist really shows just how many unforgettable hits Janet had.  So many.

  • Alright

    The music video for this one featured one of Cab Calloway’s last on screen appearances.

  • Escapade

    This one is said to be inspired by Martha & the Vandellas’s 1965 song “Nowhere to Run”. Word is Janet almost covered the song for this album.

  • Scream

    Janet performing together with her brother Michael… an unforgettable and long awaited collab.

  • Rhythm Nation

    In the world of 2023 when homophobia, racism and so many ugly things seem to be making a comeback, there’s no better time to go back and hear the message in this one!


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