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 historici show in Johannesburg where they performed live for the first time!
In February of 2016, The Jacksons perform 10 shows at Art on Ice sharing the stage with the world’s best figure skaters (Olympic winners, World and European Champions) and dancers in the cities of Zürich, Lausanne and Davos in Switzerland.
Along with his brothers, Jackie, Tito and Marlon, Jermaine performed as The Jacksons live on stage in the United States at casinos, two festivals in the United Kingdom and at Malaysia Grand Prix. The Jacksons performed in front of over 40,000 people at the festivals in the United Kingdom and performed with the 80-piece London Symphony Orchestra in Hyde Park which was broadcast live online and watched by over a 100 million viewers!
Jermaine and his brothers Jackie, Tito and Marlon perform all over the world s part of their Unity Tour to bring love, peace and happiness to their fans and the public.
In February and March of 2014, The Jacksons performed a six week Las Vegas residency 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. In July, The Jacksons perform another RockTellz & Cocktails 5 night engagement on the US east coast at Caesars Atlantic City (2 - 6 July, 2014).
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. During the show, Jermaine performed a solo set on most of the shows, but changed the set diversifying songs "Dynamite", "When The Rain Begins To Fall", "Let's Get Serious" and "Do What You Do".
In between the You Are Not Alone Musical Tour in France and the European leg of the Unity Tour with his brothers, Jermaine spends ten days in Maastricht in The Netherlands in February of 2013 to collaborate with violinist and composer André Rieu and the Johan Strauss Orchestra. During his stay in Maastricht, Jermaine agrees to perform with André during his annual Summer concerts at Vrijthof Square where he performed “Smile” and “When The Rain Begins To Fall” during three nights on 12, 13 and 14 July with André Rieu and the Johan Strauss Orchestra in Maastricht, The Netherlands during André Rieu & Friends.
In 2013, Jermaine launched the You Are Not Alone The Musical in France. In the show Jermaine tells the story of his family based on his memoirs with pictures and music, including performing “When The Rain Begins to Fall”, “Do What You Do”, the beautiful tribute song “Oh Mother” and the unreleased ballad “The First Time You Love”. At the end of the musical show, Jermaine performs another 25-minute medley of Jackson classics, which gets the audience in the theaters on their feet singing and dancing along. Unfortunately, producer of the show David Serero mistreated Jermaine during the tour and failed to meet the production standards as requested by Jermaine for the musical show. The musical show concept is being developed and planned to return to stages the way Jermaine intended and envisions it with high quality productions including a full orchestra.
The Jacksons play 12 dates at Night of The Proms in Belgium and The Netherlands performing a 30-minute set of hits with the Il Novecento orchestra at the classic meets pop event.
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. During the show, Jermaine performed a solo set including his hits "Dynamite", "Let's Get Serious" and "Do What You Do".
In 2010, Jermaine performs two solo concerts, one in The Gambia, Africa (29 May) and another in Las Vegas, United States (2 October) Celebrating 40 Years of Jackson Family Music with a band that included three keyboards, three guitars (one of the guitar players was his son Jeremy), four background singers, eight dancers, a drummer, a percussionist and a programmer.
The Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special was a 2001 (7 and 10 September, 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. Unfortunately, this would be the last time the world was able to see the magic and the phenomenon of six brothers from Gary, Indiana all together live on stage.
During October and November of 1987, Jermaine came to Australia to give a series of concerts. Jermaine came back to Australia during the months of June and July of 1988, and toured all over the country with his band for a series of 16 concerts.
After 6 weeks of rehearsals with his band in early 1986, Jermaine started his first solo tour called the Precious Moments Tour. From the month of March until 14 September, 1986. The tour was produced by Jermaine, and the technical production work provided by Allied artists concert production.
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 record 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 launch their Victory Tour. The group performs 55 concerts to an audience of 2 million and the tour sold what was then a record number of ticket sales. During the show, Jermaine performed a solo set of his hits "Let's Get Serious", "You Like Me, Don't You", and "Tell Me I'm Not Dreamin' (Too Good To Be True)".
In between performing the Victory Tour concerts in the North America, Jermaine travelled back and forth to Europe to promote the smash hit single and duet with Pia Zadora "When The Rain Begins To Fall".
The Jackson 5 play over 160 concerts all over the world including Japan, Hawai, United Kingdom, South America, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Australia, The Philippines and the West Indies over a 4-year period. The original Jackson 5 last group tour includes 6 concerts in Manila, Phillipines, less than a month after Jermaine decides to stay at Motown when his brothers move on to another label as The Jacksons.
The brothers 12-day tour in November of 1972 in Europe had the Jackson 5 break attendance records previously held by The Beatles. During the tour, the band performed for Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother.
Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael visit venues in circa 50 cities during their third tour of the United States.
The five brothers' second US tour featured about 43 performances in US cities such as Philadelphia, New York and Milwaukee. The Commodores, led by Lionel Richie, opened for the five quintet.
The Jackson 5 embarked on their first ever tour on May 2, 1970. The brothers performed 14 shows in US states cities such as Daly City, Boston, Cincinnati and New York City, and broke venue attendance records along the way.
The Jackson 5 play shows in malls and venues mainly in the state of Illinois before 1968 and later they play clubs and theaters in Chicago and New York for two years, before the band signs with Motown in March 1969. The Jackson 5 win the Superdog Finals in Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater in New York on 14 February, 1968.