Michael Jackson Tribute Concert To Take Place In Vienna

Jermaine Jackson and a 'high-profile lineup of international stars' to perform

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A Michael Jackson tribute concert is to be staged in Vienna next month, World Awards Media confirmed on Monday (August 10).

The venue and exact date for the concert entitled ‘The Tribute – In Memory of Michael Jackson’ has not been confirmed, although it is speculated to take place at the 85, 000 standing capacity Schoenbrunn Palace in September.

The event’s website states: “For one incredible night Michael Jackson’s unforgettable music will be brought to life again. Some of the world’s leading artists will perform Michael’s greatest hits live in Vienna in front of one of the most fascinating historical sites in Europe and celebrate the life of the “King of Pop”.

The website confirms that: “Jermaine Jackson and members of the Jackson family will lead a high-profile line-up of international stars on stage to celebrate the life of his brother and perform some of Michael’s unforgettable songs.

Tickets for the tribute concert go on sale on August 20, and in the meantime, merchandise is already available to purchase.

Artists rumoured to appear include Madonna, Lionel Richie and Whitney Houston.

CNN have the rights to televise the show.

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