Friday, April 20, 2012

The Jacksons to play Charlotte, Raleigh

Jackie, Jermaine, Marlon, and Tito Jackson are back on tour again, reuniting on stage for the first time since 1984's Victory Tour. Four of Michael Jackson's five brothers will play Raleigh's Amphitheater Friday, July 6 and Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheatre in Charlotte on Saturday, July 7.

Tickets for the Charlotte concert go on sale Friday, April 27 at 10 a.m. at www.livenation.com, www.ticketmaster.com, select Walmart stores, the Fillmore box office, and by calling 1-800-745-3000.

The Unity Tour begins in Louisville on June 18 and ends in Snoqualmie, Washington July 29. Dates are here. Earlier this week E!'s Marc Malkin reported on the likelihood of a Michael Jackson hologram accompanying the group on tour following the reanimated (hologram) Tupac Shakur's performance at last weekend's Coachella Festival. Jackie Jackson says it probably won't happen this summer, but it's not out of the question down the road. Read Malkin's article here.



13 comments:

  1. As exciting as going to see the Pips.

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    1. thats kind of true

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    2. I have seen the Jacksons perform and they are really good even with Michael as a factor.

      Marlon is the most talented but Michael has the lighter voice.

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  2. But better than any of the drug-heads that usually come to the arena.

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  3. Has beens. Sad.

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  5. Would rather see drug heads

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  6. I'm guessing, this would be the "Jackson FOUR"

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  7. i can see them trying amos's, not time warner.

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  8. Has beens? Never was, without michael.

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  9. would not pay to see them without Michael! Michael was The reason to see them ever!

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  10. They are still trying to live off their brother. What a bunch of moochers!

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  11. Word to your Mother. I know right?

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