Rock Hall To Celebrate Michael Jackson

Cleveland – The Rock Hall Live! Event Series continues Wednesday, August 29th, what would have been Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Michael Jackson’s 60th birthday, with a free party on the plaza, where fans will be screaming out the hits.

The Michael Jackson Birthday Celebration features:

  • DJ HazMatt & 93.1 WZAK crew
  • A Plaza-wide Thriller dance
  • Zombie transformation station
  • Live dance crew performances and crowd tutorials
  • Costume contests
  • MJ-inspired live art installations
  • King of Pop: Pepsi giveaways
  • Trivia Games

Plus, with admission to tour the exhibits (ticket required) you can also enjoy stories behind artifacts spanning four decades of Michael Jackson’s career:

Sign up for your free RSVP now!

The King of Pop was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1997 with the Jackson 5 and in 2001 as a solo artist. Michael Jackson (born August 29, 1958, died June 25, 2009) carried soul and R&B into the mainstream in the '70s with the Jackson 5, and then leveraged music videos and smart collaborations to become a beloved global superstar in the '80s. Michael Jackson was already a decorated solo artist and a music industry veteran by the time he performed "Billie Jean" on the gala Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever anniversary TV special. But on that night in 1983, when he glided across the stage and did the moonwalk across the stage for the first time, he became the King of Pop. To read Jackson’s full bio, visit: https://www.rockhall.com/inductees/michael-jackson.

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