Before his sad death in 2009 Michael Jackson had plans to play 50 shows at the The O2. Now his fans will have a chance to see him perform after all, when "The Immortal World Tour" comes to London.
Using an amazing mix of visuals, dance and music, the show will immerse audiences in Michael's creative genius, capturing the essence and soul of Jackson's legacy. The story is set in a fantastical realm where Michael's inspirational Giving Tree grows - the wellspring of his creativity. The show revels in his love of music, magic and dance, and underscores his global messages of love, peace and unity.
The O2 Arena is London’s premier concert venue, boasting some superb acoustics and unobstructed sightlines. Its 23,000 capacity makes it one of the largest indoor arenas in Europe.
ronette – “I've been 4 times and the show has always been great. The arena is so massive its like being at an outdoor gig. the sound has always been amazing wherever i sit, but just once i had a place on the right that had half of the st… more”
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