Smithtown, NY, June 22, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- June 25 will mark the second year anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson and an opportunity to remember some of the music and performances he delivered. To some who have ever been to one, a live MJ performance is a unique experience in creativity, planning, and display of musical artistry. There is no way to attend such a concert today, but for the anniversary of his death, a close to live MJ performance has been brought to Long Island.
The Blacksmith Tavern in Smithtown will be presenting a live Michael Jackson tribute show, featuring MJX and the dance group. The show includes their 80s 5-piece live band delivering Michael Jackson music live. Several of Michael Jackson's songs will be performed including Billie Jean, Beat it, Who's Bad, and Thriller including the popular Thriller dance sequences.
The MJX performances combined with the live band will lead off the night from 9pm. Following that, the band will deliver some of their most acclaimed live 80s songs. An 80s DJ will round out the dance party late into the night. This is indeed expected to be a "thrilling" night. MJ paraphernalia including the famous single white hand glove is expected to be available for purchase at the event. Also, representatives from some of Michael's charities may be available to receive donations from interested patrons.
Due to sponsorships, tickets to the show and party is $7 and guarantee admission in the case of a sold out venue. The door cover for the night will also be $7. Tickets may be purchased at the venue any day of the week leading to the event.