Michael Jackson Fans To Celebrate New Release In London

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Fans will celebrate Michael Jackson's new VISIONARY Video Singles release in London's famed west end.

On April 23rd of this year, fans from across the globe will unite in London's west end to celebrate the remarkable career, song, and dance of the King of Pop, their idol, Michael Jackson. Hundreds upon hundreds are expected to attend, making for a truly memorable day.

It is being called an extravaganza, and will feature two parts: a cinema screening, and the "VISIONARY Party" - an event all in its own, to honour Michael Jackson's upcoming VISIONARY Video Singles release, set to launch this February.

Spanning from 1-3pm, the cinema screening will highlight performances from Jackson's greatest tours and concerts, giving fans the chance to watch their idol on the big screen, in all his glory.

The 7-hour VISIONARY Party will feature some of the worlds greatest Michael Jackson impersonators and tribute artists; two Michael Jackson art exhibitions; DVD and book signings; merchandise; and even more yet to be announced.

The fan club organizing this extravagant day, MJ News Online, hosts the largest Michael Jackson fan community on the web, which houses nearly 10,000 members worldwide. Their bimonthly fan magazine, entitled "ontheline," reaches up to a thousand fans from all over the world.

Fan club president, Paul Akinbanjo had this to say of the event: "Our motto is 'bringing the fans closer together', which is simply what we're doing here.

"We're all coming together in our support of Michael Jackson, to have an incredible time, and to enjoy the music that he has given to us; to move on from any obstacles we may have faced, and to look to the future.

"Visionary describes Michael perfectly, and we hope to convey that with this day."

Full details of the MJ News Online Michael Jackson VISIONARY Event can be found at http://www.visionaryevent.com - Tickets are on sale now.

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