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Fan’s tribute to the King of Pop




Jackson Live In Concert, Derby Assembly Rooms, 01/02/2013 ANL-150306-132257001
Jackson Live In Concert, Derby Assembly Rooms, 01/02/2013 ANL-150306-132257001

A Michael Jackson fan has taken his devotion to the next level with a live stage show dedicated to the iconic artist.

Jackson Live in Concert, coming to the Apex on June 17, sees long-time fan Ben recreate the pop icon’s gig experience with stunning renditions of his songs.

With a hugely successful career spanning almost five decades, Michael Jackson was at the forefront of the world’s popular music scene until his death in 2009.

Now one of the world’s most influential artists is brought back to life on stage by one of those to whom his influence spread.

The charismatic and hugely talented Ben captures the King of Pop at the height of his power, with his dedication shining through.

Singing live throughout the performance and recreating signature Michael Jackson dance routines, Ben’s show is full of authentic touches which make it staggeringly accurate and one of the most entertaining renditions to tour UK theatres.

He has perfected the look, the moonwalk and the voice, making classic hits such as Beat It, Thriller and Billy Jean sensational.

Ben tours constantly with his team of experienced and dedicated dancers and technicians, whose combined efforts make for a spectacular show.

To book tickets (£20 adults, £15 under 16s) call the box office on 01284 758000 or go to www.theapex.co.uk.



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