MJ – The Life Story of Michael Jackson at Neil Simon Theatre

MJ - The Life Story of Michael Jackson Tickets

Neil Simon Theatre | New York City, New York

MJ the musical will be coming to Neil Simon Theatre on Tuesday 18th April 2023 and what a show it is going to be. The organization behind the show has done an amazing job at recreating the King of Pop’s life – so much so that it has received critical acclaim. The stage design is absolutely eye-popping and the music will leave you with a new perspective of MJ. Like everything MJ, tickets for this event will sell out very quick but we’ve got your back! You can buy yours here but you got to get them today!.

MJ - The Life Story of Michael Jackson at Neil Simon Theatre

Don’t you wish you could have a broader comprehension of Michael Jackson? Well, you undoubtedly have arrived at the right place. You will honesty go away from the musical with an entirely new perspective on his life and career, which resulted in him being titled the "King of Pop" and becoming one of the artists with the highest recorded sales and the most extensive recognition in music history. The story of the musical takes place in the year 1992, when Michael Jackson was prepping for his Dangerous World Tour and a journalist gets to talk him into doing an interview.

Many of the artist's most biggest hits, such as "Beat It," "Billie Jean," and "Thriller," will be used in the musical and ff it isn't already obvious, it really ought to be that this show has all the perfect elements that will take you on an emotional journey. Not only will you will leave the event with a fresh wisdom of Michael Jackson, and you will probably exit the show by moon walking out, but don’t worry, you will not be the only one!

Tickets are expected to sell out very quickly, particularly given the caliber of the cast and the amazing design of the stage. You really only have this opportunity to get your tickets before someone else beats you to it. So, you shouldn't delay.

MJ - The Life Story of Michael Jackson at Neil Simon Theatre

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