MJ – The Musical at Neil Simon Theatre

MJ - The Musical Tickets

Neil Simon Theatre | New York, New York

MJ - The Musical

We have all heard about the King of Pop, but what do you really know about him? Well MJ, the musical will reveal all. It is focused around his Dangerous World Tour and once you have finished the show, you will have a totally opposing view about him. Like everything MJ, this musical will have some of the most beautiful visuals ever and of course, that unique blend of dynamism that MJ exhibited. Something this special only comes around once, and you have to be at Neil Simon Theatre on Tuesday 6th February 2024 to really appreciate it, but be warned, tickets are in short supply so be sure to get yours now.

MJ The Musical tells the tale of important moments in Michael Jackson's career and life that subsequently led to him being called the "King of Pop" and becoming one of the entertainers with the greatest record sales and the highest level of recognition throughout the history of entertainment. It concentrates on Michael Jackson's highs and lows, both of which have a long and illustrious background. The storyline of the musical is set in 1992, when Michael Jackson is making plans for his Dangerous World Tour and a writer manages to get Jackson to grant the reporter an interview.

The musical will provide you with a whole new perspective on his life, and that alone deserves your attendance at this event. You will be left engrossed by the splendid visuals as versions of the King of Pop's music, which features 25 of his best songs, including "Beat It," "Billie Jean," and "Thriller." It is so awesome that after the show, you will be practicing all the star’s signature moves and will probably moon walk out of the venue.

It should not come as a surprise that tickets will sell out very fast given the caliber of the cast performing and of course the outstanding stage design being utilized. In all honesty, you do not have any other choice but to secure your seat by purchasing them today.

MJ - The Musical at Neil Simon Theatre

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