Programs marking the 2nd death anniversary of King of Pop Michael Jackson.

The King can not be seen with
this pose

June 25, 2009, Pop God of the world Michael Jackson, 50,  (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009) left the world forever leaving millions of his fans just to moan for and celebrate the death anniversary with his memories and relics. As the day draws near for the second times, elaborate programs are expected to be taken place. But only two are known- Aerial Tour for fans over Neverland Ranch in California and a reunion tour by the Jackson Brothers to perform their 5 old songs. There has been a tremendous amount of speculation over the fate of Neverland since Jackson's death. Some want the private amusement park to be open to the public, while others, in particular a group simply called "Never!" strongly oppose the creation of what would inevitably become a West Coast Graceland. The ranch has plenty to offer as an attraction: Jackson was a collector of movie industry ephemera and all manner of trinkets. His holdings include Edward's Scissorhands, a lot of fancy cars, and a tons of Star Wars memorabilia. Outside, there is the Ferris wheel, Pirate Ship, train station and small zoo. Last year Hollywood gadfly Perez Hilton reported (probably not the right word) that Jackson's children planned to make Neverland into a "community park and center for animals," but for now die hard fans will have to stay airborne.

The Santa Barbara News-Press reports the half hour pakage "Flight Over Neverland" runs from 9 a.m. to sunset on June 24 and June 25 costing $175 per person and $500 (ticket available). The flights depart Santa Barbara Municipal Airport on June 24 and Santa Ynez Airport on June 25.

Marking the 2nd anniversary, Michael Jackson's brothers are working on a reunion tour to perform their old Jackson 5 songs, Jermaine Jackson said Monday. "Michael would want us to continue on," Jackson said, after he unveiled an exhibit of his brother's wax statues at Madame Tussauds in Hollywood. "The brothers now are ready just to keep the legacy going and the music," Jackson said. "We're meeting today about putting a tour together just to play the music because it's such wonderful music. We need to continue to play this music because it's healing for us."
Neverland Ranch, Los Angels, California
Michael Jackson, singer-songwriter, record producer, composer, musician, dancer, choreographer, actor, businessman and philanthropist died of acute propofol intoxication after he suffered cardiac arrest at his home in the Holmby Hills neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, USA. In his live he won countless awards and recognition and reached the peak of everything he touched except death. R&B, pop, rock, soul, dance, new jack swing, funk and disco, this moon walker mastered all these genres.
Three stages of Jackson's life
In his career (1964-2009) he released many albums. Among them are Studio albums 10, Live albums 1, Compilation albums 67, EPs 6, Soundtracks 2 and Remix albums 7. This King of Pop's hit albums are Got to Be There (1972), Ben (1972), Music & Me (1973), Forever, Michael (1975), Off the Wall (1979), Thriller (1982), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I (1995) and Invincible (2001).

Michael Jackson "The King of Pop" is all history!!!!!!!!

He left three children Prince, Paris and Blanket money and property costs above billion doller with his royalty income.

We will never forget you >>>>>>>>

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