Organizers of the festivities for Michael Jackson’s 30th anniversary concert have expanded it to two shows.
In addition to the original Sept. 7 date, a second concert will be held Sept. 10 at Madison Square Garden, publicists announced Monday. At both concerts, Jackson is scheduled to perform music from his upcoming album, “Invincible.”
The concerts will mark the King of Pop’s 30-year-long solo recording career.
Organizers have tapped a “who’s who” of entertainers to pay tribute to Jackson, including ‘N Sync, Whitney Houston, Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, Luther Vandross, Britney Spears and Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott.
The 42-year-old Jackson also will reunite with his brothers for the first time in years.
The show is scheduled to be broadcast on CBS at a later date.