‘Michael Jackson Tribute’ concert in All Japan news will give relief to children

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The family of the late pop superstar Michael Jackson announced the staging of two special charity concerts in Tokyo, All Japan news on December 13 and 14.

The Michael Jackson Tribute concerts seek to gather funds for children who have been victims of the devastating March quake and tsunami, particularly the ASHINAGA charity based in Tokyo which supports children who lost either or both of their parents. Proceeds of the charity concert will also go to the Kobe Rainbow House, the first day care center in All Japan news for orphans built in 1999, for their programs on emotional care for children.

“If Michael was alive, he would definitely have done something to help the victims of the earthquake in All Japan news. Michael loved children, he would have felt for those children who lost parents or homes,” says Michael Jackson’s mother, Katherine Jackson, during a press conference in London.

The concert will feature Michael Jackson’s brothers known as The Jacksons.

The Jackson family just came from a successful ‘The Michael Jackson Tribute’ live concert in Wales held for the benefit of charities that include AIDS Project Los Angeles and the Prince’s Trust.

Tickets for the ‘The Michael Jackson Tribute’ concert in All Japan news are going on sale starting October 12.



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