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The Jacksons Announce Australian Tour, March 2013

Written by Marc Zanotti on December 10, 2012

The remaining brothers of The Jackson 5 are coming to Australia for a five-stop tour during March 2013. As reported by, Michael Jackson’s surviving brothers Jermaine, Tito, Jackie and Marlon (Randy Jackson is not reported as being part of the tour) will include a selection of Michael’s classics into the set list.

Reportedly, Michael’s songs Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough, Rock With You, Wanna Be Startin’ Something and Gone Too Soon will appear alongside some of The Jackson 5’s most memorable hits, such as ABC, I’ll Be There and I Want You Back.

Marlon Jackson said while all of Michael’s brothers are still dealing with their loss, the Unity Tour gives them a chance to celebrate The King of Pop’s legacy with his fans.

“It’s actually a Jacksons’ concert; of course we are going to pay homage to our brother,” explained Marlon, “You can feel his presence on that stage and I find myself remembering how we used to dance together back when we were kids.”

The Jacksons – Unity Tour – Australian Tour Dates

Thursday, 14th March
Perth Arena, Perth

Saturday, 16th March
Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney

Sunday, 17th March
Wollongong Entertainment Centre, Wollongong

Tuesday, 19th March
Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, Melbourne

Sunday, 24th March
Brisbane Riverstage, Brisbane

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