Michael Jackson O2 Arena show details revealed

King Of Pop to play ten dates in July, according to Tube posters

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Michael Jackson is set to play 10 live dates at the London O2 Arena in July.

The King Of Pop is set to make the announcement officially later today (March 5), but posters have already appeared on the London Underground network revealing the amount of live dates he is booked for, reports BBC News.

The tagline for the red posters, which feature Jackson dancing with one hand in the air, is 'This Is It' – giving a clue as to what the series of shows may be named.

NME.COM will be bringing you coverage of Jackson's announcement as it happens – stay tuned to the website to find out details of dates, ticket information, and what Jackson has to say.

Plus, read NME.COM's blog on Michael Jackson's live comeback and have your say now.

The Association Of Secondary Ticket Agents has warned fans not to buy Michael Jackson tickets yet as any advertised before the official announcement are unlikely to materialise.

Footage of of Michael Jackson's press conference will be streamed Michaeljacksonlive.com.


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