MJ Day at NJPAC on June 11

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INVINCIBLE is returning to NJPAC in Newark NJ

Producer Darrin Ross has been putting his blockbuster show, "Invincible: A Glorious Tribute to Michael Jackson," before the adoring public for seven years. Each year is a learning process. Invincible wins, may lose but never fails. After all, INVINCIBLE ...is Invincible!!!! The Divine has blessed the "Invincible" show. This year, Invincible is back at NJPAC. As a matter of fact, NJPAC was so pleased with Invincible last year the venue has agreed to sponsor a "Michael Jackson Day" this year, June 11th.

Invincible has joined forces with The Jackson's Greatest Memories Collection (one of the largest collectors of MJ Memorabilia on the east coast), so fans can view the large display earlier in the day. So NJPAC and Invincible advise fans to dress in their best MJ regalia, listen to their favorite MJ songs. Eat, Drink and be surprised, etc. Best of all fans should be prepared to enjoy a day of never seen before items, dances and routines that MJ worked out with his choreographer but never brought to the national stage. The INVINCIBLE show is at 8PM but come early so they can see the exhibit. VIP tickets get fans the best seats in the house, a poster, allows availability to see the MJ Collection, and a meet and greet session with the MJ performers after the show.

Invincible will bring the power of Michael's "Invincible" to the NJPAC stage with the impact of 2000 Watts. Darrin Ross plans to introduce a never seen before show that will leave the audience Speechless via an Unbreakable chain of dance numbers and Invincible tunes that will return the ghost of Michael to the concert stage. A guaranteed heart breaker that is so creatively ingenious, INVINCIBLE will be nothing short of Invincible. Of course there cannot be a Michael Jackson concert without the songs he made famous, songs like Billy Jean, Thriller, Beat It, Smooth Criminal and more.

The thrill of continuing the legacy, showcasing the memorabilia and bringing new dances that Lavelle and Michael worked on before Michael's death to NJPAC, is the ultimate tribute to the legendary Michael Jackson. The Invincible show is sure to cause the type of excitement that will pack NJPAC and draw thousands of MJ fans to witness Michael Jackson...continued.

Come Celebrate Michael for One Night Only at NJPAC in Newark, NJ, where NJPAC and Invincible will be honoring the life and legacy of the King of Pop himself. So put on your Michael Jackson regalia, come meet the artists, see the exhibit, eat the food and be ready for a few special surprises in honor of the King of Pop on “Michael Jackson Day.”

For Group Sales visit www.njpac.org/buytickets/groupsales or contact Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000 and/or visit www.ticketmaster.com. Call the NJPAC box office at 888-466-5722 or see www.njpac.org The time is NOW, the place is NJPAC, and there's always surprises when the show is “INVINCIBLE.” So get your tickets, bring the entire family, dress in your best MJ outfit and come celebrate the life and times of the legendary Michael Jackson! Created, produced and directed by Bessie Award winner Darrin Ross of RossLive Entertainment. Advanced Discount Parking Vouchers for this event are $18 and may be purchased at http://www.ticketmaster.com/evet/0004F5CF3F1FD29…)

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