King of Pop Pilgrimage

June 25th, marked the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death. While some fans visited Forest Lawns Cemetery, other fans mourned privately. But to celebrate the incredible life of the one and only King of Pop STA travel has created the ultimate journey for die hard fans that travel across five different continents over the course of 126 days. However, there is an edited version of this pilgrimage that lasts for 35 days.

Some locations that will be visited on the tour include:

Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, where his star appears on the Walk of Fame.

Madison Square Gardens in New York, where in 2001 he performed a Jackson 5 reunion concert.

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, which was the setting for Jackson’s 1996 song “They Don’t Care About Us.”

Lima, Peru, where Jackson shot the video for “Earth Song” in the Amazon Rainforest.

Australia, where he married Debbie Rowe in 1996.

Bahrain, where Michael fled to after being cleared of child abuse charges in 2005.

Brunei, where Jackson honored the Sultan of Brunei’s 50th birthday with a free concert.

Hungary, where the  you can find “King of Pop”  commemorated in a life sized statue made of almond paste.'
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