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February 26, 2021

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This world-class show is the ultimate tribute to Michael Jackson. Celebrate the music, the magic and all the history.  This is the closest you will ever get to seeing the King of Pop in concert…

HIStory is a spectacular tribute to the King of Pop – Michael Jackson. This sensational recreation of pop history is on tour around the world in 2011 and 2012.

Headlining the show direct from Las Vegas: the world’s Number One Michael Jackson impersonator, Kenny Wizz, will bring to the world  audiences the chance to relive the legend.  Together with a band of talented musicians, fully choreographed dancers,  authentic  costumes and an amazing production, HIStory is the recreation of what the fans want – a Michael Jackson concert!

Kenny was born in Los Angeles, California. Growing up, he performed with his own street dancing troupe. Around his twentieth birthday the biggest-selling album of all time, Thriller, was released by Michael Jackson. Bearing an uncanny resemblance to Michael, his ability to execute all the dance moves, as well as his renditions of all the famous songs, ensured he was soon in demand in Las Vegas. For the past eleven years Kenny has performed in the show Splash at the Riviera Hotel and Casino paying tribute to the King of Pop.

This musical biography will take you back to the Jackson 5 and then on a thrilling journey as hit after hit tells the story of one of the greatest pop icons the world has ever known.  HIStory features more than twenty songs – all performed live by Kenny  – including ABC, Ben, Smooth Criminal, Beat It and many, many more.
Michael Jackson remains the undisputed King of Pop and one of the greatest stars of all time. HIStory celebrates his extraordinary talent and is a show you do not want to miss. This weekend see the show at Twin Towns on Saturday


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