Michael Jackson: Music Legend Performed At The National Bowl 27 Years Ago Today (September 10)

Sources: OneMK – Chris Knight | All Things Michael

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American music icon Michael Jackson performed live at The National Bowl in Milton Keynes 27 years ago today (September 10), as part of the Bad world tour which spanned 127 shows.

Opening with Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’, the singer reeled off hits such as Smooth Criminal, Dirty Diana, Thriller, and Billie Jean, before finishing with Man in the Mirror.

Take a look below at news coverage of Jackson’s sensational showing in Milton Keynes:

The Bad tour was the singer’s first ever solo world tour, opening in Tokyo on September 12, 1987. Concluding on January 27, 1989, the tour spanned a total of 16 months and reached more than four million fans across the globe.

Below is another snippet of Jackson’s performance at The National Bowl:

Despite an impressive collection of hits, Jackson is undoubtedly best remembered for his hit Thriller:

Were you at Jackson’s concert at The National Bowl 27 years ago today?

 

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2 thoughts on “Michael Jackson: Music Legend Performed At The National Bowl 27 Years Ago Today (September 10)

  1. The “reclusive Jackson” hiding behind smoked glass turns into human electricity the minute he sets foot on stage. As much as I’ve tried I’ve never understood the instantaneous transformation. Our Michael was a fascinating man.

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