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Michael Jackson Releases Production Tickets for O2 Shows

June 23, 2009 9:27 AM ET

As the start date for Michael Jackson's historic 50-show run at London's O2 Arena draws near — the shows are scheduled to kick off on July 13th — "rehearsals are underway with the full production staged," according to an e-mail sent to those who registered to buy tickets. The note informed recipients that AEG Live is releasing a limited number of production tickets, though dates are not specified. A password will be sent to those who successfully registered for the ticket lottery at the Michael Jackson Live Website, and seats will go on sale tomorrow (June 24th) at 8 a.m. GMT. VIP packages that run from £770 to £790 per person (approximately $1,256 to $1,292) are still available.

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