– A Jackson Five Exhibition was inaugurated on Tuesday in the Motown Historical Museum in this Detroit, to commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson.
The public will find photographs, awards and uniforms from the group in which Jackson launched his musical career.
The museum curator, Lina Stephens, said the exhibition celebrates the life of Jackson and recognizes the contribution he and the Jackson Five have made “to the history of Motown.” The exhibition will remain open until October.
The official program is not defined yet, and will include events commemorating the anniversary of the death of Jackson, which is on Friday. However, Stephens said the public can go to the museum to pay tribute.
A Jackson impersonator will be in front of the museum from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm.