Celebrating the music, the magic and all the history – the world’s most loved Michael Jackson tribute show, HIStory, is returning to Australia this year with a revamped production and new star, Dantanio.
Since its re-launch in early 2015, this spectacular tribute to the King of Pop has been touring the globe and will visit 14 Australian metropolitan and regional locations in June and July.
Replacing Kenny Wizz to headline HIStory, is the world’s premier Michael Jackson impersonator, Dantanio, who sensationally recreates pop history with a band of talented musicians, choreographed dancers, authentic costumes and brilliant effects.
A musical biography, HIStory will journey through Michael Jackson’s vast and incredible catalogue of work including his beginnings as a member of Jackson 5, his groundbreaking theatrics in the 80s and his evolution onwards into the 21st century.
Over 20 songs will be performed live by Dantanio including ABC, Ben, Smooth Criminal and Beat It. In this stunning recreation of a Michael Jackson concert, HIStory will celebrate an extraordinary talent and relive the magic of one of the greatest pop icons the world has ever known.
The newly revamped production stays mostly true to its original concert format that has toured since 2011 but now combines Michael Jackson’s greatest hits with refined choreography, updated costumes and innovative new production elements – making the show a fresh experience for all.

Visit www.mjhistoryshow.com for ticketing and further information.

8pm on 16th June Brisbane Queensland Performing Arts Centre – Concert Hall www.qpac.com.au
8pm on 17th June Gold Coast Jupiters Hotel & Casino www.jupitersgoldcoast.com.au
6pm on 21st June Port Macquarie The Glasshouse www.glasshouse.org.au
8pm on 22nd June Newcastle Civic Theatre www.civictheatrenewcastle.com.au
8pm on 24th June Sydney State Theatre www.statetheatre.com.au
7pm on 26th June Canberra The Playhouse www.canberratheatrecentre.com.au
8pm on 2nd July Ballarat Her Majesty’s www.hermaj.com
8pm on 7th July Frankston Arts Centre www.artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au
8pm on 12th July Bendigo Ulumbarra Theatre www.thecapital.com.au
8pm on 15th July Melbourne Her Majesty’s Theatre www. premier.ticketek.com.au
8pm on 18th July Adelaide Festival Theatre www.bass.net.au
8pm on 22nd July Bunbury Stage One Theatre www.bunburyentertainment.com
8pm on 23rd July Perth Astor Theatre www.astortheatreperth.com
7pm on 24th July Mandurah Mandurah PAC www.manpac.com.au

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