Whether you loved him, hated him or didn't care much either way, you can't deny that Michael Jackson was and always will be a music legend. With bleached white socks, a sparkling glove and a few raunchy dance moves, Michael knew how to put on an entertaining show. Let's face it, it's been more than two decades and you can't get "Thriller" or "Billie Jean" out of your head. So forget about the rumors, the tragedies and the trial, because with Laser Spectacular, it's all about a technological tribute to Michael Jackson's music. Presented for the first time in 1986, Paramount's Laser Spectacular is considered the world's largest touring laser show and has had sold-out performances in Houston, Chicago, Baltimore and Las Vegas. This time around, audience members will be able to enjoy a combination of multimedia and legendary tunes. The performance features a Michael Jackson tribute artist, 3-D holographic images of the legendary musician himself and interview segments from people honoring the life of this famous musician and singer. Long live the King of Pop. Performances take place at The Majestic, 1925 Elm St., at 3:30 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $29.50 to $37.50. For more information, visit liveatthemajestic.com.
Sun., Dec. 27, 3:30 & 7:30 p.m., 2009