Forever Jackson Tribute Night

24 Nov
  • Forever Jackson
  • Forever Jackson

Telegraph Way

Morn Hill, Winchester

SO21 1HZ

'Forever Jackson' is the ultimate tribute to Michael Jackson, headlining events across the world and now in Winchester!

Awarded the 'No.1 UK Tribute Show to Michael Jackson, Holiday Inn Winchester aredelighted to be holding a tribute to the late great King of Pop.
Including a 3 course set meal, entertainment and disco. Taking place from 7pm- midnight. Accommodation is available with breakfast, subject to availability. 
Please note: This event is for over 18's only. To register your interest, please contact the events team on 01962 670 700.

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