Feb 28, 2015
If you’re staying in one of the hotels near the Grammy Museum at LA LIve, now is your chance to pay tribute to the King of Pop. Right now, the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live has an exhibit that is specifically dedicated to the life and legacy of Michael Jackson. If you love music, fashion, or dance, in some way Michael Jackson has left his mark and has influenced these different aspects. Some of his hit songs include “Thriller”, “Beat It”, and “Billie Jean” and he made dance moves such as the moonwalk and the robot famous. The Michael Jackson exhibit is located on the third floor of the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live and can be seen today. The museum is open Monday through Friday from 11:30am – 7pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 7:30pm. General admission to the museum is $12.95; students with a valid ID get in for $11.95; seniors 65 and over get in for $11.95, children 6-17 get in for $10.95, and military with a valid id get in for $10.95. Children five and under get in for FREE. Groups that consist of 10 people or more can get in for $10 each. If you go to the museum after 6pm and purchase your tickets at the box office, you will be able to purchase a discounted admission ticket for $8. If you love Michael Jackson, stop by the Grammy Museum at LA Live today!
Michael Jackson was born on August 29th, 1958 and was a singer, dancer, actor, songwriter, and record producer. His contributions that he made to the world of music and dance made him worthy of his title – the King of Pop. In 1964 he had his musical debut as a member of The Jackson 5, which consisted of him and his older brothers Jackie, Jermaine, Tito, and Marlon. In 1971 he began his solo career, but it was not until the early 1980s where Michael Jackson really began to become a renowned and dominant figure in the popular music industry. Not only did he take his music and dance to the next level, he is also credited with changing the game when it came to music videos. Music videos for songs such as “Thriller”, “Billie Jean” and “Beat It” transformed the media into a true art form and were even credited with breaking down racial barriers. Truly, Michael Jackson was a music legend.