American superstar Michael Jackson has postponed a pricey Tokyo Christmas event to next year so he could add another date to his schedule to meet fans, organizers said. Jackson had been set to appear in a December 19 "Premium Christmas Party" for 1,600 fans in an event to include dancers, a band and gospel singers. According to an Internet notice, the event, renamed as "Premium V.I.P. Party," has been rescheduled to March 8 and will offer more tickets at high prices. For 400,000 yen ($3,428), 300 "platinum" ticket holders can "meet and greet" Jackson and have a picture taken with the star. The ticket will include food, drinks and a glass of champagne. Jackson himself will not perform and will watch the show from a special VIP area, the advertisement said. He will also make some brief remarks. Previously, 200 platinum tickets were on offer. In an additional "Fan Appreciation Day" event on the following day, tickets costing 15,000 yen will allow fans to view a show of dancers performing to Jackson’s hit songs while the star watches from a special area.
Who wants to bet that he will postpone his March dates too?