Jermaine Jackson is planning a Michael Jackson tribute concert in London this summer, to mark the anniversary of the King of Pop's death.
Previous plans to honor Jackson in Vienna, Austria were shelved last year, but Jermaine hasn't given up hope, and he's booked London's Wembley Arena for a star-studded performance on June 8th. The show will be called Tribute By Jermaine, and will be filmed for a future DVD release
Jermaine tells Undercover.com.au, "The best way and most suitable way is to assemble the world's largest tribute in history that is only fitting to a man who moved the hearts and souls of an unimaginable amount."
He has yet to reveal who will perform at the London show.
Michael Jackson died from a cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles home on June 25th. An investigation into his death is still ongoing.