CLEVELAND — Hours after the memorial service in Los Angeles, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland will honor Michael Jackson with a candlelight vigil.
The event scheduled for Tuesday night will include remarks from a local church pastor and from Terry Stewart, president and CEO of the rock hall and museum. Fans will be invited to give their own testimonials to the King of Pop during the ceremony on the hall's outdoor plaza.
Also on Tuesday, the museum plans to unveil a special memorial wall dedicated to Jackson, a two-time rock hall inductee. He was inducted in 1997 as part of the Jackson 5 and then again in 2001 as a solo artist.
The hall's collection includes several outfits Jackson performed in and one of those very familiar gloves.