Three of Michael Jackson's brothers will be in Jamaica for the 17th annual Reggae Sumfest, July 19 to 25 in Montego Bay. This year's event is dedicated to the late Michael Jackson.
Sandals Chairman Butch Stewart's private jet will fly Tito, Randy and Jackie Jackson from Los Angeles to Jamaica on July 24. Marlon and Jermaine may join their brothers for the event.
The Jackson brothers, along with mother Katherine Jackson and Michael Jackson's three children, will be special guests of the Jamaican government. They will stay at a seven-bedroom villa on Jamaica's north coast.
Michael Jackson performed in Jamaica in 1975 as a member of the Jackson 5. The group was the opening act for Bob Marley and the Wailers at the National Stadium in Kingston.
The Jackson 5 original members were Michael and Jermaine as lead singers, and Jackie, Marlon and Tito. Randy, the youngest brother in the family, replaced brother Jermaine when the group changed its name to The Jacksons in 1975.