The U.K. leg of Knight’s “Midnight Train To Love” tour kicks off Oct. 6 at the Manchester Evening News Arena in Manchester and wraps up Oct. 20 at the Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre in Aberdeen.

Additional shows include two nights at Wembley Arena in London (Oct. 8-9), Trent FM Arena in Nottingham (Oct. 11), Sheffield Arena in Sheffield (Oct. 13), Liverpool Echo Arena in Liverpool (Oct. 15) and Cardiff International Arena in Cardiff (Oct. 17).

Jackson plans to perform MJ songs in addition to Jackson 5 tunes.

It’s rumored that other Jackson family members will also make an appearance on tour.

Before heading to the U.K., Knight plays two nights at Cerritos Center For the Performing Arts in Cerritos, Calif. (Sept. 25-26). She’s already booked a few dates for 2010, with performances at McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, Calif. (March 11), ArtsBlock: Grand Theatre in Wausau, Wis. (March 25) and Overture Hall in Madison, Wis. (March 26).

Jackson’s most recent date on the books, according to our database, was a December 2003 show at 400-capacity The Arbuckle Ballroom in Davis, Okla. He sold 71 tickets.

Michael Jackson will be buried at Forest Lawn Memorial-Park in Glendale, Calif., Aug. 29, which would have been his 51st birthday. He died June 25.

A Michael Jackson tribute concert is set for Sept. 26 at a 17th-century palace in Vienna, Austria. There are 85,000 passes available with tickets ranging from $85 to $712.

Tickets are available at The Web site crashed half an hour before today’s 11 a.m. EDT onsale after a million people accessed it.

Jermaine Jackson is expected to reveal the event’s lineup in the next two weeks.

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