More than 2,000 MICHAEL JACKSON fans gathered at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday night (07Jul09) to celebrate the King of Pop's life with a song and dance.
Hours after the Thriller hitmaker was feted at a star-studded memorial service in Los Angeles' Staples Center, devotees gathered in Cleveland to remember Jackson, a double Hall of Fame inductee, in a candlelight vigil.
Fans left floral tributes and notes to the singer inside the museum's lobby and then headed to the building's plaza to dance to a number of Jackson hits. They even provided onlookers with an a cappella rendition of Jackson 5 song I'll Be There, led by a local church pastor.
Earlier in the day, Hall of Fame president and CEO Terry Stewart unveiled a special wall dedicated to the pop superstar.
Jackson was first honoured by the prestigious institution in 1997 as part of the Jackson 5, and received recognition for his solo achievements in 2001.