Washington, Mar 5 (ANI): Fans of Michael Jackson have been warned by a music industry watchdog not to buy tickets for the singer's upcoming tour unless official vendors sell them.
Jackson is expected to announce a comeback tour at a press conference in London on March 5, his first live dates since 1996.
His fans have been warned of illegal sellers offering counterfeit tickets for the tour.
"We are warning people not to buy tickets that are not yet on sale because it is unlikely that they will receive those tickets," Contactmusic quoted Graham Burns, head of the U.K.'s Association of Secondary Ticket Agents, as saying.
"It's impossible when the dates haven't been announced to be selling tickets for something when there are no announced dates," he added.
Jackson is rumoured to be planning a massive 30-date stint at London's O2 Arena this summer.
The shows will top Prince's 21-night residency at the venue in 2007. (ANI)