Organizers have announced that Michael Jackson‘s tribute concert will be held in Vienna at Schoenbrunn Palace on September 26, 2009. Michael’s older brother Jermaine Jackson, who told Larry King that Vienna was a special place for Michael, because he “loved castles,” is expected to announce the line-up for the concert within the next two weeks. “I have invited many of the most acclaimed talents of our time,” Jermaine Jackson said on the website promoting the concert, “and many have already confirmed to perform in honor of my beloved brother.” Organizers World Awards Media said: “The concept of The Tribute is that some of the world’s leading artists will perform Michael Jackson’s greatest hits live on stage in an imperial setting, befitting the King of Pop.” Jermaine Jackson added that he expects the tribute to be the first of an annual series of charity concerts to keep his brother’s “humanitarian legacy” alive. “I want to make people aware of the humanitarian side of Michael,” Jermaine Jackson said. “I want to show them how his true emphasis wasn’t music, or performing; it was improving the world. Understand this, and you begin to understand the essence of who my brother was.” World Awards Media said that “a substantial portion of the proceeds” will be donated to charities.