See Ms. Rebbie Jackson in Concert

It’s a Rebbie Jackson Benefit Concert in DC, Supporting the Dance Institute of Washington

The Dance Institute of Washington is honored and very pleased to inform all of its students, families and constituents that Ms. Rebbie Jackson will be headlining a special concert at the Duke Ellington Theatre on Friday, February 25, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. Rebbie Jackson is an American singer, best known as the oldest child of the successful Jackson family and sister of pop icons Michael and Janet. As a singer, Rebbie is most famous for the 1984 hit, “Centipede”.

As part of her 2011 Pick Up The Phone Tour, this spectacular show will highlight much of her famous family’s 40 years in show business and include some of the most well-known hits in music. The 1970s soul band, The Winstons, who are DC residents and natives, will serve as the opening act for the show.

Thanks to the tremendous generosity of Ms. Rebbie Jackson,
a donation from the proceeds of the show will support the Dance Institute!

You can show your support for the Dance Institute of Washington and appreciation of Ms. Rebbie Jackson and the Jackson family’s outstanding contributions to the arts and entertainment by purchasing your tickets today:
Purchase Here

Those who purchase “meet and greet” tickets to the show with the intention of supporting the Institute, will be invited to attend a special meet and greet with Ms. Jackson, her band, as well as The Winstons.

We also encourage everyone to friend Rebbie on Facebook.

The Dance Institute of Washington is a dance education institution committed to providing children and youth the opportunity to develop artistically, socially, emotionally and intellectually through the discipline of dance. DIW operates a studio school, education outreach program, youth ensemble and professional company, granting young people from diverse backgrounds the chance to experience the performing arts and develop important skills needed for a successful future-in dance and beyond.

For more information, call 202.371.9656 or visit us at


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