Motown celebrates its 50th anniversary with Stevie Wonder, Temptations performance

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Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, the Temptations, and other headliners will perform at Motown's 50th anniversary in Detroit on November 20-21.

The event, titled 'Live It Again!' benefits the Motown Historical Museum, located in the original "Hitsville USA" headquarters on West Grand Boulevard.

Tributes will be presented to Motown's founder Berry Gordy, Jr. and his wife Ester Gordy Edwards, Michael Jackson and Levi Tubbs of the Four Tops, Smokey Robinson, one of the First Five, and other songwriters such as Brian Holland.

The weekend gala includes a formal dinner dance at the hotel ballroom at the General Motor's Renaissance Center. It also includes special events before at 6 pm and afterwards at 11:30 open to the public.