Michael Jackson's fans will get one last chance to say goodbye to the pop superstar.
Sources have confirmed to Access Hollywood that both private and public services will be held in honor of the King of Pop.
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In addition, a private funeral will be held at Jackson's famed estate in Santa Barbara for the family on Sunday, NBC News and CNN reported.
Earlier on Tuesday, Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department officials confirmed to E! News that plans were indeed in the works for a Neverland memorial.
"Our role will primarily be traffic, but also crowd control," department spokesperson Lt. Butch Arnoldi told E!. "We will also be making sure there is no trespassing on neighboring ranches and stuff like that. We would be stationed on the perimeter of the house. The actual roadway will be the responsibility of the CHP."
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Michael's brothers — Jackie, Jermaine and Tito Jackson — made a trip to the Santa Barbara County ranch over the weekend, following the death of their brother.
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