The King is alive.
Our exclusive pictures show Elvis performing last night in Reykjavik’s Eldborg Hall, Iceland.
They were forwarded to the LEP by Beverley Hills-based SEG EVENTS with the message: “We are now in Reykjavik for the opening show of the tour – here are some photos of the production showing the effect and dimension of Elvis performing with the new live band and singers.”
In celebration of Elvis recording That’s All Right in 1954 and the 60th Anniversary of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Graceland and Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. is bringing Elvis on Stage to Preston Guild Hall on Wednesday, May 7.
The show uses the latest technology so Elvis performs via state-of-the art video screens singing lead vocals backed by a live band, singers and an orchestra.
Together, this multi-media creation puts the audience inside an Elvis Presley concert presented exactly like one of his classic live performances in a Las Vegas showroom.
A spokesman said: “This is what an Elvis Presley concert was like, and exactly what it would be like today with technological enhancements – experience Elvis as you never have – and see why they call him the King.”
Tickets: £32, £29.