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Elvis Tribute Schedule

There are two times of year when the world focuses on Elvis, the anniversaries of his death and his birthday. Of course, there are places like Memphis and Las Vegas where Elvis is celebrated throughout the year. If one is seeking an opportunity to see an Elvis Tribute, StubHub is the place to help you track Elvis in and out of buildings across North America. There are a number of key and highly coveted Elvis impersonators that will be quite active In August, as Elvis fans mourn the death of one of the most legendary and celebrated musicians of all time. The loss of Elvis Presley on August 16, 1977 was a devastating blow to the music industry and the legions of fans that had watched Elvis Presley shakes his hips over the decades. At the beginning of each year, the King of Rock and Roll's birth is celebrated on January 8. What is impressive about Elvis Tribute is that it is not simply a band covering the songs of Elvis Presley; it takes on the persona of the King and will make you feel like he is on stage before you. These impersonators have his affect down to his smile, lip-raised smirk and confident hip shake and head nod. Not to mention, the impersonators are dressed in the different styling of Elvis as seen during the decades of his life. Of course, it does not end there. To be a top-notch Elvis impersonator, it requires having the singing abilities that are no easy to replicate since they were one-of-a-kind. Not just anyone can impersonate Elvis - although, many have tried and failed. StubHub helps you find the best of the best of Elvis Tribute shows. If you never had the opportunity to see Elvis Presley on stage while he was alive, it is time to see an Elvis Tribute to experience what is quite close to the real thing.

About Elvis Tribute

There is no doubt that Elvis Aaron Presley is a hard act to follow, but many impersonators have continued to keep his spirit alive as his number one fans. It takes an incredibly amount of skill to not only sing Elvis songs, but to take on the character of Elvis Presley and perform on stage in front of large crowd of fans who know every Elvis song and have watched every movie starring the King. Some of the Elvis Tributes include the Elvis Anniversary Bash, Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, Elvis Explosion and Chris MacDonalds Memories of Elvis. While that is only naming a few, it provides a larger picture of how many opportunities there are to see some of the most famed Elvis impersonators as they play tribute to the beloved singer of Blue Suede Shoes, Heartbreak Hotel, Hound Dog, Love Me Tender, Don't Be Cruel, Jailhouse Rock, (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear. Elvis won hearts of many people across the globe to become a legend and the source of many speculations about his death. Like Marilyn Monroe, there have been questions about his death and whether he actually passed away on that day in August 1977 from ongoing health issues thought to have been exacerbated by drug use. Although, the Coroner Dr. Davis noted, "There is nothing in any of the data that supports a death from drugs. In fact, everything points to a sudden, violent heart attack." Since his death, there have been multiple Elvis sightings that have led fans to wonder if he faked his death to retire out of the public eye. There are so many Elvis impersonators that are spot on that it is difficult to not have what seems like a real life Elvis Presley sighting.

Elvis Tribute Breakthrough

One might wonder how the Elvis Tribute was able to breakthrough to garner sold out tickets and excited fans. It was evident after the numerous sightings of Elvis following his death that the world was not ready to let go of King. A huge hole was left in the hearts of the fans and continues to do so to anyone who spends time listening to an Elvis Greatest Hits mix or any one of his movies (e.g. Love Me Tender, Jailhouse Rock, G.I. Blues, Blue Hawaii, Girls! Girls! Girls!, Fun in Acapulco and Viva Las Vegas). This empty space has been filled with a number of Elvis impersonators playing tribute to this iconic musician. It wasn't difficult for the impersonators with the right kind of swagger, unique vocal range and handsome looks of Elvis to stand out among the numerous impersonators to be a proper Elvis Tribute.

Elvis Tribute Trivia

There is a lot of fun Elvis Presley trivia that is relevant today. In the United Kingdom, there were headlines in 2014 ranging from "Police Hunt Elvis Impersonator," Village in Lockdown as Armed Police Launch Hunt for Elvis" and "Primary School in Cornwall Closed As Police Hunt Elvis." In actuality, the police were seeking a 60-year old man who looks similar to Elvis and worked as an impersonator and the details of the case were limited in spite of the headlines taking advantage of this opportunity to catch the attention of readers. Elvis Presley still turns heads, gets clicks online and even raises money through auction. Recently, it was announced that the still sweat-stained peacock jumpsuit work by Elvis Presley is ready for auction and is expected to bring at least $200,000. According Rolling Stone Magazine who reported that the auction house explained that the jumpsuit has minor stains, browning and a broken zipper. The jumpsuit is also adorned with rhinestones and gold detailing that reminds everyone that it once belonged to the King.

Elvis Tribute Live Experience

The Elvis Tribute experience is one that audiences will never forget. It is so close to experience what it would have been like with Elvis Aaron Presley on stage, adorned in jumpsuits similar to what is being put on auction and attire from his younger years. The costuming and performance are all important aspects of the live experience that is meant to pay homage to the King. Check out any one of these Elvis Tributes to get a proper fix for your desire to see the King on stage.

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24 Jan 2015
Jan 24, 2015 2:00 PM
Keswick Theatre
Glenside, PA
2:00 p.m. EST
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