As Graceland prepares to mark the milestone 40th anniversary of Elvis' passing this August, it has announced the U.S. debut of "Elvis: Live in Concert," an all-new concert production featuring Elvis Presley on the big screen accompanied by a live orchestra, coming to 12 cities this August. This critically-acclaimed stage event, which has sold out arenas across the world since last November, is inspired by the award-winning, chart-topping album releases, "If I Can Dream" and "The Wonder of You," which feature remastered vocals of the king's voice and new orchestral arrangements of some of his biggest hits.
The concert tour features Elvis Presley as he has never been heard or seen before - with remastered vocals and the full, rich sound of a live orchestra, as well as performance footage rarely seen on the big screen. The production features many of Elvis' biggest hits, as it celebrates the music, life and legacy of the greatest entertainer of all time.
Starting with its world debut in the United Kingdom last November, its recent tour throughout Europe and its current tour throughout Australia, this production has received rave reviews from the media and audiences worldwide.
August 2 Akron, Ohio (Goodyear Theater)
August 3 Cincinnati, Ohio (PNC Pavilion)
August 4 Huber Heights, Ohio (Rose Music Center at the Heights)
August 6 Uncasville, Connecticut (Mohegan Sun)
August 9 Montclair, New Jersey (The Wellmont Theater)
August 11 Baltimore, Maryland (Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric)
August 12 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (The Mann Center for the Performing Art
August 13 Brooklyn, New York (Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk)
August 16 Memphis, Tennessee (FedexForum)
August 17 Atlanta, Georgia (Chastain Park Amphitheatre)
August 18 Clearwater, Florida (Ruth Eckerd Hall)
August 19 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (Broward Center for the Performing Arts)