Elvis Live In Concert - Europe Tour June 2018
Elvis will return to Europe to visit ten new cities, and to give music fans an opportunity that many have never had before: experiencing the biggest selling solo artist in history (having sold an astonishing one billion records worldwide) in a live concert experience. The 2018 tour will once again feature the most recognizable voice of all time with a full symphony orchestra live on stage performing the King of Rock and Roll’s most well-known rock ‘n roll songs and his tender, heart-wrenching ballads -- with a very special personal appearance by Priscilla Presley.
Following the success of the two Sony Music Legacy Recordings orchestral albums "If I Can Dream" and "The Wonder Of You," and a sold out UK arena tour featuring Elvis Presley on the big screen backed by a full symphony orchestra in November 2016, a very successful European 10 date arena tour has just been completed this May.
The show features archive recordings of the king’s voice, and new orchestral arrangements of some of his biggest hits, along with several surprises, in a variety of styles that Elvis embraced -- from rock to gospel to country and ballads -- to create an overwhelmingly encapsulating and enthralling experience.
"If I Can Dream" and "The Wonder of You: Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" were both produced by Nick Patrick and Don Reedman and executive produced by Priscilla Presley, Don Reedman and Elvis Presley Enterprises. Priscilla Presley, who is set to return on stage in person at the arena shows, said, "What an honor for me to be able to produce and present a live concert experience that evolved out of what has become a very prestigious and beloved album backed by a full and rich symphony orchestra.”
Elvis: Live in Concert is produced by Elvis Presley Enterprises. The European concert tour is produced by GEA Live.
Tour Dates Europe 2018
June 1st – Sweden, Gothenborg Scandinavium
June 2nd – Sweden, Stockholm Ericsson Globe
June 3rd – Norway, Oslo Spektrum
June 4th – Denmark, Copenhagen Forum
June 6th - Hungary, Budapest, Papp László Sportarena
June 7th - Poland, Krakow, Tauron Arena
June 8th - Czech Republic, Prague, O2 Arena