The Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular Tickets
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|Event Venue & Location||Date & Time||Tickets|
North Shore Center For The Performing Arts - Center East
Jan 16 2020
The Venue at Horseshoe Casino
Jan 18 2020
Procter & Gamble Hall at Aronoff Center
Feb 29 2020
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If you are a fan of the iconic artist named Elvis Presley then you are in for a treat as the Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular show is coming your way. If you are interested in reliving Presley's musical career then you should definitely make your way to the show by getting your hands on cheap the Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular tickets within due course of time.
Elvis Aaron Presley, more commonly known as Elvis, was born in 1935 and was a world famous singer and actor. He was mostly called "the King" and also "the King of Rock and Roll". Elvis is also known to be one of the greatest musicians of the twentieth century. Elvis started pursuing a career in music from the year 1954. At that time he signed a contract with Sun Records; a company that wanted to popularize African-American music and bring it to the mainstream scene. Elvis gained instant fame due to the unique and contemporary sound that he brought forth. His music presented a fusion between rhythm, country and blues music that showcased elements of up-tempo and rock-ability music. Elvis, in his lifetime released a total of twenty two studio albums, six live albums, and thirteen compilation albums, thirty EPs, one hundred and eleven singles and nineteen soundtracks. Out of these studio albums, nine went platinum while seven others received gold certification. Elvis has been able to produce twenty chart topping albums and thirty three chart topping singles; a feat only achieved by him. Though Elvis passed away in 1977, his legacy and music is still considered to be amongst the greatest of all times.
Fans of Elvis now have a chance to listen to his greatest hits, as the Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular show prepares a concert where the singer's music will be celebrated and audiences will be provided with an era by era listening experience. The concert will be divided into five uniquely styled phases. As it will start off with his earliest album releases and the segment is known as the "Rock-a-Billy" phase where you can listen to songs such as Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes, I Forgot to Remember to Forget, Hound Dog, Don't be Cruel and Any Way You Want Me, just to name a few. The second phase depicts Elvis's induction into the US army, where he served for two years. During this time, his record label company released ten singles and a compilation album that included old material. The ten singles hit the top forty spots on US charts while his compilation album made it to the third spot on the LP chart. The third phase showcases his interest and entry into movies, for which he provided soundtracks. His very first movie was called G. I. Blues whose soundtrack became a chart topping album. This phase of the concert will present songs from soundtracks such as Loving You, King Creole, Blue Hawaii, Girls! Girls! Girls!, Kissin' Cousins, Girl Happy, Frankie and Johnny and Spinout, just to name a few.
The fourth phase of the Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular show will feature his comeback that occurred in the year 1968, in which Elvis rocked the stage at an extravagant comeback show. Fans will get to listen to chart topping hits such as If I Can Dream, In the Ghetto, Don't Cry Daddy, Suspicious Minds and Kentucky Rain. The fifth and last phase of the concert will feature songs from his Las Vegas performances, where Elvis performed his final shows and international tours, before his death in 1977. The Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular show will star singers like Shawn Klush named 2007's "Elvis Tribute Artist", Brandon Bennett 2008's "Elvis Tribute Artist" and Donny Edwards, winner of the Elvis Presley Enterprises' "Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Concert", for two years in a row. These people have been named the closest thing to the real deal i.e. the King. So if you are interested in making your way to the upcoming the Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular show, then remember to purchase cheap the Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular tickets.
The Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular Tickets Prices
The average The Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular tickets price will cost you between $102 and $132, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Procter & Gamble Hall at Aronoff Center, Cincinnati on 29/02/2020. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 16/01/2020 at the North Shore Center For The Performing Arts - Center East, Skokie.
Minimum get in price is for The Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular tickets is $41 for the event being held at the Procter & Gamble Hall at Aronoff Center, Cincinnati on 29/02/2020 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the The Venue at Horseshoe Casino, Hammond on 18/01/2020 will set you back $59.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular||Skokie||16-Jan-20||$132||$48|
|The Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular||Hammond||18-Jan-20||$111||$59|
|The Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular||Cincinnati||29-Feb-20||$102||$41|
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