Get All Shook Up with Elvis at the 2019 Parkes Elvis Festival

Get All Shook Up with Elvis at the 2019 Parkes Elvis Festival

Coming back for the 27th time, Parkes Elvis Festival: All Shook Up with feature artist Ted Torres Martin, promises to deliver five days of hip-swinging beats from January 9-13, 2019 in Parkes, New South Wales.

Martin, the multi-talented American actor/singer/songwriter/musician, is set to perform four remarkable tribute shows at the Parkes Leagues Club.

Details of the four tribute shows:

  •   Thursday 10th: Cruising through Elvis key career areas in The Hill Billy Cat: The Making of a King (1955 – 1958)
  •   Friday 11th: Re-live Elvis’ iconic comeback show in If I Can Dream: The Greatest Comeback.
  •   Saturday 12th: Exploring his final years with My Way: A Journey Through the 70s.
  •   Sunday 13th: Wrap up with All Shook Up: The King at His Best.

Martin has toured extensively around the world including USA, Germany, Australia, Italy, Japan, Norway and Singapore.

He is the 2016 “Images of The King” world champion and was named Top Tribute two years in a row by Elvis Presley Enterprises.

Parkes Elvis Festival will once again host the preliminary round of the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest for those who are eager to experience more live Elvis magic.

Leading Elvis tribute artists from Australia will battle it out with contestants abroad to represent Parkes during the semi-final round of the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest in Memphis, USA.

The event includes the headline Feature Concert series, Northparkes Mines Street Parade, Renewal of Vows Ceremony, free ARTC Cooke Park Main Stage Entertainment, Elvis Gospel Service, and much more!

Event details:
Parkes Elvis Festival 2019
Dates: 9-13 January 2019
Theme: All Shook Up – celebrating all things ’50s
Location: Parkes, NSW, Australia

Find out more information on the exhibition on Facebook HERE and their website HERE.

Anisha Mistry

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