Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s return to the throne as the King of Rock ’n’ Roll, it's the UK’s number one concert show.
If you were to take a trip back in time to the summer of 1969, you’d find Elvis pacing nervously backstage at the International Hotel, Las Vegas.
Presley’s famed Comeback Special appearance on national TV the previous year had propelled him back into the public eye. However, it had been seven years since his last concert show, and the question that begged to be answered was – could Elvis still cut it live on stage?”
The answer came in emphatic style as Presley regained his crown before an audience of 2,200, including many celebrities, that gave him no less than three standing ovations.
With Suspicious Minds topping the charts the same year, there could be no doubt that the king had regained his crown.
A Vision of Elvis takes you back to those lavish Vegas spectaculars and beyond, taking in all the million-sellers of a hit-packed career.
It stars Rob Kingsley, winner of the National Tribute Music Awards’ "Official Elvis Show" and "No1 Male Tribute".
The production was also voted both Grand European Champion and Best Vegas Elvis at Europe's largest Elvis competition.
Rob says the Comeback Special and International Hotel concerts secured Elvis’ place in history as the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
“This production,” he says, “celebrates their 50th anniversary and is testament that his songs live on and the King still rules.
“A Vision of Elvis recreates the drama and intensity of that comeback concert and proceeds with the King to his Vegas debut and the electrifying concert years, featuring Elvis’s greatest hits including, Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes, Hound Dog, Jailhouse Rock, All Shook Up, In The Ghetto, Suspicious Minds American Trilogy and many more.