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2018 Elvis Week Memphis

& Images of the King Contest

Memphis, Tennessee

August 10-19, 2018

The original Elvis Tribute Artist Contest and Showcase since 1987.


The line up for Elvis Week Memphis & Images of the King 2018 has been announced and tickets go on sale January 2nd!

 

THE MEGA PASS FOR ALL EVENTS AT THE NEW DAISY THEATER* WILL GO ON SALE JANUARY 2, 2018 AT 10 AM (EST).

 

TICKETS FOR THE ELVIS WEEK BENEFIT CONCERT FOR ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AND THE IMAGES OF THE KING: CHAMPION’S BREAKFAST WILL ALSO GO ON SALE JANUARY 2, 2018 at 10 AM (EST).

 

We hare happy to bring you four nighttime production shows with exciting high energy entertainment including the “Dean Z Show,” “Dwight Icenhower: Reflections on Elvis,” “Elvis Meets the Beatles” starring the Liverpool Legends and “Jukebox LIVE,” featuring Jay Dupuis.  And, in addition to the three rounds of competition to see who is this year’s Images of the King Work Champion, we’ll present three matinees: Our new production “Elvis Meets MoTown” starring Bobby Brooks Wilson son of MoTown pioneer Jackie Wilson, a new production “Elvis: The Next Generation” introducing (or reintroducing) some of the young new up and coming ETAs and the “Images of the King World Champion’s Concert” with an appearance by Diogo Light and many other.

 

The week of Elvis entertainment will also feature happy hour’s at the Holiday Inn Memphis Airport (or host hotel) and three late night events: our first ever “Elvis Week Prom,” an “Elvis Week Roast of Irv (I.C. Hot) Cass,” and the return of the “Great ETA Auction,” to benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

 

And we end the week as we always do, with a very special concert that raises funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.  Over the past three years we’ve contributed almost $44,000.  Please show your support for the music and a cause by attending.

 

See the Elvis Week Schedule for all the details.

 

See you in Memphis.

 

 

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“Back in 1986, when we first started working on the show, we had no idea that people would still be interested 27 years later. Carry on!”

– Jackie Myrick (Jackie Franklin), January 2013