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Memories of Elvis

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Sunday, September 22 at 3pm
Smith Opera House

Get ready to enjoy not one, but three incredible artists paying tribute to the one and only Elvis Presley! This entertaining performance includes 3 tributes to Elvis at different phases of his phenomenal career. From the 1950’s to Elvis’s years in Las Vegas and a recreation of Elvis’s famous “Aloha in Hawaii” performance… you will feel as though you’ve just taken a journey though music with Elvis Presley himself!

Prices range from $35, $45, plus $75 VIP (not including fees). Tickets go on sale Friday June 21st, 2019 at 10am. $75 VIP tickets include best seating in house, meet and greet session, and photo-op with the performers.


All three Elvis performers, from top to bottom: Cody Ray Slaughter, Patrick Johnson, Matthew Boyce


Cody Ray Slaughter is 2011 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist and is endorsed by Elvis Presley Enterprises.

Cody has performed all across the country as “Elvis” in the traveling production of the Tony Award-winning sensation “Million Dollar Quartet” and was nominated as best featured actor for his role. He has also been on Late Night with David Letterman and has traveled the US, Canada and the UK. His uncanny portrayal of Elvis Presley exhibits his amazing love for who he calls, “the greatest entertainer of all time”.

Gracing the stage will also be Patrick Johnson, star of Legends On Stage and is considered by many to be one of the elite tribute artists in the entertainment business. As a leading Elvis Presley tribute artist, he has traveled far and wide; recreating the music and excitement of Elvis Presley in concerts, casinos, and corporate events throughout the United States, Europe, and Canada.

Matthew Boyce is an award winning Elvis Tribute Artist from Saratoga Springs, NY. Matthew is considered by many to be one of the most historically accurate representations of Elvis due to the amount of time and effort put into this tribute. Everything on stage from the microphones to the guitars to the jumpsuits is exactly what you would see with Elvis.

Memories of Elvis