Annual Elvis Extravaganza benefits Wounded Warrior Project

Sixth Annual Elvis Extravaganza to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project

KINGSTON (WATE) – The sixth annual Elvis Extravaganza to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project will be held on Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Renaissance Center located at 1200 E. Center Street, Kingsport.

Admission for the event is $15. For reserved seating, contact Missy Miller at (865) 684-6082 or by email at tribute[dot]entertainment[at]yahoo[dot]com. Tickets may also be purchased at the door at 6:15 p.m.

The extravaganza will feature five of the top Elvis Presley tribute artists. Each tribute artist will perform for over twenty minutes in a stage style show performance. The ETA’s will cover the eras of the 50’s, ’68 comeback and ‘70’s. At the conclusion of the show there will be a special recognition to honor the Veterans. ETA’s will be available to meet and take photos after the show.

Elvis Tribute Artist Ronnie Miller will be performing and hosting the event. Starring also will be four other multi-award winning tribute artists and performers. Brandon E. from Athens, Tennessee; Terry Turner from Lincoln, Alabama; Robert Keefer from Pigeon Forge; and Stewart Chapman from Virginia.Four-year-old Levi Elvis from Bluff City will also perform.

Each Elvis Tribute Artist will be performing as Elvis Presley with a full stage concert style performance.

Cricket Coulter will be join and share some of her stories about Elvis. Coulter was a fan who was lucky enough to become a close friend of Elvis on movie sets, on tour and in Las Vegas. Cricket starred in “That’s The Way It Is” with Elvis Presley. Coulter also has a large collection of Elvis memorabilia. Among her collection is an original autograph signed photo of Elvis at NBC Studios on June 27, 1968. This photo is accompanied by a Notarial Certificate of Authenticity. Coulter will have photos, her book (Elvis’ Real Gold – The Spirit Of His Fans – A Book By Cricket-Marie Coulter-Harris), and other items will be available at the show for audience viewing.

A portion of the show proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.

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