For one night only, August 24th, 2002, The Aladdin Theatre will present "Elvis - The Concert" in a commemorative tribute to "The King." Marking the 25th anniversary observance of his death, Elvis will once again be performing before thousands of fans. "Elvis - The Concert" is like no show ever conceived. Its star is Elvis himself, not an impersonator, not a sound alike or look alike, but the Elvis that the world knows and loves.
"Elvis - The Concert" is an awesome achievement made possible by the use of state-of-the-art video technology. By combining concert footage from some of Elvis' greatest specials -- "Aloha From Hawaii," "That's the Way It Is," "Elvis On Tour" and finally, "Elvis, The Lost Performances" -- Elvis will appear on a two-story high video screen with two large side screens featuring live, on-stage shots of the TCB, The Sweet Inspirations and/or The Stamps or The Imperials performing side-by-side with Elvis. The is combined with a 16-piece live orchestra performing on stage under the direction of Elvis' original musical director, Joe Guercio. Completing this unique presentation, fans will hear Elvis introduce his band and singers, talk to the audience, and even crack a few jokes.
The show has played to sold-out performances in London, Germany, Scandinavia and New York. Tickets for this spectacular are priced at $35, $45 and $55, and are available at the Aladdin box office or through TicketMaster. Reservations can be made by calling the Aladdin at (702) 785-5505 or by calling 1-877-333-9474