Pre-Sale For "Elvis: The 30th Anniversary Concert" (2007)

From the EPE site: A spectacular concert event starring the real Elvis Presley via video accompanied live by a large cast of singers and musicians who worked with him. A wonderful production along the lines of our anniversary shows in 1997 and 2002. Booked to appear so far are Joe Guercio (musical director & conductor); the TCB Band: James Burton (lead guitar), Glen D. Hardin (piano), Jerry Scheff (bass guitar), and Ronnie Tutt (drums); Sweet Inspirations members Myrna Smith and Estelle Brown; Imperials members Terry Blackwood and Joe Moscheo; Stamps members Bill Baize and Larry Strickland; Jordanaires members Gordon Stoker and Ray Walker; and Millie Kirkham (soprano). Many others have received an invitation to join the show. As they officially respond to the invitation, the cast list will be updated. Tickets are $90.00, $70.00 and $50.00. Also available are limited number of $250.00 VIP tickets that include "guaranteed best seats in the house" for the concert, access to a private VIP reception room before and after the concert to enjoy beverage service and heavy hors d'oeuvres, an opportunity to mingle with the cast in the reception room, and a special gift package of commemorative concert merchandise. Tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster online at (concert to be listed on that site soon) or by phone at (901) 525-1515. Tickets also may be purchased in person at Ticketmaster office locations and at the FedEx Forum box office. Prices listed do not include service fees. Group Ticket Sales: Leaders of groups numbering 50 or more people may contact ticket office manager Anita Biles at to request seating together. All ticket categories will be on a three-day "pre-sale" starting September 12, 2006 This pre-sale is not being announced to the public at large via a press release – it is being shared with the Elvis fan base through postings and e-newsletters, and through Elvis fan sites and messageboards. (FedEx Forum will inform its season ticket holders that they can get in on this pre-sale beginning on Day 3 of it.) The on-sale date for the public at large will be announced as September 16, 2006.
Source: EPE - Elvis Presley Enterprises / Updated: Aug 15, 2006 
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Elvos77 (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2006report abuse
Duh , if you're in memphis , you want to go there it's something special with all the fans. And people who don't understand the difference between watching a video and the concert that will be held then ,indeed better stay home and buy Elvis Ducks at home..
SuziB (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2006report abuse
Not sure when you saw Elvis but if, say, 1975, your $15 now has an equivalent value of around $58 based upon CPI growth or $88 based upon equivalent earning power....
Mielvis (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 15, 2006report abuse
Glad I saw the real thing six different times and paid top dollar of $15 at the time. 15 X 6 = $90.00. I thought there was no inflation HA!!! I'll pass and watch my videos.

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