What was it like to experience an Elvis concert in Las Vegas? Those who were there say it was the pinnacle of entertainment – a ticket that was hard to be had – the biggest and best show in Sin City. Now, in celebration of the 60th Anniversary of Rock & Roll and Elvis’ first recording session that led to the birth of rock ‘n’ roll, we are proud to present ‘ELVIS PRESLEY – ON STAGE’.
Using the latest technology, Elvis performs via state-of-the art video screens singing lead vocals backed by a live band, singers and an orchestra. Together, this multi-media creation puts the audience inside an Elvis Presley concert presented exactly like one of his classic live performances in a Las Vegas showroom. The contemporary staging and overall production create the illusion that Elvis is on stage for one of his finest concert performances as seen in the epic music documentary filmed on location in Las Vegas, "Elvis: That's the Way It Is.”
Elvis started a rock 'n' roll revolution in 1954 and now, 60 years later, the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll is once again shaking up the entertainment industry with this amazing show. "Elvis Presley – On Stage" is an exciting multi-media music event where a top session band and back-up vocalists perform live in tandem with Elvis’ vocals as the King of Rock 'n' Roll is projected, larger than life, on state-of-the-art screens.
Following the worldwide success of the popular production, ‘Elvis Presley – In Concert’ which featured Elvis original band and singers, this new show is designed for all Elvis fans past, present and future.
Performing his greatest hits and concert classics, including: That’s Alright Mama, Hound Dog, Don’t Be Cruel, All Shook Up, Blue Suede Shoes, In The Ghetto.
And in-concert classics including: Suspicious Minds, Mystery Train, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Wonder of You, Love Me Tender, Can’t Help Falling In Love.
Elvis' recorded voice and his on-screen presence are so powerful, the interaction with the live musicians and singers so seamless, the audience reaction so intense that, a few songs into the show, one can almost forget that Elvis isn't really there in person. Everything in terms of staging, set design, lighting, sound, and overall production is as if Elvis were there.
Elvis concert footage for the show comes primarily from material shot for the MGM concert film "Elvis, That's The Way It Is" (1970), including never-before-seen camera angles, plus a few surprise clips from the famous ’68 Comeback Special’.
This is what an Elvis Presley concert was like, and exactly what it would be like today with technological enhancements – experience Elvis as you never have – and see why they call him the King.