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ELVIS PHILHARMONIC V.I.P TICKETS REACH £200 +
May 23, 2016  -  The Birmingham Mail  /  Elvis Express Radio
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Elvis Presley has been dead for 38 years – but some fans are set to pay £225 to watch him playing ‘live’ at the NEC this November.

On Tuesday, November 22, Elvis Presley In Concert Live on Screen will be backed by The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

Its members will recreate the accompaniments to the recent million-selling album I Can Dream, which featured new orchestral arrangements of some of The King’s biggest hits.

Standard seats at the show are priced £45.70 and £56.95, but rows three and four near the front have been set aside for fans who also want to enjoy a VIP meet and greet with
Elvis’s former wife, Priscilla Presley (1967-73), the mother of their daughter, Lisa Marie.

Priscilla, who will turn 71 in May, will make a special personal appearance at the show.

She was divorced from Elvis four years before he died on August 16, 1977 at the age of just 42, but she later turned their former Graceland home into a hit museum.

The star of the Naked Gun films says: “What an honour for me to present for the live debut of what has become a very prestigious and beloved album along with other favourites
backed by a full symphony orchestra.”

Tickets for Elvis Presley In Concert Live on Screen with The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra are on sale now.