NYCB Theatre at Westbury | Westbury, NY
Elvis is going back to the building! The music, the inspiration, the legacy of Elvis Presley has never left us, but there still are facets in his colorful life and career that are yet to be discovered. "Elvis: Seen/Unseen" is a whole new concert experience. This Elvis Tribute concert is about to be unveiled at NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Saturday 1st February 2020, featuring brand new, never-before-seen footage, live on-stage performances and special appearances from Jerry Schilling and Priscilla Presley. Elvis Presley is truly a remarkable artist and has also a very enigmatic persona that will make every Elvis fan understand and honor this music hero even more. Legions of Elvis fans will find their way to get into the building, and so should you. Getting in is no sweat. With a few easy clicks, you can book your ticket now. Get started by tapping the 'buy tickets' link on this website. Now are you ready to get to see the King?
ELVIS: SEEN/UNSEEN — An Elvis Tribute at NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Saturday 1st February 2020 is a highly significant occasion in the life and times of Elvis Presley. It marks a career milestone that made a momentous impact on how we see Elvis today. This date marks Elvis’ triumphant return to live performing -as he took up his infamous Las Vegas residency in 1969.
Yes, this was a year of flamboyant outfits that somehow masked Elvis's low-point in his personal life, but Elvis was always a showman who gave his best.
Elvis Presley tribute artists — the best of the best who could deliver a note-for-note rendition of his songs, and perfected the art of capturing his sound, looks, and nuances onstage, were tapped to the deliver compelling live on-stage performances. Yet the greatest highlights of the evening will be the apperances of none other than two people closest to the King– Priscilla Presley and long-term Elvis associate Jerry Schilling. Both of them will be sharing intimate stories, personal photos plus rare home movies.
Priscilla Presley expressed her excitement to be part of this tour. “We’re back and better than ever!," she says. "I am honored to be part of this return of Elvis to the stage, and to see The TCB Band once again bringing his music to life with new unseen footage and a few surprises. Jerry Schilling and I will be sharing stories and screening amazingly intimate home movies.This will be a once in a lifetime show… you won’t want to miss.”
Wouldn't it be really interesting to witness the life behind the artist who sold over 1 billion records and changed the course of pop music? Get your tickets now!