The 4th Annual Elvis Extravaganza, to be held at the Kingsport Renaissance Center on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m., will feature four of the top Elvis Presley Tribute Artists in the world. Each tribute artist will perform for thirty minutes in a stage show style performance piece as The King of Rock 'n Roll.
The Kingsport Renaissance Center, 1200 East Center Street, is a facility which serves the community as a center for the arts and senior citizen's activities, and as a facility for business meetings, parties, receptions, classes, showers, and day long seminars with breakout rooms. It is managed by the city of Kingsport's Cultural Services Division as part of Parks and Recreation.
The facility includes a 350-seat theatre, three-story sky lit atrium, art gallery, gymnasium, meeting rooms and offices. The Kingsport Renaissance Center, formerly the John Sevier School, was renovated in 1991 and now stands as one of Kingsport's most prominent landmarks.
ETA Ronnie Miller from Maryville will be hosting and co-hosting will be Kingston, own ETA Jim Fields.
Also starring in person as Elvis Presley, with a full concert style show, will be Doug Thompson from Pigeon Forge, and Terry Turner from Lincoln, AL.
A portion of the proceeds from this show will go to benefit the East Tennessee Veterans Association.
For more information call Missy Miller, 865-684-6082 or Mary Sue Fields, 423-863-6843.