Legends in Concert brings Elvis tribute to Mayo Performing Arts Center

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  • Photo provided Bill Cherry, and other tribute artists, will be performing as Elvis at the Mayo Performing Arts Center in February.

Legends in Concert, the longest-running and most successful show in Las Vegas, will present The Ultimate Tribute to Elvis at the Mayo Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 3.

Shows are at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets are $39-$79.

The multi-media live musical is produced by On Stage Touring's Legends in Concert division.

The production is a journey across Elvis' life featuring the world's greatest tribute artists each representing Elvis during different stages of his career. Bill Cherry, Ted Torres and Pat Dunn are the incredible tribute artists featured as each era of Elvis, and joined by a live band, back-up singers and dancers, along with Carol Maccri as Ann-Margret.

About Legends in ConcertLegends in Concert is celebrating 34 years of success this year, and claims the title of longest-running production show in Las Vegas. Owned and operated by On Stage Enterprises, LLC, Legends in Concert debuted at Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino in 1983 and later moved to Flamingo Las Vegas and Casino in 2013 in conjunction with the show's 30-year anniversary.

Initially introduced as a limited six week engagement, this Las Vegas staple now performs 10 shows a week, year round in the historic Donny and Marie Showroom, recently voted best showroom by Review Journal's Best of Las Vegas.

The tribute artists perform using their own natural voices, and are backed by a live band that rocks the house with vivacious back-up singers and dancers who bring the performances to life.

If you go:Mayo Performing Arts Center

100 South St., Morristown, NJ 07960

box office (973) 539-8008

online: www.mayoarts.org

fax (973) 455-1607 / admin (973) 539-0345 ext.6505

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