New England Elvis Festival




No need to travel to Las Vegas or Memphis to get your Elvis fix! The New England Elvis Festival is held right here in New Hampshire! The festival will be at the Radisson Hotel/Center of New Hampshire, 700 Elm St., from September 2-4.The contest will once again feature twenty of the world's top Elvis Tribute Artists (ETAs) competing for over $3,500 in prize money and the chance to represent New England at the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest in Memphis.This year's big Saturday night show will feature the newest sensation in the Elvis world, a young man from England, Ben Portsmouth, who will star along with Robert Washington (a native of Maine) in "From England to New England," which will also feature the Change of Habit Tribute Band and Master of Ceremonies, Ronny Craig.The Festival will also feature an Elvis collectibles sale, a Friday night Champion's Set by last year's winner Joe Ramsey, a free Sunday Morning Elvis Gospel Music Contest and a special new Saturday after hours event called Rock-A-Hula in Manchester.Click here to see a full schedule of events and to purchase tickets.
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