The King himself is checking into Chatham County for one night only! It may not be the Heartbreak Hotel, but Bynum Front Porch invites you to be their guest for the evening for “A Tribute to Elvis” like no other. Your ticket admission goes straight to an amazing cause supporting future college students achieve their goals.
The concert takes place on Saturday, January 25 from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center. “A Tribute to Elvis” starring Stephen Freeman includes both dinner and a show!
Fun Fact: While Elvis Presley recorded over 600 songs during his lifetime, he actually did not write a single one of them.
Well, it’s one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, now, go cat, go! Lace up your blue suede shoes for an evening of nostalgia, southern eats and the greatest tunes of all time. Doors will open for the event at 5 p.m. with dinner served from 5:15 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. The rockin’ officially kicks off at 7 p.m.!
Admission for “A Tribute to Elvis” is $40 and includes dinner. Dinner may not be a peanut butter and banana sandwich, but it will be served by Best Foods Cafeteria. It will be a guaranteed good ole’ southern supper. Now, for the most important part – the entertainment!
Stephen Freeman will be King for the night and has rightfully earned that title as the official Elvis Tribute Artist Fan Vote Poll Winner as named by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. That’s a title he has proudly held for two consecutive years! On multiple occasions Stephen was selected to perform on the official Country Music Cruise with the Oak Ridge Boys, Kenny Rogers, Randy Owen, Martina McBride, Gatlin Brothers, Charlie Pride and many others.
Not only will you be spending the evening with music’s most cherished icon, you will be supporting a local cause! All proceeds will go towards benefitting the Bynum Front Porch’s Annual Education Grants, which chooses one student from each Chatham County high school for a $1,000 grant.
Students chosen are part of the Achievement Via Individual Determination program. This program supports students with the desire to go to college who do not have the means to attend on their own. “A Tribute to Elvis” will benefit three deserving Chatham County students!
Fun Fact: In 1954, Elvis auditioned for a gospel quartet band called The Songfellows but was turned down.
Purchase your tickets before they are sold out online! Once you have your tickets, get your best 50s or 60s outfit together!
Fun Fact: Elvis purchased his home, Graceland Mansion, in 1957 for $102,500.