King Creole Elvis Festival is Coming to Louisiana
The King Creole Elvis Festival returns to Louisiana for a three-day weekend that will excite Elvis fans from around the state and the world. Elvis Presley's career is deeply rooted in Louisiana history as portrayed in the recent box office hit, "Elvis". In February, the King returns to Louisiana.
The second annual King Creole Elvis Festival will return to Alexandria, Louisiana February 23 - 25, 2023 for an exciting three-day event with performances, food and excitement.
The world's top Elvis Tribute Artists will appear all weekend long with concerts that celebrate Elvis Presley's entire career including his early appearances on the Louisiana Hayride in Shreveport and the movie King Creole shot almost entirely in New Orleans.
Bill Cherry (2009 Ultimate Elvis Champion), Dean Z (2013 Ultimate Elvis Champion), Brandon Bennett (2008 Ultimate Elvis Champion), David Lee (2015 Ultimate Elvis Champion), Ben Thompson (2018 Ultimate Elvis Champion), Cote Deonath (2018 World Champion), Michael Chambliss (2014 World Elvis Champion), Alex Mitchell (Grand Champion) and Michael Cullipher are all scheduled to perform in concert.
The historic weekend will be held at Coughlin Saunders Performing Arts Center located at 1202 3rd Street, Alexandria, LA 71301. For ticket information and availability, go to etafestivals.com.