Enfield to listen to the King
January 22, 2014 by Sarah
Enfield Baby Boomers and all others who cherish the man known as the King of Rock and Roll can once again look back this weekend, as Music Tribute Productions presents ‘A Tribute to Elvis’.
Patrick Perone, one of New York’s finest Elvis tribute artists, will be performing a live concert locally for one night only. Seating is limited so reservations need to be made right away.
Perone has played to over 73,000 Elvis fans at venues in Westchester, Manhattan, Rhode Island, Long Island, and beyond. He has appeared in casinos in Atlantic City N.J. and Yonkers, N.Y. He recreates an Elvis concert with a voice many claim is very much like that of the King himself. Those who would like to do so can go to the website to listen to a small sample of him singing to gauge for themselves.
He has performed with the likes of Bill Haley’s Comets, Classic Sounds, The Emotions, and The Duprees. Many people will want to take the whole family for photos with the King to remember this opportunity. Postcard printing will be a must for later.
Tickets are $23 per person. Dinner is extra—a special show menu will be available. There will be a $15 minimum per person, which may be made by purchasing either drink or food. Dinner seating begins at 5:30 pm with the show starting at 7:00 pm.
The event will be held this Sunday, January 26, at Figaro’s Ristorante, 90 Elm Street, Enfield.