Don’t Forget Fans of the King When You Shop this Holiday Season
Potawatomi Bingo Casino's Tribute to the King Tickets Go on Sale Black Friday
MILWAUKEE (November 22, 2013) – Tickets to A Tribute to the King, the hottest hip-shaking show to heat up the Northern Lights Theater this January, will go on sale on the biggest shopping day of the year – Friday, Nov. 29.
Some of the world’s best tribute artists, decked out in rhinestone-studded jumpsuits and slicked-back hair, will take over the theater from Jan. 6 – 9 to help celebrate the King’s 79th birthday, which falls on Jan. 8.
The four-day event includes four headlining performances. Three shows will feature a live orchestra and video show broken into three eras: “The King,” “Vegas Experience” and “Aloha,” and the Finale show by Matt Joyce and Joseph Hall will highlight music from the King’s entire career.
“The King” – A high energy showcase of the King’s musical career from the 1950’s through the 1968 Comeback Special.
“Vegas Experience” – The Vegas Experience will take you on a journey from 1969 throughout the 1970’s, as though you were sitting at the Las Vegas Hilton watching the King himself.
“Aloha” – The King’s greatest concert accomplishment throughout his career was “Aloha from Hawaii” in 1973. “Aloha” is happening all over again in this great musical production.
“The Finale” – Put on by headlining acts Matt Joyce and Joseph Hall, two well-known tribute artists and former Tribute to the King Grand Champions, will bring the King’s most popular hits alive.
Tickets for all four headlining performances cost $27, $35 and $43.
Daytime competition performances are set for noon and 3 p.m. Jan. 6 – 8, and 2 p.m. Jan. 9. The winners of each daily competition round will compete that night at 7:30 p.m. for their opportunity to advance to the Grand Championship at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9. The Grand Championship winner is awarded a $25,014 cash prize. Tickets for competition performances cost $5 and $7.
Tickets are available for purchase on Nov. 29 at the Expo Center Box Office from noon – 4 p.m. only. The Expo Center Box Office is located on the third floor of the Casino, next to the Poker Room. Signage will direct guests to the Expo Center. Call the Northern Lights Theater Box Office at (414) 847-7922 or www.paysbig.com for ticket availability. Tickets are also available atTicketmaster.com, or by calling (800) 745-3000. After Nov. 29, tickets will be available for purchase in the Northern Lights Theater Box Office. Must be 21 and over.
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