Salute to Memphis Music Featuring Memphis Jones and Brad Birkedahl
7:00 p.m. Elvis Week Main Stage, Graceland.
Help kick-off the Elvis Week Main Stage events at Graceland with an
amazing night of Memphis music. Hear Memphis music performed by great
Memphis talent with performances by the Memphis Jones Band
plus Brad Birkedahl and The Burnin’ Love Band
The show will not only feature Elvis songs, but the sound and soul of
other great Memphis musicians. Individual tickets are $20 or you can
purchase the Elvis Week Main Stage All-Access Pass.
Morning and Evening Walk Ups to Meditation Garden
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Meditation Garden at Graceland
Daily throughout the year, there is a special period of time for free
admission walk up visits to the Meditation Garden at Graceland. Elvis
Week morning walk ups will be from 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. on August
10-18. Morning walk-ups may not be available on August 16 due to the
Candlelight Vigil. Elvis Week evening walk ups will be from 7:00 p.m. -
9:00 p.m. on August 10-14 and August 16-17. Evening walk-ups will not be
available the night of August 15 due to the Candlelight Vigil.
Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition “Elvis at 21”
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Fort Worth, Texas
Details: “Elvis at 21: Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer,”
a new Smithsonian traveling exhibition, presents 56 striking images and
will open at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History on Saturday,
May 25, 2013. Developed collaboratively by the Smithsonian Institution
Exhibition Service, the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery and the
Govinda Gallery, “Elvis at 21” will be on view at Fort Worth Museum of
Science and History through September 2, 2013. Alfred Wertheimer will be
available for interviews at the museum (upon request) on Thursday, May
23 - Friday, May 24.
To compliment the new exhibition, Graceland Archives will also included
rare artifacts related to Elvis in Texas. Those on display from the
Graceland Archives include his Army fatigues hat worn in Fort Hood, TX
and a Rolex given to him in 1970 while performing in Houston, TX. Learn More.