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Holiday show offers opportunity to celebrate Christmas with ‘the King’

DRAYTON - Local music lovers can celebrate the holidays with a concert guaranteed to have them dancing in their “Blue Suede Shoes.”  

Drayton Entertainment is offering The Wonderful World of Christmas, Graceland Edition at three venues this holiday season.

Backed by a five-piece band, three-piece horn section, four singers and a church choir, international award-winning Elvis tribute artist Steve Michaels will serenade audiences with the King’s best holiday offerings, including sacred songs of the season along with signature Christmas carols like Blue Christmas, Santa, Bring My Baby Back To Me and more.

A previous winner of the King of the World: Elvis Tribute Artist World Championships in Memphis, Michaels’ dynamic portrayal of the rock ‘n’ roll legend makes him one of the most sought after Elvis performers around the globe, officials say.

The Toronto-born tribute artist has won praise from audiences and critics alike for his uncanny Elvis appearances all over the world, including starring in the popular show Return to Grace for Mirvish Productions at the Ed Mirvish Theatre.

This Elvis-inspired yuletide concert is on stage at the Dunfield Theatre Cambridge on Dec. 12 at 2pm and 7:30pm, at the Drayton Festival Theatre on Dec. 16 at 2 and 7:30pm and at the Huron Country Playhouse in Grand Bend on Dec. 17 at 3pm.

Tickets are $35 for adults, $30 for groups of 20 or more and $25 for youths under 20 years of age. HST is applicable to all ticket prices.

Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling the box office toll free at 1-855-DRAYTON (372-9866).


October 13, 2017


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