MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A new exhibit open at Graceland showcases Elvis Presley’s strong connection to Las Vegas, where he performed and vacationed.
The exhibit, called “Elvis: Live From Las Vegas,” opened at the Graceland tourist attraction, which sits across from Presley’s mansion in Memphis.
About 120 pieces of Vegas-related memorabilia are featured in the exhibit, including 30 flashy jumpsuits and other pieces of clothing worn by the singer during his energetic stage performances in that city.
“Elvis made Vegas a destination for entertainment,” said Kevin Kern, spokesman for Elvis Presley Enterprises.
Presley died Aug. 16, 1977, in Memphis.
Signs advertising Elvis Presley performances are part of a new Las Vegas-related exhibit at the Graceland tourist attraction in Memphis, Tenn. The exhibit is called “Elvis: Live From Las Vegas.”×
A jumpsuit worn by Elvis Presley during the singer’s stage performances in Las Vegas is featured in a new exhibit at the Graceland tourist attraction in Memphis, Tenn.×
Elvis Presley fans get a sneak peek of a new exhibit at Graceland that features jumpsuits worn by the singer during stage performances in Las Vegas and other Vegas-related memorabilia in Memphis, Tenn.×
A jumpsuit worn by Elvis Presley during stage performances in Las Vegas is featured in a new exhibit at the Graceland tourist attraction in Memphis, Tenn.×
Archivist Dee Dee Antle adjusts one of Elvis Presley’s famous jumpsuits in Graceland’s newest exhibition in Memphis, Tenn.×
Jumpsuits worn by Elvis Presley during the singer’s stage performances in Las Vegas are featured in a new exhibit at the Graceland tourist attraction in Memphis, Tenn.×
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