Graceland Too Blue Suede Benefit
Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)
Holly Springs, MS
The Blue Suede Benefit gives you an opportunity to travel back in time to visit the King of Rock N' Roll in the late 1950s, halfway between his birthplace in Tupelo, MS and eventual fame in Memphis.
For 59 years, Paul Macleod has opened his doors, 24 hours a day, as tour guide and curator of the internationally known Graceland Too museum. Now, Paul has decided to auction off part of his collection of rare Elvis memorabilia.
Paul has devoted his life, family and finances to giving the gift of Elvis Presley's memory to travelers throughout the world. Now, he needs your help to continue providing that gift.
The Graceland Too Blue Suede Benefit seeks to raise money for Paul's medical and living expenses as he continues to share his love of Elvis Presley with the world.
Throughout the event, a silent auction of some of Graceland Too's most memorable items will be held—including some rare Elvis artifacts like carpet from his home in Memphis and a medical coat from Dr. George Nichopoulos' staff.
The event is set for 7:00-10:00pm on December 14th, 2013 at Annie's Restaurant in Holly Springs, MS. and features the only Elvis tribute show officially endorsed by Elvis' stepbrother, Rick Stanley: "Young" Elvis & The Blue Suedes Rockabilly Tribute Show.
Tickets are $20 online and $25 at the door.