This year’s events include 4 major shows at the Wentworth Falls Country Club featuring Marcus Jackson, Sean Spiteri, Allan Wright, Terry Leonard, Nic King, Shelvis, Kingsley Rock, Stuey V, Peter Paki, Legends TCB Band, Memphis Belles, plus the Sing Like Elvis competition.
Shows at the Palais Royale will feature Jack Gatto, Carmine Cimilio, with The Cadillacs Band and The Cadillac Singers, plus the opening dinner ‘Welcome to the Mountains’ featuring Mike Tsama and Ray Beacroft, shows throughout the weekend with Ross Mancini, Mike Tsama, Broderick Jones and Gavin Chatelier, plus the After Show Parties each evening.
Tickets for the Blue Mountains Elvis Festival 2017 are on sale from this website. All seating is reserved, on a first-booked best-seat basis, so book your tickets early!
Join us for the “Sing Like Elvis” competition, run by Big Al’s World.
To enter, see our Sing Like Elvis page – get your entry in soon!
Friday 4th August 2017, 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Entry is FREE to watch this great competition; no tickets are required.
Enjoy the Opening Dinner plus accommodation at the Palais Royale on Thursday night. Includes full English breakfast on Friday morning.
Tickets $150 per person; twin share ($300 total). Book with a friend!
Weekend Pass to all shows and after show parties at the Palais Royale (everything except the opening dinner).
From a Jack to a King Fri/Sat/Sun, The Elvoss Experience Sat/Sun, The Elvis Meets Tom Show Fri/Sat, The Gospel Show, The After Party Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun.
Weekend Pass to all FOUR major Elvis Festival events at the Wentworth Falls Country Club is now available.
Fri 4th Aug – “The Legend of Elvis”
Sat 5th Aug – “Just the King”
Sat 5th Aug – “Vigil for the King”
Sun 6th Aug – “The Great Elvis Spectacular”
Early bird price $120.
Save $20 on early bird pricing for individual shows.
We are pleased to announce two new shows to join the Blue Mountains Elvis Festival this year at the Palais Royale Grand Ballroom.
Moderately priced at only $20 these two shows feature three guys with years of experience as tribute artists, Ross Mancini (& Showgirls), Mike Tsama and Broderick Jones, plus a relative newcomer, Brody Finlay, with his tribute to Elvis in the fifties.