A Night Out With Elvis
Last Friday, the gang at Ilfusion slipped on their blue suede shoes and headed to the newly renovated Ridglea Theatre for an amazing night with the King of Rock and Roll. We went with Suspicious Minds, and needless to say we were blown away and left wanting more!
The Camp Bowie District and The Hope Center for Autism put together a concert recreating the original Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii concert in all its glory. The night started with a buffet of Elvis’ favorite foods, including peanut butter and banana sandwiches, chocolate chip muffins and other tasty hawaiian themed foods. After appetizers, the concert got underway featuring David Allen, one of the Top 10 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artists. He was simply fabulous; he had the ladies swooning, the crowd on their feet and many dancing the night away. David Allen performed the entire concert, song for song, flawlessly. He sounded and moved just like the big guy himself. It was an astounding show and everyone was in awe of the reincarnated Elvis.
With Elvis being a great success, it makes sense to keep the awesome events coming! On Tuesday, February 26, The Hope Center for Autism will host animal science researcher and professor, Dr. Temple Grandin. Dr. Grandin will speak about her life experiences at Ridglea Theatre, located on 6025 Camp Bowie Boulevard in Fort Worth, Texas, with all proceeds benefiting The Hope Center for Autism. Individual tickets start at $25 per person with VIP tickets costing $125 a person. Tickets can be purchased through The Hope Center for Autism’s website: www.hopecenter4autism.com. Doors to this event will open at 5 p.m.
No one was disappointed by Elvis, and we promise you won’t be disappointed by Dr. Grandin either. When you receive an invite to an event from Ilfusion, be sure to RSVP!Tags: aloha from hawaii, camp bowie district, elvis, hope center for autism, ridglea theatre