Thursday, 24 November 2011
2250 Elvis fans And 14 Elvis's Shake Rattle And Roll Out Of Sydney For "The King Tribute Cruise" This Thursday...And Its Sold Out!
Elvis lives... at least he's brought back to life once again for an Elvis Tribute show promoted by the well known, witty, controversial et al Max Markson of Markson Sparks! fame.
We wonder how Max and team would have scored on an Australian Celebrity Apprentice platform for this solid publicity stunt / event, but alas...
Here's the promotional blurb from Markson Sparks! that you have grown to know and love (or something else)... but its Markson all over...
Australia's "first ever" Elvis Presley tribute cruise leaves the Overseas Passenger Terminal (Circular Quay) Sydney this Thursday with well over 2000 fans on board and 14 Elvis tribute artists to entertain them, plus much more!
Circular Quay with at least 4 Elvis Presley tribute artists in costume (including 1 female Elvis ) and dozens of Elvis fans heading off on their floating Heartbreak Hotel.
Adelaide's Johnny Welsh sold his business, mortgaged his house, and put everything he had on the line to hire the Royal Caribbean's "Rhapsody of the Seas" cruise ship to stage Australia's first ever "The King Tribute Cruise''. A very brave move indeed!
Johnny arranged and organised the very successful "Blue Suede Cruise" in 2010, a 50's and 60's Rock 'n' Roll themed cruise. That cruise was also was a complete sell out and gave him the idea to organise "The King Tribute Cruise.
Johnny has flown in two of the worlds best ETA's (Elvis Tribute Artists) from the UK, Pete Storm and Rob Kingsley, and there's even a female ETA plus many others.
Elvis may have left the building but 14 of them are alive and well on "The King Tribute Cruise" this week! It's on again in November next year too.
Details are at www.MusicCruises.com.au
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