Randy Friskie’s version of Elvis is coming to Campbell River Jan. 25.

Give Elvis for Christmas

Randy Friskie tour will land in Campbell River for a performance Jan. 25

Randy Elvis Friskie is touring with his Las Vegas Show Band in The Real Tribute To The King of Rock and Roll – Elvis Presley.

And the tour will land in Campbell River for a performance Jan. 25 at the Tidemark Theatre at 7:30 p.m.

Friskie’s spine tingling performance brings the King to life for an entire generation of people too young to have experienced Elvis when he was alive, and for the legions of people who remember the anticipation of every new record and movie. Randy Elvis Friskie has been referred to as “The World’s Best Elvis Tribute Act.”

Visit www.tidemarktheatre.com for ticket information and to buy online.

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