Still on the fence on whether or not you should buy your ticket to this weekend’s “Rockin Out at the Museum” event on July 28? Read about the Top 3 Reasons your should buy your tickets NOW for this evening that will leave you “All Shook Up!”
1. How can you say no to Elvis?
Riley Jenkins is not only a talented Elvis impersonator, but he is so talented that if you close your eyes while listening to him sing, you would think you were listening to the King of Rock N Roll himself! (Seriously, check out his skills here.) And let’s be honest: you know as soon as you hear an Elvis song on the radio, you find yourself tapping your toes and singing along to Hound Dog, Jailhouse Rock, or A Little Less Conversation! You just can’t say no to Elvis Presley.
2. Elvis Impersonators are fantastic!
Everyone knows Elvis impersonators are not actually Elvis, but we can’t help but like them! We enjoy the wild outfits, the “Elvis lip,” and all the hip shaking we can handle. Riley Jenkins has been in several Elvis Festivals, and has a pretty impressive list of awards and accolades, including: Top 3 Finalist and 1st Place Winner of the People’s Choice Award in the 2017 Ocean City Elvis Festival; Winner of the 2017 Images of the King Non-Pro Division; and 1st Place Winner of the 2017 Myrtle Beach Elvis Festival Non-Pro Division. Oh, and did we mention HE IS ONLY 15 YEARS OLD? Pretty impressive, indeed.
3. It’s going to be fun for all ages!
This is not just for the adults (although, there will be a cash bar for you). The whole family can enjoy the music and dance floor with Riley Jenkins and The David Fontana Band! With the purchase of your ticket, you will have access to heavy appetizers, the dance floor, admission to The Science of Rock N Roll featured exhibit, and a chance to shake, rattle and roll with Elvis! Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the music begins at 7:00 p.m. You can purchase your tickets online or by calling us at 731-885-5455. Tickets are $20 for members and $25 for not-yet members.
So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets before we sell out, and bring your “blue suede shoes” with you this Saturday for “Rockin Out at the Museum!”
This event is sponsored by Commercial Bank.