Michigan ElvisFest

. June 20, 2012.
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Put on your blue suede shoes and head to Ypsilanti's historic Depot Town for the 2012 ElvisFest, the nation's largest festival dedicated to the King of Rock N' Roll. The banks of the Huron River at Riverside Park will be overrun with the best Elvis Tribute Artists from around the North America performing all weekend long. Plenty of great Elvis memorabilia will be on hand and Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels will raffle off a trip for two to Graceland along with other great prizes.

For a full schedule of events visit the website. Friday, 5pm-12am;Saturday, 12pm-12am. Fri., $12.50 adv./$15 gate. Sat., $22.50 adv./$25 gate. Two-day tickets, $30. Depot Town, Ypsilanti. www.mielvisfest.org

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