The King lives
The fourth annual Elvis Lives national tour kicks off in Folsom with three shows done with true Elvis glitz. Experience the hip-swiveling younger Elvis with moves that can still excite an audience. Then there's the movie-era Elvis, who sang and danced alongside Ann-Margret in the 1964 film Viva Las Vegas—also recognizable in a Hawaiian shirt or singing “Jailhouse Rock.” The comeback Elvis is clad in leather, and fans will recall the bell-bottomed, studded, white jumpsuit, red scarf and cape of the Las Vegas-concert Elvis. He had the voice, looks, moves and the costumes. In this multimedia production—which includes four Elvis tribute artists (Bill Cherry, Leo Days, Ben Klein, Kevin Mills), who were winners or finalists in the annual, worldwide Elvis Presley Enterprises' Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest; one Ann-Margret tribute artist (Lori Russo); film clips; dancers and backup singers—the King lives. Monday, October 7, at 7 p.m.; Tuesday, October 8, at 2 and 7 p.m.; $39-$69. Harris Center for the Arts, 10 College Parkway in Folsom; (916) 608-6888; www.harriscenter.net.