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3717 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Only 10 minutes from downtown and 3 minutes from the Memphis Airport.
3600 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Free walk-ups to the Meditation Garden are daily from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Graceland is excited to announce the schedule for its annual Holiday Concert Weekend in Memphis on December 13-14, 2019. For the third year, fans and visitors can enjoy a festive weekend filled with special Elvis holiday concerts, unique tours of Graceland Mansion, a holiday brunch and more! Join us in Memphis in December for this very special weekend!
Weekend ticket packages are now sold out, but individual event tickets are still available.
Our Holiday Concert Weekend Ticket Packages offer the best seats in the house for our concert events, plus our VIPs package holders can enjoy a pre-concert reception on December 14 and be the very first to experience the special Graceland Mansion Evening Tour on December 13.
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Holiday Concert VIP Package - $399
This package is now sold out.
The Holiday Concert Weekend VIP Package experience includes:
This package can only be purchased by calling Graceland Reservations at 901-332-3322 or 800-238-2000.
Holiday Concert Deluxe Package - $225
This package is now sold out.
The Holiday Concert Deluxe Package experience includes:
8:00 PM. Soundstage at Graceland.
Weekend ticket packages available from $399 - $225. Individual tickets available from $85 - $35.
Celebrate the soul of Memphis holiday-style with a special concert event themed after Elvis’ 2003 album entitled “Christmas Peace” that features some of his most beloved Christmas and gospel music. Hosted by singer, songwriter and guitarist John Paul Keith, guest performers for the evening include Reagan Strange, John Németh, Wendy Moten, Keith Paluso, Drake Milligan and the Tennessee Mass Choir – plus a special appearance by bass player Norbert Putnam. Elvis’ Christmas Peace will infuse classic Christmas and gospel music with Memphis soul for a unique musical holiday celebration. Learn more about these artists below. CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS NOW or call Graceland Reservations at 901-332-3322 or 800-238-2000.
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Meet the talented team of artists and musicians who will grace the Soundstage at Graceland at the Holiday Concert Weekend!
Unique in his diversity as an arranger, conductor and composer, Robin Smith has worked with a host of top performers, musicians and musical projects in his career: from arranging and conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on three best-selling Elvis Presley albums; from producing Andrea Bocelli to Musican Director for the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony and creating music for TV commercials for American Airlines and Maersk. This will be his third year conducting the orchestra at Graceland's Holiday Concert Weekend.
Gladys and Maybelle are Texas bred songbirds that began singing in the Fort Worth Stockyards in August 2010 when they took to the streets to raise money for their yearly voyage to Elvis Week in Memphis, Tennessee. After the warm Fort Worth welcome they continued on with their act, incorporating favorite old-school country songs into their repertoire. They have since written and recorded "Memphis Cash," a full length album of original songs. Nowadays the Singing Sisters, as HGTV named them, can be spotted at various venues and events in the Lone Star State and beyond.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist John Paul Keith is a 12-year veteran of the Memphis music scene. He has released four critically acclaimed solo albums, toured Europe and continues to tour the U.S. regularly. In 2017, John Paul performed with ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons at the Memphis Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Roy Orbison. He also contributed a song to the Don Bryant album, "Don't Give Up on Love," which was nominated for Album of the Year at the 2018 Blues Music Awards.
Norbert Putnam, known as "Putt" by Elvis, played bass on the first hit records that established Muscle Shoals, Alabama, as a recording destination. In 1964 the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section opened the first American Beatles concert in Washington, D.C. Later that year Putnam moved to Nashville and quickly became Nashville’s busiest pop-rock bassist playing on thousands of recordings by such diverse artists such as Elvis and Roy Orbison. In 1970, Norbert and David Briggs opened Quadrafonic Studio and formed Danor Music Publishing. Putnam was to become Nashville’s top pop/rock producer and Quad became Nashville’s number one independent studio.
Singer Reagan Strange, 14, of Memphis, made a name for herself when she competed on Team Adam on Season 15 of NBC's "The Voice." She has always had a passion for singing and being an inspiration to those around her. She recently served as a special guest counselor at Graceland's Performing Arts Camp.
Blues and modern soul musician John Németh is a key player in Memphis' music scene. He has released nine critically-acclaimed albums and he's won several Blues Music Awards, including Soul Blues Album in 2015 and Soul Blues Male Artist in 2014. His latest album, "Feelin' Freaky," was released in 2017.
Memphis-born singer Wendy Moten has earned a vast collection of professional credits in her 20-plus year career in music. She released several solo albums on EMI and opened for artists like Michael Bolton. She also toured the world with Julio Iglesias as a featured vocalist for 15 years. As a vocal and musical arranger and songwriter, Wendy's recording credits reach across genre lines with artists such as Eric Clapton, Kenny Rogers, Brooks & Dunn, Alice Cooper, Joss Stone, Buddy Guy and many more.
Memphis-based singer-songwriter Keith Paluso was recently featured as a contestant on NBC's "The Voice." He performs regularly in Memphis and throughout the Mid-South solo, as a duo with his brother Keegan, and with his band The Wolf River Gospel. Keith was just named the new lead singer of the legendary band Blood Sweat & Tears.
Country singer Drake Milligan starred as Elvis Presley in the CMT show "Sun Records." Drake, a massive Elvis fan, is working on his music career in Nashville.
One of the most respected and talented gospel choirs in the country, the Tennessee Mass Choir performs at high-profile events throughout the Mid-South and around the world. The choir has performed with Rev. Al Green, Foreigner, the Doobie Brothers, St. Paul & the Broken Bones and more. The choir received a standing ovation at Graceland when they performed at a concert celebrating the 50th anniversary of Elvis' '68 Special.