Elvis Lives and the Pacific Symphony: Fourth of July Concert Under the Stars
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The last date listed for Elvis Lives and the Pacific Symphony was Monday July 4, 2011 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Music's hardest rocking bands, including Godsmack, Seether, Skillet and Buckcherry, descend on Irvine for the Uproar Festival. Get pumped up with a free Rockstar Energy Drink, then take in 11 bands on two stages for a full day of smash hits, crowd favorites and new material. Other bands tearing up the stage include Pop Evil, These Raven Skies, Escape the Fate, New Medicine, Tattered, Sons of Revelry and the Battle of the Bands winner. Take a break from headbanging to score some band merchandise and check out a handful of other activities around the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. Learn More
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Truly an amazing evening! The symphony was so lovely to listen to, they had a fiddler that was jaw dropping and the entire portion after the intermission was "Elvis"-then fireworks-just WOW. They honored all military, had a woman who could belt out the national anthem with the best of them, and the fireworks were fabulous. Knowing how much tickets do cost, it was such a treat to find this offer on Goldstar as for a family of 4, it would just have been a bit too much to spend with the regular ticket prices. Thank you for giving our family such an incredible 4th of July experience, Goldstar-so glad I found you!!
“All Shook Up,” “Love Me Tender,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Hound Dog” and much, much more — Pacific Symphony backs an internationally renowned tribute artist who will have you believing Elvis never left! Plus, Pacific Symphony presents patriotic favorites in honor of our country’s birthday. Then, the night sky explodes with spectacular fireworks to end a spectacular evening.
Richard Kaufman, conductor
Tom Demer, fiddle
Kraig Parker, vocalist