Elvis the Concert is a concert tour started in 1997 that features a
video and the voice of Elvis Presley performing with his 1970s
backup band via computer technology. Starting in 1998, a scaled-down
version of the show was taken on tour. The format of the show
follows one of Elvis' 1970s live concerts, albeit somewhat
The show is divided into two different acts, each one 45 minutes to
an hour, with an intermission between them. The main
material used for the shows comes from Elvis: That's the
Way It Is, Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii, and Elvis on Tour.
During the show, a large video screen hangs above the main set upon
which the video of Elvis' performance is projected. Two smaller
screens hang on either side, and video of the live
musicians, or special video packages are shown.
After a domestic tour (which ended with a show at the Market Square
Arena in Indianapolis, IN, the site of Elvis' final live concert on
June 26, 1977), the show went to Europe, Asia, and Australia.(wikipedia