If you have never seen Matt Cordell perform, you might miss one of the best concerts of a lifetime.
Come and enjoy and see why so many Elvis Presley fans say, “Just close your eyes, and it’s as if you are right in the room with Elvis himself.”
Cordell has helped the Merchants and Friends of Etowah and Etowah Parks and Recreation department several times in fundraising endeavors toward restoring the Gem Theater for special educational, arts and literary events for adults and students.
Organizers said they really appreciate Cordell’s returning to help them. Most of all, it’s a show that folks love so much and they look forward to seeing it return many times.
Since Elvis recorded more than 1,300 songs and Cordell pretty much knows every one of them, it’s like enjoying his first show.
Tickets can be purchased in person or online. Reserve tickets online at etowahtn.org through Thursday and also at Etowah Carnegie Library in person.
Reserve ticket cost is $15. General tickets are $12 and can be purchased in person in Etowah at Needful Things Antiques, the Etowah Chamber, in Athens at Prissy Closet or in Cleveland at Relics Antiques.
General admission tickets can be purchased online through Thursday as well.
The box office will be open to pick up online purchased tickets Saturday at 2 p.m. until show time.
General tickets will be available at the box office as well.
Since it is the 76th birthday of Elvis, the area merchants are donating special door prizes to be drawn during intermission.
Everyone who attends will qualify for the drawings.
The concert is sponsored by Merchants and Friends of Etowah and the Etowah Parks and Recreation department.