LANARK music fans are in for a treat as Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and The Beatles will play the Memorial Hall – in one weekend.
Okay, so it may not be the greats themselves who will be gracing the Memo stage but the concerts staged on Friday and Saturday night will be enjoyed by the fans of those legendary artists.
On Friday Ben Portsmouth will bring his Elvis tribute act, The King Is Back, to Clydesdale having enjoyed great success as Elvis on both sides of the Atlantic.
On Saturday night it is the turn for Rolling Back The Years to swing into town.
A stunning rollercoaster ride of nostalgia, the show will feature tributes to some of the world’s greatest stars, including Glenn Miller, Fred Astaire, Buddy Holly, Cliff Richard, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Dolly Parton and The Beatles, plus a look back at some mesmerising music from movies and musicals.
Tickets for both The King Is Back and Rolling Back The Years are available by calling the Memo Box Office on 01555 667999.
Alternatively, you can purchase tickets by logging onto the South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture website.
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