The King is alive - and he appears to multiplied. Dressed in white jewel-encrusted jumpsuits and sporting giant quiffs and sideburns, dozens of Elvis Presley tribute acts descended on Sin City earlier this month for the annual Las Vegas Elvis Festival. The impersonators got a chance to strut their stuff on stage at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino - where the iconic rock n roll star once performed for 58 consecutive sold-out shows. The event was one of a number sanctioned by Presley's estate in the run up to Elvis week at the star's former Graceland home in August. And while the real Elvis passed away in 1977, these tribute acts are keeping his memory alive - and his fans happy.
Videographer / Director: Scott Minshall
Producer: Thomas Midlane
Editor: Sonya Estal