Even though Elvis Presley is dead, that hasn't stopped hundreds of people from coming out to Dale's Weston Lanes to celebrate his 76th birthday.
The Elvis Birthday Bash is held every year on the Saturday closest to his birthday.
The party chronicles all eras of Elvis' life with a live band, authentic costumes and four tribute artists.
300 people showed up for the 2 p.m. show, while even more made it out for the 8 p.m. show.
"I think they love just being able to relive Elvis through these wonderful tribute artists and just how amazing, that they get to see Elvis again. If they close their eyes, and some of them look a whole lot like Elvis, but if they close their eyes and listen, it's like Elvis is right there," Dianna Busha, promoter and organizer said.
She also says there are multiple people, herself included, who believe that Elvis may still be alive and in hiding.
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