OSCODA — Come see the King of Rock resurrected at the Oscoda American Legion in downtown Oscoda on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 6 p.m. Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

World-renowned tribute artist Matt King will dress as Elvis and perform as the legend at various stages of his career.

Tickets are $15 and are available at the Oscoda American Legion. They are first come, first served, as the show is usually sold out.

“People love him. It looks and sounds like the real thing,” said Joe Breen. “Women will come up to him and kiss him like the real Elvis.”

King is “one of the world’s best Elvis tribute artists.” He has participated in numerous Elvis impersonation contests, winning first place in more than 35 contests.

He can also do Roy Orbison, Joe Cocker, Waylon Jennings, Paul McCartney and Dean Martin.

The performance is part of a fundraiser to support Northeast Michigan Veterans Memorial Park.

They actively seek sponsors, include names and logos on banners/flyers when printed.

To set up a sponsorship or to purchase tickets, contact Breen at 989-906-2155 or Rose Mary Nentvig at 989-820-9747.

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