See one of the best Elvis Presley tribute acts in Doha

Get ready to jive to Jailhouse Rock at Shangri-La Hotel Doha

See one of the best Elvis Presley tribute acts in Doha

The Official Elvis Presley Fan Club of Qatar and Shangri-La Hotel Doha take you back to 1970s Las Vegas on Thursday February 15, where the stage will be set for the king of rock ’n’ roll’s greatest comeback.

Bill Cherry (literally the closest to Elvis as it gets), and the official Elvis Artist Showcase (EAS) Band will bring you all the hits from the era at the Burnin’ Love dinner concert. Fans also get to enjoy a three-course Elvis-themed menu featuring some Memphis soul food (we just hope that includes burgers).

Classics from the ’70s, such as Burning Love, The Wonder of You, Heartbreak Hotel and much more, will be played live, and we are pretty sure you’re going to have a ball.

Bill Cherry has received many awards and accolades for his spot-on renditions of Presley, taking first place at the 2009 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Preliminaries in Tupelo, Mississippi. He has also won The Heart of the King award in Las Vegas at the Hilton, where the real Elvis Presley performed for several years.

While Bill has never met the king, he’s definitely maintaining his legacy and impressing audiences at every one of his performances. Don’t believe us? Head over to Shangri-La tomorrow and see for yourself.
QR550 (three-course dinner and beverages). Feb 15, 7pm-1am. Shangri-La Hotel Ballroom, Shangri-La Hotel Doha, West Bay (4429 5000). For tickets email: or

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