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Joseph Hall and His Rock ‘N Remember Elvis Tribute Returns to give Sidney a hunka, hunka burning love

SIDNEY – At 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 16th, Joseph Hall will open the High Plains Arts Council’s 2023-2024 season with his popular Rock ‘N Remember ELVIS Tribute at the Sidney High School Performing Arts Center. And Elvis fans will swoon! Hall has the authentic look, the extraordinary voice, the hip-swiveling moves, and the personal charm to take audiences back to the day they first fell in love with the iconic Elvis Presley.

Joseph Hall, a Lincoln native, has been playing tribute to the legacy of the King of Rock and Roll since 2006. He has toured from coast to coast and in Europe, has appeared on Good Morning America, USA Today, Fox News, and The Morning Show, performed with Legends in Concert, and worked with Elvis Presley Enterprises. Hall was a Top Ten Finalist on Season Three of America’s Got Talent; has won the “Spirit of Elvis” award, placed third in the “Ultimate Elvis Tribute” contest, and headlined his own smash show in Branson, Missouri for six seasons, where he was named Branson’s 2014 Male Performer of the Year and earned 2014 Tribute Show of the Year honors.

Joseph Hall feels a connection to Elvis and has mastered three decades of #1 Elvis hits. According to Hall, “What I love about Elvis is that he can match any mood. If you are feeling young and energetic, listen to his 50’s stuff. If you want powerful ballads, his 70’s music is so moving, it will make you cry. And if you want a life changing experience, listen to his gospel music.” Hall will include songs from each category in his two hour show here in Sidney. “My goal is to capture the essence of Elvis Presley, and to pay tribute to him with the utmost respect to his legacy, his music, his image, and above all else, his fans.”

Local audiences are familiar with Joseph Hall’s award-winning talent. This will be his fourth appearance with the High Plains Arts Council (HPAC). “Joseph Hall puts on a very professional show, has a loyal fan base, and is one of our most popular acts,” declares Carrie Brown, HPAC president.

Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, $5 for students (including WNCC), and children under 5 are free. Tickets will be available at the door, but advance tickets can be purchased at the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce or from the Cheyenne County Visitor’s Center. Please pay with a check or exact change.

For information please contact Pam Arrington at 308-249-0345.


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