2024 Lone Star King Festival - FRIDAY ONLY

Fri. May 24, 2024 7:00pm - 10:00pm CDT
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2024 Lone Star King Festival
May 24-26, 2024 (Friday - Sunday)
Palace Theatre
All reserved seating
Weekend VIP Bundle: $330 -$390
One Day Only Pass: $40-$100 per day

WEEKEND VIP BUNDLE ** Please call Grapevine Ticketline at 817.410.3100 to purchase.
Rows A-D - $390  
Balcony Row AA - $330

Rows E-H - $100
Rows I-M - $80
Rows N-T - $60
Balcony BB-HH - $40 Friday & Sunday, $60 Saturday 


LANCASTER THEATER - Intimate Showcases
$20 per event
Click here to see the full schedule for the Lancaster Theatre and order your tickets

The Lone Star King Festival will honor and celebrate the life and music of the King of Rock and Roll.  The festival will showcase the creative combination of live musicians, singers and world-renowned Elvis™ tribute artists, recreating the excitement, emotions and the electrifying sensation the King generated on stage! 

Performances include shows in the Palace Theatre with FEVER - The Band rockin' the house and intimate showcases performed to tracks in the Lancaster Theatre.



7 p.m. - 8:15 p.m. - Tupelo Homecoming Concert 1956

Dallas’ own World Champion Tribute Artist Moses Snow is 21 years old, the same age as Elvis when he performed this famous show. Elvis returned to his birthplace to celebrate his success as a rising star in his hometown in front of thousands. Moses has seen his own success, returning as last years Lone Star champion & now takes his tribute from South America through Europe!

8:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. - Texas vs Oklahoma
The Lone Star state or the Sooner state, which state has the best performance tributes to Elvis? Find out in this fun competition which includes renowned entertainers David Allen, Gib Maynard, Al Joslin and Jeff Lewis. The TX and OK rivalry began in the early 1900’s over politics, then got worse due to numerous disputes. Beginning in 1920 through today, the rivalry is mostly about football, but on this night, the conflict takes to the stage!


3 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. The '68 Comeback
The '68 Comeback Special is considered the first MTV Unplugged performance, and to many fans, the highlight of Presley’s career. The King was back on top as the ‘68 Comeback Special is the definitive chronicle of one of the greatest rock-and-roll performances ever. Come and witness history remade with World Champion tribute artist, Michael Chambliss. 

4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. - “That’s The Way It Is”
A special event showcasing the authentic style of Elvis by World Champion and former Lone Star Champion, Jimmy Holmes. This is a requested show for Jimmy, seen by fans in 8 countries. At just 25 years old, Jimmy recreates Elvis’ spectacular documentary “That’s The Way It Is” from 1970.  The show includes performances from a three-day concert series in Las Vegas. The documentary is still popular today and marked Presley’s triumphant return to the concert stage after a decade of absence.

8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. - The Concert Years
This show will take the audience through Elvis’ most iconic jumpsuit concert era featuring Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist, Bill Cherry. Bill is known globally for his vocals, majestic likeness and natural charisma. His genuineness makes him one of the best tribute performers in the world.  Don’t miss one of the most authentic Elvis Tribute you’ll ever see. Bill is considered by many “second to none.”

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. - Pure Gospel

Elvis loved gospel music and that love never faded throughout his career. Elvis’ moving connection to spiritual songs was so real and compelling there’s something unique to it.  Elvis called the music pure and Al Joslin from Houston understands why, he feels it too. Al also sounds so much like Elvis you will be amazed as he takes us to church through song at The Palace.

2:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. - Stop, Look and Listen!
What does Pigeon Forge, Las Vegas & Japan have in common?  Top entertainers live there and all 3 will be performing their own style of Elvis tribute. This show will definitely get your attention as Michael Chambliss, Chase Brown and Toki Toyokazu take their turn on stage! They are huge Elvis fans that due to cultural, environmental or situational influences have perfected their own unique way of paying tribute to the King of Rock and Roll.

4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. - Remember
A special remembrance concert by internationally known Kraig Parker. Kraig is loved world-wide and is also one of the DFW Metroplex’s most popular tribute artist. The closing of the festival will be this Memorial Day show with songs honoring those who died serving in the US Military. It will be done in Elvis style as Elvis loved America and he also served in the Army. Elvis sang many songs that will have you stopping to reflect on those who died defending our nation and our values. It will be an emotionally charged show as we honor those from the past and look forward to the future with Memorial Day also kicking off the summer season.

A $2 Fee is charged per ticket.
Weekend Bundle gives you access for the entire weekend of events in the Palace Theatre. Day Passes are for single day events in the Palace Theatre. Tickets to see performances in the Lancaster Theatre are sold seperately.
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Palace Theatre 300 S Main St
Grapevine, TX 76051