Memories Theatre proudly presents a musical tribute to the rock-n-roll and country legends of yesterday and today. Highly regarded ‘Elvis Tribute Artists’ electrify the stage and thrills audiences with his incredible Salute to Elvis. The slate of guest tribute artists changes periodically thus offering audiences an opportunity to see completely different shows throughout the year.
We spent New Years Eve at the special long show, thinking it would be a great, safe, and enjoyable way to bring in the New Year! We were greatly disappointed...we have visited Memories many times in the past and found that it has gone downhill tremendously. For starters the lady, Robin who answered the phone when I called to make reservations put me on hold 3 times during one conversation and spoke to others around her during making my reservation (non business related convo) I found this very unprofessional. Moving on to the show....it is obvious that true talent is no longer a requirement to preform here...the Kenny Chesney guy was horrible...he didn't seem to know all the words to the songs he was singing and the words he was singing sounded nothing like the real Kenny...he was out of breath halfway thru 1 song. He needs to hang up his hat asap!! Tina Turner lady...she had potential...definitely needed help with her wardrobe and hair....Tina always had teased up hair but this lady looked like she crawled out of bed or the gutter...her voice had pros and cons. The Blues Brothers were amazing...nothing but fun and great impersonations. The guy who was Bobby Daren and Jason Alden was dead on. He had the look, the voice, and the attitude of the real guys. He really seemed to take his impersonations as more of a honor than a job. I think this guy also does Elvis and I hear is one if not the best Elvis impersonator around. Would like to see that sometime. Speaking of Elvis...WOW what was with the Elvis they had preforming for the second half of the show....he looked nothing like Elvis...looked a little Chinese to us, had really bad hair and the ugliest Elvis outfit ever. He seemed really conceded as he preformed. Spent a lot of time talking or laughing at himself between songs. What really set us off was the fact that he almost seemed drunk...after the show at the signing table he was bobbing his head and slurring his words. NOT PROFESSIONAL AT ALL!! The "security" guys were standing at the side doors smoking while guests were still in the room...the smell was strong. The dancers were great, very energetic and great variety of moves and costumes. Great job to their dance captain. Overall the show had its pros and cons. It definitely needs a makeover (kinda grungy feeling) and more tightness and practice put into the show. Sad to see how far it has drifted from what it use to be.
My husband and I took my parents (my dad is an Elvis fan). Travis James opened the show as Conway Twitty. We did not care for his performance at all, didn't think he sounded at all like Conway. Next were Josh Livingston and Jarrod Millsaps as the Blues Brothers - they were the best part of the whole show - very entertaining and exceptional impersonators! Matt Cordell was next as Bobby Darin - not a huge Bobby fan, but Cordell does an excellent job. We love Cordell as Elvis - he's the best Elvis impersonator we've seen and boy do we wish he had been Elvis at this show because next was Will Stiles as Elvis and we did not like his performance. Backup singers were great, we had a great time overall, but some of these performers need some work.
Belton, South Carolina, United States
Was there December 1, 2015. Great show with Conway Twitty, Blues Brothers and Bobby Darin. Then Elvis hit the stage. OMG, if we had not wanted to stay to speak to the other entertainers, we would have left. That Elvis was awful and the sad part is he don't know it! I will go to Memories again but if it is the same Elvis I will leave when he comes on. I know the owners of the theater know how many people think this Elvis is because when I went to the lobby to stand while he was singing so badly, I told some of the staff. Their response to me was we hear this daily. Why does the owner keep him?
Travelers Rest, South Carolina
We had just been in Vegas and went to Legends so I thought this show would be great also for our group. It was good for the group price but thankful we didn't pay full price for it.
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How long is the show?
The show is 2 hours long.
What is the length of the intermission?
There will be 15 minutes for intermission.
Is there a pre-show?
Are visitors allowed to meet and greet the performers?
Yes, after the show.
Are cameras, audio, or video recording allowed at the show?
Cameras are allowed, but no video or audio recording.
What is the size of the theater?
This theater seats 450 people.
What type of parking is available?
There are handicap parking spots and all parking is free.
Do you offer handicap seating?
Handicap seating is available upon request.