ELVIS tribute artist Jason Dale is bringing Las Vegas to The Courthouse in Knutsford to support the town’s First Responders.

Jason will be performing the king’s greatest hits in Elvis Viva Las Vegas, a 90-minute show, on Friday, March 6 at 8pm.

The evening is a fundraiser for Knutsford Community First Responder Trust.

Jason said: “The show is a full one and half hours, and we perform all the greatest hits of the king, including Suspicious Minds, Jailhouse Rock, In the Ghetto and Viva Las Vegas.

“Elvis fans are the best fans, and we always love to meet them after the shows.

"It's a great honour to perform at The Courthouse for Knutsford First Responders."

Jason is widely recognised as the UK’s top Elvis stylist and Elvis tribute artist, with replica Elvis costumes imported from the USA and fantastic stage lighting.

He has a wealth of experience performing his Elvis tribute show throughout the world, including Australian tours and two Las Vegas residencies.

Knutsford Guardian:

Jason sings popular Elvis songs from the early 1950s through to the famous 1970s Las Vegas concert years, and hands out silk scarves during his performances of classic songs such as Love Me Tender, Wonder Of You and Can't Help Falling In Love.

2020 means a change of format for the highly successful theatre production of Jason Dale as Elvis.

Now the Vegas Years are faithfully recreated, including all the hits from 1969 to 1977, The Wonder Of You, Heartbreak Hotel and American Trilogy, to name but a few.

Along with many of the well-known hits of the king are included several obscure songs sure to please the most ardent Elvis fans.

All the costumes are designed and created by Gene Doucette, the same person who created Elvis’ costumes, and every aspect of the show is created to be as close to an Elvis concert as possible.

Knutsford Guardian:

Vocally, musically and most importantly the feel and energy of an Elvis Presley show is authentically created, and for more information visit

The evening features an auction, for which a number of local businesses have already donated top prizes.

Clare and Illingworth optometrists has given a pair of Tom Ford glasses, Travel Bag has donated a £250 holiday voucher and the Curzon cinema has given two adult tickets.

Knutsford First Responders would welcome more prizes, and if anyone can help please call Heather Lawrence on 07704 288779.

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Heather is also the contact for tickets for the show, which are £45.

Jane Gibbons from Knutsford First Responders said: "Our aim is to preserve life, and having events like this allows us to continue serving the community.”