Elvis will be back in the building, at The O2 in London, as part of a new exhibition showcasing more than 200 artefacts, many of which will be on display for the first time.

The show, Elvis on Tour, follows the success of the 2014/15 Elvis at The O2, which was visited by over 200,000 people.

It will open on 3rd November until 4th February, 2018 and feature various clothing, memorabilia and guitars.

About the exhibition

Elvis on Tour will cover the years 1969 – 1977, offering audiences the chance to explore the life of the ‘King’ as he toured America.  

Bringing together dozens of examples of Elvis’ costumes and stage wear, along with guitars, jewellery, posters and, for the first time, interviews with Elvis’ touring band, it will provide an insight into what went on backstage.

Among the artefacts showcased in the exhibition will be over 35 jumpsuits and costumes worn by Elvis, guitars from tours that the King played, including the Gretzch Country Gentlemen Guitar used on stage in Las Vegas in 1969.

In addition, guests will have the chance to see tour trunks, including one still filled with silk scarves that he gave out to audiences at his concerns during 1969 – 1970 and an original acetate of ‘An American Trilogy’ – a song brought to Elvis by Priscilla.

There will also be original costume sketches designed by Elvis’ designer, Bill Belew, who also designed outfits for Priscilla Presley and a gold belt given to him in 1969 by the International Hotel in Las Vegas to mark his record-breaking live performance attendance in the City.

Booking information

Groups of ten and more can book their tickets by calling 0208-295 8600 or email sales@hospitalityline.co.uk