Tribute show coming to Mission

Tribute show coming to Mission

See Elvis, Bob Seger, Johnny Cash, Billy Ray Cyrus, Neil Diamond, Patsy Cline and more

Mission will be filled with legendary talent next week as the Mission Elks host a special Mother’s Day Extravaganza tribute show.

Join Randy “Elvis” Friskie, Gene Friskie and Joy Chapman on Saturday, May 12 at the Mission Elks Hall (33336 Second Ave.).

Tickets are $20 and funds raised are going towards the B.C. Elks Children’s Camps.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.

Tickets are available by calling 778-878-0679.

The show features tributes to Elvis, Bob Seger, Johnny Cash, Billy Ray Cyrus, Neil Diamond, Patsy Cline, Shania Twain, June Carter Cash and Barbra Streisand, to name a few.

Following the show, a dance will take place with the music of Conway Twitty, Johnny Reid, Bruno Mars, Keith Urban and others.

There will also be door prizes, a small silent auction and a 50/50 draw.

So why not treat mom to a special evening and help raise money for the kids at the same time.

About Randy Friskie:

Randy Friskie’s spine-tingling performance brings the King to life for an entire generation of people too young to have experienced Elvis when he was alive, and for the legions of people who remember the anticipation of every new record and movie.

Friskie has been referred to as “The World’s Best Elvis Tribute Act.”

He has enviably mastered Elvis in the three exciting stages of his career: the fabulous ’50s, the spectacular ’60s, and the sensational ’70s.

Performing at Expo ’86 to sold out audiences for seven weeks straight, Friskie’s career was launched and he never looked back.

He starred in the movie It’s Only Make Believe and has appeared in numerous television and radio commercials. He has performed in Las Vegas and Reno with “\Legends In Concert and American Superstars.

He has also appeared with Bob Hope, Pat Boone, Bobby Curtola, Mickey Gilley, Donna Presley (Elvis’ Cousin), Sam Orbison (Roy’s Brother), and Bill Burke (editor of Elvis World and former publicist).

Mission City Record