The Elvis Presley fan club of Oklahoma, based in Okemah, will be sponsoring the 11th annual Elvis Silent Auction and Dance June 6 at the Brickstreet Cafe in Okemah, located at 104th S. Second.

This year’s theme will be “Elvis in Vegas,” the city Presley played twice a year from 1969-1976. Usually, those engagements would be two shows a day for one month and those shows were always sold out.


The Elvis Presley fan club of Oklahoma, based in Okemah, will be sponsoring the 11th annual Elvis Silent Auction and Dance June 6 at the Brickstreet Cafe in Okemah, located at 104th S. Second.
This year’s theme will be “Elvis in Vegas,” the city Presley played twice a year from 1969-1976. Usually, those engagements would be two shows a day for one month and those shows were always sold out.
The June 6 event will not only highlight Presley’s career in Las Vegas but will feature a wide array of the latest officially licensed Elvis Presley items for silent auction.
The official artist of Graceland, Joe Petruccio, will have a new, one-of-a-kind work available at the auction. Petruccio’s works are on several of the latest Elvis products in stores now. The auction also will offer numerous additional items.
The auction itself will run 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The event will feature a dance with KOMA’s Ronnie Kaye, aka “Mr. Rock and Roll,” from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for children, ages 5 to 15. Children 5 and under are free.
The cost of food is not included in the ticket price.
Tickets can be ordered online at www.myspace.com/elvisfanclubofoklahoma or by calling 918-623-1814.
The event will help benefit Street Cats of Tulsa, a nonprofit organization involved with helping cats that have been abandoned or lost and to find new homes for them.