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For Immediate Release October 4, 2005

Elvis Presley Tribute Dinner Show
Presented by WHTT 104.1 FM

Niagara Falls, ON - The Winter Festival of Lights is pleased to welcome the return of international award winning Elvis tribute artist, Stephen Kabakos, in his award-winning show, The Way It Was, presented by WHTT 104.1 FM.

Stephen executes a dynamic portrayal of Elvis authenticity which earned him Grand Champion status at the 2001 Images of the King World Competition in Memphis, Tennessee, making him one of the most highly praised and sought after Elvis stylists in the country.

With amazing accuracy, Kabakos delivers an astonishing, high energy, stage performance mastering the look, sound, gyrations, vocal dexterity, and mannerisms of the King of Rock & Roll. He covers Elvis' entire career from the early Sun Studio recordings, through to the army, movie, '68 Comeback, and explosive concert years! Stephen has the young Elvis look and all the costume changes that Elvis fans want to see. The Way It Was creates a stunning illusion as pinnacle moments in the life of Elvis Presley are relived!

You can experience the King of Rock & Roll on Saturday, November 12, 2005 at the Americana Resort & Spa, located at 8444 Lundy's Lane. Doors open at 6 PM with dinner scheduled at 7 PM and the performance at 9 PM. Tickets are just $66.34 and include dinner, show, parking and applicable taxes.

To purchase tickets contact the Winter Festival of Lights at 905 374-1616 x. 22 (local area calls) or 1-800-563-2557 x. 22 or heidi@WFOL.com. For further information, please visit the Winter Festival of Lights award-winning website at www.WFOL.com.

Special accommodation packages are available by calling the Americana Resort & Spa at 1-800-263-3508.


About the Winter Festival of Lights
Now entering its 23rd year, the Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls, Ontario is a two-month festival which runs from November 4, 2005 to January 2, 2006. The Winter Festival of Lights attracts over 1.1 million people annually, was recently selected as a Top 100 Event by the American Bus Association and is the largest winter lights festival in Canada.

Heidi Werner, Events Coordinator
Winter Festival of Lights
905-374-1616 x. 22

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