” “I do not think Elvis would care for it if he knew the fans were charged to go up, and see,” she said. “There’s a price, for that as well, to accommodate all of the people.” News of the vigil charge also upset Anthony Stuchbury, of Bolton, England, who has been to Graceland more than two dozen times, but didn’t come this year. “I do not think Elvis would care for it if he knew the fans were charged to go up, and see.” 2017 FOX News Network, LLC.
A few in number Presley fans made a pilgrimage to Graceland the year he died and they have went on coming ever since. (Associated Press) The announcement surprised fans who did not know about the charge when they made future plans to come to Elvis Week. Elvis Presley’s fans were ticked off of when they were charged a whopping $28.75 to drop by the late singer’s grave on the 40th anniversary of the rock ‘n’ roll icon’s death. Graceland, operated by Elvis Presley Enterprises, said it anticipated large crowds, and it updated its security measures, for Elvis Week, the annual celebration of Presley’s life and career in music and movies.
Presley fans have been making a solemn procession past the “Love Me Tender” singer’s grave at his Graceland mansion during such time annual candlelight vigil commemorating his death, without paying a penny, for nearly four decades. The wristband also provided have access to to a new $45 million entertainment complex at the Memphis tourist attraction. Presley died on Aug. Corporations, they want the bottom line.” Those who attended the vigil that began Tuesday night, and runs into Wednesday were required to buy the $28.75 Elvis Week Property Pass wristband to walk up the long driveway and past the graves just where Presley and relatives are buried. “But the current price-gouging situation has created, accordingly much friction, it is even dividing fans.” Graceland, Presley’s home in Memphis, Tenn., opened, for tours on June 7, 1982….Read The Full Article Here”
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