Thursday, 20 December 2012

Free Entry to Elvis And Us Exhibition on January 8!


Fans of Elvis Presley and The Beatles will be able to visit Liverpool’s Elvis and Us exhibition for free* for one day only to celebrate what would have been The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s ® 78th birthday.

On Tuesday 8th January 2013, fans can receive tickets on a first come first served basis to view the renowned exhibition co-curated by Graceland and the award-winning Beatles Story. Fans are advised to arrive early as demand for the tickets is expected to be high.

Elvis and Us first opened to the public in October 2010 and since then has welcomed tens of thousands of fans from all over the world all eager to find out more about the influence Elvis Presley had on the young Beatles.

In addition to displaying many incredibly rare artefacts, Elvis and Us also stocks official Elvis Presley memorabilia otherwise only available at Graceland – ideal for unique Christmas gifts.

The exhibition has even been visited by Elvis’s co-star in the film The Trouble with Girls Marlyn Mason and James Burton, legendary guitarist from Elvis’s own TCB Band - who backed The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll® in concert between 1969 and 1977. Both have given the exhibition their seal of approval.

A global exclusive for the city of Liverpool, Elvis and Us marks the first time archivists from Elvis Presley’s Graceland have curated an exhibition of this scale in the UK. Included are scores of amazing Elvis artefacts that have never before been seen outside of Elvis Presley’s home in Memphis, Tenn.

From his iconic Jailhouse Rock shirt to the amazing jumpsuits that characterised Presley’s later Vegas career, the exhibition displays a fabulous array of items previously only seen in photographs, films and on stage.

The influence Elvis Presley had over the young Beatles and the one and only meeting between the two world icons is carefully explored through a series of video interviews shot exclusively for the exhibition. The interviews feature Priscilla Presley, The Beatles’ 1960s press officer Tony Barrow, NME journalist Chris Hutchins, and members of The Quarrymen, the band that evolved into The Beatles.

For more information on Elvis and Us visit

Images of the exhibition are available to view

*Subject to T&Cs below

Terms and Conditions
  • Ticket allows entry to the Elvis and Us Exhibition, Fab4D Experience and The Beatles Hidden Gallery at The Beatles Story Pier Head. 
  • Ticket does not allow entry to The Beatles Story Albert Dock.
  • Valid for one day only 08/01/13. 
  • Tickets cannot be transferred to another time or day. 
  • All winners will be allocated a time slot upon arrival. Tickets will be allocated first come, first served, available from 10:00am on 08/01/13. 
  • There are a limited number of free tickets and when all tickets have been allocated, entry to the Exhibition will be closed. 
  • If you miss your time slot you may have to wait until the next time slot becomes available, if at all. 
  • Last entry will be 5:00pm. 
  • Due to Health & Safety restrictions The Beatles Story reserves the right to delay entry on timed tickets. 
  • No cash alternative. 
  • Only one ticket per person. 
  • The Beatles Story reserves the right to refuse entry. 
  • The Beatles Story reserves the right to cancel this event without prior notice.

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