The Parkes Elvis Festival is back on with a bang!

The Elvis Festival in Parkes is now world renowned so it is hard to imagine that it was dreamt up over a dinner conversation by a few locals including Bob and Annie Steele.

At one of the free concerts — Cooke Park

Once the idea took hold, they formed an Elvis Revival committee and organised the entire event that included the first street parade, dinner and dancing at their Grasslands restaurant, a flea market and a…

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