Elvis to appear at Peach City Beach Cruise

A prominent Elvis tribute act is crusin' on down to the Peach City Beach Cruise June 24 to 26.

Elvis tribute artist Jeff Bodner is bringing the King to the Peach City Beach Cruise June 24 to 26.

Bodner has been performing his tribute act to Elvis Presley both nationally and internationally. As part of his performance at the Peach City Beach Cruise he raises money for the BC Children’s Hospital Society.

Bodner has been an Elvis tribute artists since 2000. He has competed in many competitions including the Images of the King competition in Memphis, Tenessee. In 2003 he became grand champion in the nonprofessional division of the Collingwood, Ont. Elvis tribute artists competition. Bonder won the professional division at the Penticton Elvis festival in 2007 as well.

Bodner will make his appearances at the Peach City Beach Cruise Friday and Saturday evenings and a special Gospel Elvis performance on Sunday, June 26 at 10 a.m. For more information visit www.peachcitybeachcruise.com



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