Elvis Lives at Prescott Farmers’ Market. Click here to see…Elvis Live!
Elvis was alive and shakin’ at the Prescott Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market last Saturday, to help celebrate the market’s official opening. Wearing his trademark spangled jumpsuit and white shades, The King performed many of his greatest hits, from “Suspicious Minds” to “In the Ghetto” to a crowd of appreciative onlookers.
Red House Honey was honoured to be able to present Elvis (a.k.a Kirk Francois) with some authentic soil gleaned from the grounds of Graceland.
Ray’s Reptiles also put on a great show, with reptiles and a petting zoo. Added to the festivities were fiddle music, face painting and of course all the dedicated and talented Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market vendors. Thanks to Kevin Hutt for organizing and to everyone else who helped out to make it a great and memorable opening day. Kudos to Brenda Steinburg of B’s Bubbles for her great Elvis video and photos.