Looking for a hunka hunka something to do on Friday night?

How about visiting The King in concert and hearing nostalgic tunes while helping out some sick folks?

Camp Bowie District is hosting a benefit concert that features an Elvis impersonator celebrating the 40th anniversary of the famous Aloha From Hawaii concert.


The show begins at 7 p.m. Friday at the historic Ridglea Theater, 6025 Camp Bowie Blvd.

Tickets are $15 for balcony seats, $25 for general admission floor seats, and $50 for VIP seats. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Hope Center for Autism, as well as beautification efforts for Camp Bowie Boulevard.

As a reward for having read all of this blog post, I offer four free tickets to the first person who leaves a comment and correctly answers this trivia question: The great guitarist James Burton played in Elvis’ band for years, but before that he was axe man for another teen idol who was featured on a TV show in the 1950s. Name the first teen idol that Burton played with.