Cherokee Casino Fort Gibson plans a flashback weekend
FORT GIBSON, Okla. – Flashback Friday takes on a new meaning as the Cherokee Casino Fort Gibson offers its weekend-long version with tribute bands playing Aug. 12-13.
On Aug. 12, local artist Brent Giddens becomes “An Echo of the King” in an electrifying Elvis tribute show at 3 Rivers Tavern at 9 p.m.
Bad Moon Rising offers a raw, bayou rendition of Creedence Clearwater Revival, beginning at 9 p.m. on Aug. 13. Both shows are free to the public.
Giddens is an Elvis tribute artist who competed in national competitions, including Elvis Presley Enterprises’ worldwide competition where he earned the championship in 2010. The artist’s high-energy show features all the eras of Elvis’ career. His uncanny ability to entertain an audience and sultry re-creation of Elvis’ voice are unmatched.
In 1993, five talented musicians came together to form one of the most exciting tribute bands around today, Bad Moon Rising. Lead vocalist Brian Eldredge captivates audiences with show-stopping performances nationwide, effortlessly capturing the spirit that is John Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Fans of rock, country folk or rhythm & blues alike find something to love about Bad Moon Rising’s authentic rendition of CCR.
For more information on Giddens, visit www.oklahomaelvis.net
For more information on Bad Moon Rising, visit www.creagles.com
Cherokee Casino Fort Gibson is located off State Highway 62.
For more information on Cherokee casinos, visit www.cherokeecasino.com
or call 1-800-760-6700. All guests must be at least 21 years of age to attend.