Elvis can still be found in Las Vegas. His spirit lives here.
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The Elvisarama museum closed Oct 1, 2006.
Cirque du Soleil show VIVA ELVIS
CLOSED AUGUST 31, 2012
Elvis Presley in the Las Vegas Walk of Stars
At the Riviera ...
on May 4 2015, the hotel closed.
The old star was removed and donated to the Neon Museum
The new star was installed February 2016 in front of the Paris.
"Million Dollar Quartet" at Harrah's closed Dec 4, 2016
*The Elvis Exhibit at the Westgate,in partnership with Graceland* closed Feb 26 2016
The bond between Las Vegas and Elvis:
What is it about Elvis and Vegas Wedding Chapels?
**Elvis in Vegas Tour**
The Harley Davidson restaurant on the Strip closed October 2016
Fremont Street - Finish line of the race in
VIVA LAS VEGAS
Hoover Dam, another place in the race
Lake Mead, used in scenes of VIVA LAS VEGAS
Mt Charleston, its roads used in the race
Valley of Fire - used in the race
The Sahara - Elvis used to visit there a LOT. Some scenes of Viva Las Vegas were made there, too. He stayed in the Presidential Suite with Ann M during the movie filming. NOTE: THIS HOTEL CLOSED MAY 15, 2011.
Remodeled, now called the SLS.
The Flamingo - VIVA LAS VEGAS filmed there
The Peppermill Restaurant / Lounge. Inside the Fireside lounge is where Elvis and his group used to visit late at night. The decor has changed since 1972, but the ambience can't be beat!
Elvis has three streets named after him. Streets are named by property owners and two did so in northern Las Vegas near the year 2000. Take an excursion to visit Elvis Presley Court and Elvis Alive Drive. Located a few miles from each other near Mt Charleston. Here is a map: http://mapq.st/1ES9dMU
Elvis also has a street in the tourist corridor. Former Riviera Blvd, a connector street between LV Blvd and Paradise Rd, was renamed Elvis Presley Blvd. The road leads into the former Hilton, The Westgate.
Check out this website all about street naming and learn how it is done. The government doesn't decide to force street names onto property owners. Someone has to come up with the idea and fulfill all of the requirements both legal and financial. Thanks to the Westgate, a property owner near the Riviera Blvd, their application for the name change was approved on May 19 2015.