Viva Surfers Paradise is back in 2015 as we pay tribute to the life and music of the King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Presley. But the fun doesn’t stop there, there more 50s and 60s fun running all week from live performances to vintage stalls, rock 'n' roll dancing and more!
Due to popular demand world famous Elvis performer Chris Connor will be returning to Surfers Paradise to take the stage at Viva Surfers Paradise 2015! Performing at such venues as the Manchester Apollo and the Harrogate International Centre in the World's Greatest Elvis Tribute Concerts, Chris is no stranger to the stage and fans can't wait to have him woo audiences all over again.
This July, another international performer, Bill Cherry, all the way from the USA, is set to make an appearance. Bill not only sings, acts and dances like the King, he even drives the same car! Bill took 1st place at the 2009 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Competition in Memphis, and has won several other awards & competitions.
So get ready to put on your blue suede shoes, because Viva Surfers Paradise 2015 is going to have you up dancing all week long!
Don’t miss Viva Surfers Paradise from Friday 10 to Sunday 19 July 2015 at Surfers Paradise Beach.
If you are planning to watch Viva Surfers Paradise, you may want to book our Apartments Main Beach. Our resort is within minutes from Surfers Paradise Beach.
We have one bedroom apartments, two bedroom apartments and three bedroom apartments which can accommodate friends, families and corporate travellers. The apartments feature a large lounge area, Foxtel TV, a DVD player, a bathroom/s, a private balcony, fully equipped kitchens, full laundry facilities, air conditioning and many other amenities.
Aside from our stylish apartments, we also have guest facilities. Our guest facilities include a heated swimming pool, a barbecue and entertainment area, spa and sauna, full size tennis court, and broadband internet.
For booking information, please visit http://devilleapartments.etourism.net.au
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