$40,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$8.00Initial Offering Share Price
02/2022Initial Offering Date
Elvis Presley was, is, and will always be The King of Rock N’ Roll. With songs like All Shook Up, Don’t Be Cruel, and Suspicious Minds, he left an indelible mark on popular music. When performing for a stadium of 18,000 fans in Indianapolis during the summer of ‘77, nobody knew the show would be the 42-year-old icon’s last, except, perhaps, Elvis himself, who closed with the mysterious parting words: “We’ll meet you again, God bless, adios.” Of only 9 full tickets graded by PSA, #ELVIS is a 1977 Elvis Presley Last Live Performance Full Ticket graded PSA 8 with none graded higher.
“Elvis Presley’s death deprives our country of a part of itself. He was unique, irreplaceable. More than twenty years ago, he burst upon the scene with an impact that was unprecedented and will probably never be equaled.”— Jimmy Carter
Elvis Aaron Presley is born to Vernon and Gladys Presley in a two-room house in Tupelo, Mississippi.
Elvis walks into 706 Union Avenue in Memphis Tennessee and asks to record his voice for the very first time. He makes a two-sided acetate at his own expense, recording the songs: My Happiness; That’s When Your Heartaches Begin; I’ll Never Stand In Your Way; It Wouldn’t Be The Same Without You; I Love You Because; That’s All Right; Harbor Lights; and Blue Moon of Kentucky.
Elvis performs publicly for the first time at Levitt Shell amphitheater in Memphis, supporting the more well-known Slim Whitman. According to the book Scotty & Elvis: Aboard the Mystery Train: “Elvis was so nervous, he stood up on the balls of his feet and shook his leg in time with the music. To his shock and horror the girls in the audience went crazy, yelling and applauding.”
The first television appearance for Presley takes place on the Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show. He is 21 years of age and a relative unknown. He performs Shake, Rattle, and Roll; Flip, Flop, and Fly; and I Got a Woman by Ray Charles.
Viva Las Vegas opens. Of Elvis’ many film roles Viva Las Vegas would prove to be his highest grossing, making $9,442,967 domestically.
Elvis performs the biggest concert of his career. According to Radio Station WRKR 107.7 FM’s website: “Over the course of his career he [Presley] performed 1,684 concerts but never played for a bigger audience than the time more than 60,000 fans packed the Pontiac Silverdome to ring in 1976. This was Elvis Presley's highest grossing concert, with his highest attendance.”
Elvis’ final live concert takes place on June 26, 1977. He performs for 18,000 fans at Indianapolis’ Market Square Arena.
Elvis dies of heart failure in his Graceland mansion in Memphis, TN at 42 years of age.
Elvis is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. According to Hollywood Reporter: “The rock hall inducted Presley in 1986 and calls him ‘the undisputed King of Rock and Roll.’ The rock hall says he holds records for the most Top 40 hits with 104 and the most Top 10 hits with 38.”
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #ELVIS and offer it on the Rally platform.
Elvis, a film that looks at the life of Elvis Presley, is slated for release. It is directed by Baz Luhrman and stars Tom Hanks, Austin Butler and Olivia DeJonge.
“There have been a lotta tough guys. There have been pretenders. And there have been contenders. But there is only one king.”
– Bruce Springsteen
Elvis died of heart failure only six weeks after his final live performance.Invest Now
|Initial Offering Share Price||$8.00|
|Number of Shares||5,000|
|Initial Offering Market Cap.||$40,000|
|Memorabilia Type||Full Ticket|
|Date||June 26, 1977|
|Venue||Market Square Arena|
|Rarity||1 of 3 (PSA 8) with none higher|
|Authentication||Professional Sports Authenticators (PSA)|