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Elvis tribute concert
Friends of Wayne Animals will present “Elvis: A Tribute Concert,” featuring Mike Moat, on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Rosen Theatre at the YMCA of Wayne to benefit the welfare, sheltering and placement of homeless animals in need under the non-profit’s care.
Moat’s "Eternally Elvis" show is a 100 percent live, high energy, action packed re-creation of an Elvis Presley concert. Often billed as “the ultimate Elvis show," Moat performs with a seven to 11 piece band and never uses backing tracks.
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. and doors open at 6:45 p.m. The Y is located at One Pike Drive, Wayne. Tickets: are $30. No food or beverages are allowed in theater.
Order tickets online at www.fowa.petfinder.com or mail check, payable to Friends of Wayne Animals, to FOWA-Elvis, P.O. BOX 3701, Wayne, NJ 07470.
Seating will be on first purchase, first serve basis.
More About Wayne YMCA
The Wayne YMCA is the Jewish Community Center in Wayne.
The Y has as its mission "to serve people of all ages in an environment of Jewish values and traditions and to preserve the Jewish way of life. Our mission is to provide programs and services to meet social, cultural, educational and recreational needs and to be a common meeting ground for the network of agencies and organizations in the Jewish and general community."
The Y offers a pool, gym and fitness center as well as dance classes and a youth community theater. Back Stage at the Y features musical performances ranging from classical to Broadway and pop.
For a complete list of programs, please see its website.