MEMPHIS, TN - DECEMBER 16: Elvis Presley's Graceland estate is seen December 16, 2004 in Memphis, Tennessee. Robert F.X. Sillerman and Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE) announced December 16 the pending sale of an 85% stake in EPE, which will include all naming rights, intelectual property, archival documents, operations of Graceland and surrounding properties as well as revenue derived from Elvis' music, films and television specials. The sale, estimated at $100 million, was structured so Lisa Marie Presley, sole heir to the Elvis Presley estate, would retain the 13.6 acre Graceland grounds and most of Elvis' personal effects. (Photo by Mike Brown/Getty Images)
Elvis Week just got a little cooler.
For the first time ever, Graceland is hosting a drive-in. “Viva Las Vegas” will be shown tonight. A drive-in screenings of “’68 Comeback Special” will be held tomorrow night and “Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii” will be shown on Sunday night. The drive-in screenings are part of Elvis Week, which commemorates his death on August 16, 1877.