Windsor King Fest, formerly known as Windsor Elvis Fest, took place from 21-23 June 2013.

The first Windsor Elvis Festival was held in June 2006 and brought together over 40 Elvis-themed performers and thousands of fans on the Windsor waterfront for an exciting weekend of entertainment.

It was designed to keep locals active and improve tourism in the area, as well as raise funds for senior centres. Hundreds of volunteers, including myself, have worked tirelessly for many years to ensure that the Elvis Festival continues to achieve its aims.

It has undergone a number of changes over the years and has been held at various venues in Windsor. This year the festival has changed its name to Windsor King Fest and is run by the Elvis Entertainers Network.

The Senior Centres continue to support its accessibility and are the designated charity for the event.

Festivals of this type rely heavily on community support and the purpose of this letter is to thank everyone who has been with us in the past and to encourage the community to come out and support Windsor King Fest.

All events are held at the Chrysler Theatre premises and are very affordable. A new feature, the Great Contenders show, has been added and we are now participating in the King of the World competition which takes place in Memphis during Elvis Week.

Windsor King Fest