HURON, S.D. - South Dakotans may be surprised to learn that Aberdeen, S.D., is home to one of the world's best Elvis impersonators.
For more than 20 years Bill Schott has been performing his critically and highly acclaimed “Elvis Tribute” from Memphis to Las Vegas plus overseas tours taking him as far away as Australia.
Schott will do two shows at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on the NorthWestern Energy Freedom Stage at the South Dakota State Fair Sept. 3.
Between Bill “Elvis” Schott's appearances, the fair will feature an “Elvis Impersonator Contest.”
The fair is inviting all those who wish to participate in this “first time in the state” contest to preregister. Contestants will be judged by a panel of judges and will be awarded first, second and third place cash prizes and trophies.
This will be “Elvis Day” at the fair and Elvis fans of all ages are encouraged to join in the festivities.
To pre-register for the “Elvis Contest” contact: South Dakota State Fair, Candi Hettinger, 890 3rd St. SW, Huron, SD 57350-1700; or call (605) 353-7340.