Elvis drove to Tupelo with Anita Wood and his parents and some friends.
In the local paper Elvis was called "the best ambassador any town could have"
and urged all townspeople to give him a warm welcome. Elvis performed at the Fairgrounds,
Tupelo, for the benefit of the planned Elvis Presley Youth Center.
There was a crowd of 12,000 people and he was accompanied by Hank Garland,
D.J. Fontana and Chuck Wiggington, a friend of D.J., on bass.
Elvis had a meeting with Hal Wallis och John Rich about his next movie "Wasy come, easy go"
Elvis performed at the University of Maryland Cole Fieldhouse
College Park, Maryland. Tjis uearr 15000 och Elvis bar "Peakock" suit with originalbelt.
The media as well as the fans were puzzled about
Elvis performance throughout this tour. Tony Brown however
witnessed Elvis getting out of his limousine, fall to his knees and even
sleepwalk through the entire show.