Elvis performed in "The Bell Auditorium" Augusta, Georgia. The Presley's moved to the new house on Adubon Drive in Memphis.
Elvis and his entourage, Scotty and DJ left for Nashville for a recording sessions.
They were joined by all musician from the June 1958 session. They worked from 8.00 p.m. to 7.00 a.m. Elvis completed 6 sides for an urgently needed new single, which was pressed and shipped within 2 days, and toward his upcoming album.
Elvis arrived at the Paramount studio to begin his work on Blue Hawaii.
After preproduction meetings, Elvis went to Radio Recorders to rehearse with the band.
Elvis left for Los Angeles in his new Dodge motor home.
After 11 days off, Elvis finally returned to the studio to begin rehearsals for Clambake.
Elvis performed at the Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee 8:30 pm. The crowd was 12300
and Elvis wore the 1973 Arabian suit with original belt and a blue cape.
Without preparations RCA had its mobile
recording truck on hand to record this final show of the tour.
Elvis performed at the Showroom, Las Vegas, Hilton, Las Vegas.
Elvis performed at the Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina at 2.30 and 8.30 p.m.
At 2:30 pm the crowd was 12000 and Elvis wore the Silver phoenix suit with original belt.
At 8:30 pm the crowd was also 12000 and Elvis wore the white Egyptian bird suit with original belt. Elvis seemed confused to both fans and reporters this day.