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Wednesday, March 3, 2021


(Doug Weich)

Welcome to Las Vegas, where Elvis has definitely not left the building, and still reigns supreme as the King of rock n’ roll in the entertainment capital of the world.

Rhumbelow Theatre and Northlands Bowling Club will present Burning Love on March 6, 2021, featuring Doug Weich.

The show gives us a glimpse of what it was like to watch the King of Rock n’ Roll in Las Vegas when he made his return to live performances, starting from his debut in 1969 up until the late 1970’s

Based in Ballito, KZN, Weich realized his calling to be an ETA (Elvis Tribute Artist) from a very young age. Climbing through the ranks, Weich has certainly cemented his place as one of the top ETA’s in South Africa. With his voice, moves, rhinestone -studded jumpsuits and charisma, his shows are a must-see.

Burning Love is a show with all the glitz and glamour and is packed with timeless classic hits of yesteryear that will keep the audience thoroughly entertained for the full 90 minute performance.

The spirit of Elvis is truly captured in this Rocktainment Production, featuring Doug Weich as Elvis and backed by an outstanding professional four piece band comprising Evan Cullum (keyboards/backing vocals); John Ellis (lead guitar); Francois Hardy (drums/backing vocals) and Nico Badenhorst (bass guitar).

Come and join these excellent performers for a night to remember, as they take you on a journey down memory lane and re-live the Vegas years and pay tribute to one of the greatest entertainers of all time.

This show is for audiences of all ages and not to be missed, with all-time favourites such as Hound Dog, Blue Suede Shoes, Jailhouse Rock, It’s Now Or Never, Fever, Heartbreak Hotel, Johnny B. Goode and Suspicious Minds, just to name a few.

Burning Love takes place on March 6, 2021, at 19h00 at the Northlands Bowling Club. (Venue opens 90 minutes before show for snacks/drinks)

“Whilst we are not changing our 2020 pricing, we would ask that if you are able to please assist us and the performers by donating a higher ticket price,” says Roland Stansell who runs the Rhumbelow circuit.

Tickets R160 (R130 Northlands Bowling Club Members). No other discounts for this show. Bring food picnic baskets and a full bar is available (no alcohol may be brought on to the premises)

All seating will be at separate tables and the venue will obviously be seating co-habiting couples and/or family members together. Limited secure parking available.

Booking is essential through or Computicket at

With the current Covid levels capacity is limited to 50 people max.

Northlands Bowling Club is situated at 50 Margaret Maytom Avenue, Durban North.