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Warm up with the ‘Last King of Hawaii’

Elvis Presley’s 1973 “Aloha from Hawaii” concert, one of the biggest broadcast events ever, heats up a cold 21st-century Chicago winter when Tiki Terrace in Des Plaines reenacts the concert in honor of the King’s 76th birthday at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 18. An Elvis impersonator brings Presley to life amid the lush tropical surroundings of Chicagoland’s most lavishly decorated tiki bar.

Seating begins at 6:30 p.m. and the $19.50 admission price includes the concert and dinner, with Hawaiian-inspired entree choices such as North Shore teriyaki chicken, kalua pork, Honolulu coconut chicken, Maui mahi mahi, wiki wiki sirloin stir fry or Waikiki veggie stir fry. Appetizers and tropical cocktails are available for an additional price. Advance reservations highly recommended.

If you can’t make this concert, Tiki Terrace has also added some Elvis numbers to its regular weekend “Echoes of Polynesia” revues this month.