Jim Brown from North Belfast - one of the UK's top Elvis tribute singers - is preparing for a concert spectacular at the city's Waterfront Hall this Saturday night - August 20.
The charity - Cancer Lifeline - is set to benefit from the concert which will also feature Queen's University Belfast's Gospel Choir.
The show has been organised to coincide with the 39th anniversary of Elvis's death this week
Jim Brown has been touring Europe for a number of years with his tribute to Elvis. He has released two albums and has sold over a million copies.
He has appeared on many television shows such as GMTV, Jerry Springer Live in London and TFI Friday.
Jim has recorded with and performed with The Memphis Boys who have recorded with Elvis and The Imperials who were Elvis' gospel choir.
Richard Branson flew Jim to his private ranch to appear at his birthday party.
Tom Jones said of Jim: "Finally after all these years someone who does Elvis justice".
Robbie Williams also asked Jim to support him on his first US tour, but unfortunately he wasn't free to do it.
Tickets for Saturday's show are available from the Waterfront Hall box office.