Come Celebrate Elvis’ Favorite Genre of Music at The Guest House at Graceland

Gospel Weekend at The Guest House, Feb. 24 – Feb. 26, 2017

Join us at The Guest House as we celebrate Elvis’ favorite genre of music, and the genre for which Elvis won his three Grammy awards: Gospel.

Stay & Play

Enjoy Gospel performances in The Guest House Theater by the acclaimed quartet Mark209 on Friday night and Memphis’ Soul City on Saturday and spend the weekend in our spacious guest room accommodations. Includes one free breakfast buffet per person in Delta’s Kitchen.

Package price is $219 per night (double occupancy), two-night minimum.


Two-night minimum required (taxes and gratuities are extra).

2 Concerts: Open to the Public

Can’t join us for the whole weekend? Come enjoy the Concerts for FREE:

Mark 209 Concert: Friday, February, 24th 7:30pm – Guest House Theater

Soul City Concert: Saturday, February 25th 7:30pm – Guest House Theater

Both performances are based on first come first served basis.

Special Weekend Offer Includes:

Guestroom Accommodations
Quartet Mark209
Delta’s Kitchen

More About Our Performers


MARK 209, whose name refers to mile marker 209, which exits the interstate into the heart of Nashville, brings the Music City’s energy, talent and musical influences to stages everywhere. A fan favorite, MARK209 enjoys broad appeal among all age groups. Audiences young and old are delighted by the four-part harmonies typical of Southern Gospel, blended with Nashville’s modern country sound. Wholesome, uplifting lyrics capture the essence of real life, making MARK209 songs accessible to listeners from a variety of backgrounds.

Each member of MARK209 could command an entire stage on his own, with the size of his voice and personality. Nathaniel Justice is a stratospheric, full-voice tenor, and Jym Howe is a melodious crooning lead tenor. Jimmy Reno is a baritone with exquisite tonal quality, and Ray Woconish is a dynamic bass.

MARK209 has toured across the U.S. and Canada, bringing fun, encouragement and inspiration to performances at Elvis Week, Wheeling Jamboree, the North Carolina Apple Festival, and concerts with country music legend Ronnie Milsap. The quartet has also been featured on several television programs.

Soul City

Soul City is made up of members of First Assembly Memphis, which is Elvis Presley’s home church. This great church was also home to the Grammy Award winning James Blackwood and JD Sumner.

It is true that Memphis has produced some of the greatest musicians in the world and Soul City is no exception. Soul City has performed at Graceland for Elvis Week as well at the FedExForum for the NBA Memphis Grizzlies, the Salvation Army and at AutoZone Park for the Memphis Redbirds.

Soul City is made up of four powerful voices that move audiences; Bob Geabhart, minister and actor, has many credits in theater, television and film, and has performed throughout the US and Europe; Corey Riggs, a dynamic tenor, new to the gospel scene but has years of experience singing pop and rock from LA to New York City; Ben Kirk, accomplished song writer and minister, recently premiered his first contemporary Christian solo album; Dr. David Wootton, who has had four #1 singles on Independent country music charts nationally, has opened for such artists as Ricky Van Shelton and toured with Johnny Cash’s band, The Tennessee Three. The blend of each member’s style and experience makes Soul City truly unique.