Playhouse Square commemorates the 30th anniversary of Elvis Presleys death tonight with a showing of Viva Las Vegas
. Its part of the Cinema at the Square Series, which showcases classic pics beamed on the Palace Theatres ginormous screen. The 1964 romp -- co-starring a super-sexy Ann-Margret -- features the King as a race-car driver who tears up Sin City. Its not a particularly good movie, but it still manages to rank high on the list of Elvis flicks. Bonus points for the groovy title tune.
Thu., Aug. 16, 7:30 p.m.