Singer Elvis Presley is going to be brought to life in a new concert show. For this purpose, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and holographic projections of the star created from thousands of personal photos and home videos will be used, writes BBC.

The show, called Elvis Evolution, is to start in London in November. Later, it will be shown in Las Vegas, Berlin, and Tokyo. The rights to it are held by British specialists from Layered Reality.

During the show, a life-size digital version of Elvis Presley will be presented. This version will “perform iconic moments of musical history on the British stage for the first time”.

Layered Reality founder and CEO Andrew McGuinness said that the experience will offer the public “a deeper understanding of Elvis’ life, taking fans back through the decades to experience his rapid rise to fame…”.

The venue for the show in London is yet to be approved. However, it is already planned to set up an Elvis-themed bar and a restaurant with live music.

Elvis Presley, who would have turned 89 on January 8, rose to fame in the 1950s. He is known for such hits as Hound Dog and Suspicious Minds. The singer died in 1977 at the age of 42.