Entertainment Music When and Where Was Elvis Presley's Last Concert? Share PINTEREST Email Print Elvis performing on June 20, 1977, during his last week of concerts. Bettmann Archive / Getty Images Music Oldies Major Artists Genres & Styles Top Picks 60s Hits 70s Hits Rock Music Pop Music Alternative Music Classical Music Country Music Folk Music Rap & Hip Hop Rhythm & Blues World Music Punk Music Heavy Metal Jazz Latin Music Learn More By Robert Fontenot Robert Fontenot Robert Fontenot Jr. is an entertainment critic and journalist focusing on classic rock and roll and published nationally for more than 25 years. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 01/17/19 Elvis Presley's last concert was held at the Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, IN on June 26, 1977, for a crowd of 18,000. The setlist was as follows: Also Spake Zarathustra (opening)See See RiderI Got A Woman/AmenLove MeFairytaleYou Gave Me A MountainJailhouse RockO Sole Mio/It's Now Or NeverLittle SisterTeddy Bear/Don't Be CruelRelease MeI Can't Stop Loving YouBridge Over Troubled Water(band introductions)Early Morning RainWhat'd I SayJohnny B. Goode(solos by band members Larrie Londin: drums, Jerry Scheff: bass, Tony Brown: piano)I Really Don't Want To Know(solo by the backing Joe Guercio Orchestra)HurtHound Dog(Elvis introduces various people from the stage)Can't Help Falling In Love(closing vamp) Although Elvis appeared pale, weak, and overweight, as he had with increasing regularity, there was nothing to suggest his impending death—indeed, there was nothing unusual about this show on the tour, except that Elvis for some reason introduced practically everyone from his life on stage that night. Some take this as "proof" Elvis knew he was in his final days; others maintain that he was worried about the imminent publication of Elvis: What Happened?, a tell-all biography by former bodyguards Sonny and Red West that publicly broke the story of his drug abuse, and what those revelations might do to his image. Footage of the final concert was taken but has not been widely seen; the audio portion can be heard on the LP "The Last Farewell" (released on CD as Adios: The Final Performance, A.J. Records CD 92-2002). The last recording Elvis made was a vocal overdub on "He'll Have To Go" done on October 31st, 1976 in the "Jungle Room" at his home at Graceland. The last song Elvis performed in private was a rendition of "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain," done on his piano in Graceland hours before his death.