Goodsell Machinery Miss Priscilla Dinner

Ladies, it’s your time to shine at the Goodsell Machinery Miss Priscilla Dinner and celebrate the style and grace of Priscilla Presley.

The theme of the 2020 event is Masquerade from Elvis’ 1966 movie Frankie and Johnny. Enjoy a 2 course meal, watch the competitions, be entertained by Dean Vegas and Amitie, be in the running for lucky door prizes and the raffle draw.

As winner of Miss Priscilla: Face of the Festival, the official duties include being treated as a celebrity with Festival fans wanting to snap a photo everywhere you go and having the chance to ride in a lead classic car in the Northparkes Mines Street Parade. There’s also an appearance at the Festival’s Official Opening Ceremony along with other Festival events.

The competition has three categories:

1) Miss Priscilla – The Face of the Festival: judges will look at overall appearance, including makeup, hair and dress to resemble the pre-1974 look of Priscilla Presley. The annual prize is awarded to the hair stylist, make-up artist and model.

2) Hairstyles of the ’60s: Hairstyle and makeup must be demonstrating classic 1960s or novelty All Shook Up styles for either short hair, shoulder length hair, long hair (up-style) or long hair (down).

3) Miss ’66: judges will look for technical ability, transformation and the ability to interpret your creation. Hairstyle, makeup and dress must be in the style of 1966.


Not sure how to  create the perfect Priscilla or 60s hair and make up look?  Watch these tutorial videos to find out how.

Priscilla Hair Tutorial watch here

Priscilla Make-up Tutorial watch here

60s Hair Tutorial watch here

60s Make-up Tutorial watch here

The Miss Priscilla Dinner is presented by Goodsell Machinery

Parkes Services Club

  • Thursday, 9th Jan 06:30pm (3 Hours and 30 minutes)
COST $66

Dean Vegas

Dean is a renowned entertainer who has toured the world performing in Dubai, China, Ecuador, Bali, Sweden, Indonesia, Lebanon, Canada, Memphis, London, Las Vegas, New Zealand, Norfolk Island and in clubs and Casinos across Australia. He sang his first rendition of an Elvis song at his school play ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ he sang ‘Rubberneckin’ which he has since added to his repertoire of Elvis songs. Dean travels the world wowing audiences with his ‘Tribute to Elvis’ spectacular. Throughout this energised Vegas style show, audiences not only share the hits from Elvis’ amazing career, but experience the passion and warming personality of a truly great performer. Dean’s shows offer a dynamic and powerful performance that will leave you breathless and wanting more.


Based in Parkes, Shevaun Brown, Christie Green and Christa Radley make up this talented trio. With amazing vocals and vibrant costumes, you will be swept back in time listening to hits of the 50's, 60's and 70's.


Parkes Services Club

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Parkes Elvis Festival

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