Lisa Marie Presley died on January 12 at the age of 54. A representative for her eldest daughter, actress Riley Keough, confirmed that Lisa Marie will be laid to rest at her father Elvis‘ Graceland estate in Memphis, Tennessee.
Lisa Marie will be buried by her son, Benjamin Keough, who died in 2020. Elvis, his parents, and his grandmother are also buried at Graceland.
On Wednesday (January 18), Graceland released more details about a public memorial service in honor of Lisa Marie. The service will be held on Sunday (January 22) at 9 AM. Family, friends, and members of the public are welcome to attend.
For those who can’t travel to Graceland, the service will be streamed on Graceland’s official livestream page. You can watch the livestream here when it starts.
The memorial service will be held on Graceland’s front lawn. Fans are instructed to gather on the north lawn of the mansion. Access to the north lawn will be standing room only, and will be available on a first come, first served basis.
Following the memorial service, there will be a procession to see Lisa Marie’s final resting place in Graceland’s Meditation Garden. Those who were unable to make it onto the north lawn for the memorial service will still be able to join the procession to the Meditation Garden.
Guests can “bring single flowers, bouquets, or other small remembrances” to lay at Lisa Marie’s grave as they walk past during the reception. But in lieu of flowers, Lisa Marie’s family has encouraged fans to donate to The Elvis Presley Charitable Foundation in her memory. You can make a donation to the EPCF here.
More details concerning parking, weather, and queuing are explained on Graceland’s official website. Look here if you plan to attend the ceremony and need to know that information.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Lisa Marie’s family during this sad time. May she rest in peace.