The Parkes Bopper's Dance Troupe has now become an integral part of the Parkes Elvis Festival each year.
It consists of local girls and a few boys from ages seven to 17 years who come together in November every year in preparation solely for the Elvis Festival.
The group has evolved since 2015 from six primary school girls who had a love of dance to now having 18 dance members.
They perform at a variety of venues during the festival.
From entertaining the residents at BaptistCare Niola Aged Care facility in Bushman Street, Parkes; dancing with buskers in the town's main street Clarinda Street; to greeting visitors to Parkes at the railway station, performing several shows at the Parkes Leagues Club; to competing in the Rock and Roll and Showcase competitions - the seniors won the Showcase last year - in Cooke Park, where the festival's main stage stands.
These are just some of the venues festival goers can spot this bopping, cheerful and friendly troupe.
Troupe organiser Maureen Massey said it was all about having some fun and promoting the town.
"The children do this in order to have fun themselves, but also to help promote the Elvis Festival in Parkes - the town they have grown up in," Maureen said.
"We now have two Bopper's troupes, a senior and junior group."
To find when and where the Parkes Boppers will be performing, check out their page on Facebook, The Boppers Elvis Dance Troupe.
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