With international acclaim and its storied history, Legends In Concert is known as the pioneer of live impersonator shows and possesses one of the greatest collection of celebrity impersonators ever assembled. Each of the universally-renowned artists not only looks and sounds like the celebrity they portray, they transform themselves through hours of practice at their craft. This is accomplished by taking everything into consideration, from choreography to hair, make-up and mannerisms. With an always-evolving cast of legendary superstars from yesterday and today, original choreography and spectacular costumes, Legends In Concert is the original and largest live celebrity tribute spectacular in the world.
• Adults: from $50
• Children: from $27
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday: 4 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Sunday and Monday: 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 9:30 p.m.
Show duration: 75 minutes.
Must be age 5 or older; show is appropriate for children.
Location: Donny And Marie Showroom at Flamingo.
“Is a crowd pleaser…arguably the best of the impersonator shows…” - Frommers 2004
“The best value for entertainment dollar spent…Four Star Rating in every
age group…a show that makes you feel good…” - Prentice Hall Travels Guide
“Was it real…or was it “Legends in Concert?” To tell you the truth, at
times it was hard to tell.” - The Boston Herald
“What’s amazing about Legends In Concert is that the impersonators not
only are the spitting images of the performers they imitate, they sing with
their natural voices.” - Vegas.com
“Legends in Concert” has withstood the test of time: “It’s the best.” - The Press of Atlantic City
“Show of shows” - International Press Association
“The show is an institution” - The Press of Atlantic City
“Unbelievable. If you never got a chance to see Marilyn Monroe or Liberace,
here’s your chance.” - The New York Post
“Grand! It’s a cosmic curtain call of Legends. Accept no limitations.” - World News Tonight
“Just like the superstars it re-creates so magnificently, Legends is sure to
become a legend in its own time!” - Los Angeles Times