Legends in Concert is the oldest running show in Las Vegas, for 36 years. Originally at the Imperial Palace, then renamed the Linq, Legends moved to the famous Tropicana Hotel three years ago. With other Legends in Concert shows in Branson, Myrtle Beach, and Hawaii to name a few, they have entertained millions of people worldwide.
Running currently Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. they had their grand opening media night this week. Hosted by guest star Frank Marino as comedic legend Joan Rivers, the room was packed. The performers for this appearance were Tina Turner, Rod Stewart, and of course, one no one can forget Elvis Presley.
Surrounded by plenty of dancers with a live orchestra and backup singers, I was so happy to see the show returning to a packed house. The legendary show will also dazzle fans with the return of the Las Vegas showgirls as they bring back the glamour that is synonymous with the Entertainment Capital of the World.
And if you wish more entertainment, the Tropicana also offers the Purple Reign show following Legends at 9:30 p.m., along with the famous Rich Little, Murray the Magician, and Laugh Factory in another showroom.
Mezzanine: $59.99, plus taxes & fees
General Admission: $74.99, plus taxes & fees
Preferred Seating: $84.99, plus taxes & fees
VIP: $104.99, plus taxes & fees