‘Taylor Swift’ and ‘Frank Sinatra’ join ‘Legends in Concert’ tribute show
Las Vegas’ longest-running tribute show is about to add some new star power. Taylor Swift, Frank Sinatra, Madonna and Elvis Presley — or at least artists who impersonate them — join “Legends in Concert” at the Flamingo.
The new acts start shaking up the lineup of the 32-year-old show in September. These characters not only sound like the originals, but look like them too.
The show starts to “Shake It Off” with its first-ever Swift impersonator. Elizabeth Scarborough plans to sing “Blank Space,” “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “Love Story.” She also joins Madonna tribute artist Coty Alexander singing “Ghosttown.” She jumps on board on Monday, Sept. 14.
After nearly a decade away from the “Legends” cast, “The Best is Yet to Come” when Brian Duprey pays tribute to Rat Pack legend Frank Sinatra. He plans to sing fan favorites such as “Come Fly with Me” and “Witchcraft” when he arrives on Sept. 14.
Go on a “Holiday” with Alexander and her Madonna tribute. The “Material Girl” starts singing pop classics “Justify My Love” and “Vogue” on Sept. 14.
The reigning Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest winner Jay Dupuis brings his “Blue Suede Shoes” to “Viva Las Vegas” starting Monday, Sept. 7, paying tribute to the iconic Elvis Presley. He plans to shake, rattle and roll his way through “Jailhouse Rock” and “Love Me Tender.”
Current cast member and fan favorite Jason Jarrett, who performs as Michael Jackson, continues as the King of Pop through Wednesday, Sept. 30. His set list includes MJ hits such as “The Way You Make Me Feel” and “Billie Jean.”
Tickets start at $55.45.
Tickets: Flamingo box office, (855) 234-7469
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