FOLEY - The switch is complete. Legends in Concert has bid farewell to all cast members who originally opened the show back in June, the last to leave being Corrie Sachs as Reba who performed her …
FOLEY - The switch is complete. Legends in Concert has bid farewell to all cast members who originally opened the show back in June, the last to leave being Corrie Sachs as Reba who performed her last concert on Sun., Sept. 22. Now, the fall lineup is live and inviting guests new and old to come and enjoy the show.
Legends in Concert is the longest running tribute show in Las Vegas, with their newest location being the one here in Foley, located in Downtown OWA. The performers are switched out every few months to keep the show fresh and give visitors a reason to keep coming back for more and more while never seeing the same show twice.
If you’re thinking of going to see the show anytime soon, you’ll be able to witness tributes from Denita Asbury as the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, Travis Powell as The King, Elvis Presley, Doug Brewin and Larry Turner as country music duo Brooks and Dunn, with Turner lighting up the stage once more as George Strait, and Tina Dawn as country/pop star Taylor Swift.
Performances are done with a live band and sought-after stars who can perform tributes that would do their inspiration proud. Local dancers were scouted from the area to appear in Legends, and shows are filled with surprise duets and special memories. Prior to the shows, you can get a professional photo with the stars themselves, and if you wait in the lobby after concerts you’ll be able to meet the performers.
Tickets for Legends in Concert at OWA start at $17.95, with preferred, mezzanine and group rates available. Shows are six nights a week at 7:30 p.m. with 4 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday in Downtown OWA. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to LEGENDSINCONCERT.COM/OWA.com/OWA or VisitOWA.com/Legends. You can also follow both Legends in Concert OWA and Downtown OWA on Facebook.
Don’t miss the fall lineup while you can catch it, and keep checking the website for the announcement of performers who will hit the stage after Thanksgiving for the special holiday show.