FOLEY - When Legends in Concert at OWA first opened back in June, it was known that the opening cast would not be the permanent one. To keep things fresh and give guests a reason to return, all …
FOLEY - When Legends in Concert at OWA first opened back in June, it was known that the opening cast would not be the permanent one. To keep things fresh and give guests a reason to return, all Legends venues rotate the acts each quarter, delivering new and exciting performances that keep people coming back for more. The first full lineup change will come on Tue., Sept. 10, when a new cast will be welcomed to the OWA Legends’ stage.
The show opened with Rob Caudill as Rod Stewart, Isaiah as Bruno Mars, Corrie Sachs as Reba, Shawn Gerhard as Garth Brooks, and Victor Trevino, Jr as Elvis, and later welcomed Jazmine as Whitney Houston and Leo Days in the place of Trevino.
“With the lineup changing throughout the year, it’s exciting to know that you will never see the same show twice,” said OWA’s Director of Marketing/PR Kristin Hellmich. “The performances and acts are so unique each time, there’s always a reason to come back and enjoy Legends in Concert year-round.”
Legends in Concert at OWA is pleased to welcome new talent while retaining some previous stars. Starting soon, you can witness Denita Asbury’s tribute to the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, Trent Carlini taking over as The King, Elvis Presley, Doug Brewin and Larry Turner as country music duo Brooks and Dunn, with Turner reigniting the stage a second time with the greatest hits from George Strait, and Tina Dawn as country/pop star Taylor Swift. Also returning to the stage by popular demand, Sachs will remain with the cast as Reba.
“Changing the line-up several times a year has been one of the secrets to our success around the country, and has certainly contributed to the longevity of the show,” said Brian Brigner, Chief Operating Officer of Legends in Concert. “We are thrilled to unveil the Fall lineup, many of the acts requested by the fans that have already visited the theater at OWA this summer.”
Legends in Concert is Las Vegas’ longest running tribute show, with concerts at OWA six nights a week. 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. 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, as next season will see a brand-new cast coming to Foley!