If you’re a fan of the oldies, you may not be able to see your favorite group live. The Beatles, the Bee Gees, Elvis, Prince, and the Rat Pack are some of the most famous artists of the 20th century. While you may not be able to see THEM, you can see some amazing impersonator groups! Here are 5 shows you should check out while you’re in Vegas!
Australian Bee Gees
Founded in 1996, the Australian Bee Gees have achieved critical acclaim as an impersonator band. They have a state of the art sound system, lighting, and multimedia entertainment. The Gibbs brothers have been bringing the joy of the Bee Gees to audiences around the world for over 20 years. Now, they’re in Las Vegas. You can enjoy all the hits in this amazing tribute to the Bee Gee Boys. Book tickets now!
Beatles Show Orchestra
No, you can’t see the “real” Beatles perform today. But this tribute band, voted “Best Beatles Tribute Band in the World” by the LA Times, is a darn close second. Unlike the Cirque show “Love,” the Beatles Show Orchestra is straight music. No acrobats or skaters. They perform a range of songs from the 60s to Abbey Road. Book your tickets here!
All Shook Up: Tribute to The King
Vegas is full of Elvis impersonations, but none as great as All Shook Up: Tribute to The King. From hit songs like “Heartbreak Hotel” to a live band guaranteed to get your blue suede shoes dancing, All Shook Up is a rockin’ good time to be had by all. With songs spanning his entire career, this tribute to The King will also let you relive the glory days. Book your tickets today!
The Rat Pack is Back
Frank. Dean. And also Sammy. The Rat Pack is Back, bringing you all the classic hits, from “Fly Me to the Moon” to “That’s Amore.” Supported by a 7-piece orchestral band, David DeCosta is Frank Sinatra, Kyle Diamond is Sammy Davis Jr., and Drew Anthony is Dean Martin! The Rat Pack is Back has been bringing smiles to faces for over 20 years, in Vegas and around the world! Book tickets now!
Sing along to your favorite Prince songs with the first-ever tribute act to appear as a musical guest on the Late Show with David Letterman! From “Little Red Corvette” to “This Could Be Us,” you’ll be dazzled by the lights, sounds, and also the dancing in this incredible performance from the prime of Prince’s career. Don’t miss it! Book your tickets now!