This vibrant Vegas experience captures the excitement and energy of Las Vegas while celebrating timeless choruses and familiar melodies made famous by legendary musicians of yesterday and today. The show is brought to life by professional vocalists and dancers, expert lighting and sound technicians, seasoned set designers and world-class musicians, many whom have performed or worked on Broadway. Sway along with the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley. Hear some of the greatest hits of Canadian American singer and songwriter, Paul Anka. Watch as the Garth Brooks imitator strums along on his guitar. The Vegas Legends Show also pays tribute to Wayne Newton, Tom Jones, Celine Dion and Donny & Marie.
Food and Beverages at the American Music Theatre
Open before, during and after the show, the American Music Theatre’s concession area offers a wide selection of food and drinks. Snacks such as candy bars, popcorn, soft pretzels, seasonal candy, chocolates, crackers, nuts, and dried fruit, sodas, fruit juices, water, coffee and tea are available for purchase. Warm up with hot mulled cider and homemade cookies during the months of November and December. You are welcome to take food and drinks with you into the show. Most seats are equipped with a cup holder for your convenience.
Shopping at the American Music Theatre
Step into the American Music Theatre’s Gift Shop, brimming with unique gifts for friends and keepsakes for yourself. Update your wardrobe with a stylish scarf, jacket, handbag, or new piece of jewelry. Purchase decorations for your home such as ornaments, holiday décor and Jim Shore collectibles. Stuffed animals, tote bags and slippers make the perfect gift. If you can’t get enough of the Vegas Legends Show, buy CDs, DVDs and other merchandise related to the show.
- The American Music Theatre is ADA compliant. For guests who require accessible seating, ADA seats are located on either side of the Orchestra and Mezzanine sections of the theatre.
- Don’t forget your camera. Non-professional, non-flash, still photography is permitted at most events. Should the artist/performer request otherwise, adjusted policy will be advertised on signs at the entrance of the theatre.