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We Like it when the Fans say FAKE Listen In to the Music Tribute Impersonator

Written by on May 30, 2017

There was a time when the name Las Vegas instantly brought thoughts of Elvis impersonators to mind. While times have changed and Cirque du Soleil now rules this town, the tribute shows and celebrity impersonators. still thrive.

Below you’ll find a list of the tribute and impersonator shows in Las Vegas. Dress up like Elvis and see a show.

1.  Michael Jackson ONE

The King of Pop left us far too early, but the folks at Cirque du Soleil have honored him with their phenomenal tribute show ONE. This has been one of the hottest tickets in town and tops most people’s lists of must see Vegas.

2.  The Beatle’s LOVE

Now don’t act surprised that the top two shows on this list are both owned and run by Cirque du Soleil. You know these guys are the best, and LOVE ranks right up there with ONE as the best tribute show in Vegas. I had to make a choice and I went with a highly scientific poll (I asked three friends and ONE won.)

3.  Terry Fator: The Voice of Entertainment.

Terry Fator is a phenom. While most tribute and impersonator shows trundle performer after performer onstage to get variety, Terry Fator is literally a one man impersonation army. Add in humor and puppets and this one time America’s Got Talent winner is a must see.

4.  Divas Las Vegas

Another mega talented impersonator, Frank Marino and his buddies take on the Divas of today and yesterday in a drag/singing/comedy show that is unlike any other in town. Uptight folks beware, but the rest of you will love it.

5.  Human Nature: The Motown Show

Smokey Robinson lends his legendary Motown presence to the best Motown tribute show you’ll find anywhere. The weird thing, these Motown boys are Australian. What? And they are phenomenal.

If you love Motown, you must see Human Nature.

6.  Legends in Concert

Legends in Concert is the most authentic old time Las Vegas tribute/impersonator show updated for the 21st century.

Elvis rubs elbows with Britney and Madonna and even MJ. This high energy show will make you feel like you’re back in the Vegas of old.

7.  The Rat Pack is Back

So you’re sad that you never got to see Old Blue Eyes, Sammy, Dean and Joey tear up the smokey ballrooms of Old Vegas. Frankly so am I, but at least we can get a taste of what it may have been like with The Rat Pack is Back

8.  Gordie Brown

This one man wrecking ball of talent challenges Terry Fator for greatest impersonator in Vegas. So why is he so much lower on my list. Well he is funny, undeniably talented and spot on with his impersonations. But, he doesn’t have puppets. Yup, I’m a ten year old.

Yet, Gordie Brown is amazing and you should go see him, especially if you are scared of puppets.

9.  MJ Live

If you don’t have enough scratch to get Michael Jackson ONE tickets then MJ Live is not a bad consolation show. This show at the Rio brings the King of Pop back to life and you’ll realize just how much you miss him.

10.  Australian Bee Gees Show

What is it with Australians in Vegas. Thunder Down Under, Human Nature and now these guys. My Nana, rest her soul, introduced me to the Bee Gees when I was a wee lad clad in rust colored Tuffskins.

While my wardrobe has certainly changed, I still have a soft spot for these disco masters today.

By Chris Carney
Las Vegas Expert

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