Legends in Concert Gives Free Tickets to Healthcare Workers

Las Vegas impersonators thank healthcare workers

By Toni Gonzales | Las Vegas, NV | Tropicana Las Vegas

They are the legends found under one roof here in Las Vegas. Well, they are the legendary impersonators that can be found under one roof here in Sin City. We are talking about the Legends in Concert and they are the longest running and most awarded show in the city. Those who play the roles of Elton John, Freddie Mercury, and George Michael nightly can spot a legend a mile away. And they are using that talent to honor other legends, healthcare workers.

Legends in Concert’s special “Direct from London” production is offering health care workers with a valid work ID one complimentary ticket. Adding to the thanks, healthcare workers also get $20 off each additional ticket. The comp ticket is good now through November 21.


“We wanted to recognize the health care community and welcome them to a night of great entertainment celebrating some of the world’s most famous icons as our guest,” said Brian Brigner, Chief Operating Officer of Legends in Concert.

“Direct From London” features not only the world’s greatest tribute artists, but it has dancing, a live band and let’s not forget about the outfits! We are talking about ‘clutch my pearls’ outfits to go along with drama-filled set pieces. C’mon, how Vegas is that?

Legends in Concert performs at Tropicana Las Vegas Thursdays through Sundays at 7:30 p.m.  More info can be found on Legends in Concert’s website.

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