Legends In Concert
1600 W 76 Country Blvd, Branson, MO 65616
Phone: (417) 334-6097
Phone: (417) 335-7827
Fax: (417) 332-1205
TollFree: (800) 374-7469
Legends In Concert Theater
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Outdoor Seating: No
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07/02/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I saw Legends in the late 90's...Bette Midler and Marilyn Monroe escorted my husband I to our seats. I had secretly told the ticket agent that we were celebrating my husband's birthday and was there anything they could do to make it special....AND DID THEY EVER! Marilyn in her famous pink gown and Happy Birthday Mr President came down to the second row, sat on my husband's lap and sang, while she completely embarrassed him...of course, he really loved it! Some of the best entertainment, ever as far as I am concerned...every one was top notch...We say, Bette, Marilyn, Garth, Neil Diamond, Elvis....it was awesome. I'd like to add that the opening act was a dog show....they were wonderful. Also, it was the time that Garth was so popular...I had my photo taken with Steve who portrayed Garth....all my friends at home really thought it was him....The whole show was totally fabulous, and would be worth seeing again...Thanks for so much gooooooooooood fun! kathryn
09/18/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Buddy Holly opened the afternoon show when we attended Legends in Concert in Branson MO. He had been available in the lobby for photos before the show, as well. He was my sons favorite of the six. He was followed by Celine Dion, then the first act was wrapped up by the Blues Brothers. Reba and Tina were in the second act, then Elvis finished out the show.
Elvis had the best stage presence. He seemed to have a good time, and was comfortable enough to joke with the audience and the Legends Dancers. Reba had the audience participation spot, bringing up a man from the audience to dance with the Legends Dancers.
All of the performers were supported by the Legends singers/dancers. The large screens on either side of the show displayed actual footage of the real performers at times, and the action on the stage at other times.