Legends in Concert to Debut Taylor Swift and Welcome Back Frank Sinatra to the All-Star Lineup

July 30, 2015 by  

Legends in Concert to Debut Taylor Swift and Welcome Back Frank Sinatra to the All-Star Lineup
The stars of Legends in Concert, Las Vegas’ longest-running live tribute show, will be shining bright this fall as a brand new cast illuminates the stage at Flamingo Las Vegas (Pictured: Elizabeth Scarborough as Taylor Swift)

The stellar new lineup will include the exciting debut of a tribute to Taylor Swift and the long-awaited return of Frank Sinatra, just in time for his 100th birthday, along with top Madonna and Elvis Presley tribute artists.

T-Swift fans can “Shake it Off” as Legends in Concert welcomes its first ever Taylor Swift tribute artist, Elizabeth Scarborough. Scarborough will bring her uncanny vocals and resemblance as international pop-superstar Taylor Swift to the Flamingo beginning, Monday, Sept. 14. Performing chart-toppers including “Blank Space,” “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” and “Love Story,” Scarborough will also take part in a dynamite duet with Madonna tribute artist, Coty Alexander singing “Ghosttown.”

Brian Duprey as Frank Sinatra

Brian Duprey as Frank Sinatra

After nearly a decade of absence, “The Best is Yet to Come” when Brian Duprey pays tribute to Rat Pack legend, Frank Sinatra. Duprey’s much anticipated arrival into the Legends in Concert Show on Monday, Sept. 14, will include a celebration of ‘Ol Blue Eyes’ 100th birthday on Saturday, Dec. 12. He will be performing fan favorites including “Come Fly with Me” and “Witchcraft.”

Coty Alexander as Madonna

Coty Alexander as Madonna

For those who are on a “Holiday,” Madonna, portrayed by Coty Alexander, will make audience members want to bring out their inner “Material Girl” when she joins the cast on Monday, Sept. 14, singing pop classics “Justify My Love” and “Vogue.” The reigning Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest winner Jay Dupuis, will bring his “Blue Suede Shoes” to “Viva Las Vegas” starting Monday, Sept. 7, paying tribute to the iconic Elvis Presley. Crooning classics such as “Jailhouse Rock” and “Love Me Tender.” Audience members just “Can’t Help Falling in Love” with Dupuis’ King of Rock ‘n’ Roll looks and vocals.

Current cast member and fan favorite, Jason Jarrett, performing as Michael Jackson, will continue as the King of Pop, mixing up his set list with vintage MJ hits such as “The Way You Make Me Feel” and “Billie Jean” until Wednesday, Sept. 30.

For more than three decades, Legends in Concert has proudly entertained more than 6.6 million Las Vegas visitors and residents, produced over 18,500 performances on the Las Vegas Strip and performed to more than 30 million fans worldwide. Tickets for the 11 show times per week are on sale at all Caesars Entertainment box offices or by calling 702-777-2782. More information is available at or

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