Las Vegas’ Greatest Headliners

Sin City has seen some of the most extraordinary showbiz personalities in history perform over the years. Here are some of the biggest names

1. Siegfried and Roy

The duo were thrilling German illusionists who awed crowds with impressive performances with lions and tigers. Not every day do you meet individuals who entertain using two of the most dangerous animals from the wild, (tigers and lions). Both Siegfried and Roy are deceased, but their legacy lives on from the memorable performances they showcased while still alive. Their show went down in history as one of the greatest that ever graced the city.

2. David Copperfield

He needs no introduction as he is widely known globally for his talent as an illusionist. He’s known for his magic performances and mystery museum, which is unfortunately unavailable to the general public. His ticket sales rank among some of the highest in the world, having reached four billion dollars more than ten years ago. David Copperfield is one of the most incredible headliners of all time and currently performs up to 15 shows weekly at the MGM Grand.

3. Cirque du Soleil

The name is prominent in Vegas and in multiple cities, including Montreal, where it’s based. The name translates to Circus of the sun, recognized as the most famous circus production globally. Vegas, however, hosts the largest audience. The performances here attract large crowds. There’s something for everyone with different performances that include dance, acrobatics, opera and more.

4. Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley is the master of Rock and Roll, and he still causes a stir wherever his music plays, even though he passed on decades ago. In total, Elvis performed in nearly 700 shows in Vegas alone, way more than other musicians at the time. His concerts sold out fast as he was a true legend. As far as headliners go, he is among the top acts, having left a lasting impression from his outstanding performances.

5. Legends in Concert

Legends in Concert is a breathtaking showcase where the audience pays tribute to fallen legends through great concerts. The shows are complete with impersonators who make the experience feel more natural and nostalgic to people who saw the real stars in action before they passed on.

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