The durable Legends is one of the longest-running shows in Las Vegas and it inspired many imitators. But its production values seemed more modest as the big shows got bigger. In 2013 it moved to the Flamingo and became the rare show to split its schedule between afternoons and evenings, with the matinees avoiding competition from the big-budget spectacles. It's still the same basic formula of "mini-concerts" by a rotating lineup of celebrity impersonators, and can
still attract the best in the profession. The Elvis Presley finale used to be the only constant, but occasionally a rousing Michael Jackson tribute is the dramatic closer. There's no lip-syncing and always a band.