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Carpenters Legacy starring Sally Olson & Ned Mills

$68 \ $78 \ $88
Nov 9, 2024
Sat 7:00pm
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Tickets go on sale Tuesday, May 28 | 10 AM


Direct from Las Vegas, Carpenters Legacy is the definitive show celebrating the music and legacy of the famed brother-sister duo. Starring Sally Olson as Karen Carpenter and Ned Mills as Richard Carpenter, the show is a re-creation of the Carpenters live performances featuring hits including “We’ve Only Just Begun,” “Yesterday Once More,” “Superstar,” Karen’s drum solo, Richard's classical piano feature, comedy antics and much more.

Carpenters Legacy maintains a residency in the V Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The show has played to performing arts centers and cabaret spaces, including the famed Triad Theater in NYC, as well as sold out showrooms in Las Vegas and all over the country. The show was the featured entertainment for both the Carpenters 50th Anniversary Celebration (2019) and the Carpenters 55th Anniversary Celebration (2024) at the Downey Theatre in Downey, California - home of the Carpenters! Carpenters Legacy is a six-time winner of the Best of Las Vegas Awards and was voted “Best Impersonator” (Gold), “Best Tribute Show (Bronze), and “Best Family-Friendly Show” (Bronze) in 2023. Olson is the first-ever and only Karen Carpenter tribute artist to perform with the world-renowned Las Vegas-based revue Legends In Concert.

Carpenters Legacy is nothing short of astounding and features a powerful live performance, historical commentary, lovely arrangements and video, taking audiences on an incredible journey down memory lane into the world of the Carpenters – the world’s ONLY authentic Carpenters tribute in sight and sound.


“It’s Karen all over again. I know of no one else that even comes close to what you're doing!"
 - Michael Lansing, Carpenters Audio Engineer, Assistant Tour Manager and Karen Carpenter's personal assistant in 1976

“Musically sound, vocally spot-on, and will please any fans of the duo.”
 - John Katsilometes, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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