Legends in Concert, the longest-running show in Las Vegas, has opened an all-new residency just north of Gulf Shores beaches at OWA in Foley.

OWA is an award-winning entertainment destination owned and operated by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians whose design celebrates its rural roots and the area’s natural beauty.

The intimate 430-seat theater is located in Downtown OWA, near Tanger Outlets of Foley, and began operations in 2019.

The acclaimed production boasts an incomparable cast of music legends, bringing its 35-year, continuously operating musical tribute spectacular to the newly constructed venue.

“Legends in Concert was our first choice to be the primary year-round theatrical attraction to headline our new multimillion-dollar theater in the heart of Downtown OWA,” said Cody Williamson, president and CEO of Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority, the division of Poarch Band of Creek Indians that owns and operates OWA. “With their unparalleled collection of seasonally rotating featured artists and other renowned theatrical production ingredients, we are confident Legends in Concert will not only delight visitors, but also be a crucial component to OWA, and the continued growth of Baldwin County and the Gulf Coast’s tourism industry.”
Known as the pioneer of live tribute shows, Legends in Concert made its Las Vegas Strip debut in 1983. The multi-faceted show continues to evolve its collection of live tribute artists.

From artists such as Elvis Presley to Aretha Franklin, Garth Brooks to Michael Jackson, each legendary performer not only looks like the star they portray but also uses their own natural voices to pay homage to their iconic music counterpart. The show features a variety of elaborate theatrical sets, costumes, and special effects.

“Building on our show’s three and a half decades of success, we are thrilled to bring the legendary production to another fast-growing, family-friendly destination, while also expanding the powerful long term multi-year agreement with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians,” said Brian Brigner, chief operating officer of On Stage Enterprises, producers of Legends. “Along with regional partnerships including other outstanding Baldwin County businesses soon to be announced, we are very excited to have Tanger Outlets join us in welcoming Legends in Concert at OWA.”

Be sure to bring the kids to OWA not only to see the Legends In Concert but also to enjoy The Park at OWA, Downtown OWA, and lots of restaurants, shops and fun activities.

A two-bedroom condo in Gulf Shores or Orange Beach would be perfect for a family of up to six people.