There is always a new show in Las Vegas. The entertainment lineup is constantly changing. That’s what we love about the city. However, there are a few shows that have proven, no matter the content, to have staying power on the Strip. Here are the 5 longest-running shows in Vegas:

Divas Las Vegas
Frank Marino is Vegas’ longest running Strip headliner and his show Divas Las Vegas at The LINQ is not far behind. The female celebrity impression show has been entertaining audiences for 20+ years with impressions of such superstars as Britney Spears, Cher, Madonna, Pink and more. The best part is the impressions are all recreated by men!

Legends in Concert
Legends in Concert opened on the Strip in 1983 and 35 years later, the production is still one of the most popular to see on the Strip. Just as the name implies, Legends in Concert brings some of the most iconic artists of all time to the Flamingo stage for one spectacular show. Watch as impressionists perform songs from Michael Jackson, Elton John, Shania Twain and more.

Crazy Girls
Crazy Girls at Planet Hollywood helped start the adult-only productions that are now popular in Vegas. The female topless revue opened in 1987 with pole dancing, sexy costumes and seductive dance moves. More than 30 years later and guests are still crazy for Crazy Girls.

Tournament of Kings
It might not have been around as far back as the Medieval Times but Tournament of Kings at the Excalibur has been a staple on the Strip since 1990. The family-friendly dinner show serves up dinner fit for a king while audiences watch as knights ride mighty steads and prove their chivalry during epic jousting matches. Tournament of Kings is just pure fun and one we hope never leaves.

Mystère by Cirque du Soleil
It won’t be hard to find a Cirque du Soleil production on the Strip but there is only one that has captured the imagination of Vegas. Mystère by Cirque du Soleil debuted in 1993 at Treasure Island and ever since, the magical theatrical production has wowed with its music, bright colors, acrobatics, physical comedy, trapeze artistry and more.