Las Vegas show Donnie and Marie Osmond: Since they first performed together on stage at Caesars Palace in 1973, Donny and Marie Osmond have left a lasting legacy of beloved songs, high-energy dance routines and infectious sibling rivalry that’s defined them as premier entertainers of the highest caliber.
The talented duo have decided to return to their roots, performing in an exciting Las Vegas show packed with the same kind of powerful performances that fans have come to expect and admire.
Surrounded by dancers and supported by a live band, Donnie and Marie deliver a Las Vegas show filled with classic duets, as well as some of the best known solo efforts from both members of the legendary family. Together, they lend their voices to “The Way You Do the Things You Do,” “Dancing in the Streets,” “Make the World Go Away,” and more in abundance, while stealing the spotlight from each other for career-defining melodies like Marie’s “Paper Roses” and Donnie’s “Puppy Love.”
Their Las Vegas show is the first for either of them in far too long a time, and audience enthusiasm has reflected the absolute pleasure of their long-overdue return. The Strip has spared no expense in welcoming them back, building them a fabulous new set and bolstering it with special effects and video sequences. This Las Vegas show is “a little bit country, a little bit rock n’ roll,” and a whole lot of talent that the entire family can share again and again. They had it, they kept it, and they’ll always have it, and now they’re ready to prove it yet again.