The early 60s were the Rat Pack era and Las Vegas was their city. Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. made films there and gave numerous concerts. Sinatra, Martin and Davis Jr. were already among the country´s most popular and important entertainers. Their joint live appearances, preferably at the Sands Hotel, were the showbiz attraction of the gambling paradise of Las Vegas and an absolute crowd-puller. The mixture of cabaret dialogues - between the entertainers and with the audience - as well as the performance of their world-famous songs was also the birth of modern entertainment.
Stephen Triffitt (Frank Sinatra), Mark Adams (Dean Martin) and George Daniel Long (Sammy Davis Jr.) bring such a distinctive Las Vegas evening of the swinging sixties back to life in their show "Sinatra & Friends". Accompanied by a nine-piece big band and three great singers and dancers, the "Golddiggers", the gifted singers and actors manage to give their audience the illusion that they have experienced the three greatest entertainers of all time in person.