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Branson Live Entertainment Shows

#1 Hits of the 60's.The energy and excitement that all Branson has come to know as #1 Hits of the 60's will take guests "up, up, and away" in this great full-scale production show highlighting everything that was wonderful about this fabulous era of music and dance. The cast of 8 singers/dancers and an 8-piece band perform favorite songs including "Go Away Little Girl," "He's So Fine," "Strangers in the Night," "All You Need Is Love" plus many more! Hear artists including "Roy Orbison," "Elvis Presley," "Ray Charles." "The Four Seasons," "The Beatles," "The Beach Boys," "The Supremes," "The Four Tops," and the "Righteous Brothers" recreated and brought to life on the Branson stage! Then get ready for some Holiday Cheer as the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future help Scrooge find his Groove in their very special 60's Christmas Show. #1 Hits of the 60's, Branson Showcase Theater, Branson Mall, 2206 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-339-1960 or www.1hitsofthe60s.com. -Top of Page

14 Karat Country Music Show. As the name implies, 14 Karat Country brings the Golden Oldies of country music back to center stage. The audience is swept down memory lane as they are treated to the music of classic country stars like Marty Robbins, Webb Pierce, Patsy Cline, Ernest Tubb, Waylon Jennings, Tammy Wynette and many others. More than 25 artists and at least 60 songs are showcased. 14 Karat Country does not try to imitate the vocal sounds of the artists, but stays true to the original music that paved the way for today's Country Music. Most of the songs are in medley form, filling the show with two hours of overflowing memories. And guests will learn things they never knew before as the band reveals fascinating and rarely known facts about the history of country music and its legendary entertainers. This is one of Branson's most nostalgically entertaining music shows. 14 Karat Country Music Show, Shake it Up Showclub (formerly Ain't Misbehavin' Theater), 625 State Highway 165 Branson, phone 866-886-1414. - Top of Page

50’s At The Hop. It's Time To "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" with the "50's At The Hop" show! Audiences can "Splish, Splash" with "Dream Lover", "Peggy Sue", and "Jim Dandy". With more than 50 songs, the "50's At The Hop" show delivers fun, fun, fun--for everyone!
The "50's At The Hop" show is smoothly produced and choreographed. The combined personality of the vivacious performers takes guests to the Hop! Where "It's Your Party" and everyone can "Rock Around The Clock". The fresh, young cast flawlessly captures the essence of the playfulness in the 50's music. They're having fun as they brilliantly entertain with song after song, along with fast-paced dancing and incredible musicianship. With the darling Hoppettes, the dazzling Dreamdates, and the dynamic Rockin' Hop Band audiences get down to the sounds of Motown, Elvis, Doo Wop, Gospel, and Rock-n-Roll. 50’s at the Hop, Jim Stafford Theatre, 3440 W. Highway 76, phone 417-335-8080 or www.jimstafford.com - Top of Page

Acrobats of China. Each year over 40 Acrobats of China travel more than 14,500 miles to perform in the heartland of America. From the playful lion dances, awesome jar juggling, incredible hoop-diving, daring trapeze, thrilling aerial ballet, marvelous spinning plates to the dancing dragon, this huge production show is a spectacular extravaganza of elegant eastern dance, dazzling acrobatics, mysterious magic and more. Fabulous backdrops, state-of-the-art lighting and a fast-paced, exciting production celebrate the exotic wonders of China. The Acrobats of China featuring the New Shanghai Circus bring to Branson a thrilling presentation of classic Chinese physical art showcased in contemporary lighting, dramatic performances, high-energy dance and spectacular costumes. Acrobats of China, New Shanghai Theatre, 645 State Hwy. 165, phone 417-336-888 or www.acrobatsofchina.com. - Top of Page

Act of God is a morning show that inspires young and old alike. This spirited God-centered production is sure to enlighten and thoroughly entertain. Designed to enhance life through God's word, it is thought provoking, yet light-hearted with "Carol Burnett" style skits and fabulous music and songs in a variety of classic styles ranging from Broadway to Country to Gospel. Act of God, Circle B Chuckwagon Theatre, 200 Jess Jo Parkway, (formerly Dinner Bell Restaurant-just off Wildwood Drive) Branson, phone 877-GOD-SHOW or 417-336-1828. - Top of Page

Adventures of a Performing Family featuring the Warnocks-1940’s Music. Experience the suspense, the laughter and the tears as the Warnocks take you on a musical journey from the audition to stardom. Hughes Brothers Celebrity Theatre, 3425 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-336-3688 or www.hughes-brothers.com. - Top of Page

Allen Edwards, former Houston, Texas law enforcement officer, is known as "The Voice of Branson". With his soothing, peaceful vocal style, and dynamic stage presence, Allen's breakfast, lunch, and dinner shows are a favorite among the many tour groups and families that travel to Branson each year. Allen's moving one-hour show includes a variety of musical styles, powerful video accompaniment, hilarious audience participation and a touching finale dedicated to our nation and our veterans. There are special guest stars in each show. Allen Edwards, Golden Corral Theatre, 3551 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, Branson, phone 417-336-6297. - Top of Page

Andy Williams. At his Moon River Theater, Andy Williams’ electrifying performances blend, music, comedy, and dance into a spectacular production show that has become one of Branson's most popular shows. Audiences thrill to this superstar’s top hits, “Can’t Get Used to Losing You,” “Moon River” and of course, “Days of Wine and Roses.” In November and December, the Andy Williams Christmas Show packs the 2000 seat theater with a show that recalls his classic television Christmas specials. The Moon River Theater is set among 16 acres landscaped with foliage, rock formations, waterfalls and a rippling stream. It won the 1992 Convention Award for developed land use from the State of Missouri, and is the only theater ever to be featured in Architectural Digest. For the interior, it was Andy's idea to display pieces of art from his personal collection. Displayed in the lobby and auditorium are sculptures and paintings by renowned artists like Willem de Kooning, Henry Moore, Kenneth Noland, Donald Roller Wilson, Jack Bush, Jacque Lipchitz, and Robert Motherwell. Andy Williams Moon River Theatre, 76 Country Blvd., phone 417-334-4500 or www.andywilliams.com. - Top of Page

Baldknobbers Jamboree continues the family entertainment tradition with comedy, country, gospel and patriotic music in an all-around show that the whole family will enjoy.
"Branson's First Show" performing since 1959 when the four Mabe brothers, Bill, Jim, Lyle and Bob, played homemade instruments at the old City Hall in downtown Branson for folks who came to fish in Lake Taneycomo. They moved into their current theatre in 1968. Thirty-some years later, second generation Mabe’s are still there, performing for the motor coach business tour industry, meeting and convention market, family and individual travelers. They own the The Baldknobbers Motor Inn next door to the theatre and the Baldknobbers restaurant next door, so tourists can see the show, eat and have a place to stay, all in one stop. Audiences enjoy two steppin’ country and dynamite comedy. Come and see why Life magazine says, "Branson is the Baldknobbers." The Baldnobbers Christmas Show is in November and December. Baldnobbers, 2835 W. Highway 76, Box 1, Branson, phone 417-334-4528 or www.baldknobbers.com. - Top of Page

Bart Rockett, illusionist, ventriloquist, magician and musician, can be seen at The Bart Rockett Theater, 3600 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-348-0888 or www.bartrockett.com. -Top of Page

Bertie Higgins. Sail away to paradise, even if only for two hours, with Platinum recording artist Bertie Higgins. Enjoy singing along to his mega hits such as "Key Largo," "Casablanca," "Jamaica Me Crazy" and "Just Another Day in Paradise." Bertie Higgins, Branson Showcase Theater, Branson Mall, 2206 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-339-1960 or www.bertiehiggins.com. - Top of Page

Biggest Stars Concert Series at the Grand Palace. Some of the entertainment industry's hottest superstars perform limited engagements at The Grand Palace, the area’s largest music theatre that seats 4,000. Stars who appear include Alison Krauss & Union Station, George Jones, Jeff Foxworthy, Kenny Rogers, The Oakridge Boys, Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, Tanya Tucker, Ronnie Milsap, Lorrie Morgan, Neal McCoy, Charley Pride, Pastor John Hagee with Randy Travis and the Von Trapp Children among others. Check Grand Palace’s schedule often as big names are being added all the time. Neil Goldberg’s Christmas Dreams plays during November and December. This must-see Broadway-style Christmas show features the greatest holiday classics, with new and original music performed by a cast of 30. Grand Palace Theatre, 2700 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-884-4536 or 417-336-1220. - Top of Page

Blast Vaudeville Variety Show, exciting fast-paced family generated show. A magical, musical, and animal spectacle featuring magician Blake Walker, vocalist Dee Dee Hamilton, and comedian Hagarman. Children free with purchase of adult ticket. Blast Vaudeville Variety Show, Branson Showcase Theater, Branson Mall, 2206 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-339-1960. - Top of Page

Bob Anderson Dinner Show, features Las Vegas Hall of Fame Entertainer, Singer and Impressionist Bob Anderson. It’s a rare opportunity that allows an audience to hear the voices of such legendary personalities as; Tony Bennett, Tom Jones, Bobby Darin and Dean Martin just to name a few, while enjoying a four course meal prepared by Culinary Artist Chef Christopher. That however, is exactly what Club Vegas delivers every night. Crystal chandeliers and red carpet add the perfect touch to the first class service. The Las Vegas style seating is reminiscent of the 40’s supper club. Exceptional food at affordable prices, combined with Branson’s finest entertainment, makes the evening meal truly a memorable event. Bob Anderson Dinner Show, Club Vegas, inside The Lodge of the Ozarks, 3431 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 877-574-8227 or 417-334-7335 or www.lodgeoftheozarks.com - Top of Page

Bounce Basketball Show promises to be a slam-dunk of laughter and fun. Bounce is a unique combination of comedy and basketball wizardry. Dave “Travelin’ Davlin,” the all-American showman, combines the physical and the hysterical for a sole-stomping performance.
Now Dave brings his fast paced, hilarious basketball show to the famous Branson Strip. His amazing basketball wizardry will leave audiences breathless and his sidesplitting comedy with numerous members of the audience will make guests laugh uncontrollably. And to top it off...Dave set a Guinness World Record in 1990 for spinning the most basketballs on the human body at one time.  Bounce, whoever thought basketball could be so funny? Bounce Basketball Show, The Legends Family Theater, 3216 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-374-7469 or 417-339-3003 - Top of Page

Bobby Vinton in Concert. A multi-talented musician, singer and actor, Bobby Vinton has sold more than 75 million albums during his career. In this full-stage musical gala, the "Total Entertainer" pulls out all the stops. "Blue Velvet," "Roses are Red" and "Mr. Lonely" are just a few of the songs that has Billboard Magazine calling Bobby the all-time most successful love singer of the "rock era." An orchestra, along with family members to sing all his most beloved hits and other favorites join Bobby Vinton on his show. It's a dazzling concert event that showcases one of music's most beloved artists. Bobby Vinton’s time in Branson is a limited engagement. Bobby Vinton in Concert, Branson Variety Theater, 2701 W. Highway 76, phone 888-GO Branson or www.bransonvarietytheater.comm. - Top of Page

Branson’s American Star Adventures Sightseeing Cruise. Guests can relax inside the climate-controlled main and upper decks, or go topside and soak up the sun. The resident outdoorsman and historian will point out interesting sights, tell stories about the history and culture of Table Rock Lake and the surrounding Ozark Mountains and give anglers the inside scoop on where to fish and what to use. Kids can become an American Star First Mate and get a hands-on lesson in driving the Star; plus, they make afternoon munchies walk the plank by serving up an All-American Snack of fresh-out-of-the-oven, Triple C Rations-that's Chocolate Chip Cookies! The ship's cookies are so big, guests need two hands to hold 'em- and maybe two mouths to finish 'em! Don't worry, there's a cold glass of milk or refreshing lemonade and other beverages to wash the cookies down with. Branson American Star Adventures Sightseeing Cruise, 915 Long Creek Road, Ridgedale, phone 417-337-8366. - Top of Page

Branson’s American Star Bluegrass and BBQ Dinner Cruise. Cruise guests enjoy a great LIVE Bluegrass Music show with "Missouri Boat Ride", an up and coming Bluegrass group featuring Bluegrass legend Dean Webb of "The Dillards" and their Mayberry alter-egos, "The Darlin Family" from the television classic, "The Andy Griffith Show". And a beautiful sightseeing tour of Table Rock Lake thanks to the wraparound window design of the luxurious Skipperliner yacht. And don't forget Dinner! The ship serves up a great big plate of BBQ brisket and chicken that's hickory-smoked right on board, along with a secret recipe Black Kettle Campfire Beans, ears of sweet corn, tangy-sweet cole slaw, hot-out-of-the-oven yeast rolls and fresh baked delicious apple pie. Many choices of beverages are available for guests. Branson American Star Adventures Sightseeing Cruise, 915 Long Creek Road, Ridgedale, phone 417-337-8366. - Top of Page

Branson’s American Star Champagne Sunday Brunch Cruise. Each Sunday morning, the American Star sets sail for the most laid-back experience in Branson. David White, a singer and songwriter in the tradition of James Taylor, Dan Fogelberg and Jim Croce, entertains with classic songs that are the perfect soundtrack for "unplugged" Sunday mornings. All the while, guests are "wowed" by the Admiral's Bounty Brunch Buffet featuring breakfast classics and tantalizing entrees while the friendly staff pops the cork and the champagne flows! Branson American Star Adventures Sightseeing Cruise, 915 Long Creek Road, Ridgedale, phone 417-337-8366. - Top of Page

Branson’s American Star Harvest Time Lunch. A great way to see beautiful fall foliage! This cruise features the same menu and format as the Branson American Star's Bluegrass and BBQ Dinner Cruise at a convenient time for lunch. Cruise guests enjoy a great LIVE Bluegrass Music show with "Missouri Boat Ride", an up and coming Bluegrass group featuring Bluegrass legend Dean Webb of "The Dillards" and their Mayberry alter-egos, "The Darlin Family" from the television classic, "The Andy Griffith Show". And a beautiful sightseeing tour of Table Rock Lake thanks to the wraparound window design of the luxurious Skipperliner yacht. Lunch is a great big plate of BBQ brisket and chicken along with a secret recipe Black Kettle Campfire Beans, ears of sweet corn, tangy-sweet cole slaw, hot-out-of-the-oven yeast rolls and fresh baked apple pie. A wide assortment of beverages is always available. Branson American Star Adventures Sightseeing Cruise, 915 Long Creek Road, Ridgedale, phone 417-337-8366. - Top of Page

The Branson Follies is a completely unique show for the ageless. It recalls the golden years of variety shows with golden years performers. All the performers, including the chorus men and women are in their sixties, seventies and eighties. They sing, dance and even do the splits in elaborate costumes and headdresses. Songs of the ‘30’s, '40’s and '50’s are performed, just as they were in the classic follies. The sixteen chorus members are all seasoned performers. They've performed on Broadway, in nightclubs, danced in Las Vegas and played all over the world. Age vanishes once the curtain goes up. Age is timeless and everyone is young again-reliving the memories and music of those golden years. Branson Follies, Follies Theatre, 464 State Hwy. 248, Branson, MO 65616, phone 417-337-5543 - Top of Page

Branson Spotlight is Branson’s coolest late-night talent show. Hosting the show each week is Cheryl Gabriel and Chance Havens. Contestants, found through auditions or those who apply over the website, will be performing in front of a live audience as well as being judged by a panel of Branson judges. The judges include Doug Gabriel (producer, entertainer), Jessica James (radio host, entertainer) as well as comedian Terry Sanders playing the role of Doug’s Grandma. Each week there will also be one special celebrity judge, a Branson entertainer, to join the panel. The judges will narrow the field down to two contestants and the audience will have the final vote on that week's winner and help them to advance to the next level. Performers will compete for an array of prizes and personal appearances. A portion of each ticket purchased to the Branson Spotlight Show will go directly to Youth Life, an organization that offers unconditional friendship for youth by providing positive alternatives. Branson Spotlight, Jim Stafford Theatre, 3440 W. Highway 76, phone 417-335-8080. - Top of Page

Braschler’s Music Show. The warmth and sincerity of the Braschler Music Show is legendary. The Braschler’s have been awarded the “Branson Family Tradition Award” and are numerous recipients of the “Gospel Show of the Year award.”The Braschlers create happiness with their light-hearted, joyful performance packed with extraordinary musical talent! Patriarch and Branson Hall Of Fame performer Cliff Braschler sings tenor in the Braschler Music Show. Although voted Branson's favorite gospel act, the Braschler quartet plays everything from bluegrass to country and even pop. The Braschlers have given Branson visitors over 20 years of family fun. “Home for the Holidays” is the Braschler’s Christmas Show beginning in November. The Braschler Music Show, Hamner Barber Theater, 3090 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, Branson, phone 417-334-4363. - Top of Page

Brett Daniels-Magic and Beyond. Syncor Entertainment proudly presents Brett Daniels at the 4,000-seat Grand Palace. This extravagant, high-energy production show will feature two hours of innovative large-scale illusions, dynamic theatrics, world-class sleight-of-hand and precision dance. Performing spectacular illusions, this award-winning show has been seen all around the world. In 2003, Daniels received the prestigious “Magician of the Year” award in Las Vegas. In 2000, “Brett Daniels: MAGIQUE” was voted “Best Show of the Millennium.” Prior honors include “World Challenge Champion,” “Award for Excellence in Grand Illusion,” and “Award for Excellence in Sleight-of Hand.”Brett Daniels has starred in several network television specials such as “The World’s Greatest Magic” I, II, III, & V on NBC-TV, “Champions of Magic” on ABC-TV, “Houdini - Unlocking the Secrets” on NBC-TV, “Caesar’s Palace Anniversary Special” on CBS-TV and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on NBC-TV. Brett Daniels-Magic & Beyond, Grand Palace Theatre, 2700 W. Hw. 76, Branson, phone, 800-884-4536 or 417-336-1220. - Top of Page

Brett Family Singers present a feel-good show with an exciting variety of music featuring rich family harmonies. The Bretts, Mom, Dad and three children, sing, dance and smile their way into their audience's hearts. Guests will laugh, cry, clap, tap, hoot and holler. Enjoy music from Barbershop to Beach Boys, Gospel, Country and more. The show also features the hilarious magical comedy of the multi-talented Mike Bliss. "A Brett Family Christmas" is the theme of their Christmas show presented during November and December. Brett Family Singers, Legends Family Theater3216 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 877-252-7388 or www.brettfamily.com. - Top of Page

BROADWAY! The Star-Spangled Celebration is a glittering, gorgeous Broadway-style production that brings the audience a dazzling salute to the best musicals ever seen on Broadway. This show performs nearly 50 musical arrangements from more than 25 different Broadway classics. Enjoy highlights from Cats, Les Miserables, Chicago, A Chorus Line, Oklahoma, Cabaret, Grease, Mame, The Music Man and lots more. Lavish costumes, show-stopping choreography, dramatic lighting and the huge Broadway line-up makes this show the talk of the town. BROADWAY! The Star-Spangled Celebration, Branson Variety Theater, 2701 West Highway 76, phone 417-334-2500 or www.bransonvarietytheater.com - Top of Page

Broadway’s Christmas Spectacular is a dazzling blend of Christmas songs, beautiful costumes and the highest-kicking chorus girls this side of the North Pole. Start Christmas off in Grand Style with special guest star Jimmy Osmond. The charming and multi-talented Jimmy Osmond, takes center stage throughout the show and captures the audience with his unique charisma and amazing musical talents. Jimmy performs a variety of Christmas songs including “Happy Holidays,” “Mary Did You Know,” “I'll Fly Away” and a specially written song “The Gift,” a song he wrote about his wife and children. Broadway's Spirit of Christmas includes all the elements to make it a must see show while in Branson during the Ozark Mountain Christmas season. It’s a great way for the entire family to enjoy this festive Holiday celebration. This wonderful and exciting show radiates so much Christmas tradition and happiness it could turn on all the Christmas lights in New York City. Start Christmas off in grand style with Broadway's Spirit of Christmas. Broadway’s Christmas Spectacular, Branson Variety Theater, 2701 W. Highway 76, phone 888-GO BRANSON or 417-334-2500 or www.bransonvarietytheater.com. - Top of Page

Buck Trent. When Buck Trent, also known as Mr. Banjo, and his all-star cast takes the stage, it’s sure to be a great time! Fans know this two-time CMA (Country Music Awards) Instrumentalist of The Year and World Premier Five-String Banjo Picker from television shows such as The Porter Wagoner Show and Hee Haw. Celebrating 15 great years of country music, master musician, humorist and entertainer extraordinaire, Buck Trent and his amazing cast puts a smile on faces that last all day. Buck Trent, Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 W. 76 Country Boulevard, Branson, phone 417-335-2484 or www.GrandCountry.com. - Top of Page

Celebrate America is a wildly entertaining ride through American history. A portrayal of the courage, creativity, tenacity and the heart of what it means to be an American.
The musical drama is a tribute to the land of the free and the home of the brave. Celebrate America is an originally written, fully staged theatrical spectacular. An incredibly talented cast of singers, dancers and actors takes the audience on a remarkable journey that is all-at-once poignant and powerful, heartwarming and whimsical. Truly a family oriented presentation delivered with the spirit and energy of Broadway. Gene Bicknell’s “Celebrate America” uses Broadway-quality song and dance, stunning costumes and leading-edge multimedia film and video to bring this heartwarming story to life. Celebrate America, Mansion America, 189 Expressway Lane, Branson, phone 417-239-1333 or www.mansionamerica.com. - Top of Page

Christmas Dreams is a 90-minute musical journey for families and children of all ages. The audience is swept up in not only what is going on in front of them, but with inventive and interactive holiday happenings throughout the theatre. Bell ringing, puppeteering and choirs sings are just some of what comes to life in the “Christmas Dreams” experience. Neil Golberg, who is also the genius behind “Cirque”, created this must-see Broadway-style Christmas show. Christmas Dreams features the greatest holiday classics, with new and original music performed by a cast of 30. It plays only during November and December. Grand Palace Theatre, 2700 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-884-4536 or 417-336-1220. - Top of Page

Circle B Chuckwagon Supper and Cowboy Music Show. Take a trip back to the days of tumbling tumbleweeds and finger-licking foods of the Old West. The Horn family, “Riders of the Circle B” are serving up chuckwagon chow and good ole' cowboy music. The Riders have been joined by two-time Louisiana State Fiddle Champion Louis Darby! Guests get a fantastic meal, hear authentic cowboy music and laugh at sidesplitting comedy. Arrive early for FREE popcorn and cowboy movies on big screens. Supper and show is all done in two hours--so there is plenty of time to get to the next appointment. Or make the Riders of the Circle B the main evening entertainment for an early night. Christmas shows start in November. Look for Santa Elvis! Circle B Chuckwagon Supper and Cowboy Music Show, 200 Jess Jo Parkway, Branson, phone 800-678-6179 or 417-336-1828 , or www.circlebchuckwagon.com. - Top of Page

Cirque is 90 minutes of heart-pounding acrobatic feats unlike any seen in Branson, with vibrant colors, dazzling costumes and sets, and a dreamlike, theatrical journey that envelops the audience’s consciousness and leaves them frequently holding their breath. Featuring an international cast, performers include four-legged stilt walkers, 16-foot glow-in-the-dark puppets, gold-covered power lifters, trapeze artists, an acrobatic balancer/wheel manipulator and a magnificent aerialist “butterflyer” who appears to soar effortlessly above the audience.
Neil Goldberg’s amazing production combines a kaleidoscope of color, an incredible display of mental flexibility and a mind-blowing display of artistry, athleticism and imagination.
Cirque, Remington Theatre, 3701 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-336-1220. - Top of Page

Clay Cooper's Country Music Express. Clay Cooper has put together a high-energy show of his own for Branson audiences. This is after performing 18 years in Branson, including nine years with Country Tonite as a featured male vocalist and emcee, and as a featured male vocalist with the Texas Goldminers, Ozark Country Jubilee, and currently The Paul Harris Show. For two hours guests will be entertained by 12 outstanding performers including a teenage vocalist and other female vocalists, a trick roper, a six-piece band, dancers, and of course Clay Cooper! Jump-start the day the Clay Cooper Way. Clay Cooper’s Country Music Express, The Caravelle Theatre (next door to Jim Stafford), 3446 West Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-334-5100. - Top of Page

Comedy Jamboree stars Branson icons Splinter Middleton and reigning Comedian of the Year, Jamie Haage as Jim Dandy, and a sizzling cast of singers and dancers, all backed by the best of the best of Branson musicians. A rollercoaster of laughs, comedy, music, dance and family fun! Don’t miss this comedy and musical extravaganza! From hilarious comedic routines, which always feature victims…errr… volunteers from the audience, and show stopping musical moments, the Comedy Jamboree is a hot ticket! Comedy Jamboree, Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 West 76, Branson, phone 417-335-2484 or www.grandcountry.com. - Top of Page

Comedy Pet Theater. Gregory Popovich’s Comedy Pet Theatre stars 15 house cats and eight amazing dogs, all rescued from the pound. The Comedy Pet Theatre was voted “best family attraction” in Las Vegas and has appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with David Letterman. Gregory Popovich’s Comedy Pet Theatre is an indoor circus of juggling, European-style comedy and a furry entourage of performing cats and dogs. The ringleader is Moscow Circus superstar and master juggler Gregory Popovich, whose love of animals inspired him to give homeless animals a second chance. Comedy Pet Theater, Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 W. 76 Country Boulevard, Branson, phone 417-335-2484 or www.GrandCountry.com. - Top of Page

Country Tonite is an exciting favorite that has their audience toe-tappin’ and foot stompin’! From real country classics to the most popular country hits of today, this energy-packed production features a truly talented cast of vocalists, award-winning dancers, and fabulous musicians who provide a knee-slappin' good time for all ages.When not singing along to the great music, be prepared to laugh until it hurts with hilarious comedy, gun slinging and rope tricks. Country Tonite is a must see show for the whole family. It’s a real country show that will thrill audiences both young and young at heart. Country Tonite, Country Tonite Theatre, 2905 West Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-337-9333. - Top of Page

Crossties Country Cathedral. If you are in the mood for some good "old-timey" Bluegrass and Gospel, then come as you are and join Jim Glaspy for this non-denominational Christian gathering every Sunday morning. Free admission. Crossties Country Cathedral, Little Opry Theatre, Imax Entertainment Complex, 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, phone 417-598-1264 or www.bransonimax.com. - Top of Page

Crystal Gayle and Lee Greenwood perform at the Welk Resort Theatre. Crystal is best known for, "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue," and Lee Greenwood is the singer and songwriter of the patriotic anthem, "God Bless the USA."
Crystal Gayle has charted 18 #1 hits and 27 Top-Five singles including "Don't' It Make My Brown Eyes Blue," "Talking In Your Sleep," "Why Have You Left The One You Left Me For," "I'll Get Over You," and "Cry."
Lee Greenwood has seven #1 hits and 23 Top-Ten records including "Dixie Road," "Ring On Her Finger, Time On Her Hands," "Hearts Aren't Made To Break (They're Made To Love)," "Going, Going, Gone," and "God Bless The USA."
Crystal Gayle and Lee Greenwood, Welk Resort Theater, 1984 State Highway 165, Branson, 417-337-7469 or www.sullivanshows.com. - Top of Page

Dalena Ditto Country Variety Show offers music, comedy, dance, audience participation and fun for the whole family. Dalena’s down home sense of humor and class costumes enhance this fast-paced show. Her show showcases favorites by Patsy Cline, Hank Williams, Dottie West, Marty Robbins, and bluegrass with hilarious comedy skits in the style of the classic Carol Burnett Show.“The Boys,” Dalena’s six-piece band, Comedian and Ventriloquist Patty Davison and Comedian Rocky Boudreaux all contribute to this Country Variety Extravaganza.
Dalena Ditto Country Variety Show, Mickey Gilley Theatre, 3455 West Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-334-1936 or 417-334-3210 or www.DalenaDitto.com. - Top of Page

Daniel O'Donnell is a “must see” show with an International flavor. Daniel O'Donnell teams up with Mary Duff to give an outstanding performance of traditional Irish ballads, country favorites, holiday favorites with an Irish twist and traditional gospel. This is different, sensational and something special that his guests will enjoy from the minute he starts to sing. Daniel O’Donnell, Tri-Lakes Centre, 2527 Highway 248, Branson, phone 417-336-0219 or www.trilakescenter.com. - Top of Page

Darren Romeo, the Voice of Magic is presented by Siegfried & Roy. Darren Romeo brings personality, charm, romanticism and youth to each show, combined with the most powerful universal languages-music and magic. The first and only protégé of magicians Siegfried & Roy, Romeo combines his extraordinary singing voice with fascinating illusions for a one-of-a-kind magical performance. The production features classic and contemporary music from Andrew Lloyd Webber to Bobby Darin, Billy Joel and original compositions by Romeo. The show is punctuated by dramatic illusions, including Romeo’s original magic/music combination tribute to his namesake, Bobby Darin, and Blackstone’s famous Floating Light Bulb illusion. The show is a roller coaster of powerful magic and breathtaking music. Darren Romeo, the Voice of Magic, Welk Resort Theatre, 1894 Highway 165, Branson, phone 417-337-7469 or www.sullivanshows.com. - Top of Page

Dean Church Variety Music Show.Audiences are guaranteed an unforgettable evening of wholesome family entertainment, featuring Country music coupled with old time Rock-n-Roll and Gospel favorites! Starring Dean Church, Branson's two-time Violin/Fiddle Player of the Year! Dean Church Variety Music Show, Little Opry Theatre, Imax Entertainment Complex, 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, phone 417-598-1264 or www.bransonimax.com. - Top of Page

Debbie Reynolds, Frankie Avalon & Brenda Lee and Neil Sedaka. Appearances are for limited dates. Call the theater for specific times. Branson Variety Theater, 2701 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 888-462-7267 or 417-334-2500 or www.bransonvarietytheater.com. - Top of Page

Dick Clark's American Bandstand Shows present Rock Legends of the 50's and 60's. Grammy Award-winning and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, Bill Medley of The Righteous Brothers, Paul Revere and the Raiders, The Comets, Fabian, Bobby Vee, The Chiffons, Brian Hyland, Chris Montez, Gary Lewis and The Playboys and others will perform. The Theater complex houses the Patch Collection in a 32,000 square foot exhibit that takes visitors on a walk down memory lane through lifestyle displays that recreate the mood and spirit of 1957, including a museum-quality collection of classic cars, all vintage 1957. The complex will also include a 12,000 square foot Dick Clark's American Bandstand Grill. Dick Clark's American Bandstand Shows, Dick Clark Theater Complex, Branson, phone 417-LUV 1957 or www.dickclarksabbranson.com. - Top of Page

Dino’s Christmas Spectacular. Dino Kartsonakis is a grand pianist and a stellar entertainer. He is indeed "America's Piano Showman”-a title aptly given to him by over 80 million people who are witnesses to his majestic piano styling each year. Dino's popular award winning Christmas Extravaganza features his wife, Cheryl Kartsonakis and 24 professional dancers, complete with a dynamic light show and Austrian crystal covered piano. The Dino show is one of Branson’s premier Christmas shows that is a "must to see" for motor coach groups, church groups, family reunions and everyone else. Dino, Tri-Lakes Centre, 2527 Highway 248, Branson, phone 417-336-0219 or www.trilakescenter.com. - Top of Page

Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show. Experience the “Stampede of the Buffalos” as six tons of real American bison lead the stampede nightly. Marvel at the symbol of strength that is the American Buffalo and celebrate the Spirit of this nation. Thirty-two magnificent horses and a cast of top-notch riders thrill diners with daring feats of trick riding and competition, all set in Dolly’s story of America.

Enjoy a barrel full of music, dancing, special effects and family friendly comedy along the way. Amaze at the hilarious ostrich races and the world famous racing pigs. Celebrate as the North and South join together in a patriotic salute of Red, White and Blue featuring “Color Me America,” written by Dolly herself. The Patriotic Grand finale soars with flying Doves of Peace, luminous costumes and fireworks, reminding everyone of the pride and spirit of America. The show goes on while guests are being treated to a fabulous four-course meal served by a wait staff that is part of the show.

Come back for Christmas at Dixie Stampede and celebrate the true spirit of Christmas. Featuring a dramatic live Nativity with three kings atop live camels, holiday music, plus a visit from Santa. Elves from the North and South Poles sere up the festive holiday feast.
Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show, 1525 West 76 Blvd., Branson, phone 800-520-5544 or 417-336-3000 or www.dixiestampede.com. - Top of Page

Doug Gabriel Show.

Whatever one’s taste in music the audience will hear it all, and long before guests leave the theater, they will know why Doug’s show was voted “Best Morning Show” three years in a row. And why Doug is the five-time winner of “Male Vocalist of the Year,” who was also awarded ‘‘Entertainer of the Year’’ and ‘‘Instrumentalist of the Year’’ in 2000.

Not only are audiences awed with his voice, but also his talent on the guitar and piano is captivating. Doug also plays his world famous ‘‘Mufftar’’ a guitar made out of a 1969 Thunderbird muffler! With sincere love for God, family and country, Doug shares not only his talent but also shares his tremendously talented family. He and his family along with his cast of singers, dancers and musicians give the true Branson experience.

Enjoy a Christmas celebration as Doug Gabriel presents a “Gabriel Family Christmas” in November and December. Enjoy favorite Christmas songs, such as ‘‘White Christmas,’’ ‘‘Oh, Holy Night,’’ ‘‘Rock Around the Christmas Tree’’ and many others. Comedy will be mixed in with secular Christmas music and the Show will close with the true Christmas message: the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. Bring the whole family to meet Doug and his wife Cheryl along with Joshua, Jordan, and Jasmine Gabriel. The Doug Gabriel Show, Jim Stafford Theatre, 3440 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-954-8554 or 417-337-8300 or www.douggabriel.com. - Top of Page

Duttons. Featuring a wide array of musical genius, the Duttons combine vocal harmonies, instrumental ability, high-energy dancing and heart-warming comedy that will keep everyone entertained and leave all who watch with a smile. The variety and versatility are astounding! Indulge Country, Bluegrass, 50's, Swing, Rock n' Roll, Classical, and the fun doesn't stop there! Endless variety, genius talent and the joys of family all wrapped up in one incredible show. The Duttons are known worldwide for their harmonies, hot dance numbers and instrumental virtuosity. Without question one of the most talented, entertaining, wholesome and generally fun family show in Branson. Join the Duttons to celebrate the spirit of Christmas with the holiday show that has aired nationwide on television for several years. Performed during the months of November and December. The Dutton Family Theater Complex, 3454 West Highway 76, Branson, phone 888-388-8661 or 417-332-2772, or www.theduttons.com. - Top of Page

Elvis Experience starring Tony Roi. After 18 years as Elvis in the Legends in Concert show, and at the request of his fans, Tony Roi (say Roy) has created a truly unique show that's the most unbelievable tribute to the King of Rock 'n Roll that audiences will EVER witness! It's not a show, it's an experience. Guests will believe they are actually watching Elvis Aaron Presley LIVE on stage throughout this performance. Relive the excitement and energy that millions of people enjoyed when Elvis took the stage in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.

All of the music, the vocals, and even the hip movements are live, exactly as fans would have experienced it in an actual Elvis concert more than 30 years ago! This show features the most talented band and pair of back-up singers in Branson. Critics agree that no one presents Elvis as well as Tony Roi does! He has the voice, the movements, the charm and charisma that made Elvis Presley the biggest superstar of the 20th century! After countless television appearances and national tours, Tony brings his Elvis Experience back to Branson for a full season of incredible performances at the Music City Centre. Elvis Experience starring Tony Roi, Music City Centre, 1835 W. Highway 76, phone 417-336-1600 or www.musiccitycentre.com. - Top of Page

Elvis and the Superstars is a tribute to “The King” and the first half is all Elvis! Dave Elvis Ehlert has been impersonating Elvis for 30 years very convincingly. The second half has impersonations of superstars such as Roy Orbison, Shania Twain, Neil Diamond, Liberace, Willie Nelson, Tom Jones, The Blues Brothers and many more. This show is the Branson original Superstar Tribute Show at Branson’s original theatre! Elvis and the Superstars, Owen’s Theatre in Historic Downtown Branson, phone 800-358-4795 or 417-3362112 or www.bransonsuperstars.com. - Top of Page

Exploring Life in Heaven with Rose Martin. A multimedia feast for the eyes and heart! Build your faith! Renew your hope! Increase your joy! It is based on the Bible, but it is not a sermon. It is in a theater, but Rose does not sing and dance. We call it a 'show' because we are in Branson, but it is really an inspiring presentation.
Through beautiful pictures, Scripture, illustrations and stirring music Rose takes you on a tour of what you have to look forward to when you arrive in the wonderful place called heaven. Many questions you have had about heaven will be answered during this timer. What you discover will move your soul and spirit, build your faith, and renew your hope. Exploring Life In Heaven with Rose Martin, Nova Theater, 1840 Highway 76 (just west of Appleby's), Branson, phone 877-446-6824 or www.exploringlifeinheaven.com. - Top of Page

Frederick in Concert. Internationally acclaimed piano virtuoso, Frederick, plays the world's most beautiful music on two concert grand pianos at the same time! One can't imagine what two pianos can do until they've seen Frederick. Audiences thrill to the splendid music of the only performing artist in the world who plays two concert grand pianos at the same time. Even two different songs, on two different pianos, at the same time! Frederick's finger action on the piano is a cultured performance filled with drama, fun and emotion. Frederick can play anything on the piano and does during his one hour show.
This master showman spellbinds audiences as he plays everything from ragtime to gospel to concert music to Broadway's most famous melodies. Frederick, Club Vegas, inside The Lodge of the Ozarks, 3431 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 877-574-8227 or 417-334-7335 or www.lodgeoftheozarks.com. - Top of Page

From Patsy To Present. Experience this magical and inspirational musical tribute to legendary artists of the past seven decades. From Jim Reeves to George Straight, from Loretta to Cher, this show has it all. Starring Tracy Lynn, one of the top Patsy Cline tribute artists, with Michael T. Hermsmeyer, OZ Award Nominee for Multi-Instrumentalist. The show is a unique Christian tribute to Patsy Cline, classic country and the Gospel music of decades past. Guests will also hear Tracy's heartwarming testimony and an unforgettable gospel finale. From Patsy To Present, Nova Theatre Live, 1840 Highway 76 (just west of Appleby's), Branson, phone 417-334-6806 or www.patsyinbranson.net. - Top of Page

Goldwing Express. This versatile family act is best known in the bluegrass circuit for their hard-driving action-packed show. The band consists of three Native American brothers and the family's father. Father Bob Baldridge, Steve, Shane and Paul put on some of the best Bluegrass, Gospel and anything else they think their guests would like to hear. The audience claps their hands, does a little toe tapping and comes out with a joyful heart. This Branson-style comedy act features the acoustics of a five-string banjo, mandolin, guitar, bow fiddle and upright bass. This is one for the whole family. Goldwing Express, The Hughes Brothers Celebrity Theatre, 3425 Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-422-0076 or www.hughes-brothers.com. - Top of Page

Grand Country Friday Night Guests become a part of the studio audience for a live, one-hour radio show broadcast on local Branson station KRZK 106.3 FM. The show is co-hosted by Grand Country nuts, Jamie Haage, as Jim Dandy, and Mike Patrick! With a rotating roster of talent, the show features special guest stars from the rich Branson entertainment industry. From celebrities such as Mickey Gilley and Roy Clark to the up and coming stars of tomorrow, the weekly line-up is always a hit!
Audiences also enjoy the incredible voice of Callie Agler and the power harmonies of New South, both weekly regulars on the show. The entire show is backed by the dynamic Grand Band.
When the red "ON AIR" light comes on, it's sure to be a GRAND time! Grand Country Friday Night, Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-335-2484 or www.grandcountry.com. - Top of Page

Grand Jubilee is the Grand Country Music Hall’s signature show, starring New South!
From the first downbeat, audiences fall in love with the tight harmonies and dynamic performance of Grand Country’s very own quartet, New South. This hot group, comprised of Branson favorites, Jimmy Ponder on tenor and Mark McCauley on bass, Trey Wilson singing lead, and Dee Allen (son of Oak Ridge Boys lead, Duane Allen), on baritone, sing today’s country hits as well as timeless quartet classics sure to keep hands clapping and toes tapping.
Comedy is abundant! From celebrity impersonations to traditional stage jokes, Grand Jubilee comedian, Branson legend, Terry Sanders, as Homer Lee, keeps the audience in stitches. Also, Grand Country favorite, the talented and beautiful Diana Ponder, returns to entertain countless fans with her artistic and smooth vocal style. The handsome and energetic, Todd Bradshaw, of Silver Dollar City fame, also joins this incredible cast to singing his way into the hearts of audience members young and old alike. From Country to Gospel, Doo-Wop to Pop, this show explodes with musical fun to satisfy any age. The incredibly talented musicians from the Grand Band are also showcased and given a chance to show their stuff. Grand Jubilee, Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-335-2484 or www.grandcountry.com. - Top of Page

Hamner - Barber Variety. This show features the award winning illusions of Dave and Denise Hamner and the vocal comedy of internationally recognized ventriloquist Jim Barber. Add some great dancers and the entire cast of the show are widely recognized for their talents and are favorites with Branson area audiences. The Hamners are best known for their beautiful Macaws and Cockatoos which appear amid flying cards, flaming swords, falling coins, jewels and then perform an incredible flight over the audience before gracefully returning to the stage.
Jim Barber is one of the world’s great ventriloquists featuring hilarious characters and creative musical comedy. Hamner Barber Variety Show, Hamner Barber Theater, Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, phone 417-334-4363 or www.bransonvariety.com. - Top of Page

Hank and Patsy Together Again, starring Randy Steffin as Hank Sr. and featuring Susan Hudson as Patsy. This is a live tribute. Audiences will have “Sweet Dreams” about “Honky Tonkin.” They’ll go “Crazy” for “Your Cheatin’ Heart.” And when they hear “Walkin’ after Midnight,” they’ll get the “Lovesick Blues.”Hank and Patsy Together Again, Owen’s Theatre in Historic Downtown Branson, phone 800-358-4795 or 417-336-2112 or www.bransonsuperstars.com. - Top of Page

Hank Presents: A Tribute to Patsy Cline. Sit back and enjoy Michele Inskeep's powerful vocals as she brings the life and music of Patsy to life! Michele and her talented band will have you tapping your toe and singing along! This show is only on select dates. Hank Presents: A Tribute to Patsy Cline, Little Opry Theatre, Imax Entertainment Complex, 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, phone 417-598-1264 or www.bransonimax.com. - Top of Page

Hank Williams Gospel Hour. If you enjoy the country sounds of Hanks Williams and good ole gospel singing then don't miss Tim Hadler every Sunday morning in the Little Opry. It will be an hour to be remembered! Free admission. Hank Williams Gospel Hour, Little Opry Theatre, Imax Entertainment Complex, 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, phone 417-598-1264 or www.bransonimax.com. - Top of Page

Hank Williams Revisited stars Nashville recording artist Tim Hadler. Tim is Hank William revisited in sound, looks and demeanor! Come hear the songs that made Hank a legend in country music: “Cheatin' Heart,” “Hey Good Lookin'” and more! Audiences find a mix of comedy, country, gospel and bluegrass that the whole family can enjoy. From Patsy Cline to George Jones; great pickin' and fiddlin' to songs from the movie "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou", there's something for all. Hank Williams Revisited, Little Opry Theatre, Imax Entertainment Complex, 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, phone 417-598-1264 or www.bransonimax.com. - Top of Page

The Haygoods are one of the hottest shows in Branson, setting the benchmark for the new era of entertainment coming onto the Branson strip. The seven brothers-Timothy, Patrick, Dominic, Shawn, Michael, Matthew, and Aaron, along with their sister Catherine, are known for their unique brand of upbeat, 21st-century family entertainment. Ranging in age from adolescent to young adult, their talent and energy are unsurpassed and they consistently astound audiences.

Their show is an incredible blend of variety and family entertainment with a contemporary flair. Experience a musical adventure with incredible vocals, awesome acrobatics, 20 smokin' instruments, a cappella harmonies, and enough energy to blow the doors off the back of the theater...and that's just the first half. The show also includes acoustic instruments, black light production segments, and lots of visual effects. The two youngest Haygoods, Catherine and Aaron, are also active throughout the show and consistently amaze audiences with their mature showmanship and instrumental skills. The Haygoods are a thrill ride fit for all ages. The Haygoods, Music City Centre, 1835 W.Highway 76, phone 417-336-1600 or www.thehaygoods.com - Top of Page

Hot Seat-Interactive Comedy Game Show "The Carol Burnett Show" meets "Whose Line is it Anyway" to form a one-of-a-kind production. The Hot Seat is filled with sketch comedy, music, dance, improvisation and comedic competition. The Hot Seat thrills kids, parents, grandparents and everyone-in-between. Hot Seat, Hughes Brothers Celebrity Theatre, 3425 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-336-3688.  - Top of Page

The Hughes Brothers perform with equal finesse everything from today's Country hits to the Old Western classics to Broadway and Gospel favorites. Not only do the brothers have the reputation of astounding all ages with their rich harmonies, but also their performance is brilliantly choreographed, showcasing the foot-steppin' moves of the brothers. The brothers' talented wives grace the stage as audiences enjoy the Southern hospitality of the Tennessee Waltz and the breathtaking charm of a show-stopping ballet. Audience members are also on the look out for the brothers' little sidekick, Kristina Marie, Marty's 10-year-old yodeling daughter. There have also been rumors of a posse of "Little Cowpokes". People consistently claim that this heartwarming Branson show is their favorite. It's undoubtedly because The Hughes Brothers' love for their family and audiences is contagious. As one audience member said, "You don't just see this show...you feel it." The Hughes Brothers offer two shows daily and they are completely different. The wives and children are featured on one show and comedian Dallen Gettling joins the brothers on the other. Sumptuous dining before the show is also available with exclusive dinner theatre seating. It’s the perfect prelude to an unforgettable evening. The Hughes Brothers, Hughes Brothers Celebrity Theatre, 3425 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-336-3688 or www.hughes-brothers.com.

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Jim Owen Country. It’s “classic” country music. Jim teams up with country legend Cal Smith to offer a great country music show-what Branson is all about. Jim sings some of the hits he’s written, like “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man” “Too Lonely Too Long,” “Southern Lovin’,” “The Telephone” and many more. Jim is also a funny, funny man and spins yarns that delight his audience. Cal Smith brings to life his mega-hits, “Country Bumpkin” and “The Lord Knows I’m Drinking.”The Last Cowboy Band, a fine-tuned collection of best pickers adds to the quality and fun of this show. Jim Owen Country, Country Tonite Theatre, 3600 West Highway 76, Branson, phone 877-336-7827 or 417-336-0884 or www.jimowenmusic.com. - Top of Page

Jim Stafford, voted “Branson’s Best Entertainer, Best Comedy Show and Best Personality,” delivers delightfully delirious surprises for the whole family including hilarious comedy, sensational music and spectacular special effects. There’s nothing like it in Branson.
Branson's biggest kid at heart is Jim Stafford-the comedy Dude! Able to leap tall tales in a single bound! Faster than a spinning one-liner! Won't rest 'til all of America is laughing! Join Jim for hilarious comedy, sensational music, dancing chickens, flying saucers, a 3-D virtual thrill ride and more! Family Fun for everyone, so don't forget to bring the kids. Jim Stafford, comedian and Branson theatre owner, added all new first-class seats, premium surround sound, state-of-the-art lighting, and a remodeled, spacious lobby in 2005. Jim Stafford, Jim Stafford Theatre, 3440 W. Highway 76, phone 417-335-8080 or www.jimstafford.com. - Top of Page

John Tweed. A fabulous two-hour show featuring country, 50's, 60's, Crooners, Broadway and a special tribute to veterans. Sometimes referred to as "The Voice," John (6'6" in boots!) is Branson's only 4-octave vocalist. Audiences feel their seats rumble with the low notes and are thrilled with the high ones. John Tweed is a little country and a little Broadway. He's also a little Sinatra and a little Hank. John Tweed, Moe Bandy Theatre, 2215 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-332-2200 or www.johntweedshow.com. - Top of Page

John Wayne Story, starring John Wain. John Wayne died in 1979-yet HIS persona lives on in John Wain who portrays the "Duke."Guests swear the Duke is back as actor John Wain recreates scenes well remembered from the "Alamo," "Big Jake" and other John Wayne movies. The John Wayne Story is a moving tribute filled with laughter and memories.
Special guests include Walter Brennan, Katharine Hepburn, Crazy Guggenheim, Strothers Martin and others. John Wain has lived his life as John Wayne, performing for many audiences and in a variety of charitable events. "Hey Pilgrim --- see ya there!" John Wayne Story, Shake It Up Showclub, located at Highway 165, south of the Stone Hill Winery, Branson, phone 800-318-DUKE or www.dukesdouble.com. - Top of Page

Keepin’ It Country. Rick Langston, singer and songwriter pays tribute to some of country music's favorite artists. He spent 25 years in Nashville, 18 of those playing bass guitar and singing harmony on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. He and a talented young cast will share special behind the scenes moments and lots of laughter while taking guests on a musical journey from 1925 through today! Keepin’ It Country, Little Opry Teatre at the IMAX Entertainment Complex, 3562 Shepher of the Hills Expressway, Branson, phone 800-419-4832 or 417-335-4832 or www.bransonimax.com. - Top of Page

Kirby VanBurch, the award-winning and internationally celebrated Prince of Magic, has amazed millions with his unique combination of mystifying illusions and exotic animals, including two extremely rare Royal White Bengal Tigers. The Kirby VanBurch Show delivers wholesome, family entertainment that begins with a heart-pounding display of magic and ends with an inspirational tribute that will touch the hearts of young and old alike. The show, which features Kirby's wife, Bambi, promises never-before-seen illusions, amazing feats, exotic animals, super comedy and great entertainment. Kirby VanBurch, The Kirby VanBurch Theatre, 2353 Highway 248, Branson, phone 417-337-7140. - Top of Page

Ladies of Motown is a tribute to the great ladies of soul. Tributes are made to the Supremes, Ronettes, Shirelles, Marvelettes, Martha and the Vandellas, Chantels and the Dixie Cups. Starring two times Vocalist of the Year Dee Dee Hamilton, formerly with the Platters. She performs the best of Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, Chaka Kahn, Diana Ross, Patti LaBelle, Natalie Cole, Dionne Warwick and many more. Ladies of Motown, Owen’s Theatre in Historic Downtown Branson, phone 800-358-4795 or 417-3362112 or www.bransonsuperstars.com. - Top of Page

Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers is one of the first-class acts in Country Music. This Grammy Award-winning trio has entertained around the world, from Texas to the White House, Broadway and beyond. Their incomparable Gatlin Brothers harmony has been showcased on 15 Top-Five Hits and over 27 albums and CDs including country, gospel, Christmas, classic and even big band music. Audiences will hear some of their greatest hits, “All the Gold in California,” “Houston” and “Broken Lady.”Check current schedules. The Gatlins often join other stars in Branson for special shows throughout the year. Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, Welk Resort Theatre, 1984 Highway 165, Branson, phone 417-337-7469 or www.sullivanshows.com. - Top of Page

Legacy Lives On Show featuring the music of Jim Reeves. John Rex Reeves will perform his tribute to his uncle Jim Reeves and sing hits of his own. Opening for John Rex will be John Dee Secord of Longview, TX, and formerly the opening act at the Reo Palm Isle for five years. Tracy Russell will provide comedy for the show and Scott Reeves, John Rex’s oldest son, will host the show and perform his tribute to the comedy of Jerry Clower. Legacy Lives On, Nove Theatre, next to Apple Tree Mall, 1840 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 877-446-6824. - Top of Page

Legends in Concert. What began as a two-week engagement in Las Vegas has turned into the longest-running most-acclaimed show of its kind. Boasting over 100 rotating acts, Legends in Concert defies adjectives. At every performance, skeptics are turned into believers. It’s a multi-million dollar musical extravaganza with orchestra, singers and dancers. Artists change four times a year. The audience will hear their favorite hits performed by their favorite artists--Elvis, Faith Hill, Charlie Daniels, Buddy Holly, The Blues Brothers, Celine Dion, Bing Crosby and many more! Legends in Concert have a Christmas Show in November and December.
Legends in Concert, The Legends Family Theater, 3216 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-374-7469 or 417-339-3003 or www.legendsbranson.com. - Top of Page

The Lennon Sisters. America's Sweethearts of Song, The Lennon Sisters, join the Gatlin Brothers to celebrate Christmas with a spectacular salute to the season. The Lennon Sisters, Welk Resort Theater, 1984 State Highway 165, Branson, 417-337-7469 or www.sullivanshows.com. - Top of Page

Les Brown Jr. and The Band of Renown. Since 1938, Les Brown’s Band of Renown has touched lives with Number One hits like “Sentimental Journey” and “I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm.” They played with Bob Hope for 50 years, entertaining millions of American troops overseas on 18 USO tours, and provided the music for the Dean Martin TV show for 10 seasons. Les Brown Jr. and the Band Of Renown play the swinging hits of the ‘30's, 40's and 50's, including songs by Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. And there's comedy, storytelling and dancing throughout the show! Guests enjoy touching stories about growing up with the Band Of Renown and the stars who performed with them-Bob Hope, Doris Day, Dean Martin and Tony Bennett to name a few. And because the Band Of Renown is a dance band, dancing will be encouraged at every show! Les Brown Jr. and The Band of Renown, Mickey Gilley Theatre, 3455 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-334-7011 or www.bandofrenown.com. - Top of Page

Liverpool Legends perform songs spanning the entire career of The Beatles and on through the solo years. With precise attention to every musical detail, along with costume changes, vintage instruments and special effects, Liverpool Legends will make you feel like you are watching the real thing! Together, these four lads will bring you the "Ultimate Beatles Tribute Show!" Liverpool Legends recently received national attention as they re-created The Beatles 1966 concert at Busch Stadium in St. Louis!
Liverpool Legends are managed by Louise Harrison, sister of the late Beatle George Harrison, and are considered by Louise to be the very best Beatles Tribute show in the world! Liverpool Legends, Caravelle Theatre, 3446 West Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-334-5100 or liverpoollegends.com. - Top of Page

Lowe Family of Utah. This is no ordinary family-but one that is gifted across the board in two power-packed hours of fast-paced entertainment! The show is a combination of every kind of musical, theatrical and dance talent guests can dare to imagine, and then some. From bluegrass to Bach, this talent-packed family offers a unique blend of show-stopping classical, Broadway, 20's, 40's, 60's, ballroom dance, Irish, jazz, swing, clog, tap, old-time melodies, six-part harmony, a veteran's tribute, bluegrass and gospel. Their Christmas show is in November and December. The Lowe Family, Welk Resort Theatre, 1984 Highway 165, Branson, phone 800-505-WELK or 417-337-7469 or www.thelowefamily.com. - Top of Page

Lost in the 50’s. Get Lost in the magical decade of the 1950’s. This production guarantees to take their audience back to the fun and excitement of one of America’s most beloved musical eras. From poodle skirts to ponytails and the coolest black leather jackets, this show says, “Rock-n-Roll is Here to Stay”. This high-energy cast performs over 70 hits, taking guests on a nostalgic journey down memory lane. Reminisce with the characters of ‘50’s TV and movies, and join in that special Senior Class Prom. Featured in the show is Nedra Culp, a long-time Branson favorite, and Female Vocalist of the Year. The crazy antics of that beloved Sheriff’s Deputy, Barney Fife, from Mayberry RFD is included in the show. No detail is missed as the cast of singers and dancers provide their own standout talent. The Lost in the Fifties Band is also a crowd-pleaser, adding an incredible blend to this nostalgic experience. Whatever the age, everyone enjoys this blast from the past! Lost in the 50’s, Starlite Theatre, 3115 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-337-9333. - Top of Page

Magic of Taylor Reed. Merrill Osmond presents a magical journey with award-winning illusionist Taylor Reed! Stunning illusions, colorful sets combined with high-energy entertainment and Taylor's award winning show dog "Polar" make for an exciting and fun-filled show for all ages. Magic of Taylor Reed, Branson Showcase Theater, Branson Mall, 2206 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-339-1960. - Top of Page

Magnificent 7. Branson’s ultimate music variety show, introduces an array of multi-talented performers backed by Branson’s finest musicians. These entertainers take their audiences on a magnificent two-hour musical adventure. An unbelievable 150 costume changes and 50 different musical productions which include, country, swing, nostalgia, gospel, film and Broadway musicals will amuse and delight the entire family! For a small charge add a four-course dinner feast just prior to the show. The Magnificent 7 cast has far too much talent to showcase in one show: thus the creation of the Showcase Jubilee. Every two weeks this incredible cast and crew create and perform an entirely new show that not only thrills the White House Theatre Audience but also the hundreds of thousands who watch the Showcase Jubilee every Saturday afternoon on the Fox Television Network. Magnificent 7, White House Theatre, 755 Gretna Road, Branson, phone 417-335-2396 or www.bransonwhitehousetheatre.com. - Top of Page

Mel Tillis, a country legend, and his band, The Statesiders, is pure country and pure entertainment. Mel Tillis will be in concert on only a few select dates. Mel performs many of his timeless hits in a dynamic production. From classic country to classical delights, Mel's unique comedy is present throughout the entire show. Don't miss this Classic Country Star. Mel Tillis, Tri-Lakes Centre, 2527 Highway 248, Branson, phone 417-336-0219 or www.trilakescenter.com. - Top of Page

Mickey Gilley gives his audience a two-hour show filled with his own unique brand of warm Southern charm. Guests are delighted to hear him perform some of his 39 Top Ten Country Hits (17 of them were #1) like "Room Full of Roses," “You Don’t Know Me," “That’s All That Matters,” “Talk to Me” and "Stand by Me." Gilley also includes songs from his most current CD including, “Dancing to the Beat of a Broken Heart,” “Sadly Ever After” and “All I’ve Got Against Him Is You.”Gilley's show is a roller coaster of music and laughs thanks to his outstanding Comic Joey Riley, award winning Urban Cowboy band and female Vocalists Kaci Bays and Katie Lynn. Mickey has a Christmas Show in November and December. Gilley’s Texas Café is next door to the theatre at 3457 W. Highway 76, and features southwestern food. Mickey Gilley, Mickey Gilley Theatre, 3455 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-334-1936 or 417-334-3210 or www.gilleys.com. -Top of Page

Mike Nichols is one of the finest vocalists you'll ever hear. His comedy characters will have you laughing and you will leave this show feeling so full and entertained, you won't need dinner. Mike Nichols and Friends, Moe Bandy Theatre, 2215 W. Highway 76 (across from Wal-mart), Branson, phone 417-334-6802. -Top of Page

Moe Bandy. Sit back, relax and let Moe, star of stage, screen, radio and rodeo, entertain with hits including “Bandy the Rodeo Clown,” "Americana," "Good Ole Boys," and "It's a Cheatin' Situation." Listen to the Americana Band as they perform a range of music from bluegrass to classical. Teresa, Moe’s beautiful and talented wife shares the spotlight with Moe on his show. Her powerful voice and their chemistry in song and life are evident on stage.
Comedian Mike Nichols is a real hillbilly who will make guests laugh until their sides ache. Moe Bandy presents his Christmas show in November and December. Moe Bandy, Moe Bandy Theatre, 2215 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 888-3BANDY4 or 417-334-5333 or www.moebandy.com. - Top of Page

Music Through the Years. Nova Theatre Live, 1840 W. Highway 76 (just west of Appleby's), Branson, phone 417-334-6806. -Top of Page

New's Country is traditional country, gospel, bluegrass and a touch of Cajun!! Leroy New, and the New's Country Band takes their audience on a musical journey ranging the full country spectrum! Branson's guitar wizard will not disappoint! New’s Country, Little Opry Theatre, Imax Entertainment Complex, 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Complex, phone 417-335-4832 or www.bransonimax.com. - Top of Page

Oak Ridge Boys. These “boys” have all been together since 1973! The voices of today’s Oak Ridge Boys, when joined together blend into the perfect harmony audiences hear in each of their songs, with the influence of Southern gospel. It has been said they are a gospel quartet, singing country music with a rock and roll attitude. Come and listen to the four-part harmonies of the world famous Oak Ridge Boys. With over 15 hits under their belts, these seasoned performers will entertain with songs such as "Elvira," "Bobbie Sue" and "Dream On" to name a few. Select dates only. Check out the schedule. Oak Ridge Boys, Grand Palace Theatre, 2700 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-884-4536 or 417-336-1220. - Top of Page

Ozark Jamboree. Nova Theatre Live, 1840 W. Highway 76 (just west of Appleby's), Branson, phone 417-334-6806. - Top of Page

Ozark Mountain Jubilee. When the sun goes down, the fun is just beginning on the Ozark Mountain Jubilee. Featuring Branson favorites, the Max Bacon Family, this show celebrates country classics of yesteryear combined with today’s hot, country hits! Audiences explode with laughter with the zany antics of Branson pianist and showman extraordinaire, Mike Patrick. Enjoy an evening with talented folks who love making the audience an extension of the family. Combining great music with wholesome comedy, this show is undeniably FUN!!!! Ozark Mountain Jubilee, Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-335-2484 or www.grandcountry.com. - Top of Page

Pam Tillis. Country Music superstar Pam Tillis can be seen at Welk Resort Theatre for a limited engagement. Pam will be joined by her Nashville touring band to perform her newest Branson production featuring her biggest hits plus plenty of "Tillis style" comedy. Pam also joins Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers for some special shows. Pam Tillis, Welk Resort Theater, 1984 State Highway 165, Branson, 417-337-7469 or www.sullivanshows.com. - Top of Page

Pierce Arrow is made up of four of Branson’s hottest performers. Their voices blend into a magical harmony that will keep toes tappin’ all night long. It is small wonder that the Pierce Arrow show is so popular, with the lowest base singer according to the Guinness book of world records, Dan Britton. Then add Denny Franks, Gary Korieba and Michael Chambliss for smooth harmonies, great country music, rock the house gospel and amazing patriotic melodies. Kim Boyce is also on the show and adds grace, charm and talent with her sweet and sassy voice. She is a former Miss Florida with 11 No. 1 contemporary gospel hits. Jarret Dougherty, voted Branson’s comedian of the year, adds his hilarious slapstick characters to round out a really great show. Pierce Arrow, Pierce Arrow Theater, 3069 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, Branson, phone 417-33-MUSIC or www.piercearrowtheater.com. - Top of Page

Platters. Take a walk down lover’s lane with the World Famous Platters. Listen and fall in love again to hit songs like, “The Great Pretender,” “Only You,” “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,” and over 30 chart topping ‘50’s and ‘60’s favorites. Marvel at the wonderful harmonies as the group revives the original 1950’s sound. Audiences relive the romance with some of the most famous love songs and dance in the aisles with favorite pop hits from these wonderful decades. World Famous Platters, Starlite Theatre, 3115 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-333-9333. - Top of Page

Presley's Country Jubilee. The Presley’s built the first theater on W. Highway 76 in Branson in 1967. Forty years later the Presley family continues to carry on the musical heritage and family tradition with all the country favorites, southern gospel, new country and hilarious comedy. Prior to building their theater, the Presley’s entertained in area caves to travelers on their way to Table Rock Lake! Before air conditioning, the caves provided a naturally cool theatre and were often packed for the Presley’s show. Currently there are 10 Presley family members in the show representing four generations and 12 other cast members. The family enjoys performing together on stage and says this group effort is what makes the show such a huge and long-running success. During the holidays, November and December, family comes in from out-of-town and joins them on stage. One member of the family owns Pine Mountain Jamboree in Eureka Springs (Arkansas). Presley’s Country Jubilee, Presley’s Theater, 2920 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-334-4874 or www.presleys.com. - Top of Page

Promise. The greatest story ever told comes to life in a poignant Broadway-style musical at the Mansion America Theatre.
This compassionate story of the Life of Jesus penetrates the mind and warms the spirits of audiences all around the world, in this Multi-million dollar production. The story you've heard your entire life is now live on stage with a message that never grows old!
The Promise depicts the Life of Christ from birth to resurrection to ascension with an all-new cast and crew of more than 50 people! The kids will love the live baby camel!
The Promise, Mansion America Theatre, 189 Expressway Lane (corner of Gretna Road and Hwy 248), Branson, phone 866-707-4100 or www.mansionamerica.com. - Top of Page

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Red, Hot and Blue is consistently awarded “Best AM Show,” “Best Costumes” and “Best Vocal and Dance Group” and highly acclaimed as the “hardest working cast” in Branson. Red, Hot and Blue takes their audience on a nostalgic musical journey through the decades from Ragtime to Rock-n-Roll. Eight professional Broadway caliber entertainers sing and dance their hearts out in this high-energy, beautifully costumed and choreographed production show.

The cast of Red, Hot and Blue has been invited to perform as guest entertainers worldwide with Holland-America Cruise Lines and Princess Cruise Lines and has performed several tours throughout the USA. This is a family show for ALL from babies to baby boomers and beyond. Red, Hot and Blue, Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-335-2484 or www.grandcountry.com - Top of Page

Red Skelton: A tribute By Tom Mullica. Tom Mullica magically transforms into the red-haired clown for this hysterical 90-minute performance. Join old friends like Clem Kadiddlehopper, Freddy the Freeloader, The Mean Widdle Kid, Gertrude & Heathcliff and a legion of other great Skelton characters for a nostalgic step back in time. Tom Mullica, a close friend of the late Red Skelton, expertly re-creates the comedy genius of America's most beloved clown and funnyman live on stage at Branson. From the hysterical classic Skelton pantomime skits to the silly rubber-faced expressions to the obscenity-free jokes, this show is 100% Red Skelton. Red Skelton: A Tribute By Tom Mullica, Music City Centre, 1835 West Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-336-1600 or www.skeltontribute.com. - Top of Page

The Road to Rock performed by Tusk. Travel the world of rock-n-roll beginning with Elvis, rolling through the British invasion, the era of Woodstock and today's rock. You'll see how and why rock has changed. The Road to Rock is filled with terrific vocals, brilliant musicianship and rock-n-roll fun. The Road to Rock, House of Rock Theatre, 310 Gretna Road, Branson, phone 417-334-9330. - Top of Page

Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum and Happy Trails Theatre. The intimate, 308-seat Happy Trails Theater creates a personal connection with Roy and Dale. Roy “Dusty” Rogers Jr. and The High Riders perform the music made famous by these icons of Western culture and traditional family values. The audience will hear “Cool Water,” “Tumbling Tumbleweeds,” “Blue Prairie,” “Sky Ball Paint” and many more classics.

Dusty shares memories of his famous parents and what it was like to grow up as the son of “The King of the Cowboys” and “The Queen of the West.” He even does a question and answer session during his show so guests can ask him what it was really like growing up with that famous Western duo. Dedicated to preserving the legacy of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans the museum showcases the memories and treasures of two lifetimes and all they loved.

See Trigger, Buttermilk, Bullet and even Pat Brady's Jeep, Nellybelle, along with family photos, costumes, saddles, memorabilia from the movies and TV, interactive displays with the voices of Roy and Dale and so much more. Roy Rogers, Jr. and the Highriders Show, Happy Trails Theater, 3950 Green Mountain Drive, Branson, phone 417-339-1900 or www.royrogers.com. - Top of Page

Shepherd of the Hills Drama. Harold Bell Wright's epic story of love, loss, power, hardship, and the true meaning of life is immortalized every night on a set the size of a football field. It takes more than 90 actors and actresses, 40 horses, a flock of sheep, several guns and rifles, an actual burning log cabin, bluegrass music, dancing at the hoe-down and a vintage 1908 DeWitt automobile to make the live action performance what it is-a legend.

Since the first season in 1959-60, the outdoor drama has entertained millions of Branson visitors. People who came to see the show as children come back to bring their own families. The cast members exhibit the loyalty and affection they have for the story itself. Several of them have been in the drama since its inception. The Shepherd of the Hills is not just another Ozarks show--it is the story of the Ozarks. The adventure begins with a pre-show at 8 p.m., followed by the performance at 8:30 p.m. During intermission, the entire audience is welcome to join the cast for a square dance hoedown.

Once guests take their seats, it is a thrill-ride of entertainment, and the audience is on the edge of their chairs by the end. Shepherd of the Hills, 5586 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-653-6288 or 417-334-4191 or www.theshepherdofthehills.com. - Top of Page

Shoji Tabuchi, master violinist, puts on a spectacular full-scale musical production with everything from Cajun to chamber music to Japanese drums. Shoji, Dorothy, and Christina Tabuchi along with a 16-piece band, energetic dancers, singers and state-of-the-art technology are showcased in a theater that is a phenomenon in itself. (Dorothy and Christina appear only on selected dates.) Shoji’s show encompasses all the wholesome values of truly great family entertainment. Yet the show rivals the pure excitement of Las Vegas or New York.

His schedule includes a Christmas show in November and December. With his sense of musical perfection, Shoji searched long and hard for the right professional musicians to form his band. It is with great pride and affection that he introduces each and every member. The superb dancers are Dorothy's domain. Working with a renowned choreographer, and long hours of rehearsals, she has brought the dance company to a state of perfection that rivals any dance company in the world. Since the days of the Old Testament, song has been an expression of joy, uplifting the spirit. The company's extraordinary vocalists exemplify that joy with lovely ballads, songs of the 50's and 60's, gospel-all to the toe-tapping delight of the audience.

All is showcased in a theatre that is a phenomenon in itself...often called the "Showplace of Branson." Its decor is reminiscent of the grand theatre palaces of the 1930's. Even the restrooms continue to WOW visitors. The Shoji Tabuchi show, Shoji Tabuchi Theatre, 3260 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, Branson, phone 417-334-7469 or www.shoji.com. - Top of Page

Showboat Branson Belle is a 2-hour cruise featuring a fabulous 3-course feast and entertainment. The 700-seat Showboat Branson Belle, presents Showstoppers, a Branson dinner show featuring most memorable musical performances. A talented cast of dancers and singers, with award-winning musical hits from Broadway to the big screen, from the 'Lion King" to 'Old Time Rock 'N' Roll." The Showstoppers cast performs the top showstopping hits of all time on the new stage with moving screens, projections and special effects. All Showstoppers shows feature a Showboat Branson Belle Quartet and emcee, and an adagio dance team presenting a unique blend of acrobatics and dance, all accompanied by a live band.
Nationally acclaimed comedian Todd Oliver and his three talking canines-Lucy, Irving and Elvis are a part of the evening cruise entertainment.
Showboat Branson Belle, 4800 Hwy 165, Branson, Missouri 65616 , Phone 800-775-BOAT or silverdollarcity.com. - Top of Page

Showcase Jubilee is the only musical production in Branson that changes twice a month 12 months a year. Designed to be filmed for television, the Showcase Jubilee is a fast paced musical variety show that combines the vocal and musical talents of the Magnificent 7 cast with guest artists, costuming and choreography for a must see show! Every two weeks this incredible cast and crew create and perform an entirely new show that not only thrills the White House Theatre Audience but also the hundreds of thousands who watch the Showcase Jubilee every Saturday afternoon on the Fox Television Network. Magnificent 7, White House Theatre, 755 Gretna Road, Branson, phone 417-335-2396 or www.bransonwhitehousetheatre.com. - Top of Page

Smoke on the Mountain is a magnificent blend of story and song. Audiences journey back to a simpler time, 1938, and become the congregation of Mount Pleasant Church. The congregation has been invited to their first ever Saturday Night Sing. Pastor Oglethorpe is determined to move his flock into the "modern world," by inviting the Singing Sanders Family to join him. Guests will be thrilled to hear the Sanders family renditions of some of the best old gospel tunes ever written, like "Church in the Wildwood" and "I'll Fly Away."

In Smoke on the Mountain the musical talent is surpassed only by the sidesplitting hilarity of these characters. Audiences will have their hearts touched by the moving moments and lots of laughter. Smoke on the Mountain, Little Opry Theatre, Imaz Entertainment Complex, 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, phone 417-335-4832 or www.bransonimax.com. - Top of Page

Sons of the Pioneers Chuckwagon Show. Named “National treasures” by the Smithsonian Institute, visitors love this fun, relaxed show. The Pioneers, famous for their beautiful harmonies and hits like “Cool Water" and "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" are joined on stage by well-loved comedian Hargus Marcell. The chuck wagon dinner is served during the performance. Menu includes: barbecue beef, roast chicken, red beans, cole slaw, baked apples, hot roasted ear of corn right off the grill, cornbread, campfire cobbler, and a beverage.

Sons of the Pioneers Chuckwagon Show, Pavilion Theatre, at the Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Theatre, , 5586 W. Highway 76 phone 800-653-6288 or 417-334-4191 or www.theshepherdofthehills.com. - Top of Page

Spirit of the Dance. The International smash hit, “Spirit of the Dance” is one of the most successful shows ever to come out of Ireland. Winner of nine Global Awards, including “Best Choreography” and “Best International Production,” this foot stomping spectacular has up to ten separate dance troupes touring the world. This lavish, heart-pounding production takes its audience on a journey through the world of dance.

A combination of powerful, traditional Irish dance with an electrifying blend of dramatic Flamenco, Salsa and Jazz, creates a thrilling show that is breath taking. Irish in origin and bursting with raw energy, this explosive and powerful show combines show stopping Irish Dance with the passionate Latino rhythms of Tango, Flamenco and Red-Hot Salsa in a thrilling production of strength and passion. The world champion dancers of the Irish International Dance Company sound like a runaway express train and their frenzied skill and military precision sends shivers down your spine. Not one Irish dance shoe steps out of line as their thunderous feet perform as one, with an excitement that leaves the audiences screaming for more.

This award winning spectacular has brilliant lighting, dazzling costumes and breathtaking choreography. With thunderous applause and standing ovations, Spirit of the Dance is one of the greatest dance shows ever. Spirit of the Dance, The Branson Variety Theater, 2701 West Hwy 76, Branson, phone 888-GO BRANSON, or 417-334-2500 or www.bransonvarietytheater.com. - Top of Page

Sunday Gospel Jubilee. It’s just not Sunday without the sweet harmonies and hand clapping excitement of some good old Southern Gospel music! When Max Bacon and his talented family, take the stage to perform their fans toe-tapping gospel favorites, from “I’ll Fly Away” to “Turn Your Radio On,” it’s sure to be a good time. Branson legend, Randy Plummer, also joins this wonderful family in bringing inspirational music to life.

For more than 15 years this show combines wonderful music with good clean laughter and family fun! Before the curtain closes, audiences are singing along with this wonderful cast as they lift spirits through song. Sunday Gospel Jubilee, Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-335-2484 or www.grandcountry.com. - Top of Page

Take the Twain Ride features the runaway humor of Mark Twain with your engineer Sam Clements aka Dave Ehlert. Delight in a visit with America's most famous humorist and a nostalgic display of the artwork of America's most beloved illustrator, Norman Rockwell. Mark Twain leaves audiences laughing at his humorous tales of life on the Mississippi and his thought provoking insight to human nature that leaves guests with a new view on everyday life. Continental breakfast served before the show. Take the Twain Ride, Owen's Theatre, Historic Downtown Branson, phone 800-358-4795 or 417-336-2112 or www.bransonsuperstars.com. - Top of Page

Tall Timber Lumberjack Dinner Show is no song, no dance, just a great lumberjack show. The audience sits in a covered open-air pavilion surrounded by an Ozark Mountain forest. Table Rock Lake stretches out in front of them and the fresh mountain air and sweet smells of the forest (and dinner!) are truly inspiring. A hearty, lumberjack-style dinner is served during the show. Served on tin plates by flannel-shirted servers wielding pots of food, guests savor such treats as Tall Timber Tender Rib Eye Steak or Mesquite Chicken Breast grilled to perfection, along with all the fixings. Visitors find this meal substantial and satisfying.

The show features world-class Lumberjacks competing in events fashioned after actual logging skills used by timber jacks throughout history. There are two camps that compete against each other to the delight and cheers of the audience. The camp cook, in addition to cooking the meal, serves as host for the show. Events include chopping, sawing, ax throwing, pole climbing and the always favorite log rolling, as well as audience participation competitions, with the winning team claiming the title “Bull of the Woods”.

Visitors to Branson looking for something different and exciting should check out this show! The 90-minute, action packed show will surely amuse, entertain and amaze the entire family. They’ll come away with an appreciation of the history of logging when lumberjacks literally put their lives on the line to build our nation. Tall Timber Lumberjack Show, 681 Lonesome Trail, Branson, phone 866-338-2957 or 417-338-2957, FAX 417-338-5369 or www.talltimbershows.com. - Top of Page

Tonight's the Night. Rod Steward Tribute. Nova Theatre Live, 1840 W. Highway 76 (just west of Appleby's), Branson, phone 417-334-6806.  - Top of Page

Tops and Temps at Nova Theatre Live, 1840 W. Highway 76 (just west of Appleby's), Branson, phone 417-334-6806. -Top of Page

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Viva La Divas. Four divas and a diva with a difference vie for the spotlight. Outstanding music and hilarious comedy featuring long-time Branson entertainer Janice Copeland with Dee Dee Hamilton, Michele Sevryn, Cindi Barr and "Harley Worthit." Branson's only female quartet. Definitely different and delightfully diva! Viva La Divas, Branson Showcase Theater, Branson Mall, 2206 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 417-339-1960. - Top of Page

Waltzing Waters Theatre. Teenagers cheer and toddlers are spellbound. Skeptics say, “It can’t be water.” Lovers relax and dream. Some folks sing along. And grown men have been known to cry, but no one forgets a visit to Waltzing Waters Theatre. Watch hourly exhibitions of world famous liquid fireworks.

There are 40,000 gallons of non-stop live water action, three stories tall and twice as wide, timed to the world’s most magnificent musical scores. “Fountains of Fire Christmas Spectacular” is shown in November and December. Waltzing Waters Theatre, 3617 W. Highway 76, Branson, phone 800-276-7284 or 417-334-4144. - Top of Page

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Yeary's Music Show. Sheila Renee and Denny Yeary host this music show that includes all the necessary elements of a great show. There are lights, and the fantastic production of a family variety show. Guests will enjoy their country and pop music, great classics, comedy, quartets, duets, and great gospel with Bass Vocalist of the Year Nominee Denny Yeary. The Yeary's Music Show, 455 Plaza Drive, Branson, phone 877-655-0347.or www.theyearys.com. - Top of Page

Yakov Smirnoff delivers explosive laughter in a show filled with brilliant special effects, dazzling dancing, heartfelt moments and just plain fun. Yakov’s entire show is packed with comedic tall tales and witty perceptions, funny facts and huge laughs.

From the surprise pre-show excitement with comic juggler Slim Chance to the swirling action of the What A Country Dancers to the spectacular closing event, Yakov’s show keeps guests in side splitting laughter and patriotic wonder.

As he embraces his visitors with welcoming smiles Yakov combines his refreshing humor with emotional motivation for everyone. Yakov’s schedule includes a Christmas show in November and December. At his own 1,400-seat theater, operated personally by Yakov, the entire show and venue reflects this inspirational comedian's unique insights into life, family and these United States.

In addition to his comedy, Yakov is also an accomplished artist. While he holds a degree from a prestigious Russian institute and has taught the subject professionally, Yakov (whose work can be seen throughout the theater) uses his paintbrush now as a means of furthering his philosophy. Yakov Smirnoff, Yakov Smirnoff Theater, 470 State Highway 248, Branson, phone 800-WHAT A COUNTRY or 417-332-1234 or www.yakov.com. - Top of Page

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