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This venue has 5,800-reserved seats in addition to 3,000 general admission seats. Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater features nationally known entertainers who would not usually be found in the Branson area.
With its unique setting and state-of-the-art sound and lights, Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater is an one-of-a-kind outdoor concert and show venue. We offer an option to purchase tickets online with no convenience surcharge; V.I.P. members select their own seats, and have exclusive use of the V.I.P. Pavilion (full private bar and restrooms). Visit our website for schedules and venue details. Open May-October. Ticket outlets Branson Tourism Center and Rapid Robert's.
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Branson Variety Theater is the home of five award-winning productions: "Hooray for Hollywood," "Christmas in Hollywood," "The Twelve Irish Tenors," "Shake Rattle & Roll," and new for 2012 "The Official Tribute to the Four Seasons and the Beach Boys."
Catch the best in local and national bands nightly. No cover. Cajun/Creole-style delicacies and seafood, including fried alligator.
Three blocks from Busch Stadium.
A blues cafe and bar, with local musicians providing live music seven nights a week, plus Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Hammerstone's is well known for live music, great food, and a beautiful patio; all of this in a building dating to 1884.
Hammerstone's participates in the many special events throughout the year, especially Mardi Gras. Check their website for details, schedules and menus. Hours may vary during special events.
THIS ATTRACTION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED BECAUSE OF DAMAGE CAUSED BY A WINTER STORM IN FEBRUARY 2013. Please visit their website for updates.
Hazel Kinder's Lighthouse Theater is Mid-Missouri's home for family-friendly music concerts and entertainment; we offer a taste of Branson in Mid-Missouri. We are located eight minutes east of Columbia at the Millersburg exit: I-70, at exit 137.
Each Saturday features a new show. You'll find nationally touring artists such as: "Hee Haw" star LuLu Roman; local artists, including Bill Atterberry (aka Goofer), Hazel Kinder and the Beacon Band; and award-winning bluegrass bands. We host many special events, including talent showcases.
This 10,000-square-foot theater has 500 seats, great acoustics, and state-of-the-art sound, light and video systems. We have a full snack bar serving barbecue brisket and hot dog plates. Have your meal in our dining area during the show. Groups are welcome. Shows are 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, April-December.
Homan Hall hosts local music and cultural events throughout the year. The hall is available for private events. Located downtown.
This state-of-the-art arena features 5,800 fixed seats, 25 suites, and 2,200 parking spaces.
The events center hosts a variety of events, including concerts and sporting events. It is home to the Missouri Mavericks of the Central Hockey League, and the Missouri Comets of the Major Indoor Soccer League. There is a year-round second sheet of ice called the Centerpoint Community Ice.
The facility is located 25 minutes from downtown Kansas City, off of I-70, Route 40 and Route 291. Find a schedule of events on the center’s website, and Ticketmaster.com.
Great music in a great room. Enjoy the best of jazz–the living legends as well as the rising stars–in an intimate, comfortable listening room, with reserved seating at tables that boast thrilling sound and outstanding sight lines. Dinner and snacks are available.
Open September-July. Located in the Grand Center arts district since 1995. A production of Jazz St. Louis, a not-for-profit organization.
The Kansas City Symphony's 80-member orchestra performs more than 50 concerts, in three series (Classical, Family, and Pops) during its 42-week season, September through June.
In addition, the Symphony performs non-series concerts such as educational programs, free outdoor concerts on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, outreach performances, and serves as the orchestra for the Lyric Opera and Kansas City Ballet.
All performances are presented in Helzberg Hall, at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts (see separate listing).
NOTE: the address shown is for the Kauffman Center.
A throwback to the greats in the historic jazz district, featuring live music, open-mic, poetry and karaoke.
The menu includes such favorites as hot wings, steamed crawfish, fried catfish and butterfly shrimp.
We are a honky-tonk blues roadhouse; the kind you would find in Key West and south Texas. We have a cool, down-home feel with a very relaxed atmosphere. Unwind while sitting inside our funky century old building; sit outside on our large courtyard with a real caboose & large stage; try our famous tacos and other menu items.
Open jam sessions, Saturday and Sunday. See our website or call for schedules, events, tickets and information.
Note: Hours may vary for special events.
We offer, among other activities: mini-golf; mini-bowling; bumper cars; go-karts; arcade games; a kid bounce area; a snack bar serving nachos, pizza and other items; and a weekend pizza buffet.
Birthday party and group packages are available.Read more
Lyric Opera of Kansas City is one of the nation’s top regional opera companies. Each season consists of four operas performed; two in the fall and two in the spring. The 2012-2013 season marks the company's 55th season. The Company performs all operas in the original language, with English subtitles.
Repertoire choices encompass original language performances of standard repertory as well as contemporary and American operas. The Company seeks to mount productions that enrich the community it serves, as well as reflect the highest artistic standards of the profession.
The Lyric Opera stages high-quality, live operatic performances in the state-of-the-art Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, located at 1601 Broadway.
For its 55th season, the Lyric presents:Puccini's Madama Butterfly; Verdi's Il Trovatore; Wagner's The Flying Dutchman; and Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado.
The Missouri State Fairgrounds are known for hosting the Missouri State Fair, but the site hosts many events year-round, everything from car shows and auto races to livestock shows and private events. Visit the website for more information and for a list of events.
Our venue features family entertainment; our show schedule is available on our website. Concessions are available during performances. The concert hall is located 10 miles south of Farmington on Route 67; turn right on Canterberry Road.
Ozark Mountain Jamboree has been entertaining people in the Ozarks for 28 years with great bluegrass, country and gospel music. It is located on the grounds of Ozarks Mountain Springs RV Park & Cabins, off Route 60 between the towns of Mountain View & Willow Springs, Missouri.
We have live music every Friday Night all year long and some special Saturday night events during camping season. Our house band plays from 7pm till 8:30 then we have open mike session where everyone is welcome to participate so bring your instruments or talents and enjoy a night of Great Music with us!!!
RFD-TV The Theatre opened in March 2007 to provide a base to showcase its popular lineup of family-oriented entertainment shows and acts seen each week on RFD-TV. Located in the heart of Branson’s theatre entertainment district at the intersection of West Route 76 and Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, RFD-TV The Theatre is a venue producing new television entertainment featuring weekly headlining act, Brulé, and special guests throughout the year including Marty Stuart, Country’s Family Reunion, Midwest Country, and The Jimmy Sturr Orchestra among others.
A venue where folks gather to hear live music and enjoy cultural activities related to the arts. Located along the Missouri River riverfront, in the Downtown Arts District; at the corner of Olive and Main streets. Check our website for details and schedules. The Riverfront Cultural Society is a not-for-profit organization.
Live jazz and jam sessions from our house band and up-and-coming jazz artists. We have a full service bar.
NOTE: We do not have a kitchen; customer's may order and bring in food from surrounding restaurants.
This establishment is available for private events.
Designed by 1904 World’s Fair architect Louis Spiering, The Sheldon opened its doors in 1912 as the home of the Ethical Society. It has evolved into one of the top concert halls in St. Louis.
The acoustically perfect Sheldon Concert Hall has hosted some of the world’s top musicians. This tradition of great music continues with top jazz, folk, classical, blues and world musicians.
From concerts and live shows to amateur, college and professional sporting events, the Sprint Center hosts a multitude of events throughout the year. In 2010, Pollstar Magazine recognized the Sprint Center as America's second-busiest arena and the seventh-busiest arena in the world. The Sprint Center has seating for more than 18,000 fans.
The venue is home to the College Basketball Experience, an interactive attraction where guests learn about the history of basketball, get hands-on by shooting hoops and grabbing rebounds, and watch great moments while providing analysis from the announcer's booth. (See separate listing.)
Sprint Center Box Office is located near the intersection of 14th Street and Grand Boulevard. It remains open for 30 minutes after the start of an event.
This one-of-a-kind outdoor theatre opened in 1951. Enjoy one of our live Broadway-style plays and musicals, concerts, and other live performances. Make it an entire evening under the stars; start with dinner on-site, enjoy pre-show entertainment, and join a free backstage tour before the show.
Purchase tickets online; walk-up purchases are welcome if seating is available. Discounts for groups of 15 or more. Prices vary with productiuon and seat choices.
Visit our website for details, a full schedule and tickets.
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