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Experience break-through entertainment beyond your imagination. Ayo starring Voices of Glory debuts at the Hughes Brothers Theater. While Voices of Glory (Michael, Avery, and Nadia Cole) were in the top five in their America's Got Talent season; today in Ayo, they're in a league of their own.
Ayo (Yoruba for Joy) delivers an epic adventure in sound, light, dance, and joyful emotion, featuring everything from pop to jazz to gospel to soul.
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Buck Trent is a two-time CMA instrumentalist of the year, internationally renowned five-string banjo picker, inventor of the electric banjo and a humorist. During every show, Buck performs on five instruments while keeping his visitors laughing with his down-home humor and mischievous take on life.
From the sensational fiddlin' of Bruce Hoffman to the country dobro of Dean Holman and the yakety-sax of Jonathan Black to the country sounds of Kenny Parrott and female vocalist Katie Lynn, it's always toe-tapping fun.
As the beat goes on with Drummer Rob Blackwood and Bassist Randy McConnell, powerful pickin' is displayed on mandolins, steel guitars, fiddles and banjos.
Performances are at 10 a.m. at the Baldknobbers Theatre.
Tickets: $30; ages 13-17, $13; younger than 13, free. A family pass is available at the box office.
You'll be dancing in the aisles to all your favorites from the groovy 70s. This tribute to the hits of ABBA includes other 70s favorites, such as "YMCA," "In the Navy," "Respect," "Mustang Sally," and many more.
Straight from Las Vegas, this glittering production is proud to call King's Castle Theater home.
The Hughes Brothers and their families transport you to a Christmas wonderland filled with some of the season's best vocal harmonies, exciting dances, inspiring instrumentals and the light-hearted warm humor and charm that everyone love about the Hughes Brothers.
Along with all of the festive surprises and treasured family traditions, see Santa in a new light when he explains the symbols of Christmas in one of the most moving Christmas presentations you'll ever witness; it is a triumph of everything you want to feel at Christmas time.
Presented November and December, at the Hughes Brothers Theatre. Add a meal with your show. Shows are at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., plus 10 a.m. on special selected dates. Visit our website for details, full schedules and tickets.
Moe Bandy is one of America's all-time leading classic country music recording artists and performers. Moe's long string of hits includes: “Americana,” “Bandy The Rodeo Clown,” “'Till I'm Too Old To Die Young,” “I Just Started Hatin' Cheatin' Songs Today,” “Hank Williams You Wrote My Life,” “Just Good Ol' Boys.”
Moe's credits include: 10 number-one hits; 40 top ten hits; 66 chart hits; five gold albums; CMA song of the year; vocalist of the year; video of the year; ACM duet of the year; and multiple performances for the President.
New Jersey Nights has been jetting around the globe and selling out theaters in Reno, England, Monaco, Myrtle Beach and Niagara Falls just to name a few; now Branson is added to that list. Presented at The King's Castle Theatre.
Take this nostalgic trip down memory lane to celebrate the hit songs of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons. Their fascinating story unfolds in a production-style journey through history. The songs of this amazing group are the stars of the show. Audiences everywhere simply love the music and sing along to the hits they know so well.
This show delivers first class musical arrangements, perfect harmonies, authentic costumes and custom sets. Combine that with greatest hits of The Four Seasons, including: Sherry; Rag Doll; My Eyes Adored You; Can’t Take My Eyes Off You; Big Girls Don’t Cry; Walk Like A Man; Oh What a Night; and other favorites You are guaranteed a show you will never forget.
Arkansas native Paul Harris has made quite a name for himself on the mid-South comedy circuit, cutting his comedy teeth on Branson stages and even headlining his own show for several years. Paul Harris performed at and co-hosted the 2010 and 2011 CMA Music Festival.
Harris also tours with his music group the Cleverlys. The Cleverlys are a YouTube sensation that has garnered a lot of international attention. Whether Harris is doing his popular stand-up routines or on stage with the Cleverlys, he delivers a show that audiences keep coming to see time and time again.
You can enjoy a three-course meal prior to Paul's show; the meal features tossed greens house salad with ranch dressing; a six-ounce battered country fried steak (or a grilled portabella for vegetarians), mashed potatoes with gravy, marinated green beans, roll with butter; and for dessert homemade bread pudding. Lunch is served at 12:30 p.m. prior to the 2 p.m. show, while dinner is served at 6 p.m. prior to the 7:30 p.m. show.
Presented at the White House Theatre; box office hours may vary by season.
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