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it...little word...big show. it - where 50 amazing singers, dancers, and musicians combine their astonishing scope of talents to create Branson's ultimate entertainment experience. From Broadway to country to comedy to patriotic to gospel to rock-n-roll, it is everything you want to see in a Branson show–and more.
From the energy and emotion of huge production number with brilliant lighting and sound to the warmth and charm of the on-stage talent, this is the show with it. The stars of it, including the Hughes Brothers and their families, create a sensational show for everyone, especially the show connoisseur looking for top-of-the-line entertainment with an emotional connection.
Presented January thru October at the Hughes Brothers Theatre.
Tickets: $39; ages 12-17, $15; ages 6-11, $9. VIP seating available in rows 1-6. Add a sit-down, table top dinner with your show.
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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.
This comedy and musical extravaganza features funny guys, country music, and a cast of singers and dancers.
From hilarious, clean comedy to floor-pounding clogging and dancing to today's country hits, this show is a hot ticket.
For an amazing afternoon of fun, the Comedy Jamboree is the place. You will laugh until it hurts.
Presented at Grand Country Music Hall. Showtime is at 3 p.m.
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.
Audiences fall in love with the tight harmonies and dynamic performance of the quartet, New South. Mark, Jason, Jason & Trey sing today’s country hits as well as quartet classics from the Oak Ridge Boys to the Eagles. From Country and hand-clapping Gospel, to decades of Rock & Roll favorites, the Grand Jubilee surpasses expectations of any age.
Comedy is abundant. Emcee Jamie Haage (as Jim Dandy) and Mike Patrick keep you absolutely doubled over in laughter. Along with power vocals from Jackie Brown, this show is a bomb with the fuse lit.
Having won “Branson’s Best Variety Show,” “Quartet of the Year,” “Band of the Year,” “Comedian of the Year,” “Emcee of the Year,” “Fiddle Player of the Year,” “Bass Guitar Player of the Year,” “Lead Guitar Player of the Year,” “Drummer of the Year,” and “Steel Guitar Player of the Year,” it’s not hard to see why Grand Jubilee is the one show that stays with you long after your vacation is over.
Showtime: Mon.-Sat., 7:30 p.m.
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.
Called One of America's Best Magic Shows by the Travel Channel (May 2010). The Kirby VanBurch Show is a thrill-a-second production full of up close and personal magic and astonishing disappearing acts. See assistants cut in half; mind-boggling magic; jaw-dropping levitation; fun sword play; and other feats.
Kirby's warm rapport with the audience, along with his up-close-and-personal sleight of hand, makes this show fun for all ages. New illusions are added regularly. Kirby's show features the princess of magic, Bambi VanBurch, adding some extra pixie dust of her own.
Shows are Tuesday through Sunday, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.; plus 10:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The evening show tickets include appetizers.
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.
New South sings all your gospel favorites. This two-hour Southern Gospel extravaganza takes you from the early roots of southern gospel to hand-clapping gospel hits of today. From the Jordanaires to Bill Gaither, this show leaves you walking a little higher.
In addition to New South, Mr. Piano, Tracy Heaston, amazes you with his signature flair on the piano. Jackie Brown and Jim Dandy are featured on gospel classics. The award-winning Grand Band puts the icing on this incredible gospel showcase.
New South Gospel is performed every Thursday at 3 p.m., February through December, at Grand Country Music Hall.
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.
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. The Ozark Mountain Jubilee is performed every Sunday evening at 7 p.m., February through December, at Grand Country Music Hall.
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.
Branson's original show on the strip. Four generations of entertainment, combining the best of new and classic country; soulful, southern gospel; and hilarious comedy. The Presley family is proud of be recognized as Branson's First Family of Entertainment.
This is the original family Paul Harvey credits as “the founders of Branson's entertainment phenomenon.” The Los Angeles Times calls Presleys' “a stomp your feet mix of music and comedy.” The show Branson show Regis Philbin says: "You've got to see." This is the kind of timeless American entertainment you can share with the family.
Performing March-December. Tickets: $30-$35. Family passes available.
Shoji Tabuchi, his wife Dorothy and daughter Christina are dedicated to excellence in family entertainment. The production consists of Shoji's world-renowned fiddle mastery and showmanship; electrifying production numbers created and produced by Dorothy; and Christina's show-stopping dancing and vocals. This is a state-of-the-art variety production, rivaling the excitement of Las Vegas and New York.
The show is comprised of music and dance in a variety of styles, including: country; gospel; Cajun; big band; show tunes; fifties; and classical.
Tickets: $37 (Christmas season, $44); teens, $20; younger than 12, $10.
Having appeared on worldwide television and in more than 3500 unforgettable live performances around the globe, The Bretts deliver high energy, high-caliber professional entertainment to audiences of all ages. Known as one of Branson's "absolutely must see" shows, The Bretts consistently make their daytime performance the place to be on the Strip.
As singers, songwriters, dancers and musicians, each of the Brett family members has the talent to deliver a full-length solo performance, but together The Bretts are captivating, exploding onto the stage with a moving display of music, dance, lights and artistry that has inspired audiences across the world for years.
The Bretts are now celebrating their 15th season in Branson, MO with an all-new production called The Bretts CELEBRATE Show at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater. Visit www.thebrettsshow.com.
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