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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: $32; 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.
Visit our website for details, schedules and tickets.
Top Finalists on NBC's "America's Got Talent" and national hit touring show, 3 Redneck Tenors enters its third year in Branson at the Americana Theatre. Written and directed by opera-veteran Matthew Lord with music arranged by award-winning composer Craig Bohmler, 3 Redneck Tenors features a cast of veteran Broadway and opera stars including Matthew Lord, Blake Davidson, Alex Bumpas and Dinny McGuire.
During the show, audiences join Billy Bob, Billy Joe, and Billy Billee as they mix NASCAR with Beethoven, Elvis with Puccini and even kick up a little trailer park dust with Ave Maria Dixie. Audiences travel with our three singing cousins from their modest beginnings in Paris, Texas, all the way to their triumphant concert performance in the second act. It’s down home laughs with big city music and great entertainment for the entire family.
In November and December, the show changes to their special holiday performance, 3 Redneck Tenors Christmas SPEC-TAC-YULE-AR! The award-winning holiday show is completely different and features all holiday tunes including classics like "Sleigh Ride," "White Christmas," "I’ll Be Home for Christmas," "Santa Baby," "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," "Blue Christmas," "O Holy Night," "Winter Wonderland," "Jingle Bells," and "Silent Night." Audiences also enjoy holiday spoofs such as "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer," and "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus," and a few other great musical surprises.
Join TV’s iconic star Greg from the Brady Bunch in a family friendly full-cast variety show with nonstop 70s hits, comedy and the Totally Awesome Band.
Relive the 70s through music and Barry's personal experiences as he takes you on a nostalgic trip through the grooviest decade.
Presented March through December at the Hughes Brothers Theatre with performances Tuesday and Saturday at 3 p.m..
One of Branson's most unique shows. Vocal impressionist Cody Dooley has been performing in Branson for more than 11 years. Cody sings some of the biggest hits in country music, recreating the voices of such artists as Johnny Cash, George Jones, Conway Twitty, Marty Robbins, and other performers. This show helps you remember the "good ole days," when country music was just that—country.
Accompanied by 36,000 gallons of dancing water and lights, choreographed to the timeless hits you remember, the liquid fireworks bring this show to life like no other. The 45-minute shows includes a 10-minute behind the scenes look at how the fountains work. Presented at Waltzing Waters Theater.
Show times: Mon.-Wed., 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 3 p.m.
Experience the romance and magic of Neil Diamond’s music. Diamond look-and-sound-alike Keith Allynn unveils the story of Neil Diamond’s life through his songs from the 1960s through today, while weaving in his own incredible love story and unexpected career change from a top 10 Elvis tribute artist to Neil Diamond, all for the love of a woman. Come and see the story unfold live, along with the story of Neil Diamond’s life, his struggles and triumphs, while enjoying hits such as “Sweet Caroline,” “Song Sung Blue,” “Hello Again,” “Brother Love,” “America” and many more. Shows are Tues.-Fri., at 10:30 a.m.; there is a 10 a.m. pre-show. Presented at the Jim Stafford Theatre. Tickets: $34; ages 6-12, $10; ages 5 and younger, free. The box office hotline is available 24 hours per day, by call or text message, at 417-464-8497.
Relive the magic of Patsy Cline's forgotten, yet fabulous songs from yesteryear in this musical tribute, starring Tracy Lynn DeMille.
This is Tracy's 15th season performing in Branson. She has appeared on international television and received nominations for Female Vocalist, Tribute Artist, and Entertainer of the Year in Branson. This production is among the most unique and inspiring one-woman performances. Tracy's personal testimony is sure to warm your heart.
At the Branson Hot Hits Theatre in Historic Downtown Branson, June 5-Dec. 28. Show times: Tuesday-Friday, 5 p.m.
Performance schedule is subject to change without notice.
More than 40 acrobats showcase classic Chinese dance and physical-performance arts. Exotic backdrops, state-of-the-art lighting, and a fast-pace highlight this show.
The revolving line-up of unique acts includes, among other features: the playful lion dance; the dancing dragon; aerial fish ballet; butterfly lovers; pole climbers; diabolo (Chinese Yo-Yo); jar juggling; hoop-diving; daring trapeze; human strength and beauty; and spinning plates.
Presented at the New Shanghai Theatre; 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Tickets: $32; ages 13-17, $16; ages 6-12, $10. VIP seating rows 1-8 is also available.
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.
Visit the website for details, schedules and tickets.
The Branson family entertainment phenomenon began in 1959, when the four Mabe brothers, known as the Baldknobbers, began entertaining visitors on the Branson lakefront. Today, the family legacy continues to wow audiences by delivering everything from traditional country to today’s No. 1 hits, plus lots of side-splitting comedy.
The second and third generations of the Mabe family carry on the family tradition of performing an all new show each year. Longtime fans and new fans alike appreciate the Baldknobbers family traditions that have made this show popular from generation to generation.
Presented select days, March thru December. Tickets, $45. Past and active U.S. military (with ID or proof of service), free.
This late-night show is co-hosted by Grand Country nuts Jamie Haage (as Jim Dandy) and Mike Patrick. The show features special guest stars from the Branson entertainment industry, including celebrities such as Mickey Gilley and Roy Clark, along with the up-and-coming stars of tomorrow.
Audiences enjoy the voice of Jackie Brown, and the power harmonies of New South; both are regulars on the show.
Branson Country USA is performed at 10:30 p.m. every Friday night, year-round, at Grand Country Music Hall.
For more than a decade, Brule has been blending American Indian sounds and rhythms to create a spectacular performance. The theatre is alive with soul-filling songs, accompanied by choreographed American Indian dance.
The two-hour show offers a truly one-of-a-kind experience in sight, sound and soul; the music is moving; the traditionally-clad dancers are mesmerizing.
Performed at RFD-TV the Theatre.
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 and keeps 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 to the yakety-sax of Jonathan Black to the country sounds of Kenny Parrott and female vocalist Katie Lynn, it's 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 RFD-TV Theatre.
Tickets: $30; ages 13-17, $13; younger than 13, free. A family pass is available at the box office.
Buckets N Boards Comedy Percussion Show is a truly unique experience. Matt Levingston and Gareth Sever have handcrafted a hilarious and high-energy show chock-full of precise percussion, ridiculous songs, spectacular tap dancing and inventive instrumentation. Their show is entertaining for the entire family. The unexpected comedy and upbeat personalities will leave you laughing for the rest of your vacation.
Live music featuring Cassandre's world-class voice backed by some of Branson's best singers, dancers and instrumentalists. Enjoy comedy featuring Cassandre's lovable, singing and dancing Aunt Erma.
Hear hits from the 1940s through 1980s, from a variety of genres: country, pop, broadway, and gospel. Cassandra has been named Branson's female entertainer of the year three times and her 10-piece live orchestra has been voted the best band in Branson three times.
The cast also features additional soloists and dancers, dazzling costume changes and a high-energy production. Presented at The Americana Theatre.
November and December feature Cassandre's Christmas Spectacular.
Come Celebrate the 52nd Anniversary of “The Twist” with music icon Chubby Checker! Today, Chubby's repertoire includes decades of high-energy, unforgettable songs and dance hits from his landmark, 1960s-era "The Twist" to his Rock 'n Roll showstoppers of the 1980s and 1990s to his more recent works.
His latest recording, "Knock Down the Walls," brings the musical journey right up to today. Chubby not only performs but demonstrates the famed "Twist" as well as "The Pony," "The Fly," and "The Hucklebuck," the foundations for all modern Rock 'n Roll dance styles.
Saddle up for a fun cowboy meal and show full of comedy and music the family will enjoy. Doors open at 4:15 p.m. with free popcorn and cowboy movies on big screens.
At 5 p.m., we deputize the youngsters and bring a desperate muffin bandit to justice. The performers bring the food right to your table. Supper is followed by our cowboy music and comedy stage show.
The meal includes baked chicken a-la-range, wedged rodeo spuds, secret-recipe baked beans, fresh cornbread muffins and all the fixins. Little wranglers get-a-long little corn-doggie as their meal. Call early for tickets.
Clay Cooper’s Country Music Express is more than just country music. Clay and his expansive cast of veteran entertainers light up the stage with singin’, dancin’, gun-slingin’, rope-twirlin’, percussion and comedy.
Clay sings some of the greatest classics from Conway Twitty and George Jones to today’s famous artists including Kenny Chesney and Garth Brooks. The variety is endless in this two hour high-energy performance, making this show fun for all ages.
Visit the website for schedules, other performers and tickets.
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.
Families are treated to a live and up-close experience featuring 32 magnificent horses, a stampede of Buffalo, stunts and special effects. A four-course meal is included, complete with a dessert.
In November and December, Dixie Stampede transforms into a holiday celebration, including Toys Come to Life; a spectacular live Nativity with three kings, camels, and holiday music; and a visit from Santa.
Doug shares not only his talent, but also shares his tremendously talented family. Whatever your taste in music, you will hear it all, and long before you leave the theater, you will know why Doug’s show was voted Best Morning Show in Branson six years in a row, why Doug is the seven-time winner Branson's Male Vocalist of the Year.
Not only will you be awed with his voice, but you will also be amazed at his ability on guitar and piano. You’ll also see Doug play his world famous ‘‘Mufftar,’’ a guitar made out of a 1969 Thunderbird muffler.
Featuring the best of classic country, western swing and gospel music, this show brings to life the music you will never forget. Enjoy all the songs that made you fall in love with country music.
The show stars emcee and singer, Bob Davidson, and "Fiddle Player of the Year," Melody Hart. Perry Edenburn, as Harley Worthit, will keep you in tears.
You will love the variety of dynamic singing, side-splitting comedy, powerful gospel, barn-burning bluegrass and down-home fun. If you don’t hear your favorite, the gang will even take a few requests.
Presented at Grand Country. See our website for schedules.
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.
These shows offer family entertainment and live country music. Every week, there is a different special guest. Located north of Florida, Mo., on Route 107. Shows are on the first, third and fifth Saturdays of every month. Tickets are $8; those younger than 10 are admitted free. Open year-round.
The Hamner Barber Variety Show is an evening of entertainment featuring the amazing magical illusions of The Hamners and the hilarious vocal comedy of ventriloquist Jim Barber.
The Hamners have been featured on NBC's “World's Greatest Magic.” Jim Barber has performed on many national TV shows, including CBS's Late Show with David Letterman. The show also features a talented troupe of dancers. The finale is an amazing multimedia tribute to American Veterans that is getting rave reviews.
The show runs mid-February through December at the Hamner Barber Theater.
During November and December the show takes on a holiday theme as “The Wings of Christmas.”
Tickets: Ages 18+, $31.00; Ages 13-17, $16.50; Ages 4-12, $9.00. Call for Family Pass or Group Rates.
The “Hamner Barber New Year's Eve Fiesta” is a great way for families and individuals to ring in the New Year on Dec. 31.
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