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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 now the King's Castle Theatre! Still the home of five award-winning productions: "New Jersey Nights Tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons," "Dancing Queen Tribute to the Music of the 70's", our New 2014 Productions - "Dublin's Irish Tenors and The Celtic Ladies," "Le Grande Cirque," and the Holiday Favorite "Christmas in Wonderland." New name, same quality entertainment for the whole family! Reserve your tickets today!
St. Joseph's original Absinthe Bar is home to a unique and creative musical atmosphere. Live music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Great drink specials.
Look for the "A Christmas Story" lady leg lamp in the window.
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.
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.
The Meramec Music Theatre is in the rustic Ozark town of Steelville.
Offering musical variety shows, featuring country, gospel, bluegrass and oldies music, with a dose of comedy tossed in for good times.
In addition to our regular shows, we present concerts by top name headliners.
Great family entertainment, April-December. See our website for schedules.
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.
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.
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.
The Finke Theatre hosts performers with world-wide appeal. We work diligently to select a wide variety of entertainment, featuring comedians and impersonators; contemporary, classical and blue-grass musicians; variety acts; theatrical plays; and other forms of entertainment.
Located in downtown California, the opera house/theatre was built in 1885. The building was designed by Jerome Bibb “J.B.” Legg, a well-known St. Louis architect. Legg was responsible for designing many Missouri courthouses, opera houses, theatres, churches, schools and public buildings, as well as remodeling the Missouri State Capitol in 1887.
For its significance in the area of entertainment and recreation, The Finke Theatre was named to the National Register of Historic Places. The Finke Theatre and adjacent Finke Building were renovated by community volunteers during the past 10 years.
The facilities may be rented for private events.
Located in a restored vaudeville theater in downtown Columbia, The Blue Note entertaines crowds with many local and internationally known headliners in blues, jazz, reggae, alternative, country, rock and folk music .
This is a pure music venue with some seating and a standing-room pit. There is a bar, but no food is served.
Blueberry Hill is a St. Louis landmark filled with pop culture memorabilia. Live music is featured in the Duck Room several nights a week. Located in the shopping and entertainment district known as The Loop, along the St. Louis Walk of Fame.
The New ICON Theatre is home to the World Famous Platters Show at 2 p.m., the Rat Pack-Live and Swingin Show at 5 p.m., and icons of music such as Chubby Checker at 8 p.m. Check our website for a listing of show dates and times, as well as a listing of the musical icons who will perform during the year. Dinner is optional with both the 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. shows.
This entertainment district has reenergized downtown, creating an entertainment, retail and dining hot spot for visitors and conventioneers. It transforms itself from a unique lunch and retail destination by day, to an exciting dining and entertainment experience in the evening.
Offering more than a half million square feet, the Power & Light District is one of the Midwest's prime entertainment areas, with more than 50 unique restaurants, bars, shops and entertainment venues, including the Sprint Center.
Located downtown, between the Convention Center and the Sprint Arena, this vibrant, eight-block neighborhood includes a variety of boutiques and an array of cuisines at the restaurants and cafes. For those looking for a fun night on the town, check out KC Live: an entertainment plaza with two levels of high-energy bars, restaurants, nightclubs and live entertainment.
Built as a concert venue from the ground up, The Pageant boasts optimal sight lines and exceptional acoustics. No matter where you sit or stand, you will always be within 70 feet of the stage.
Located in one of the region's most vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, the Delmar Loop. Designed for a wide range of music performances and unique special events, this state-of-the-art facility has a scalable capacity of 1,000 to 2,300.
The Halo Bar is on-site. Visit our website for schedules, tickets and house policies.
The Peabody Opera House, with its classic splendor restored, and the addition of state-of-the-art amenities, is the latest incarnation of the 1934 Municipal Auditorium complex that later became known as Kiel Auditorium.
The Opera House features an ornate main theatre, with approximately 3,100 seats, and 12 luxury boxes; a two-story front lobby, constructed entirely of Tennessee and Ste. Genevieve marble; four small side theaters or halls; and an exposition hall.
Productions include Broadway theatricals, concerts and family show. The Peabody is in downtown St. Louis, adjacent to the Scottrade Center, two blocks from the Union Station complex, approximately a mile from Busch Stadium and the Gateway Arch.
Tours of the facilitiy are available for groups of 20 or more, by reservation only; must be booked at least two weeks in advance.
At the Phoenix Jazz Club, you can enjoy food, live music and one of the best happy hours in Kansas City, with food and drink specials. We have a lunch and dinner menu daily.
We host regular and guest performers, along with open jam sessions. Every Friday, 4:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Lonnie McFadden sings, plays trumpet and tap dances.
In 1888, the corner where the Phoenix sits was known as the Burgeoning Garment District. The Phoenix was there from the beginning; a hotel that was rumored to be more of a bordello than a hotel.
This venue hosts live music from two bands on the first and third Fridays of every month. Admission is $5 and shows begin at 7:30 p.m. The Woodshed is located inside Emporium on the Square in downtown Carthage.
An outdoor concert venue committed to providing the best live musical entertainment experience. The state-of-the-art sound system and six video screens allow all concert-goers to experience a front-row view. See website for schedules. Open May-October.
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