Live Shows and Venues
Clay Cooper Theatre is home to several great shows such Clay Cooper, The Haygoods, Hot Rods & High Heels, Red, Hot & Blue and Mel Tillis.
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Branson itself is home to more than 40 theaters and hundreds of performers, with shows running the gamut, from country and gospel, to comedy, rock, dance and performance groups, and magic acts.
Explore the 18th and Vine area of Kansas City, a prominent hub for jazz musicians set in one of the most prominent cities in jazz culture. Stick around for an evening show at the Blue Room Jazz Club.
Home to performance groups such as the Kansas City Symphony, the Kauffman Center is a go-to destination for national performing acts and special events featuring internationally known performers and presenters. If you can't make it to a show, schedule a tour of this architectural wonder - you'll be glad you did
A classic concert venue, The Blue Note is ideal for people who don't like - or want to - sit down during the performance and who enjoy a wide variety of music. Situated in the heart of Columbia, The Blue Note is within blocks of other clubs, restaurants and popular night spots, so the fun doesn't have to end when the show does.
St. Louis is another city known for its great live shows and performance venues, perhaps none more famous than the Fabulous Fox Theatre.
If your ideal night of music is more about toe-tapping than rock-n-roll, visit the Ozark Mountain Jamboree in Mountain View on Fridays and select Saturdays during the traditional vacation season (spring, summer and early fall).