After nearly eight years without shows, the Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater will host several performances in 2021 featuring Trace Adkins, Billy Bob Thornton, Dustin Lynch, Nelly, Hairball and many more.
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Over the weekend, Branson welcomed a multitude of out-of-state tour operators and tourists to town for the 8th Annual Branson Music Fest at the Clay Cooper Theatre.
Matt Gumm and Company is returning to the stage at the Clay Cooper Theatre for six special performances in 2021, starting with a show this Friday.
On Saturday, April 10, the Branson Auto Alliance and East Bound and Down: The Ultimate Smokey and the Bandit Tribute hosted a free community car show.
Filmmakers from around the world will gather in Branson next weekend for the 4th Annual Branson International Film Festival.
The Branson Regional Arts Council is hosting open casting auditions on Sunday, April 18 for their upcoming production of “The Glass Menagerie,” by Tennessee Williams.
The Outlaw Eagles show at the Branson Star Theater is hosting an area appreciation night on Monday, April 19.
To say thank you to the everyday heroes in this world, Six is offering a special ticket promotion this month called Half Price For Heroes for their show at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson.
More than two dozen of Branson’s most acclaimed shows are taking the stage at the end of this week for the 8th Annual Branson Music Festival.
Starting this week Silver Dollar City is treating its 2021 guests to an all-new outdoor festival complete with street performers, musicians, and the debut of a new park addition designed with food enthusiasts in mind.
The League of Branson Theatre Owners and Show Producers presented Rich Crowell with a lifetime membership to the Branson Show League at their monthly meeting in March.
Following their debut in Branson last fall, Famous Impressions is back with two new cast members and a new show for the 2021 Branson season.
The Branson Regional Arts Council is inviting folks from all over the world to join them for their free online Cabaret Show on Sunday, April 11 at 7 p.m.
The Swon Brothers will be performing live in Branson on Saturday, April 10 as a part of the Nashville Roadhouse Live Concert Series at the Branson Star Theater.
Shepherd of the Hills is giving folks the opportunity to peruse crafts and vintage pieces, eat a variety of fun food and hear lots of live music all in one place this weekend at their Shepherd’s Spring Craft & Junk Fair.
The Branson Regional Arts Council has announced the cast of its upcoming production of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged).”
The Hollister High School Theatre Department’s production of “Bye Bye Birdie” opens this weekend.
For years Master Illusionist Rick Thomas has showcased his magic all over the world and now he is inviting audiences to step inside his Mansion of Dreams at The Mickey Gilley Grand Shanghai Theatre in Branson.
On April 2, WonderWorks Branson unveiled its newest exhibit called Sphere We Go!.
Just in time for Easter, Jesus has arrived in Branson at the Sight and Sound Theatre.
A new documentary showcasing the evolution of Branson is premiering this week on Ozarks Public Television.
The first Jammin’ for Jesus of 2021 is set for this Sunday, April 4 at the Branson Famous Baldknobber’s Theatre.
After a short stint in Las Vegas, Dancing Queen has returned to the King’s Castle Theatre in Branson.
A former Branson entertainer has released a new documentary, which shines a light on new alternative non-drug treatments and programs to help those battling post traumatic stress.
One of Branson’s newest shows are inviting audiences to join them as they embark on a musical journey to travel Back to the Bee Gees.
The Branson Regional Arts Council is now accepting video audition submissions for their upcoming BRAC Cabaret Show.
One Branson attraction is giving folks the chance to travel back to a time when dinosaurs ruled the earth.
A new Branson non-profit organization has begun their journey to affect, ensure and support the growth and health of Branson’s music and theatre industry.
They sound like legends and they look like them too.
Silver Dollar City opens this week for the 2021 season and are celebrating by shining a spotlight on their 40 themed rides and attractions during Spring Ride Days.
Throwing axes towards a wall marked with a bullseye target, it’s a unique concept, but one they’ve perfected at TommyHawks Axe House in Branson.
In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, Big Cedar Lodge is offering a handful of fun activities on select dates this month.
The Sons of Britches are celebrating their ninth year of performing in Branson this season with the induction of a new bassist into the group.
Shepherd of the Hills Adventure Park announced a new attraction this week that looks to claim the title of the fastest, most scenic and longest downhill family-fun thrill ride in the Branson area.
Rehearsals are currently underway for the Hollister High School Theatre Department’s production of “Bye Bye Birdie.”
The Ozarks Gospel Show and Ozarks Country Show at Grand Country Music Hall are each welcoming a new member to their respective casts as they prepare to make their 2021 show season debut this month.
The 14th Annual Branson Elvis Festival, presented by Legends in Concert, has been postponed to July 23 to 25, 2021.
Dolly Parton’s Stampede is opening for its 27th season in Branson on Friday, March 5.
Masterful illusions and stunts that will leave you on the edge of your seat, personal stories and comedy can all be found with Reza Edge of Illusion.
A new dining experience is coming to Branson this spring that will honor veterans, first responders, teachers and more.
On Saturday, Feb. 20, the 27th Annual Hot Winter Fun Show was held at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson.
On Sunday, Feb. 21, the Clay Cooper Theatre in Branson is hosting a live concert and auction fundraiser for long-time Branson area resident and veteran Brenda Meadows.
Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater will once again play host to the 27th Annual Hot Winter Fun Big Show on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 3 p.m.
More than 40,000 students and 2,200 teachers have registered to participate in the upcoming Free Virtual Titanic Museum Attraction Literacy Production, courtesy of the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson and Pigeon Forge.
The Branson High School Theatre Department’s production of “42nd Street” opens this week with four show times at the Branson High School.
The 27th Annual Hot Winter Fun Big Show is set for 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20 at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater.
While the pandemic and winter months have slowed the tourist traffic down in Branson quite a bit, it’s not stopped Tim Hadler from jumping on stage nearly every day so far in 2021 to perform at least one of his three shows in the Little Opry Theatre.
The Haygood are making their return to the stage on Saturday, Feb. 6 as they prepare to host their first performance of the 2021 Branson show season.
Almost a year after being invited to become a member, the Queen of Bluegrass is finally being inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday, Feb. 6.
The Branson Regional Arts Council invites folks to take a trip back in time to experience the 1950’s and 60’s with “The Marvelous Wonderettes.”
February is “Sweetheart Month,” and The Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson is doing its part in 2021 to unite and reunite couples in the name of love by providing one-of-a-kind Valentine Vow Renewals through the month of February.