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.
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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.
“The Marvelous Wonderettes” opened this week at the Historic Owen Theatre.
The Welk Hospitality Group has entered into an agreement with Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation to sell the Welk Resorts portfolio of vacation resorts, programs and property management contracts, including the Branson Welk Resort and Theatre, for approximately $430 million.
Grand Jubilee is back at Grand Country Music Hall with a new show for 2021 and a new member of their New South Quartet.
With a multitude of songs at the ready, you never know what you’re going to hear at Mark Aldred’s Jukebox Live show at the Branson Star Theater.
Legends in Concert has revealed their tribute artist line-up for the year ahead as their 2021 Branson show season prepares to open next month.
With performances in January and February this year, Six is kicking off their 2021 season in Branson a little earlier than in past years.
A new book invites readers to take a journey back in time to relive the glory days of Branson’s Hee Haw Theatre.
While many Branson shows are taking some time off in the coming weeks, one show is offering guests an amazing time year round.
Fritz’s Adventure in Branson is offering area appreciation tickets to residents of 43 surrounding counties in Missouri and Arkansas.
Several local performers, including a couple Branson entertainers, are coming together for an afternoon of music, comedy and fun at the 2nd Annual Veterans Variety Show on Saturday, Jan. 16 in Mount Vernon.
The 2020 Branson show season has officially come to an end, but theaters all across town made sure they ended the season with a bang with final celebrations on New Year’s Eve.
This year has been the worst. 2020 has been awful and I’m glad it’s behind us. While last year headlined a ton of negativities, there were still a few bits of positive sprinkled throughout the last 12 months.
As the countdown for the final hours of 2020 begins, multiple Branson shows and attractions will be hosting New Year’s Eve celebrations in the area.
Though Santa has returned to the North Pole, Silver Dollar City will continue to keep their 6.5 million lights glowing from now into 2021 for its New Year’s Celebration.
We’re almost there. The end of 2020 is in sight. While many Branson area shows have ended for the season, there are still some that look to continue their current runs through the rest of the year and even a few into the first days of 2021.
In an effort to bring some additional holiday cheer into people’s homes this Christmas season, the Branson Regional Arts Council is offering folks the chance to enjoy a special, one-of-a-kind online Christmas Concert featuring the Staccato Show Choir.
Wonder Woman 1984 has landed at the Branson Imax Entertainment Complex.
On Christmas Eve 1955 The Lennon Sisters made their television debut and were formally introduced to the world. Now in 2020, the longest performing sister act of all time is celebrating their 65th Anniversary in the entertainment business this Christmas with the release of three new albums a…
As we enter into the final weeks of December, Silver Dollar City is also entering into the final days of its annual An Old Time Christmas festival.
Shepherd of the Hills and Christmas. Christmas and Shepherd of the Hills. It’s kind of a package deal.
In 2021 the Mickey Gilley Grand Shanghai Theatre will see the return of the Amazing Acrobats of Shanghai and Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee with brand new shows, as well as welcome two new shows to the stage featuring the talents of Master Illusionist Rick Thomas and The Texas Tenors.
From ice skating to Christmas light tours and scavenger hunts to visits from Santa and much more, Big Cedar Lodge is pulling out all the stops to make 2020 a magical Christmas for everyone.
Charley Pride, country music’s first black superstar and the first black member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, died Saturday, Dec. 12 at the age of 86.
The Queen of Bluegrass is in Branson.
The Joyful Heart Music Foundation is hosting their 7th Annual Branson Family Gifting Show on Monday, December 14, at the Branson Famous Baldknobbers Theatre at 7 p.m.
Famous Impressions, one of Branson’s newest shows, is hosting its inaugural Christmas Food and Toy Drive this week at the Hughes Brothers Theatre to benefit two local non profits.
The Branson Regional Arts Council has announced the opening dates and the cast for its upcoming musical “The Marvelous Wonderettes.”
Freedom Encounter is inviting the community to celebrate Christmas in Branson with the award-winning gospel group, The Collingsworth Family.
Whether they’re performing in front of a live theatre audience or a live virtual audience, “America’s Most Musical Family” has had a non-stop 2020.
Choices Concert Hall in Branson is closing its doors this month.
The Hollister High School Theatre Department is premiering its winter production of “Play On” this weekend.
Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater will be home to an all-new show for Branson in 2021.
Only months into its inaugural year in Branson and WonderWorks is already welcoming new exhibit areas to offer more adventures for guests visiting the upside-down attraction.
A Reeds Spring resident, and professional bass fisherman, has authored a new children’s book with the intent to donate all the proceeds to a local nonprofit organization.
Anyone looking to enjoy the gift of spending the holidays with Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra or even Johnny Cash, Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater has the Christmas show for you.