205 South Commercial Street Branson, MO 65616 +1 417 336 2112
Branson is a great destination for you and your family, and this venue is one of the best deals in town. For two hours you will be entertained by some of the finest impersonators in the nation. You can get so caught up in the show that you will forget that the people on stage are not the real thing. The star of the show, Dave Ehlert, has achieved national recognition for his realistic Elvis impersonation. So plan to see "Tom Jones" croon, "Elvis Presley" shake his hips and play guitar, and "Stevie Wonder" make magic on his piano.
Located near the Ramada on the Strip, the Dick Clark American Bandstand Theater complex is a 26-acre entertainment center with a 970-seat auditorium, as well as an in-house grill and outdoor festival grounds.
189 Expressway Lane Branson, MO 65616 +1 417 239 1333
The Mansion Entertainment And Media Center is the second largest entertainment venue in Branson, featuring some of the best shows and theater events. The 3,000 seater theater with state of the art music facilities and equipment, is most popular for its musical productions like 'The Promise', 'Celebrate America' and the 'Superstar Guest Series'. You can also catch the classic 'Country Tonite' show which features great songs, wonderful dancers, talented artists and fabulous bands. The musical has also been voted as America's best live country show because it's rich in real country flavor and tradition. If you are early for the show, stop by at the All American Café to munch on some great homemade soups, salads and snacks.
2805 State Highway 76 Branson, MO 65616 +1 417 334 4929
This popular sweet shop is a great place to visit after a show, or for that matter, any time your sweet tooth begins to ache. The interior is decorated in 1950s Americana, complete with a Wurlitzer jukebox. On the menu are pies, cobblers and cakes made with fresh fruit. However, the real draw here is the soda fountain, where dozens of flavors confound your ability to decide what you want. Hard ice cream is also available in more than 50 flavors, and the banana splits are most excellent.
3455 West Highway 76 Branson, MO 65616 +1 417 334 3210
This theater sits right in the center of the Branson music district. With comfortable seating for nearly 1,000 guests, state-of-the-art lighting, a great sound system and two of the most popular artists in town, the venue is usually sold out. You can see Mickey Gilley perform his top hits here every evening at 8p. With his honky-tonk piano playing and his flashy costumes, Gilley puts on is quite a show. At 10a, you can catch the morning show with singer and songwriter Jim Owen.
3454 West State Highway 76 Branson, MO 65616 +1 417 332 2772
For many years this theater was the Branson home to Boxcar Willie, but when he became ill in 1998, the Duttons took it over and have since changed the name. Other things are changing too. The decor no longer consists primarily of railroad memorabilia; although some of that still remains, the interior is slowly being transformed to fit the new performers. One thing that has not changed, however, is the style of music performed here: country and western. The Dutton Family is very talented, and their singing and dancing will have you tapping your feet and clapping your hands. This is a great show to catch while you are in town.
2500 West Highway 76 Branson, MO 65616 +1 417 334 4500
In 1992, Andy Williams performed in Branson for the first time. The response was so overwhelming that he built his own theater two years later and has returned to perform every year from April through December. The moderately sized theater is perched atop a hillside and built out of locally quarried stone. From a distance, it appears to be just another rock formation. Once inside, though, the building' will amaze you. The auditorium is modern, with comfortable seating and high-tech lighting and audio equipment. Throughout the performing season, you can enjoy shows by Andy Williams, Glen Campbell and Broadway on Ice.
2920 76 Country Boulevard Branson, MO 65616 +1 417 334 4874
Located right on the strip in Branson, this theater has the distinction of being the first theater in town and has become a landmark. Over the years, the building has undergone a number of face-lifts, and its lighting and audio are now considered modern. The family that originally built the theater has grown over the last thirty years as well, and thankfully many of them have stayed in Branson to entertain millions of people. The Presley Family Jubilee is two hours of non-stop laughter, singing and dancing. The talented artists will make you laugh until you cry, tap your foot to the latest country hit and sing a familiar gospel tune or two.
In 1992, Andy Williams performed in Branson for the first
time. The response was so overwhelming that he built his own theater two years later and has returned to perform every year from April through December. The moderately sized ...
Inside this large theater, with Russian backdrops on the stage,
some of the most hilarious comedy you have ever heard comes to life. If you are visiting Branson between April and December, you will not be disappointed if you ...
Branson is a great destination for you and your family,
and this venue is one of the best deals in town. For two hours you will be entertained by some of the finest impersonators in the nation. You can ...