Branson’s Christmas Shows Ending Soon

Miracle of Christmas Christmas is a time to enjoy the company of family and friends, not your co-workers. The performers in Branson take this idea very seriously. So seriously, in fact, that many of the shows in Branson will be performing their last show of 2009 on the weekend of December 12. For those who have been waiting to see one of these wonderful shows, you’d better see it soon!

While most of the shows will end their 2009 season the second weekend  in December, there are those exceptions. A few shows, such as The Andy Williams Show, will end the first weekend in December to give the cast and crew ample time with family and friends before beginning work on the 2010 season.

There are a select few shows that will close the weekend prior to Christmas, so you’ll have a little extra time to squeeze them in before the holiday madness sets in. The Miracle of Christmas at Sight & Sound Theatre will close the weekend before Christmas and re-open for three days of encore performances following the holiday.

If you want to see a show closer to Christmas or right after this beloved holiday, you’re not completely doomed. There are shows that will continue with their regular schedule through the Christmas season. Shows like Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede and the Acrobats of China will continue with their regular schedule, only taking Christmas Eve day and Christmas Day off.

If you’ve been waiting to see a show in Branson, time is running out! Reserve your tickets today and make a few last-minute family memories before everyone turns their attention to cookies and presents.

5 thoughts on “Branson’s Christmas Shows Ending Soon”

  1. Branson Christmas shows came and are going by really quick so it’s definitely best to get all the reservations made now then later because it’s going to be another year until everything comes back.

  2. I should’ve moved faster this year! It looks like I’ll miss a lot of really amazing shows, but at least there are still some really good ones still running closer to Christmas.

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