Black Oak Amphitheater Re-Opens After 10 Years

10 years ago, the Black Oak Amphitheater closed its doors. On March 30th, the amphitheater will have its first show in a decade. The theater has been through extensive renovations and is now focused on continuing the tradition of bringing incredible performers to Branson since 1983. The 7,000 seats of the theater will certainly be filled as soon as people find out some of the incredible musicians lined up to play in the theater in March and June.

Talented performers John Michael Montgomery and Lee Greenwood start the opening off with a bang  with their show and fireworks on Memorial Day Sunday. Other great musicians who will be following these performers in the month of June include Travis Tritt, Tanya Tucker, Foreigner, Styx, Kansas, Pat Benatar, REO Speedwagon, and even BB King. The wide range of genres and musical talent is sure to have more people than ever flocking to the Black Oak Amphitheater.

Stop by this historic site, see what changes the renovation brought to the amphitheater, and enjoy a great show. Make sure you check out the other Branson shows while you’re in town for the Black Oak Amphitheater re-opening.

13 thoughts on “Black Oak Amphitheater Re-Opens After 10 Years”

  1. It sounds like they have a great line-up. I absolutely love Kansas and Foreigner. I will definitely be at some of these concerts!

  2. If CCR is going to be there I want to be there too! It’s awesome that there will be another venue open to book a variety of live performances in Branson.

  3. Wow, it looks like there will be a lot of amazing performers. And the amphitheater is so close. I will definitly have to check regularly to see who is performing.

  4. I will be one fan that will be coming to the theatre to support my favorite artist, Tanya Tucker. Can’t wait to see ya babe!!

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