Famous Musical Artists Perform at the Branson Landing Fountains

Don’t miss these great concerts coming up soon at the Branson Landing Fountains on Labor Day weekend, from September 4-6. Each day will bring new music and bands including the classic M-Dock, Christian Beyond the Walls, Souled Out Band, and the Americans Kids. And the best part of the concert – it will dedicate the area seating funds to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

The first day, you’ll see members from the famous M-Dock band, an experienced group that mixes harmonies to a classic rock beat. The band, created in 1991, has increased its skill with instrumentals and expanded its musical genre base over time.

Next on the list and taking place the following day is a performance by Beyond the Walls, an influential Christian band that will play covers from Christian artists such as Third Day, Casting Crowns, Mercy Me, and much more. That evening, Souled Out Band, a hip hop and dance-type artist, will provide fun entertainment complete with their talented brass horn instruments.

Finally, on Labor Day, The American Kids group will perform providing a relaxing venue for audiences. Along with singing, the day will also be subject to an astounding dance-a-thon, which will drop the jaw of anyone who sees these talented performers.

If you’re planning on coming down to Branson for Labor Day weekend, you can choose from all types of lodging, from the most affordable to the most luxurious. Also, if you would like to attend other activities while you’re here, you can browse through our list to find the show or attraction you would like to attend.

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