Branson Shows Prepare for Incoming Holidays

The holidays are coming up quick, and in early November, many of the shows in Branson will be changing their production to match the holiday cheer. With new carols, Christmas decorations and lights, Branson shows will supply their traditional hit performances you’re used to as well as several new numbers. Begin the season right by reserving your seats at these Christmas shows.

Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show

Sit down to an extraordinary performance of talented horses and entertainers as you eat a delicious four-course meal. The Dixie Stampede will celebrate the Christmas season by showing a live nativity scene during the show, capturing the season’s true spirit. Also, part of the decor in the show include an enormous Christmas tree, as well as other festive decorations. Christmas music will be part of the atmosphere and environment as you watch the show’s 32 horses perform.

Jim Stafford Show

The hilarious Jim Stafford will use his incredible talents to entertain theentire audience, adopting his traditional show antics in the first half and transitioning into a Christmas production after intermission. Stafford’s performance is nothing short of amazing, and he’ll be using snakes, gorillas, bees and chihuahuas to add to the comedic element. During the second half, audience’s will receive a few holiday jokes along with a few Christmas songs from Stafford’s guitar.

Shoji Tabuchi

Don’t forget to visit one of Branson’s most talked-about performances, the Shoji Tabuchi show. He too has transformed his production to accommodate the holiday experience, featuring a bright world with Christmas carol choreography, mischievious elves and of course jolly Santa Clause. Don’t worry, Shoji is still including the elements you love about his show, with a variety of music genres, violins and stunning dance moves.

These are just a few of the Christmas shows available to Branson visitors. Along with these great choices, you can also reserve Branson lodging through our site to complete your holiday vacation!

3 thoughts on “Branson Shows Prepare for Incoming Holidays”

  1. I have only been to two branson shows in Branson and they were “Kirby Van Burch” and “Dixie Stampede. Both shows I completely enjoyed and would love to go to both of them againa and others also. The people in Branson are really nice such as the ones waitor or waitress or clerks.

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