Escape the monotony of everyday life with a relaxing and entertaining cruise aboard the beautiful Showboat Branson Belle.
Your hilariously witty host, magician and comedian Christopher James, will have you keeled over in laughter as he introduces the talented cast members (and himself) in preparation for an afternoon or night of first class entertainment.
While you sit back and dine on a sumptuous meal, you’ll be swooned by the enormously talented quintet, The ShowMen, who sing just about anything and everything including classics, Broadway favorites and hits from the 70’s, 80’s and today.
The perfect compliment to the suave gentlemen, Cassandré Faimon-Haygood will awe you with her angelic voice and spot on performance. Younger kids (and even adults) will love the Cassandré’s set of Disney covers originally sung by some of the most popular Disney princesses, including Elsa’s “Let It Go.”
But we certainly can’t go without mentioning Rhythm – The Fastest Feet West of the Mississippi. The four-man dance troupe’s speed and rhythm is so astonishing and you won’t believe this group’s set of skills as they clog along to some of your favorite hits.They’ll even take a moment for a little friendly competition onstage as you cheer and holler for your favorite.
During the show, you’ll have the chance to exit the dining room and step outside on the deck of the showboat to soak up the beautiful scenery out over Table Rock Lake. The views are fantastic from any deck, but for a close-up look at the paddle wheels churning the water, head to the very top deck. You won’t be disappointed.
The Showboat Branson Belle truly is a magical experience that is enjoyable for guests of all ages. And springtime is the perfect time to get out on the lake and enjoy beautiful Table Rock Lake while sampling some of Branson’s premiere entertainment.
World renowned performers and illusionists, Dave and Denise Hamner, have some exciting surprises in store for Hamners’ Unbelievable Variety Show this year, including Gakita the gorilla.
Yep, you heard right: a gorilla. Bet you’re never seen that on a Branson stage before!
As always, the Hamners can be expected to treat their guests with a delightfully fun and incredible experience where birds appear, people fly, voices soar — and humans turn into gorillas.
A welcome new addition to the show, Gakita the gorilla showcases the wilder side of Hamners’ Variety Show and is sure to keep your child’s eyes glued to the stage. Pair that with first rate choreography, side-splitting comedy and mind-boggling magic, and you have one experience in Branson that you don’t want to miss.
This season’s show features an exciting mix of old and new, including some of those returning favorites like Dave’s close-up baseball magic tricks, Russian acrobatic pair Vadim and Mariya Serykh, ventriloquist Brenda Hahne and the stunningly accurate vocal impersonations of Jeff Brandt.
The Hamners’ Unbelievable Variety Show of 2015 is packed full of fun and entertainment, suitable for the entire family and is sure to make for and adventurous night out in Branson.
If you didn’t get to see the Pierce Arrow crew in 2014, don’t worry because they’re back and better than ever in 2015.
The Pierce Arrow quartet is always up and at ’em with tight harmonies, soaring melodies and a great blend of hits from yesterday and today. You’ll enjoy favorites from every genre and even some original renditions of old hymns that may bring back childhood memories of childhood Sunday mornings for some.
Of course, Shonna and Kenya heat up the stage with incredible vocals, charismatic choreography and an inviting stage presence that meshes well with the men of the quartet.
This family-friendly show is filled with top notch entertainment, hilarious comedy and some of the most talented vocalists in Branson. Stop by the Pierce Arrow Theater and see what you’ve been missing! Shows start up for the season again on February 13.
A talented troupe of cats, dogs, birds and humans all share the stage for one very exciting show featuring some of the most unbelievable stunts you’ve ever seen.
These lovable furry creatures will steal your heart with each and every leap, twirl, spin and jump as they demonstrate the impressive agility and intelligence of their species.
This fun-filled, action-packed show is perfect for the whole family and a great way to start off an exciting day in Branson. So stop by Grand Country and meet some of the most incredible animals in Branson!
If you’d rather celebrate Singles Awareness Day than Valentine’s Day, grab some friends and head to Ernie Bigg’s Dueling Piano Bar at the Branson Landing. A menu filled with delicious pub-style food like wraps, burgers, pizzas and more is available and reservations for larger groups can be made online. With great weekly drink specials and exciting Chicago-style piano dueling, your night is sure to be filled with non-stop high energy entertainment.
4. Board the Branson Titanic
If you’re planning a special vow renewal or engagement this Valentine’s Day, consider using the Branson Titanic’s $1 million replica staircase as your beautiful backdrop. Even if you’re just planning a night out, the Titanic’s Sweetheart Month events make the attraction even more fun. Enjoy an interactive tour, a meet and greet with the Unsinkable “Molly” Brown’s great granddaughter and have an exciting adventure with your sweetie at the amazing Branson Titanic Museum.
5. Enjoy a rustic getaway
Rustic, relaxing and inviting, the Westgate Branson Woods is ideal for a short weekend getaway with your love. Surrounded by 145-acres of beautiful Ozark woods yet still just a half mile from the Branson strip, you can enjoy the serene quiet of the natural Ozark terrain while still being just minutes from fantastic entertainment, shopping and dining. Take a walk on the hiking trails, enjoy a dip in the heated indoor pool or just enjoy each other’s company in your cozy room and plan the perfect Valentine’s Day getaway to Westgate Branson Woods.
For a true family show, see the Hughes Brothers in Branson when it picks back up late January!
This show has grown immensely since it first started with just five very talented brothers. Today, the cast of 50 incorporates the brothers, their wives and children — all sharing the stage for one mind-blowing performance.
The Hughes Brothers have been developing their musical talents and performing together just about their entire lives and audiences have come to love the group’s engaging stage presence, versatile vocal and instrumental skills and high-energy choreography.
This family-friendly show is so much fun and will leave you in awe of all that this incredible family unit has achieved.
See The Hughes Brothers this January for a great time filled with family fun.
Last week, the theater was filled with red-faced audience members, keeled over with laughter as the cast of Comedy Jamboree dished out some of the most comical entertainment I’ve seen in Branson.
The show opened with some humorous banter between three of the performers and from the very beginning, I could tell that this show was going to be a hoot.
The curtains opened to reveal the always-amazing Grand Band and the talented Comedy Jamboree singers. They sang a variety of yesterday and today’s country hits between sets filled with side-splitting comedy, which gave all of us in the audience the chance to catch our breath after laughing so hard.
And believe me, the laughs are endless. If you’re not sure what to expect when you pick up your tickets for this show, I’ll just tell you now — prepare to see some of the wonkiest costumes, experience the most ridiculous impressions, sing along with the silliest of songs and of course, you can expect to laugh until your sides hurt.
The Comedy Jamboree crew is most certainly a rowdy bunch that likes to have a whole lot of fun. And they’ll make sure you’re having fun too! If you’re not, they’ll pull you up onstage with them and make sure you do. Just kidding. Kind of.
Well what are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on one of the funniest shows in Branson, Comedy Jamboree! The show picks up again January 16 at 3 p.m. inside the Grand County Music Hall.