See the Celebrity Cars of Hollywood in Branson

Stop by Branson’s Celebrity Car Museum anytime this winter and see some of the most well-known automobiles used in the production of dozens of popular Hollywood films.

Whether you’re a car fanatic or a movie lover, the Celebrity Car Museum is a fun way to spend a dreary, cold winter day.

Step through the doors and discover a large display of unique vehicles that have been featured on the big screen like Bumblebee and Barricade from the Transformers, K.I.T.T. the talking car from the Knight Rider TV series from the 80s and the 1988 Ford Taurus featured in “Robocop 3.”

Knowledgeable staff are available throughout the museum and they love to tell interesting stories about the vehicles and how the museum acquired them.

There’s always something new to see inside Branson’s Celebrity Car Museum so stop by and check it out!

The museum is located in the lower level of Dick Clark’s American  Bandstand Theater, across the road from Dixie Stampede.

For tickets or more information, please visit www.bransonshows.com.

Say Hello to 2015 With Branson’s Legends in Concert

Kick off the new year with the always entertaining Legends in Concert cast as they bring you some of the biggest entertainers of this century and a show that guests both young and old can enjoy.

On January 1-3, you’ll have the chance to catch Rod Stewart, Nat King Cole, Reba McIntire, the Blues Brothers and Elvis live onstage for two full hours of spot-on impersonations, fantastic vocals and incredible entertainment.

This action-packed show isn’t just full of the greatest hits of our time but you’ll also enjoy charismatic choreography, distinctive staging and high energy, star-studded performers.

What better way to ring in the new year than with the music of five of America’s legendary musicians and one amazing night of entertainment.

For tickets or more information, please visit www.bransonshows.com.

Legends in Concert shows at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater at 1600 Hwy. 76, Branson, right across the road from Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede.

Sample a Variety of Talent with Branson’s 21st Annual Hot Winter Fun Big Show

Branson’s 21st Annual Hot Winter Fun Big Show is the perfect opportunity to see a wide variety of Branson’s shows and performers, all in one place.

The show will be hosted at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater on February 2 at 7 p.m. and feature a one-of-a-kind lineup that you just can’t miss! As of December 20, the lineup includes:

SIX

Clay Cooper’s Country Express

Grand Jubilee

Legends In Concert

“it” Starring the Hughes Brothers

Comedy Jamboree

Joseph Hall’s Rock N Roll Remember Tribute

Red, Hot & Blue

George Strait Tribute

Acrobats of China featuring New Shanghai Circus

Marty Robbins Tribute

AYO starring Voices of Glory

Tickets are on sale now at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater. A VIP package is also available and includes VIP seating, hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, non-alcoholic beverages and meet and greets with the performers. A silent auction will be open to all guests as well.

For more information, call 417-339-3003.

Catch Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley in Branson Next Week

Enjoy a little bit of everything with musical the styles of Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley, who will delight you with their hits that combine the sounds of blues, rock ‘n roll and traditional country music.

Treat your ears to a one night only concert from Bandy and Stampley at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson.

These two accomplished musicians have both earned their fame with various awards and dozens of No. 1 hits, including several that they performed together like “Just Good Ol’ Boys,” “Holdin’ The Bag,” “Hey Joe, Hey Moe” and “Where’s The Dress,” winner of the American Video Association’s Video of the Year award in 1984 .

This high energy concert will feature all your favorite hits from Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley as they rock the stage together. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity! Get your tickets today.

For more information or tickets, click here.

Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is at 1600 Hwy. 76 in Branson, right across the road from Dixie Stampede on the strip.

Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater to Host T.G. Sheppard & Johnny Rodriguez

Join two lifelong musicians, T.G. Sheppard and Johnny Rodriguez for an exemplary performance at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson this coming Wednesday.

The one time only show starts at 7 p.m. and you can expect it to be a blazing good time, with top hits like Sheppard’s ‘Devil In the Bottle,’ ‘Last Cheater’s Waltz,’ ‘I’ll Be Coming Back for More’ and ‘Do You Wanna Go To Heaven’ as well as favorites from Rodriguez including ‘Pass Me By,’ ‘Riding My Thumb to Mexico,’ ‘That’s The Way Love Goes’ and many more.

For a fantastic show filled with great music from two country music legends, check out T.G. Sheppard and Johnny Rodriguez live in Branson at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater.

The theater is at 1600 Hwy. 76, Branson, Mo., just down the street from King’s Castle Theatre.

Click here for tickets or more information.

Join John Conlee and Ronnie McDowell for a Fantastic Show

Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is hosting two of country music’s popular names, John Conlee and Ronnie McDowell, for an incredible one night only show.

These two men are both incredible musicians and performers and are guaranteed to keep you entertained from start to finish. Two veteran performers on one stage insure a musical journey through some of your favorite hits of Conlee like ‘Rose Colored Glasses’ in addition to McDowell’s hottest hits including ‘The King Is Gone,’ ‘Older Women’ and ‘I Love You, I Love You, I Love You.’

Don’t miss out on this one night only show at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater for an evening of amazing music and fantastic fun. Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is at 1600 Hwy. 76, Branson, Mo., across the road from Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede.

For tickets or more information, click here.

Legends in Concert Gears Up for an Amazing Fall Lineup

Legends in ConcertOne of the best things about Branson’s Legends in Concert (besides the fact that it’s just an awesome show) is that the lineup of amazing musicians is constantly changing.

Springtime this year featured appearances from Adele, Tina Turner and Johnny Cash. The summer months warmed up with Justin Timberlake, Whitney Houston and Kenny Chesney and now Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is getting ready for legends Michael Buble, Marilyn Monroe and George Strait.

Canadian singer, songwriter and actor, Michael Buble’s style is reminiscent of older hits from the days when big band music ruled the scene but his ability to create and perform a variety of different music styles has propelled him to the several charts including the Billboard 200, the Canadian Albums Chart and the UK Albums Chart.

Marilyn Monroe is one woman who will always be a legend in American history. Her photo is internationally recognized and songs like ‘Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend,’ ‘I Wanna Be Loved By You,’ and of course the infamous ‘Happy Birthday, Mr. President’ are just a few hits that will always keep her name at the top of the list of great American legends.

Legends in ConcertGeorge Strait is known as “The King of Country” and was one of the first country artist to bring the art of country music back to its roots. One of the best-selling artists of all time, Strait is the only artist to ever win the entertainer of the year in three different decades and his music continues to resonate with generations of today.

It’s never too late to see your favorite legends at Branson’s Legends in Concert, and with a fall lineup like this one, I don’t know who would want to miss seeing this fantastic roundup of artists!

For tickets or more information, visit http://www.bransonshows.com/activity/buyLegendsinConcertTickets.cfm.

Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is at 1600 Hwy. 76, Branson, across the street from Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede.