Branson Show List
Brief description of each music show in Branson.



50's At The Hop
Branson Music Mall Theater
The Branson Music Mall has 50's At The Hop, Branson's feel good show. Rock Around The Clock with Alley Oop, Peggy Sue and Jim Dandy.  It's fun, fifties style.  From the opening number to the closing finale, you'll be dancing in the aisles.

76 Country USA
76 Music Hall
76 Country USA is a good, fast-paced variety show.  A big draw with the thirty-somethings. The fun and intimacy with the cast is a plus for the small room. The show is a combination of country classics, gospel, and comedy.  Not much of a draw for the younger set, but enjoyed by adults of all ages.

American Kids
Starlite Theatre
Performing at the Starlite Theatre, twelve talented kids sing and dance in a highly energetic fun-filled show. A great family show and the little kids won't be up late since it is not too late in the day.

Andy Williams Show
Andy Williams Theatre
Musical variety show filled with wholesome family entertainment. Williams connects with his audience, most are fans from the TV years, but his performance is a hit with young and old alike.  He bestows musical gifts from the Big Band era to Broadway to Nashville, and, of course his greatest hits.  Williams has a laid back, in control persona which comes from his ten years in TV and his love for his work.

Ava Barber
Welk Stage Door Canteen
Ava Barber performs in the Stage Door Canteen at the Welk Resort.  The Canteen is decorated in World War II memorabilia.  Ava takes her fans on a musical journey in an atmosphere like nothing else in Branson.

Baldknobbers Jamboree
Baldknobbers Theatre
A musical comedy variety revue, Baldknobbers Jamboree was the first music show staged in Branson, in 1959, by the Mabe family.  Good family fun, the Jamboree is a mixture of Opry style humor, sad-sack hillbilly clowns, good ole pickin and a singin.  Pure country and non-stop comedy.

Barbara Fairchild Show
Braschlers Theater
One of Branson's favorite performers, Barbara combines country, gospel and comedy with down home charm and talent.

Bill Anderson
Lowes BransonTown USA Theater
Bill Anderson, known as "Whispering Bill" and host of TNN's "Opry Backstage", is one of country music's most awarded songwriters and recording artists. Bill performs some of his hits, "Still", "City Lights", as well as songs from his new album, the first in eight years, "Fine Wine".

Bill Engvall
The Grand Palace
Bill Engvall, popular stand-up comedian shares his views on a wide range of topics that include kids, family, life and animals.  And be sure that he will fit his hit "Here's Your Sign" into the act.

Bobby Vinton Show
Blue Velvet Theatre
The show is a true family affair, Bobby's daughters join him on stage, singing backup, and his son manages the act.

Bobby sings all his greatest hits and spends a lot of time in the audience meeting and greeting.  He's a generous kisser so if ladies happen to sit in the first ten to fifteen rows on the aisles, they should prepare to be smooched.  He also brings members of the audience up on stage to dance to the oldies and big band hits.

Credited with bringing the Big Band sound to Branson, the multi-talented Vinton sits in with the orchestra on the piano, drums,clarinet, trumpet and saxophone.

BoxCar Willie Show
Boxcar Willie Theatre
Boxcar Willie died Monday 11 April 1999 in Branson, MO. He has been a Branson Icon for many years and we will surely miss him. Boxcar Willie had been fighting against the recurring leukemia that has been a problem since November 1996. In February 1999, he completed a third round of chemotherapy. Boxcar Willie was 67. He was born Lecil Travis Martin in Sterratt, Texas in 1931. His father was a farm and section hand on the railway. Martin is survived by his wife, two daughters and two sisters.

Branson All Star Revue
Remington Theatre
An incredibly fast-paced, action-packed variety show.  Branson City All Star Revue shines with full scale production numbers with spectacular sets and lights, dazzling choreography and costumes, impressive magic, fire and ice juggling, daring stunts, magnificent skating and the incredible vocal talents of the entire cast.

Braschler Music Show
Braschlers Theater
The Braschlers have the reputation of being Branson's favorite gospel act. The Braschler Quartet was named Branson's Gospel Group of the Year. The show isn't strictly gospel, there's plenty of country, bluegrass, pop, and patriotic songs. One of the favorites is former Hee Haw comedian Homer Lee.
 

Breakfast with the Classics
Branson Music Mall Theater
The Branson Mall Theatre invites you to "Breakfast with The Classics". Take a sentimental journey with the romantic songs of the late 40's and early 50's heard in glamorous style while dining on a hearty Branson breakfast.

Broadway for Breakfast
Osmond Family Theatre
Highly-rated, enjoyable family-oriented musical-comedy show.  Great family-style entertainment. Number of Osmonds performing at any given time can to from 4 to 12. The mainstays are the original Osmond Brothers, who were discovered by Andy Williams when they were all into or approaching their teens. The younger Second Generation Osmonds, the sons of the Osmonds, are the favorite heartthrobs of the 16 and younger set. The show consists of the talented family singing, dancing, and playing numerous instruments. Their talents boundless.

Brumley Music Show
76 Music Hall
The Brumley Family presents its third generation on stage with the talent and fast-paced fun that Branson audiences love.  Tom Brumley, master musician and living legend, thrills audiences with his heartfelt steel guitar magic.  The Brumley Music Show always features their signature country, bluegrass and gospel music along with lively comedy.

Buck Trent
Dinner Bell Restaurant
Banjo wizard Buck Trent's show is a rollicking country songfest with some terrific Branson talent. Buck and the exuberant Early Morning Risers band serve up bluegrass, country, and gospel music seasoned with lots of laughs.

Charley Pride
The Grand Palace
Charley Pride remains one of the twenty top-selling country artists of all time.  His show consists of many of his chart toppers, now classics. "Kiss an Angel Good Morning:, "I'm So Afraid of Losing You Again" and many others.

Country Tonite
Country Tonite Theatre
Country Tonite Theatre features the high energy non-stop Country Tonite show with a cast of 31. Country Tonite has shows in both Branson, Missouri and in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Family oriented musical variety revue.  Blend of music, dancing, comedy, banjo and fiddle playing and a few rope tricks thrown in.  The cast includes kids in the 10-12 year-old range, and professional entertainers from Nashville and Las Vegas.

Country Variety Show
Kirkwood Theater
Pending

Daniel O'Donnell
Jennifers American Theatre
Direct from Ireland, Daniel O'Donnell entertains with Irish flair and humor.  A clean fun-filled show for the family.

Danny Davis Nashville Brass
Dockers Restaurants
Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass entertain diners with some of their hits, as well as country music of the day.

Dinos Piano Extravaganza
The Grand Palace
(Grand Mansion in 1999)
Dino Kartsonakis is the featured entertainer at the Grand Palace. His show incorporates incredible sets, costumes and music. Included in his show are a cast of 24 dancers performing authentic Irish Step Dancing.

New for 1999 - Dino's "Music For All Times" will be featured in the mornings at the Grand Mansion for the 1999 season. Dino's multi-million dollar production will included many favorite Dino selections along with a cast of 20 dancers, lights, costumes, sets and vocal stylings of Cheryl Kartsonakis. Dino has been consistently featured on the Trinity Broadcasting Network in the past six years.

Dixie Stampede
Dixie Stampede
90-minute show during dinner.  Family oriented, great for kids. Buffalo Bill meets Gone With the Wind style show. Trick riding and roping, Civil War skirmish, hoop skirts, parasols, patriotic finale. Special lighting effects.

Doug Gabriel  Show
Starlite Theatre
Doug Gabriel, three time winner of Male Vocalist of the Year, performs pop, country, gospel and patriotic music. He also plays guitar, piano and horns. He is sometimes joined by wife Cheryl and son Joshua.

Down Home Country
76 Music Hall
Splinter Middleton and the Down Home Band play the classics of George Jones, Hank Williams, Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings.  Step back to the Grand Ole Opry of the 50's, join in the fun during the audience request segment, and relax with the country music of yesteryear and the classic country sounds of today.  With the all-request second half, every show is a brand new show.  Be sure to bring your list of favorite songs.

Duttons, The
BoxCar Willie Theater
The Duttons are a multi-talented family of nine who perform gospel to opera. The Duttons had been scheduled to perform at the Braschlers Theater in 1999 but they announced in March 1999 that they would headline at the BoxCar Willie Theatre. In 1998 they performed at the Barbara Fairchild Theatre and have toured extensively in the United States and Canada during the off season.

Elvis & The Superstars
Owens Theater
Elvis and the Superstars is a tribute to "The King", the first half is all Elvis. Dave "Elvis" Elhert has been impersonating Elvis for thirty years very convincingly. The second half has Elhert impersonating superstars such as Roy Orbison, Neil Diamond, Liberace, Willie Nelson, Tom Jones and many more. This show is completely different from any other show, a Branson standout.

Ferlin Husky
Boxcar Willie Theatre
1999 Update - Ferlin Husky will not be performing at the BoxCar Willie Theatre in 1999. Ferlin was performing many of his pop and country hits from the past forty years.

Fountains of Fire
Waltzing Waters Theatre
Every hour at the Waltzing Waters Theatre the audiences thrill to 42 minutes of the "liquid fireworks" fountain spectacular brilliantly choreographed to music.

Frederick in Concert
Waltzing Waters Theatre
40,000 gallons of choreographed dancing waters and a rainbow of colored lights. Frederick Antonio plays two pianossimultaneously while a fountaineer interprets the music through rising and falling waters. The show is soothing and inexpensive.

George Jones
The Grand Palace
George Jones is recovering from injuries sustained in an auto accident. Jones is scheduled to perform at The Grand Palace in May and The Palace says it is too early to know if the shows will be changed. status as of 15 March 1999.

Glen Campbell
The Grand Palace
Performing at The Grand Palace.
 

Golden Girls
Country Tonight Theatre
The Golden Girls, features a cast all over 50 years old, in a tribute to the armed forces.  Set in World War II, they perform 40s hits.

Hank Williams, Sr. Tribute Show
Ain't Misbehavin' Theatre and Supper Club
A creation of vintage replica of songs, music, instrumentation, and singing style "For Ol' Hank." Hank Williams, Sr. is the legendary pioneer of country music. Although he died at the early age of twenty-nine in 1953, and was only in the record business for seven years, his music lives on forever. The show is playing Wednesday through Sunday at 2pm.

Hughes Brothers Morning Show
Legends Family Theater
The Hughes Brothers Morning Show.  Four talented guys who sing in harmony, dance, make you laugh.  They are joined by their adorable little sidekick, 5 year old Kristina Marie.

Jeff Foxworthy
The Grand Palace
Jeff Foxworthy, popular stand-up comedian and star of the hit series "The Jeff Foxworthy Show", entertains audiences at the Grand Palace with his popular "You Might Be A Redneck If ...." and other hilarious comedy routines.

Jennifer Wilson Show
Jennifers Americana Theatre
Jennifer is a Branson native and her show is fast-paced and fun with a great live band. She and her troupe sing, dance, tap, clog, and joke with the audience. It's a show better suited for the older folks. Not much in it, like clowns or animals, to hold the interest of little kids.

Jerry Reed
Lowes BransonTown USA Theater
Popular country legend and co-star of the "Smokey" films, Jerry Reed performs his past hits as well as some new songs from his current album, "Flyin' High".  His songs and performance are full of the wit and humor that has made him so popular over the years.

Jim Owen Morning Show
Mickey Gilley Theatre
Jim Owen, appeared as Hand Williams in two movies.  He's joined by the Last Cowboy Band and the Sunshine Express.  Get there early at 9:15 for free coffee and doughnuts.

Jim Stafford Show
Jim Stafford Theatre
The best highly family oriented show in Branson.    Good old fashioned musical-comedy, variety show with a little vaudeville thrown in.  Great band.  Show is a real kid pleaser with balloons, toys, stupid pet tricks, etc., lots of songs like "Spiders and Snakes".

Johnny Lee
Lowes BransonTown USA Theater
Johnny Lee, popular recording artist and frequent TV and movie guest star, sings some of his greatest hits, "Lookin' For Love", "Cherokee Fiddle", as well as some of today's popular country songs.

Legends in Concert
Legends Family Theater
Musical production with a cast of impersonators recreating the celebrity performances of such superstars and legends asElvis, Hank Williams, Jr., Reba McEntire, Neil Diamond and Conway Twitty.  All performances are live, no lip synching or fake instrument playing.  Legends is a fun upbeat show, fast-moving, leaves you with a smile on your face.

Lennon Brothers Breakfast Show
Welk Champagne Theatre
The Lennon Brothers (same family) produce a lively, warm re-creation of the old Canteen hits. An all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet is served and plenty of coffee refills. After breakfast, guests take seats in the Champagne Theatre for the show. Show starts at 9:30, breakfast actually starts at 8:00. Get there in plenty of time to enjoy a leisurely breakfast and not be rushed.

Lennon Sisters
Jo Ann Castle
Welk Champagne Theatre
A re-creation of the famous television show, many of the original cast members and musicians of The Lawrence WelkShow are on hand for the trip down memory lane. Most shows include The Lennon Sisters, Jo Ann Castle, and Joe Feeney.Other veterans of the show make appearances throughout the season.

Lost in the Fifties
Starlite Theatre
"Lost in the Fifties" is an energetic stage production that takes audiences back to the past through the popular music of the day, including country and rock 'n roll.

Lowe Sisters
Lowes Branson Town USA Theater
The Lowe Sisters were the first Branson group to perform on the Grand Ole Opry stage.  They were previously back-up singers for Loretta Lynn. They thrill audiences with their dynamic voices and warm personalities, providing a musical mix that only sister voices can attain.

Mel & Pam Tillis
Mel Tillis Theatre
Mel Tillis Theater welcomes Pam Tillis who joins her dad Mel Tillis in the Mel Tillis Theatre. Pam has four platinum albums, three number 1 hits, repeated Grammy and CMA nominations.  She is also a songwriter and also cowritten several songs with her husband Bob Piero.

Mel Tillis
Mel Tillis Theatre
Mel Tillis' show is a true family affair.  Mel is joined throughout the season by his children, Connie Lynn, Carrie April, Hannah, Cindy, and Mel, Jr. On special dates his daughter, country singing star, Pam Tillis appears. Mel's show is down to earth, he sings his hits, there's comedy interspersed and his band and back-up singers are top notch.

Mickey Gilley Show
Mickey Gilley Theatre
Mickey Gilley performs his definitive Texas honky tonk and his signature timeless ballads to entertain and delight his fans.  Erica Busie & Kaci Wayman add their versions of some of country's biggest hits.  And music isn't the only thing on the bill, Joey Riley keeps the crowds roaring with his own unique brand of comedy.

Mike Radford
IMAX Entertainment Complex
This live comedy show in the Remeber When Theater takes you on a rollicking trip down memory lane to celebrate grandparents, patriotism, a Roy Rogers tribute and your favorite childhood memories.

Moe Bandy & Hargus
Moe Bandy Theatre
Moe Bandy is a modest man with a lot of talent. His show consists of performing his hits, some comedy, country starimpersonations. Geared more for the middle adult and senior group, not much for the kids.

Neighborhood Watch
Jim Stafford Theatre
"Neighborhood Watch" an original comedy written by Jim Stafford about a wacky group of folks trying to organize acrime-prevention program will run from June through October on Sunday nights in the Jim Stafford Theatre at 8:00 pm.

Oak Ridge Boys
The Grand Palace
The Oak Ridge Boys, the Grammy, Dove, CMA and ACM award-winning quartet entertain audiences with their country, pop and gospel music.  The Oak Ridge Boys will perform limited engagements throughout the 1999 season. Always a popular ticket, best to reserve early.

Osmond Brothers
Osmond Family Theatre
Highly-rated, enjoyable family-oriented musical-comedy show.  Great family-style entertainment. Number of Osmondsperforming at any given time can to from 4 to 12. The mainstays are the original Osmond Brothers, who were discovered by Andy Williams when they were all into or approaching their teens. The younger Second Generation Osmonds, the sons of the Osmonds,
are the favorite heartthrobs of the 16 and younger set. The show consists of the talented family singing, dancing, and playingnumerous instruments. Their talents boundless.

Ozark Mountain Jubilee
76 Music Hall
The popular Bacon Family presents a totally different kind of variety show.  Fashioned after the old Ozark Mountain Jubilee of national fame, this show features everything that made Branson entertainment famous - quartet singing, comedy antics and old fashioned Ozarks fun.

Philip Wellford
Celebrity Theatre
Emmy winning comedian, Philip Wellford, has them rolling in the aisles. His act is filled with comedy, juggling, and always new surprises.

Platters
Celebrity Theatre
The Platters stand out as one of America's greatest and most popular pop vocal groups.  Their performances are pure gold as they vocalize some of their solid gold hits of the Fifties, "Only You", "The Great Pretender", "My Prayer".  They take audiences on a musical journey of some of their more than 38 top hits stylizing into the Nineties.

Plummer Family, the Original
Lowes Branson Town USA Theater
No schedule announced for 1999.

Polynesian Princess Cruise
Polynesian Princess
"Polynesian Princess" takes you on a leisurely cruise of Table Rock Lake, a 90-minute sightseeing tour - dailyin the morning and for a relaxing dinner, enjoy an evening cruise complete with "Polynesian" entertainment.

Polynesian Princess
9:00 am Breakfast Cruise
Enjoy a delicious full-service breakfast with gorgeous views of the lake. Polynesian entertainment adds to a perfect morning.

Polynesian Princess
11:00 am Sightseeing Cruise
Relax and enjoy the sunshine on the open air decks or cool off with a refreshing beverage in the air-conditioned cabins. The cruise is narrated by the captain who tells you the tales of towns beneath the lake's watery surface.

Polynesian Princess
5:00 pm Dinner Cruise
Enjoy a four course meal served at your table, beautiful scenery, and great Polynesian entertainment The cruise returns by 6:30 in plenty of time to get back to some great Branson shows.

Polynesian Princess
8:00 pm Dinner Cruise
Served at your table is a delicious four course meal accompanied by some great Polynesian entertainment. Relax and enjoy a gorgeous Ozark Mountain sunset and, as night falls, view a sky full of stars from one of the open air decks.

Positive Coutry Kids/Gospel
Positive Country Theater
The Positive Country Theatre presents the upbeat, Country Music Award nominated show, Positive Country. Blending country,gospel and patriotic music, it has been named 'The Most Positive Show in Branson". The show is total family entertainment with fabulous costumes, special effects and interactive video fun. There is a 30-minute pre-show called Branson Kids, and the stars range in ages from 5 all the way up to 10.

Presley's Country Jubilee
Presleys Jubilee
The Strip's oldest show, it is a musical-comedy show for all ages. Incorporates all the good 'old-tyme' country showfeatures:  singing, dancing, boots and sequins, comedy. The generations of the Presley family include the old-timers Gary, Steve and grand daddy Lloyd. For the younger audience the third generation Presleys appeal to the teens. Get there early for the warm-up show with "Harley and Rick"  a favorite with the kids.

Promise, The
Promise Theatre
The Promise is a musical theatrical production based on the life of Christ. The talented cast numbers over 70. The two and a half hour production utilizes such special effects as smoke, lasers, flying angels, rain curtains, and many live animals.

Radio City Rockettes
The Grand Palace
In 1999, for the sixth consecutive year, the Grand Palace is proud to showcase America's #1 show, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular.  The two-hour holiday extravaganza features a full cast of singers, dancers, colorful costumes and elaborate sets including ice-skating snowmen on an ice rink, a New York skyline and a festive city street. Dazzling production numbers by the Radio City Rockettes include favorites such as "Carol of the Bells," the "Parade of Wooden Soldiers" and "The Living Nativity." These last two scenes have been performed at Radio City Music Hall since 1933.

The Christmas Spectacular, in Branson, Missouri, is almost a homecoming for the Rockettes, as the original "Missouri Rockets" made their stage debut in St. Louis in 1925, eight years prior to kicking up their heels on the great stage at Radio City.

Ray Price
Lowes Branson Town USA Theater
No schedule announced for 1999.

Red Hot & Blue
Loews Branson Town USA Theater
Pending

Remember When Show with Jimmie Rodgers
IMAX Entertainment Complex
New for 1999 -   Sit up close & personal in the Remember When Theater with musical legend Jimmie Rodgers sharing forty-one years of memories from his 38 Top-Ten hits. An unforgettable, intimate one-on-one experience inside the new and nostalgic 210 seat "Remember When Theatre". Plus  never released songs that will touch your heart such as "Daddy Are We There Yet", "The Flying Saucer Song" and "The Blue Light" written by Jimmie for Frank Sinatra. You'll have the time of your life singing along with Jimmie's smash hits: Honeycomb, Bimbombey, Kisses Sweeter Than Wine, It's Over, Oh-Oh, I'm Falling in Love Again, The Long Hot Summer, Secretly, Tucumcari, Are You Really Mine, Child of Clay.

Ronnie Prophet Show
Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Theatre
Pickin' Parlor Theatre
This is the place to be if you enjoy country classics, hilarious comedy, guitar instrumentals, and hand-clappin' gospel music. Ronnie's breakfast show features the comedy of Bessie Bugg, Grand Old Opry guitar player, Ray Wix, and the vocalizing of Ronnie and his talented wife, Glory-Anne. Ronnie and Glory-Anne greet everyone before and after the show. A full breakfast buffet is available.

Roy Clark Show
Lowes Branson Town USA Theater
Pending

Shepherd of the Hills Play
Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Theatre
The Shepherd of the Hills outdoor pageant, based on the best selling novel, involves 80 actors, 25 horses, 3 buggies, and 4 wagons. The show is unlike any other in Branson.  It combines drama, intrigue, humor, romance, action and music. It incorporates the history and heritage of turn-of-the-century Branson.  Amphitheater seating.

The Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Theatre, located in the Shepherd of the Hills Holmstead, features America's longest running outdoor drama.

Shoji Tabuchi
Shoji Tabuchi Theatre
The hottest show, hottest ticket in Branson.  Superb family entertainment.  An elaborate show with laser light effects,magic carpets, fog machines.  Shoji, one of the greatest entertainers in the world, is joined by his wife Dorothy and daughter Christina.  Shoji's fiddle playing is only topped by the smile on his face.  He truly enjoys entertaining and his 18-piece orchestra, one of the best, clearly show their enjoyment of him and the show.  It's a top-notch show with class. Lots of dancing, plenty of music including Broadway, jazz, bluegrass, Disney, pop, classical, Latin, Big Band, gospel, and patriotic.

Shoji and cast members often come down to the audience, during intermission, to sign autographs and chat.  That is when he isn't in the men's room playing pool.

Showboat Branson Belle
Breakfast Cruise and Show
Start your day being served a hearty breakfast while enjoying the "Showboat Follies" featuring the vocal harmonies of the Brett Family Singers, the award-winning talents of Bob Nichols, and the Paddlewheel Ramblers, a five piece Dixieland band.

Showboat Branson Belle
Lunch Cruise - Spring
(Apr 2 - June 5)
With a leisurely cruise, and great lunch served at your table, enjoy the "Showboat Follies".  The Follies features the ventriloquism of Todd Oliver & Friends and harmony of the Brett Family Singers performing everything from Broadway to gospel songs.  The lunch cruise also showcases the talents of the Paddlewheel Ramblers playing up a lot of that Dixieland Swing music.

Showboat Branson Belle
Lunch Cruise - Summer
(June 7 - Sept 6)
No fast food here, enjoy delicious fare, served at your table, as you cruise to the world of Fantastique.  On the Summer Family Fun Cruise, "Cirque Fantastic" takes center stage.  The world of Fantastique is an imaginary kingdom where children are princes and princesses.  The show combines artistry, elegance and grace with comedy that's perfect for the entire family.  On deck the children and people of all ages get to interact with the performers.  The talented circus performers serve up unforgettable acrobatic feats and comedy.  An unforgettable fun experience.

Showboat Branson Belle
Lunch Cruise - Fall/Winter
(Sept - Jan 1)
With a leisurely cruise and great lunch, served at your table, enjoy the "Showboat Follies".  The Follies features the ventriloquism of Todd Oliver & Friends and harmony of the Brett Family Singers performingeverything from Broadway to gospel songs.  The lunch cruise also showcases the talents of the Paddlewheel Ramblers playing up a lot of that Dixieland Swing music.

Showboat Branson Belle
Sight Seeing Cruise - No Show
Verify times when you make your reservations.
Pending.

Early Dinner Cruise - No Show
Showboat Branson Belle
Verify times when you make your reservations.
Pending.

Early Escape Cruise
Showboat Branson Belle
(Mar 31 - Dec 18)
(4:30 pm - 6:45 pm)
Show with no food.
Verify times when you make your reservations.
Pending.

Showboat Branson Belle
Sunset Dinner Cruise
(Apr 10 - Dec 18)
(8:00 pm - 10:30 pm)
As the sun sinks low in the west, sit back and relax and return to the days of the old river showboats.  Your dinner is served in nostalgic ambience and your show is about to begin.  "Steppin' Out" offers an enchanting evening of pure delight.  The astounding talent that takes the stage keeps audiences returning again and again.  "Steppin' Out" takes the audience on a musical journey through the past 100 years of great songs.  It's and evening of nostalgic, romantic music and entertainment guaranteed to charm guests of all ages.
 

Sons of the Pioneers
Moe Bandy Theatre
Bestowed with the title, "National Treasures", the Sons of the Pioneers are introducing the new generation to the romance of the Old West and great music, and the older folks relive those Saturday morning Westerns with Roy and Gabby. This legendary group, though none of the originals, entertain with a diversity of ragtime, western swing, Dixieland, gospel and big band. Their classic harmonies are heard in their signature numbers, "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds" and "Cool Water". A superb show, a tribute to their founding member, the late Roy Rogers.

Spirit of the Dance Show
The Grand Mansion
"Spirit of the Dance" is a breathtaking production combining show-stopping Irish dance with a passionate storyline and hauntingly beautiful love songs as the ethereal Spirit searches for her true love. "Spirit of the Dance" stars the Irish International Dance Company which is one of the most dynamic dance troupes in the world.

Sunday Gospel Jubilee
76 Music Hall
The musical Bacon Family will lift your spirits with an old fashioned southern Gospel quartet, rousing vocals and comedy.  Gospel medleys, favorite old hymns, and inspirational songs, both old and new, fill the 76 Music Hall.

T.G. Shepperd
Lowes BransonTown USA Theater
T.G. Sheppard, known for "Devil In The Bottle" and "Fooled Around And Fell In Love" performs some of his hits of the past and many new country favorites.

Texans Show
Dogwood Theatre
The Dogwood Theater with it's music show is closed in 1999.

Tony Melendez
Remington Theatre
For the 1999 season, Tony Melendez' morning show, "A Gift of Hope", is inspirational music filled with hope.  Joining Tony, as a regular in the show, is the popular local favorite Red Neckers (Keith Allen).

Twilight Dinner Cruise - No Show
Showboat Branson Belle
Dinner cruise on the Showboat Branson Belle.

Two From Gallilee
Promise Theatre
The musical story of Mary and Joseph before the birth of Jesus. Using theatrical charm, Two from Galilee brings endearing characters to life in a sweeping story of love that transcends time.

VanBurch Magical Extravaganza
VanBurch Palace of Mystery
New for 1998 The "Kirby VanBurch Prince of Magic Show" with illusionist, Kirby VanBurch now has it's own theater "ThePalace of Mystery." The theater was formerly the Gettysburg Theater. One of Kirby's illusions was featured on the NBC Special"The Worlds Greatest Magic IV."

Wayne Newton Show
Wayne Newton Theatre
previously known as Talk of the Town Theatre
The shows are upbeat, fast-paced, family-oriented. The headliners are joined by professional bands, singers, and dancers.Newton is booked frequently throughout the season when not appearing in other venues such as Las Vegas or Atlantic City. All the hits and great oldies are performed along with new upbeat songs. The shows aren't extravaganzas, they're simple, filled with quality and class.

Welk Show
Welk Champagne Theatre
In the 2,300 seat Champagne Theatre enjoy a recreation of The Lawrence Welk Show, one of America's greatest musical variety shows.  A lavish fulfilled extravaganza with Welk Musical Family guest stars, and the incomparable 20 piece Lawrence Welk Orchestra playing favorite waltzes, polkas, and Big Band and Broadway tunes.  Wunnerful, Wunnerful!

Wild, Wild, West Show
Wild West Theatre
Notice - The Wild Wild West Show at the Wild West Theatre is closed as of September 1999 due to the departure of Sunny Peterson.  There is no indication that the show will reopen or if any other act will take over the theater for the remainder of the 1999 season.

The classic musical-comedy. The star Sunny Peterson rides onto the stage on Buckshot, her Appaloosa. The Wild Bunch,four hunky cowboys, sing and dance with the vivacious cowgirls. It's a great show filled with great country songs, some surprises,shootouts, a mechanical bull, even a ballet number. It's pure entertainment that doesn't have to rely on special effects.

Yakov Smirnoff Show
Yakovs American Pavilion
Russian born comedian Yakov Smirnoff delights audiences with his views on various subjects of his adopted home, America.  His show is good clean fun, he is joined by his wife and children.
 

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