Branson Missouri considers itself the entertainment capital of the South, and rightly so. Each March and April, this mecca becomes alive with family entertainment..
In 2010 the Titantic is still a draw. It is the largest museum of this kind. The 90 minute tour now includes a visit with the dogs of the Titantic. Molly and Carter, the mascots, will greet visitors this year, along with other passengers of the ship. There are over 400 rare artifacts on display pertaining to the final voyage. Touch the iceberg and feel the fate that the ship experienced.
Island Fire is a new show to Branson. It features Polynesian entertainment at its best. This show is at the Dutton Theater and information can be obtained by calling 417-332-2772.
Ricky Boen and the Texas Mud are appearing at the Hamner Barber Theater. They offer the best of Texas Swing music. Call 888-335-2080 for show times, admission prices, etc.
Moe Bandy returns this year with an whole new show, featuring country music mixed with comedic talent. Call 417-272-9MOE for additional information.
Joey Riley with his Get R Done band performs a matinee show. This show promises to be entertaining for the entire family. It features both comedy and music that will delight young and old. For reservations call 800-334-1936.
The Duttons return, also. They were one of the top ten finalists on NBC’s America”s Got Talent. They perform another year of top notch entertainment. Call 417-332-2772 for details of performance times and admission prices.
The Comedy Jamboree at the Grand Country Music Hall offers audience members an opportunity to share a laugh a minute. Shows are offered twice a day. For reservations call 417-335-2484.
Buck Trent is another returnee, known as Mr. Banjo. He has appeared on the Porter Wagner Show and Hee Haw.
Reservations for this show can be obtained by calling 417-334-3919.
A new attraction to the Branson entertainment scene is the Amazing Pets Show, featuring “skilled dogs and trained house-cats.” This is according to their recent brochure. Sean Paul is the ring leader of the animals, along with his trusty side kick, Frankie, a trained monkey. This show guarantees to entertain all of the pet lovers. For more information call 417-334-2484.
Tony Roi presents the Elvis Experience. Roi is a BMG recording artist, whose voice and mannerisms resemble the famous Elvis. He has been voted Branson Entertainer of the Year for five years. More information can be obtained by calling 417-339-4663.
Presley’s Country Jubilee guarantees entertainment of its best every season. This is a 4 generation family show. Each year the show gets better with comedy, gospel and country music. For more information call 417-334-4874.
The Twelve Irish Tenors bring a little of Ireland to the Missouri countryside. Their renditions of many of the favorite songs provide an entertaining evening.
Not to be done, the Spirit of the Dance, plays in Branson. This Irish dance troupe has performed all over the world, and offers a spirited show for Branson visitors.
His Life, the Musical presents a spirited journeyy in the life of Jesus Christ. The twelve performers who put on the show will make this show a rewarding experience.
The Grand Palace headlines the Oak Ridge Boys, Martina McBride, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Leann Rhimes, and Charley Pride. The dates and admission prices can be obtained by contacting the Grand Palace in Branson.
The Gatlin Brothers, Marty Haggard, Kenny G., Vicki Lawrence, and Restless Heart also plan to perform this season in Branson.
For more information on lodging, shows, and other attractions in Branson, contact the Branson Chamber of Commerce at BransonChamber.com.