It's a Party from the moment you walk into the theatre and receive your "60's Love Beads," to dancing to all those "Crazy 60's Dances," to seeing the 60's come alive on stage. You will be taken "up, up & away" in this fast-paced , high-energy, full production show highlighting everything that was wonderful about this fabulous era of music and dance.
If you love the Doo Wop music of the 1950s and 1960s, then this is the show to see in Branson! The Doo Wop & Chico Vegas Drifters Show in Branson includes a tribute to Johnnie Moore's 1962 Drifters. Also in this great show are Vinny and the Belmonts plus Darnell Dante paying tribute to the great Jerry Butler. And, you won't want to miss Sade Shine's tributes to Etta James and the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. This show features special guest appearances, too. Come to downtown Branson and get your rama-lama-ding-dong going!
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles with Liverpool Legends "The Complete Beatles Experience!" This group will perform songs spanning the entire career of The Beatles and on through the solo years. With precise attention to every musical detail, along with costume changes, vintage instruments and special effects, The Liverpool Legends will make you feel like you are watching the real thing!
Mike Walker is music in human form. Whether he's singing his own music or doing impressions of our favorite stars, when he hits the stage you will be totally entertained. Close your eyes and you won't know if it's the original singer or Mike. Mike Walker impersonates over 50 characters and has toured the country and shared the stage with Brooks-N-Dunn, Toby Keith, Montgomery Gentry, Keith Urban, Lonestar, Mickey Gilley, The Bellamy Brothers, the Coasters, Alabama, Dr. Hook and others. Don't miss Mike on stage in Branson!
If you're looking for some great Motown music in Branson, plan on visiting an intimate downtown theatre for the MOTOWN DOWNTOWN SHOW. Rico "J" Johnson emcees the show and it features tributes to the Temptations, Four Tops, Dee Dee Vega performing as Tina Turner, Frederick Berry's tribute to Lionel Ritchie, Kirk Hunter as Marvin Gaye and Kevin Dogan's tribute to Stevie Wonder. Rico is a special performer himself, with a ton of spirit and enthusiasm to pump up the audience. Let him take you back when music was really music as you enjoy some of Motown's greatest hits.
Join this show for a nostalgic trip down memory lane to celebrate the hit songs of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons, whose fascinating story unfolds in a production-style journey through history.
#1 Hits of the 60’s Christmas Show is a must see! This trip down memory lane will include all of your favorite Christmas songs performed "60's style" as well as all of the classic 60's tunes you know and love. A talented seven member cast illustrates the highs and lows of this tumultuous period by performing more than ninety songs - all of which were either #1 hits or on the Top 40 Billboard charts from 1960 through 1969.
Enjoy a power-house show that will have you rocking out to some of the best songs from groups you grew up listening to. Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bob Seger, Rolling Stones, Eagles, Spencer Davis Group, Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, McCoys, Animals, Buckinghams, Rascals, Turtles, Doors, Mitch Ryder, Dave Clark Five, Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave, and Otis Redding are just a few that that should jog your memory.
The classic baritone of Bill Medley returns to Branson this year as part of this "BootDaddy" concert series. Get your tickets NOW, because Bill is only performing in Branson on two dates in May.
The California Dreamin' Show in Branson provides easy listening feel-good ballads of the musical folk renaissance, along with many of the up beat and just plain fun songs that filled the radio airwaves of back then. It creates a truly touching walk down memory lane that will take you back and move you forward.
Remember the sounds of Motown's Glory Days. This show offers a variety of styles, including Doo Wop and the unique harmonies created by the Platters with such classics as "Only You," "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, " "Twilight Time," and "My Prayer." Remember the innocent time of hot cars, drive-in movies, sock hops, slow dancing and your first kiss with...The Platters!
Make your way to Branson and hear the hottest duo “Brother South” as they cut loose on some of your favorite Rock & Roll, Rock-A-Billy, and Honky Tonk classics. The show will feature hits by many artists including Richie Valens, Roy Orbison, Eagles, Alabama, Exile, Jerry Lee, Carl Perkins, Chuck Berry, Travis Tritt, George Strait, Brooks and Dunn, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Restless Heart, Garth Brooks and many others.
Head to Branson and see Elvis' cousin, Jerry Presley, perform some of Elvis' greatest hits! He's back with his own Vegas Style Show performing the songs from Elvis' "Madison Square Garden" and "Aloha from Hawaii" concerts. Add to that his memorable gospel songs, and you will be mesmerized for 90 minutes.
Enjoy some of America's greatest hit songs, courtesy of Motown's Mary Wilson of the legendary Supremes. Branson will be rocking in late September! This show also stars two time Comedy Magician of the Year Chipper Lowell.
This show is a Little Bit Country and a Whole Lot of Rock 'n' Roll. Enjoy some of America's greatest hits plus unforgettable Osmond hits. The Osmonds are joined on stage of The Hits Show by two time Comedy Magician of the Year, Chipper Lowell.
The music of The Lettermen is timeless. They first hit the music charts in 1961 with "The Way You Look Tonight" and followed that with another chart-topper, "When I Fall In Love." Since then, there have been numerous top selling hits and 50 years of great music from these fabulous entertainers.
This holiday, join this show for a nostalgic trip down memory lane to celebrate the hit songs of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons, whose fascinating story unfolds in a production-style journey through history.
Get tickets for the high-energy Bill Chrastil Show in Branson. If you like 50s and 60s rock & roll and classic country, you'll love Bill Chrastil. His production features aalutes to Neil Diamond, Tom Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Conway Twitty and - of course - Elvis.