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Prepare for multiple Elvis sightings in Branson during the 12th Annual Branson Elvis Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jill Heppner 417-339-3003 ext.3010 The 12th Annual Branson Elvis Festival will be held at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater April 13-15, 2018. The highlight of the festival, the Ultimate Elvis® Tribute Artist Contest™, will take place on Saturday, April 14th at 7 pm. This contest is one of a select […]

Clay Cooper’s Country Express Show Opens Friday, March 9th

Clay Cooper’s Country Express Show Opens Friday, March 9th @ 7:30 pm! Clay Cooper’s Country Express offers high-energy live music, singing, dancing, and hysterical comedy – Clay Cooper shares the stage with 24 entertainers, whose unbelievable talent, hysterical comedy, and down-home personality bring our guests back time and time again. Don’t miss our Ten amazing […]

The Duttons launch new television series on RFD TV

The Dutton family, stars of one of Branson’s most popular shows The Duttons, will launch a weekly TV series, The Duttons Through the Years, on Friday March 9. The show will be on RFD-TV and will feature The Duttons performing at their theater in Branson, Missouri along with highlights from three decades of exciting and […]

Announcing Legends in Concert’s Spring Lineup

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jill Heppner 417-339-3003 ext.3010 BRANSON, MO — (FEB 2, 2018) — Legends in Concert is heating up the stage with our spring lineup at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater! The Four Tops, Johnny Cash, Martina McBride, The Blues Brothers™ and Elvis will be performing February 2-May22. We are extremely excited […]

Mount Pleasant Winery – Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Wine 101 class

This year, Fat Tuesday is Feb. 13th and of course Valentine’s Day is Feb. 14th. We are going to combine both holidays and have a FAT VALENTINE’S DAY CLASS on February 17th at 2:00 pm!!!! Buy 1 get 1 FREE Wine 101 class!!! Only $15 for 2 people!!!! Come celebrate Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day […]


College of the Ozarks will honor Veterans with numerous events and ceremonies during the week of and prior to Veterans Day, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. “At College of the Ozarks, we celebrate Veterans every day of the year, but we love Veterans Week as a time to honor and show our thanks to the brave […]


BRANSON, Mo. – One lane of Highway 165/265 across Table Rock Dam will be closed for a periodic inspection of the spillway tainter gates from 6:30 a.m. till 5 p.m.Nov. 1, weather permitting. The closure is being coordinated with emergency services and law enforcement agencies.  Officials from the Army Corps of Engineers Table Rock Project Office […]

Roundabout Lane Closure on Branson Landing Boulevard

The City of Branson Engineering Department will be closing one lane of traffic on Branson Landing Boulevard at the Roundabout near Cox Hospital on Tuesday, October 17 from 2:00 p.m. through 10:00 p.m. This lane closure will provide working space for a crane to place the 80′ Christmas tree on the main flagpole in the […]


Due to the ongoing fire restoration at The Shoji Tabuchi Theatre in Branson, Missouri, The Shoji Tabuchi Family has announced today that they will be unable to re-open the theatre for the remaining 2017 season. The Shoji Theater will be celebrating their 30th year anniversary and are so very excited and looking forward to performing […]

Branson’s Stockstill Park to Reopen

The City of Branson’s Stockstill Park will reopen to the public on Friday, October 6. The park has been closed since May 27 after being heavily damaged by flood waters from nearby Roark Creek. The park has been affected by flooding four times over the past two years while City leaders continue to look for options for the park's future.

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