June
14

Home Free – This Friday!

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logo The Mansion Theatre
189 Expressway Lane
Branson, MO   65616

You don’t want to miss “HOME FREE” at The Mansion Theatre this Friday, June 16 at 8 pm. Great Seats are still available!

Hailing from Minnesota, Home Free is the world’s premiere country all-vocal band. They have performed thousands of shows over the years and across the country since their initial founding in 2000. In 2013, Home Free won Season 4 of NBC’s The Sing Off, catapulting them into national stardom.

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September
29
logo Marvell Productions
marvellpro@yahoo.com
James Marvell
813-505-4966
p.o. box 151952
Tampa , FL   33684-1952

Joanne Cash, James Marvell and CGMA Int. Convention

The Country Gospel Music Association is all about Love. First of all it’s about the love of our Savior Jesus Christ and sharing His love through entertainment, song and music. This beautiful organization embraces musicians at any level of their career and loves, encourages and enjoys seeing their talent blossom by sharing their love for the Lord and others through their music.
The Annual International CGMA Convention will be held in Branson MO at the Stone Castle Hotel, October 3rd through 8th. James Marvell a former Branson entertainer, one of the first members of CGMA with a history of Theater Worship Services in Branson is honored to be part of the worship, fellowship and fun which is always a part of the convention. Marvell will be performing his November release “Time For Anew” written  by Dennis DiChiaro. Johnny Cash’s sister Joanne Cash will join James Marvell on the song by way of digital technology.
The 20th International Country Gospel Music Association Convention is free to the public. Come help us celebrate. We hope to bless everyone with worship through great country gospel music.

Monday-Saturday, International Showcases awards and more start at 5:00 pm daily.
For more information call 800-677-6906 or 417-335-4700
The Stone Castle Hotel
3050 Green Mountain Drive
Branson, MO 65616

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September
29

Red Hot & Blue

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logo Clay Cooper Theatre
3216 W. 76 Country Blvd.
Branson, MO   65616

Red, Hot & Blue features multi-talented entertainers that take your group through the decades with over 100 costume changes, hilarious wigs, reminiscent video footage, and more! From Big Bands to Boy Bands and the Beatles to the Bee Gees, don’t miss this high-energy, non-stop performance guaranteed to make you tap your toes.

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September
15

New for King’s Castle Theatre 2017

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King's Castle Theatre
2701 W. 76 Country Blvd
Branson, MO   65616

Broadway’s Greatest Hits
This is Branson’s most dazzling musical extravaganza for 2017!
It’s the all singing, all dancing, glittering salute to the best of Broadway.

Direct from London, England, Broadway’s Greatest Hits, is the smash hit that brings you fabulous, exciting highlights of the greatest Broadway musicals of the last 50 years. Imagine visiting New York City and wishing you could see all of your favorite shows in one evening – now you CAN with Broadway’s Greatest Hits at the King’s Castle Theatre.

This glamorous show takes you on a fast paced musical journey to New York City to experience nearly fifty musical arrangements from over twenty-five different Broadway classics.

You’ll enjoy spectacular highlights from some of the greatest Broadway Musicals of all time including 42nd Street, Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Cats, Chicago, Oklahoma, My Fair Lady, A Chorus Line, Wicked, Hairspray, Momma Mia… and many more!

This breathtaking production is the number one must see in Branson.

King’s Castle Theatre
2701 West 76 Country Blvd
Branson, MO 65616

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September
13

Branson, Mo. — “Raiding the Country Vault” arrived in Branson to great fanfare, opening at The Mansion Theatre in early May. Rising quickly to the #4 slot for Branson shows/attractions on TripAdvisor, the show has received great reviews on the popular social media site — “This show was awesome! It took us from the earliest country music to very recent. The musician performers were fantastic! All had major credentials, and together formed a brilliant, perfect cast. This show is at the very top of my list, and I’ve seen a lot of fabulous Branson and New York shows! See this show! You won’t be disappointed!” according to a recent post by DHarris.
The show was a longtime vision of Sir Harry Cowell and music industry legend Simon-Napier Bell, former manager of the Yardbirds and Wham. The production brings chart-topping Nashville stars together with musicians who have played behind Country music’s most iconic acts, performing a set list featuring the biggest hits and the history of America’s most beloved music genre.
“Having the most talented lineup of performers is essential to putting on a show like ‘Raiding the Country Vault’,” said Producer Sir Harry Cowell. “The songs performed are definitive country music hits and all of our musicians have the extraordinary skill and experience to bring that music to life.”

“Raiding The Country Vault” delivers Country music’s most renowned favorites by legendary artists including: Conway Twitty, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Buck Owens, Charlie Daniels Band, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Dwight Yoakum, George Strait and many, many more. The impressive lineup of stars in “Raiding The Country Vault” features Musical Director Michael Peterson on lead vocals and guitar, best loved for his #1 hits “Drink, Swear, Steal & Lie” and “From Here To Eternity”; Colt Prather on lead vocals and lead guitar, who has worked with Alan Jackson and Ronnie Milsap; Michelle Poe on lead vocals and bass, who has worked with Brooks & Dunn and Hank Williams Jr.; Billy Yates on lead vocals and guitar, best known as a hit songwriter for George Strait, Kenny Chesney, George Jones and many others; Danielle Peck on lead vocals best known for her hits “Finding A Good Man” and “I Don’t.” Backing up these artists is an all-star band that has shared the stage with the biggest names in Country music for decades and features Steve Ramsey on keys; Scott Kwapaszeski on pedal steel and banjo; Derrek Phillips on drums and two-time “Fiddler of The Year,” Branson’s very own, Melody Hart.
October 1 is the last performance of the 2016 season and the show will re-open in Branson mid-March 2017 at THE STARLITE THEATRE The producers are also planning to bring in “Raiding the Rock Vault” from Las Vegas for select summer dates. “Raiding the Rock Vault” features musicians from famous bands in classic rock that recreate the timeless music of an entire generation.

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September
12

Mystique Opening Night!

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A new Magic show is opening in Branson this weekend at the Music City Center! “Mystique” is a brand new show in Branson Missouri featuring many classics of magic along with mystifying illusions and death defying escapes. And the 1st 2 nights are FREE to locals on Friday September 16 & Saturday September 17 at 8 pm.

mystique

 

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August
25
logo Clay Cooper Theatre
3216 W. 76 Country Blvd.
Branson, MO   65616

The Urban Cowboy Reunion Show Fulfills Mel Tillis’ Schedule at Clay Cooper Theatre

Kathy of Mel Tillis Enterprises has informed Clay Cooper that Mel Tillis will need more time to recover from his extensive surgery. “Mel is still on the mend. I have no doubt he will fully recover, just taking longer than expected or hoped.” The family and friends of Mel Tillis would like to thank all the family, friends, and fans for the outpouring of love, support, and prayers as Mel continues to recover from his surgery.
As Mel continues to get well, his good friends Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee will be filling in for their friend at the Clay Cooper Theatre, celebrating their 35th Anniversary with the Urban Cowboy Reunion, October 3- December 1. These two country music legends will give you a night to remember as they bring back some of their chart topping songs completed with memories of the 1980 hit movie, Urban Cowboy. Gilley and Lee have earned an outstanding 38 Chart singles with 20 #1 hits including Gilley’s “Room Full of Roses”, “Don’t the Girls all Get Prettier at Closing Time,” and Lee’s “Cherokee Fiddle” and “Lookin’ for Love”. Sharing 10 years of their music careers together, these two are sure to put on an evening of great music, fun memories, and incredible entertainment!
Clay Cooper said, “We are really going to miss Mel this year! He has kept our theatre crew laughing and my boys love him. We ask for continued prayers for a full recovery for our buddy.” As for the Urban Cowboy Reunion, Cooper added, “I had the pleasure of working with Johnny Lee during my Country Tonite days and I’ve spent a lot of time with my pal, Mickey, during the tragic loss of our great friend Joey Riley. I’m looking forward to seeing these two country music legends appear on stage together.”
Again, we ask you for continued prayers for Mel and his family. We hope to see Mel on stage again soon!

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July
5
logo Janee Clark
groups1@claycoopertheatre.com
Clay Cooper Theatre
877-317-2604
http://claycoopertheatre.com
3216 W. 76 Country Blvd.
Branson, MO   65616

Kidz Roc, a show by Kids & about Kids…for ALL ages!! Kidz Roc is an explosion of dance, singing, cirque performances, musicians and more. The best talent from around the country will blow you away! Limited engagement, don’t miss it!!

Saturday, July 23rd, 1pm & 4pm and Sunday July 24th @ 1pm at the Clay Cooper Theatre! For reservations, call 417-332-2529

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June
20

A Trans-Siberian Experience

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logo Music City Centre
1835 W Hwy 76
Branson, MO   65616

World Renowned Rock Opera Mixes with State-of-the-Art Technology to Bring New Entertainment and Younger Audiences to Branson This Season

(BRANSON, MO) — In an epic union of 21st century technology and classic music brilliance, the Branson Music City Centre opens the 2016 season with a rock opera in tribute to the world-famous Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

The show, which raised its curtains at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 5, is poised to breathe fresh air into the Branson entertainment scene, alluring a younger audience and families.

The theatre, redesigned with a “Digitally Immersive” technology, will be the first and only of its kind in the Branson area. The technology incorporates a jumbo 150-foot wide by 40-foot high digital projection set that is designed to play 180-degrees around the theatre, literally immersing the audience in scenes from the storylines that correspond with the music.

“The immersion allows the audience to see, feel, hear, and think the music,” said Martin Mitchell, General Manager of the theatre. “There will also be a front and rear projection video mapping special effects solution that will deliver state-of-the-art live action special effects that really have to be seen to believe or understand.”

The Immersion Theatre technology is the brainchild of Holoworx Productions. This theatre technology is only in 11 venues worldwide, two of those in the United States. Branson is one of them.

Complimenting and launching the technology is the St. Louis group, Denial 3. Touring as a Tribute to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Denial 3’s theatrical performances have been igniting stages nationwide for the last nine years. The founder and lead guitarist of Denial 3 has been endorsed by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

“Because of the nature of our show, the music genre, the technology that goes into building an immersive experience, we know that people 8 to 80 years old will want to come,” says Martin Mitchell, General Manager. “No one else offers this type of show or technology. We believe it will get our audience excited and keep them coming back to Branson.”

 

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March
25

Hot Rods & High Heels (fabulous 50’s)

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3216 W. 76 Country Blvd.
Branson, MO   65616

Get your glad rags on! We’re going to the 1950’s! Clay Cooper Theatre is excited to take you down memory lane with our NEW show, Hot Rods & High Heels, to revel one of the greatest music eras of all time.

Celebrating poodle skirts, sock hops, soda shops, and teenage love, our cast is sure to stir up some fond memories of “the good ol’ days!” Join us for a couple hours of pure entertainment, reminiscing the songs and dances that will get you boppin’ in…and maybe out of your seat! It’s great family fun entertainment for all ages!

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