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You saw them on TV...
You voted to make them famous...
Now see them live in Branson!
You can see 15 talented performers all summer long...Major stars from American Idol like: Lee Dewyze (2009 Winner), Reuban Studdard (Season 2 Winner), Blake Lewis (Runner-Up Season 6), Bo Bice (Season 4 Runner-Up), Plus Ace Young, Diana Degarmo, Eliott Yamin, Vonzell Solomon, Scott Savol, Thia Megia and many more!
The first group starts Monday, May 14th... be there to see Lee DeWyze, Blake Lewis, Elliott Yamin, Kimberly Caldwell and Thia Megia open the HOTTEST New Show in Branson!!! Plus the show is Hosted by Impressionist Pete Peterkin...Finalist in 2009 on "America's Got Talent".
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Tuesday, December 6, 2011
2011 Last Call
The fun, color and excitement of the attractions, Christmas Lighting displays, shopping, and many other activities continues until December 31. Although some of Branson’s most popular shows will be performing through December 31, 60 Branson shows will be ending their
2011 seasons by December 17.
Schedule your Branson Vacation today.........Last Call!
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Branson Named One of the Top 10 Destinations for Holiday Lights
Top 10 Destinations for Holiday Lights
From dazzling Disney displays to brilliant boat parades, these 10 destinations mark a spectacular start to the holiday season.
By Elissa Richard
#6 Branson, MO
Nestled in southwestern Missouri’s scenic Ozark Mountains, the city of Branson transforms into a veritable winter wonderland each holiday season, bursting at the seams with lavish light displays and dozens of Christmas spirit-infused shows and events. For the most gleeful glitz, head to the 1880s-style theme park Silver Dollar City, site of “An Old Time Christmas,” with an elaborate light-and-music show showcasing no fewer than 4 million radiant lights and 1,000 decorated Christmas trees. Highlights include the musically inclined 5-story Special Effects Christmas Tree, which, along with the surrounding square, beams with over a million lights that “dance” to select Christmas tunes; there’s also a holiday light parade with light-embellished musical floats that runs twice each evening (now–December 30, closed Christmas Eve and Christmas; park admission of $55 adults and $45 ages 4 to 11 applies; http://www.silverdollarcity.com/).
Shift gear for some yuletide cheer at the “Branson Area Festival of Lights Drive-Through,” a mile-long drive set aglow with some 175 luminous displays (now–January 2; $12 per vehicle; www.explorebranson.com), or opt for the “Trail of Lights,” winding through a 160-acre historic homestead, complete with themed sections, holiday music, and more than 4 million colorful Christmas lights – don’t miss the “Santa’s-eye view” from the atop the 230-foot-high tower (now–January 2; $10 adults, $5 ages 4 to 16; www.trailoflights.com).
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