Black Friday – make it fun in Branson!

The day after Thanksgiving, millions of Americans descend on stores to shop. For Christmas. For bargains. For gifts. For things they need themselves. News the next day is filled with reports comparing sales to last year’s. Retailers are happy. Shoppers are happy. Well, some of them. But if you spend Thanksgiving in Branson, Black Friday…

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From the Beatles to Johnny Mathis and the Gatlin Brothers the Mansion Theatre is exciting entertainment

“The Mansion Theatre in Branson has not only a very beautiful theatre to look at, but it is also one of the few major theatres that has regularly scheduled shows most mornings, afternoons and evenings,” said Levi Kurtright, Director of Marketing for Branson Tourism Center, one of Branson’s largest and most respected providers of show…

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“Keeping Christ in Christmas” – Branson’s 62nd Adoration Parade and Route Map

A 62 year old Branson Christmas tradition will continue with the 62nd Adoration Nativity Scene Lighting Ceremony and Parade starting at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday December 5. The Adoration Nativity Scene Lighting Ceremony will be conducted near the intersection of Commercial and Main Streets in historic downtown Branson starting at 5:00 p.m. with the parade…

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What is Branson’s Ozark Mountain Christmas?

“What exactly is ‘Ozark Mountain Christmas?”, Tammy Johnson, the Director of Operations for the Branson Tourism Center was asked. She replied, “It’s not just one thing. It is a unique Branson wide celebration of the true spirit of Christmas that has been celebrated for over two decades.” “From Branson Landing on the shores of Lake…

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Unique chance to make Branson history with the Baldknobbers

As the celebration of the first 50 years of live music show in Branson comes near its end, Paul Miller, General Manager, Branson Tourism Center, reminds us that those 50 years of history all started with the one small country music show in historic downtown Branson, the “Baldknobber Jamboree.” It was started in a small…

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