The "Best of Neil Sedaka – His Music, His Legacy" show is a delightful treat for fans of pop music. Sedaka heavily influenced the pop music genre for over three decades, and this concert showcases his greatest hits. Along with "Calendar Girl" and "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do," you'll hear "Top of the World" and more songs by The Carpenters and other major pop groups.
You can catch this show from September through November at Jerry Presley's God and Country Theater in Branson. The venue is a former movie theater, so it's known for its particularly comfortable seating. If you have time before or after the show, you may want to browse the souvenirs at the on-site gift shop, and you can grab a bite to eat at the refreshments area. Make sure to see the theater's Elvis exhibit, too.
Children ages 12 and under receive free admission for this event, and a family pass is available for two adults and up to three kids. In addition, veterans are eligible for discounted tickets. When you attend this concert, you can wear casual or dressy attire.
If you enjoy the "Best of Neil Sedaka" show in Branson, don't leave town without seeing some of the area's other tribute shows. You could stop by the Jerry Presley "Elvis Live" show, and you might also enjoy "Legends in Concert," Liverpool Legends," "Doo Wop & More," "3 Dog Night Road to Shambala" and the ABBA tribute show. For more tunes by The Carpenters, head to "Carpenters Once More."
This tribute show features Neil Sedaka's most popular hits. As a singer, pianist, and composer, Sedaka influenced pop music for over 30 years. In addition to featuring Sedaka's iconic songs, this performance includes songs by The Carpenters, on some of whose music he collaborated.
As a surprise for the audience, special guests share the stage for some of the tunes.
During the show, you'll hear "Calendar Girl," "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do," "We've Only Just Begun," "Top of the World," and many more tunes.
This concert series is performed at Jerry Presley's God and Country Theater in Branson. The venue is located at 1840 W 76 Country Blvd.
This show runs from September through November. Throughout the season, shows are held on Wednesdays and Fridays. All shows start at 10 a.m.
Yes, this concert is appropriate for all ages. Many kids enjoy the energy of the songs, and children will discover lots of new music at this performance.
You can wear either casual or dressy clothing for this event.
Yes, accessible seating is available at the theater.
Parking is free for all customers, and there are parking lots behind and adjacent to the theater.
Yes, tickets are available at 1-800-785-1610.
Prices do not include tax.
Prices do not include tax.
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Family pass is for 2 adults and up to 3 children ages 0-19.
Special Veteran Rate is for Veteran and Spouse
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