If you'd like to hear Branson's top music stars, "The Gambler" is an ideal place to start! The show is presented by Rick McEwen and his friends, and it includes country, rock, bluegrass, and gospel hits. Rick is a 35-year veteran of Branson's music industry, and he has been inducted into the Traditional Country Music Hall of Fame.
During the show, Rick delights audiences with his vocal talents and his wonderful bass playing. Rick was nominated for Branson's Male Vocalist of the Year Award. In addition, he was recognized for his outstanding bass playing with Branson's Bass Player of the Year Award, an award that he won twice.
"The Gambler" is performed at Branson's Little Opry Theatre. The venue is located inside the IMAX Entertainment Complex, and you can enjoy shops and restaurants before or after the show. If you can, try to arrive 30 minutes before the performance begins.
If you enjoy seeing "The Gambler," don't leave Branson without hearing some more country and gospel music! You might enjoy "Clay Cooper's Country Express" and "Down Home Country." If you enjoy comedy with your gospel tunes, make sure you see "Smoke on the Mountain," an off-Broadway musical.
What Is "The Gambler?"
This show is performed by Rick McEwen, a talented vocalist and bass player. Rick has been performing in Branson for 35 years, and he is an inductee in the Traditional Country Music Hall of Fame. During "The Gambler," Rick and his friends perform classic country and rock tunes, gospel songs, and bluegrass numbers.
"The Gambler" is performed at the Little Opry Theatre in Branson. It's located at 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway.
This show is performed from April through December. From April through November, you can see the show on Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays. In December, shows are only available on December 4 and 5.
All shows start at 2:00 p.m.
"The Gambler" runs for approximately two hours.
Casual attire is fine for this show. If you wish, dressing up is perfectly OK, too!
Plan to arrive 30 minutes before the show starts.
Yes, the Little Opry Theatre is part of Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex. When you're inside the complex, you can grab ice cream and snacks at the on-site refreshments area. Meals are available at McFarlain's Family Restaurant, which is also located inside the complex.
If you'd like to shop before or after the concert, the complex has many different retail stores for you to visit, too.
Yes, "The Gambler" is an exciting show for kids! Bluegrass, rock, gospel, and country tunes are part of the show, so the wide variety of different music will keep kids engaged. Many kids are inspired by the talents of the performers, and children who take music lessons may be especially captivated by the beautiful music.
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