If you enjoy tribute shows, you won't want to miss The Sedaka Songbook! First performed in 2021, The Sedaka Songbook is one of the newest tribute shows in Branson. The show celebrates the music of Neil Sedaka, a legendary songwriter whose music was made famous by groups like the Carpenters and Captain & Tennille. "Stupid Cupid," "Solitaire," "Lonely Nights," "Calendar Girl" and "Laughter in the Rain" are a few of the songs you can expect to hear at the show.
Lee Hendrix and Deana Edwards are the performers in The Sedaka Songbook. Lee is the master of ceremonies, pianist and vocalist for the show, and Deana is a vocalist. When not performing in The Sedaka Songbook, Lee tours with Mickey Gilley, a country music star. Deana performs with her husband in another popular Branson show called "Absolutely Country, Definitely Gospel."
You can catch The Sedaka Songbook on Monday and Wednesday afternoons at the Majestic. This show is appropriate for kids of all ages, and children ages 16 and under receive free admission. Performances run for approximately two hours, and seating is available for wheelchair users and customers with mobility aids.
If you enjoy The Sedaka Songbook, check out some other tribute concerts before you leave Branson. You could stop by Doo Wop & More, New Jersey Nights and Legends in Concert. You may want to see the ABBA and Fleetwood Mac tribute performances, too.
The Sedaka Songbook is one of Branson's newest tribute shows. Introduced in 2021, the show takes audiences on a journey through the music of Neil Sedaka, an iconic songwriter. During the show, you'll hear some of Sedaka's most famous hits from the '50s, '60s and '70s, including "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do," "Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen," "Lonely Nights" and "Love Will Keep Us Together."
You can watch The Sedaka Songbook performance at the Majestic in Branson. It's located at 2849 Gretna Rd.
The Sedaka Songbook is performed on Mondays and Wednesdays from March through November. Wednesday shows are available in December. All shows start at 2:00 p.m.
Each performance lasts for around two hours.
Feel free to wear casual clothes for this performance. If you wish, dressing up is fine, too!
Yes, absolutely! The Sedaka Songbook is a family-friendly show that's fun for kids of all ages. Many children enjoy the vocal talents of the performers.
Yes! This show features many tunes from the '50s, '60s and '70s that adults will know and love. Adults can hear songs they grew up with, and they might be introduced to some new favorites, too!
Yes, the Majestic has seating for wheelchair users and patrons who use mobility aids.
Yes, you can call 1-800-785-1610 to get your tickets.
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