Ages 4 and Up:
Sawyer Brown is coming to Branson at the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre for three nights only.
Catch one of country's biggest names September 21st, October 19th, or November 23rd for a night to remember. Sawyer Brown has had several songs on the Top 20 charts, including three number one hits, since they formed in 1983. The band gained their stardom on the popular television program Star Search, when they won the $100,000 grand prize and record contract. Join them for an incredible performance in country-rock music.
The band's performance will last approximately ninety minutes and will feature some of their top hits, including “Step That Step” and “Thank God for You,” two of their number one singles. The Oak Ridge Boys Theatre has floor and balcony seating to choose from, and a concession stand for when you need a snack. Take your kids to form family memories and turn them on to one of your favorite bands from the 80s and 90s, or leave them at home to enjoy a night out with friends as you reminisce about the good old days. With only one show in the spring and one in the fall, you do not want to miss out on this opportunity to catch Sawyer Brown in concert.
Mark Miller and his crazy, and some times remarkable, dance moves lead the band. Each of the members have been known to pull pranks on each other, making the concert more than just a musical performance. The band has a huge personality, that you can see first-hand when you attend this event. Bring back memories as the band plays “Some Girls Do,” “The Race Is On,” and your other favorite hits, and form new memories as they adapt some modern songs to fit their own unique style. The Sawyer Brown concert is perfect for those who have fallen off the country music bandwagon or are just forming a love for the genre. Their songs are reminiscent of some of the older, more familiar hits throughout the years, but they also blend their own country-rock style in with newer songs and popular modern hits.
Sawyer Brown came out of the talent show Star Search in the 1980s. Throughout their years together, the band has made a comfortable home for themselves in the Top 20 charts. Their second single “Step That Step” landed the number one spot, and was followed by two other hits to gain that achievement, as well as several others in the top five. “Betty's Bein' Bad,” “Thank God for You,” and “The Race Is On” are just a few of their most well-known songs.
Don't miss out on this incredible concert opportunity. The band is only performing for three nights this year, so you want to make sure to reserve your seats early. The band gives the performance of a lifetime every time they take the stage, providing the audience with music, laughs, and a great experience.