What's New In Branson for 2013
Branson is home to a wide variety of shows and attractions, and every year we are excited to announce new additions to Branson’s already outstanding lineup of entertainment options. This year is no different with hilarious new comedies, classic country tributes, exciting variety shows, and more unique Branson shows and attractions.
Attractions New to Branson in 2013
The Children of Titanic at Branson Titanic - In a one-of-a-kind exhibit, see what the 133 children on board saw, heard, and felt during their time on the Titanic at the Titanic Museum in Branson. This year-long exhibit celebrates the bravery, faith, and innocence of the children on board the Titanic, and can be an inspiration to visitors of every age.
Outlaw Run at Silver Dollar City - The world’s most daring wood coaster has 2,937 feet of track and a first drop measuring over 16 stories! The home of this daring coaster,Outlaw Run, is at Silver Dollar City! This thrilling roller coaster is the world’s only wood coaster to twist upside down, and its top speed of 68 mph makes it the second fastest wood coaster in the world. With a double barrel roll and 3 inversions as well as a 153 degree outside banked turn, this wood coaster is sure to bring a huge rush of adrenaline to even the most seasoned roller coaster fanatics.
Shows New in Branson for 2013
- Magnificent Seven Decades of Music Variety Show
- Conway Remembered
- A Heapin' Spoonful
- Good Ole Boys: Hits from the Eagles, Alabama, Exile, and More
- Pure Comedy Starring Joey ILO
- California Dreamin': A Walk Down Memory Lane
- 24 Karat Country Classics & Comedy
- All American Gospel
- Rock, Roll & Reminisce: The Fabulous Fifties
Magnificent Seven Decades of Music Variety Show – The Magnificent Seven Decades of Music Variety Show provides music lovers the chance to hear the music of Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Patsy Cline, and many more favorite artists. The two-hour show is packed with more than 75 different songs, numerous costume changes, lots of fun, a dash of comedy, and amazing music that leaves the audience begging for more!
Conway Remembered - See Mike Walker's stellar performance in Conway Remembered where he performs spot-on renditions of Conway Twitty favorites such as “Hello Darling,” “Slow Hand,” “Don’t Take it Away,” “After The Fire Is Gone,” and many more classics. This performance will take guests back for an unforgettable experience in Branson at the God and Country Theatre.
A Heapin' Spoonful - A Heapin’ Spoonful is performed at the God and Country Theatre and stars Ron and Kay Rivoli of Rivoli Revue as well as Branson’s very own entertainer, Harley Worthit. This first-class performance includes songs like “At The Holiday Inn,” “Press One For English,” “Freedom’s Not Free,” as well as a variety of comedy and fun.
Good Ole Boys: Hits from the Eagles, Alabama, Exile, and More - At the God and Country Theatre, the Good Ole Boys will perform favorite songs from genres such as honky tonk, rock & roll, rock-a-billy, and country. Guests will hear songs from artists including Alabama, George Strait, Johnny Cash, Garth Brooks, the Eagles, Exile and many many more! With such a wide variety of music, everyone is sure to have a memorable and fun experience with the Good Ole Boys.
Pure Comedy Starring Joey ILO - Joey I.L.O is a great show to attend for plenty of clean laughs fit for the entire family in Branson. This faith-based comedian tells stories about his own life, family, friends, and marriage. Joey’s parents were clowns, so he has been surrounded by laughter his whole life which has greatly influenced the way he looks at every day occurrences. During your trip to Branson, see Joey I.L.O. for a truly unique comedic experience.
California Dreamin': A Walk Down Memory Lane - The nostalgic show takes the audience back in time to hear songs from 1960’s music legends The Mamas and The Papas, Simon & Garfunkel, The Carpenters, and Burt Bacharach, just to name a few. California Dreamin’: A Walk Down Memory Lane revives folk rock favorites to create a memorable show that will transport you back in time!
24 Karat Country Classics & Comedy - To hear the sounds of classic country, look no further than 24 Karats of Country Classics & Comedy at the God and Country Theatre in Branson! The show strives to represent classic country music from artists such as Ray Price, Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, and more! Vocalists in the show, Kathy Eckert and Jeff Coffell, both love classic country because of the story and emotion evoked in each song.
All American Gospel - Enjoy the classic gospel hits of days gone by at the All American Gospel Show at the God and Country Theatre in Branson! Singers Phaedra and Melissa Jean take audiences back to their country roots with songs including: “Unclouded Day,” “One Day At A Time,” “How Great Thou Art,” “Sweet By and By,” and “”Just A Closer Walk.” Their sweet country harmonies will have the audience toe-tapping, hand-clapping, and begging for more!
Rock, Roll & Reminisce: The Fabulous Fifties - Calling all Rock & Roll music lovers! Don’t miss the chance to see Rock, Roll & Reminisce: The Fabulous Fifties on your next Branson vacation! Rock & Roll music originated in the early 50’s in the Southern United States with the combination of rhythm and blues and country music. The show pays tribute to many of the greatest musicians of the 50's including Elvis, the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, Sam Cooke, and many more!
Miracle of Christmas at Sight & Sound Theatre Branson will also be returning for the 2013 Christmas season!
Limited Engagement Shows
Since these limited engagement shows are in high demand, be sure to purchase tickets in advance.
- Mel Tillis - Select dates September through December
- Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers - Select dates September through November
- America - September 20
- Diamond Rio - October 5
- Bill Cosby - October 12
- Marty Stuart - October 18
- Jim Belushi & The Chicago Board of Comedy - October 25
- Daniel O'Donnell - November 1 - December 7
- Johnny Mathis Christmas Show - November 15 & 16
- Neal McCoy - November 16