A “Sanders Family Christmas” in Branson sees the return of our beloved Smoke on the Mountain family gathering to say goodbye to their only son as he prepares to ship out with the Marine Corps.
Shoji Tabuchi will not be performing during the 2017 season.
We will update with 2018 information as soon as we are able.
From the moment you step onto White River Landing you know the journey ahead is going to be special! Here the Showboat Branson Belle, a majestic 700-seat paddle wheeler awaits. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Ozark Mountains as you travel along the pristine waters of Table Rock Lake. Dine on a scrumptious meal and see performances that light up the stage with entertainment you'll be talking about for days. So sit down, relax and remember... the best memories are made on the lake!
Dubbed “An Orchestra of Human Voices”, SIX combines the musical showmanship and boundless energy of six remarkable brothers (Barry, Kevin, Lynn, Jak, Owen and Curtis). Their intense high-octane energy, electrifying stage presence, and powerhouse vocals combine to create a truly amazing entertainment experience.
Blessed with impeccable acting chops, harmonious voices, and terrific comic timing, the performers in “Smoke on the Mountain” elevate this unique Branson show to the top of the entertainment heap! Without the glitz, glamour, bling, and brilliant lights, the adventures of the lovable Sanders Family Singers with all their quirks and flaws rival the biggest theater productions anywhere!
This is a premier party band from the live entertainment capital of the world called Branson, Missouri. Being all veteran Branson stage entertainers, The Sons of Britches have rocketed to the forefront of the Branson party scene, with unique home spun humor and accelerated by its high-energy performances as well as popular song selections. This group delivers a sing-along brand of country, Cajun, zydeco, bluegrass and old time rock music intended to captivate the crowd and keep them partying all night long.
Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Molly Hatchet, Allman Brothers, 38 Special, Grand Funk, Doobie Brothers, are among some of the patriarchs of "Southern Rock" music. The show begins with a full dynamic set of Skynyrd hits from their early days including songs like, SWEET HOME ALABAMA and FREEBIRD. Then these great songs are followed up by a set full of their musical counterparts who shaped the world of Southern and Arena Rock!
The Class of "57" presents the Statler Brothers Revisited. The guys and their band reproduces the smooth four-part harmony that made the Statler Brothers. Enjoy songs like Elizabeth, Flowers on the Wall, Do You Remember These, I'll Go To My Grave Loving You and many more! 8:00 p.m. shows Wednesday and Thursday.