I love Christmas, but I’m always looking for a way to let my family continue the spirit of Christmas on through the New Year. Branson is still open! Many shows continue their Christmas season through Dec. 31. In fact, Dec. 26-30 is a great time to visit Branson. Plus, there are a variety of New Year’s Eve Shows to choose from. You can get specific show schedules from the Branson Convention & Visitors Bureau website www.ExploreBranson.com. If you can’t come this year, plan on it for 2011.
Hot Winter Fun returns to Branson for January, February and March. It may be cold outside, but it’s warm inside Branson theatres and the entertainment is HOT HOT HOT in Branson. If you are looking for the weekend getaway to chase away the dreary winter doldrums, look to Branson for Hot Winter Fun this year.
The League of Branson Theatre Owners and Show Producers (called the Branson Show League) has announced their Hot Winter Fun Big Show for Monday Feb. 7, 2011, at the Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theatre. Many different Branson performers (all of whom perform in January, February and March) headline this star-studded affair. It’s a great place to get a sample many different great Branson shows.
For more information about the Hot Winter Fun Big Show, call the Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theatre toll-free at 800-374-SHOW or go to ShowsInBranson.com to order tickets. Hot Winter Big Show is in its 17th year, and typically scheduled on the first Monday in February. Look for the 2011 announcement this summer at ShowsInBranson.com.
The Baldknobbers Jamboree Show announce Valentines shows on Feb. 11-12 (Valentines falls on Monday this year). So make reservations for you and your sweetie, now, by going to www.Baldknobbers.com. Packages at the Baldknobbers Motor Inn include one night’s lodging, great seats for two people to the Baldknobbers Jamboree, valentine chocolates, and your choice of golden spumante or non-alcoholic sparkling cider, all for just $99. It’s a great fun and great deal all at the same time.
On March 4, 2011, Branson’s first show, the Baldknobbers Jamboree, will open their all-new 2011 show.
Today, the Baldknobbers family legacy continues to wow audiences by delivering everything from traditional country to today’s No. 1 hits and lots of side-splitting comedy.
Now, more than 50 years later, the second and third generations of the Mabe family carry on the family tradition of great country music and hilarious comedy. Both longtime Baldknobbers’ fans and new fans alike appreciate the Baldknobbers’ family traditions that have made this show popular from generation to generation. Go to www.Baldknobbers.com for complete show information.
Written by Hollye Gurley, general manager of the Baldknobbers Jamboree Show in Branson.