There’s no better way to get in the holiday spirit, than to enjoy a Branson Christmas show. Feel your feet start to tap along, as you are serenaded by your favorite holiday tunes.
Andy Williams Christmas Show Starring The Osmonds and The Lennon Sisters:
Mr. Christmas’ legacy continues with a beautiful holiday tribute by the Osmonds and the Lennons. The stage will be filled with a talented cast of singers and dancers in magnificent costumes, real live reindeer and the incredible sounds of the Moon River Orchestra.
Christmas on the Trail at Shepherd of the Hills:
Start off by getting your bellies full of a hearty Christmas dinner. Listen to heart-warming Christmas cowboy music and sing-along to your favorite Christmas carols around a campfire. Don’t forget to stop by the Trail of Lights while you are there!
Dixie Stampede brings the holiday season to life! Snow falls softly as the breathtaking scenes fill you with tidings of good cheer. The Dixie Stampede arena is magically transformed into a true fantasy land complete with twinkling lights, evergreens, poinsettias, old-fashioned holiday costumes and familiar holiday music.
An Old Time Christmas at Silver Dollar City:
The holiday classic – It’s a Wonderful Life – comes to life on stage during An Old Time Christmas at Silver Dollar City. In this original musical adaptation of Frank Capra’s 1946 film, small town businessman George Bailey discovers the true value of life, family and friends with a little help from his guardian angel, Clarence. Brought to you by Silver Dollar City’s award-winning producers, It’s a Wonderful Life also features dazzling special effects and a talented cast of 14 actors and singers.
Don’t miss the most elaborate production ever presented on a Silver Dollar City stage – A Dickens’ Christmas Carol! This 60-minute Broadway-style show surprises audiences with a talented cast of 15 actors accompanied by a live band, astounding special effects, stunning Victorian scenery and exquisite period costuming. Created especially for Silver Dollar City, this unique adaptation of the famous classic novel by Charles Dickens uses both humor and inspiration to share the story of redemption, hope, and the transforming power of one simple prayer.
Beginning the first of November, many Christmas shows begin their performances. For a complete list of Christmas shows, visit here: http://www.explorebranson.com/christmas/