The Most Wonderful Time of Year Parade

The Branson Landing is set to host the fifth annual Most Wonderful Time of Year Parade, honoring Mr. Christmas himself, the late Andy Williams, on Saturday November 4, 2017 and you don’t want to miss it.

The lights are hung, theaters are filled with the sounds of familiar Christmas carols, the Christmas tree at Branson Landing is all aglow—it’s Christmas in Branson, the most wonderful time of the year. 

The Branson Landing is set to host the fifth annual Most Wonderful Time of Year Parade, in honor of the late Andy Williams, on Saturday November 4, at 10 a.m. and you don’t want to miss it. That said, here’s everything you need to know to enjoy this event from beginning to end:

When: Saturday November 4, 2017. 10:00am

Where to Park: Parking is available at the Branson Landing (with a portion of the North parking lot reserved for parade cars), the parking garage downtown, and all of Historic Downtown Branson.

Where to Watch: The parade route begins at the north end (Near the Belk Department Store) of the Branson Landing Promenade, promptly at 10:00am, and ends at Bass Pro Shops. Performances by Branson star entertainers will be held following the parade in front of the Landing fountains.

Who to Watch For: The parade of stars will include the parade Grand Marshal, Shoji Tabuchi, Mayor Karen Best, Clay Cooper, The Blues Brothers from Legends in Concert, Brandon and Megan Mabe, and Jason and Desta Pritchett. Also appearing are The Lennon Sisters, The Hughes Brothers, New South, SIX, Janice Martin, the Showboat Branson Belle showmen, Billy Yates, Melody Hart and more … not to mention a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus!

Many of the entertainers will perform some of your favorite Christmas songs, following the parade, in front of the fountains. Stay for lunch at one of the Landing’s many restaurants or do a little early Christmas shopping at the dozens of stores, kiosks, and galleries. This Christmas season make the Most Wonderful Time of Year Parade part of your “must-do” list in Branson.

 

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