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Christmas Shows in Branson

Posted by on November 18, 2013

Famous for live entertainment, the holiday season is no exception in Branson. Many of the 50+ theaters stage Christmas-themed productions during November and December or blend portions of the regular show with holiday music and traditions.

Seasonal shows for 2013 include:

Hughes Brothers Christmas

Hughes Brothers Christmas

  •  A Twice Adopted Christmas – Oct 30-Dec 7
  • An Old Time Christmas – Silver Dollar City theme park – Nov 2-Dec 30 – stage productions, music, parade, and rides included with park admission.
  • Andy Williams Christmas Show starring The Osmonds and The Lennon Sisters – Nov 1-Dec 7
  • Christmas in Hollywood – Oct 30-Dec 21
  • Christmas on the Trail Chuckwagon Dinner Show – Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead – Nov 1 – Dec 31; includes Trail of Lights drive-through tour
  • Daniel O’Donnel – appearing at Andy Williams Moon River Theatre – Nov 1 – Dec 7
  • Hughes Brothers Christmas Show – Nov 1 – Dec 28
  • Jim Stafford’s Christmas Show – Nov 3-Dec 12
  • Joey & Rory’s “A Farmhouse Christmas” – From RFD-TV, appearing at Starlite Theatre Dec 13-16
  • Kenny Rogers Presents “The Toy Shoppe” starring Billy Dean – Starlite Theatre, Nov 1-Dec 21
  • Miracle of Christmas – Sight & Sound Theatre – Nov 2 – Dec 28
  • Tony Orlando’s Great American Christmas – Nov 5-30 at Welk Resort Theatre; final season in Branson
  • Sanders Family Christmas – Nov 5 – Dec 28 at Little Opry Theatre in the Imax Complex
  • White Flight at The Butterfly Palace and Rainforest Adventure features thousands of white butterflies – Nov 1 – Jan 15
For more information on the shows and attractions listed above, visit ExploreBranson.com.
adoration2You’ll see why Yahoo Travel named Branson a Top 10 Destination for Holiday Lights when you drive down Branson’s famous Hwy 76, visit the Branson Area Festival of Lights and the Shepherd of the Hills Trail of Lights drive-through light displays. Drive-through displays are open daily Nov 1 – Dec 31.
And you won’t want to miss the 65th Annual Adoration Parade and Nativity lighting. A long-time Branson tradition, the parade and lighting ceremony is scheduled for December 8 beginning at dusk.
Create memories to last a lifetime at Branson’s Ozark Mountain Christmas. For holiday celebrations, entertainment, shopping, and dining, Branson has it all.
Cameron’s Crag Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to stay when visiting the Branson area. Make your reservation today and plan your next Branson getaway.

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