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Thousands of folks filled the Welk Resort last weekend for the 2nd Annual Branson Con. The event was headlined by “The Mighty Hercules” himself, actor and author Kevin Sorbo, as well as Tracy Lynn Cruz, Selwyn Ward, Melody Perkins and Blake Foster, who are all best known for their respective…

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Wednesday night, the folks at Branson’s Imax Entertainment Complex will be a part of history as the new Lionsgate Films release “I Still Believe” becomes the first faith-based drama to be shown at giant Imax theaters nationwide, where it will be showcased for a limited time ahead of its nati…

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Organizers at the Mansion Theatre are gearing up for next week’s Praisefest, set to feature a cavalcade of entertainment, including Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, who will perform Saturday, March 14.

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Even though the second annual Branson Con is less than a week away, organizers are still announcing special guests, and their latest is a “Big” one in the form of retired professional boxer, kickboxer, mixed martial artist and professional wrestler Eric “Butterbean” Esch, who will join the l…

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Even though the Branson live show scene is full effect, that doesn’t mean there isn’t activity in the “Branson Shuffle,” the unofficial name for entertainers and shows changing venues from season to season. Late last week, word broke the Blackwood family would be calling the Americana Theatr…

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The “Legends in Concert” show at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, which features incredible look- and sound-alike artists performing the biggest hits of yesterday and today, unveiled a new cast member late last week as longtime Branson entertainer Justin Sassanella donned a pork pie …

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The folks at the Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead and Adventure Park recently announced “Billy Yates’ Hit Songwriters in the Round” will join an already stacked lineup of new and returning shows for the 2020 season.

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The folks at the Choices Concert Hall, located at 440 State Highway 248, are kicking their 2020 season off with a bang as three of Branson’s most touted female vocalists, Kari Garrison, and Tammy & Tonya Bilyeu, are set to host a special Valentine’s Day event next week.

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The “26th Annual Hot Winter Fun Big Show” is set for Wednesday at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater. This annual show is sponsored by The League of Branson Theatre Owners & Show Producers, also known as The Branson Show League, in order to raise funds to help market the live show scene.

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Next week, Branson’s Titanic Museum Attraction will again play host to Titanic bandmaster Wallace Hartley’s’ violin, now numbered among the most famous and costly instruments in the world, from Feb. 8 through June 15.

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The World famous “Legends in Concert” tribute show, which features incredible look- and sound-alike artists performing the biggest hits of yesterday and today, opens its 2020 season Saturday night at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater.

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Producers at “Legends in Concert,” a show featuring look- and sound-alike artists paying tribute to the most iconic artists in music history, recently announced the 2020 lineup at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater. Since “Legends” changes cast members four times a year, producers can t…

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The Branson Regional Arts Council recently announced the cast of its first 2020 musical, “The Wizard of Oz,” which follows a Kansas farm girl who travels over the rainbow to discover the magical power of home.

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One of Branson’s most tenured entertainers, Doug Gabriel, is joining the ”Branson Shuffle,” the unofficial nickname for shows and performers changing venues from season to season, as he will call the Branson Famous Theatre home in 2020.

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Greetings my Loyal Reader(s), and welcome to the latest edition of the Branson Beat, your home for all the news on the Branson entertainment scene.

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New Year’s Eve in Branson has grown to be quite a big deal, and there is no shortage of special productions and events set for Dec. 31.

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Hot off the heels of their 60th season in Ozark Mountain Country, Branson’s first show, “Branson’s Famous Baldknobbers,” are adding a special “throwback” production to the 2020 slate at the Branson Famous Theatre.

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Christmas Day is next week, and here in Branson, there is no shortage of things to see and do on Christmas Eve, as well as Christmas Day.