The city of Branson was built around the shows that performed there. From the original Baldknobber show to the over 100 different shows that play their daily today. Most of the theaters in the area are family owned and small businesses, but performing is part of their day to day life. As the holiday season approaches, all of the shows switch gears and change completely. From a mix of variety shows to ones that are completely Christmas themed, watching these shows will help get you into the holiday spirit and must see shows this holiday season!
From Laughs, Music and The Holidays The Clay Cooper Express is Ready for the Holiday Season
The Clay Cooper Express is a mixture of modern songs, old country classics, holiday songs and of course a bit of comedy. Run by Clay Cooper and his family, this small family owned theater will have you dancing in your seat while you hear your favorite sung live. What sets this theater apart? The personality and love that is in every song, every performance and pride held by the family running the theater. Everyone can be seen performing, and later cleaning up after a show, no job is too big or too small.
Clay Cooper’s Country Express is at the Clay Cooper Theater at 3216 W 76 Country Blvd.
You can catch the family friendly show several nights a week as well as other shows while you’re in the area. Get your tickets now for a fun night of entertainment your whole family will love!
Focus on the True Meaning of Christmas and the Only All Christmas Show
The Hughes Music Show is an award winner at the holiday season, but the show is so much more than that. The show features four of the five Hughes Brothers and their family. While the majority of the other shows in Branson do a mix of a variety show at the holiday season, the Hughes family focuses on Christmas through the whole show. Throughout the show not only will you see a focus on the meaning of the holiday season but also the importance of family.
Be wowed by the musical and performing talent of all members of the Hughes family as over 50 of them hit the stage together and perform. From a living nativity scene, the meaning behind the iconic imagery of Christmas and items we all use to celebrate the season as well as what the holiday means to kids – the show is the complete package for the holiday season.
Take time to notice who your hosts are as you come in the theater, who is working concessions or selling you items at intermission or after the show. You will see those same young faces on stage just moments later. The family is humble, full of talent and ready to entertain.
After the show I sat down and talked to Jason Hughes about the show:
Hughes Brothers Theater
425 W. HWY 76
Branson, MO 65616
It’s the Ultimate Christmas Experience!
The Hughes Brothers and family transport you to a Christmas wonderland filled with the season’s best vocal harmonies, exciting dances, inspiring instrumentals, and of course, the enchantment and light-hearted humor that everyone loves about the Hughes Brothers Show.
Along with all the festive surprises and treasured family traditions, see Santa in a new light when he explains the symbols of Christmas in the most moving Christmas presentation you’ve ever witnessed.
To get your tickets for the Hughes Music Show visit their website and check out their Christmas show for your holiday plans!
See the Original Show and Celebrate the Holidays!
The Baldknobbers were the first show in Branson, and while the music they play has changed over the years – the core of the show is still there and the same. Amazing voices, musical talents and a bit of humor peppered in as well. In between the main acts you will get small comedy skits with Droopy Drawers Jr and Hargus, two stereotypical dolts from the Ozarks. But don’t expect them just to be a side act, they will make their appearances during the main performances as well and interact with the musicians as they are singing. The family works well together as an act, and the talent exudes throughout the whole show.
The theater is owned and run by the Mabe family, takes the stage but generations of singers will perform for you throughout the show. Local talent is highlighted and
Get your tickets to the Baldknobbers Christmas Shows
The Baldknobbers Theater is located at:
Celebrate the Classics and Enjoy Holiday Music from Jimmy Osmond and The Lennon Sisters
Are you looking for a more traditional Christmas or show in the Branson area? Head into the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center for an Ozarks Mountain Christmas. Not only will you see classic acts like Jimmy Osmond and the Lenon Sisters, but you’ll be wowed at the talent of Britain’s Got Talent singing sensation Charlie Green, and America’s Got Talent dynamic trio AYO – Voices Of Glory. The show has elves delivering treats, ice skaters right on stage. A bit of vintage Christmas and of course those classic songs we know the Osmonds and the Lenon sisters for. Going into this show, it didn’t seem like this would be the show for me but the music and variety music was nicely balanced. Feeling nostalgic? Don’t worry, they will show bits of their younger years singing in video clips throughout the show as well!
We took some time to chat before the show!
For our 26th season, the legacy continues, starring The Lennon Sisters, and hosted by Jimmy Osmond on select dates. Great variety, singers, dancers, prancing reindeer, the Moon River Orchestra, and maybe even old St. Nick himself…all performing your favorite holiday songs.Also featuring Andy’s favorite specialty act Pasha and Aliona, The Lennon Granddaughters, Britain’s Got Talent singing sensation Charlie Green, and America’s Got Talent dynamic trio AYO – Voices Of Glory, and featuring the championship ice skating of The Ice Angels. Come enjoy all the variety that made Andy’s Christmas shows so spectacular!
1 Andy Williams Boulevard
Branson, Missouri 65616
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