Rock in 2019! – Six New Year’s Eve Performances Showing in Branson, Missouri

Will you be in Branson as you say goodbye to 2018? Make a resolution to join the talented casts of these performances for a one of a kind New Year’s Eve celebration! This list of incredible entertainment is organized based on when each show begins, so whatever your New Year’s Eve holds, there will be an unforgettable way to ring in 2019 here in Branson, Missouri!
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Here Comes Santa Claus! : The Best Places in Branson, Missouri to See St. Nick This Holiday Season

Santa made a list, checked it twice, and decided that Branson, Missouri is definitely nice. In fact, with the dazzling lights blanketing the city, the holiday themed theatrical performances, and the cheer-filled festivals, Branson is one of the nicest places in the country during the holiday season! So it is the perfect place to bring the family together for a visit with Old St. Nick. Here are seven places here in Branson, Missouri where you can meet Santa this Christmas.

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Jingle Bell Rock : Christmas Performances in Branson, Missouri

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Branson, Missouri! As soon as the calendars flip to November, the shows here pull out all the stops with holiday cheer. After all, Branson is the live music capital of the world. With live performances showcasing incredible vocals, dazzling dances, and side-splitting comedy, there is a little bit of something to make everyone’s holiday merry and bright!
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Merry and Bright : Five Must See Christmas Light Displays in Branson, Missouri

Thinking back on holiday memories, the brightest Christmas tradition for many families is bundling up in a warm car and driving around to see the sparkling light displays. Branson holds its own as the top holiday destination in the Midwest, thanks in no small part to the gorgeous light displays that illuminate the chilly Ozark nights. Here are five light displays that are a must see when visiting Branson.
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