Branson Attraction Tickets

Country Tonite

Enjoy old-time classics and contemporary hits, as well as dance and comedy from the talented performers at the Country Tonite Theatre from March through December. Billed as Branson's most awarded show, Country Tonite features a patriotic celebration that will provide an evening of great entertainment for the entire family.

Darren Romeo Show

Darren Romeo, a former Las Vegas performer and protégé of Siegfried & Roy, presents a Broadway-inspired magic and musical show at Branson's Welk Resort Theatre. Known as The Voice of Magic, Romeo intersperses mind-blowing illusions with an excellent selection of classic and contemporary tunes that the whole family will enjoy. The Darren Romeo show typically takes place in Branson from early March through early December.

Doug Gabriel Show

Experience the award-winning Doug Gabriel Show, which features a night of music, dance and comedy from Gabriel and his talented family. Gabriel is a five-time Branson Male Vocalist of the Year winner and his production has been awarded Best Morning Show three years in a row. The Doug Gabriel Show features Elvis hits, comedy skits, gospel classics, a Grand Ole Opry tribute and a patriotic tribute to America's veterans.

The Gatlin Brothers

One of country music's legendary acts, the award-winning Gatlin Brothers perform all their Top 40 hits such as "She Used to be Somebody's Baby", "What are we Doing Lonesome", "Love is Just a Game" and much more at the 2,300-seat Welk Resort Theatre in Branson. The Gatlin Brothers show typically runs throughout April and May, and from September through December.

Hughes Brothers Theater

The five hugely talented Hughes Brothers perform in one of Branson's most popular live productions at the legendary Celebrity Theatre. Enjoy everything from country classics to Broadway tunes and gospel music during this award-winning, family-friendly show, which takes place from March through December.

IMAX Entertainment Complex

The massive IMAX Entertainment Complex boasts a six-story-tall, state-of-the-art IMAX theater, the Little Opry bluegrass/country theater, McFarlain's restaurant, indoor shopping mall and IMAX Food Court. Known as the biggest entertainment under one roof, the IMAX Entertainment Complex is open daily year round.

Jim Stafford Theater

Hilarious comedy, live music, state-of-the-art special effects and a 3-D Virtual Thrill Ride are just a few of the treats you and your family will experience at the fun-filled variety show at the Jim Stafford Theater in Branson. The Jim Stafford Show typically takes place Monday through Saturday from February through December.

Legends In Concert

Billed as the World's Greatest Live Tribute Show, this fun-filled review is full of look-alike and sound-alike impersonators. Legends in Concert features tributes to Elvis, Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, Roy Orbison, Judy Garland, Britney Spears, The Blues Brothers, Tina Turner and other celebrities. The Legends in Concert show runs from February through December.

Mansion America Theatre

The state-of-the-art Mansion America Theatre, which opened in 1993, boasts the largest stage in Branson and features two incredible shows: Celebrate! America, a lively Broadway-style musical; and the hit musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, an upbeat retelling of the biblical story of Joseph.

Moe Bandy Theatre

A veteran performer of stage, screen, radio and rodeo, Branson legend Moe Bandy will entertain you with his string of Top 10 hits that includes Americana, Good Ol Boys, It's a Cheatin' Situation, Where's the Dress and Till I'm Too Old to Die Young. The Moe Bandy Theatre operates from April through December.

New Shanghai Circus - Acrobats of China

A spectacular extravaganza full of amazing acrobatics, Eastern-style dance, live music, magic and much more, the New Shanghai Circus features the extraordinary talents of the Incredible Acrobats of China. Witness incredible stunts and amazing feats of strength and balance that add up to one of the most unique live shows in Branson! The New Shanghai Circus season runs from April through December.

Ripley's Believe It Or Not

Many visitors to Branson wonder why the Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Museum building looks like it has (barely!) survived an earthquake. In fact, the nearby town of New Madrid, Missouri, holds the record as the site of the worst earthquake in the continental United States - one that measured an estimated 7.9 on the Richter Scale in 1812. Billed as the "Most Photographed Building in Branson," Ripley's contains more than 400 unique exhibits in seven themed galleries. Highlights include a replica of the Roman Coliseum built entirely with playing cards, a 19th-century vampire killing kit, giant ball of twine, gallery of illusions, a two-headed calf, a human unicorn and a genuine shrunken head. Ripley's Believe It Or Not! is open year round.

Roy Rogers - Dale Evans Museum

The Roy Rogers - Dale Evans Museum, which lies directly across the street from Celebration City amusement park, features a wealth of memorabilia related to the King of the Cowboys and his equally popular wife. View movie and television exhibits, costumes, family photos, saddles and other artifacts at the Roy Rogers -Dale Evans Museum.

Sons Of The Pioneers Dinner Show

First organized by the King of Cowboys himself, Roy Rogers, in 1934, the Sons of the Pioneers continue the tradition of musical excellence as they perform such classics as Tumbling Tumbleweeds and Cool Water. In addition to classic country, the Sons of the Pioneers thrill the audience with big band music, swing, ragtime, jazz, gospel and Dixieland.

Yakov Smirnoff Theater

Renowned Russian comedian Yakov Smirnoff delivers a must-see show full of hilarious antics, music, dancing, juggling, special effects, heartfelt stories and patriotism. This unique, family-friendly show typically takes place from April through December at Yakov's own 1,400-seat theater, which operates from April through December.