The Top 5 Branson Shows

sightandsound-moc.jpgYour family is planning a vacation in Branson, and you’re trying to decide what show you’re going to see while you’re in town. The only problem is there are so many to choose from. Before you try picking one at random, here’s the list of the top 5 Branson shows that you should see during your visit.

1. Sight and Sound Theaters

Sight and Sound is the nation’s largest Christian theatre and has been in operation for 35 years. It is one of the highest attended live theatres on the East Coast (there is a location in Pennsylvania) and in the Midwest. With 2000 seats and a 300 foot wrap-around stage, the experience at Sight and Sound is definitely worth it. Joseph will be showing from March 15 to October 18, and Miracle of Christmas will show November 2 to December 28. Tickets for adults are $43.00, teens are $25.00, and children are $18.00. Visit or call 1-800-377-1277 to reserve tickets.

2. George Dyer

This man is a stellar vocalist who performs a variety of genres and artists in his musical variety show. In his first season in Branson, George Dyer won 11 show awards including Best Morning Show and Best New Show. Joined by his wife Clarisse and daughter Kendra, George will knock your socks off with power ballads, Broadway hits, love songs, favorite oldies, and even gospel. Tickets for adults (ages 18 and up) are $33.50, teens (ages 13-18) are $15.00, and children (ages 5-12) are $10.00. Family passes are also available for $75.00. Call 480-603-5885 or visit to reserve tickets.

3. SIX

Dubbed “An Orchestra of Human Voices”, these six brothers perform entire song acapella and use absolutely NO instruments. SIX is entering its sixth year as a Branson show and performs a variety of genres and artists, including pop, classic rock, MC Hammer, LMFAO, Coldplay, and Journey. Comedy is also thrown into the mix. The SIX Show is located in the Mickey Gilley Theater and has performances from March to December. Tickets are $29.95 for adults (ages 18 and up), $15.00 for students (ages 12-17), and $6.00 for children (ages 3-11). Call 877-SIX-BROS for reservations or visit

4. Branson’s Tony Roi

After spending 18 years as Elvis at the Legends in Concert show, Tony Roi moved to the Jim Stafford Theater and is entering his 15th season. He has been voted Branson’s Entertainer of the Year for 7 straight years from 2003 to 2008. Call 417-335-8080 for ticket information.

5. The Haygoods

These 5 brothers and 1 sister performed at Branson’s well known Silver Dollar City for 8 years before moving on to the RFDTV Theater on the Branson Strip, where they are now in their 20th season. These talented siblings all play at least one instrument and all of them have stellar vocals. They perform a variety of genres and artists that include Train, the Zac Brown Band, The Eagles, and more. Performances are from March to December. Call 417-339-4663 to reserve tickets and visit for more information.

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