Branson Christmas

Branson Christmas

November 8-13, 2020

Get into the Christmas spirit with us on our annual Branson tour! Leaving Sunday after lunch, we will travel to Clinton, OK to spend the night. The next day we continue our journey toward Branson. After checking into our hotel (Radisson Hotel) and eating dinner, the first show we will see is Presley's Country Jubilee Show, Branson's First Family of Entertainment. This four generation tradition performs family favorites that continue to enthrall millions.

Tuesday we will enjoy Neil Sedaka His Music, His Legacy tribute show. You will get to experience some of the most nostalgic and classic music of all time at this brand-new Branson show. After lunch at Paula Deen's Family Kitchen we will see the Sons of Britches, a hilarious show where the "SOBs present your 'requested songs' in a unique, spontaneous way. Our day will close with the fantastic "Noah" show at the Sight & Sound Theater. Returning for one season only, this landmark production takes you on board one of the world's best-known voyages, as live animals fill the stage and aisles!

After another deluxe breakfast Wednesday morning, we start the day with the hilarious Russian comedian, Yakov Smirnoff, who is actually retired but is back in Branson to entertain us for one week only. After seeing his show, you will want to stand and cheer for the Red, White, and Blue! Our after lunch treat will be "Andy Williams" Ozark Mountain Christmas Show starring the Lennon Sisters, performing some of everyone's favorite holiday shows. The Lennon Granddaughters plus Britain's Got Talent singing sensation Charlie Green will also be featured! Last but not least will be the Texas Tenors Show, #1 vocal group of America's Got Talent in 2010. After listening to their unique blend of country, gospel, and classical vocals along with cowboy charm will, you will see why their PBS special, "You Should Dream," won three Emmy Awards!

Our last show in Branson will be the always fun and entertaining Clay Cooper's Country Express Show. His show has something for everyone with 24 entertainers on stage, great visual effects, and a variety of music - old and new country, rock, current hits, gospel, and patriotic. We will depart Branson after his show and head to Tulsa for the night.

The cost is single $1378 per person; double: $1070 per person; triple $974 per person; and quad $928 per person. A $100 PER PERSON deposit reserves your space. A $500 PER PERSON deposit is due NO LATER than August 14, with the remainder due no later than October 16. Cost includes transportation, lodging, all shows and meals IN Branson, and breakfast each morning.

Activity level: medium (need to be able to get on/off bus 10-12 times a day in Branson)