Branson, MO has some of the most incredible musical talent in the country. There are over 100 shows playing through most of the year and they give you a wide choice of what to see. We’ve seen lots of amazing talented performers so far, but we’ve been surprised by some off the wall items, too.
Marti, my activities director, planned what we were going to see. She and Gail spread all the show information over the picnic table putting together our schedule.
She got great seats for the shows.
Some shows were family shows, like this one.
When I say family shows, I mean the whole family is involved in the show, all fifty of them! Brothers, wives and kids.
We got some underway time on the Branson Belle, where they put on a dinner and a show while cruising around Table Rock Lake.
Before the show started, we were able to look around the lake. My dad enjoyed the view.
We even saw some ducks on the lake.
Some of the shows featured things we’ve never seen before, like this guy:
He had bulb horns of all different notes attached all over his body and play them by using his hands, arms, knees, elbows and legs.
How about this, look closely, each fiddler is playing not their own fiddle, but the one next to them!
A new twist, instead of a fiddle, a full sized harp.
It glowed in the dark!
One performer arrived in the theater via jet pack.
I was thrilled to meet one of my friends from a favorite childhood TV show:
Trigger. Roy Rodger’s horse. (Don’t worry, he’s stuffed!).
And of course, my dad still has all the cute lady performers getting their pictures taken with him.
I’ll do a post on the shows we’ve seen (and will see this week) and our opinions of them. Have to sign off or I’ll be late for the next show. :cO
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