Branson Show goers review of 12 Christmas shows

Santa and part of the dance line from the
"Spirit of Christmas."

As Branson, Missouri draws close to the end of its celebration of “50 years of live music shows” it is also celebrating “Ozark Mountain Christmas.” Paul Miller, General Manager for Branson Tourism Center (BTC), says, “Christmas is a special time of the year in Branson and one of the things that makes it special is its great Christmas shows.”

Miller points out that all most all of Branson’s shows incorporate Christmas into their shows, but in different ways. “Some, such as the “Spirit of Christmas,” “Andy Williams Christmas Show,” Toney Orlando and the Lennon Sisters” and “Miracle of Christmas” are primarily Christmas Shows. Most other Branson shows have a hybrid show with the best of their regular season and a Christmas portion. It is quite common to have the best of the regular season in the first half of the show with the second half.

A recent article published on line at, entitled “Personal capsule reviews of 12 Branson Christmas shows,” provides a personal capsule review of the show by show goers who have actually seen the show and have posted their opinion on line on the “Show Forum of It provides an interesting perspective and covers the following Branson Christmas Shows: #1 Hits Of The 60s, Andy Williams Christmas Show, Charlie Daniels Band, Comedy Jamboree, Clay Cooper’s Country Express, Debbie Boone, Dutton’s, Grand Jubilee, Miracle of Christmas, Pierce Arrow, Presleys’ Country Jubilee and Spirit of Christmas

Miller again reminds potential Branson visitors that Ozark Mountain Christmas is one of the busiest and most special times of the year and recommends advanced reservations for shows and lodging to insure not only availability, but to get the seats and accommodations desired. Branson Tourism Center (BTC) is one of Branson’s largest and most respected vacation planning services and sellers of Branson show and attraction tickets and lodging. BTC can be reached by calling 800-785-1550 or through its website

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