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Those wanting to see the 2009 version of a Branson Christmas show should act quickly. A recent article entitled “Time is running out to see Branson 2009 Christmas shows,” published on www.News.Branson.com, reports that the vast majority of Branson’s Christmas shows will be closed by December 19.
Paul Miller, the General Manager for Branson Tourism Center, one of Branson’s largest and most respected vacation planning services and seller of Branson show and attraction tickets and lodging said the closings will take place over a period of time ranging from December 5 through December 19. He points out however, that some of Branson’s most popular Christmas shows such as Andy Williams, The Duttons, Yakov Smirnoff and others will close the earliest.
…some of Branson’s most popular Christmas shows such as Andy Williams, Tony Orlando and the Lennon Sisters, The Duttons, Yakov Smirnoff, and Debby Boone will be ending their season between December 5 and the 8. Others including Dino’s Christmas Extravaganza, Spirit of Christmas, The Osmonds, Presleys’ Country Jubilee, Shoji Tabuchi…
He [Miller] points that, although there will be a 50 percent reduction in the total number of shows available in Branson by December 19, current schedules indicate that there will still be a number of major shows open including Acrobats of China, Dixie Stampede, Baldknobbers, Magnificent Variety show, Jim Stafford, Pierce Arrow and others…. “In addition,” Miller said, “most of Branson’s major attractions, including the Butterfly Palace, Titanic, and Silver Dollar City, will be open during the entire Christmas Season.
For the additional details, specific scheduling information or ticketing for Branson shows or lodging assistance Miller advises contacting Branson Tourism Center by calling 800-785-1550 or through its website www.BransonTourismCenter.com.