Last few 2010 performances of some Branson’s most popular Christmas shows

"Mr. Christmas," Andy Williams

"Major elements of Ozark Mountain Christmas such as the majority of Branson’s attractions, the major lighting displays Shepherd of the Hills Trail of Lights and the Branson Festival of Lights, Silver Dollar City’s Old Time Christmas and Branson’s legendary shopping will continue through December 31," said Tammy Johnson, the Director of Operations for the Branson Tourism Center. "However," she continues, "many of Branson’s most popular Christmas shows will be ending their 2010 season during the next two weeks." She points out that Andy Williams, Spirit of Christmas, Osmonds, Rankin Brothers, SIX, Presleys, Tony Orlando and the Lennon Sisters, Righteous Brother Bill Medley, Shoji Tabuchi and others will end within the week.

According to Branson.Com’s Official Branson Show Schedule, powered by the Branson Tourism Center, the final 2010 performances for some of Branson’s most popular shows are shown below. The list is sorted alphabetically by the date of the last 2010 show.

December 10
Neal McCoy
Spirit of Christmas

December 11
Andy Williams
Country Tonite
Presleys’ Country Jubilee
Rankin Brothers
Righteous Brother Bill Medley (One show on December 31)
Shake Rattle and Roll
Tony Orlando and the Lennon Sisters Christmas Celebration
Yakov Smirnoff

December 12
Shoji Tabuchi – December 12

December 18
Hughes Brothers
Twelve Irish Tenors

December 30
Clay Cooper
Jim Stafford
Showboat Branson Belle

December 31
Acrobats of China
Amazing Pets
Comedy Jamboree
Grand Jubilee
Hamner Barber
Legends in Concert
Magnificent Variety
Miracle of Christmas
Pierce Arrow
The Cats Pajamas
Yakov’s Moscow Circus

Johnson said that the weekend of December 11 is generally a busy time in Branson and recommends advance reservations for shows and lodging to ensure availability. She also points out that shows with ending dates after December 18 could be closed for periods of time between December 11 and the end of the year. For specific scheduling or information on any these or other Branson’s shows and attractions or help with lodging please feel free to contact the Branson Tourism Center (BTC) by either calling their toll free number 1-800-785-1550 or through their website

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