Branson’s new shows – Circle B Chuckwagon Supper and Western Music Show

The cowboys have arrived in Branson. Having made the long trek from their ranch in South Dakota where they’ve been wowing audiences for the past 9 years, the Horn family, a.k.a., “The Riders of the Circle B,” has transformed the former Diner Bell Restaurant into the Circle B Chuckwagon and is ready to entertain and feed Branson locals and visitors with their authentic style of cowboy music and comedy along with mouth-watering Chuckwagon fare.

The show is a mix of old-time, heart warming cowboy favorites and side-splitting comedy that is sure to please all. “We’ve been so surprised by the warmth and generosity of the people here in Branson,” stated Michael Horn, Vice President and a member of the Riders of the Circle B.”We feel right at home already.

Show times are 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. a.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays with the doors opening 30 minutes before the show. In addition to the great entertainment guests are served a chuckwagon meal including barbequed, baked brisket that literally melts in your mouth, scrumptious barbequed beef sausage, cowboy baked beans, potato salad, apple sauce, warm biscuits and honey then cobbler for desert.

The Circle B Chuckwagon is located at 200 Jess-Jo Parkway about a half block north of the Branson Strip. Turn south off of Highway 76 at the Branson Variety Theatre (Spirit of the Dance and Broadway).

Click here for access to schedules and reservations or call 800-590-0155.

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