Branson Show Tracker 2018
Published: February 9, 2018
By: Kerry Pearson
AYO Starring Voices of Glory
This talented trio of siblings performed at the Starlite Theatre in 2017 but will now call the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center and Theatre home for the upcoming season. The Voices of Glory will undoubtedly bring a powerful performance to their new theatre in 2018.
Janice Martin Cirque Show
One of Branson’s most talented musicians, Janice Martin put on quite the performance during her time at the Americana Theatre with her production of the Janice Martin Cirque Show. During the 2018 show season, this talented vocalist and aerial violinist and piano player will journey to a new theater, at The stunning Starlite Theatre.
Reza Edge of Illusion
As one of the world’s top illusionists, Reza has wowed audiences across the globe. After a great run at the Starlite Theatre, Reza will call Branson’s Famous Theatre home for the 2018 show season. You don’t want to miss the mystifying acts of the Reza Edge of Illusion show this season.
The Texas Tenors
You may remember The Texas Tenors from the T.V. show, America’s Got Talent. After winning the hearts of millions of fans across the country, the group performed for several seasons at the Starlite Theatre. This year, these 3 men will take their award winning show to the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center and Theatre. With hits like; “You Should Dream," "Rocky Top," "Unchained Melody," "Oh Shenandoah," and "Bless the Broken Road" The Texas Tenors are sure to impress fans at their new home.
All Hands On Deck
In addition to The Texas Tenors and Ayo, All Hands on Deck will call Andy Williams Performing Arts Center and Theatre home in 2018. This heart filled patriotic show was formerly at The Dutton Family Theatre, winning the hearts of fans from all across the country. This lovely show has been billed as “a musical message for all American’s” and you will understand just why when you visit them at their new theatre in 2018.
In other news…
Aside from the shows shuffling about with the theaters, there is more show news worth mentioning. Branson has some fantastic changes happening in 2018.
Dolly Parton’s Stampede in Branson
The show formerly known as “Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede” is now called Dolly Parton’s Stampede in Branson. Even with the name change you can still expect to see the same magnificent horses, trick riders, buffalo, racing pigs, patriotism and fan favorite competitions during the show. Most importantly, you will still be able to get the same delicious meal as you have in years past.
Hughes Music Show
The largest live on stage performing family in the world known as the “it” Show has changed their name to the Hughes Music Show. With over 50 singers, dancers and musicians performing on stage, the new name is definitely fitting for this family of entertainers. Also, don’t miss their Christmas show which has been awarded “Best Christmas Show” from the Branson Show Awards for 10 years running.
Keep checking back here for more updates as well as show shuffling throughout town!