Daniel O’Donnell begins a holiday engagement in Branson, Missouri November 1, 2012.

The famed Irish singer will be performing at the Branson Events Center, previously known as the Tri-Lakes Center.  O’Donnell’s engagement will run through December 8, 2012, with 2pm shows scheduled every day of the week except Sunday and Thursday and Friday, November 23.  Tickets for his performances are under $40 for adults.
Daniel O’Donnell is largely known in the United States for is many PBS Specials and tour appearances.  He has topped the charts in the United Kingdom, with 14 top 10 music videos and 20 UK chart albums.
During his show in Branson, guest singer Mary Duff will join O’Donnell to sing a variety of Irish and American classics as well as songs of the season. 
Purchase Daniel O’Donnell tickets today to see this amazing holiday show during Ozark Mountain Christmas.

Dixie Stampede Christmas begins its holiday production in Branson today, October 24, 2012.  The attraction transforms into a Christmas spectacular celebrating the joy and reason for the season.

When you purchase Dixie Stampede tickets, you’ll enter a winter wonderland featuring a full-scale living nativity, holiday decorations, music, a special visit from Santa and a four-course yuletide feast.  One of the highlights of the show is “Toys Come to Life,” a musical fantasy taking place on Christmas night where the sugar plum fairy brings a sleepy toyshop to life.  Music from “The Nutcracker” and stunning aerial displays, as well as a visit from Santa in his famous sleigh complete with falling snow are just a few of the reasons this is one of the best Branson Christmas shows
During the holidays, Dixie Stampede Branson puts a special twist on the North/South rivalry, with the North and South Poles dueling it out in equestrian feasts and audience participation activities.  It provides plenty of comedy and will have the whole family laughing and cheering.
One of the most stunning aspects of the show is the living nativity.  Joseph, Mary, the wise men and a nativity with live donkeys, camels and sheep bring the true meaning of Christmas to life.
Of course, a night at the Dixie Stampede also includes a delicious feast of a whole rotisserie chicken, barbeque pork loin, roasted potato, corn on the cob, vegetable soup, biscuit and dessert.

There are a variety of things to do in Branson, Missouri but the newest trend seems to be ziplining.  Several zipline attractions have popped up over the last couple of years, each offering a unique experience for those who want to zip through the sky. 

Zipline companies in Branson:
The scenic beauty of the Ozarks is featured at on the Branson Zipline Canopy Tour, while companies like Adventure Ziplines offer a convenient location right in the heart of Branson.  The Vigilante ZipRider at Shepherd of the Hills is a different kind of zip experience as you sit and ride.  Leaving from atop Inspiration Tower, the ride gives you a bird’s eye view of the Ozarks.  Indian Point Zipline currently has four zipline towers, but are working on completing four more towers, one of which will provide great views of Table Rock Lake.  SkySurfer It is the very first motorized, computer controlled zipline ride in the world, while Zipline USA features one of the largest courses in the United States, with over 3 miles of cables.
No matter which zipline company your pick, you’re sure to have a thrilling adventure.   All Branson Zipline tours feature something different, creating a plethora of ways to zip in the Ozarks.

A Branson holiday vacation isn’t complete without a tour through the Shepherd of the Hills Trail of Lights.

The Trail of Lights winds through Shepherd of the Hill’s 160-acres, and guests will find a variety of beautiful, holiday-themed light displays along the way. This is the 23rd year the Shepherd of the Hills has produced the Trail of Lights, making it a tradition for many families. The Trail of Lights features more than 100 animated displays and over 4 million lights.

It’s great family fun too, because guests can enjoy the sights from the warmth of their own vehicles. Traveling through more than a dozen themed areas, including a Victorian Village and Winter Wonderland, families get a real sense of the joy of the season. Plus, Trail of Lights tickets include a trip inside Inspiration Tower, where guests can get a birds-eye-view of the twinkling lights from 230-feet.

Make night of it with tickets to Christmas on the Trail, also located at the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead.  A hearty, Christmas dinner, served straight off of a vintage 1800’s chuckwagon will fill you up before you gather round the campfire for a true cowboy Christmas.

Make plans to experience the magic of the holiday season during the Branson Area Festival of Lights.  Branson turns into a winter wonderland aglow for the holidays. 

Along with Branson Christmas shows and Silver Dollar City’s Old Time Christmas, one of the highlights of the season is the Festival of Lights.  The drive-through light festival is a delight for families.  The experience begins with a magical one-mile drive along a path illuminated with more than 175 displays. Conveniently located off Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and Roark Valley Road, this one-of-a-kind family experience promises to be spectacular.

Branson Area Festival of Lights Drive-Through is open daily Nov. 1 – Jan. 2, 2013, from dusk until 11 p.m.

Admission Fees for 2012:

Family Vehicles – $12
Family Season Pass – $25
Mini-Coaches (12-28 seats), Church Vans and Limos – $30
Full-Size Motorcoaches – $55

Reserve a vacation in Branson this holiday season to experience an Ozark Mountain Christmas.

The Radisson Hotel Branson is one of the premier places to stay in Branson.  With the completion of a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation they are ensuring the Radisson continues its commitment to excellence.

The $5.5 million project update nearly all aspects of the building, with all 472 guest rooms receiving upgrades like new 37-inch flat panel TVs and modern décor. The on-site amenities were also treated to an upgrade, including the lobby, restaurant, lounge and meeting space, The Time Out Sports Lounge now features six big screens and an updated menu.  The fitness center has also double in sized, making working out while you’re on a business or pleasure trip even easier when you stay at the Branson Radisson Hotel.
Reserve a room at the Radisson Branson today to experience the newly renovated property.  Located right on Highway 76, you’ll have convenient access to Branson shows and attractions.
Inside the Titanic Museum during Christmas

The Titanic Museum Branson features unique family-friendly events throughout the year. The attraction is home to over 400 priceless artifacts and historic treasures, a replica of the Grand Staircase, and interactive elements that provide insight into that fateful night.

Upcoming Titanic Branson events include:

Titanic Honors Veterans
November 7-14, 2012

Military members receive very special offer with Military ID during Branson Veterans Week, November 7-14, 2012. Guests must present a Military ID/Papers.

Happy Birthday Molly and Carter!
November 24th and 25th

Come join us each day, Saturday, November 24th and Sunday, November 25th at noon outside for a very special birthday celebration in honor of Molly and Carter’s 4th birthday. Guests will be able to meet Molly and Carter, take pictures with them, and meet their very talented dog handlers.  Molly and Carter work onboard the Titanic Museum Attractioneach day in honor of the dogs that sailed aboard the Titanic.

Titanic Christmas and Winter Celebration: Thanksgiving through December 30

The Titanic Branson MO turns into a magical place during the holiday season. The ship becomes aglow with lights, festive decorations adorn the halls and Santa and Titanic’s Fantasy Princess welcome the magic of the Christmas season. 

Purchase your Titanic tickets today to enjoy all of these festive events.

Celebrate An Old Time Christmas at Silver Dollar CityNovember 3 – December 30, 2012. The Branson event is rated one of the top five holiday events in the country by Good Morning America. Visit Silver Dollar City and see why the magic of the holidays starts in Branson, Missouri.

With the purchase of discount Silver Dollar City tickets, you’ll see the dazzling twinkle of over four million lights sets the park aglow, and the festive decorations that bring the true meaning of the season home. The celebration begins at Silver Dollar City’s Square, which is the setting for Christmas on Main Street, SDC’s biggest light show ever. Their beautiful five-story special effects Christmas tree sparkles and dances in unison with over one million lights adorning the City’s square and is a breathtaking sight to see. Some of the music featured includes “Carol of the Bells,” “Joy to the World,” and “Sleigh Ride.”

Silver Dollar City is presenting an all-new holiday show this year – It’s a Wonderful Life!  The musical adaptation of this popular Christmas story is exclusive to Silver Dollar City. 
The Gifts of Christmas Holiday Light Parade is presented twice each evening, and features an array of characters emblazoned in over 100,000 lights. Shows like The Living Nativity and Frosty! are planned, and Santa himself will be available at Kringles Krossing.

A Dickens’ Christmas Carol is celebrating 10 years at the Branson theme park.  The original musical adaptation of the famous classic by Charles Dickens features a live band, astounding special effects, beautiful Victorian scenery and period costuming, and the inspiring story of redemption and hope.

Silver Dollar City’s rides and attractions will also be open during this event, weather permitting, so visitors will be able to enjoy Wildfire and The Giant Swing while they celebrate the season. Check out the Silver Dollar City Winter Ride Guide for more information.

With Two Days for the Price of One Silver Dollar City Tickets you’ll be able to celebrate An Old Time Christmas for two incredible days all for the low price of one ticket.

Silver Dollar City tickets and Silver Dollar City packages are on sale now.

Barry Williams has been performing in Branson in shows named The Brady Brunch and Lunch with The Brady Brunch over the past couple of seasons.  Both shows were held at the Yakov Theater, but both the location and the show Barry Williams stars in will change in 2013.

Next year, Williams will debut a new show called “Totally 70s Music Explosion.”  It will take audiences on a nostalgic trip back in time with singers, dancers, a live band and multimedia presentation.  The show will begin March 16, 2013, with performances scheduled Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2pm.  The new show will be located at the RFD-TV Theater. 
If you can’t wait until 2013 to see Barry Williams live in Branson, Missouri purchase tickets to Lunch with the Brady Bunch, showing now through December 8 at 11am, Wednesday through Saturday.

It may be hard to believe, but the holiday season is right around the corner.  Branson, Missouri begins its Christmas season November 1, 2012, and welcomes Ozark Mountain Christmas with festivals, seasonal shows and, of course, millions of twinkling lights. 

Now is the time to purchase your Branson Christmas Show tickets as shows sell out fast and you’ll want to book early to get the best seats.  Many Branson Christmas Shows feature great discounts and deals, too, which is fantastic for families. 

The following Branson Christmas Shows and Attractions are on sale now:
Visitors to Branson can also look forward to the Branson Area Festival of Lights, the 64th Annual Adoration Parade and Nativity Lighting, as well as the Polar Express Christmas Train at the Branson Railway and many other seasonal delights.  Reserve your Branson Christmas vacation today to experience Christmas in the Ozarks.