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Country Music Stars Come to Branson in September & October

In the months of September and October, Branson is welcoming three country legends. Roy Clark will perform at the Tri-Lakes Center September 14, 24, 25 & 26 and October 1, 2, 3, 22, 23 & 24. Ray Price will also be taking the stage at the Tri-Lakes Center in Branson on September 17, 18 & 19, as well as October 8, 9 & 10. The Welk Resort welcomes Lee Greenwood & the Bellamy Brothers September 14-26 (except Sundays) & September 29 & 30, as well as October 1-24 (excluding Oct. 5 & Sundays).

Roy Clark is well-known country music performer who was one of the first country music stars to open his own venue in Branson, Missouri. The theater, known as the Roy Clark Celebrity Theater, is now owned by the Hughes Brothers. However, Roy Clark’s talent as both a guitarist and banjo player have brought him back to Branson, where he’ll entertain show-goers with hits like “Yesterday, When I was Young” & “Thank God & Greyhound” along with his signature comedy that was showcased on the hit show Hee-Haw. Roy Clark tickets are on-sale now.
Ray Price has been a country music star since the 1950’s. Known as The Cherokee Cowboy, Price has had success with hits like “Danny Boy,” “For the Good Times,” “Release Me,” “She Wears My Ring,” “Heartaches by the Number” and “Crazy Arms.” Ray Price is a true classic country music performer, and his limited engagement in Branson is sure to sell out fast. Ray Price tickets are on sale now.
Country greats Lee Greenwood & the Bellamy Brothers are back in Branson for an engagement at the Welk Resort Theater. Greenwood will showcase songs like “Dixie Road,” “Ring on her Finger, Time on her Hands,” and “God Bless the USA.” The Bellamy Brothers will bring “Let Your Love Flow,” “If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body (Would You Hold it Against Me)” and “Redneck Girl.” Lee Greenwood & the Bellamy Brothers tickets are on sale now.

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