Many of the Branson shows close for a couple of months after Christmas, but the shows at the Grand Country Music Hall remain open year round.  The only time the theater closes is the first week of January, where they spend time on maintenance and other upkeep.
Grand Country is home to a variety of shows, including its signature production – The Grand Jubilee.  The show features Branson-based quartet New South, comprised of Jason, Robinson, Trey Wilson, Jason Pritchett and Mark McCauley.  They sing today’s country hits as well as quartet classics from the Oak Ridge

Boys to the Eagles. From Country and hand-clapping Gospel, to decades of Rock & Roll favorites, this show appeals to audience members of all ages.  House comedian Jim Dandy adds humor to the Grand Jubilee, and keeps everyone laughing through the two hour production.
The Grand Country Square is a full entertainment complex, complete with a hotel equipped with an indoor & outdoor waterpark – The Grand Country Inn – as well as a Papa Grand’s Pizza, the Grand Country Buffet, indoor mini-golf, and family fun zone featuring interactive games and arcade fun.