Asleep At The Wheel in Branson, MO

Clay Cooper Theatre3216 W. 76 Country Blvd.Branson, MO 65616
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Overview

Experience an unforgettable evening with the legendary Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel live at the Clay Cooper Theatre on November 1, 2024. Delight in this Grammy-award-winning band's timeless blend of Western swing and country music spanning more than 30 albums in over 50 years. Don't miss out on this extraordinary Branson show for one night only!

Good To Know

  • See the past and longstanding Asleep at the Wheel band members for a memorable night of nostalgia.
  • Make sure to mark your calendars to catch them live exclusively at the Clay Cooper Theatre in Branson this year!
  • The show lasts approximately two (2) hours with a 15-minute intermission.
  • Admission is free for children ages three (3) and below! Don’t forget to select a free ticket for them.
  • Capture memories but be mindful of flash photography during the performance.
  • Enjoy snacks and beverages available for purchase at the concession stand.
  • Complimentary on-site parking is provided, including ADA-accessible spots.
  • Various wheelchair-accessible seating options are available with advance notice.

Description

from Asleep At The Wheel
Witness the legendary return of Asleep at the Wheel at the Clay Cooper Theater in Branson.

For over fifty years, Ray Benson has carried the torch of Western swing music across the globe, sharing its irresistible sound with generation after generation. As the front man and visionary, Benson has steered the Wheel through more than 30 albums, 10 Grammy awards, and countless miles on the road.

Asleep at the Wheel has collaborated on records with genre-spanning friends, including Willie Nelson on 2009’s Grammy-nominated Willie and the Wheel and other critically acclaimed artists, including Brad Paisley, Jamey Johnson, Merle Haggard, George Strait, the Avett Brothers, Amos Lee, Old Crow Medicine Show and Lyle Lovett on Still the King, their 2015 critically-acclaimed and Grammy-winning tribute to Bob Wills. On their latest release, Half A Hundred Years, Asleep At The Wheel continued their contributions to the American music landscape when three original members of Asleep at the Wheel—Chris O’Connell, Leroy Preston, and Lucky Oceans—returned after 40 years to lend their voices and musicianship to a number of tracks on the album along with Emmylou Harris, Lee Ann Womack, George Strait, Lyle Lovett and Willie Nelson.

Don't miss this historic event where musical legends unite on one stage.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Asleep At The Wheel

Is this Branson show from the Asleep at the Wheel tour recommended for children?

Yes! The show is enjoyable for all ages. Plus, children ages three (3) and under watch free!

Does Clay Cooper Theatre have parking?

Yes. Guests can enjoy complimentary parking on site. ADA-accessible parking spots are also available, but please come early for a preferred parking spot. If accessible spots are no longer available, parking attendants will allow you to unload guests there or ride the courtesy golf cart to the front of the building.

Is there wheelchair seating available?

Yes! Seating accommodations are available for those who need to stay in their wheelchair, aisle seats for guests who need to transfer out, aisle seats with an arm raise if they require more comfort or help getting into the chair, and a bench along the back which allows more space. For accessible seating accommodations, please make a note of your request in the comments section above when booking your reservation.

Are there food and drinks available onsite?

Yes, food and drinks are available for purchase at the theater's fully loaded concession stand. They serve popcorn, fountain drinks, pretzels, nachos, hot dogs, and Icees. You can also hamburgers, order pizza, chicken sandwiches, cappuccino, and more from the theater's extended menu.

Are alcoholic drinks served on site?

Unfortunately, no. Alcoholic drinks are not permitted inside the theater.

Is smoking allowed?

Guests are welcome to smoke in the designated areas outside the building. However, smoking is not allowed inside the theater.

Can I take photos or videos?

Photography is allowed, but please note that due to copyright laws, video recording is not allowed.

Is there a dress code?

Casual attire is fine, but don’t let that stop you from dressing up if that’s what you’d like to do! The theater can also be cold, so consider bringing a light jacket.