November 1 – December 31: The Trail of Lights
The Trail of Lights opens November 1. Festive holiday music plays as you make your way through the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead, decorated with millions of Christmas lights. Open 7 nights a week from dusk until the end of the shows.
November 1 – December 31: Titanic Christmas and Winter Celebration
The Titanic Museum will be transformed during the holiday season with Christmas decorations and lights. Stop by to see the festive sights and meet the Titanic Fantasy Princess.
November 1 – January 2: Branson Area Festival of Lights
Branson lights up for the holidays. The one-mile drive is illuminated with over 175 displays and is located off Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and Roark Valley Road. Open daily from dusk until 11pm.
November 2 – December 30: An Old Time Christmas at Silver Dollar City
Named one of the top 5 holiday events in the country by Good Morning America, An Old Time Christmas features 4 million lights, a 5-story special effects Christmas tree, a holiday lights parade, plus holiday shows and treats.
November 5-11: Veterans Homecoming Week
This seven day tribute to veterans includes many special events throughout Branson. Many are free to veterans. See the complete schedule of events online.
November 8: Charlie Daniels
Charlie Daniels is set to perform at 8pm at The Oak Ridge Boys Theatre.
November 11: Veteran’s Day Parade
The 79th annual Branson Veteran’s Day parade will make its way through Historic Downtown Branson at 11am.
November 15-16: Johnny Mathis
Both shows will be performed at 8pm at The Oaky Ridge Boys Theatre.
November 29: Branson Landing’s Black Friday Blowout
Get the best black Friday deals at stores throughout the Branson Landing.