Shows & Entertainment

Cats Pajamas on NBC’s “The Sing-Off”

Branson’s energetic, five man capella group named “The Cat’s Pajamas” have entered the national spotlight after being selected by NBC  to compete on the new NBC television show called “The Sing-Off”. These charming guys play 200 shows a year in Branson and have toured the world performing their unique show where they create the sounds of an entire band by using only their voices. We wish the Cat’s Pajamas the best of luck in their competition.


Celebrating Labor day in Branson


History of Labor Day

Labor Day was originally created by the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It celebrates the countless hours Americans have devoted to the strength and prosperity of our great Nation.

The first Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City.  The next year it was again celebrated on September 5th, but in 1884 it was decided that the first Monday in September would become the official day of celebration, giving many workers the beloved 3-day weekend!

Bring on the Celebration!

Labor Day has long been celebrated with great food and music, and in Branson we continue on with tradition.

September 4th: The Branson Landing   6PM-Midnight

Entertainment, dining, shopping, and activities for the whole family!   CBS affiliate KOLR 10 will also be at the Branson Landing broadcasting for the MDA Telethon.

September 4th: The Branson Landing 6:30 PM-8:30 PM

Country Music Artist Candy Coburn who has shared the stage with  many notable performers, including Brooks and Dunn,Montgomery Gentry, Black Shelton, Josh Turner, and Lady Antebellum will be performing in the Town Square.

September 4th: The Branson Landing 9PM

Considered by many to be the premier Classic Rock cover band in the  St Louis area, a 9-piece powerhouse with full horn section and 6  vocalists with a repertoire approaching a 150 songs, including Classic Rock, Motown, R&B, Southern Rock Funk, Jazz, Disco, Blues, and  Country Rock will take the stage in the Town Square!

September 5th: Tanger Mall

The fantastic  annual Labor Day Sale!

September 5th: Chateau on the Lake- Dusk

A truly spectacular fireworks display, backyard BBQ Buffet, and live entertainment!

Branson will also be in full swing with its’ fantastic line-up of live music shows, golf courses, museums, go-kart tracks, mini-golf, Silver Dollar City, zip lines, and water sports on our beautiful lakes!

We love Labor Day weekend in Branson, Missouri!



“Stupid Human and Stupid Pet Tricks”

Now is your chance to acquire fame and fortune. The crew from the  David Letterman Show will be at the Branson Landing on August 6th to conduct auditions for their “Stupid Animal Tricks” and “Stupid Human Tricks”.  So if you would like to show your “Stupidness” to the world, come down to Branson the Branson landing Saturday, August 6th and register. Be there early as the casting call starts at 10 AM. Winning contestants will receive an all expenses paid trip to New York,  payment for your show appearance, and a chance to perform on the stage of the famous Ed Sullivan Theater in front of millions of television viewers.


Free Summer Concerts at the Branson Landing!

June 24th 8:00 PM MEMBERS ONLY – LIVE IN CONCERT!

July 3rd – 8:00 PM – 4TH ANNUAL LIBERTY LIFHT UP CONCERT
FEATURING THE SOULED OUT BAND – LIVE IN CONCERT!

July 15th – 8:00 PM – BIG SMITH – LIVE IN CONCERT!

July 29th – 8:00 PM – THE NASHVEGAS ALL STARS – LIVE IN CONCERT!

August 6th – 8:00 PM – CHAIN REACTION – A TRIBUTE TO JOURNEY – LIVE IN CONCERT!

August 12th – 8:00 – PM THE MARK CHAPMAN BAND – LIVE IN CONCERT!

August 26th – 8:00 PM – THE JIMI JAMISON BAND – LIVE IN CONCERT!

September 4th – THE 2011 LABOR DAY CONCERT SERIES FEATURING:
6:30 PM CANDY COBURN – LIVE IN CONCERT!
9:00 PM NONSTOP CLASSIC ROCK – LIVE IN CONCERT!

September 16th – 8:00 PM – THE KSWISS IRONMAN 70.3 BLOCK PARTY CONCERT –STARRING CHAIN REACTION – A TRIBUTE TO JOURNEY – LIVE IN CONCERT!

September 23rd – 7:00 PM – BIG SMITH – LIVE IN CONCERT!

October 8th – 7:00 PM – PAINT THE LANDING PINK BENEFIT CONCERT


Moe Bandy the Bull Rider

Moe Bandy grew up in Meridian, Texas, hometown of the legendary Jimmie Rodgers who then worked on the railroad for Moe’s Dad. After the family moved to San Antonio when Moe was six years old, he made some appearances with his Dad’s country band but was more interested in bronco busting and bull riding.  By the time he was 16, he was competing in rodeos across Texas. In 1962, he began a serious pursuit of a career in country music with his own band in San Antonio when not on the job as a sheet metal worker. In 1973 he made some contacts in Nashville and later recorded his favorite song “Bandy The Rodeo Clown” before producing many more hits. He opened the Moe Bandy Theatre in Branson in the early ‘90s and helped the town become known as the Live Music show Capital of America.


« Older Entries Newer Entries »
Electronic Payments
Phone: 1-800-768-3892 · Address: 1294 State Hwy 248 Branson, MO. 65616