| Don’t miss this Special THURSDAY NIGHT Concert at Branson Landing starting at 7pm in front of the fountains, featuring the amazing Cate Brothers! The Cate Brothers, identical twins Earl and Ernie, exemplify the country-style rock and roll that flourishes in the Ozark Mountains area of northwest Arkansas. Although best known for country music, the Cates added rock and roll to their approach in a distinctly unpretentious way, inheriting the legacy of some of the earliest Arkansas rockabilly performers.
The Cates were born in Fayetteville and grew up in Springdale and although not born to a musical family, the Cates taught themselves how to play and were heavily influenced during their teenage years by Hawkins, whose ever-changing band, the Hawks, was at that time composed of the personnel who eventually became famous as Bob Dylan’s backup ensemble, the Band: pianist Richard Manuel, keyboardist Garth Hudson, drummer Levon Helm, and guitarist Robbie Robertson. The Cates have remained close to the northwest Arkansas area and remain true to their musical roots in that theirs is a “country soul” unit, and they are masters of a kind of rhythmic eclecticism that is native to the cultural territory from which it emerged, bounded generationally by Bob Wills’s western swing and the Band’s blend of hillbilly simplicity and blues depth and incorporating both styles into their own music.
The Cates have earned a devoted following of their own and have continued to release albums, including Radioland (1995), Struck a Vein (1997), and Cate Brothers Band Live (1999) and to this day, they remain a well-respected regional band among their peers in the music world and have carried the northwest Arkansas style of classic rock into the twenty-first century.|
|The Margaret "Molly" Brown saga will be relived in all its spellbinding glory when the legendary Titanic heroine's great-granddaughter, Helen Benzinger, makes a special, two-day public appearance on Thursday, June 20 and Friday, June 21 at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri. |
|From playing honky-tonks on lower Broadway in Nashville, Tennessee to opening arena and large festival dates for Peter Frampton, John Fogerty, Vince Gill, The Doobie Brothers and the legendary Kenny Rogers, among others…Savannah Jack has honed their skills as outstanding live entertainers who captivate audiences from the very first note.
Savannah Jack brings a highly entertaining and energetic show to the stage – so join us on Saturday, June 22nd at 8pm in front of the fountains for what Joe Guercio, Elvis Presley’s longtime music and orchestra director, calls Savannah Jack, “the absolute best band I’ve seen in country music today…the Alabama of the 21st century.” |
| Come see Tim McGraw in concert at the Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater. Call 417-779-1222 for tickets.|
| Come see Merle Haggard, up-close and in concert at the RFD-TV Theater. Call 417-332-2282 for reservations.|
|Branson Landing is honored to work with The Branson RecPlex to hold the Opening Ceremony and Parade of Athletes for the Boy’s Baseball World Series Event taking place in Branson. Stop down by the fountains and help us welcome the USSSA U11 Boys Global World Series.
And…don’t miss a very special performance by THE BLUES BROTHERS from the Legends in Concert Show to get the event started and experience, first-hand the best of Elwood and Jake (Justin Clark and Bucky Heard) who have been working together since the late 90’s and keep the heart and soul of the Blues Brothers™ alive and well on the Legends Stage at the Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater. |
|Back by popular demand…Chain Reaction – a Tribute to Journey from Nashville, Tennessee! DON’T MISS this exciting and unforgettable concert by Chain Reaction – they’re the band that you’ll become a fan of after their first song and yes…this is the band that everyone talks about. Join us for what promises to be an exciting concert as this group of five is one of the best tribute bands in the country, honoring the timeless classics of Journey. Sing along as they take you back in time with the Big Hits and make you feel the magic of Journey all over again.
Concert begins at 8pm down by the Branson Landing Fountains – so join us for an unforgettable evening of music with Chain Reaction – a Tribute to Journey. |
|Collectors, dealers and enthusiasts alike will enjoy the wide aisles and great art.|
|College of the Ozarks
Honor America Day
Sunday, June 30
Fireworks at dark!
Picnic and Music starting at 6 p.m.|
|Join us for Branson Landing's 6th Annual Liberty Light Up – and celebrate Independence Day - In a BIG Way - a Day Early! Don’t miss our special WEDNESDAY, July 3rd Concert at 8:00 pm in front of the Branson Landing fountains featuring the band, THE HORN DAWGS, from Branson, MO.
Following the concert, Branson Landing’s 6th Annual Liberty Light Up – will light up the skies over Lake Taneycomo with an amazing choreographed Fireworks Display Show produced by Gateway Fireworks Displays. This celebration promises to be unforgettable with a choreographed opening highlighting a spectacular celebration of America’s Independence - closing with a Gateway Fireworks Signature Grand Finale that will leave you in awe. Following the Fireworks Spectacular, THE HORN DAWGS will take the stage again and end the evening on a high note!|