Travel Through Time With the Music of Branson, MO!
Just because we’re officially in the 21st century that is no reason to forget the classic sounds of yesteryear. Whether reminiscing over the psychedelic 70’s or stretching all the way back to the doo wop of the 50’s, there is still a countless collection of timeless hits to enjoy. And with a visit to Branson you’ll be able to relive these hits live in person through a variety of era specific shows dedicated to resurrecting the lost sounds of our culture. Check out some of the suggestions below to find a time of musical entertainment just right for your own musical preference.
50’s at the Hop Show
Relive poodle skirts, slicked hair and the birth of rock n roll all over again with 50’s at the Hop. A cast of 14 come together throughout the show to cover not only the sounds of the 50’s, but the entire atmosphere. From the smooth harmonies of barbershop groups to soulful beginnings of Motown, you’ll find the full spectrum featured with 50’s at the Hop.
Featuring a colorful palette that included the golden age of Motown, bubble gum pop and psychedelic rock, the 60’s was a blossoming time of musical experimentation and refinement; and you’ll be able to relive every single step and song of this classic era with #1 Hits of the 60’s. Throughout the show you’ll take in nearly 100 songs through an energetic cast that not only does justice to this classic era, but completely brings it to life before the crowd. Whether re-sowing your wild oats or experiencing the 60’s for the first time, #1 Hits of the 60’s is a classic representation of a classic decade.
70’s Music Show
Riding the psychedelic wave of the 60’s straight into the party-hard era of disco, the 70’s offered a care-free soundscape filled with songs of peace and party anthems. And while the 70’s have definitely come and gone, its musical memories still live on to this day. From Sonny and Cher to the Bee Gees, even if the younger guests don’t know the names of the artists they’re sure to have heard at least a few of the hits heard throughout the show.