Spring into the Season with Branson Entertainment
As spring approaches, the many entertainment options of Branson, Missouri are beginning to open their doors for the 2010 season, offering travelers a chance to greet the warmer weather and longer days with a variety of quality attractions and shows throughout the Ozarks.
Noah the Musical is beginning its sophomore season in Branson on March 26. The tale of Noah and the Ark is returning in its typical grand fashion, complete with a rotating, 40-foot stage; 3D imaging and pyrotechnics; and a cast that includes over 50 people and animals!
Long-time Branson favorite Shoji Tabuchi will also be returning to the Branson entertainment scene within the next few weeks. Set to open his 2010 season on April 8, this year will mark Shoji’s 21st season of entertaining the Branson area. Experience a wide variety of music ranging from classical, to gospel, to oldies, to contemporary as Shoji highlights his undeniable talents on the violin.
Aside from shows opening over the next couple weeks, Branson visitors can also find a variety of quality options that are already entertaining spring travelers. From the charming 1800′s Ozarks atmosphere and thrilling rides of Silver Dollar City to the encompassing night of entertainment that can be found at Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show, Branson has been offering a lively travel destination throughout 2010 and will only be expanding its possibilities over the next couple weeks.