Plan Ahead for Branson’s 5th Annual Irish Celebration

There are a variety of exciting events throughout the year in Branson, and in March, you can celebrate Irish culture and heritage at Titanic – The Legend Continues. The 5th Annual Irish Celebration lasts throughout the entire month of March at the Titanic attraction, and you can enjoy Irish music and folklore to celebrate the many skilled Irish laborers that both built the Titanic in Belfast and worked on the ship’s crew. Since there were more Irish citizens aboard the Titanic than any other national origin, you are sure to learn something new and have fun celebrating the Irish at the Titanic during this exciting event.

During you vacation in Branson, you will want to see one of the shows that Branson is known for. You will have a fabulous time at the Shoji Tabuchi Show, where you will see world-renowned violinist Shoji Tabuchi and his family put on an incredible show. Shoji, his wife Dorothy and his daughter Christina perform a variety of songs from classical to modern rock hits. You will also see entertaining routines by rope twirling cowboys and dancers at the show. Come see why the Tabuchi family is considered the “First Family of Branson” by booking this amazing show!

While you are in Branson, you can fulfill your lifetime dream of piloting a helicopter by taking the “I Pilot” Helicopter Adventure. This incredible experience will allow you to sit at the controls of a helicopter while going over notable Branson landmarks and attractions like Table Rock Dam, Silver Dollar City and White Water. Your experienced co-pilot will help you learn to safely fly the helicopter so you can enjoy an exciting adventure in the sky above Branson!

0 thoughts on “Plan Ahead for Branson’s 5th Annual Irish Celebration

  1. This sounds like an extremely educational event. I loved the Titanic museum when I went and I’m sure there would be even more to find out at the Annual Irish Celebration.

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