Weekend Concerts in Branson, Missouri

They don’t call Branson the “live musical capitol of the world” for nothing! The quality and quantity of live music offered in Branson is incredible, and this upcoming weekend is a testament to just how incredible it is! October 4th and 5th, Branson visitors will have the opportunity to see three amazing live music performances including the country styling’s of Clint Black, Diamond Rio, and Pam Tillis with Lorrie Morgan!

Clint Black
This Friday and Saturday, country music star Clint Black is set to perform at Andy Williams Moon River Theatre, as part of the theater’s Moon River Weekends Lineup. Regarded as one of country music’s most talented performers, Clint Black has written and released over 100 songs. Famous for his songs “When I Said I Do”, “A Better Man”, and “Killin’ Time”, Black is known the world over for his talent and musicianship.

Diamond Rio
Saturday, October 5th, country music’s Diamond Rio will be performing for Branson audiences at the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre! Beautifully combining country and gospel, this six-time Vocal Group of the Year will bring an incredible performance to fanatic concert-goers of all ages.

Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan
Join Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan for an evening of music, laughter, and good times on October 4th at RFD-TV Theatre for their show, “Grits and Glamour”! For over 20 years, these ladies of country music have been performing and entertaining audiences with their brilliant vocals and genuine lyrics, and now Branson audiences will have the chance to watch them together on the same stage! RFD-TV Theatre provides Branson with several outstanding shows, year-round.

For more information about these concerts, hotels, and things to do in Branson, please visit http://www.bransonshows.com/

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