This Victorian edifice is the largest music theater in Branson, and the building alone is worth a stop. The inside is also ... More
Grand Palace Theater
This Victorian edifice is the largest music theater in Branson, and the building alone is worth a stop. The inside is also quite sizeable and has an 88-foot ceiling. Mosaic tiles and tapestries accent the lobby entrance, while only the massive chandelier that hangs above it dwarfs the grand stairway. Musical talents such as George Jones, Charlie Pride and the Oak Ridge Boys have graced the stage in the 4,000-seat theater. A gift shop is on the lower level.
We recently went to Branson and I was so disappointed. Many of the business have been closed and the building abandonde...some of them businesses that we have enjoyed visiting int he past. The Grand Palace was one of them! The weeds were grown up around the building and it was obviously abandonded. We had heard that the owners let it go into foreclosure, and at some point after it shut down, the interior was completely ruined by water damage from the sprinkler system bursting during cold weather. What a shame
Take it to the limit gets my vote for show of the year, however the building is in need of a cleaning and some repair. theater carpet was dirty and front of stage need painting. Curtain had some holes in it. it is a great place just need some upkeep. I will go back
Take It To The Limit was AWESOME!!!!!!! We took our son,daughter in law and their friend and we all enjoyed every second of it. I never thought anyone could do as good as the Eagles,but I was wrong,they are fantastic and what a bargain at $25.00 per ticket!! Keep up the great work.
I have been an Oak Ridge Boys fan for many years, but had not had the opportunity to see them live! I was not disappointed!! The show was better than I could have imagined! I hardly sat down through the entire performance! Each and every song the boys sang was wonderful and they are still as energetic and entertaining as they were in the 70's! I was also honored to meet and talk with Chris Golden, William Lee Golden's son. He is the drummer for their band the Mighty Oaks! He is quite a performer in his own right! If you get a chance to see them, GO! You won't be sorry!
Row 4 front and center for two persons was worth the $39.00 per ticket. The show was all Oak Ridge Boys. They sang one hour took a 20 minute break and then sang another 40 minutes. They had a wonderful blend of their gospel, country, and pop hits. They sang both their old standards as well as three songs from their new CD. Look for the new song "It is hard to be cool in a mini-van". This is a must see for any Oaks fan.
My husband and I have taken our grandsons to Branson for eight years. They have seen the Oaks the last several years. Its a wonder show. A few years we had front row seats and they come off the stage and talk to the boys who are now 12 and 13 years old. They have been so influenced by the Oaks that the older one now plays the piano, guitar and fiddle and the younger one the guitar. Last year Joe did a "back porch" song that was so great that we had to buy the CD. The boys know every song they sing. Its a great, great show.....Donna Hart, Sarasota Florida
Went to show in Branson Oct. 19. was the worst show I ever had to suffer thru. I was an Oaks fan before. They kept reminding us that we had 99 other choices of shows that night. How I wish I was at one!!!!! The sound was so loud that I enjoyed the John Wayne impersonation only because it was quiet. A rock guitar?! What's with that?! Also seemed that they made fun of the crowd for being in Branson. The cost was twice what other better shows would have been but their show was shoprter, Of course that was a blessing as it was the longest hour of my life. It was so loud that I had a headache. As I looked around, the bus tour seniors did not look to happy either. I am not an old person, one of the few younger than 50 there that night. They were lucky they could turn off their hearing aids!!!
Went and saw Kenny Rogers last week and was very disappointed as to our seats and the attention was all put on the from rows. I paid $30.00 for granddaughter to sit on my lap so she could see. They would not let us go down front and take just 1 picture as I was so far back I couldn't hardly see him. I will not go back to see him again. Alot of money for 1 hr and 15 min show.
Even though the building is new, the show that is put on here is the oldest one in Branson, having
started in 1959. During the action packed two hours, you will tap your foot along to familiar patriotic, country ...
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approximately 45 miles from Springfield International Airport. Property has two separate buildings. Building one houses the deluxe rooms, while ...
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