Wednesday, October 22, 2008

My new job

Ozark Mountain Christmas event is Saturday, November 1, at 10:00 a.m. at Branson Landing

The Holiday Promenade of Stars parade at the Branson Landing has a very special Grand Marshall again this year – “Mr. Christmas” Andy Williams. And later this year, Branson will be sharing that Grand Marshall with another parade, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.

The Holiday Promenade of Stars kicks off the 2008 festivities for Ozark Mountain Christmas on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 10:00 a.m. and will feature many of your favorite Branson stars, a marching band, dancers, acrobats, drummers and more. Even Santa himself joins in the fun as he makes his way to his very own Christmas Tree House in Town Square!

The parade begins promptly at 10:00 a.m. at the north end of Branson Landing by BELK Department Store. The Holiday Promenade of Stars moves along the thoroughfare until it arrives in Town Square. Local radio personalities, Steve and Janet, from Branson’s Hometown Radio KRZK 106.3, will host LIVE performances by Andy Williams, The Lennon Sisters, Bob Anderson, SIX, Jake Simpson, Jason Yeager, the cast of Country Tonite, and many other stars of music shows in Branson. As the promenade continues to move toward the Bass Pro Shops, a second performance area will be hosted by Bob Nichols, host and comedian with Country Tonite, and Gene Bicknell, owner of The Mansion and the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre. Don’t miss all the performances and appearances by Moe Bandy, The Platters and Liverpool Legends with the Starlite Theatre, Silver Dollar City, The Mansion and many more.

Join us at Branson Landing on Saturday morning, November 1st at 10:00 a.m., as we kick off, “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" in Branson with the Holiday Promenade of Stars. Have a very Merry Christmas – in Branson!


m.v. said...

which one on the photo are you?:-)

DKC said...

Because of a horrible accident with a horse drawn plow, Applecart t doesn't allow photos.

Susan said...

your outfit looks drafty - tell "Mr. Christmas" I said hey. (No lie - I had a crush on Andy Williams when I was little - he would have me on his show to sing songs and fall in love with me and we'd get married and sing perty songs the rest of our lives... too much time on my own on the farm...)

Kara said...

I just love Branson over the holidays. It really does remind me of the holidays when I was a little girl. The lights, the music, the weather...we just love it! My husband and I have been taking the kids for the past four years, and it's a tradition the whole family loves. Thanks for the info!