Branson’s Veterans Holiday
and Homecoming Celebration
4 Days | November 9-12, 2021
Starting At $Flexible Pricing
Untold thousands of veterans come to Branson every November for Veteran’s Homecoming Week. It is America’s largest Veterans Day celebration and is a special time set aside to honor Veterans, active duty personnel and their families. It a week filled with great music, civic pride and a sense of honor.
Branson Veterans Day Parade
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Day 1 – Branson, MO – Branson’s Gift of Lights – SIX, the Show
Arrive in Branson, MO and check into your hotel for a three night stay. Dinner is included this evening at Landry’s Seafood Restaurant. Nestled in the heart of all the fun and excitement Branson has to offer, Landry’s Seafood restaurant has brought the great taste of the Gulf Coast to one of the nation’s premiere entertainment destinations.
Following dinner, visit Branson Gift of Lights, Branson’s premiere drive-through festival of Lights. This all-new, all-LED drive-thru Christmas Light display is located at the same location where Branson has enjoyed Christmas lights for years: at the intersection of Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and Expressway Lane. See displays such as the 12 Days of Christmas, Noah and the Ark, or the Christmas Tree Forest. There are also several patriotic displays and the North Pole Village.
Then you have tickets for a performance by SIX, a contemporary vocal band on power-mode and features six real brothers, Barry, Kevin, Lynn, Jak, Owen and Curtis, who take musical entertainment to a whole new level. Critically acclaimed and dubbed as “an orchestra of human voices” and “masters of showmanship”, these multi-talented brothers sound like a band using only their mouths. These pioneers of a cappella are six of ten Knudsen brothers who have been singing contemporary a cappella with incredible beatbox vocals and harmonizing since they were children, over 40 years in total.
Day 2 – Clay Cooper Show – Dutton Family – Legends in Concert
This morning after breakfast, enjoy a performance of the Clay Cooper Show. Come see Clay Cooper and his Live Band, 11 Dancers, Third Power, and Comedian Matt Gumm! There are also outstanding youth entertainers Colton & Caden Cooper! Clay Cooper’s Country Express has something for everyone with 24 entertainers on stage, great visual effects and a variety of music – old and new country, rock, current hits, gospel, and patriotic! It’s more than just country! You don’t want to miss it!
Then enjoy some free time for a lunch break and some shopping or sightseeing. The afternoon features the Dutton Family Show. The Duttons are international touring and recording artists who perform bluegrass to classical music and everything in between. Their show features a variety of instruments, including violin, guitar, bass, viola, banjo, mandolin, keyboard, harmonica, and drums, among others. The Duttons have garnered awards and recognition in national fiddling contests, classical violin competitions, and as studio musicians.
Tonight features dinner and a show at the famous “Legends in Concert,” held at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theatre. Here you see a live tribute show with elaborate theatrical sets, magnificent costumes and full array of incredible special effects. An outstanding cast of accomplished tribute artists, talented singers and dancers, and a live orchestra comprised of some the top musicians in the industry, support each Legends in Concert production.
Day 3 – Branson’s Veterans Day Parade – Branson Landing – Pierce Arrow
Today, you will start with Branson’s Veterans Day Parade through downtown Branson. Veteran’s who wish and veteran groups can join the Parade. It is dedicated to honoring Veterans, active duty Armed Forces personnel, and their families in a way that goes above beyond Branson’s recognition of them on a daily basis.
Following the parade, you have free time for browsing at Branson Landings located along the water front, with shops of all types. A variety of restaurants and cafes where you can have lunch on your own.
Dinner is included this evening at the Black Oak Grill. Dinner is included tonight at the Black Oak Grill. Inspired by the black oak trees throughout America, the Black Oak Grill is sure to comfort your taste buds with its distinctive take on American cuisine. The welcoming staff will make you feel right at home in the restaurant’s warm, lodge-inspired interior. Make sure to come hungry and let the Black Oak Grill take care of the rest.
Tonight, enjoy the Pierce Arrow Evening Show. Branson’s Hottest Show features a cast who brings the audience along with them to enjoy the time of their lives. With Pierce Arrow, talent overflows, from the World’s lowest bass singers according to the Guinness Book of World Records, to masterful harmonies and expert entertainers, these gentlemen truly love what they do and it shows.
Day 4 – Depart for home
After breakfast, depart for home.