While visiting Branson, Missouri, we had the pleasure of attending the Baldknobbers Jamboree Show. I had no idea what to expect, but knew we were in for a great time. We were honored to be guests of the show, compliments of ExploreBranson.com.
The Baldknobbers has been part of the Branson family entertainment, which started in 1959. The Baldknobbers, who are also known as the Mabe brothers, continues to this very day to entertain audiences. The second and third generations are just as entertaining as the rest of their previous family members were. And really, that is an understatement. The show was amazing.
I love country music and they sing the songs as we know them. Sometimes when you see bands, they don’t sound anything like the song. But the Baldknobbers were right on key and very entertaining. There are 2 guys who are comedians and I don’t think I ever laughed as much as I did that night. They also sing today’s #1 hits.
The show lasts for about 2 hours with an intermission. You can see yourself on the tv screen, buy the cd with your picture on it, get some souveniers, get the casts autographs and pictures with them.
The Baldknobbers Jamboree Show has a completely new show each show. So, if I were to go again next year, it would be entirely different. I was surprised to even see young kids at the show. Kids as young as 6 or 7 and up. They were even singing along, as was I, to all the songs.
Whether you are young or old, you are sure to enjoy the show. The show is at 8 PM nightly through the summer and they also have a Christmas Show which I would love to someday attend. The tickets are $29.99 and also have family passes available. We sat in the 6th row and it was like sitting in the front row, but there really isn’t a bad seat in the house.
The Baldknobbers also have a Motor Inn and Restaurant, right next door.
Be sure to add Branson, Missouri to your bucket list! Have you ever been to Branson and if so, what shows have you seen? Leave a comment below. Be sure to check out ExploreBranson.com to see all the things to do. Read my Branson, Missouri, Dick Clark’s American Bandstand review and Branson Towers Hotel.
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