Branson Theatre

Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone and Mitch Ryder
October 18, 2019 7PM

“Hermans Hermits starring original lead singer Peter Noone” will fill the night with their long list of chart topping hits including “There’s A Kind Of Hush,” “I’m Henry The XIII I Am,” “I’m Into Something Good,” “Mrs. Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter,” “Wonderful World,” “Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat,” and “Silhouettes.”

Starting out the evening with some of the greatest rock songs of the decade is the incredible Mitch Ryder. “Devil With A Blue Dress On/Good Golly Miss Molly,” “Jenny Take A Ride,” “Sock It To Me Baby,” and “Little Latin Lupe Lu” are just a few of the songs that made Mitch Ryder an international star in the 60s, and his songs are still some of the most played on rock radio today.

For Ticket information call 1-800-505-9355



Million Dollar Quartet
August 29 through December 5, 2019, 8PM

On December 4, 1956 one man brought JOHNNY CASH, JERRY LEE LEWIS, CARL PERKINS, and ELVIS PRESLEY to play together for the first and only time. His name was SAM PHILLIPS. The place was SUN RECORDS. That night they made ROCK AND ROLL HISTORY.
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET captures the infectious spirit and thrilling sounds of a singular moment when four of the music industry’s most extraordinary talents, all in their creative prime, came together for one of the most memorable nights in music history. MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET plays August 29 through December 5, 2019, 8PM at The Welk Resort Theatre.

For Ticket information call 1-800-505-9355 or visit MDQBranson.com

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Daniel O'Donnell
November 1–23, 2019

DANIEL O’DONNELL brings his smash Christmas hit back to Branson in 2019, an afternoon extravaganza that’s sure to sell out! Make plans now to join us for CHRISTMAS AND MORE WITH DANIEL O’DONNELL running selected dates November 1–23, 2019.
This must-see performance features Daniel’s iconic blend of country and Irish folk music, showcasing scores of Christmas classics along with countless other festive songs, along with dancing and live music. See full calendar of performances on reverse and buy your tickets today!

For Ticket information call 1-800-505-9355



Branson Theatre – Let’s Go See a Show!

Branson Theatre – The spacious 2,300-seat Welk Resort Theater in Branson features nationally-recognized stars in concert and professional productions of high-quality entertainment. The Welk Theatre Branson is located inside the Welk Resorts Branson and hosts performances year-round. Performances change seasonally.

Questions? Call our box office at (417) 337-7469.

 

Group Tickets

Great Discounts on Welk Theatre Tickets for Groups

A live stage performance at Welk Theatre Branson is more than fun with a big group; it’s a great deal, too.

  • Discounted group rates can include lunch or dinner, show, tax and gratuity
  • Free and convenient parking in a safe environment
  • Friendly staff greets and assists your group upon arrival

How To Book As Easy as 1-2-3

For Group Tickets Call the Welk Theatre Group Sales Department at 800-808-9355 with at least two dates for the show of your choice.

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Theatre Rental

Book Welk Theatre Branson for Your Next Event

The Welk Resort Theatre Branson is an ideal venue for viewing a live show, conducting a business conference or enjoying a social gathering. Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, churches, families, military reunions, schools, and performance groups have rented our  2,200-seat auditorium and spacious lobby for all types of events.

  • Business/Associate Meetings
  • Customer Appreciation Events
  • Workshops and Presentations
  • Celebrations/Company Parties

Let the Welk Production Team design your live entertainment to accompany and compliment your program, themed to your specific business or craft!

Rates are negotiable, reasonable and can be built based on your specific needs and budget. Call (800) 808-9355 for more information and to arrange your rental of this space for your next gathering.

For Theatre Rental Call for Schedule and Details

Subject to change and schedule would be impacted by changeovers of each new production.