Showboat Branson Belle in Branson, MO #ExploreBranson
*I received a complimentary ticket to the Showboat Branson Belle in Branson, MO to facilitate my review. All thoughts are 100% honest and my own.
While in Branson, we were invited to cruise on the Showboat Branson Belle. Oh My Goodness! What an experience! This is one local attraction that you will not want to miss while in the area.
Our visit started with some shopping in the two mercantile shops. I wish we had allowed for more time as I had to rush in order to board the boat when it was time.
Prepare yourself for an amazing show, some of the best food around and a cruise around the beautiful Table Rock Lake. It was just on this side of being cold the night we cruised or I would have spent a lot more time outside. It was beautiful!
We were blessed to see the Made in The USA show which is in its’ final year in Branson. Among the cast was world-renowned violinist Janice Martin. Wow! We are still talking about not only her talented voice and mad violin skills but to do all this while flying through the air is just breath taking.
The Branson ShowMen had us dancing and singing along with their classic American music from gospel to rock ‘n’ roll and Motown. These young men sang and danced as if they were having the time of their life. I love that in a performer.
The host for the evening was Christopher James who kept the entire room in stitches with his jokes. His illusions were woven throughout his show and played well into his humor and presentation. He was really funny!
If your travel plans bring you to Branson make sure to plan on setting sail on the Branson Belle.
I would like to thank the Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau, US Family Guide, and all the participating merchants for this trip. It was an amazing trip!
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