Lowe's BransonTown Dinner Theater 
949 State Hwy 165 at Fall Creek Road 
Branson, MO 65616 
417-334-0428 
800-215-6937 
Fax: 417-332-2320
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Lowe's BransonTown Dinner Theater is new in Branson with its premiere opening in 1999.

Theater:  State of the art everything, best sound, lighting, stage.

Seating:  500 theater style seats.  Intimate, close to the action.

Handicap access:  Excellent

Parking:  Ample, level parking

Shows
Lowe Sisters and the BransonTown Production.  The Lowe Sisters thrill audiences with their dynamic voices and warm personalities. BransonTown is an original musical comedy for the entire family. BransonTown depicts the last 100 years of down-home musical and home-spun fun to the high-tech glitz of today's 76 Country Boulevard.

Headliner Guest Stars:  Roy Clark, Bill Anderson, T.G. Sheppard, and Jerry Reed.

Bill Anderson
Bill Anderson, known as "Whispering Bill" and host of TNN's "Opry Backstage", is one of country music's most awarded songwriters and recording artists. Bill performs some of his hits, "Still", "City Lights", as well as songs from his new album, the first in eight years, "Fine Wine".

Jerry Reed
Popular country legend and co-star of the "Smokey" films, Jerry Reed performs his past hits as well as some new songs from his current album, "Flyin' High".  His songs and performance are full of the wit and humor that has made him so popular over the years.

Johnny Lee
Johnny Lee, popular recording artist and frequent TV and movie guest star, sings some of his greatest hits, "Lookin' For Love", "Cherokee Fiddle", as well as some of today's popular country songs.

T.G. Shepperd
T.G. Sheppard, known for "Devil In The Bottle" and "Fooled Around And Fell In Love" performs some of his hits of the past and many new country favorites.

Millennium Celebration
Lowe's BransonTown Theater is preparing for a fantastic three-day party to welcome the Millennium.

Guests are encouraged to dress in costume for each of the celebrations. Best costume will be awarded a $200 Treasury Bill.

More surprises and fun festivities are still in the planning stages.

Lunch Shows - Lunch served at noon - Show starts at 1:00 pm.

Dinner Shows - Dinner is served at 6:00 pm.  Show starts at 7:00 pm.

 
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Updated 21 March 1999