The lively entertainment industry in Branson, MO is well-known, and tribute show performances are a great way to get a taste of it. The Sedaka Songbook is the show for you if you enjoy old-time music that influenced modern sounds.
This musical extravaganza comprises some of Neil Sedaka's most popular songs, which are known for making him one of the most well-known and influential singers of all time. You'll be able to listen to favorites like 'Breaking Up is Hard to Do,' 'Oh! Carol,' 'Should've Never Let You Go,' and 'Laughter in the Rain' as you travel down memory lane.
About Neil Sedaka
This American pop icon completely changed the way people sounded at the time. His career began in 1957, and he has sold millions of recordings since then. He has written or co-authored over 500 songs for himself and others as a gifted songwriter. 'Stairway to Heaven,' 'Solitaire,' and 'If I Could Write a Song' are just a handful of the successes he wrote. He also has 5 Grammy nominations for his name from his own hits like 'Ring Ring' and 'One Way Ticket to the Blues'.
About the Theater
The Grand Majestic Theater is where all of the action takes place. One of Branson's favorite venues is this theater. Each production, which includes a variety of shows, is brought to life on a large stage. It also employs a cutting-edge sound and lighting equipment, as well as costume, to ensure that each show reflects Branson's signature style. Whether you want tickets to see the Sedaka Songbook or want to solve a mystery at Branson's Murder Mystery Dinner Show, there is a show to suit your tastes!
With a trip to attend the Sedaka Songbook show, you can hear some of the most iconic songs right in the Ozarks. This evening will feature a wide range of incredible music and is guaranteed to be a blast. Following your performance, be sure to see all of the other fantastic Branson activities or book a hotel in the vicinity to round out your vacation package.
- What is the dress code?
Dress code is casual.
- In what theater is the show held?
Grand Majestic Theater.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free.