The Top 5 Things You Should Not Miss in Branson in September 2016!
September marks the beginning of fall, but in Branson it also means fall festivals and endless events. We’ve compiled our top five favorite events that you should be attending this September!
In order of calendar date:
Farmers Market at the Branson Landing
September 1st kicks off the month with an attraction that is sure to bring out locals and tourists alike. The Farmers Market of the Ozarks, based in Springfield, has decided to test the Branson market.
According to an FMO news release, there are 35 vendor spots available for farmers to apply for. All vendors are vetted and must meet certain criteria to sell their products at the market.
The market will be open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays in September and October on the far south side end of the Branson Landing parking lot.
These two months will be used to test the market and find out if the market will stay in Branson. The market seeks to provide fresh products and bring consumers closer to farmers, and improve the financial success of farmers in the Ozarks.
If the market proves to be successful, it will be held every Tuesday from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm, April-October.
Boogie Wonderland – A Tribute to Disco- September 2, 2016
Don't miss the return of “Boogie Wonderland - A Tribute to Disco” to the Branson Landing. Prepare yourself to dance the night away while the music of the Bee Gees, Chic, Earth Wind and Fire and more play throughout the night. “Boogie Wonderland” brings the sights and sounds of the 70's alive with groovy music, mirror balls and costumes that will make you feel as if you’ve transported back in time. Dust off the old leisure suits and bell bottoms and get ready for a great night.
The concert will begin at 8 p.m. and you definitely don’t want to miss what is sure to be an unforgettable evening of disco on the Branson Landing stage
9/11 Branson Remembers
September 11, 2016 – Time TBD
A beautiful ceremony will be held at the Branson Landing in front of the fountains on Sept. 11. The Branson Veteran's Task Force will conduct the ceremony in observance of the tragedy which changed the world on Sept. 11, 2001.
Please join us as we pay tribute to the healing, remembrance and reflection of this fateful day. The ceremony will celebrate and honor the nearly 3,000 lives lost and the actions taken by the brave first responders and US Military.
This event is free and everyone is invited to attend.
National Harvest and Cowboy Festival
Silver Dollar City begins its annual National Harvest and Cowboy Festival on September 14th through October 29th.
This festival is known as “the Country's Premier Craft Festival and one of the best fall festivals around!”
This exciting fall festival features a Wild West Show, over 125 visiting craftsmen from around the country, the Barn Dance, Buck Taylor's Cowboy Emporium and more!
The festival is held at the world renowned Silver Dollar City Theme Park. The park is offers an 1880s-themed experience that is perfect for the whole family.
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Autumn Daze Festival
The three days of the 43rd Annual Autumn Daze festival will feature homemade crafts, food, live entertainment and much more.
The festival is free to the public complete with free live music from some of Branson’s finest entertainers!
Crafters and artists from many states around the country travel from far and wide to attend this event. Shoppers will find a wide assortment of items including wood crafts, quilts, clothing, crocheted and knitted items, jewelry, toys, floral arrangements, ironworks, collectibles, and so much more. There will also be live demonstrations throughout the day.
Attendees will also find a food court, a celebrity autograph booth, live entertainment, and a Downtown Branson sidewalk sale.
This event is being sponsored by the Missouri Arts Council, the Historic Owen Theatre, Lightning Pawn and Music, Ink Gurus, Mr. Ice Man, Ozark's Coca Cola, and Triple C Entertainment.