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Christmas in Branson 11/12-16
Christmas in Branson 11/12-16

11/12/2014 - 11/16/2014

Chrismas in Branson!
Branson is a fantastic during the Christmas Season!

Included in the trip:

  • Motor coach transportation
  • 4 nights hotel accommodation
  • All (13) meals included
  • Tickets to 7 shows
  • Welcome at WNAX Studios with coffee & rolls
  • The first night, we will stop in Kansas City for the night and enjoy dinner and show at the New Theatre Restaurant.

Book this trip today for just $759 per person double; $729 per person triple; $709 per person quad; $859 single.

The Itinerary and shows!

Wednesday, November 12
Travel to Kansas City and enjoy dinner and a show at New Theatre Restaurant.  The Show is titled “Shear Madness” and stars Jamie Farr from M*A*S*H.
Meals included: Lunch and dinner

Thursday, November 13
Travel from Kansas City to Branson and see the shows “Jonah” at 3:30pm and the “Hughes Brothers” at 8pm.
Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Friday, November 14
Today, we will see “Christmas Wonderland” at 2pm and Larry Gatlin at 7:30pm.
Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Saturday, November 15
Enjoy “the Bretts” at 10am and Christmas On the Trail Chuckwagon Dinner Show at 4:45pm.
Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Sunday, November 16
Travel home
Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

For more information: Call 800-843-0089 or email scrawford@wnax.com !

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