OMG! The food was delicious and the talent was amazing. A show couldn't get any better than this.
Loved this show a few years ago, so definitely wanted to see it again on this vacation. BAD decision! The show has moved into what looked like an old roller skating rink. They had about 9 folding tables with very uncomfortable chairs for seating. They also served dinner before the show. Didn't try it. The show consisted of a middle... More
We were very disappointed in the dinner and noticed several others in the room must have thought the same by seeing the leftover food, including dessert, on the plates. On the positive side, we enjoyed the show very much. The band and singers were wonderful and the show had a lot of energy. The comedian/singer, Jason Chase, was fantastic, one... More
These were hard working singers and dancers. They kept the show moving. They were great. Put this on your to see list...if you want a great 50's show. And this time of year..it is 1/2 50's and 1/2 Christmas. Thank our good Lord, Branson is somewhere you can go and actually hear the words Christmas. We had to search around... More
This show was on our "Must See Again" list when we returned to Branson after 8 years and we made certain it was in our ticket packet. Well, the experience this time (June 2009) was much less enjoyable than before. First, the show has moved to a new venue that was VERY hard to find, almost hidden in a new... More
The theater and show can be a little cheesy to a young person and/or a person who has seen Broadway shows, but the show is well put together. It is more geared towards the older crowd, but the energy and sentiment are great. Even though I wasn't born yet in the 50's, I still enjoyed it.
THIS SHOW IS A MUST SEE IN BANSON. The show starts slow then is set on fire,over the top. The audience comes alive too. This show made the BRANSON trip.Being from the 50's, it brings back good memories and makes NEW memories.I can't say enough about AMY COFER,HEATHER,and all the girls. They are beautiful, in every way/ THANKS AGAIN from... More
Great show, awesome band. They truly rocked the house, and the music came alive. We love 50's music. It's true some of the songs were from the 60's, but that is really beside the point. The spirit and the attitude were there, and that's what's important. Loved it, and would love to see it again.
While in Branson recently, I attended both the shows that highlighted 50's music. While "Lost in the 50's" was OK......."50's at the Hop" was out of this world. All of guys and gals were great, but Marvin Short (the sax player) is FABULOUS!! Don't miss this one!
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