Tony Orlando Yellow Ribbon Special – Branson, Missouri
The Tony Orlando special show for veterans will once again be in Branson in November of 2008. The show is free to veterans and special guests. Although he tours a number of times a year and so he isn’t always in Branson you will be thrilled with his show when he is there!
"Tony Orlando Show" will showcase the much beloved and admired entertainer whose special warmth and energy electrifies audiences.
The show will feature his string of chart-topping songs including "Candida," "Knock Three Times," "Sweet Gypsy Rose," "He Don’t Love You," and the song that became an American anthem of hope and homecoming, reunion and renewal "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Around The Old Oak Tree." Be sure to make time to visit the Welk Resort Branson’s gift to veterans and the public the Traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall – during Veterans Homecoming Week 2008!
Tony Orlando will be with the Lennon Sisters for special shows
November 1 – December 6, 2008.
Santa brings a special gift of surprises when Tony Orlando joins the Lennon Sisters for the first time ever, in an incredible Christmas Celebration! Tony Orlando showcases his charttopping songs including "Tie a Yellow Ribbon around the Old Oak Tree", "Sweet Gypsy Rose" and "Knock Three Times" then The Lennon Sisters sing harmony from their hearts with musical memories from their 50 years as America’s Sweethearts of Song. And you better watch out when Santa,Tony and the Lennon’s invite you in for some Christmas cheer! A "Ho-Ho-Ho" lot of fun!
The shows are the the beautiful Welk Theater. Tickets are available from numerous ticket outlets in the Branson area but you will want to get them early to assure a seat.
Since 1993, Orlando has been a resident of Branson, Missouri, where he has performed more than 2,000 shows. His current performing home in Branson is The Osmond Family Theatre. Tony has been named Branson’s Entertainer and Vocalist of the Year.
In addition to Branson, Tony has written and produced musical productions to critical acclaim. In 1998 he created and starred in the show Jukebox Dreams where he took the audience on a doo-wop serenade showing the power of one man’s dreams. The show premiered at Harrah’s in Atlantic City and later toured to some of the top venues in the country. This winter Tony has a special production set to go for the Christmas season, entitled Santa & Me.