2017 Fall Events in Branson
When the hills grow colorful with the changing of the leaves and the air gets crisp, its time for 2017 Fall Events in Branson. Branson is pretty fun all year long but Fall is truly a special time of year to visit the scenic Ozark Mountains. Besides the colorful foliage, there’s always something festive going on this time of year so check out our list of 2017 Fall Events in Branson so you don’t miss out!
National Crafts & Cowboys Festival
September 13-October 28
Silver Dollar City is a beautiful place to visit this time of year and the perfect Autumn backdrop for the National Crafts & Cowboy Festival. Over 125 of the most skilled craftsman in the country come to wow the crowds with skilled demonstrations. The festival will be full of live entertainment, good eatin’ and truly talented artists.
A both local and visitor favorite, the Autumn Daze festival is a Branson fall tradition. The 44th Annual Autumn Daze is a free event held in Historic Downtown Branson where people from all over come together to celebrate the changing of the seasons with arts, crafts and everything that makes Branson a good place to be. The event features local celerbities, inflatable bounce houses for the kids, live entertainment and delicious food vendors.
Southern Gospel Picnic
You can can’t come to Branson with out getting into some Gospel music at SDC’s annual Southern Gospel Picnic. Silver Dollar City is hosting this event featuring over 70 Gospel groups including some of the top Gospel artists in the country. There will be singing and picking all day long throughout the park and in the evening headliners will take the stage at Echo Holllow Ampitheater. Legacy, The Hoppers, The Mckameys are a few of the stars that will make this event a top fall event.
Blues, Brews and Barbecue Festival
September 23 12pm-10pm
Branson Landing is hosting this celebration of all things Blues. From 12pm all the way to 10pm the Landing will be filled with the smoky sounds of good ol’ Blues music. To liven up the party, the Budweiser Truck will have cold beer on tap. If you don’t come for the Barbecue, come for the Boys and Girls Club of the Ozarks, for whom this event is on behalf of.
Fourth Annual Trout Tournament
Fishing is the perfect way to spend a beautiful Fall day. The Vietnam Veterans of American host this tournament and invite fishing enthusiasts everywhere to compete. The entry fee is $75 for a two person team but there’s cash prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners so good luck and Happy Fishing. For more info call 417- 539-4961.
Flames of Freedom
October 3- November 16
Don’t miss Flames of Freedom, a patriotic play produced by the world renowned College of The Ozarks. This true story is a tribute to oa local resident and one of our Nation’s heros. The play is based on Aviator and wartime hero Lt. Earl Woodard, a graduate of the School of the Ozarks The performance is free. Don’t miss a special showing for veterans on November. 9
Psychic Dinner and Ghost Hunt at Titanic
Psychic Medium Chip Coffey and Helen Benzigger, great grand daughter of Molly Brown, a Titanic survivor, host an exclusive event inside the Titanic Musuem, The event will feature a dinner with the hosts where you will be entertained with stories from the one of the ships only survivors, psychic readings from a world famous psychic and a ghost hunt through the museum. This is spooky fall event is sure to be a hit with the family.
Silver Dollar City Country Music Weekend
Country music fans will want to make their way down to Echo Hollow Amphitheater at Silver Dollar City as big stars take the stage during this popular fall event. Featuring Diamond Rio, Lonestar and Restless Heart this will be jamming out for an incredible Country Music Weekend at Silver Dollar City.
State of the Ozarks Festival
September 17 10am- 7pm
State of the Ozark Festival is a one of a kind Autumn event that takes place in Downtown Hollister. This ‘unique street experience’ will have cosplay characters, strongman demonstrations,street actors, yoga sessions and so much more. There’s really nothing like it in the Ozarks.
Salute to American Heroes
September 16 10am-6pm
Saluting our Veterans is a tradition in Branson and this event hosted by Veteran’s Memorial Museum highlights this beautifully.This celebration will have live entertainment all day with many of Branson’s biggest stars honoring our heroes. Free to attend and with guest speakers, music and food vendors and most importantly, ceremonies that show our appreciation of all who have served. This is a wonderful and patriotic fall event in Branson so mark your calendar. View all Military events here.
Fall Foliage Tours
Late September – October
Take a trip around the area for some break taking views of the fall leaves changing into their beautiful colors. Read more about the different routes and ways to see the Fall Foliage Tours here.