At the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre, 464 State Highway 248 (originally The Glen Campbell Theatre built in 1994; just off Highway 65 & Highway 248; adjacent to Yakov's What A Country! Theatre).
Don is back in 2015! A Branson Limited Engagement!
One Branson show only for country music legend Don Williams on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 8:00 pm.
Don Williams was a 2010 inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame. He has come out of retirement for a few select concerts around the world – and he's chosen Branson again.
Don Williams, the Gentle Giant, had 17 #1 hits during his career. Some tunes you'll recognize:
- "I Believe In You"
- "Tulsa Time"
- "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good"
- "Good Ole Boys Like Me"
- "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend"
- "You're My Best Friend"
Don retired in 2006 and had no plans of touring again, but, lucky for us, those plans have changed! With his Hall of Fame induction and demand from his fans for another chance to see and hear him, Don is ready to take the stage and say "Thank You" to everyone for the support shown him throughout his career. He has never sounded better – his voice is still amazing, as rich and smooth as ever!
This will be an incredible night of music!
Watch a Don Williams video here. Simply awesome.
Don't miss this opportunity to see a country music legend at a great price.
Click here to see the seating chart for the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre. 2200-seat theater
Don Williams Official Website
Historical notes for Don Williams: Previous Branson performances on October 9, 2010 & October 22, 2011. And his Branson show scheduled in 2012 at the Tri Lakes Center, 2527 State Highway 248, was CANCELLED IN 2012. This was not the wish of either the promoter Up Close Concerts or the performers, but was necessitated by another party not honoring their contract with Up Close Concerts. Country and Pop star B.J. Thomas was scheduled to open the show with a full set of his hits.