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This Week In Photos August 24

Summer is coming to a close but the celebration continues at White Water, the Showboat Branson Belle and Silver Dollar City. See what's been going on with these new photos.

At White Water, a guest plunges down the seven-story Kalani Towers drop slides. We recently announced a special end-of-season promotion where all guests can visit White Water for just $20 plus tax when they purchase their tickets online. Click here to learn more.
A guest looks toward her fellow competitors as she slides down Kalani Towers Mat Racer.
Guests prepare to get soaked as they slide down Ohana Falls.
At Silver Dollar City, members of the Street Troupe interact with each other during an impromptu performance in front of Hannah's Ice Cream Parlor.
Time Traveler®-inspired hats, shirts, goggles and drinkware are on display in Time Traders.
At the Showboat Branson Belle, a Showboat dancer performs during the show's opening number.
‍A Showboat singer hits a high note during the show's tribute to classic rock hits. During this set, you'll hear favorites from The Eagles, Pat Benatar, Journey, Kansas and more.
A Showboat dancer heads into the crowd and gets the audience into the act for "Shout," part of the show's salute to America's Favorite Movies.
The Showboat singers perform during the show's closing number, featuring Gospel and patriotic songs.
Emcee Duane Garren energizes the crowd gathered in the Red Gold Heritage Hall prior to the first concert of Southern Gospel Picnic.
The Jim Brady trio performs on the first day of Southern Gospel Picnic.
Veterans and guests say the pledge of allegiance during the opening ceremony of Southern Gospel Picnic.
The Homestead Pickers play a patriotic tune during the festival's opening ceremony.
A crowd gathers to watch the Homestead Pickers play on the Gazebo stage.
Liberty Quartet traveled all the way from Idaho to be a part of Southern Gospel Picnic.
Royce Mitchell of Liberty Quartet holds up a Bible during the group's concert in the Opera House.
Guests wait for a concert to begin in the Opera House.

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