Friday, August 31, 2018

This Week In Photos August 31

It's been a fantastic week full of fun at Silver Dollar City, White Water and the Showboat Branson Belle. Take a look at the latest photos for a glimpse of the excitement.

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We've welcomed some of the biggest names in gospel music during Silver Dollar City's Southern Gospel Picnic. The Nelons brought the crowd at Red Gold Heritage Hall to their feet during a special performance on August 30.
Pianist Jeff Stice leads the Riverfront Playhouse in a hymn sing on Thursday, August 30.
The American flag hangs in Red Gold Heritage Hall as visiting musicians perform during Southern Gospel Picnic. The festival, presented by Humana®, concludes September 3 when Guy Penrod plays an outdoor concert in Echo Hollow® Amphitheatre — weather permitting.
‍Crowds watch Silver Dollar City's resident trio Sons of the Silver Dollar perform Southern Gospel hits in Boatworks theater.
‍Crowds gather to watch a demonstration from a blacksmith on the Silver Dollar City square. More than 125 visiting craftsmen will visit the park this fall, most of them during the upcoming National Crafts & Cowboy Festival.
‍This gourd was hand-painted by artist Teresa Flatness, one of the visiting craftsmen at the park this fall. Teresa, who has been a part of Silver Dollar City for 40 seasons, will be displaying her hand-painted gourds at the park through October 27.
‍This Time Traveler-inspired mug can be found at Time Traders on Valley Road.
‍At White Water, water splashes into the air as a guest slides down Kalani Towers Mat Racer.
‍Guests round the final turn of Ohana Falls.
‍Guests are all smiles after getting soaked on Ohana Falls.
‍A guest makes a splash as she cruises to a win in her mat race down Kalani Towers.
‍At the Showboat Branson Belle, guests enjoy live music while dining during a lunch cruise on Table Rock Lake.
‍The cast dances its way into the audience during the show's opening number.
‍The Showboat's emcee invites audience members on stage as part of his magic act.
Showboat dancers jump high above the stage during their tap dance routine to Lionel Richie's hit "Dancing on the Ceiling."
The Showboat singers, dancers and band take the stage during the show's salute to America's Favorite Movies, a 10-minute montage featuring more than 25 classic movie soundtrack hits.
‍The cast performs "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" from The Wizard of Oz during the movie montage.

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