Trace Adkins & Billy Dean in Branson - a double musical dose of incredible country! Trace Adkins makes a Branson stop on his How Did We Get Here Tour, and brings along Special Guest, Billy Dean!
For one night only, you can see Trace Adkins, the popular country singer with the commanding presence -- at 6’6” he’s a towering man, but it’s that deep, rich baritone that can both croon with the best of ‘em, and rock out with the rest of ‘em! Adkins’ has enjoyed a number of hit songs, including those that held the top spot on the country charts -- “(This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Thing,” “Ladies Love Country Boys,” You’re Gonna Miss This,” and the song he recorded with another tall dude,“Hillbilly Bone,” a big hit for Trace and Blake Shelton. The list of other Adkins’ hits includes “I Left Something Turned On at Home,” “Songs About Me,” “Hot Mama,” “I’m Tryin’,” “The Rest of Mine,” “Every Light in the House,” and the colorful and creatively titled, “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” the song that let us know he could really rock a catchy tune, and keep his sense of humor intact at the same time!
Trace Adkins hasn’t been content to just sing; he’s stretched his wings by doing a bit of acting in movies, and also famously participated in All-Star Celebrity Apprentice; he came out the winner, but more importantly, he raised a big pot of money for the American Red Cross. Wounded Warrior Project is another charity that’s near and dear to Adkins; he serves as their spokesman. He’s also a published author -- his autobiography, A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Freethinking Roughneck, recounts the former oil-rigger’s rise to music fame, brushes with death, and personal struggles.
Branson loves Billy Dean! After headlining his own show here for years, fans are thrilled he’ll be returning this year, even if it’s just for one memorable evening. Dean has been wowing country fans for years with his music, including the song that gave him a Grammy nomination and a Song of the Year award from the Academy of Country Music (ACM,) “Somewhere in My Broken Heart.” He also received a Participant’s Grammy for his contribution to “Amazing Grace - A Country Salute to Gospel,” and has piled up other accolades that include another ACM award and two Country Music Association Awards. Singer/songwriter, Billy Dean’s, other big hits include “Let Them Be Little,” “Billy the Kid,” “You Don’t Count the Cost,” and “If There Hadn’t Been You.” And since his arrival on the country music scene, Dean has proven he’s more than just a fantastic voice with a pretty face, he’s got a soft heart, too. He’s used his celebrity to help support charitable efforts for children and our nation’s veterans and active duty military.
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
- Trace Adkins’ How Did We Get Here Tour, Plus Special Guest Billy Dean stops in Branson on Friday, April 27, 2018 at 8:00PM and Friday, October 19, 2018 at 7:00PM.
- This can’t-miss concert will take place at the Welk Resort Theatre.
- The Welk Resort is located at 1984 Missouri State Highway 165 - it’s close to Table Rock Lake, as well as the lake’s Moonshine Beach, Table Rock Dam, and the Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery.
- The theatre boasts a spacious lobby, a concession area, a gift shop, and a full-service restaurant on-site.
- Parking is convenient, with much of it being slightly uphill, however, there’s a convenient circle drive at the theatre’s entrance where guests can be dropped off.
- The concert appearance of Trace Adkins and Billy Dean will be family friendly and suitable for guests of all ages.
A brilliant baritone singer, a gifted actor and author, a genuine humanitarian, and charming to boot - it’s the captivating country singer known as Mr. Trace Adkins! He’s been the Country Music Association’s Top New Male Vocalist, Country Music Television’s Rising Star, and heaped with awards and nominations since we first met him as a youngster on Star Search, he’s the unforgettable Billy Dean! Make sure you’re settled into your theater seat on April 27 when the How Did We Get Here Tour brings two country music icons to the Branson, Missouri stage - Trace Adkins and Billy Dean!