Dancing in the Streets - A Motown Revue gives Branson audiences another excellent reason for dancin’ in the aisles! No music gets your groove goin’ quite like Motown, and this talented lineup of soulful singers delivers the goods like nobody’s business! Born in the Motor City, a.k.a. Detroit, Motown Records gave us some of the best vocalists of the 60s and early 70s, including The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, and The Supremes. There’s no denying that the music industry produced a lot of incredible songs, singers, and groups in the earlier decades of rock, pop, and soul, but there’s always been something truly special about that Motown sound, one that gave us hits like “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” “My Girl,” “Tracks of My Tears,” “I Heard It Through the Grapevine,” “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch,)” “Stop In the Name of Love," and "Get Ready," a song that hit the charts for two different Motown groups; in 1966 for The Temptations, and then in 1969 for the rock band, Rare Earth.
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
- Dancing in the Streets - A Motown Revue performs in the new Ruby Room at the Majestic Theatre.
- The Majestic Theatre can be found at 2849 Gretna Road.
- The Ruby Room is located on the third floor of the Majestic and is easily accessible by elevator. It’s a small performance venue reminiscent of a cozy cocktail lounge, and offers limited-menu, casual dining with flatbread shareable appetizers, desserts, and small plate foods, as well as beer, wine, mixed drinks, coffee, and soft drinks.
- Dancing in the Streets - A Motown Revue can be seen every Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday from April through December at 7:30 p.m.
- There are several other shows appearing at the Majestic Theatre, including DooWop and the Drifters performing in the Ruby Room.
- Dancing in the Streets - A Motown Revue is a family-friendly show that’s suitable for all ages. (Keep in mind that the Ruby Room offers adult beverages.)
For some of the most infectious and memorable music ever recorded, check out the Ruby Room and put a little pep in your dance step with a whole lot of satisfying soul...it’s called Dancing in the Streets - A Motown Revue, and it’s headed straight to your list of best shows to see in Branson!