Branson, Missouri

Photo Credit: Branson Visitor's Guide
Location of Services

White House Theatre
2255 Gretna Road
Branson, MO 65616

First Service Time

Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, 10 a.m.


Housing Updated Apr 7, 2017

Activities Updated Jul 12, 2017

Schedule Updated Jul 12, 2017

Festival Site Updates

July 13, 2017

Feast activity information available

A description of activities for the Branson site has been posted. Check out what will be happening by viewing the activities and schedule.

Site Description

Nestled in the rolling hills of the Missouri Ozarks, Branson has served as a popular Feast site for over 20 years. Branson sits beside three lakes in the beautiful hardwood forests of southern Missouri. It is a mecca for families who desire to vacation in a family-oriented area that offers something to excite almost everyone. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and sit beside a lake or take a hike in the woods, Branson is for you. If you like the excitement of musical shows and amusement areas, Branson is for you. If you like to shop or golf, or if you prefer to simply sit back and fellowship with brethren, Branson is for you. 

The beautiful White House Theatre, sitting on a hill off the busy strip, is an ideal location for God’s people to keep the Feast of Tabernacles. There is plenty of room for fellowship, a modern theater with comfortable seating and a wonderful family-friendly seating section. There is room on-site to have virtually all of our activities and seminars in one location.

Branson offers a wide variety of housing for every taste and budget. Whether you’d like an inexpensive motel with cooking facilities, an upscale hotel or a condominium or cabin with all the conveniences of home, we have you covered.

Average high and low temperatures for October are 72 and 49.

Fragrance-controlled room available: Yes.

Tax rate for accommodations: Varies from 6 to 12 percent. Mike Blackwell

Closest airports: Springfield/Branson National (SGF), 55 miles; Little Rock, Arkansas (LIT), 178 miles.

Mike Blackwell