If you missed the Most Wonderful Time of Year parade in Branson last weekend, you’re in luck. A two-hour broadcast of the parade and performances will be aired on television stations in seven states throughout the holiday season.
Held annually at the Branson Landing, the parade was formerly known as the Holiday Promenade of Stars before being renamed in 2013 in honor of Branson entertainer and Mr. Christmas himself, the late Andy Williams.
Mel Tillis was the Grand Marshal, while Jason Pritchett and Ellen Peterson served as color commentators. Rick Thomas was the on-stage emcee for the post-parade show which included musical performances by Billy Dean, Jason Pritchett, The Texas Tenors, Dean Z, Clay and Tina Cooper, SIX, New South, Pierce Arrow, The Hughes Brothers, Ellen Petersen, and The Lennon Sisters & Grandchildren.
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Where to watch the 2015 Most Wonderful Time of Year parade broadcast
KARK-4 in Little Rock, AR
KCAU-9 in Sioux City, IA
WHBF-4 in Rock Island, IL
WMBD-31 in Peoria, IL
WEHT-7 in Evansville, IN
KTVE-10 in West Monroe, LA
KARD-14 West Monroe, LA
KSNF-16 in Joplin, MO
KOLR-10 in Springfield, MO
WROC-8 in Rochester, NY
KIVY-16 in Crockett, TX
Suddenlink Cable in Branson will broadcast the parade every night at 7 p.m. on channel 18 from Thanksgiving night through Dec. 26.
KOLR-10 in Springfield, MO is currently scheduled to broadcast the parade at 1 p.m. on Thurs., Nov. 26 and again at 11:30 a.m. on Fri., Nov. 27.
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