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King's Castle Theatre2701 West Highway 76 Country Blvd.Branson, MO 65616
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Dig out your bell-bottoms and put on your dancing shoes; Dancing Queen is returning from Las Vegas to the King’s Castle Theatre in 2021!

Celebrating the Classic #1 Hits of the ’70s, this high-octane
musical extravaganza is filled with incredible singers and dancers performing off the hook 70’s tunes. Featuring disco classics like “Y.M.C.A.”, “Disco Inferno”, “Play That Funky Music”, “Waterloo”, “We Are Family”, “Superstition”, and many more. Dancing Queen is a show-stopping psychedelic kaleidoscope of color that’ll have everyone dancing and singing in the aisles. Get ready to get your groove on at the biggest 70’s party ever!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Dancing Queen - The Ultimate 70s Show

Is there a pre-show guest should be aware of?


Are visitors allowed to meet & greet the performers? 

At this time, due to COVID-19, no meet and greets are available.

Are cameras, audio, or video recording allowed at the show? 

Photos are allowed. Flash photography, video, or audio recording are strictly prohibited.

What is the length of your intermission? 

Intermission is 15-20 minutes.

What is the size of the King's Castle Theater? 

The theater seats approximately 1600.

How many rows constitute the King's Castle Theater? 

There are 34 rows.

Approximately how long is the show? 

The show is about 2 hours long.

What type of parking do you have? 

The parking lot is built on an incline, so it is best to let seniors off at the level lobby entrance before parking.

What type of handicap seating/accessibility do you have? 

The theater is very handicap friendly. There are no stairs required for access to the theater since the lobby entrance is on the same level as the parking lot. Also, the auditorium is inclined and has no stairs, but has a level portion of the floor where visitors who use wheelchairs can enjoy the shows.