Have seen a variety of shows in this venue. "A Salute to the Great American Cowgirl" featured the All American Cowgirl Chicks, an equestrian drill team. They did some pretty amazing things on horse back including precision trick riding and stunts. Additionally, the hall was decked out with a variety of foods from all over the nation. We were able to snack, sip, and settle-in for a real fun show. "The Living Nativity" shows during the Christmas festival. A short, 15-minute retelling of the birth of Christ, the show is well presented and well acted, however the flat seating arrangement makes it tough for anyone not in the front row to witness all the action. A good show, but not a must visit. "Fiery Fiddles" featured classical violinist Janice Martin (the World's only flying fiddler), Nova Scotia's Jennifer Roland, Branson fiddler Dean Church, and an excellent 6-piece live band. Every festival returns a favorite show, or brings something new, so definitely check out the show listings when visiting the park.