Tickets & Events in Harrison, AR


Magic and Comedy of Taylor Reed: The Magic and Comedy of Taylor Reed, March 3–December 30

The Magic and Comedy of Taylor Reed, March 3–December 30

Magic and Comedy of Taylor Reed

Jim Stafford Theater

Surrounded by costumed dancers, comedy magician seen on America’s Got Talent makes objects—and people—appear, disappear, and levitate

$34.50 $17

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Rock and Roll Revival: "Rock and Roll Revival" (Through December 30)

"Rock and Roll Revival" (Through December 30)

Rock and Roll Revival

Jim Stafford Theater

Three exciting performers expertly recreate the sound and swagger of legends Eric Clapton, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Lionel Richie

$34.50 $17

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Repticon: Repticon Visit for Two Adults and Two Kids at 10 a.m. on June 18 or 19

Repticon Visit for Two Adults and Two Kids at 10 a.m. on June 18 or 19

Repticon

The Shrine Mosque

Reptile, amphibian, and arachnid breeders and experts showcase creatures’ behavior and biology through exhibits and demonstrations

$30 $15

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Reza “Edge of Illusion”: "Edge of Illusion" Magic Show feat. Reza (March 22–May 25)

"Edge of Illusion" Magic Show feat. Reza (March 22–May 25)

Reza “Edge of Illusion”

The Starlite Theatre

Equipped with magnetic stage presence and an arsenal of jaw-dropping tricks, Reza demonstrates why he’s performed all over the globe

$32.67 $22

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"Little Shop of Horrors": "Little Shop of Horrors" (May 24–June 1)

"Little Shop of Horrors" (May 24–June 1)

"Little Shop of Horrors"

Springfield Little Theatre

A lovelorn flower-shop employee finds himself in trouble when his venus flytrap finds an appetite for human flesh in this R&B musical

$35 $20

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Liverpool Legends: Liverpool Legends: The Complete Beatles Experience (May 17–November 19)

Liverpool Legends: The Complete Beatles Experience (May 17–November 19)

Liverpool Legends

Caravalle Theatre

Grammy-nominated tribute group hand-picked by George Harrison’s sister spans the Beatles’s career, from Ed Sullivan to sitar solos

$45 $34.95

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Style Design College: Ticket Valid for Any Online Design Course Up to an $850 or $1,300 Value from Style Design College (98% Off)

Ticket Valid for Any Online Design Course Up to an $850 or $1,300 Value from Style Design College (98% Off)

Style Design College

 

Catalog of online self-paced courses includes fashion design, graphic design, interior design, events management, sewing, and photo editing

$850 $19

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Select Local Merchants

  • Ozark Arts Council
    If you love to try new things, head to Ozark Arts Council in Harrison and experience something new and exciting. Drive ins aren't just for fast food restaurants! Make a visit to the drive-in theater and watch a movie conveniently from your car. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    115 West Rush Avenue
    Harrison, AR US
  • Carmike Harrison 8
    For high-quality flicks and an array of tasty snack selections, head on over to Carmike Harrison 8 in Harrison. The outdoors and a movie are a magical combination. Experience it yourself at Carmike Harrison 8's open air theater. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    617 U.S. 62
    Harrison, AR US
  • Lyric Theater
    Costumes and actors and plays, oh my! Lyric Theater offers engaging theater for you and everyone you know in Harrison. Movies and the great outdoors? Yes, please! Experience both with Lyric Theater's open air screens. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    113 West Rush Avenue
    Harrison, AR US
  • Circle B Supper Show
    Caught in a midlife crisis in 1995, husband-and-wife team Kemp and Michele Horn—a former forester and attorney, respectively—packed up their young family and all of their belongings, embarking upon a life-changing adventure as they made the long trek from Baltimore to the Black Hills of South Dakota. This move westward led the Horn family to purchase a working ranch, where, due to the last-minute cancellation of the band hired to play there through the busy tourist season, the family stepped up to unleash their inner performers. Though none of the Horns had any background in music, all the family members quickly adopted instruments or cursed mermaid's voices of their own and used their backgrounds in the performing arts to create a long-running show hailed by audiences from around South Dakota. Now, having relocated to Branson, the Horns, under the band name "The Riders of the Circle B," combine their passion for hospitality with their love of performing three to four nights a week during their Circle B Supper Show. Paying homage to the Wild West of yore, the Horns kick off their shindigs with showings of cowboy movies before replenishing guests’ energy stores with home-cooked food warm from the oven. Tossing their chef's hats and aprons aside, the talented clan then pick up their music makers and coax forth laughs from onlookers with their ebullient brand of music and impressions of famous tumbleweeds.
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    625 S Hwy. 165
    Branson, MO US
  • Ozark Shooters Sports Complex
    The Range In addition to rifle and pistol ranges, the facility has several areas for clay shooting, including sporting clays, trap, skeet, wobble trap, and five-stand. This range is the site of the 2013 Missouri State Sporting Clays Championship. The Rentals Clients can rent shotguns or purchase new and used handguns and long guns. At a Glance The staff at Ozark Shooters Sports Complex turns clay shooting into a special occasion. It hosts regular events, including couples' nights, ladies' nights, and a monthly cowboy-themed shoot. The surrounding woods creates an ideal setting for various types of clay shooting, and the furnished clubhouse gives visitors a place to relax. Ozark's experienced instructors also teach shotgun and handgun classes for individuals and groups.
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    759 U.S. 65
    Walnut Shade, MO US
  • Liverpool Legends
    Andy Williams designed his Moon River Theater to echo the beauty of the surrounding Ozark Mountains. The façade sits amid 16 acres of foliage, rock formations, and waterfalls to not only enhance live performances with a sense of natural discovery, but also to speak to conservation. In 1992, the state of Missouri recognized the venue's environmental efforts by granting it the Conservation Award for Developed Land Use. And that sense of conservation seeps into the theater's three lobbies as well. Koi swim through ponds, flora creeps toward the ceiling, art and performance pictures from Andy's private collection grace the walls, and wild rams hold head-butting matches in the restroom.
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    2500 W State Highway 76
    Branson, MO US

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