Celebrate holiday season with ?Ozark Jubilee’

Celebrate holiday season with ?Ozark Jubilee'
Start your holiday season with the brilliant cast of "The Ozark Jubilee" direct from Branson, MO. They are bringing to you "The Joy of Christmas," a brand new show for 2005, filled with Christmas music and message that will warm your heart. The Ozark Jubilee will be performing this inspirational show Tuesday, Nov. 1, at the Dakota Theatre in Yankton. Showtime is 7 p.m.

The Jubilee features Branson's funniest comedian and world class fiddler � Doofus Doolittle. Doofus will have you rolling in the aisles with his unique style of "Hillbilly Humor."

You can expect some of the best fiddle music anywhere! Doofus, alias Randy Newman, has established himself as a world class violinist, not only in Branson, but across the United States, having performed with such acts as Ronnie Milsap, Jimmie Rogers, Johnny Rodriguez, Mel Tillis and many, many others.

After doing several shows with Porter Wagoner, Wagoner invited Doofus to be a special guest of his on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. After an overwhelming response, Wagoner brought Doofus back to the stage to close his portion of the Opry with a fiddle tune.

Newman goes from the hillbilly attire of his alter ego, Doofus Doolittle, in the first half of the show, to $5,000 custom tailored suits by Manuel of Nashville in the second half. Manuel designs and tailors suits for all the major Nashville acts such as Tim McGraw, Porter Wagoner, Roy Clark, Alan Jackson and many more.

Whether you like country, bluegrass, gospel music, or just like to laugh, you need to see The Ozark Jubilee. Come be a part of the musical event of the season, and don't miss our all new show for 2005.

For tickets call 605-665-4711.

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