Get ready for a night of laughs and a delicious dinner show in 2021!
If you’re looking to shake up your winter nights, OWA’s entertainment options have you covered. Two exciting, limited-run shows are making headlines this January and February. The 4th annual Gulf Coast Comedy Fest makes its return to OWA, as well as the much-loved series featuring Brandon Styles’ Trip Down Memory Lane Dinner Show.
You know his Variety and Magic Shows, but now Brandon Styles brings back his highly acclaimed dinner and show. Billed as Trip Down Memory Lane Dinner Show, the 90-minute live show features spot-on impressions and songs from your favorite classic artists. Enjoy a delicious meal and adult beverages – catered by OWA’s very own Groovy Goat restaurant – while Brandon Styles’ impersonations take you back in time.
“We couldn’t be happier to welcome Brandon Styles’ Trip Down Memory Lane Dinner Show back to OWA,” said Kristin Hellmich, OWA’s Director of Marketing/PR. “He has such a talent, and dinner guests will be blown away by the quality and experience of this intimate live show.’”
The Trip Down Memory Lane Dinner Show will have a limited run in January and February only. Seating is socially distanced and are going quickly, so guests are encouraged to buy ahead of time. Tickets to the dinner show start at $42 (with VIP upgrades available) and include salad, main course, side, dessert and one drink of choice. Group pricing is also available upon request by contacting Brandon Styles Theater & Magic Shop. Doors open at 5 p.m. and dinner is served at 5:30 p.m.
In addition to Trip Down Memory Lane, the Gulf Coast Comedy Fest will be making its return to OWA for two nights only. Join us for an evening of laughs with multiple comedians during the show on Jan. 28 and 29 at 7 p.m. The 90-minute, performance will feature a variety of notable comedians sure to keep you laughing the entire time. Tickets are on sale now, and seating is limited during these socially distanced performances.
Go to VisitOWA.com/Events to learn more and purchase tickets to the Gulf Coast Comedy Fest, Trip Down Memory Lane, plus discover other exclusive shows only found at the Brandon Styles Theater and Magic Show.
About OWA: OWA (oh-wah) has become known as a world-class entertainment destination owned and operated by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. The name OWA, which translates to “big water” in the Muscogee Creek language, was inspired by the 14-acre lake at the center of this unique development. OWA has the feel of a small Southern town that evolved through time with distinct districts, such as Downtown OWA and The Park at OWA, its amusement park. Check VisitOWA.com for full details and the latest events.