Come and listen to the music that defines a nation. You learn the basics with Dixieland Jazz in New Orleans then hear the influence of Creole and Cajun Music in the Louisiana Bayous before embarking on the Mississippi Blue Trail. Armed with that rudimentary knowledge of Jazz you learn of slave music on the plantations, and hear how it co-mingled with Jazz, then moved north into the Cities of America after our slaves were freed. While Jazz and Blues were two distinct music forms – they also combined to create Rock n’ Roll. Join us on this great adventure and get your Mojo on.
Our greatest Faith Based Tour begins in Cincinnati with the Creation Museum & the New Ark Encounter, then visits Branson & Eureka where you see “Samson” at Sight & Sound Theaters as well as The Great Passion Play.
This short four day features St Louis, as the largest city on Route 66 between Los Angeles and Chicago. You’ll spend a day with sights to the north and another day touring the south, you learn of history and life on what Steinbeck called “The Mother Road” in his vivid portrait, The Grapes of Wrath. You hear about Americana, family vacations, early tourist marketing as tap your toes to Nat King Cole’s “Won’t you get hip, to this timely tip, Get your kicks on Route 66..”
Get ready to celebrate an Ozark Mountain Christmas in Branson. This trip includes six live music shows of your choice, and the Festival of Lights, a mile-long route featuring more than 175 Christmas displays. There will also be time for holiday shopping at Branson Landing and a delicious lunch at the College of the Ozarks.
Take a trip to Branson, MO, “The Live Music Show Capital of the World.” You will see six exciting shows, which ones you see are up to you. This tour also features an Entertainer’s Reception where you get to meet some of Branson’s best performers and a new attraction, Corks 2 Canvas – a unique painting experience where you learn to paint step-by-step and enjoy a glass of wine while you learn.
This 11 day tour features the Best of the Black Hills and the Wild West. The entire city of Deadwood is a national historic landmark that puts the past of the Wild West into perspective. Enjoy one full day of Deadwood sightseeing, and one full day deep in the Black Hills. You’ll eat at Kevin Costner’s Midnight Star, ride Jeeps through a Buffalo Herd, and discover the beauty and history of these sacred hills.