OTL Delivers Dancing Waters Show Fountain at Growing Entertainment Center in Branson, Missouri
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OTL has completed a water-effects show fountain at Branson, Missouri’s new entertainment complex, Branson Boardwalk. The visually stunning water feature, designed and built by OTL, plays two fully choreographed shows every half hour from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. seven days a week.
Immersive technology is a continuously growing trend, and we are seeing an increased interest in this technology in several industries, especially in the worlds of retail and themed entertainment. The new show fountain uses state-of-the-art technology along with our human touch to choreograph water, light, and fog to a variety of songs that please visitors of all ages. Experiencing the beautiful sights and sounds of this dazzling water feature makes the visit even more enjoyable and memorable for guests.
The fountain is located in the center’s cascading lake, situated adjacent to Aquarium at the Boardwalk, the first attraction developed at the entertainment hub. As a destination that attracts more than nine million visitors each year, Branson is a beloved tourist landscape. This new center brings fresh themed entertainment to the area, ultimately increasing repeat visits as travel continues to bounce back after the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Branson Boardwalk now offers the Boardwalk Beer Garden, along with the world-class Aquarium at the Boardwalk, which made its debut at the center in Fall 2020. The spectacular water feature adds to the exciting lineup at the venue, serving as an anchor attraction. Kuvera Partners, owner and operator of Branson Boardwalk, reports that the fountain exceeded their expectations and the response has been fantastic, with visitors gathering day and night to enjoy the Dancing Waters.
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