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2009

Endless Summer on Ice

Down Home Country

County Line

Don't Stop the Music

Marty's Party

Flashback! Totally 80s

Hot Blooded

Ghouls Gone Wild

2008

County Line

Girls Night Out

Flashback! Totally 80s

Hot Island Rhythms

Dora's Sing-a-Long

Endless Summer on Ice

Dead Awakening

Ghouls Gone Wild

2007

Twistin' to the 60s

Endless Summer on Ice

Hot Island Rhythms

Dora's Sing-a-Long

Dead Awakening

2006

Karaoke

School of Rock

Hot Island Rhythms

2005

School of Rock

Tuned In!

Italicized denotes a Halloween Haunt only show.

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My Gosh.

There are hundreds.

Salt Water Circus, Rock Around The Clock, That's Entertainment, Celebration (The Best Show Ever Produced By Any Park, Ever), Can't Stop The Music, I Believe in Country, Caribbean Serenaders, Kings of Komedy, International Air Show, City Rhythm, Apupetsho, Home for the Holidays, Encore, Festival of Fire (Stationary Fireworks up and Down the Tower and Lining the Royal Fountain), Bear Facts, Yogi's Picnic, Belly Up to the Bar - Belles, Grin n Bear It, Carribean Steel Drum Band, In Concert, World Cabaret, I Believe in Country, Rock & Roll Explosion, Smurfs are Coming, Yogi's Cavalcade of Christmas, World of Christmas, Gotta Dance, Country Music Showdown, Can't Stop The Music, Rockin Scooby, Yogi's Puppet Story, The Good Old Days are Back Again, Mimes, Characters, Jugglers, Magicians, Barbershop Quartet & Oom Pah Pah Band.

You Gotta remember that at one time there were shows pretty much in all parts of the park.

Festhaus always had one or two shows. International Showplace usually had three shows (POP, Country and Character), American Herritage Music Hall always had a major Broadway Style Show, There was a Stage in Columbia Palace, A Stage and Puppet Tree in HB and even a stage for an animal show in WAH.

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And the budget in constant dollars for any one of those shows of old was usually more than the park is allowed to spend on entertainment nowadays in an entire season.

Which is one of the disappointing things.

We'll probably never see a show as advanced as That's Entertainment or Celebration.

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I remember Graveyard Shift and the abysmal Tomb Raider Stunt Show from 2003, as well as a Survivor-style game show in 2002.

Also, CMT's Turn It Up! was in 2005, and was the last show to perform at the Back Porch Stage before the location laid dormant for three years and then was eventually demolished to make way for Diamondback this season.

Magic of the Movies (which I never saw) was in 2004, as a behind-the-scenes look at some of Paramount's most memorable movie scenes, particularly Titanic.

There was also, during FearFest in 2004, a live show dedicated to the 20th Anniversary of Friday the 13th called Jason's Extreme Cuts, which was a hybrid of a highlight reel of the series and live-action sequences involving camp counselors and Jason Voorhees himself. Unfortunately, when the show returned in 2005, the live-action sequences were axed (no pun intended) and and the show was dramatically shortened to a mere 13-minute highlight reel depicting all of the different kills of the Masked Murderer.

Oh, and there was also three other shows at Winterfest for 2005 (four if you count the Opening Ceremonies with the Winterfest Mayor at the Front Gate). One was a small show inside the Festhaus where the stage was in the middle of the seating area and six people (including a saxophone/piano player) singing Christmas Carols. The second was the Scrooge House inbetween Starbucks and Glass Blower with the cantankerous Ebeneezer Scrooge himself throwing (family-friendly, of course) insults at passersby. The last was the Christmas Express, which had several scenes where the World War II vet on board would sing songs along the train's route before finally hopping off to be with his family at the very end before the train pulled back into the station.

EDIT: Oops, I almost forgot about Heckle and Howl in 2006 that was in the same spot as Scrooge's House from '05's Winterfest.

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