Venue Details

384 Star Starred
Welk Resort Theatre San Diego
8860 Lawrence Welk Drive Escondido, CA 92026
888-802-7469
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The weather was perfect and a little windy. I wore three quarter nice pants..
Grease dress May 19 2014 star this tip starred
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Although there is a well priced buffet available take a little more time and enjoy the numerous equally well priced menu in the dining room. It really sets the mood.
Grease dining May 19 2014 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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7 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 02 2011

It was as if we were visiting with the Lennon Sisters in their living room. They were personal, professional, and their sound was just like it was in the days of the Lawrence Welk Show on TV. We thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon performance.

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6 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 05 2011

A warm and personal look at these wonderful entertainers who still sing and perform beautifully.

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4 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 05 2011

The sisters were perfect as always. The slide show from the '50s thru Branson was a nice touch getting the audience up to speed through the 55 years most of us knew them. I loved the rock and roll sets and mostly the Lennon Sisters version of the...continued

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Description

The Lennon Sisters sing harmony from their hearts with musical memories from their 55 years as America’s Sweethearts of Song.

The Lennon Sisters made their debut on The Lawrence Welk Show on Christmas Eve 1955 after their school classmate, Larry Welk, brought them to the attention of his father — Lawrence Welk. They were a mainstay on the show until they left to start a career of their own in 1968.

Their first hit, “Tonight, You Belong to Me” reached to #15 on the charts in 1956. This was followed by their 1961 single, “Sad Movies (Make Me Cry).”