The most inspiring show in Medora!

This toe-tappin' gospel revue will give you a gorgeous gospel glow and have you humming all day long! Whether you grew up with gospel music or you just want to hear some great music and a good gospel origin story, the Gospel Brunch is made for you.

Start with a beautiful array of your brunch favorites — endless helpings of egg bakes, breakfast meats and more.

Then take in a refreshed gospel celebration with a full band, gospel quartet, and an inspiring interlude message from former Medora Musical co-host Bill Sorensen.

And it's all hosted by the "Queen of the West," Emily Walter! 

The Medora Gospel Brunch opens June 24 with Smart Restart guidelines in place.

Tickets - On Sale


Brunch and show starting at $39.95 + taxes and fees
Show only starting at $23.00 + taxes and fees

Students - 7 to 17 

Brunch and show starting at $19.95 + taxes
Show only starting at $11.00 + taxes

Kids 6 and under



Ticketing Information
For 2021, all ticketing deals, options, and pricing is available online. We expect a high volume of calls, so we encourage you to buy your tickets (and make hotel reservations) using the fastest, and easiest way, exclusively online. Plus, no waiting on hold! Still need help, use our customer chat option right here at!

There are many ticket resellers and secondary markets for tickets. For the best seats and to eliminate the risk of fraud, get tickets through or any location in Medora where tickets are sold. Purchasing tickets from any other seller runs a high risk of receiving fraudulent tickets.

A limited number of show-only tickets are available.

Cyber Monday Voucher Update
If you purchased vouchers during our Cyber Monday event we will be honoring the vouchers through the entire 2020 season. If you would like to be refunded for your Cyber Monday purchase, the request can easily be made here.


View theater seating map here.

Pre-book your group for the Medora Gospel Brunch and SAVE! Contact the Medora Group Sales Department for more info.


This show is proudly supported by the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation.