Try some Southern entertainment, Pigeon Forge style, at dinner shows featuring some of the nation’s top performers. Here’s a sample of what to expect.
Can the Hatfields and McCoys finally solve their differences after all of these years feuding with each other? Probably not, but one thing is guaranteed – everyone in your family will have fun watching them try. Mountain dancing, national champion banjo and fiddler players, incredible stunts, and amazing feats of strength are just some of what awaits you.
Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede gives the Hatfields and McCoys a run for their money. In this dinner show, 32 horses and amazingly talented riders engage in a friendly competition you’re sure to enjoy. And you get a full four-course feast that keeps your appetite at bay the entire time. If you sneak in to the show early, you can even get a peek at the horses that you’ll see in the show!
The Hatfield’s and McCoys can’t get it together…and neither can the Lumberjack Feud’s Mountain Jacks! At the Lumberjack Feud, you get a pre-show, followed by the real show – two shows for the price of one. And these aren’t just any old lumberjacks who can swing an axe – they’re actually champion athletes who also compete on ESPN. During the show, they’ll be intensely vying to see who’s best. You get the music of the Smokies, a feast fit for a lumberjack, and award-winning music.
Country Tonite bills itself as “the one show you don’t want to miss” – a bold claim that you will agree with. It’s a high energy, non-stop show of music from the present and the past, song and dance mixed with family comedy performances that have something special to touch everyone.
If you like dinner theater, how about a choice of 5 dinner shows? That’s what the Grand Majestic Theater offers, in what used to be the Smith Family Theater on Parkway. The Smith Family still puts on its show, alternating now with America’s Hit Parade, Soul of Motown, Hazzard County Hoedown and the Magic Spectacular.
Pigeon Forge Dinner Shows