Dixie Stampede Dinner And Show
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About Dixie Stampede Dinner And Show, Pigeon Forge
Settle in your seat and watch the entertainment. Succulent four-course feast is served to you to satisfy your taste for delicious home-cooking, and country cravings. The menu consists Dixie Stampede's Original Creamy Vegetable Soup and cheddar biscuit, tender whole rotisserie chicken, delicious hickory smoked barbeque pork loin, and hot buttered corn on the cob, tasty herb-basted potato a specialty dessert and unlimited Pepsi, tea or coffee. As you plunge, slurping, swallowing and savouring the perfect combination of food, 32 magnificent horses and a cast of top-notch riders delight you with daring acts of trick riding and friendly competition. They all come together with a patriotic salute of Red, White, and Blue featuring Colour Me America, written and recorded by Dolly Parton. The journey west unfolds before your very eyes with a wagon train of high-spirited settlers. Along the way, you will feel the power of a stampede, witness Native tales of the Thunderbird in an aerial spectacle, and the Return of the Buffalo may just take your breath away.
Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show is a fun-filled, action-packed performance which is perfect for families, friends and groups. The ticket purchase also includes pre-show entertainment in the world famous Dixie Belle Saloon. The Bluegrass and Country band, and Mountain Rukus being out their comedy and musical talent in this family friendly atmosphere.
Here the audience is always part of the show and the thrill. From amazing stunt riders and the ring of fire to live horse races, there’s something for everyone at the Dixie Stampede. It involves live animals, dramatic lightning, effects, incredible sounds, and exciting pyrotechnics. The Dixie Stampede has an exciting pre-show. The performances vary, so you never know what fun performance awaits you. Magicians, jugglers, and many other wonderful showmen will give you almost a full hour of entertainment before the main show.
Throughout the holiday season, the Dixie Stampede is enchantingly transformed into a winter fantasy land that brings the spirit of the season to life. Familiar music floats in the atmosphere. You'll be enchanted as elves serve your Yuletide feast and Santa arrives by sleigh. Toys come to life, holiday music, a live Nativity scene and even wise men on camels all say, "Merry Christmas!"
Dixie Stampede Dinner And Show Information
- Children under the age of 3 are free only if they sit in a parent's lap and eat from their plate.
- If you wish for your child to receive a seat or a meal, a regular children's admission will apply.
- The Dixie Belle Saloon Opening Act begins 50 minutes prior to our exciting show. Plan ahead so you don't miss Mountain Rukus.
- One-price ticket includes admission, Dixie Belle Saloon show, fabulous four-course feast, and a full scale arena spectacular.
- Delicious Vegetarian meals are available upon request.
- Our facilities are fully accessible for individuals with special needs.
- Please advise us if members of your party have a wheelchair, hearing assistance or other special needs and we will gladly accommodate you.
- If you or anyone in your party has allergies or medical conditions, please be advised to take the necessary precautions prior to entering the facility.
Dixie Stampede Dinner And Show Tickets Prices
- Children: $22
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Address: 3849 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, United States
Ticket Price: 45 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Did not expect to be crammed into a long booth with no leg or arm room. Would be better if they removed even 1-2 place settings from a row to give guests more room. Would recommend having a 2nd show per night if they are so concerned with packing people in. Waiter was in way too big of a hurry which made him come across as completely rude. Food was literally thrown on our plates as he scurried down the line. He even spilled coffee of the lady next to us with no apology given. The food was just alright; not really worth the hype. We liked the soup and biscuit the best. We were given our picture to review during the show while our hands were greasy from the chicken and expected to give an answer as to whether or not we wished to purchase a copy right then. We ended up not even getting to look at our picture as the proofs were taken from us once we said we had not looked yet. The show itself was entertaining. We enjoyed the horse stunts and games. Spent extra for preferred seating and ended up sitting in the front row which was nice because we were close to the action. However, next time we may save a little money and sit up higher where you can see past the wall a little more.
The show, service, and the food were great. Lots of food and the kids ate very well despite picky eaters. However, it's very expensive and I have no idea how families can afford to do this every year, especially once you have to pay for multiple kids. It's definitely fun to do with the kids at least once and you will have a great time. However, keep in mind if you are going to have a child on your lap it will not be comfortable at all and very difficult due to the tight space and eating everything with your hands in the dark. You can try to save money by going when little but it will be very tight and no way to get up once seated for dinner or reach into the diaper bag under the table. Otherwise pay the price for everyone to have their own seat and get a little more space. Kids get the same portion of food as adults so there will be a lot of leftovers. I wished they would advertise some of the details beforehand so people could prepare. I had been to the show years before so I thought I knew what to expect but going with little kids is a completely different experience and I wasn't prepared for the difficulty of eating with no silverware and holding kids (9 months old and 3 year old) and unable to get up out of the seat. All 3 of our kids did enjoy the show and it was entertaining but I don't think it would have been worth the cost if paying for everyone and I don't think it was worth the hassle of eating with them on your lap. We won't be going again next year, but might try it again in a few years.
Don't forget they don't give silverware to eat with. Our server Kayla was awesome. The show was so good. The riders are very talented. Skeeter was amazingly goofy. The only thing that I think could be better is the show is advertised as an all you can eat dinner show, but we were served the one portion of each item and weren't ever asked if we wanted more. But besides that it's an awesome show.
I remember attending this show over 17yrs ago. I brought my kids to it this time around and it was so much better than I remember! We had a mix up with our tickets, I accidentally purchased tickets for their show in MO, but when I showed up that morning before the evening show and explained what had happened, they took care of moving the tickets. The service was fantastic, food was great, my kids looked at me curiously when they realized they didn't have forks and I told them that tonight was the only night they didn't need them. Haha, they loved the food, the show, their favorite parts were the piglet races and Skeeter. Our waiter was phenomenal, don't forget to to them! I highly recommend this show, and will be bringing my family back up here for another vacation!
We went with a group of 19. A couple teenagers and the rest adults. The entertainment was Lively and fun before dinner. Dinner was twice as much as I could eat but they gave bags to take leftovers home. It was delicious food as long as you have no problem eating with your fingers LOL. The show was amazing!!!!... If I had to give it rating of 1 to 5 Stars I would give it a 10 :-)
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