Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show, Pigeon Forge

About Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show, Pigeon Forge

Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show, Pigeon Forge - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 119 Music Rd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, United States

Phone: +1-8659087469

Ticket Price: 50 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 05:00 pm - 10:00 pm Details

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The Hatfield & the McCoy are feuding families. Each family felt insulted or wronged by the other. They knew that they are both Hill Billie.  This term was used to describe a free and untrammelled white citizen of Alabama, who lived in the hills and had no proper speech, unkempt dressing, high on alcohol if he could procure some and fired off his revolver as the fancy took him. The Hillbillies were often considered independent and self-reliant individuals that resisted the modernization of society, but at the same time they were also defined as backward, violent, and uncivilized.

But today the Hatfield and McCoy have settled their long running feud mountain style. When no one could come in between and help either family, the great and mighty Appalachian mountain intervened and brought peace to these folks. They now want to share their love with you by singing, dancing, mighty feats of strength, jaw dropping stunts and side splitting entertainment. And to ensure the present is full of fun and loving spirit, Pa Hatfield and Ma McCoy together with Granny brings together all the city folks and the country cousins here and Granny pulls out all the stops for the holiday dinner. She cooks up a stack of fried chicken and country styled pork shoulder on a barbeque. Not only that, all the delicious meet is accompanied by smashed potatoes, creamy cole slaw, and corn on the cob, rolls, and creamy vegetable soup. After a meal like that you have to take a break and loosen a bit to gorge her special dessert.

They call it ‘Feudin’ Feastin’ Family Fun and once you have liquor on a moon lit night their jokes and dance offs become funnier. It is a West Side story set in the mountains with clogs so sit back and enjoy the tacky yarns and silly dance numbers.

Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show Information

  • They have several shows.
  • The Comedy Barn Theatre.
  • Smoky Mountain Opry.
  • Blackwood’s Morning Variety show.
  • Comedy Critters Pet Show.
  • Choose your flavour from the bar and don’t forget to tip your waiter.
  • Carry cash so that you can tip at the theatre, at least $3.50 per person.
  • This is not a historical production, so don’t be all uptight about dramatic license.
  • When you book your tickets, ask about the multi-show discount.
  • Go early to get a proper seating.

Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show Ticket Prices

  • Adults: $ 50, Child: $ 20

Restaurants Near Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show

  • Krystal Restaurant: American
  • Hard Rock Café: American, BBQ, Hamburgers
  • O'Charley's: American
  • Applewood Farmhouse Grill: American

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  • Thoroughly enjoyed it. Bit pricey at $123 for a couple. Includes all u can eat country dinner, fried chicken, pork BBQ, mashed potatoes, slaw, corn on cob, & dessert. Excellent wait staff! Definitely, tip them as they work hard. Very entertaining and enjoyable show. Very family friendly. If u go to the 8pm show, be there at 7pm as the crowd begins lining up to go in. Buy tickets earlier, look for coupons to use to save money.

  • Absolutely had a great time! I theatre make it a point to observe the staff to make my determination where weaknesses could be improved but after my visit discovered that the staff (team) are very well trained. The staff is very well organized and pay attention to the smallest of details. The doors opened on time and the theatre filled without any issues. The food was good and my waiter was outstanding! Thank you for being organized and providing a very memorable dinner! Great Job!

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  • Compared to other show opportunities in the area, this one needs work. It wouldn't take much to go from good to great. The show itself was flat and predictable. It is built upon a series of old cliches. I could have written a better script. The music was good, but not unforgettable. The food was alright, but slightly cold. The food handlers were excellent. The seating was nice. There were eye catching distractions during the entry. There were at least two vehicles that dramatized that Era. The barnyard pen also entertained while we waited. Trust the show is better next time, if there is one.

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  • Great food! Loved the fried chicken and mashed potatoes! All the food was good! The Christmas show was great. Took our two granddaughters. They had fun and got to go on stage with the musicians and dancers.

  • The 2017 Christmas show is the disaster! The story line was conflicting and ridiculous. It made no sense. I am giving it four stars because the food was great! I will certainly try it again next year during a non-Christmas show. TIP: Make sure to arrive early, get in line, get seated, and start eating. They start seating and serving food 30 minutes before the show. The food is so good that you'll want plenty of time to eat. They don't serve during the show.

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