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 Travel Tips
- 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.
Entrance Ticket Details For Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show
- Adults: $ 50, Child: $ 20
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- O'Charley's: American
- Applewood Farmhouse Grill: American
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Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show Reviews & Ratings
We bought tickets to The Hatfield & McCoy dinner show while in Tennessee on our honeymoon. We had the BEST time! GREAT food! GREAT and quick service! A night full of laughs and entertainment! And we were even on the Kiss Cam!! We couldn’t stop talking about how much fun we had and how much our daughter and nieces would love it! Cannot wait to bring the girls back on a family vacation next time!
This was my fifth time visiting and it never gets old. The show never disappoints. They have added some new additions to the telling of the story to keep things interesting, but stay true to the story as a whole. The food is amazing and the talent never ceases to amaze me. Well worth the money.
Wonderful show. Great food!! Good service. It really is a great show the whole family will enjoy. They served fried chicken, mashed potatoes, pulled pork, corn on the cob, slaw, and rolls. We had a choice of dessert of either banana pudding or chocolate pudding. You will not go away hungry. We had a great time!!
The humor is definitely corny, hillbilly fun. We booked out tickets with our hotel for a discount. They told us to arrive an hour before the show starts, which is good in theory, but they don’t open the doors until about 30 minutes before the show starts. There is a massive line that you have to wait in inside, so keep this in mind if you have a hard time standing or have a bunch of kids. They make you take a photo before you go in, which is partially why there is a crazy line to get in. Many of the servers are also in the show- so that was cool. We were surprised that the food was actually pretty good. The chicken was juicy and the skin was crispy. The mashed potatoes and potato soup were both creamy. The only thing that we didn’t care for was the corn. You could tell that it was frozen and bland. The show itself is entertaining. You can buy a DVD of that show as well. Cool feature if you were in the show.
It was a great time! Very interactive with the audience, and if you choose a table in the front of the stage, prepare to get wet. The servers were spot on, and some of them doubled as the actors. It was just an awesome experience, make sure you tip those servers! They work hard and deserve every dollar. Well done, Bravo.!