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Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction
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Today 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
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You’re in for a hand-clappin’ and foot-stompin’ good time in our famous Dixie Belle Saloon! Arrive an hour early, grab a frosty drink and some popcorn, and enjoy some wildly entertaining bluegrass with your family.
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When the crowd fills up the arena at #DixieStampede, you know non-stop action is about to start!
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National Quartet Convention 2014 will be here in Pigeon Forge! Performers from NQC 2014 will be performing in the Dixie Stampede arena on Wednesday, 9/24 and Thursday, 9/25 followed by the Dixie Stampede show and four-course feast. Only NQC 2014 attendees can see this exclusive show!
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“This is, by far, the best show in Pigeon Forge! We have been 4 years in a row and will definitely go back again!” - Angella E, Goreville, Illinois via TripAdvisor
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Come hungry and enjoy a four-course feast at The Most Fun Place to Eat in the Smokies! #DixieStampede
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You won’t leave hungry! At #DixieStampede you’ll enjoy our fabulous four-course feast. We even have options for our vegetarian guests!
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"This was the best! Our 13 year old triplets LOVED it! What a great family memory... we will be talking about this dinner for years!" Shelly F., TripAdvisor #DixieStampedeReviews
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You won’t find this much rip-roaring fun anywhere else! Make your reservations for #DixieStampede now!
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Wherever you sit, you’re always close to the action! Where is your favorite place to sit in the #DixieStampede arena?
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South Preferred section 1st row!
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3849 Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
3849 ParkwayUSTNPigeon Forge37863
$$Dinner Theater, Tourist AttractionToday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 8:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Searching for family fun and adventure during your vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee? Join Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN for a family feast and fantastic show fun for all ages.
Filled with friendly North and South competition, thrilling horse riding stunts, spectacular special effects, phenomenal musical productions plus a mouth-watering four-course feast complete with a delicious dessert!
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Southern, 4-course feast followed by a show featuring music, comedy, live animals & pyrotechnics.- Google
People talk about pre show, christmas show, creamy vegetable soup, corn on the cob and apple turnover
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Daniel Fontana
reviewed 2 weeks ago
My family and I had a great time at the show. We called ahead for tickets and that went well when we picked them up at the box office. One note to everyone, show up early so you do not get caught up in the photo line. Now, about the photos, (you listening management?) for all the time and staff needed to take the pictures I imagine with the prices of the photos they don't sell a high percentage of what they take. For example, our group took three separate photo groups based on what the photographer recommended. Later in the show we get the prints and are told to examine them. Those three sets of photos would have cost over $90. We politely declined upon hearing the price of 12 photos to which the employee seemed to get disgruntled about. The business appears to center around selling a small amount at a high margin to cover costs of the higher percentage that don't sell. If management lowered the cost, maybe $10 per set I guarantee they would sell over 95% of the photos they take the time to print for every show. This is what ruined a perfect night in my opinion. The show was fun for everyone in the group. Food was great and eating with your hands did not take too much away from the show. Please management fix the photos. You have a gold mine there that is not being tapped because of it being grossly over priced.
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Peter McCarthy
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great family oriented dinner show. It was expensive, but worth the splurge. My 7 & 9 year old loved it! Last spring break we went to the Hatfield McCoy show; the Dixie Stampede beats it hands down.
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Nathan Miller
reviewed 6 months ago
This was our second time at Dixie Stampede. Aside from the ridiculous line getting in (all for a photo you probably won't buy) a very good experience. Our server, was HILARIOUS and very attentive... and food was very good. From the soup to the chicken to the pork, awesome food. Show was a little cheesy, but it has to be to maintain its family atmosphere. Will definitely go back.
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Marietta Belfanti
reviewed a month ago
I was so disappointed with the Dixie Stampede. The coupons in all of the tourist books only apply to the general seats and not the preferred seats. I was perfectly willing to pay for preferred seats but wanted to use the coupon, so I wound up sitting in the general seats and they lost out on about $20. The pre-show in the "saloon" is easily the best part of the night with great bluegrass music from world class musicians. The actual show is not at all what I thought it would be. Most of the acts involve audience members in weird competitions to win a medal for their side. I thought I was paying over $50/person to see a fun equestrian show with trick riders and maybe a little bit of Civil War history but instead I got to see children chase chickens over a finish line and audience members play horseshoes. There is a character in the show that I guess is supposed to provide some comic relief but instead tells terrible jokes and is just, simply, annoying. The food, though, was not all that bad. The vegetable soup and biscuit are the best part and the chicken, while a little dry, was at least seasoned well. The kicker, and maybe the most incredible part of the night, is that they do not provide silverware! The biscuit is your "spoon" for the soup and you're left to de-bone an entire rotisserie chicken just with your fingers. It's incredibly awkward and hard to watch the show while trying to eat a meal with no utensils. For the money, this show is definitely not worth it. There is way too much food (that you really can't eat) and the entertainment is something that you can find at a county fair or local picnic. Dolly guarantees this is the most fun place to have dinner, so can I please get my money back?
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Trent Russell
reviewed 4 months ago
Wow. Saw the Christmas show over Thanksgiving weekend. I did not anticipate this being nearly as awesome as it was. Staff is amazing, the show is extremely polished and professional. The food is surprisingly outstanding. Will definitely return someday.
Richard Johnson
reviewed 7 months ago
We visit almost every time we come to Tennessee. Dixie Stampede is one of the best dinner theater attractions on the strip in Pigeon Forge. Look for coupons at local lodging for approximately five dollars off. Or if your a Dollywood season pass holder check in at the Dixie Stampede booking booth with the park on show Street. If you're in town during the Christmas holiday the Christmas show is a must see!