Pigeon Forge Dinner Shows are a great way to spend an evening when there is so much in the area to do this allows you to fit both entertainment and dinner into one time slot. With several options in the area we have highlighted a selection to help you chose the best fit. Our rankings take the quality of food, the entertainment value of the show and the best for families with children into consideration when determining the top qualifiers.
1. Dixie Stampede Pigeon Forge – the most well-known dinner show of the Smoky Mountains making our top pick of dinner shows for adults of all ages and children. Finger-licking good food, literally you will be eating with your hands, while watching a fantastic show with trick riders on horses and some comedy thrown in. The theme of the show is the battle between the North and the South with the audience divided for the two and cheering their side on throughout competitions.
2. Lumberjack Feud – offering fast paced entertainment showcasing the skills of the muscular men and women who compete in several competitions. This is a good choice for any age of attendees from small children to the elderly. Dinner is an optional choice here, it is as good of a reason to come here as the show though, offering Southern style comfort foods that would be enough to satisfy even a lumberjack’s appetite.
3. Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show – making light of two families that have a history of constantly bickering about something, while they cannot seem to stop arguing the audience can’t stop laughing. More than just the comedy you will also be entertained with old fashion country music of performers picking and strumming songs that will have your foot tapping while you enjoy a homemade country family style meal.
4. Smith Family Dinner Theater – if you want to step back and enjoy classic hits and country favorites from a few decades ago this is a great recommendation. Just sit back and drift to yesteryears as the music takes you back in time. Offering earlier dinner shows it’s a good fit for those that want their dinner and entertainment a little earlier in the day or afternoon.
5. Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Dinner Show – keeping you guessing and possibly making you part of the mystery you will be in suspense while the plot unfolds all while you’re having dinner. This is a show better for adults and older teens, with a performance that would be classified as PG13 entertainment due to some possible innuendos and no children meals available.