New Christmas Show in Pigeon Forge: Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas of Lights

A snowy Christmas scene with a lantern hanging from a tree.

Playing at the newly reopened Smoky Mountain Palace, you can experience a brand new Christmas show in Pigeon Forge – Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas of Lights.

The Thomas Kinkade Christmas show will be playing at the Smoky Mountain Palace from November 1, 2015 through January 2, 2016.

About the New Christmas Show in Pigeon Forge

When you visit the new Christmas show in Pigeon Forge, you’ll be watching Thomas Kinkade’s masterpieces come to life, paired with new music and some of the top performers in the world.

The show is perfect for kids and adults of all ages. It will be the perfect way to welcome the holiday season, or a great way to wrap up the Christmas holiday as we enter the new year.

This video will show you more of what you can expect when you visit the Pigeon Forge Christmas show:

Tickets to Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas Show in Pigeon Forge

The Smoky Mountain Palace Theater can seat up to 1,700 people for each show, but we’re sure this show will be a popular one, so you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss out on purchasing your tickets before you arrive!

Regular Tickets

Regular tickets are available and only include entry to the Christmas show.

VIP Package TicketsA shining Christmas tree with a snowy backdrop.

When you purchase VIP tickets, you will get access to the show and access to the Thomas Kinkade Christmas of Light Signature Gallery. The gallery has never-released paintings, sketches, other artwork and more.

Patrick Kinkade will be appearing at a couple of the VIP event dates, but will not be at each show. In order to purchase tickets for those dates, you must check the show information to confirm.

Group Tickets

If you’re visiting with a group this holiday season, you can save a little money if you purchase your tickets together. If you have a group of 10 or more, you’ll receive $2 off per ticket at the checkout.

What to Do After the Christmas Show in Pigeon Forge

The Thomas Kinkade Christmas show will have various performances, some days offering two performances, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

If you visit the 2 p.m. show, you’ll have plenty of time left in your evening to explore Pigeon Forge. No matter which show you attend, though, we suggest taking a driving tour around Pigeon Forge once the sun sets, so you can experience all of the Christmas lights. The entire area will be lit up for the Winterfest holiday season and millions of lights will sparkle throughout the town.

Vintage Christmas gifts in front of a fireplace.We also recommend staying in one of the Pigeon Forge cabin rentals where you’ll have plenty of space to sit back and relax for the night. Plus, what’s better than waking up to the sights and sounds of the Smoky Mountains right outside your cabin? Go ahead and start planning your Pigeon Forge Christmas vacation today! We can’t wait to see you soon!

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  • Tammy Lowery Threadgill

    Best show and cast! Super friendly and just so grateful! The show was absolutely beautiful and the music by Mr Baker was just spectacular. You will definitely leave with the spirit of Christmas.Must see for families-take the kids to find out why Santa is fat.

    • Emily Wolff

      We are so glad you enjoyed the show! Thank you so much for leaving such a great review for other readers! 🙂

  • Anne ZW

    Our entire group loved every minute of the show. The duet for “The Prayer” reminded us of Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion. O Holy Night was stunning that the Las Vegas singer Daniel Emmet sang. Kinkade paintings paired perfectly with songs that were sung by the very talented singers. This is a must see! best show in the Smoky Mountain area!