Pigeon Forge Dixie Stampede Plan Your Visit Ask an Insider! Major Attractions Gatlinburg TN Sevierville TN Parks & Recreational Areas Group Travel Pigeon Forge Itineraries Off the Beaten Path Save Money! What’s New In Pigeon Forge Maps & Directions Community Resources The Smoky Mountain Insider Pigeon Forge FAQ’s Pigeon Forge TN Weather History Of Pigeon Forge Life of Dolly Parton Wilderness Wildlife Week Best Of Pigeon Forge 2016 Make mealtime even more fun by taking in the show at Pigeon Forge Dixie Stampede! This Pigeon Forge dinner theater features an authentic Smoky Mountain meal served during a stunning show with acrobats, skilled horseback riders, great music and bit of authentic Americana. Check out our coupons for deals on shows. Dixie Stampede Pigeon Forge: The Experience Doors open an hour before showtime and attendees are ushered into the theater’s Carriage Room, which has been dubbed the Dixie Belle Saloon. You’ll have a chance to check out The Mountain Ruckus, the house band who performs country and bluegrass hits with authentic Smoky Mountain style. Past Mountain Ruckus members include Gary “Biscuit” Davis who was Dolly Parton’s band leader and produced her albums “The Grass Is Blue” and “Live and Well,” and currently includes YouTube phenomenon Kata Hay. Next you’ll enter the arena for the show and meal. The Dixie Stampede is an authentic Old West Review show featuring tricks, stunts, music and humor, all highlighted by some friendly competition between the North and South. Battles take the form of horseback riding competitions and you’ll see some tricks that will make your jaw drop! You’ll see barrel races, horses jump through flaming hoops and other amazing displays of pageantry and showmanship. Though Dolly Parton doesn’t appear in person, the show features some of her iconic music. You’ll hear her Native American-themed hit “Sha-Kon-O-Hey!” during the performance and the show will conclude with a pre-recorded performance of the special song “Color Me America.” The lights, sounds and actions of the show make it a mesmerizing experience. Though flash photography isn’t allowed, you’ll want to have your camera at the ready to capture some of the feats you’ll see before your eyes! Dixie Stampede Pigeon Forge: The Meal You’d better bring your appetite to the Dixie Stampede! Guests are treated to a four-course culinary experience that will certainly make your mouth water! The menu includes rotisserie chicken, hickory smoked barbecue pork loin, special house-made creamy vegetable soup, a crumbly buttermilk biscuit, corn on the cob, herb-basted baked potato and an iced apple turnover for dessert. If you’d prefer a vegetarian meal you’re still in luck: You’ll be treated to a fresh Country Garden Hillbilly Pasta entrée! You’ll have your choice of Pepsi products, coffee, tea or milk with the meal. Adults can opt for a fruity cocktail served in a souvenir boot mug before the show at the Saloon. PigeonForge.com Tips: • Plan to spend more than two hours at the Dixie Stampede for the full experience! You’ll have a chance to see the horses, riders and trainers after the show! • Come hungry! The regular meal includes an entire rotisserie chicken and ample helpings of the Smoky Mountain’s tastiest side dishes. • Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede is a Smoky Mountain tradition! The Pigeon Forge dinner theater opened in 1988 and has been charming visitors since! • Your ticket covers admission, the Dixie Belle Saloon show, the four-course meal, and of course, the Dixie Stampede arena show. • Shows are daily at 3:30, 6 and 8:30 p.m. • Children’s tickets (ages 4 to 11) start around $30; adult tickets start around $55. • Tickets may be purchased in advance or at the Dixie Stampede box office. Get The Smoky Mountain Insider The latest events & exclusive deals delivered straight to your inbox Thank you for subscribing! Check your email for a confirmation link.