A Fun Time at Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show
The Hatfield and McCoys. While the two families' land feuds and revenge killings centered around the American Civil War have long since ceased, the name itself has entered the American lexicon to describe bitter rivalries and intense feuds.
In Pigeon Forge, The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show honors the famed feud with a delightful dinner show. The real Hatfield and McCoys settled their quarrels with their fists and barrels of their shotguns, but (thankfully) the only duals at this dinner show involve dancing feet and song. Come enjoy a great meal and some great entertainment at this favorite dinner show in Pigeon Forge.
The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show Menu
To start, The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show's menu is just about as Southern as you can get. When you arrive at the theater, you'll be seated at a table in either the Hatfield or McCoy section. Here you'll be able to feast on as much fresh, Southern delicacies as your heart desires! The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show menu includes:
- Mouthwatering Fried Chicken
- Juicy Pulled Pork BBQ
- Hearty, Creamy Southern-style Vegetable Soup
- Heaping helpings of mashed potatoes
- Fresh coleslaw
- Oven-Fresh cornbread
- Chocolate pudding for dessert
What would a show about the Hatfields and McCoys be without a little bit of moonshine? The Hatfield and McCoys offers moonshine from local distilleries, so make sure to ask your waiter or waitress to see the selection of moonshines to enjoy responsibly in addition to your sweet tea.
Insider Tip: Unlike some dinner shows in Pigeon Forge, dinner service at The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show only occurs prior to curtain call. Make sure to arrive with plenty of time to gobble up several portions (it is all you can eat, after all) of delicious food. About 45 minutes to an hour before showtime should be enough time to enjoy a great meal without being rushed.
The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show:
Song, Dance, and Laughter
After filling your belly with as much delicious food as it can handle, the entertainment begins. From dance numbers to comedy sketches, this show will have you stompin' your feet and doubled over in laughter.
The show itself is centered around the historic Hatfield and McCoy families and tells the story of their famous feud (albeit with definite poetic license). The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show is hillbilly comedy at its best. The show invokes the culture of the mountains with energetic bluegrass music, lively dance numbers, and amusing comedic sketches.
The cast of this dinner show will weave the tale of the Hatfield and McCoy feud with their clogging and mountain music, providing for constant entertainment. Additionally, parts of the show require audience participation, allowing the audience to truly feel like their part of the feuding families. You can even buy a recording of your Hatfield and McCoy dinner show to remember the hilarity and save memories of your audience participation.
In 2017, the show added a high-dive board and a diving well to add "diving hillbillies," diving dogs, and waddling ducks to this hilarious show's antics.
With at least two shows a day for most of the year, families have lots of opportunities to enjoy this side-splitting dinner show in Pigeon Forge. Additionally, a special Holiday Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show puts vacationers in the Christmas spirit while visiting Pigeon Forge. With quality food and entertainment, there's no wonder why Hatfield and McCoy Pigeon Forge is a must-see on during your stay in one of our Pigeon Forge cabin rentals.
Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show:
Times, Tickets, and Location
The dinner theater is located right off the Pigeon Forge Parkway between lights 0 and 1 next to the Titanic Museum. For ticket prices for the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show as well as a more detailed show schedule check online or call (800) 985-5494. There's also a special combo ticket pack that helps you save on other exciting shows in the Smokies!
A stop by the Hatfield and McCoy dinner show is sure to bring some hillbilly comedy to your Smoky Mountain vacation.
Written by Cecila Jones