An exciting two-hour dinner show in Pigeon Forge, Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show offers a fun experience, complete with singing, dancing, heavy lifting, pretend fighting, comedy bits and other outrageous entertainment routines. Guests can enjoy the show while also enjoying a southern-style feast, including fried chicken, barbecue pork, cornbread, mashed potatoes, pudding and more.
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When i paid $122 for 2 tickets to the 8:30 show i was shocked to receive a call telling us we would share a table. I was told it would be a long table...one couple at one end and one at the other. I was fine with that. Got there, it was a table for 4 and the other couple was as surprised as us. My huge surprise is the other couple had FREE tickets! Ok...put all the people with FREE tickets together and those spending hundreds of dollars at their own tables!! No offense to the other couple but I asked for my $$ back. They found us another table...yes another shared table, but as I originally anticipated when I received the call...2 tables pushed together...us on one end...the other family on the other. 2 separate spaces. All in all the show and food were really good. Everyone was super friendly and would love to see it again.
This is one of the best shows in town! Great staff, good food and an excellent interactive show. I highly recommend this show for everyone!
The food is genuinely southern and amazing! The show is funny and very entertaining! If it were cheaper we'd visit more often!
Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania
Our school group had a memorable experience at the Hatfield vs. McCoys show. It is a comedy with interjections of some serious clogging , amazing singing, and even some acrobatic feats, along with a satisfying family style meal. Don't expect a serious documentary about the tragic feud, and NO, they're not making light of that part of history... it's a well choreographed comedy! An important thing to know is that you should arrive at the show a good hour or more before showtime, to allow exploration of the outside barnyard critters and opportunities to get some photo memories with those cut out thingys with hillbilly images.As soon as the show starts the food service stops, which is a good idea so the crowd doesn't have to put up with roaming servers in mid-show. The food will not disappoint, unless you confess yourself to be a world class gourmet; excuse me Mr. Snooty, you're at a show with a hillbilly atmosphere , which is just fine with 99.9% of the crowd! The chicken breasts are genuine Southern -fried chicken, coupled with tangy pulled pork, unique but yummy cole slaw(I'm a self-confessed gourmet when it comes to slaw, and this version was awesome,) great yeast rolls, a chunk of sweet corn, smashed taters that I couldn't get enough of, a decent chocolate puddin', UNREAL veggie soup that should be served by the gallon, and your choice of drink served in a mason jar. CAN YOU TELL THAT YOU'RE IN THE SOUTH?? To convince you, get sweet tea for your drink! Very talented group of performers, the"mayor's daughter," was particularly strong in performance and easy on the eye. One spot found an older couple spoonin' near a sycamore tree and the gentleman leashed out a very pleasant singing voice. There is a lot of clogging, which was fine by me, along with athletic "feudin'," yodeling, pyrotechnics, an exploding outhouse,naturally, as well as the obligatory Rocky Top and patriotic salute, which again, as well with my soul! They even had audience participation time that involved in a "passing the spoon" competition between the Hatfield and McCoy clans. Things went smoothly until one particular jean-dressed guy had a heck of a time getting the spoon down his drawers, to the delight or amazement of the crowd. Uh, that dope would be me! Truthfully, I laughed almost as much as I did at the Comedy Barn, which, incidentally, you can get tix at a great discount, along with a similar deal for the Smoky Mountain Opry world-class show, as long as you purchase tickets initially for The Feud. You won't be disappointed with this show, unless you're that Mr. Snooty guy or from Cleveland(Had to get that in being that I'm a Steeler fan,)
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Is there a pre-show at Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud?
How early should guests arrive?
Guests should arrive 30 to 45 minutes prior to show time.
Are visitors allowed to meet and greet the performers of Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud?
Yes, meet and greets take place after the show.
Are cameras, audio or video recording allowed?
Cameras are allowed but video recording is strictly prohibited.
How is seating arranged at the Hatfield & McCoy Theater?
The theater features restaurant-style seating with a capacity for 698 people.
What type of menu is served?
The meal includes Fried Chicken, Pulled Pork Barbeque, Southern Style Creamy Soup, Mashed Potatoes, Corn on the Cob, Homemade Bread, Coleslaw, and dessert.
Is there an intermission at the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud?
There is no intermission.
Approximately how long is the show?
The show lasts about 1 hour and 45 minutes to 2 hours.
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