Here in the Great Smoky Mountains
there is a wide variety of live entertainment that is sure to please
everyone. After a day of sightseeing and shopping, sit back and
relax and enjoy true southern hospitality while the country's finest
entertainers perform. Remember to make your reservations early.
The Louise Mandrell show puts the GREAT in the Great Smoky Mountains!
Rods Guide Smoky Mountains Entertainment pages would not be complete
without a feature on the multi-million dollar Louise Mandrell Theater.
The Louise Mandrell Theater houses one of the most attended shows
in the Great Smoky Mountains and borrows heavily on the talents
and showmanship of it's star, Louise Mandrell. In fact, Louise Mandrell's
professionalism and star power is the halmark of each and every
show. Like the TV show in which Louise Mandrell and her sisters
starred, this two hour and twenty minute entertainment jewel is
complemented by wonderful costumes, elaborate sets, humor and production
numbers. This show features several musical genre such as Country,
Blues, Cajun, Rock n' Roll, Gospel, as well as Big Band. You will
find the Louise Mandrell Theater on the parkway in Pigeon Forge,
Tennessee at traffic light #0.
Dollywood not only has rides but great entertainment!-
There is plenty of entertainment here for all ages
live shows daily, rides, attractions, and more than 25 craft showcases.
Evenings are filled with dazzling performances by popular artists
for an additional cost. To get to Dollywood, turn off the parkway
in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee at the huge bilboard with Dolly Parton's
picture on it.
Black Bear Jamboree dinner theater brings a Great Smoky Mountains
legend to life!
Using the Great Smoky Mountains as a backdrop, the Black Bear Jamboree
brings audiences a glimpse of a mountain legend in a dinner theater
setting. The legend says once a year, all the black bears in the
Great Smoky Mountains gather together in a secret cave for a celebration
of food, dance, and song. This legend is presented by a huge cast
of singers and dancers whose performances are accentuated by skilled
costume and set designers, animaltronics, and state-of-the-art lighting
and sound. The ambience will include giant oad trees, crickets and
black bears playing near a watterfall. The Black Bear Jamboree menu
features Southern-style chicken, hickory pit barbecue and all the
fixins. The Black Bear Jamboree is in the foothills of the Great
Smoky Mountains, at traffic light #0 on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge,
Make Laughs a part of your Smoky Mountain vacation with the
Comedy Barn Theater!
When comming to the Great Smoky Mountains, if it's laughs your
after, don't miss the show put on by the Comedy Barn Theater. Clean
but hilarious comedians, master jugglers, amazing fire-eating entertainers,
and incredible magicians have been entertaining the Smokies visitor
for years, and they are still going strong. TheComedy Barn Theater
specializes in clean family fun, featuring Arnold the mind-reading
pig, comedians, jugglers, ventriloquists, and musicians performing
gospel, country and patriotic music. The Comedy Barn Theater is
located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
The Great Smoky Mountains has a stage full of stars at the Country
The Country Tonite´s spectacular is presented to you by America´s
largest award-winning cast of music and entertainment. Fashioned
after the Country Tonight Theaters in Las Vegas and Branson, this
high-energy show was awarded "Show of the Year" in 2001
& 2002 by NACMAI. It was also voted "Best Show in the Smokies"
and "Best Live Country Show in America" by the CMAA! It
is located just off the parkway in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Ole Smoky Hoedown features one of the funniest clown in the
Smokies, Elwood Smooch.
Billy Baker of Hee Haw television fame is perhaps better known in
the Great Smoky Mountains as Elwoood Smooch. Elwood Smooch was a
very popular musical/comedy clown for Dollywood for many years,
but is also the owner, producer, director and writer of The Ole
Smoky Hoedown. His hilarious show entertains thousands every year
right here in the Great Smoky Mountains. He leads the laughter with
his baggy pants and rubber faced humor, but that is not all. You
should hear him sing! His theater is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
You'll have a lot of fun at the Dixie Stampede's dinner and
At the Dixie Stampede, you will have a four-course meal while you
watch horse racing, whip cracking, and an assortment of belles,
Civil War heros, and ostriches. Enjoy the show while enjoying a
delicious 4-course feast. Laugh at the jokes, listen to the songs
and be absolutely dazzled by the performers. The show includes skilled
horsemen, chicken chasing children and audence games with Civil
War themes. It's a lot of fun. Get there an hour early and enjoy
the pre-show in the Dixie Belle non-alcoholic Saloon! You will find
the Dixie Stampede one mile from Dollywood, on the parkway in Pigeon
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