Go Country in Gatlinburg with these Wild Western Shows!

Many attractions are available in Gatlinburg, but if you’re looking for pure country music entertainment, the city has some of the best. If you’re yearning for the twang of the steel guitar or the quick dance of the fiddle, it’s time to plan a trip to Gatlinburg. You can attend these remarkable shows when you’re not relaxing at your luxurious accommodations. Put on your boots, strap on your spurs, and get ready for a kickin’ country time with this round-up of performances.

Step into the amazing Dixie Stampede to witness an all-in-fun look at the rivalry between North & South in this action packed dinner and show extravaganza. You’ll witness amazing performances by the cast, as well as the stars of the show – 32 amazing performing horses! Ostrich races and a fantastic patriotic finale highlight this family adventure that has made a name for itself around the country. You’ll also feast on a hearty four-course meal featuring Southern favorites like rotisserie chicken, homemade biscuits and much more. Mmmmmm.

Featuring an all-star cast of performers of all ages, this Country Tonite features current hits, country classics, gospel tunes and patriotic melodies. There’s also plenty of humor in between the stunning vocal and musical performances to keep you laughing, tapping your toes and singing along. The variety and talent of this performance will leave you speechless!

Lee Greenwood may be best known for his patriotic tune “God Bless the USA,” but he has released many other chart-topping hits over his career and now is your chance to see the great Lee Greenwood live. With Lee Greenwood’s popularity across the decades and his incredible number of chart-topping hits, this show is the ideal entertainment option for the whole family to enjoy together.

2 thoughts on “Go Country in Gatlinburg with these Wild Western Shows!

  1. I saw Country Tonite while it was running in Branson and I must say I will never, ever forget it. We bought the tape of the show and I’ve watched it many, many, many times.

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