8th Annual Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales

Come to Gatlinburg for the 8th annual Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales every night of the week from June 14 until August 10. This summer long event takes place throughout downtown Gatlinburg, and will feature artisans, performers, storytellers, and much more. This family-friendly experience is highly entertaining, educational, and interactive, so come on over to Gatlinburg, Tennessee for free entertainment along the Parkway all summer long! After a day filled with fun and entertainment, check out one of the dinner shows in the area listed below.

Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud Show

While in Gatlinburg, take the family to relive one of the most retold stories of the South at Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud Show. After you are seated on either the Hatfield or the McCoy side of the arena, you will enjoy a hearty meal which includes fried chicken, pulled pork, soup, mashed potatoes, beans, cornbread, and all the fixings of a country style feast. This action packed show features stunt performers, singing, dancing, and talented actors all engaged in a friendly feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys! Get your tickets by clicking this link.

Dixie Stampede – Pigeon Forge, TN

No trip to the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge area is complete without an evening spent at the Dixie Stampede! Watch in awe as trick riders perform gravity defying stunts on meticulously trained horses while enjoying a delicious, silverware-free feast! Plan ahead to enjoy the comedy and musical talent of Mountain Rukus at the Dixie Belle Saloon Opening Act beginning 50 minutes before the exciting main show! Schedule your trip at this link.

If you are also searching for the perfect place to stay during your trip to the area, click this link for a comprehensive list of hotels in the area.

3 thoughts on “8th Annual Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales

  1. After obsessively watching The Hatfield and McCoys on The History Channel, along with the rest of the country, I would love to attend the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud Show! Not only do you get a full belly, but you leave with a bit of a history lesson as well!

  2. A trip to the Smoky Mountains would be really awesome, especially downtown Gatlinburg. And I didn’t realize there was a Dixie Stampede in Tennessee as well.

    Also, anybody, please don’t forget to go to the pre-show! It’s included in the tickets to the show, and trust me, you don’t want to miss it!

    It’s so convenient to have all the schedule up on the vacations made easy website.

  3. “Hatfield and Mccoy Dinner Fued Show” sounds awesome if you wanna get “back to the basics of love”…Sorry.I was reminded of an old country song;-)

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