Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show
When you visit Pigeon Forge, you should check out the Hatfield McCoy Dinner Show as part of your itinerary. When individuals hear the names, Hatfield and McCoy, they have visions of a long relenting family feud. The feud lasted for generations. In the course of the most heated years of the feud, each family was ruled by a well-known patriarch. William Anderson Hatfield was the patriarch for the Hatfield family and Randolph McCoy was the patriarch for his family. The events that caused the feud began in the year 1869. The dinner and show focus on the feud that has been taking place for several generations.
During the show, guests will become a part of the longest running feud in history. You will help the Hatfields and McCoys to settle their differences mountain-style. The show features singing and dancing, mighty feats of strength, jaw-dropping stunts, and side-splitting comedy. Before the show, visitors will have the opportunity to eat a home-cooked meal. The event takes two hours including the meal.
Upon arriving at the large rustic theater, you will notice humorous sight gags such as the gravestones, clotheslines, and the two-hole outhouse. Guests will also encounter chickens, goats, and other farm animals near the entrance of the theater. You will be led to a table on the Hatfield or McCoy side of the venue. While the show is happening, visitors will delight in the sounds of the award-winning bluegrass banjo player and other musicians who play classic numbers. After the event, you can check out the Moonshine Still.