The Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud in Pigeon Forge

The Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud is a delightful spin on the centuries-old fight between the Hatfields and McCoys.  Guests enjoy a delicious dinner while talented performers take stage using state-of-the art entertainment technology, including a stage that transforms into a pond as well as pyrotechnics.

Hatfield and McCoy dinner theater building.

I was a guest of MyPigeonForge.com and saw this show and enjoyed the food.  The opinions expressed in the post are my own.

The Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud in Pigeon Forge is more than just a dinner show; it’s an interactive experience that takes you back in time to the famous Appalachian feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys. Situated in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, this dinner theater production is a fantastic blend of comedy, music, and down-home Southern cuisine.

The venue for the dinner theatre takes place in what appears to be a couple of ricketed old houses located on the main strip in Pigeon Forge.  The “homes” are decorated in true country style.  Outside is an outhouse, which just might be a good location for taking a few pictures before the show.

Rustic chandelier made from metal buckets.

As you enter the theater, you’ll find yourself immersed in the hilarious antics and incredible talents of the Hatfield and McCoy families, who engage in an epic battle of wits, pranks, and cool stunts. It’s a one-of-a-kind family-friendly entertainment that brings a touch of history, a heap of humor, and a hearty feast to your table, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking a hearty dose of Appalachian fun and flavor in Pigeon Forge.

People dining at tables around a dinner theater stage.

Tables are set with red and white checkered tablecloths and each is lit with a red lantern.  Pewter-ish plates and mason jars help set the scene for a country-inspired dinner.

The Menu

The all-you-can-eat menu includes fried chicken, BBQ pork, creamy soup, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes, coleslaw, homemade rolls, and dessert.  Tea, water, and soda are included in the meal.  (Stronger drinks are available for adults to purchase.)  Dinner is concluded with dessert – the guest’s choice of chocolate or banana pudding.

Bucket of fried chicken.

The servers do a great job at attending to guests and more – some of them are even performers in the show.

Performers on stage.

There is never a dull moment in the show, which is laced with comedy, music, singing, and more.

A man holding an umbrella.

The stage is built for both dry and wet conditions.  Like all good country stories, there is a scene that takes place on a riverbank.  The stage opens up to reveal a large swimming area where the actors perform amazing dives.

A man dressed as a woman with large bosom.
People on stage beating on drums.

In the end, the show pays respect to the brave men and women of the American armed forces.

Performers on stage with American flag.

Will the clans unite?  Will the guy get the girl?  For the answer to these questions, you’ll have to go to The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud and find out for yourself.

Where Is The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud?

You can get a fab dinner and enjoy a hilarious show at The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud, located at 119 Music Road in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.  Be sure to arrive early, because they start serving dinner before the show begins.  (Remember, some of the servers are also performers.)

Tickets

Tickets may be purchased online and prices start at $59.99 for adults and $34.99 for children ages 3-9. There is no charge for children under 3 years old who sit on an adult’s lap and share their meal.

For an additional charge, guests can purchase VIP admission and receive the best seats in the house, a hillbilly straw hat, a cheering flag, a VIP lanyard, and get the opportunity to meet and greet cast members.


Be sure to get your free Pigeon Forge, Tennessee Travel Guide from MyPigeonForge.com where you will find information for planning your next trip to Pigeon Forge.

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4 Comments

  1. Is their any tables that you can sit with just your own family dont want to be sitting with strangers????

  2. My Daughter and I and 4 of my Great children ages 7,8,13 and 17 was there in March we really enjoyed the Show & Dinner it was absolutely great and so was our Waiter couldn’t have been any nicer !!!! We will come back @ Hatfield & McCoy’s!!

  3. Still a great show even with quarantine restrictions. If you leave hungry, you’re doing it wrong! In addition, the kids (who were absolutely against going) LOVED it!

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