Historical Feud Brought to Life in Pigeon Forge

Two "Admit One" tickets on a dinner plateThe historical Hatfield and McCoy feud has made its way back to the life in a comedic Pigeon Forge show. When guests visit the dinner theater, they become part of the feud as they cheer on their side through the competition.

Things tend to get a little wild at the Hatfield and McCoy dinner theater as the cast performs stunts and side-splitting comedy. Visitors will be split into two sides, the Hatfields and the McCoys. Since they brought the feud to the Smoky Mountains, their differences will be settled, mountain-style. The audience is encouraged to join in on the fun by cheering and singing along with the cast.

To add to the excitement, everyone will enjoy the Southern meal served throughout the show. The country country meal features fried chicken and pulled pork barbeque, along with a variety of Southern side items, like mashed potatoes and cornbread. You won’t want to miss Granny’s tasty dessert, either! You can find the complete menu on their website.

The Pigeon Forge show is performed every day of the week at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. So, grab your tickets and head to Pigeon Forge for feudin’ fun with the entire family.

After spending your evening at the Pigeon Forge show, you can sit back and relax at one of Aunt Bug’s Cabin Rentals’ Pigeon Forge cabins. Fully-equipped with a variety of amenities, your Smoky Mountain vacation is sure to be memorable. Choose from cabins with hot tubs, game rooms and theater rooms to create the most memories for your Pigeon Forge vacation.