Dolly’s Dixie Stampede enhances 2014 season with all-new audio and visual special effects
Dolly’s Dixie Stampede in, Pigeon Forge, Tenn., thundered into 2014 with all-new special effects and the return of some fan favorites. Known as “The Smokies Most Fun Place to Eat,” Dixie Stampede enhanced its 2014 show with state-of-the-art audio and video technology.
With a new overture, highlighted by newly added video projections, the floor of Dolly’s 35,000 square foot arena is filled with the images of stampeding horses. Coupled with new audio technology, the stampede is so lifelike that the thundering hooves rattle the guests’ tables. In a breathtaking addition to the show’s patriotic finale, the entire arena floor is filled with the image of the American flag blowing in the breeze as a dozen horses and riders proudly present our nation’s colors and Dolly’s “Color Me America” (from her album “For God And Country“) is performed.
Dixie Stampede’s 27th season in, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. also marks the return of two fan-favorite segments: miniature horse races and the bucket brigade competition. Along with a cast of talented performers and skilled riders leading the show’s 32 magnificent horses, Dixie Stampede has become a cherished family tradition!
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