Christmas at Dixie Stampede transports guests to a holiday fantasyland for 27th Christmas season
The spectacular show features 32 magnificent horses and top-notch riders. It has dozens of live animals, an original live Nativity and a dazzling display in the 35,000 square foot arena. More than 30 million people agree you have never seen a show like this.
Christmas at Dixie Stampede also has dramatic lighting, sound and pyrotechnics. President, Jim Rule says,
“To call Christmas at Dixie Stampede the largest Christmas production in the Smokies is an understatement. Our show is full of amazement, excitement and wonder which will leave your family with memories to last a lifetime.”
Christmas at Dixie Stampede transports guests into a holiday fantasy land, greeted by a head-turning Christmas display featuring a 45-foot tree surrounded by thousands of twinkling LED lights, evergreens and poinsettias. In the world-famous Dixie Belle Saloon, guests get in the Christmas spirit with Mountain Ruckus singing Christmas classics.
From there, the entire Dixie Stampede cast including 32 magnificent horses and dozens of performers take you on a nostalgic holiday adventure on a 35,000 square foot stage. Snow gently falls as Dolly Parton reminisces about her family traditions and the Christmases of her childhood spent right here in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Christmas at Dixie Stampede includes a four-course feast of Dixie Stampede’s Original Creamy Vegetable Soup and homemade biscuit, along with a tender whole rotisserie chicken, herb-basted potato, hickory smoked barbecued pork loin, hot buttered corn on the cob and Dixie Stampede’s very own specialty dessert. Guests cheer on their favorite elves from the North Pole and South Pole in a friendly competition as they await Santa’s arrival.
Guests can enjoy Christmas at Dixie Stampede between Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 and Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015.
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