Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede invites NQC attendees to experience the New Adventure!

Gospel music’s largest annual event begins September 27, 2015. During the convention’s seven-day run, Dixie Stampede will host two exclusive shows for NQC guests. On Tuesday, September 29, 2015 and Friday, October 2, 2015, Dixie Stampede will host Soul’d Out Quartet and Tribute Quartet in its 35,000 square foot arena. These special shows begin at 3:00 p.m. with a performance from the quartets, followed by Dixie Stampede’s fabulous four-course family feast and the New Adventure.

With innovative new lighting, including 12.5 million LED bulbs, a new musical score and aerial act will, Dixie Stampede’s 2015 season promises to dazzle guests like never before.

Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede will offer a special rate for NQC guests during these two special performances. You can make reservations by calling the Dixie Stampede box office at (800) 356-1676.

For more information on show times and reservations call 1-800-356-1676 or visit Dixie Stampede.

Dolly's Dixie Stampede extends warm Southern welcome to The National Quartet Convention NQC

Dolly’s musical roots are gospel. Now, her Dixie Stampede has partnered with the south’s largest gospel music festival—the National Quartet Convention (NQC).  The NQC makes its debut in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., in September of 2014 after many years in Louisville, Ky. Some performers will be featured at Dolly's Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction —The Smokies Most Fun Place to Eat!

For two exclusive shows, performers from the National Quartet Convention will perform in Dolly’s 35,000 square foot arena at Dixie Stampede. Then guests will be thrilled with all-new special effects, highlighted with a rousing new overture and video projections which fill the arena with stampeding horses so lifelike the thundering hooves rattle the tables.

During the patriotic finale, which is set to Dolly’s "Color Me America," the entire arena floor is filled with the image of an American flag blowing in the breeze as a dozen horses and riders proudly present our nation’s colors.

Popular Dollywood gospel quartet receives the award for 2004 Band of the Year

Dollywood’s resident gospel quartet the Kingdom Heirs took home the 2004 Band of the Year Award at this year’s Singing News Fan Awards on Sept. 16. The fan-voted awards ceremony was part of the National Quartet Convention.

This is the second time the Kingdom Heirs received this award. The Kingdom Heirs recorded a new Christmas album, "The Spirit of Christmas," which they featured during the Smoky Mountain Christmas festival.




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