2015 Christmas Show at Dixie Stampede
For a memorable holiday season this year, head to Pigeon Forge, where the lights, the shows, and the countless decorations bring the spirit of the season to life all around you.
One show you absolutely can’t miss in 2015 is the Christmas Show at the Dixie Stampede. Beginning November 3 and running through January 2, 2016, this show uses sparkling lights, evergreens, poinsettias, old-fashioned holiday costumes, and familiar holiday music to fill you with joy and celebrate the magic of the Christmas season.
Come witness the Dixie Stampede arena as it is magically transformed for this holiday show. Snow will fall and lights will twinkle. You’ll even get to enjoy some holiday fun as elves from the North Pole and South Pole compete in a friendly Christmas-inspired competition.
Another special event at the Dixie Stampede Christmas Show is the live nativity scene. Celebrate the reason for the season as you watch three kings on live camels make their way to Bethlehem. Hear the angels, too, as they sing on high, inspiring you and your loved ones to remember the true meaning of Christmas this year.
Besides the special Christmas decorations and costumes, the Christmas Show at the Dixie Stampede will still feature the millions of interactive LED lights—new to the set in 2015—and, of course, the Dixie Stampede’s 32 top-notch horses with trick riders who live to entertain.
But don’t forget that when you come to the Dixie Stampede, you’re not only coming for a wildly entertaining show, but also for a delicious four-course feast! At the Christmas Show, you can expect the following home-cooked favorites to fill up your plate:
- Whole rotisserie chicken
- Hickory smoked barbecued pork loin
- Dixie’s Stampede’s Original Creamy Vegetable Soup
- Homemade biscuits
- Corn on the cob
- Herb-basted potatoes
- Dixie’s specialty dessert
- Unlimited Pepsi, tea or coffee
(They also offer a vegetarian meal option, but you should notify the Dixie Stampede of this preference when making your reservations.)
For tickets to the Dixie Stampede, simply visit the Pigeon Forge Show Schedule page, choose the date and time you would like to watch the Christmas show, and follow the instructions to purchase your tickets. Prices vary for adults and children; they also vary depending on the day and time you would like to visit. Call 800-356-1676 for more details.
Facts at a Glance
What: Christmas Show at the Dixie Stampede
When: November 3, 2015–January 2, 2016
Where: Dixie Stampede in Pigeon Forge
How much?: Prices vary; call 800-356-1676 or visit their website for more details.
Who: Anyone! This show is family-friendly and appropriate for all ages.
Christmas in the Cabin
A night out at the Dixie Stampede is only one way to celebrate the season during your Pigeon Forge vacation. There are dozens of things you can do right in your cabin to bring Christmas to life. Play your favorite holiday movie in your very own theater room. Or bake a tray of Christmas cookies with your friends and loved ones. Sing carols around the fireplace or plan for a holiday-themed game night. (Pictionary and charades are both great options if you’re looking to tailor something to match the season.) For other ideas on how to celebrate Christmas from your Pigeon Forge cabin, click here.
If you need help finding the right Pigeon Forge cabin for your holiday vacation this year, be sure to call our reservations specialists. They are available either online (choose the live chat option) or by phone (call 865-429-5199), and they’ll be happy to assist you anytime with your holiday plans in Pigeon Forge.
We have cabins with gas or wood-burning fireplaces, cabins with impressive mountain views, cabin for couples or large groups, and even cabins located just minutes from the Dixie Stampede. Whatever you’re looking for in your Pigeon Forge retreat, we’ll help you find it so this holiday season can be one that you and your family will never forget!
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