Hatfield and McCoy announces dates, theme for 2020 Christmas show

The show is based off of the real-life Hatfield-McCoy feud which involved two rural American families of the West Virginia/Kentucky area. The majority of the feud surrounded a mystery around the murder of Asa McCoy, a Union soldier, for which the Hatfield family was blamed (photo courtesy of Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show)

The show is based off of the real-life Hatfield and McCoy feud (photo courtesy of Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show)

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Ready for some family feuds?

No, not the kind that you will inevitably have with your out-of-town uncle at the dinner table this Christmas.

Starting Nov. 1, 2020, you can enjoy someone else’s dysfunctional Christmas dinner by visiting Pigeon Forge and seeing the Hatfield and McCoy Christmas Disaster Dinner Feud.

The craziness that often surrounds the Christmas season comes alive on stage at the Hatfield and McCoy Christmas Disaster, a dinner show that the whole family will be able to enjoy together as they make memories that will last for years to come.

Or at the the very least, it might just make you feel better about your own family feuds.

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The Hatfield and McCoy dinner show is located on the strip in Pigeon Forge (photo by ehrlif/shutterstock.com)

The Hatfield and McCoy Christmas show

This holiday season, visitors will join Pa Hatfield and Ma McCoy as they try to set aside their differences to celebrate the spirit of the season. However, lots of chaos and commotion will ensue along the way.

This comical dinner show brings together these two famous feudin’ families and a cast of characters for lots of singing, dancing, music, athletic stunts and antics that tell a holiday story like none other.

This Christmas adventure is full of fun, food and feudin’ guaranteed to put the audience in the holiday spirit – and might even make them feel better about the craziness found in their own yuletide gatherings.

Pa Hatfield and Ma McCoy say it best: “If you think your family is dysfunctional, you should see both of ours.”

Read Also: Hatfield and McCoy: What you didn’t know about the real-life murderous families

“The holidays can be such a crazy time for families,” said Jamie Parish, General Manager at the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud. “Our fun-filled Christmas show will make you laugh and share the fun of our two crazy families with your family and leave that holiday ‘To Do’ list aside for a little while.”

“After seeing the Hatfields and McCoys, you’ll think your family is perfect this Christmas!” said Parish. “It’s just good old-fashioned fun and a tribute to the holidays and family unlike anywhere else. Come join us and make some great holiday memories this year with the Hatfields and McCoys and our entertaining cast of characters that combine chaos and carols!”

Read Also: Review of Hatfield and McCoy: Murderous feud turned comedic dinner show

The all-you-can-eat Christmas feast

Granny’s cookin’ is some of the best in town, so be sure to arrive hungry.

The family-style holiday feast is all-you-can-eat served up with all the best Southern favorites.

The meal begins with creamy vegetable soup and hot homemade bread as an appetizer.

The main course includes fried chicken, pulled pork barbecue, mashed potatoes, creamy coleslaw, corn on the cob and a special dessert.

Vegetarian, vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free meals are available upon request.

The Hatfield and McCoy Theater is located at 119 Music Road in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Show times and reservations are available by visiting www.hatfieldmccoydinnerfeud.com or calling 800-985-5494.

What to expect during the 2020 season

The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud has taken enhanced safety measures to help protect guests and cast members.

Guests may be subject to screening questions or have temperature checks upon entering the facility.

The show will be operating at a reduced capacity throughout the season. Guests must follow all posted instructions while visiting the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud.

To learn more about the safety measures, visit their FAQs.

Read Also: Top 12 theaters and dinner shows in the Smokies

About World Choice Investments

Founded in 1988, World Choice Investments, LLC, doing business as Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction, Pirates Voyage Dinner and Show, Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud, The Comedy Barn Theater and Frizzle Chicken Farmhouse Café, operates dinner show venues, theaters, and restaurants for family fun and adventure in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.; Branson, Mo.; and Myrtle Beach, S.C.

The dinner shows feature special effects, musical productions, live animals and a four-course family feast.

What are YOUR favorite holiday traditions in the Smoky Mountains? Let us know in the comments!

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