He also does a little magic as well. Be sure to check out Mountain Fun Life on Facebook by clicking this LINK!
Are you visiting the Smokies in January, February or early March?
The early part of the year is sloooooow in Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge. Because of this, many of the shows take a break.
But no worries if you're planning a trip! There is still plenty to do, and shows to see in the Smokies!
Here is a list of the shows that stay open all year in Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge!
Impossibilities at the Gatlinburg Space Needle
It may seem cheesy to put ourselves at the top of this list but...it is our blog.
And YES, we are open all year. Typically, we do shows on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays during the slow season. It can change here and there, so click this LINK to see our full schedule for when you're in town.
PS: Since we're a small theater, there is the option of opening a show if you're bringing a group. If you don't see a show time that works for you, give us a call at (888) 482-3330 to see if we can schedule one!
The Comedy Barn in Pigeon Forge
The most successful, and most attended clean comedy theater in the world is also open all year!
You can see their schedule at this LINK!
The Lumberjack Feud in Pigeon Forge
You ever see those lumberjack games on ESPN? Yeah, they do that in Pigeon Forge, and it's pretty awesome!
Don't let the fact that it's an outdoor show scare you off. I've been to the show in the winter, and they have some heaters that keep you plenty warm.
Click HERE for more info!
Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show in Pigeon Forge
The only dinner show open this time of year also happens to be the BEST dinner show! Just try the soup, and thank me later.
Learn more at this LINK!
Did we miss any?
Did we miss any shows that are open all year in Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge? Let us know in the comments and we'll edit the blog.
Thanks for reading, and we hope to see you at Impossibilities!
The Master Mentalist Erik Dobell got a small but exciting mention in Southern Living
Thanks to the New Year Eve livestream Erik got to do with the city of Gatlinburg, he got a small but exciting mention in Southern Living.
You can read their article about Gatlinburg's NYE celebration at this LINK!
And if you still haven't seen the livestream, you can check it out below!
Anakeesta is opening a NEW Observation Tower
Sometime this year Anakeesta will be opening their 360-degree observation tower which will make it the HIGHEST point in Gatlinburg, Tennessee!
As if the town wasn't already custom made for Instagram. We're looking forward to seeing this thing when it opens. You can read the full article about the new attraction at this LINK!
We also said goodbye to Niels Duinker
Our good friend Niels Duinker said goodbye to the Comedy Barn this week after a 3-year run.
But no worries, he's still going to be based in the smokies for a little while longer while he tours the US with his amazing juggling show.
If you want to see if Niels is coming to your town, follow him on Facebook at this LINK!
And HAPPY NEW YEAR from Peyton! 2020!
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