Sevier County residents and workers enjoy a reduced admission price at Fee/Hedrick theaters in during Sevier County Days.
The Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment Group, one of the largest show production companies in the southeast, is holding Sevier County Days through Nov. 10, 2017 in Pigeon Forge. Shows including: The Comedy Barn, Christmas at The Smoky Mountain Opry, and The Smith Morning Show are all $9.95 plus tax for Sevier County residents and workers. The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner and Feud is $19.95 plus tax for adults and $9.95 for children.
Anyone who lives or works in Sevier County with a valid county driver’s license or current Sevier County business paycheck stub (within 30 days) with a photo ID can attend these shows for the Sevier County Days special rate. This cannot be combined with any other offer and is not valid with prior purchases. Only one ID is required per immediate family. Tickets must be purchased at the box office. For more information about the shows call (865) 908-7469 or 1-800-768-1170.
“We are thankful for the people of Sevier County who have supported our shows by bringing their friends and relatives throughout the years,” said theater owner David Fee. “We want to recognize how important Sevier County support has been in making our theaters successful.”
“We are very proud of all of our shows but especially our Comedy Barn show,” said Jim Hedrick, sr. vice president of Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment Group. “The Comedy Barn Theater is the clean comedy capitol of America and has been making millions of people laugh for over 23 years. We challenge folks to find any other show in the world that makes you laugh as hard as this one.”
“Indeed, the Comedy Barn Theater is the largest and most successful clean comedy theater in the world today,” Fee said. “The Comedy Barn features a wide range of entertainment, such as incredible jugglers, magicians, singers, trained animals and some of the best comedians in the nation!
“Then there is our Hatfield and McCoy Christmas Disaster Dinner Feud. At this show things can get ugly pretty quickly, as neither family stops their feudin’ for Christmas, but fortunately for you it is all part of the fun! The plot of this dinner show is loosely based on the most famous of all family feuds, and it is a show packed with comedy, drama, a little singing, lots of clogging and some of the best bluegrass music you will ever hear!”
“The amazing ‘Christmas at The Smoky Mountain Opry’ show at the Smoky Mountain Opry Theater has some very talented singers, dancers, aerialists, and an amazing juggler,” Hedrick said. “This year’s show features the biggest cast ever, as well as stunning new costumes and new musical arrangements. Come enjoy the music of the holiday season accompanied by the Smoky Mountain orchestra. We have new Country Christmas and Winter Wonderland sections of the show this year. Come see our living nativity, Santa Claus and his elves, toys that come to life and Frosty the snowman.”
“And finally, our Smith Morning Variety Christmas Show is a musical revue and comedy show,” Fee said. “It features Charlie Bob Smith, a well-known, long-time local entertainer. He has a mix of country, pop and gospel hits that he brings to the stage as well as his world-class impersonations.
“We hope Sevier County residents will come take advantage of our exceptional Sevier County Day prices and come enjoy all of our unique spectacular shows. Yes, it is possible to see them all!”