Pigeon Forge Theater Named Best Country Show in America

Country Tonite

Are you searching for family entertainment in Pigeon Forge with something for everyone? Look no further than Country Tonite!  This one of a kind show combines virtuoso musical performances, expertly choreographed dance routines, and laugh out loud comedy to create a truly unforgettable experience. Voted the “Best Live Country Show in America” and the “Best Show in the Smokies”, Country Tonite is the type of performance people come back to see again and again.

Amazing Cast

The secret to Country Tonite’s success is its incredibly talented cast. The show’s musicians consistently astound audiences with their toe tapping renditions of classic country songs, gospel standards, and chart topping hits.  Even if you’re not the world’s biggest country fan, you’ll find yourself singing along to this irresistible music! Country Tonite is the only show in Pigeon Forge to feature youth performers. These gifted musicians will blow you away with talent and stage presence that goes far beyond their years.

State of the Art Theater

Located right off of Pigeon Forge’s famous Parkway, the Country Tonite Theatre is a spectacle in itself!  With 1,500 seats, two giant video screens, and state of the art sound and lighting, this multimillion dollar theater rivals anything in Las Vegas or New York City. During the holiday season, the theater is transformed into a magical winter wonderland as part of the wonderful Country Tonite Christmas Show.

Tickets

When you order tickets online on the Country Tonite website, you’ll get a $5 discount! If you have any questions about seating, you can call the box office at 865-453-2003. Children 12 and under get free admission with a paying adult.

Where to Stay

Looking for lodging close to all of the best entertainment in Pigeon Forge? Check out our Pigeon Forge Cabins page to find the perfect place to stay for your next trip to the Smokies!

 

About Jason Fishman

Jason Fishman is a writer and editor specializing in history, dining, travel and tourism. In his spare time, he enjoys science fiction, breakfast food and bad puns.