We took in the Dixie Stampede on Oct. 9th, 05. We looked forward to this for three months, so our attitude was in good spirits when we got there. The pre-show was good,and the drinks in the boot mug was cute. It was when they announced we could go find our seats in the arena that it became a extreme fight up the small stair case, then when we got to our row, you are boxed in very tightly, no room to move, in fact one in our party had to move elsewhere to see the show because someone down the row was to big, and took up two seats. Food was dropped fastly on your plate. Our server was rude, spilling pepsi and ice out of our glasses, more then once, The food although it comes out hot, is dry, there is no butter for your corn or potato, or k-up or something for the dry pork that was served. The chicken was moist and did fall off the bone. We were sitting at the end of the arena where the doors open for the animals etc to come out, it smelled terribly, the speaker system didnt work very good, we could hardly hear what the host was saying, and the singing of the show. Then we had to deal with the server always in our way, or the picture people coming and talking to the person seated next to us. We missed half the show because of all of this. And eating, well you better hurry up, as soon as you eat your soup they are bringing out your food, then they come and pick up soup bowls, there is always someone in front of you or crossing in front of you. If your not done with your plate, they take it anyway! HORRIBLE for the nearly $50.00 I paid for the ticket's. (and I bought 5) If I had a different seat, where mud from the floor wouldn't be kicked up by the horses, the smell from the barn, sit somewhere in the center where the speaker system would work properly, and a server that would at least smile on occassion and not fling food, or spill drinks all over... I might go back. Dolly guarantee's this Dixie Stampede.... Hum... thats a lie!! I've written them of my experience, including the rating card that was left at our table... I have yet to hear back from them. Some guarantee from a Country music star. I give the whole experience a D- Oh and your photos they take, you barely have time to smile before they take them, they sell them while your trying to watch the show, and because it is dark you don't have time to really look at them before you buy, we purchased 70.00 worth, and they have flaws where the seating ticket is in the photo that was taken from us by the photographer and placed on the wall behind us. It shows in the photo.
Also, some of the workers that were dressed in costume as southern belles.. talk about rude attitude, my three year old tried to introduce herself to her as we were walking in,and she rudely pointed and said go that way... this is supposed to be fun and a great time.... I left upseat and with a bad attitude.
I think the price quote is out of date. We went last fall and it was over $90.00 for the two of us. The corn was soggy and like the rest of the food, not hot enough, meat stringy and tough. Buffalos do leave an odor that could not be described as pleasant. I felt for the folks close to the dirt floor(not sure but guessing it was dirt) arena where the animals pranced around. The servers were great but serving that large a crowd is a task and it was very hard getting those free refills! Just think it's an overtooted show and your money could be better spent in Branson.
Dixie Stampede is an awesome place for kids and adults to enjoy. I am 11 years old and I have seen the show in Branson, MO over 100 times. It keeps drawing me back time and time again. The horses and the other animals are great fun to watch. It really lets you interact with the riders and other cast members. I can't wait to go back. It is my favorite place on Earth!
I loved this place, you have the most fun, you enjoy a great show, while eating some awesome food. The only thing I didn't like about this place was that I couldn't always eat there! I would eat there every chance I could if it was more near my hometown.
I loved this show. It was my favorite part of our Branson trip...second to Branson Landing. The riders were great, more entertaining than amazing but still a lot of fun. The pre show was entertaining as well.
We recently saw the Christmas Dixie Stampede Show. It was a great show for the whole family! It was a beautiful show decorated for the Holiday Season. It also told the wonderful story of what we celebrate at Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ. We would recommend that you see this show when you are in Branson, MO. If you visit anytime of the year you will enjoy it vey much. You will also Enjoy the dinner and the Pre-Show.
We went our 1st time 2 years ago & now we make sure we go to the Dixie Stampede everytime we go to Branson! We have 2 kids, girl & boy, & they love it as much as we do & the food is the best in Branson!! As long as the Dixie Stampede is there we will be loyal customers every time we're in town!
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