Owned by superstar Dolly Parton, this 35,000 square-foot arena is home to one of the best dinner shows in town. The night begins in the saloon, where ... More
Owned by superstar Dolly Parton, this 35,000 square-foot arena is home to one of the best dinner shows in town. The night begins in the saloon, where appetizers and cold alcohol-free drinks spark the evening. Next, you are off to the auditorium for the show (complete with 32 horses) and a four-course meal. The dinner starts with homemade creamy vegetable soup. Barbecued pork and rotisserie chicken are the main course, with corn on the cob, homemade biscuits and herbed potatoes as sides. Dessert follows, and you can drink all the tea, coffee or soda you can handle.
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.
My 12 year old daughter and I saw this show for the first time last summer. I wasn't sure what to expect with the ticket price being so high, but I was very happy with the outcome. The preshow was hilarious! After, we made our way to the arena. Once we were seated the waitress came to introduce herself and ask a little about us. She was very friendly & fast! The show was fantastic! The entertainers come into the crowd to perform at times and they really get the crowd involved. We are going back again this June! **If you have animal or hay allergies, this may not be the show for you**
I think the price quote is out of date.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.
This place is wonderful...right down to the Pre-Show! The show is extremely entertaining, the food is delicious and there is a ton of it and the service is fast & friendly! The price may seem a little high...but if you take the price of dinner (per person) at a decent restaurant and add the price (per person)of a show ticket...you will spend less getting both at Dixie! You should do this at least once!
This dinner show IS the best in Branson. Tons of fun for the family and lots of food. When you go make sure you are hungry! If you do nothing else in Branson you must see this show. It is money well spent.
The food is great. The people are friendly/helpful. It is crowded so go early. You won't be disappointed with this show. Kids love it!!
When we first arrived we were very excited. The pre show was great,after that it went down hill quick. We were seated in the front row, the first few seconds from when we sat down a roach CAME CROSSING ACROSS THE PLATES. Getting service once inside is tough, they are all running around. After that we were on the defense. We had tea spilled, a chunk of chicken was dropped off into my wifes tea when they were tossing chickens. Maybe it was the roach but after that it was hard to relax...
There are so many shows in Branson, MO. A person would have to visit over 20 times and take in 4 shows each time to see them all. Our family loves Branson. We are planning our visit for 2006 and what came form the kids, �Dixie Stampede.� I said, �You have seen it twice,� and the response was, �We don�t care we want to go.� This will be our fourth time and each time it is the best show for the money. The show is very good, the food is outstanding, and the service is phenomenal. If you have not seen it, see it. We will see it again this year and most likely again next year but it is worth it.
The food was yum!!!Ireally enjoyed the way they involved the audience in the show.. it's a crowd pleaser for sure. my family went around christmas time so make sure to reserve ahead of time for a large group!!!
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