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Branson - Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction

1525 West 76 Country Boulevard
800 520-5544

Dixie Stampede is an extraordinary dinner show with thirty-two magnificent horses and a cast of top-notch riders. They will thrill you with daring feats of trick riding and competition, pitting North against South in a friendly and fun rivalry. You will enjoy a barrel full of music, dancing, special effects and family friendly comedy along the way. Celebrate as the North and South join together in a patriotic salute of Red, White and Blue featuring COLOR ME AMERICA, written and recorded by Dolly herself. The Patriotic Grand Finale soars with flying Doves of Peace, luminous costumes and fireworks, reminding you of the pride and spirit of America.



Reviews

McKenzie Terwillegar

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Excellent dinner theater. The show was put together very well, with excellent riders and a variety of different acts to keep you entertained. The food was absolutely delicious. Our waitress, Amber, was very attentive to our needs and made special accommodations for my diet restrictions. The chicken was absolutely some of the very best chicken I've ever had. Even the pre-show was well organized and worth attending. My family is not a huge fan of country music, but they did it in a way that was new and enjoyable for all of us. If you've never been to a dinner theater, this is a great show to attend!

Collin Owens

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Sunday, April 22, 2018
MUST SEE SHOW! Great for all ages! Our family has enjoyed this place for years and years! I do believe we will always call it Dixie Stampede, haha! The per-show is cute and normally kind of funny. You can buy a boot mug or fancy (plastic) cup that has the show logo with tasty drinks and snacks are also available. This time they had brothers playing and singing bluegrass style music, I really enjoyed them! The main show you will experience singing with horseback “dancing” or ridding along with some competition style games all while your food is being served! The soup is my favorite part of the meal! When you are seated you will quickly be informed what team you are on (North or South) and will get to play along/ cheer for your team! They will take pictures of you when you enter that are sold for 30$ and come with digital downloads available. Very nice and clean facility!

Rick Riedel

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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
This was the 3rd time we've been to the Dixie Stampede. The Christmas show is far better than the regular show, which we will not go back to. The comedy shtick is always exactly the same and the "contest" events have a predetermined winner. The show is so predetermined that even in a kids from the audience contest, the winning team was not announced as the winners so as to control the final outcome. That was pretty lame. The food is good and plentiful, and you get to eat with your hands, no utensils at all. The kids love that part. Overall, it's best to enjoy it once and cherish the memories from that experience.

Raine Raine

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Sunday, April 22, 2018
We had such a great time and highly recommended! There is no bad seat in the entire stadium however, it is first come first seated...meaning if you want to sit at the end of an opening you will need to be quick about asking your server. There is one bathroom upstairs and one downstairs for the entire stadium. The food is delicious, plentiful and hot! Patrons may ask for a to-go bag.

Rachel Lehcar

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Friday, March 16, 2018
I went to this dinner show yesterday, and it was pretty descent. I haven’t been here in nine years, and hoping it would be something different, and it was. The show was pretty good, actually. Better than it was nine years ago when I went there. The food was just okay. Nothing special about it. They first feed you a creamy vegetable soup, which was my favorite thing to eat. Wish they gave out seconds for more. They also give you a small biscuit, a small chicken, a sliced potato, a pork sirloin, and a corn on the cob for the main meal. For dessert, they give you only an apple turnover. The entertainment was cool. However, it bored me at one point, though, but it was just for a few seconds. On a scale from one to ten for recommending, I give it an 8. The waiter/waitress, were very kind to me. They are good at their jobs, and deserve more appreciation. The show is pricey, though, if you are not local or work at a local place. This place is fun for kids all ages, very family friendly. Being a local here in Branson, I find this show to be one of my favorites. I would come again. Although getting into the theater and getting out of it was very crowded, it was definitely worth my experience. I would definitely come again.

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