Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. really takes off in 2022 with the addition of the “billy-copter” flying machine, which adds a new level of hilarity to the show.
It’s the longest running feud in American history, and it just got a whole lot wackier as the dinner show’s newest element – a flying contraption dubbed the “billy-copter,” which has been cobbled together with crates, planks, and other cast-away items, including a hapless chicken – give the town sheriff and mayor a new setting for comedic gaffs.
Guests can choose to side with the Hatfields or with the McCoys during the two-hour show, which features a homestyle feast, musical acts, singing, dancing, mountain clogging, comedy, and “explosive” stunts compliments of the Hatfield and McCoy families.
The two families aren’t the only ones with talent, though. The sheriff and the mayor go all-out in competitions and “mountainside” stunts, some of them centered around the show set’s 24-foot-deep swimming hole.
Along with the families’ feud, a heaping helping of Southern foods make for an all-you-can-eat feast guests dine on while watching the onstage antics. The meal starts with soup and bread, moves on to country classics such as fried chicken, open pit pulled pork barbeque, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, and coleslaw, plus unlimited Pepsi products, coffee, and tea. The banquet finishes with a specialty dessert.
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