Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Undergoes $2.5 Million Renovation

Opening weekend after The Dixie Stampede's $2.5 million renovation.

Opening weekend after The Dixie Stampede’s $2.5 million renovation.

Dolly Parton‘s popular dinner attraction, the Dixie Stampede, recently underwent a $2.5 million renovation, featuring fresh music, special effects, and interactive lighting with 12.5 million LED lights.

“I want to dazzle our guests in 2015 with a completely new atmosphere,” Parton said of the show’s renovation. The Dixie Stampede, which launched in 1988, is located in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., near other attractions including Parton’s Dollywood theme park and Dollywood Splash Country. The Dixie Stampede also operates an attraction in Branson, Mo.

The Dixie Stampede seats up to 1,100 audience members. The attraction features up to five shows per day.

“We’ve been entertaining guests for 28 years,” the Dixie Stampede’s marketing director Woody Peek told Mashable. “This is the largest reinvestment ever back into the show.”

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