Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction

Dinner show with horses, buffalo, trick riding, dance & song

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Country music star Dolly Parton owns the Stampede Dinner Attraction (she doesn’t perform in the show), presented in a huge arena with stampeding buffalo, 32 horses, and a large, talented cast that sings, dances and rides horses, while you enjoy a four-course meal that includes rotisserie chicken, barbecued pork loin, side dishes and dessert (vegetarian and gluten-free meals are available on request). An LED wall backdrop depicting the beauty of the Ozarks and state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems make it a high-tech experience. At any rate, you’ll want to arrive early before the show to stroll through the open-air stables to see the horses and to enjoy the Carriage Room opening show.

Although Stampede emphasizes patriotism, be forewarned that the audience is divided into North and South rival groups, which may prove offensive to some (if you buy your tickets online, you can designate which side you want to root for).

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1525 W. Highway 76
$59.29 adults, $37 child, including the meal

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