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Days of Elijah at Biblical Times Dinner Theater in Pigeon Forge, TN

Biblical Times Dinner Theater2391 ParkwayPigeon Forge, TN 37863
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Days of Elijah is a unique Biblical production that combines live performers with amazing holograph technology. The first half features our Award Winning cast singing a variety of southern gospel, hymns, and worship songs along with sharing their personal testimonies, while you are being served a feast of Biblical proportions. During the second half, the cast presents an amazing musical story of Elijah, the boldest of God's prophets.


from Days of Elijah
This unique and exciting production uses state-of-the-art holographic and 3-D technology combined with a LIVE cast. Through narration, drama, and music, including much-loved songs along with some original offerings, you will discover the meaning of the Seven Holy Feasts of the Bible as they relate to the history of the Jewish people as well as the Christian faith today and as they point to the Year of Jubilee and the return of Christ! You will meet Elijah, God's boldest of prophets, Moses and Hosea. During the first half, while you are enjoying a feast of biblical proportions, our live cast will perform a gospel concert and share their personal testimonies.

  • Deli Delights Appetizers

  • Marinated Wood Smoked Steak Tips w/ Green Peppers & Onions

  • Maple Sliced Ham

  • Garlic Fried Potatoes

  • Buttered Cut Corn & Carrots

  • Home Made Yeast Roll

  • Strawberry Shortcake

  • Unlimited Iced Tea or Lemonade

Kids meal meat is ham and chicken tender.

Gluten Free and Vegetarian meals available upon request. Please request when making reservations and again when you pick up your tickets.

Menu subject to change without notice.

Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Reviews

20 Reviews
Roger Towe
Deer Park, TX
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Days of Elijah"
August, 2016
Overall, this show was a very enjoyable experience. The meal was great and we got serenaded w/ good gospel music while we ate. Then, the actual show was excellent with the producers/writers not afraid of being 'politically incorrect' but telling it like it is (while educating the crowd as to the 7 Jewish festivals).
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Gregory Zach
Boonville, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Out of this world"
July, 2016
You need to take time to go see one of these shows it will open your eyes to thing we take for granted (GO SEE ONE)
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Tip: Come hungry and ready to be amazing show

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer
West Chester, OH
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"ok show"
July, 2016
Message is good but the show was not as professional as expected for the cost. Singing was good, but the dancing is poor. Food is good
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Keisha Jones
Montgomery, AL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Dinner theater review"
July, 2016
The food was not good. The show was far too long. We felt it could have been organized differently.
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Tip: Be prepared to be there several hours the food is not good

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Sharon Kilgore
Carrollton, GA
6 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Really over my head"
July, 2016
I been raised in church and didn't really understand half of this show. If we go back and we will go to see Moses show or the other one. Not sure about the dancing to the music, it was kind of basic and seemed off and forced. I am all for dancing when it seems naturally but the choreography was really bad. Needs to be updated in the technology and I feel like people would come if they mixed up some of the music, seemed to be geared toward older southern gospel. However, on the positive side, the chairs were really nice and the food was delicious!! I was sad to see less people at a Biblical show.
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Tip: Need to have good understand of the bible and the red moon etc.

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Linda Miller
1 Review
"Excited to attend, but ended up very disappointed"
July, 2016
Staff was friendly, reservation process was easy. Program started...music was just ok, not what I expected from "professionals";some were better than others. Testimonies sounded well rehearsed. Throughout entire show, the choreography seemed a bit forced and awkward. The message was great, but had known more what to expect, I don't think we would have brought the grandkids. Nice touch to have the cast greeting people afterwards, but the very young man didn't make eye contact with many people...more like he was doing the "preacher scan" from the pulpit. Kinda wish we'd gone to a different show.
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Tip: You're going to sit a long time! It's helpful if you're very familiar with the Old Testament.

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Jason Anderson
Amissville, VA
1 Review
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"Feast for the Ears"
June, 2016
The harmonies were amazing. Felt like standing up when we heard, "He's Alive." God was there amongst us.
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Betty Miller
Augusta, GA
9 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Days of Elijah"
June, 2016
I loved the show very much. My 2 granddaughter really enjoyed it as well 6 and 4 years old they are still talking about it. The music was great food and servers. thanks for all that you all do.
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Tip: Arrive a little early so you can look around and take pictures.

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Newport, Tennessee
"A unique presentation by Christians on the Feast of the Lord in Pigeon Forge, Tn."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 11, 2017 NEW
Biblical Times Dinner Theater Pigeon Forge A Christian view of the Biblical Feasts of the Lord is being presented right now during the Feast of Sukkot 532021098 I went with a group of friends to see how the Feasts of the Lord was presented through the eyes of the church. I liked it very much. We were served a meal and then the show began. We enjoyed the performance. Here is the website if you want to see some of what we saw last night.
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Teresa C
Rockwood, United States
"Anniversary Dinner"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 10, 2017 NEW
Great performance and food. We really enjoy having this type of Christian entertain available for us to enjoy!
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Beth W
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed October 08, 2017 NEW
We attended the show with about 80 other guests in attendance. If you're looking for a production on the same level as Dolly or Hatfield & McCoy, keep driving, but if you are wanting an evening with southern gospel singing, then stop on in. We will probably go back again next year.
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Lansing, MI
"Wish I could have escaped"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed October 06, 2017 NEW
I am a church attending Christian who is on the worship team, goes to Sunday school and leads Bible studies at our local church. I thought that Biblical Times Dinner Theater would be a fun and uplifting experience for me and my husband to spend $100 on for an evening in Pigeon Forge. Having gone to very few dinner theaters, I didn't really know what to expect. We were seated in movie theater like chairs that had swing out trays attached. A waiter came with iced tea and orange colored drink of some sort (lemonade, supposedly) Then we got a tiny plate of "appetizers" that were not good--bites of cheese, rolled up lunchmeat, olive on a toothpick. The main dish came and was sub par. I could not eat most of it, and I am not fussy. Dessert was a dry piece of cake. During this poor meal, 5 singers, with volume turned up full blast, sang a lot of gospel songs.They were not terrible, but not terrific either. Then, after about 45 min. to an hour, the "show" began. What can I say? It was embarrassing. Terrible. I wanted to leave so bad. But I kept thinking it would be mean and rude, and maybe it would get better. The gospel singers had put on Bibical costumes and acted out some scenes from the Old Testament story of Joseph. A poorly filmed, poorly acted "movie" was on a screen behind them and they interacted with it. The movie Joseph had a pot belly! This was not a big deal, but couldn't they have found someone who at least looked like Joseph from the O.T. might have looked? Distracting. And the story tried to say that Joseph's life was a mirror of our Lord and Savior Jesus' life. That was ok, but they stretched things so much, it got weird. Then there was a black gospel choir in the "movie" and the live gospel singers interacted with them in a strange way. And then the men danced around like Jewish women. And then one of the gospel singers, who was quite overweight, played out the part of Joseph coming before Pharaoh to interpret his dream. Joseph was supposed to have been in prison for many years, so seeing him so well fed was very funny and distracting, too. Why did they do this? And then the last half hour was nothing more than a shouting, loud call to repentance because the Lord was returning soon, which had nothing to do with the story. But then again, the story was so disjointed that I supposed you could have thrown in anything and it really wouldn't have mattered. I had a headache, a stomachache, and was mad that Christians would behave this way. And charge for it. And then beg for more money (buy our cds, buy our dvd, tip the waiters well, etc.) Thank the Lord we went to Dolly Parton's dinner theater 2 days later. Same price. Terrific! Wonderful! Took away the bad taste, feelings and memories of the Bibical Times show mostly. But I will always be stuck with the memory of this experience, and that is not a good thing.
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Dana J
Pataskala, United States
"Nice show"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 05, 2017 NEW
Although we were expecting a play it is more about singing. We saw the Elijah performance. The first half was singing then the second half was video combined with singing (actors dressed the part) explaining about the seven holy feasts of the Lord. Nice show. The meal was good but did not look like the pictures.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Days of Elijah

What time should we arrive?
Doors open 30 minutes prior to show time. The pre-show and meal begins at the time listed on your E-ticket voucher.

What does the menu consist of?
~ Marinated Wood Smoked Steak Tips with green peppers, onions and mushrooms
~ Marinated Wood Grilled Chicken Fillet
~ Maple Sliced Ham
~ Garlic Fried Potatoes
~ Buttered Cut Corn and Carrots
~ Crispy Tossed Salad
~ Large Buttered Yeast Roll
Menu subject to change.

What traffic light is the theater located at?
We are at traffic light #2.

How much time should we plan for this show?
With check-in, we suggest planning on spending 2.5 hours.

Are cameras, audio or video recording allowed?
Cameras are allowed but video recording is strictly prohibited.

How is seating arranged at the theater?
The theater features theater-style seating with a capacity for 1000 people.

How many rows are in the theater?
In the center there are a total of 19 rows.

What type of handicap seating is available?
Wheel chair seating is available in the front row or in the back of the center section.

How is seating set up for the dinner show?
They have theater seats that have a little table that folds out and a special tray that sits on that with your food.