A must-see Pigeon Forge family dinner show, Lumberjack Feud is an action-packed event that features friendly competitions, live bluegrass music, a hilarious chef named Cookie and a hearty homestyle feast. Competitions include real ESPN lumberjacks, lumber jills and world-champion timber dogs who participate in 18 exciting axe-swinging, chainsaw-revving and log balancing challenges.
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The MUST SEE family dinner show in Pigeon Forge invites you to be a part of an unforgettable experience as you journey back in time to the creation of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where two logging families compete for the remaining timber before the park opens.
You’ll choose a side, Dawsons or McGraws, then cheer on your lumberjack family to victory! Our competition features real, ESPN Lumberjacks, Lumberjills, and world champion Timberdogs. You’ll see 18 thrilling, axe swinging, chainsaw roaring events full of action and excitement.
Audience members are invited on stage to be a part of all the fun, and the entire show is interactive for all ages. You’ll be on your feet cheering on your family, and on the floor laughing at our hilarious chef, Cookie!
And we don’t stop at real athletes and intense competition, you get two shows for the price of one with our pre-show! Get to the arena early to hear the music of the mountains from our house band the Mountain Jacks. Composed of award winning blue grass players, they’ll get you all riled up mixing in humor, pop culture references and some hilarious dance moves that will have you on your feet and roaring with laughter before the dinner show even begins. So make sure you arrive at least 30 to 45 minutes before the show. You won’t want to miss it!
If you purchased the dinner option, dinner is served during the pre-show. Please arrive 30-45 minutes prior to show time.
The Lumberjack Feud is perfect for families, friends and groups of all sizes!
Logger's Mountain Meal:
The quality of the food was surprisingly good and plentiful. The bluegrass band that played prior to and during dinner was fair. Our kids (under 9 years of age) loved the actual show. There was comedy and sport as well. The sport was real, not like medieval times. They had jumping dogs, and Lumberjacks and Jill's competed in various sawing, logging, and axe throwing competitions which were neat to watch. One of the better shows in pigeon forge. Probably wouldn't recommend it if children were not going. I think it would be a little boring with only adults.
Greenville, South Carolina
This was a lot of fun. Our boys, ages 1, 4, and 6 loved the show as well! Food was delicious. Side note: However, I think tip should be included when you pay $50 a ticket and the waiters actually help perform in the show.
Easthampton, Massachusetts, United States
Great show very entertaining. We have always enjoyed dinner shows and this one didn't disappoint. My husband and I along with our 21 and 19 year old all loved the show. Comedy/dancing/ singing and real lumber jacking (is that a real term?). Must do if in area
St. Petersburg, Florida
The kids loved going to this! A Hatfiked & Mc Coys fued with dogs to boot as part of the show. Little purvey but a lot of fun!
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When should visitors arrive?
Please arrive at least 30 to 45 minutes prior to the show time for the Dinner and Show tickets. For visitors arriving for the show only (no dinner), arrive at least 15 minutes prior to show time. If you want to watch the pre-show, arrive 30-45 minutes prior.
Where are the seats for the Regular Dinner & Show, Premium Dinner & Show, and Show Only - No Meal?Premium Dinner & Show rows 1-2, Regular Dinner & Show rows 3-6 and 9-10, Show only (no meal) rows 7-8.
What is served with the dinner ticket?
- McGraw's Seasoned Half-Chicken
- Roasted Red Potato
- Fluffy Home-Style Biscuit
- Lumberjack Camp Soup
- Cookie's Fresh Corn on the Cob
- and Dawson's Delicious Dessert
- Unlimited Pepsi beverages, sweet tea and coffee
The meal is served on a dinner plate and no longer the stainless steel trays.
Are vegetarian or gluten free meals available? What if I have an allergy?
Gluten free and a vegetarian meal is offered. If you have an allergy or a diet need, please let us know when making your reservation.
What if my child is 3 years or younger?
For Dinner and Show, children under 3 can sit on your lap for free. If you would like for them to have their own seat a child’s ticket will need to be purchased.
What are the advantages of premium seats?
Premium Seats are front row seating, on all sides of the stage. Whether you’re a Dawson or a McGraw, you can enjoy Premium Seats. Unfortunately, it is not an option at this time to offer Premium Tickets for the Show Only option.
Is there a pre-show at Lumberjack Feud?
Yes, please arrive 30 to 45 minutes before the show time to catch the pre-show.
Are Lumberjack Feud athletes available to meet and greet visitors?
Yes, after every show the lumberjacks and lumberjills and performers are available to sign autographs and take pictures!
Is audio, video or pictures allowed at the show?
All guests are encouraged to take pictures of the show. Audio or video recording is not allowed due to copyright laws. DVDs of each show are for sale in the gift shop.
Does the show have an intermission?
There is a 10 minute intermission between the pre-show and the main show.
What type of theater is the show held in?
The Lumberjack Feud Theater is an indoor sports arena designed especially for lumberjack sports. The building is over 5 stories tall to accommodate the sixty-foot speed climb event.
How many people does the theater hold?
The Lumberjack Feud Theater seats over 800 people.
What is the running time of the show?
The show is 1 hour and 20 minutes long.
What type if parking is available?
There is plenty of free parking and handicapped parking in our front paved parking lot.
Is Special Needs seating available?
Yes. An entire section is dedicated to Special Needs seating. The Lumberjack Feud Theater is completely wheel chair accessible.