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Meet Olivia "Garden" Hatfield

The Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud in Pigeon Forge, TN is all about family! At the end of the day it’s all we have so when family comes to call we make it a point to welcome them with open arms and THEN find out what their last name is!

Not too long ago, Pa Hatfield and the rest of the Hatfield clan welcomed home another little spitfire who goes by the name, Olivia “Garden”. Like most flowers in the garden she’s a beauty to look at and smells just as nice but be warned: This flower has some mighty sharp thorns! Standing at almost five feet tall (with shoes on), Olivia is more a tomboy than most of her Hatfield cousins and has been known to eat more chicken wings than them all when given the opportunity. One would think that as a hoofer (that’s HOOFER, not HEIFER!) since the tender age of two her temperament would be more akin to that of a young lady but growin’ up on a farm with a bunch of boys has turned her fists into hillbilly hammers!

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New This Fall: A Room With a View

Whether Northern folk or comfortably southern, the desire to make our homes more than just a place to hang a hat is something we all have in common. There’s nothing like “sprucing up” a room or two to give your family’s homestead a brand new feel! At the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud™ in Pigeon Forge, TN, any thoughts of brand new dwellings for the two long at odds families are nothing more than pipe dreams. Luckily for you they’ll settle for a couple of brand new cabins that they can call “home”. Both of which are twenty feet up in the air.

The producers of this most popular dinner attraction in the Southeast are always looking for ways to improve the show, taking great pains to ensure that the high-tech gadgetry doesn’t take away from the overall “hillbilly” feel of the presentation. As Dolly herself once said, “It takes a lot of money to look this cheap!”, and this latest addition is no exception with owners David Fee and Jim Hedrick supremely confident that the investment will pay off in the way of countless smiles, memories, “Oooh’s” and “Aaahh’s” as currency.

Read more: New This Fall: A Room With a View

Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Offers More Options

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn., June 21, 2016 -If there's one thing that Hatfields and McCoys can agree on, it's that their dinner menu is the yummiest in town!

Dinner show fans' bellies are sure to be as full and happy as ever with a couple of menu additions. You asked and we listened, folks: Now our guests can choose from white and dark meat, as well as banana pudding and chocolate mousse!

The family-friendly show has long been a hit for its entertaining comedy, singing, dancing and stunts. Guests love the audience participation, including young'ins dancing onstage during intermission. But if you ask anyone who's visited the family feud, you can bet there's another thing they won't fail to brag about: Our Full Southern Homestyle Feast!

Just readin' about it is sure to get your mouth waterin': There's Feudin' Fried Chick'n; Open Pit Pulled-To-Pieces Pork Barbeque; Southern Style Creamy Soup; Smashed Mashed Taters; Buttery Corn on the Cob; Ma's Hot Homemade Bread; No Tellin' What's In It Coleslaw; and Granny's Famous Specialty Desserts, chocolate mousse AND banana pudding!

Are you droolin' yet?

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“Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show™” to make a splash with diving hillbillies

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn., Feb. 4, 2016 – “The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show™” in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., is taking the plunge and undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation. After several years of success with “The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show™,” theater co-owners David Fee and Jim Hedrick are announcing their plans to add a high diving water element to the show as well as new cast members and trained animals. “The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show™” will enhance audience favorites from its current feudin’ show and will feature new high divin’ hillbillies, waddling ducks, diving dogs of all shapes and sizes and even diving pigs who will tromp and wade and paddle throughout the water area with many unusual special effects.

“While the Hatfield and McCoy Feud may be the longest running rivalry in history, both famous feudin’ families are putting up their guns temporarily to make a splash in Pigeon Forge,” said theater co-owner, David Fee, president and chief executive officer of The Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment Group. “Our new show additions will include a transformation of the current stage into an Olympic sized 22-foot deep diving well.

“After countless times of seeing water shows such as ‘O’ by Cirque du Soleil and Le Reve in Las Vegas, I wanted to bring our version of water technology to Pigeon Forge,” Fee said. “The current performance stage will be transformed from a dry stage to a huge diving well that seemingly appears and disappears within seconds. It is going to be super cool! The stage floor will go up and down and will be capable of stopping at various levels.”

“The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show was an innovative concept for my business partner, Jim Hedrick and I,” Fee said.   “The show has been successful beyond our wildest dreams. We change up the show each year for repeat visitors and we have music and clean comedy that appeals to all generations.

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