Theater for Christmas music

 Christmas with Smoky Mountain Opry

A wonderful Christmas celebration await you at the Smoky Mountain Opry in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The spirit of Christmas is evident from the Christmas trees that adorn the theater and giant, lighted tree that graces the front lawn.

Music, dancing and special effects in the SmokiesThe Opry Christmas show is a dazzling and spectacular multi-million dollar production involving dozens of singers, dancers, musicians, lavish sets and incredible special effects. The show includes traditional Christmas music sung by talented singers backed-up by the area’s biggest and most professional orchestra. In addition to the beautiful music you will see flying sugar plum fairies, dancing elves, enchanted reindeer and Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus n their gorgeous red sleigh!

Live Nativity and flying angelsSmoky Mountain Opry has not forgotten the true meaning of Christmas as they present the area’s largest living nativity, with live animals and angels that soar throughout the theater and they rejoice at the birth of the baby Jesus. You will be filled with the true spirit of the season as you watch shepherds, Wise men and angels witness the world-changing event of the birth of Christ.

The Christmas show also features ice skaters on stage, amazing and agile acrobats, funny and talented jugglers, toys that come to life and the best holiday music this side of the North Pole. If you love the music, decorations and magic of the holiday season, then don’t miss Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry.

Juggling and laughter in Pigeon ForgeGive yourself a Christmas gift by going to the show and by winning tickets to the Smoky Mountain Opry. Go to and “Like” the Opry contest Picture to win tickets to the Smoky Mountain Opry. And to make sure that the trip is your best Kids love it when the toys come to lifeSmoky Mountain experience ever, go to for coupons, information, maps and more on live shows, attractions,

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2017-07-13T14:09:42+00:00 November 3rd, 2015|Smoky Mountains Information|

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