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American Jukebox Theater

While staying in one of our cabins in Pigeon Forge, you need to visit the American Jukebox Theater. American Jukebox Theater is the new name for the Classic Country Theater. This opry style 1200 seat theater show features country hits from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s as well as 50’s rock and roll songs. It offers two great shows: Back to the 50’s Rock and Roll and Country’s Greatest Hits. You can come and sing along with the hits that comes alive in this theater. The Back to the 50’s Rock and Roll show at the American Jukebox features your favorite 50’s music for two hours. A few 50’s songs featured in this show include Blue Suede Shoes, That’ll Be the Day, One Fine Day, Wake Up Little Suzie and Great Balls OF Fire. It also features Pretty Women, Blue Moon, Jailhouse Rock, Under the Boardwalk, Good Golly Miss Molly and many more. It will leave you breathless with an enlarged cast and crew of tunes, excitement and atomic energy as they blast the hits from the past. The Country Greatest Hits show at the American Jukebox Theater features old, classic and new country hits. It features songs such as All My Ex’s Live in Texas, Hello Darling, Don’t Rock the Jukebox, Crazy, Amazed, Breathe, and many more. This show is presented with hand clapping, toe tapping and smiling pride by some of the Smokey Mountains most talented entertainers, musicians and vocalists. Theater show times are at 7:30 nightly Monday thru Saturday for the Back to the 50’s Rock-N-Roll and 2:15 matinee Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for the Country Greatest Hits show. Ticket prices are as follows: adults $27.42, children 13-17 $11.66, ages 6-12 $6.28 and children 5 and under are free. This theater is located just minutes from many Pigeon forge cabins. It is also near attractions in Pigeon Forge including Dollywood theme park, Great Smoky Mountain National Park and numerous restaurants.