Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Smoky Mountain Opry Theater

Pigeon Forge, Tenn. (Dec. 4, 2018)– Singing Sensation Season 12 winner of “The Voice,” Chris Blue, will headline the New Year’s Eve celebration at the Smoky Mountain Opry™theater in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. The Smoky Mountain Opry will hold its sixth annual New Year’s Eve celebration on Sunday, Dec. 31, 2018, at 9 p.m. This one of a kind celebration includes the award-winning variety show “Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry.” After the show guests can watch the ball drop from NYC Times Square, dance to a live band, and have snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.

The 2018 New Year’s Eve party at the Smoky Mountain Opry theater features singers, dancers, musicians, aerialists, and a comedic juggler.  The show has many special effects including laser lights, pyrotechnics and a live show band. The celebration will feature big screens inside the theater broadcasting the live feed ball drop from NYC Times Square. Also, the party will include the area’s biggest midnight balloon drop and an after party in the theater.  After the ball drop there will be a chance for guests to meet and greet the cast of the “Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry” show including Chris Blue and dance to the live show band on the Smoky Mountain Opry stage.

“Bring the whole family to our sixth annual family-friendly New Year’s Eve Show and party in our nice warm theater,” said David Fee, president and chief executive officer of Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment Group. “Our award-winning variety show was mentioned in Southern Living magazine as a ‘Don’t Miss Variety Show’ in Pigeon Forge, and we don’t want you to miss it!”

“Our dynamic Christmas show has everything from the area’s largest live Nativity to Santa and his dancing elves, costumed characters such as a life-sized snowman, amazing aerialists, live holiday music galore with fantastic singers, dancers and musicians, and meticulously choreographed numbers including the march of the soldiers,” Fee said.  “We will have lots of live animals, including real camels on their way to see baby Jesus in Bethlehem, horses, donkeys and lots of special effects such as flying angels, snow falling softly inside the theater and a wild laser light show.  We will have a midnight countdown with hats, horns, confetti and streamers.  Our New Year’s Eve show is popular and filling up fast.”

“We will provide an evening filled with song, dance and laughter,” Fee said.  “We want this to be a place where families start New Year’s Eve traditions and memories.  We will let the whole family come up on stage after the ball drop and dance to party music with our live band and singers.”

The News Year’s Eve ticket price is $56.95 plus tax per person (premium seats are $66.95 plus tax).Children ages 3 to 11 are $26.95 plus tax.  The theater is located at traffic light 0 at 2046 Parkway in Pigeon Forge.  For more information call the theater’s box office (865) 428-7469 or 1-800-768-1170 or visit http://www.SmokyMtnOpry.com.