Red Skelton Tribute Theater
The shows offered at the Red Skelton Tribute Theater are long-running crowd pleasers. Brian Hoffman's Remembering Red—A Tribute to Red Skelton previous ran in Las Vegas, and the Patty Waszak Show is the longest-running show in Pigeon Forge. To attend a family-friendly show, pre-book admission to secure tickets and pick the best seats.
Things to Know Before You Go
Shows are staged at multiple times per day.
Kids enjoy discounted admission to the Red Skelton Tribute Theater.
The Red Skelton Tribute Theater offers wheelchair seating.
The theater offers free on-site parking.
How to Get There
The most convenient way to get to the Red Skelton Tribute Theater is to drive. Take the Parkway (US-441) to East Wears Valley Road, and turn left when you see the Shops of Pigeon Forge sign; the theater will be straight ahead.
When to Get There
The theater is open Monday through Saturday. The Patty Waszak Show is typically staged twice a week in the evening; Brian Hoffman's Tribute To Red Skelton is staged in the afternoon, Monday through Thursday, and on select Fridays. Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes early to park your car and find your seats.
Enjoy a Day Family Fun at Dollywood
Pigeon Forge’s most famous attraction is Dollywood, a Dolly Parton-themed park (and water park) in the picturesque Smoky Mountains that is known for its family-friendly rides, shows, and seasonal events. Make a weekend of it, and book rooms at the nearby Dollywood DreamMore Resort so that you have plenty of time for all the water slides, roller coasters, concerts, and other entertainments the park offers.