Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Hosts 2 Special NQC Shows
PIGEON FORGE, TN – The NQC – National Quartet Convention, Gospel music’s largest annual event, will debut in the Smoky Mountains this fall. Being the home of Dolly Parton, whose roots are in Gospel and country music, the National Quartet has been warmly welcomed into her Dixie Stampede.
On Wednesday, September 24, 2014 and Thursday, September 25, 2014, Dixie Stampede will host shows exclusively for NQC – National Quartet Convention attendees. Beginning at 3:00 p.m. on those dates, performers from the convention will play in the 35,000-square foot arena followed by the Dixie Stampede main show and a four-course feast. NQC – National Quartet Convention performers include Soul’d Out Quartet and Tribute Quartet. The shows on September 24 and 25 will conclude at 5:00 p.m. to give guests plenty of time to return to the LeConte Center for the night’s performances.
Dixie Stampede is also offering a special rate for these performances, which is available only to NQC – National Quartet Convention attendees. You can make reservations by calling the Dixie Stampede box office at (800) 356-1676.
Dixie Stampede thunders into the 2014 season with all-new special effects, highlighted with a rousing new overture and video projections which fill the arena with stampeding horses so lifelike the thundering hooves rattle the tables.
During our patriotic finale set to Color Me America!, written and performed by Dolly Parton, the entire arena floor is filled with the image of an American flag blowing in the breeze as a dozen horses and riders proudly present our nation’s colors.