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Key Info

2775 Parkway

Price & Hours

$34.99 for adults; $12.99 for kids 3-9
Shows daily at 5 and 8:15 p.m.


Entertainment and Nightlife Type
1 to 2 hours Time to Spend


  • 4.0Value
  • 4.5Facilities
  • 5.0Atmosphere

The Comedy Barn Theater features an entertaining variety show that packs lots of laughs into every performance. Patrons can expect everything from magicians and jugglers to comedians and ventriloquists on stage during the show. Musicians and singers entertain audiences with a mix of country, bluegrass and gospel tunes, and even barnyard animals join their human handlers for on-stage performances.

"Hysterical," "awesome" and "can't-miss" are just a few ways recent visitors described The Comedy Barn Theater show. Many appreciated the family-friendly content and environment. A few warned, though, that the snacks at the concessions stands are a little pricey.

The Comedy Barn Theater is located in the heart of Pigeon Forge, near The Island. Comedy shows are held daily at 5 and 8:15 p.m., and typically run about two hours (including a 15-minute intermission). Tickets cost $34.99 for adults and $12.99 for kids ages 3 to 9. Group rates are available but you must contact the Comedy Barn for more information. Visit the Comedy Barn website for additional details about the show, to buy tickets and more.

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