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Old 05-26-2009, 02:11 PM   #1
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Is there a Dixie Stampede Seating Chart somewhere?

We are planning to go to Dixie Stampede in July. I don't see a seating chart on their website, have you ever seen one on the web? If so, where? Thanks.
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Old 05-26-2009, 03:31 PM   #2
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North on one side,
the good guys, the south on the other.
When you buy your tickets they will ask you,
north or south.
That is not what you asked but it's the best I can do.
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Old 05-26-2009, 03:39 PM   #3
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The SOUTH is the good side and the most popular, b/c it's God's side. You want to sit in the middle of the South Side (not in the end zones). The closer the better. In thought of the TV Series, Lost, The Others sit on the north side ... and they don't clean the stalls out on the North side ... just slide all the leftovers onto the floor ... it's kinda stinky over on that North side.

Maybe this picture will give you a good idea . . .

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrsdarcy/2033559950/

Beware of all the costs in "small print" (Order Processing Fee: $2.23; Convenience Charge: $3.50; Preferred Seating: $52.85; and Boot Mug: $3.50). All this brings the ticket price to $62.08--the most expensive seat of all the shows in Branson.

Even higher than Peter Pan ($58.50 w/convenience charge), or Righteous Brothers' Bill Medley & Paul Revere and the Raiders ($53.00).

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Old 05-26-2009, 05:12 PM   #4
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HEY! I'm a transplanted "yankee".......my boys are 100% southern, so cute to hear them with that southern accent, those southern phrases.....Me, I have that NY accent....

Oh come on now, can't we all just get along...the North isn't bad When we go we sit on the North side....LOL but I think my boys will start protesting....
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HEY! I'm a transplanted "yankee".......my boys are 100% southern, so cute to hear them with that southern accent, those southern phrases.....Me, I have that NY accent....

Oh come on now, can't we all just get along...the North isn't bad When we go we sit on the North side....LOL but I think my boys will start protesting....
Howdy, call them at (417) 336-3900‎, and let them know that you would like to defect to General Lee's side ... they will gladly oblige; LOL.
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Beware of all the costs in "small print" (Order Processing Fee: $2.23; Convenience Charge: $3.50; Preferred Seating: $52.85; and Boot Mug: $3.50). All this brings the ticket price to $62.08--the most expensive seat of all the shows in Branson.

Even higher than Peter Pan ($58.50 w/convenience charge), or Righteous Brothers' Bill Medley & Paul Revere and the Raiders ($53.00).
Yes, they nickel and dime you to death (and the preferred seating and boot mug are optional -- though I recommend the preferred seating and the not so much the boot mug). However, comparing it to the other shows is apples and oranges since Dixie is a DINNER show and the two you mentioned are not. Personally, I thought the dinner was pretty decent, though if you don't want to eat with your hands, you better bring your own utensils.
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Old 05-26-2009, 11:00 PM   #7
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I have went to Dixie Stampede many a time and have never paid over $60. Usually pushing $50 with the mug. Either way I think it is well worth it. A one of a kind experience!
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Old 05-27-2009, 06:59 AM   #8
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You can avoid the side costs by purchasing your tickets "at" the theater, but you take the chance of them being sold out or not getting the front seats. You can also purchase tickets at many of the various online ticket agencies, but you get vouchers guaranteeing only your seating and not the location of your seating. I prefer the VIP tickets, which are only $5.58 more, but they can only be bought directly with the Stampede.
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We sit on the South side, front row on the curve part of the "U". The ticket prices aren't as high as the front row on the straight part of the "U". We were very pleased with our seat choice. You can see everything without any issues!
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DH and I always sit on the good side SOUTH
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Old 06-08-2009, 06:15 PM   #11
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We just attended Sunday night, June 7. They reserve rows, but not seats. We were in Section F, Row 1. This was the south side, and in the center. To my memory there are only five rows on each side (maybe more). I would recommend sitting where we sat ... and our side (The South) won ... of course there was never any doubt that we would. Our four tickets were $209.46 + $14.00/Boot Mugs + $36 Tip, so the total cost for us was much more than anticipated ... $259.46 ($64.86/person). It's cold, so dress accordingly.

Here's a link to my review of the show. We are glad we went one time, but will not go again. If I had it over to do again, I would go -- one time.

http://www.1branson.com/forum/t47457.html
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