Welcome to the Big Show
There’s a big new show in Pigeon Forge called “Silver Bow.” Tara Swift, one of the sharpest crossbow shooters in the Smoky Mountains, will be perfoming death-defying feats at the Silver Bow Theater (formerly known as Memories Theater). Watch as Tara launches her arrows and hits her targets while blindfolded, guided only by the sounds of little ringing silver bells.
This must-see variety show is filled with comedy, daring escapes, lively music, powerful singing and a five-piece band. Hear some of the country’s top musicians and singers as they captivate audiences with music from popular movies, power ballads, country, classic pop and Elvis songs.
Tara uses Guy Windsor, a comedic actor known on-stage as “Lucky,” and select audience members to assist as she shoots at different inanimate objects.
The “Silver Bow” show also features a tribute to Elvis, by Elvis impersonator and lead male vocalist, Michael Chambliss. Other cast members include lead female singer Kelsie Chandler, nominated as Georgia Country Artist of the Year; Regan Mae Farney, violinist from St. Louis, Mo. who astonishes audiences with a different kind of bow in the show; and Bailey Miles, singer.
How much are tickets to see “Silver Bow”?
Tickets to “Silver Bow” are on sale now for $34.95 each. Children 11 and under are free.
Group rates are available for groups of 15 or more.
“Silver Bow” Show Schedule
Monday through Saturday: 8pm
“Silver Bow” Christmas Show Schedule
Begins: November 29th
Ends: December 31st
There will be occasional Sunday shows on holiday weekends at 8pm.