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The Patty Waszak Show is the longest running variety show in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee as it is now in its 16th season. The Patty Waszak Show began as a morning show and has been so successful that the show is now also available in the evening at...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
167 E Wears Valley Rd, Suite 17, Red Skelton Tribute Theater, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863-3255
Only a 2 person show, but enjoyed how talented both of them were. Many old time songs. Small theatre and very friendly people. If you buy tickets for her show and to the Tribute to Red Skelton you get a cheaper price.
So talented singer, musician, comedian, playing many instruments. Fun audience participation. Small intimate venue. Might need your GPS as the theater is in a shopping center off the main parkway. Totally worth it!
After we found the Rocky Top Theater, it's in an off the beaten path shopping center, we were treated by Patty herself. What a hoot. She was awesome, reminded me of the artists of long time ago when they had talent. She played instruments, she...More
Patty and her husband who sings as well is an enjoyment to see. Takes you back to 50's and 60's time frame. Along with so.e other decades mixed in as well. Trivia and her ability to play different instruments is over the top. Her voice...More
Bill and I thoroughly enjoyed Patty's show. She is a very talented musical artist. She can play about 30 instruments, and played many during the performance. She frequently interacted with the audience, creating a bond with the people. She and her husband, J.C. Gent, sang...More
Patty and her cohort JC give you a walk down memory lane. She plays a variety of musical instruments and gets the crowd involved. Her music is 50's and 60's rock and roll to gospel with a lot in between.
She will keep you hopping...More
Patty shares a small (70 seat ) theater with an equally great Red Skelton tribute show. She is very talented singing and playing many instruments. She covered the 50's and 60's genre,with humour and trivia thrown in. We had a small crowd,yet woman were dancing...More