Dollywood today announced two additions for the 2017 season: a 200-foot drop tower and a junior coaster to accompany its long-time favorite Thunderbird.
Drop Line will tower 200 feet over Timber Canyon's pool, allowing impressive views of the Smoky Mountains' theme park before sending those riders plummeting 20 stories. The junior coaster, Whistle Punk Chaser, "throws exciting twists and turns at Dollywood’s younger loggers," according to the park's press release.
The Pigeon Forge, Tenn. park also is adding two new shows for 2017. America's Got Talent alumni enra, a Tokyo-based dance company, will present a show that includes interactive video and light displays. And "GREAT! Pumpkin LumiNights" joins the Harvest Festival lineup next fall.
"We've created a number of impressive displays that will light up the night and allow us to add some new experiences for families to enjoy the fun of fall in a uniquely Dollywood way," Vice-President and General Manager Gene Scherrer said in a statement.
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