Pine Knob Theatre

Pine Knob Theatre


Pine Knob Theatre Inc.
2250 Pine Knob Rd.
Caneyville, KY 42721
United States

An outdoor live 500 seat theatre in the scenic rural community of Pine Knob. They do five different productions. “Dock Brown-Legend of an Outlaw”, “Down In Hoodoo Holler”, “At The Hop 50s-60s Musical”, “LARD”, “Daddy Took The T-Bird Away” from June to September.

The fun outdoor theatre offering weekend summer fun with four different productions each summer June through September.

(270) 991-8191

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