I have been a fan of the Pork Chop Revue for years. I first saw them years ago when they were making daily appearances at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville. They're about to embark on a similar stint in southern Indiana. You know how country and pop stars will perform residencies in Las Vegas? Well, the Pork Chop Revue is about to start a summer residency at Wilstem Ranch near French Lick, Indiana. Big Splash Adventure and Wilstem have teamed up to bring the hysterical and adorable show to the area.

If you haven't had the chance to see the Pork Chop Revue in person, there is a chance you've seen them on national television. They were on the 2020 season of NBC's hit show America's Got Talent.

Pork Chop Revue is billed as "an unforgettable family show filled with comedy and an entertaining cast of lovable performing pigs and hogs." I can attest to this. I've seen the show multiple times and I will always take time out to catch the revue if I get a chance.

You're going to get the chance this summer at Wilstem. Wilstem Wildlife Park is located between Paoli and French Lick, Indiana.

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Starting Monday, June 5th, the Pork Chop Revue will be available for daily shows through July 16th.

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PORK CHOP REVUE SHOWTIMES

11am & 3pm- Sundays through Fridays

11am, 1pm and 3pm- Saturdays

By the way, Pork Chop Revue will be included with any ticket purchase and is no additional cost!

And, if you want a sneak peek at just how funny these little (and large) piggies are, here's some video from their quarterfinal appearance on AGT!

As you can see, the show's performed in a barnyard atmosphere and the pigs perform "amazing stunts and laughable antics." And, of course, the highlight of each performance is Oink the Singing Pig! I am proud to say I've heard Oink sing about a half dozen times.

If you'd like more information about Wilstem or you want to book your tickets, CLICK HERE!

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