April 19th – 21st Pigeon Forge will host the Rod Run 2018. This show draws crowds and enthusiasts from all over the region. Traffic is always a problem during these types of events so traveling early and leaving late will generally get you around town fairly quick. If your stuck in the traffic at least there are tons of awesome cars to gawk at!
Click Here for more information and entry registration.
Lazy Bear Cabin near Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge will be decorating at the end of November to coincide with Winterfest! Winterfest in Gatlinburg kicked off tonight, November 8th with a Chili Cookoff. The beautiful lights will run 24 hours a day until February 28th 2018.
Lazy Bear Cabin has a week open starting November 12th. Mention this ad and receive a discount on your stay. No Fees!
September 24 thru the 30th Pigeon Forge holds the National Quartet Convention at the LeConte Center near the Island. Considered the largest gospel music’s largest annual event of the year. Many well known gospel artists and groups will be performing.
Check out their facebook page for an idea who will be attending, as well as their website where you can purchase your tickets:
Dollywood’s Harvest Festival begins September 29th and last through October 28th in the Smokies! There are going to be thousands of carved and illuminated jack-o-lanterns to view. This is the largest addition to Dolly’s Fall Festival ever! Pure art! Dolly’s whole fall event is amazing. Check it out here:
On September 3rd, the Old Mill district holds its annual Heritage Day. Local mountain crafts, bingo, pumpkin painting and a farmers market will be there as many other venues. World class bluegrass and line dancing will also be part of the activities. For the kids there is a petting zoo, firetruck and a special arts and crafts tent. Free admission, bring your chairs (Lazy Bears are in the washer/dryer room) and blanket.