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2015 Special Events & Festivals in the Smoky Mountains
Includes Sevier County Events for Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg & Townsend TN

Kid Friendly, Family Fun and Sometimes FREE Things to Do in Gatlinburg!

Our events calendar dates are current as of 10-31-14 as provided by the City of Gatlinburg, City of Pigeon Forge and the City of Sevierville, along with other area event managers.  Please note that event dates, times and locations may change without notice.  If you're planning your vacation dates to coincide with any Smoky Mountains events, please confirm event details with the appropriate city entity.

May 2015 Local Events Calendar

1
30th Annual Dolly’s Homecoming Parade:
  Most anticipated Pigeon Forge parade of the year takes place at 6 p.m. on the Pigeon Forge Parkway with Grand Master Dolly Parton.

1-June 7
Smoky Mountain Springfest & Gatlinburg It’s a Spring Thing!:
  As part of the Great Smoky Mountains Springfest, we encourage you to get outdoors and enjoy Mother Nature as the mountains come to life with beautiful blooms and active wildlife.  There’s nothing like spring in the Smokies!

11-15
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Montgomery Biscuits.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

14
Gatlinburg Beans 'n Cornbread Blast:
  Gatlinburg celebrates it's Appalachian culinary past with a festive Beans n’ Cornbread cook off complete with mountain music, fun and lots of cornbread and beans.  The festival is held downtown from 4-8 p.m. and samplin’ goes til the kettle’s empty.  Presented by Bush Brother's Beans

15-16
Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass:
  The largest event in Sevierville! Tennessee State Championship Barbeque Cook-Off, FREE bluegrass concerts from rising stars and bluegrass legends, kids games, great food and authentic mountain crafts. Admission is FREE. For more information, visit www.BloominBBQ.com or contact the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce at (888) 889-7415.

16-20
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
TN Smokies vs. Jackson Generals.  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

16-October 17
Gatlinburg Farmers Market:
  Shop for healthy choices during the local farmers market just up the road from Carr’s in the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community at the Covered Bridge on Glades Road.  Open every Saturday 8:30 a.m. – Noon through October 17.  A lot of organic produce, homemade treats and gifts all in a friendly, sociable atmosphere with occasional music provided by local performers.  Visit online at www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for vendor and product information.

23
Oak Ridge Boys in Concert:
  Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  Shows at 3 & 8 p.m.  For advance ticket purchase and seating and accessibility information, call (865) 453-2003.  Visit FirstClassConcerts.com for a full schedule of 2015 celebrity concerts in Pigeon Forge.

27-31
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Mobile Bay Bears.  On Wednesday, come hungry for a one price, All-You-Can-Eat feast!  Fans will be able to eat all the hot dogs, corn dogs, nachos, French fries and Pepsi products they can handle.  Friday night fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

June 2015 Festivals & Special Events

1-7
Smoky Mountain Springfest & Gatlinburg It’s a Spring Thing!:
As part of the Great Smoky Mountains Springfest, we encourage you to get outdoors and enjoy Mother Nature as the mountains come to life with beautiful blooms and active wildlife.  There’s nothing like spring in the Smokies!

2-9
Synchronous Fireflies:
  The Great Smoky Mountains hosts the annual synchronous fireflies light show.  Advance ticket purchases required for viewing in Elkmont.  Make your plans early to see this once a year show!  Visit www.nps.gov/grsm/learn/nature/fireflies.htm to learn more.

4-5
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Chattanooga Lookouts.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

6
National Trails Day:
  Pack a picnic and hit the trails!  It’s National Trails Day and an opportunity to discover hiking, biking, paddling, horseback riding, trail running and bird watching in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

6, 13, 20, 27
Gatlinburg Farmers Market:
Shop for healthy choices during the local farmers market just up the road from Carr’s in the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community at the Covered Bridge on Glades Road.  Open every Saturday 8:30 a.m. - Noon through October 17.  A lot of organic produce, homemade treats and gifts all in a friendly, sociable atmosphere with occasional music provided by local performers.  Visit online at www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for vendor and product information.

6-10
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
TN Smokies vs. Birmingham Barons.  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

12
Chubby Checker in Concert:  Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  8 p.m. show.  For advance ticket purchase and seating and accessibility information, call (865) 453-2003.  Visit FirstClassConcerts.com for a full schedule of 2015 celebrity concerts in Pigeon Forge.

13-August 2
Dollywood’s Great American Summer Celebration:
  It's another year for an exciting summer festival at Dollywood that celebrates American families, food and love of fun!  The park will be open everyday from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. so that you and your family can make the most of summertime in the Smokies!  Enjoy Dolly’s Nights of Many Colors fireworks show every night at 9:30 p.m.

13-August 15
Free Parkway Trolley:
  Now through August 15, hop on specially marked trolleys for a free ride in Gatlinburg!  From 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily, you can get on and off the special trolley between traffic lights #1-#10 as often as you’d like.

17-21
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
TN Smokies vs. Mississippi Braves.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

21
Happy Father’s Day!

July 2015 Things to Do Indoors and Out

1- August 2
Dollywood’s Great American Summer Celebration:
  It's another year for an exciting summer festival at Dollywood that celebrates American families, food and love of fun!  The park will be open everyday from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. so that you and your family can make the most of summertime in the Smokies!  Enjoy Dolly’s Nights of Many Colors fireworks show every night at 9:30 p.m.

1-August 15
Free Parkway Trolley:
  Now through August 15, hop on specially marked trolleys for a free ride in Gatlinburg!  From 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily, you can get on and off the special trolley between traffic lights #1-#10 as often as you’d like.

1-3
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Montgomery Biscuits.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

3
4th of July Midnight Parade:
  This 40th annual showcase salutes the valiant men and women of our military services in the “First July Fourth Parade in the Nation!” Parade starts at the stroke of midnight to begin Independence Day.  Floats, balloons, and marching bands pay tribute to our country during this Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event.

Shenandoah with Marty Raybon in Concert:  Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  8 p.m. show.  Advance ticket purchases at firstclassconcerts.com .  Call (865) 453-2003 for information regarding seating and accessibility.

4
River Raft Regatta:
Enjoy a fun, unmanned, floatable object race for the whole family. Free registration begins at 10 a.m. at bridge beneath chair lift on River Road. Race begins at noon at Christ of the Smokies bridge and ends at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies bridge where prizes will be awarded in several different categories.  (800) 568-4748

4th of July Fireworks Show:  Join the celebration in downtown Gatlinburg to mark our nation’s “Independence Day” with a magnificent fireworks show. The City of Gatlinburg lights up the mountain skyline downtown at 10 p.m. with this grand display. Designated a Top 20 event by Southeast Tourism Society.

4, 11, 18, 25
Gatlinburg Farmers Market:
Shop for healthy choices during the local farmers market just up the road from Carr’s in the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community at the Covered Bridge on Glades Road.  Open every Saturday 8:30 a.m. - Noon through October 17.  A lot of organic produce, homemade treats and gifts all in a friendly, sociable atmosphere with occasional music provided by local performers.  Visit online at www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for vendor and product information.

9-13
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Biloxi Shuckers.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

17-26
Gatlinburg Craftsmen’s Fair:
  The Gatlinburg Convention Center welcomes artisans and craftsmen from across the country to demonstrate their skills and sell their creations at this summer craft show.  Shop to your heart’s content and enjoy live Country & Bluegrass entertainment. Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

20-21
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Birmingham Barons.  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

24
Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan “The Grits & Glamour Tour”:
  Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  8 p.m. show.  For advance ticket purchase and seating and accessibility information, call (865) 453-2003.  Visit FirstClassConcerts.com for a full schedule of 2015 celebrity concerts in Pigeon Forge.

24-26
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Chattanooga Lookouts.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

August 2015 Outdoor Activities and Indoor Fun

1-2
Dollywood’s Great American Summer Celebration:
  It's another year for an exciting summer festival at Dollywood that celebrates American families, food and love of fun!  The park will be open everyday from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. so that you and your family can make the most of summertime in the Smokies!  Enjoy Dolly’s Nights of Many Colors fireworks show every night at 9:30 p.m.

1-15
Free Parkway Trolley:
  Hop on specially marked trolleys for a free ride in Gatlinburg!  From 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily, you can get on and off the special trolley between traffic lights #1-#10 as often as you’d like.

1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Gatlinburg Farmers Market:
  Shop for healthy choices during the local farmers market just up the road from Carr’s in the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community at the Covered Bridge on Glades Road.  Open every Saturday 8:30 a.m. - Noon through October 17.  A lot of organic produce, homemade treats and gifts all in a friendly, sociable atmosphere with occasional music provided by local performers.  Visit online at www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for vendor and product information.

2-6
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Birmingham Barons.  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

7-9
Tennessee Sales Tax Holiday:
Sevier County TN is the place to be for big savings and no sales tax on back-to-school shopping.  Shop for school supplies, clothing and electronics tax free at Tanger Outlet Mall in Sevierville or Pigeon River Crossing in Pigeon Forge.

7-11
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Jackson Generals.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

18-22
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Montgomery Biscuits.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300.

19-23
Smoky Mountains Songwriters Festival:
  Celebrating the area’s Appalachian musical roots, Gatlinburg hosts the 3rd Smoky Mountains Songwriters Festival.  Live entertainment and a whole lotta fun take place over five days at venues throughout Gatlinburg including Sugarlands Shine Back Porch Stage and Ole Smoky Moonshine Holler.  Visit www.smswf.com for a complete schedule of event times and locations.

28-September 1
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Jackson Generals.  Friday Night Fireworks!  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300

September 2015 Special Events and Festivals

1
Tennessee Smokies Baseball:
  TN Smokies vs. Jackson Generals.  For most current game information and special events, visit SmokiesBaseball.com or call (865) 286-2300

5
Dollywood’s Rock the Smokies Christian Music Festival:
  It will be a rocking celebration of worship at Dollywood's Celebrity Theater beginning at 4 p.m. and featuring a full lineup of artists that includes "Third Day," "For King & Country," and "Love & The Outcome."  Visit rockthesmokies.com for additional artists, information and festival tickets.  **Admission to Rock the Smokies requires a separate festival ticket purchase online at rockthesmokies.com**

5, 12, 19, 26
Gatlinburg Farmers Market:
  Shop for healthy choices during the local farmers market just up the road from Carr’s in the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community at the Covered Bridge on Glades Road.  Open every Saturday 8:30 a.m. - Noon through October 17.  A lot of organic produce, homemade treats and gifts all in a friendly, sociable atmosphere with occasional music provided by local performers.  Visit online at www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for vendor and product information.

7
Happy Labor Day!
  We hope you’ll enjoy the wondrous Great Smoky Mountains National Park with a short hike and a picnic to celebrate.

11-October 31
Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival:
  A countywide celebration of harvest season features festivals, special events and autumn-themed displays.

17
18th Annual Taste of Autumn:
  Sample signature dishes from the area’s finest restaurants and other vendors from 5-8 p.m. Enjoy live entertainment with a cash bar. Proceeds benefit United Way of Sevier County. Doors of the Gatlinburg Convention Center open at 5 p.m.  (800) 568-4748 ($)

25
Mickey Gilley & Ronnie McDowell in Concert:
  Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  8 p.m. show.  For advance ticket purchase and seating and accessibility information, call (865) 453-2003.  Visit FirstClassConcerts.com for a full schedule of 2015 celebrity concerts in Pigeon Forge.

25-November 2
Oktoberfest:
This Ober Gatlinburg festival features Bavarian-style food, bier garten, music and live entertainment through early November, with daily shows and multiple shows each Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (865) 436-5423

26
9th Annual Children’s Whoadeo:
  Take the kids to Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede for a free, fun-filled day of stickhorse races, a kid’s carnival, parade of horses and yummy hot dogs provided by Food City Kid’s Club and Dixie Stampede.  Event takes place 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

26-27
Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament:
  The 16th Annual Fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament is open to adults or children – and equally challenging for both visitors and locals. All Gatlinburg and state fishing regulations will be observed. For information, visit www.rockytopoutfitter.com or call (865) 661-3474.

27-October 3
58th Annual National Quartet Convention:
  This 2015 convention will bring more than 40,000 gospel music fans to the Pigeon Forge LeConte Event Center.  Visit nqconline.com for day and evening performance locations (LeConte Center, Music Road Convention Center, The Island) and times and plan to enjoy the sounds of Christian music’s largest annual event.

October 2015 Special Events and Activites

1-3
58th Annual National Quartet Convention:
  This 2015 convention will bring more than 40,000 gospel music fans to the Pigeon Forge LeConte Event Center.  Visit nqconline.com for day and evening performance locations (LeConte Center, Music Road Convention Center, The Island) and times and plan to enjoy the sounds of Christian music’s largest annual event.

1-31
Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival:
  A countywide celebration of harvest season features festivals, special events and autumn-themed displays.

1-November 2
Oktoberfest:
  This Ober Gatlinburg festival features Bavarian-style food, bier garten, music and live entertainment through early November, with daily shows and multiple shows each Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (865) 436-5423

2-4, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 30-31
Ripley’s Fright Nights:
  Ripley’s Haunted Adventure celebrates its 17th annual Fright Nights with a special “Experiment in Terror” show each weekend in October, with no extra charge every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening plus Halloween night. (865) 430-9991.

2-31
Dollywood Southern Gospel & Fall Harvest Festival:
  Four full weeks of gospel entertainment to lift your spirits.  Concerts are free with your Dollywood admission.  Fill your tummy with the tastes of fall and get a head start on your Christmas shopping with authentic mountain crafts.

3
Ray Stevens in Concert:
  Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  Shows at 3 & 8 p.m.  For advance ticket purchase and seating and accessibility information, call (865) 453-2003.  Visit FirstClassConcerts.com for a full schedule of 2015 celebrity concerts in Pigeon Forge.

3, 10, 17
Gatlinburg Farmers Market:
  Shop for healthy choices during the local farmers market just up the road from Carr’s in the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community at the Covered Bridge on Glades Road.  Open every Saturday 8:30 a.m. - Noon through October 17.  A lot of organic produce, homemade treats and gifts all in a friendly, sociable atmosphere with occasional music provided by local performers.  Visit online at www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for vendor and product information.

16-17
Don Williams in Concert:
  Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  8 p.m. show.  For advance ticket purchase and seating and accessibility information, call (865) 453-2003.  Visit FirstClassConcerts.com for a full schedule of 2015 celebrity concerts in Pigeon Forge.

8-25
Gatlinburg Craftsmen’s Fair:
  The Gatlinburg Convention Center welcomes artisans and craftsmen from across the country to demonstrate their skills and sell their creations at this fall craft show.  Shop to your heart’s content and enjoy live Country & Bluegrass entertainment. Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

31
Trick Or Treat Kickoff Carnival:
  Local businesses offer contests, costumed characters, inflatables and candy on Halloween at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies Plaza. Proceeds benefit the United Way of Sevier County.  Carnival begins at approximately 1 p.m. with downtown trick-or-treat after 6 p.m.

November 2015 Holidays and Events

1-2
Oktoberfest:
  This Ober Gatlinburg festival features Bavarian-style food, bier garten, music and live entertainment through early November, with daily shows and multiple shows each Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (865) 436-5423

6
Gene Watson & Jeannie Seely in Concert:
  Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  8 p.m. show.  For advance ticket purchase and seating and accessibility information, call (865) 453-2003.  Visit FirstClassConcerts.com for a full schedule of 2015 celebrity concerts in Pigeon Forge.

7-January 3, 2016
Dollywood's Smoky Mountain Christmas:
  A Christmas Festival like no other!  Christmas lights, the sounds of the season and park parade create a winter wonderland not to be missed.  Head to Pigeon Forge for traditional Christmas shows, a nightly Parade of Lights, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, a Carol of Trees and more to fill you with holiday spirit and celebrate the reason for the season. 

10
Chimney Tops & Elkmont Classic Hike of the Smokies:
  Friends of the Smokies guided hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, East Tennessee.  Led by author and hiking expert Danny Bernstein, this full-day hike will feature the Trails Forever project, views and history, and highlight the Trails Forever Program.  The moderate hike is 4 miles with a 1,300 ft. ascent.  To support the Smokies Trails Forever program, a donation of $10 for members and $35 for non-members is requested. Non-members receive a complimentary 1-year membership to Friends of the Smokies on their first hike and members who bring a friend may hike for free.  Contact Anna Lee Zanetti at AnnaLee@FriendsOfTheSmokies.org or call (828) 452-0720 to register.  View or download the 2015 Classic Hikes of the Smokies schedule.

11
Veterans Day Celebration:
  Join the City of Gatlinburg in saluting the men and women of America who have served in our Armed Forces in this special ceremony on Ripley’s Aquarium Plaza. This 11th annual program begins at 11 a.m. and includes stirring musical tributes, ceremonial words and recognition of Veterans in attendance. This event is designated an official Regional Site for the Observance of Veterans Day by the Veterans Day National Committee, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.  (800) 568-4748

Gatlinburg Winter Magic Kickoff and Chili Cookoff:  The City of Gatlinburg kicks off Gatlinburg Winter Magic from 5 to 8 p.m. on the downtown Parkway with live entertainment and over three million lights. Purchase a spoon to sample chili recipes from local restaurants and businesses and vote for your favorite.  (800) 568-4748

11-February 28, 2016
Gatlinburg Winter Magic:
  The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with dozens of spectacular light displays, featuring all LED bulbs.

11-December 30
Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights:
  Enjoy a guided trolley tour of Gatlinburg Winter Magic lighting displays. Departure is from the Ripley’s Aquarium Trolley Station. Trolley leaves at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.  Group reservations are available. Visit www.gatlinburg.com/events  to book your seats in advance.

24-December 6
Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community Thanksgiving and Holiday Craft Show:
  Unique handcrafted gifts made by members of Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community are offered as they host their annual show at the Gatlinburg Convention Center.  Visit www.gatlinburgcrafts.com to see some of the local arts you just might find at the show!

24-28
Gatlinburg’s Festival of Trees:
  Dozens upon dozens of ornately decorated Christmas trees await visitors in this winter wonderland at Gatlinburg Convention Center’s W.L. Mills Conference Center. Event benefits Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministries as your admission is by donation.

26
Happy Thanksgiving!
We hope you and yours have a blessed day filled with lots of love.

27-28
The Nutcracker “Sweet”:
  Presented by the Smoky Mountain Dance Theater Company, enjoy this holiday classic presented in Gatlinburg, with performances at 7 p.m. in the W.L. Mills Auditorium.  Call (865) 680- 7369 for ticket information.

December 2015 Events and Christmas Celebrations

1-6
Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community Holiday Craft Show:
  Unique handcrafted gifts made by members of Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community are offered as they host their annual Christmas show at the Gatlinburg Convention Center.  Visit www.gatlinburgcrafts.com to see some of the local arts you just might find at the show!

1-30
Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights:
  Enjoy a guided trolley tour of Gatlinburg Winter Magic lighting displays. Departure is from the Ripley’s Aquarium Trolley Station. Trolley leaves at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.  Group reservations are available. Visit www.gatlinburg.com/events  to book your seats in advance.

1-January 3, 2016
Dollywood's Smoky Mountain Christmas:
A Christmas Festival like no other!  Christmas lights, the sounds of the season and park parade create a winter wonderland not to be missed.  Head to Pigeon Forge for traditional Christmas shows, a nightly Parade of Lights, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, a Carol of Trees and more to fill you with holiday spirit and celebrate the reason for the season. 

1-February 28, 2016
Gatlinburg Winter Magic:
  The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with dozens of spectacular light displays, featuring all LED bulbs.

4
Gatlinburg’s 40th Annual Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade:
  You haven’t seen a parade until you’ve been in downtown Gatlinburg for the Fantasy of Lights parade!  This Christmas parade features local businesses on lighted floats, marching bands, horses, balloons and Santa. Parade begins at 7:30 p.m. at light #3 and travels to light #10.

5
Ronnie Milsap “The Farewell Tour”:
Presented by First Class Concerts and held at Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge.  8 p.m. show.  For advance ticket purchase and seating and accessibility information, call (865) 453-2003.  Visit FirstClassConcerts.com for a full schedule of 2015 celebrity concerts in Pigeon Forge.

25
Merry Christmas!

31
New Year’s Eve Fireworks Show & Ball Drop on Historic:
  Traffic light #8 near the Gatlinburg Space Needle is where you’ll want to be celebrating New Year’s Eve.  Free party favors and entertainment fill the night until the stroke of midnight when the ball drops and the fireworks start.

Our events calendar dates are current as of 10-31-14 as provided by the City of Gatlinburg, City of Pigeon Forge and the City of Sevierville, along with other area event managers.  Please note that event dates, times and locations may change without notice.  If you're planning your vacation dates to coincide with any Smoky Mountains events, please confirm event details with the appropriate city entity.

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