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Smoky Mountains Events

Smoky Mountains Events

Find out what's happening around town while visiting the Smokies. There is anything from music, plays and concerts, to arts and craft shows. There are a lot of fun things to see and do for people of all ages. Listed below are highlights of Smoky Mountain events.

Dollywood's Festival of Nations
On-Going Event: 3/16/2019 - 4/14/2019
Dollywood's Festival of Nations displays the most captivating entertainment from around the world during celebration of music, dance, food and art. Shows are free to attend with paid admission. Closed Tues.   Pigeon Forge. 800-365-5996  www.dollywood.com
Pigeon Forge Spring Rod Run
4/11/2019 - 4/13/2019
A spectacular 3 day event for any car enthusiast! $10,00.00 cash giveaway, Top 25 Awards, Ultimate 5 Awards and King of the Hill. Huge swap meet with hundreds of showcars and car corral.  LeConte Event Center, Pigeon Forge. 865-687-3976  www.pigeonforgerodruns.com
Rock the Smokies
4/11/2019 - 4/29/2019
Experience a time of worship unlike any other during Dollywood's Rock the Smokies featuring a number of the genre's biggest acts, including For King & Country and Zach Williams. Free with paid admission.  Pigeon Forge. 800-365-5996  www.dollywood.com
Sheep Shearing Day
4/11/2019 - 4/12/2019
Demonstrations of shearing, carding, spinning, weaving, and other ways that pioneers turned fleece into woven goods. Guests will also enjoy sheep herding, Appalachian music, an animal meet & greet, storytelling, and several historic demonstrations, including soap carving, beekeeping, sawmilling, blacksmithing, pioneer gardening, and dulcimer lessons. With admission. 9am-3pm.  Museum of Appalachia. 865-494-7680  www.museumofappalachia.org

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