Come join the fun for the Halloween spooktacular! Decorate your site or cabin to get in the spirit of Halloween. Dress up in your spookiest or most whimsical costume for the costume contest. Go trick or treating on the campground. Make Halloween crafts you'll cherish. Hayrides, pumpkin carving and more fun for the entire family to enjoy.
October 25 - 27
November 1 - 3
Summertime at Dollywood is back and better than ever! With extended park hours from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. starting June 22nd and running through August 4th, families will have an opportunity to enjoy everything the park has to offer. Award-winning attractions like Wild Eagle and Lightning Rod will be available to experience well into the night along with some new additions for 2018!From July 7- July 21, DRUMLine Live! creates a synchronized musical masterpiece based on the hit 2002 movie Drumline—but it's not the typical halftime performance! To complete the day, the park's festive nightly fireworks show is a colorful extravaganza set to uplifting music which celebrates the fun of Dollywood after dark!
We say thank you to America's military and first responders. Throughout August, participating businesses in Pigeon Forge offer discounts to active and veteran military personnel, police, firefighters, paramedics and other first responders. Simply present a valid ID at the Pigeon Forge Welcome Center (traffic light #0) to receive the Celebrate Freedom!™ benefits.
One of the highlights of our month-long Celebrate Freedom! activities is the Veterans Homecoming Parade. This year's tribute to America's military veterans begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18.Pigeon Forge will honor U.S. military veterans with its 4th Annual Veterans Homecoming Parade. Tennessee Department of Veterans Services Commissioner, Many-Bears Grinder, will serve as grand marshal of the parade. The parade will be led by the Veterans Military Honor Guard of Pigeon Forge.The parade will start at Methodist Street between Food City and the Methodist Church, and will travel northbound on the Parkway to Traffic Light #5.
The Annual Great Smoky Mountain Jeep Invasion will be held at the LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge, TN once again. The main show will be inside the Main Hall of the LeConte Center, filled completely with vendors. There will also be a Jeep Show held in the parking lot outside the main show. There will be something for everyone to enjoy!
oll on into Dollywood's Splash Country for the 36th annual Shades of the Past Hot Rod Roundup. This roundup will be one for the ages with over 2,300 hot rods expected to compete for the grand prizes consisting of a 1932 Ford Hi-Boy Roadster and a $10,000 cash prize.Spectators fee is only $10 a day with children under 12 allowed free admittance.Roam the grounds and take a look at all of the hot rods or find a deal at the giant swap meet. Vendors will also be set up throughout the event.
A spectacular 3-day event for any car enthusiast! $8000.00 cash giveaway, Top 25 Awards, Ultimate 5 Awards and King of the Hill. Huge swap meet with hundreds of show cars and car corral.Join the many automotive enthusiasts and come on out to the Pigeon Forge Rod Run, the area's largest automotive event! The Rod Show will be returning to its original location at The LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge. Don't miss this incredible car show! For registration and show information contact MCS Promotions at (865) 687-3976.
Dollywood's Harvest Festival features the Southern Gospel Jubilee and Great Pumpkin LumiNights presented by Humana!One of the most beautiful times of the year is autumn in the Great Smoky Mountains. With a colorful patchwork of orange, red, yellow and gold painted throughout the hills and valleys of East Tennessee, fall provides the perfect backdrop for festive family fun at
This is a fun-filled day for the whole family featuring arts & crafts, pumpkin painting, bingo and much more. Adults can enjoy moonshine making, farmer's market, sorgum making demo and featured antiques. In addition, families can enjoy music & entertainment featuring world-class Bluegrass, traditional folk songs, cloggers and twirlers. Kids can enjoy the petting zoo, fire trucks, music and special arts and crafts tent.
Visitors to Pigeon Forge have the opportunity to see and purchase handmade items from some of the area's most talented artists and crafters. Stop by the Pigeon Forge Rotary Club Craft Fair in Patriot Park, September 30th. Admission is free, however, a freewill donation will be distributed to local and area charities.
Bring the family to experience Christmas at Dolly's Stampede! Enjoy the spectacular Christmas performances that bring the spirit of the holiday season to life. The arena at Dolly Parton's Stampede is magically transformed into a fantastic fantasy land filled with twinkling lights, evergreens, poinsettias, old-fashioned holiday costumes and familiar holiday music. This amazing tribute will warm your heart and fill you with tidings of good cheer!Watch as Elves from the North Pole and the South Pole take part in a friendly competition while a festive four-course feast is served. Christmas at Dolly's Stampede also features a live nativity scene, where the true meaning of Christmas comes alive right before your eyes.Make plans now to enjoy all the holiday fun and festivities taking place this year during Christmas at Dolly's Stampede!
The Old Mill Square Holiday Open House is the perfect time to sample a bit of down home southern cooking and to shop. Pay a visit to the general store, pottery store, and even the toy bin. Experience the Old Mill Square during the holiday season this year.During this event, local shops and restaurants will showcase holiday gift items for your next gathering or celebration. From food items to home decorations, you'll find something for everyone and every occasion.
Dollywood's Smoky Mountain Christmas presented by Humana has been honored for ten consecutive years as the Best Christmas Event at any theme park worldwide. Wander through the park's more than four million holiday lights, spectacular holiday performances and warm Christmas atmosphere, and it is easy to understand why.From the cheer and joy of Dollywood's Parade of Many Colors, to traditional holiday favorite performances like It's a Wonderful Life and Christmas in the Smokies, Dollywood's Smoky Mountain Christmas helps your family create memories to share for a lifetime. Guests can experience the fun enchantment of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer and friends straight from the children's holiday classic.More than 20 of Dollywood's signature rides and attractions operate in a festive environment sure to get everyone into the spirit of the season.
Comic book pop culture superheroes will be the superstars in this year's live, annual Thanksgiving Fireworks Parade and explosive lightshow at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN. This free, family outdoor event heralds the start of an exciting, holiday season at the museum attraction, announces President, COO and co-owner, Mary Kellogg.
Winterfest lights in Pigeon Forge shine from November 1st through February 18th. See more than 5 million shining Pigeon Forge holiday lights when you take the Winterfest Driving Tour of Lights!Along your driving tour, you'll see bear, deer, fox and other critters native to the Smoky Mountains “wandering” through Pigeon Forge. Sparkling lights, giant ornaments, and tall, tall trees are seen on Island Drive and throughout the Island in Pigeon Forge. Even the 200-foot-tall Great Smoky Mountain Wheel shows off the holiday spirit with red, green and white lights.
A true fantasy for children, parents, grandparents and many others is to enjoy breakfast or brunch with Santa and Mrs. Clause! This dream is possible and the place for this adventure to happen is at The Old Mill Square in Pigeon Forge. Make a lasting memory for your children and the whole family by enjoying a delicious brunch with Santa Claus himself!
Bluegrass fun for everyone. Come join artists old and new for this one of a kind celebration of bluegrass during the holiday season.Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers, Tim White, Jerry Butler, Jimbo Whaley, Daughters of BluegrassThursday, December 12, 2019
Doyle Lawson & Quick Silver, Amanda Cook Band, Remington Ryde, Ralph ll & Clinch Mountain BoysFriday, December 13, 2019
Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers, David Parmley & Cardinal Tradition, Garrett Newton Band, Carolina Blue, Larry Efaw & Bluegrass Moutaineers, Danny Stanley, Steve WilsonSaturday, December 14, 2019
Paul Williams & Victory Trio, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time, Junior Sisk & Danny Paisley, The King James Boys, Williamson Branch, Dewey & Leslie Brown, Gary Waldrep Band, Frances Mooney & Fontanna Sunset
Ring in the New Year with us on The Island! After our widely successful event last year we are back BIGGER and BETTER with a night packed full of fun, live music, plus attractions.And what's a New Year's Celebration without a midnight countdown and fireworks? Its all brought to you FREE by The Island.The event kicks off at 10 pm so get there early to enjoy a full night of fun.