Smoky Mountain Calendar of Events

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  • June 9, 2017Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales
  • July 14, 2017Gatlinburg Craftsmens Fair
  • July 22, 2017Neal McCoy Live
  • July 28, 2017TN Tax Free Weekend
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  1. Virginia L. Farmer-Walker says: -#1

    I would like to know when can I start to purchase advanced tickets to events for in the summer ?

  2. Virginia, You would need to contact the phone number listed for the event or if it is an attraction the phone number for the attraction to get ticket information. Thank you.

  3. My son and his family will be in Gatlinburg from 3/8-3/13 it’s his girls spring break here in Texas ages 12, 8 and 3 there should still be a lot for them to see and do correct? His wife has never been outside of Texas and he has been to Tennessee only as a very small boy. I have been to Gatlinburg many times as a child and teen on family vacations they are going due to my memories I know the Smoky Mountains will not disappoint them. They have rented a cabin and plan on meeting up with a cousin who lives outside Cherokee North Carolina for a day.

  4. Laura Laymon says: -#1

    Absolutely! There are always things to do in the Smoky Mountains. Take a look through our website at the attractions, theaters, shopping and a variety of other activities they will be able to do during that time frame. There aren’t any “special” events during that time but they will not have any problem staying busy and having fun. Hope they enjoy their first vacation to the Smokies!

  5. We would greatly appreciate it if you could add our car show to your website. We are a non profit 501(c)(3)organization.

    The Farragut Lions Club will be holding a Charity Car Show in Knoxville, Tennessee on October 1, 2016 at Chilhowee Park to raise funds to support our service projects. Funds donated by community members will be used for service projects like vision assistance, kidsight…vision screening for children ages 1 – 5 years, glucose screening, white cane, and any other needs that may arise in the communities “We Serve.”
    Website: http://farragut.tnlions.org/charity-car-show/

  6. Can someone tell me the route for the 4th of July parade? Where is the best place to park ? We willl be coming down for the 4th and are looking forward to the parade

  7. Laura Laymon says: -#1

    The parade route begins at traffic light #1A on East Parkway, turning south onto Parkway at traffic light #3 and traveling the length of downtown to traffic light #10 at Ski Mountain Road. Parade goers are encouraged to arrive early on Sunday, July 3 in order to secure the perfect viewing area along the parade route.

    Gatlinburg’s Fourth of July celebrations will come to a close at 10:00 p.m. when visitors will enjoy the 20-minute fireworks display in the heart of downtown, with the best viewing areas around traffic lights #3 and #5. The 100th Army Band will play prior to the fireworks in a free concert at 8:30 p.m. and then again following the fireworks at 10:20 p.m. on Ripley’s Aquarium Plaza.

    I hope you enjoy your stay in the Smokies!

  8. Laura Laymon says: -#1

    Absolutely, I will add your listing right now.

  9. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF I COULD GET SOME BROCHURES ALL ABOUT GATLINBURG, DOLLYWOOD, PIGON FORGE AND ETC. WE WILL BE COMEING UP THAT WAY THIS FALL OR NEXT SPRING OR SUMMER BUT WE DONT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT OR WHAT WE COULD DO OR GO.

  10. Laura Laymon says: -#1

    Absolutely, we will mail you some information. I don’t think you will have any problems finding things to do in the Smoky Mountains. :)

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