4 Things You Can Only Find At the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival

Smoky Mountains fall festival decorations

Looking for the perfect way to experience fall in the Smoky Mountains? Look no further than the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival. Presented by Keep Sevier Beautiful, this Smoky Mountain event is a change for both locals and visitors to come together and celebrate all the great things about fall in the Smoky Mountains. That being said, here is a breakdown of just a few of the many exciting things that you can only find at this unique Smoky Mountain fall festival.

Free Concert From Morgan Wallen

Best known for his appearance on the hit NBC tv show, The Voice, Morgan Wallen is a charismatic performer who is sure to keep guests to this Smoky Mountain event entertained. His music style can best be described as soulful rock with a hint of gospel.

Wallen is set to take the stage at 4 p.m. on October 11.

Outside of the Morgan Wallen concert, there will also be a stage set up that will showcase many talented local musicians. The best part is all of these shows are completely free to attend.

Authentic Smoky Mountain Crafts Demonstrations

kids holding pumpkins at Smoky Mountain fall festivalIt wouldn’t be a Smoky Mountain event without a chance for guests to see first hand how talented artists are able to construct their stunning pieces. From handmade jewelry to basket making to woodworking, there will be live Smoky Mountain craft demonstrations going on throughout the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival.

Be sure to bring an extra bag or two to carry a couple of these crafts home with you. They will make for excellent Christmas gifts or souvenirs from your latest trip to the Smoky Mountains!

Potato Sack Race

If you were anything like up growing up, then one of your favorite activities was racing around your back yard with your friends in a potato sack. At the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival, guests can bring these fond memories back to life.

In addition to the potato sack race, there will also be an old-fashioned style baseball game.

Parents planning on bringing their children will also enjoy being able to let them run wild in the dedicated kids’ play area at this exciting Smoky Mountain fall event. Inside the play area kids will find giant inflatables, interactive games, a crafting station, and much more.


Delicious Fall Flavors

Fall is one of the few times of year where it is completely acceptable to put caramel apples and pumpkin spices in everything you cook. From coffee to cupcakes to marshmallows, fall flavors have definitely taken over menus and grocery stores everywhere. However, it is only at the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival where visitors can find all these great tastes in one place.

Food vendors from all across the Smoky Mountains will be cooking up the very best of funnel cakes, kettle corn and caramel apples that guests can find.

Along with the endless lines of delicious fall foods, the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival will also feature authentic southern barbecue, pulled pork, and hamburgers. For those looking to toss in a little extra flair in their meal, there will also be a Greek food booth.

Frequently Asked Questions About the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival


When is the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival?

This year’s Smoky Mountain fall festival will be held the weekend of October 10-11. Gates open at 10 a.m. each morning and remain open until 6 p.m.

How much does admission cost?

Nothing. The Wears Valley Fall Festival is completely free for families and guests to enjoy.

Where is the event located?

Located just seven miles away from the Pigeon Forge Parkway, the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival will be held on Wears Valley Rd. Known as a more peaceful area in the Smoky Mountains, this location is great for guests looking to enjoy viewing the beautiful fall colors while also having a little fun.

Smoky Mountain fall colors in Wears ValleyWhat is Keep Sevier Beautiful?

Keep Sevier Beautiful is a unique organization that focuses on preserving the natural beauty of the area. This group spearheads much of the recycling efforts found in and around Sevier county, as well as educates families on the importance of ‘going green.’

Find out more about Keep Sevier Beautiful here: http://www.keepsevierbeautiful.org.

Want to learn more about the many exciting upcoming fall events in the Smoky Mountains and Wears Valley? Be sure to check out our Smoky Mountain events calendar on our website. There you can find up-to-date information on all the fun and exciting things to do in the area this season.

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