Each year, the Leconte Center Pigeon Forge TN hosts some of the area’s most popular events! From car shows to concerts, the LeConte Center is a natural fit for large gatherings, with its 232,000 square foot facility and incomparable location along the Little Pigeon River. If you’re going to be visiting Pigeon Forge, you will definitely want to attend one of the following annual events at the LeConte Center:
The Smoky Mountain area is known for having a rich and artistic history. Quilting dates back to the very first settlers who made their way to the Smokies, and today, the art of quilting is preserved at the Pigeon Forge Quiltfest event, A Mountain Quiltfest.
Playing at the newly reopened Smoky Mountain Palace, you can experience a brand new Christmas show in Pigeon Forge - Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas of Lights. The Thomas Kinkade Christmas show will be playing at the Smoky Mountain Palace from November 1, 2015 through January 2, 2016.
The Hortons, Bradys, and DiMeras are coming to Pigeon Forge! Fans of the long-running soap opera Days of Our Lives will have the chance to meet the actors who portray their favorite characters when the show’s cast visits the Titanic Museum this October. Celebrating 50 years on the air, Days of Our Lives is marking the occasion with a special book tour spanning eight states. Visit My Smokies has all the details on this can’t-miss event.
As part of Dollywood’s 30th Anniversary season, they’re bringing back the Showcase of Stars! For the first time since 2003, some of the biggest names in entertainment will hit the stage at Dollywood’s Celebrity Theatre!
There’s millions of holiday lights that sparkle throughout the Smoky Mountain area this time of year. And there’s one attraction that take visitors on a ride through all of the Pigeon Forge lights--the Pigeon Forge Trolley Tour of Lights. People of all ages love visiting the seasonal attraction every year, and here’s what you need to know to make sure you are ready to visit:
Fall has arrived in the Smoky Mountains and is one of the most festive seasons in the area! From the harvest festival at Dollywood to breathtaking hikes through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, autumn is an amazing time to take a relaxing getaway vacation.
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.
Dolly Parton may be one of the greatest talents to ever come out of the Smoky Mountains, but she can entertain more than just mountain people. The multi-faceted entertainer recently played at a festival in England that wowed crowds and proved that, once again, there’s nobody like Dolly.
Update: Although the Paula Deen Live! event has ended, it is not too late to catch a glimpse of your favorite celebrity chef in Pigeon Forge. All you have to do is head over to her brand new Paula Deen Pigeon Forge Restaurant, Paula Deen's Family Kitchen.
The F-100 Supernationals & All Ford Show is coming back to the Smokies this spring! Now in its 36th year, this popular pickup truck show is dedicated to the bestselling F-100 series of Ford trucks. If you own a classic pickup, are looking to buy one, or are just an admirer of good old fashioned American manufacturing, this truck show in Pigeon Forge is a can’t miss event!