At Visit My Smokies, we’ve always known how great the Smoky Mountains are. Now, it seems everyone else is catching on. Just after hearing that Dollywood was named among the Top 10 Theme Parks for the Holidays, we received news that Sevierville has been named as the #1 Cool Spot for Summer Meetings.
Join in some down home country fun for the whole family at the ninth annual Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass Festival. Held as part of the Smokey Mountain Springfest in historic downtown Sevierville, Tennessee, this year’s festival will be held on May 17 – 18, 2013.
If you want to experience a great baseball game at an extremely affordable price for the whole family, then the Tennessee Smokies are your best option. The Tennessee Smokies are a minor league baseball team that plays in the Southern League. The team is currently a Double-A minor league affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, so you will be able to see the future stars of Major League Baseball at every game. You will have to come to Smokies Park in Sevierville, TN, to get the amazing Tennessee Smokies experience.
When people are gifted musically, it is a shame not to share that gift with others. In spring of 2013, the small town of Sevierville, TN is hosting an incredible and unique country music contest, The Mountain Soul Vocal Competition, that honors the legendary songwriting of hometown gal, Dolly Parton. More information can be obtained by visiting www.BloominBBQ.com. No matter if this is your first time competing publicly, or if you are just now deciding to show the world what you can with your musical gift, this is an
The 2013 Smoky Mountain Gymnastic Vacation Classic is scheduled to be held from February 22nd through the 24th. Located at the Sevierville Convention Center, gymnasts from around the country are welcome to come and participate in this year's events. Not only do many come to the event to participate in gymnastic competitions, but others attend to view the performances by athletes of all ages. Tickets are available to be purchased in advance and can be picked up at the will-call window located at the Sevierville Convention Center. 3-day
Bibliophiles and local history buffs alike, get ready to celebrate the fourth annual Rose Glen Literary Festival taking place Saturday, February 23, 2013. Held at the Sevier campus at Walter State Community College (WSCC) from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., this popular festival highlights local authors, books and stories from the Sevierville, Tennessee area. Began as an event for local writers and their readers to be able to meet in person, the festival has expanded to include additional programs for attendees that celebrate the local culture. Come join