Dixie Stampede in the Smokies

Cowboy hat, cowboy boots, lasso, and horse shoe

You probably think dinner shows are pretty easy to
do. The audience sits at their table while actors on stage go through their
rehearsed lines. Everyone applauds and enjoys their meal. Well, in Pigeon
Forge, there’s a place where dinner and a show aren’t like that at all. Some of
the participants weigh more than 1,000 pounds and have actors hanging off of
them or doing flips on their backs, have to run at full speed only to stop
within feet of a wall and do all this while the audience cheers them on.

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Dolly Parades Around Town

Everybody loves a parade, right? The pageantry, the
notable guests, and the music – it all comes together in a display unlike any
other. And the best part is that you don’t have to move; just sit in your chair
and watch it all pass by.

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A Titanic Anniversary

Saturday, April 14 marks the 100th anniversary of perhaps the most famous shipwreck in American history – the Titanic. To mark this momentous occasion, the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge is hosting “A Night to Remember: An Original Musical Tribute to the Titanic”.

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Get Your Motor Running

You’ve heard about different places not having all
four seasons? Like Alaska, which has winter and the Fourth of July? Well, here
in the Smokies, we have 5 seasons – Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring, and car show.

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Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament Offers Prizes for Top Anglers

One of the sure signs of spring in the Smoky Mountains is people standing up to their waists in the rivers, casting a fly in hopes that a trout will rise and engage them in that generations-old battle between a fisherman and his quarry. And come this April, you can do that and win money!

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International Flair in the Smokies

By now, you’re probably aware of one of the
signature attractions of the Smoky Mountains, Dollywood. It is a very unique
experience, with lots of different opportunities for people of all ages. And this
month, Dollywood creates a cultural atmosphere of fun by introducing visitors
to world music, global art and foreign food. All right here in Sevier County!

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Wild Ride in Pigeon Forge

You’re probably familiar with Dollywood, the
signature attraction in Sevier County that’s not a national park. And you know
it has a little of everything for the family. Some of the most popular rides
they offer are their rollercoasters. And they’ve got a real doozie debuting
this spring – the
Wild Eagle.

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A Stitch in Time in the Smokies

If tessellation, duvet, counterpane and Broderie Perse move your needle, then I think I know where you need to be this March. Now, I have no idea what those words mean, but every spring in Pigeon Forge, there are a bunch of talented people who do.

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Giddy-up in the Great Smokies

When you think of cowboy boots, chuckwagons and
country and western music, you probably think of Texas, Montana, Arizona, etc.
And the Smoky Mountains may not be high on your list for cattle drive nostalgia.
But a trip to Pigeon Forge from February 23 – 26 for Saddle Up!
may change your notion of having to go past the Mississippi river to see real
cowboy culture.

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Hitting the Theatres in Pigeon Forge

For a lot of travelers, part of the appeal of the Smoky Mountain Area is the opportunity to be entertained by professionals. And during the winter months, there’s a lot to be said for being inside a warm theater and seeing something you probably don’t have at home. While all three cities have theaters and shows, Pigeon Forge has a huge variety to choose from.

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