Smoky Mountain Events Page

Below you will find many events happening in Sevier County including Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville, Tennessee. See a special show at one of the theaters, experience a fall festival in the south, or take in a parade featuring Sevier County's own Dolly Parton. No matter what time of the year you visit, you will find something unique to do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. There are many things to see and do through out the year in the Smoky Mountains. Check back often for updates and changes to local events.

2019 Events Schedule for Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville

January 27-29: Gatlinburg: Tennessee Winter Special Olympics
Special Olympics athletes from around the state are waxing their skis and snowboards, and sharpening their ice skate blades in preparation for the Special Olympics Tennessee Winter Games to be held January 27th - 29th at Ober Gatlinburg.

March 2-3: Pigeon Forge: 13th Annual Pigeon Forge Chuck Wagon Cook-off
Clabough's Campground - 1-800-251- 9100

March 8-9: Pigeon Forge: WINTER CARNIVAL OF MAGIC
Country Tonite Theatre is excited host another very magical weekend as magicians gather for a 3-day magic convention. This year's event features several lectures, a dealer's room, a close up competition, a stage competition and evening shows. Adults and children of all ages are welcome to join and we hope to see you there!

March 8-9: Pigeon Forge: Winter Carnival of Magic
Country Tonite Theatre: 865-453-2003

March 11-17: Pigeon Forge: North American Country Music Association International (NACMAI)
Hall of Fame Show & Awards Country Tonite Theatre - 865-453-2003

April 12: Sevierville: 5th Annual Night at The Derby
Benefits United Way of Sevier Co. - Walters State Community College

March 15-16: Pigeon Forge: Corvette Expo
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge - 865-687-3976

March 15-31: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring
Gatlinburg has jam packed April, May and June with special events and activities for the whole family! For more information on Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring!

March 29-31: Sevierville: Keep Sevier Beautiful Home Show
Sevierville Convention Center - 865-774-6677

April 1-30: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring
Gatlinburg has jam packed April, May and June with special events and activities for the whole family! For more information on Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring!

April 6-7: Pigeon Forge: Spring Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
865-661-3474

April 6-7: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
The 20th Annual Spring Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament is open to adults or children and equally challenging for both visitors and locals. All Gatlinburg and state fishing regulations will be observed. For more information, call 865-661-3474

April 11-13: Pigeon Forge: Pigeon Forge Spring Rod Run
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge: 865-687-3976

April 20: Pigeon Forge: Easter Egg Hunt
Patriot Park: 865-429-7373

April 24-27: Gatlinburg: 69th Annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage
Celebrate and enjoy the beauty of Great Smoky Mountains National Park with over 100 different programs, including hiking tours, motorcades, demonstrations and classroom lectures centered on the flowers, plants and wildlife in the great outdoors. For more information, call (865) 436-7318 ext. 222

April 25-29: Sevierville: South Atlantic Conference Baseball Tournament
Smokies Stadium

May 3: Pigeon Forge: Music in the Mountains Spring Parade
Pigeon Forge Parkway: 1-800-251-9100

May 7-11: Pigeon Forge: 29th Annual Wilderness Wildlife Week
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge: 1-800-251-9100

May 11: Sevierville: Smokies Trot 5K
Smokies Stadium: Benefits Alzheimer's Tennessee

May 16-18: Pigeon Forge: The Grand National F-100 Ford Reunion
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge: 910-610- 5063

May 16-19: Pigeon Forge: Chevy Classic Round-Up Car Show
Inn at Christmas Place: 865-286-6582

May 17-18: Sevierville: Bloomin' BBQ and Bluegrass Festival
Historic Downtown Sevierville: 1-888-889-741

May 18: Sevierville: Mountain Soul Vocal Competition Finals
Historic Downtown Sevierville: 1-888-889- 7415

June 15: Sevierville: Mustang Madness
Come join us as we co-host with Smoky Mountain Stangs "Mustang Madness!" every 3rd Saturday of the month from 6PM-8PM. Simply join us in our lower lot!

June 15-30: Gatlinburg: Free Parkway Trolley
The City of Gatlinburg will offer free trolley service to patrons along the length of the Parkway this summer. The free specially painted open-air shuttles will operate from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through Mid-August. Extra stops have been established between traffic lights 1 and 10 along Parkway. (800) 568-4748

June 21-30: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Tunes and Tales
All summer long visitors can meet characters, hear mountain music and learn about life long ago in the Smokies on the streets of Gatlinburg. Storytellers, musicians and cloggers perform along the Parkway every evening during this ninth annual event!

July 1-31: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Tunes and Tales
All summer long visitors can meet characters, hear mountain music and learn about life long ago in the Smokies on the streets of Gatlinburg. Storytellers, musicians and cloggers perform along the Parkway every evening during this twelfth annual event! (GCVB) (800) 568-4748.

July 1-31: Gatlinburg: Free Parkway Trolley
The City of Gatlinburg will offer free trolley service to patrons along the length of the Parkway for nine weeks this summer. The free specially painted open-air shuttles will operate from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through August 15. Extra stops have been established between traffic lights 1 and 10 along Parkway. (800) 568-4748

July 3: Gatlinburg: 4th of July Midnight Parade
This 44rd annual showcase salutes the valiant men and women of our military services in the "First July Fourth Parade in the Nation!" Parade starts at the stroke of midnight to begin Independence Day. Floats, balloons, and marching bands pay tribute to our country during this Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event.

July 4: Pigeon Forge: 29th Annual Patriot Festival
Patriot Park: 1-800-251-9100

July 4: Gatlinburg: 4th of July Fireworks Show
Join the celebration in downtown Gatlinburg to mark our nation's "Independence Day" with a magnificent firework show. The City of Gatlinburg lights up the mountain skyline downtown at 10 p.m. with this grand display. Designated a Top 20 event by Southeast Tourism Society.

July 20: Sevierville: Titanic 5K Color Run
Pays tribute to Autism: Titanic Museum

August 1-10: Gatlinburg: Free Parkway Trolley
The City of Gatlinburg will offer free trolley service to patrons along the length of the Parkway for nine weeks this summer. The free specially painted open-air shuttles will operate from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through Mid-August. Extra stops have been established between traffic lights 1 and 10 along Parkway. (800) 568- 4748

August 10: Sevierville: 4th Annual Drums on the Dam Dragon Boat Race
benefits United Way of Sevier Co. and is held on Douglas Lake Headwaters

August 10: Pigeon Forge: 5th Annual Veterans Homecoming Parade
Pigeon Forge Parkway

September 1-31: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival
NEW decorations including life size 3DScarecrow people will enhance Gatlinburg's celebration of harvest season featuring festivals, special events and autumn-themed displays. Harvest Festival has expanded dates, September 6 - November 25. (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748

September 6-7: Pigeon Forge: Shades of the Past Hot Rod Roundup #37
Dollywood's Splash Country

September 6-30: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival
NEW decorations including life size 3DScarecrow people will enhance Gatlinburg's celebration of harvest season featuring festivals, special events and autumn-themed displays.

September 12-14: Pigeon Forge: Pigeon Forge Fall Rod Run
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge: 865-687-3976

September 19-21: Sevierville: 20th Annual Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival
Dumplin Valley Farms: 865-397-7942

September 22-28: Pigeon Forge: National Quartet Convention
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge: 1-800-846-8499

September 28-29: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
The 20th Annual Fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament is open to adults or children and equally challenging for both visitors and locals. All Gatlinburg and state fishing regulations will be observed.

October 3-5: Sevierville: Ford F100 Truck Nationals
Sevierville Convention Center: 423-623-5855

October 4-6: Sevierville: Robert Tino's Smoky Mountain Homecoming
Robert Tino Gallery

October 6-7: Pigeon Forge: Fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
865-661-3474

October 6-7: Pigeon Forge: Fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
865-661-3474

November 8-30: Sevierville: Shadrack's Christmas Wonderland
Smokies Stadium

October 11-12: Sevierville: Great Smoky Mountain Auto Fest
Smokies Stadium: 865-286-2317

October 31: Sevierville: Sevier Co. Halloween Spooktacular Trunk or Treating
Downtown Sevierville: 5pm- 9pm

November 1-25: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival
NEW decorations including life size 3DScarecrow people will enhance Gatlinburg's celebration of harvest season featuring festivals, special events and autumn-themed displays. Harvest Festival has expanded dates, September 6 -November 25. (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748

November 6: Gatlinburg: Chili Cookoff
The City of Gatlinburg kicks off our own Winter Magic Celebration from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Gatlinburg by turning on over three million lights. Enjoy live entertainment, sample chili recipes from local restaurants and businesses and vote for your favorite. (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748

November 7-30: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights
Enjoy a guided trolley tour of Gatlinburg Winter Magic lighting displays. Departure is from the Ripley's Aquarium Trolley Station. Trolley leaves at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30. Group reservations are available. Book your seats on-line by visiting www.gatlinburg.com/events

November 20-30: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg's Festival of Trees
Dozens upon dozens of ornately decorated Christmas trees await visitors in this winter wonderland at Gatlinburg Convention Center's W.L. Mills Conference Center. Presented by Gatlinburg Hilton Garden Inn, the event benefits Boys and Girls Club of the Smoky Mountains.

November 22: Sevierville: Smoky Mountain Winterfest
Throughout Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg

November 22-23: Pigeon Forge: Hearts on Fire
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge

November 22-30: Pigeon Forge: 30th Annual Winterfest
Patriot Park: 1-800-251-9100

November 25-30: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Winter Magic
From late November to February, visitors can enjoy the sights and sounds of Gatlinburg's Winter Magic celebration, featuring one-of-a-kind LED lighting displays along the famous Downtown Parkway and the timeless tales and carols of Winter Magic Tunes & Tales. New in 2019, Gatlinburg's most festive season will now feature Winter Magic Snowmen.

December 1-31: Sevierville: Smoky Mountain Winterfest
Throughout Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg

December 1-31: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Winter Magic
From late November to February, visitors can enjoy the sights and sounds of Gatlinburg's Winter Magic celebration, featuring one-of-a-kind LED lighting displays along the famous Downtown Parkway and the timeless tales and carols of Winter Magic Tunes & Tales. New in 2019, Gatlinburg's most festive season will now feature Winter Magic Snowmen.

December 1-30: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights
Enjoy a guided trolley tour of Gatlinburg Winter Magic lighting displays. Departure is from the Ripley's Aquarium Trolley Station. Trolley leaves at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30. Excludes December 6, 24, 25, 31. Group reservations are available.

December 6: Gatlinburg: 45nd Annual Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade
This popular Christmas parade in downtown Gatlinburg is recognized as one of the Top 20 Events in the Southeast. Parade features lighted floats, marching bands, equestrian units and balloons. Parade begins at 7:30 p.m.

December 11-14: Pigeon Forge: Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival
Smoky Mountain Convention Center

December 31: Gatlinburg: New Year's Eve Fireworks Show & Ball Drop on Historic Nature Trail
For the 32th straight year, the Space Needle area at traffic light #8 comes alive at the stroke of midnight with a fabulous fireworks show. Features live entertainment. "Best New Year's Eve Show in the South." (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748

Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee Special Events.