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Gatlinburg in the Smoky Mountains - Calendar of Events
Gatlinburg offers family fun and excitement throughout the year with its annual Springfest, Harvest Fest, and Winterfest celebrations. Other major events include the 4th of July Celebrations and Smoky Mountain Traditions - a new event celebrating our mountain heritage. Enjoy shops, galleries, restaurants, attractions, entertainment, arts and crafts exhibits, and special events that showcase life in the Smoky Mountains. gatlinburg cabin rental in Tn

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Events per city: Cosby / Gatlinburg / Pigeon Forge / Sevierville / Townsend
January 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 - 31: Gatlinburg Winter Magic
The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with dozens of spectacular light displays, featuring all LED bulbs. (GSE) (800) 568-4748

2, 9, 16, 23 & 30: Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights
Enjoy a guided trolley tour of spectacular Gatlinburg Winter Magic lighting displays. Departure is from the Ripley’s Aquarium Trolley Station. Group reservations are available. Trolley leaves at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30. (GSE) (865) 436-0535 ($)

4 - 31: Night Magic Skiing
Purchase a Lift Ticket Monday through Friday (non-holidays) from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Ober Gatlinburg (865) 436-5423 ($)

28: Rock Gatlinburg
Aspiring high school and middle school band performers and individual musicians get the opportunity to meet and receive guidance from professional musicians during this event hosted by the Gatlinburg Recreation Department at the Community Center on five consecutive Thursdays through February. Participants can learn about computer recording, explore professional work opportunities and walk away with a CD recording. For information, contact Laurence Evans or Dave Anderson (865) 436-4990 ($)

31: Tennessee Winter Special Olympics
Winter sports competitions including ice skating, snowboarding and snow skiing. Ober Gatlinburg (800) 251-9202

February 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 & 2: Tennessee Winter Special Olympics
Winter sports competitions including ice skating, snowboarding and snow skiing. Ober Gatlinburg (800) 251-9202

1 - 28: Gatlinburg Winter Magic
The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with dozens of spectacular light displays, featuring all LED bulbs. (GSE) (800) 568-4748

1 - 26: Night Magic Skiing
Monday through Friday (non-holidays) 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Ober Gatlinburg (865) 436-5423 ($)

4, 11, 18 & 25: Rock Gatlinburg
Performers and individual musicians get the opportunity to meet and receive guidance from professional musicians during this event hosted by the Recreation Department at the Community Center on five consecutive Thursdays through February. Participants can learn about computer recording, explore professional work opportunities and walk away with a CD recording. For information, contact Laurence Evans or Dave Anderson (865) 436-4990 ($)

12 & 13: Anna Porter Public Library Murder Mystery Dinner Show
Enjoy the performance of “The Last Dance of Dr. Disco”. This annual locally produced and cast theatrical show is presented at W.L. Mills Auditorium. The performance is a fundraiser for APPL and includes dinner. (865) 436-5588 ($)

March 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

11 - 31: Smoky Mountain Springfest
A countywide celebration of the season featuring special events, local craft shows and much more. (800) 568-4748

11: Pirate's Ball
Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic, Inc. presents its fourth annual Pirate’s Ball fundraiser sponsored by Ripleys Aquarium of the Smokies. Guests can enjoy a “tropical climate” and live music, dancing, food and drink, with a special party for the kids. For more information, call Elaine Miller at 865-774-7684. ($)

12 - 14: Gatlinburg Screenfest
Independent Film Festival at the River Terrace Resort with the goal of creating, connecting and sharing a film festival with anyone and everyone who wants to be a part of the independent movie industry. The focus is on “Bringing movies to the Mountains.” www.gatlinburgscreenfest.com

13: Holly and Shamrock Parade
St. Nicholas Meets St. Patrick – If a gathering of more than 750 Santa Clauses, Mrs. Clauses, elves and even reindeer won’t be enough to mesmerize you, how about a parade? The second annual parade starts in the early evening and features floats, carriages, decorated wagons, bands and singers to help these happy St. Nicks to party with the Irish! For more information, visit www.hollyandshamrock.com or call (800) 568-4748.

13 - 16: Celebrate Santa
Santa Claus is coming to Gatlinburg! Join hundreds of Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus as they gather at the Convention Center for their convention, trade show and gala. Imagine a town filled with Santas, Mrs. Clauses, Reindeer Owners and Breeders and even Elves. Real-bearded and designer-bearded Santas and even those who have never donned the red suit (but think they might like to) are welcome. For more information or to register, visit www.celebratesanta.com or call (865) 244-5231

31: Great Smoky Easter Arts & Crafts Show
Unique handcrafted gifts and products produced by members of Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community are placed on display and offered for sale as they host their annual show at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. Demonstrations are part of the show. For information, visit www.gatlinburgcrafts.com or call (800) 568-4748

April 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 - 30: Smoky Mountain Springfest
Join in a countywide celebration of the season, featuring special events, local craft shows and much more. (800) 568-4748

1 - 3: Great Smoky Easter Arts & Crafts Show
Unique handcrafted gifts are made by members of Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community and placed on display as they host their annual show at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. For more information, visit www.gatlinburgcrafts.com or call (800) 568-4748

4: Easter Sunrise Service at Ober Gatlinburg
Early morning Easter Service at Ober Gatlinburg includes complimentary tram service to the top of the resort begins at 6 a.m. Service begins at 6:30 a.m. Breakfast buffet available. (800) 251-9202

10: Gatlinburg Gateway Triathlon
The third annual triathlon, which is headquartered at the Community Center and starts at 8:30 a.m., is open to anyone 15 years and older capable of swimming one-half mile, biking twenty kilometers, and running five kilometers consecutively. Awards will be given in multiple age categories (men’s and women’s division), plus a mixed team relay event, plus a mixed team relay event. Pre-register is required. (865) 436-4990 ($)

10: Music of the Mountains
In association with the City of Gatlinburg and Great Smoky Mountains Association, Great Smoky Mountains National Park presents its sixth annual event. This year’s activities begin at Sugarlands Visitors Center with free, limited-seating performances by a series of acts. The event culminates in an evening concert at W.L. Mills Conference Center. For more information, visit www.eventsgatlinburg.com. ($)

17: Mountain Man Memorial March
This third annual 26.2-mile march starts in downtown Gatlinburg at 7 a.m. as a challenging tribute to our men and women in uniform. The course includes highway and rural road stretches in addition to rugged terrain and mountain slopes. The event honors 1LT Frank Walkup, a University of Tennessee-Knoxville alumnus who in 2007 was killed in the line of duty in Iraq. Pre-registration is required, with Military Heavy, Military Light and Civilian entry categories. Call 865-974-8858 or visit www.mountainmanmarch.com for more information. ($)

21 - 24: 60th Annual Wildflower Pilgrimage and Greener Living Expo
Celebrate and enjoy the beauty of Great Smoky Mountains National Park with over 150 different programs, including hiking tours, motorcades, demonstrations and classroom lectures centered on the flowers, plants and wildlife in the great outdoors. New for 2010, the exposition features sustainability themes. For more information, call (865) 436-7318 ext. 222 or visit www.springwildflowerpilgrimage.org. ($)

22: Ribfest & Wings
Enjoy the area’s best ribs and wings as well as live entertainment during this popular ninth annual event. One admission price allows sampling until the ribs and wings run out as the Parkway transforms into a Street Fair. (GSE) (800) 568-4748 ($)

May 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 - 31: Smoky Mountain Springfest
Join in a countywide celebration of the season featuring special events, local craft shows and much more. (800) 568-4748

14: Gatlinburg Scottish Festival Grand Parade
All Scots are invited to march or ride in the parade as a kickoff to the 29th Annual Scottish Festival & Games. Parade begins at 6 p.m. at traffic light #10, downtown Gatlinburg. For more information, visit www.gsfg.org.

15 & 16: Gatlinburg Scottish Festival & Games
29th Annual Scottish clans meeting at Mills Park featuring Highland athletics, bagpipe competitions, Highland dancing, border collie demonstrations, haggis hurling, entertainment and whiskey tasting, along with food & merchandise vendors Visit, www.gsfg.org for more information. ($)

15 & 16: Gatlinburg Fine Arts Festival
This sixth annual family oriented fine arts festival at Ripley’s Plaza and River Road features juried artists from around the country, delicious cuisine and music. Proceeds benefit Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts and Sevier County Arts Council. (888) 240-1358 or www.gfaf.net

June 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 - 6: Smoky Mountain Springfest
Join in a countywide celebration of the season featuring special events, local craft shows and much more. (800) 568-4748

11 - 30: Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales
Sidewalks of downtown. Live entertainment mini-performances featuring costumed musical performers, storytellers and artisans portraying various time periods from the 1800s to today. 6 p.m. nightly. A horse-drawn wagon carries the performers down the Parkway to their designated locations for the evening. Fourteen nightly acts involve the audience as they each perform in simultaneous 15-minute performances.

July 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 - 31: Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales
All summer long visitors can meet characters, hear mountain music and learn about life in the Smoky Mountains on the streets of Gatlinburg. Storytellers, musicians and cloggers perform at different locations along the Parkway every evening during this fifth annual event! Designated a Top 20 event by Southeast Tourism Society. (GSE) (800) 568-4748

3-4: Fourth of July Midnight Parade
Giant helium balloons, more than 100 float entries and family fun! National entries such as Schwan Foods and Red Baron Pizza will bring in their Blaine Kern-designed floats.

4: River Raft Regatta
River Road, ending at the Aquarium bridge in downtown Gatlinburg. Unmanned river raft race is open to anything floatable except balls and plastic eggs. Registration takes place between 11 am and Noon, with the race beginning promptly at Noon.

4: Fourth of July Fireworks Show
After the sun goes down on the fourth, the sky will light up again with showers of sparks and fireworks.

16 - 24: Gatlinburg's Craftsmen Fair
Over 200 booths featuring some of the nation's finest work. Artisans on hand to demonstrate their skills, answer questions, and offer their unique art for sale. Live bluegrass and country music. 865-436-7479.

August 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 - 7: Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales
Through early August, visitors can meet characters, hear mountain music and learn about life in the Smokies on the streets of Gatlinburg. Storytellers, musicians and cloggers perform at different locations along the Parkway every evening during this five annual event! (GSE) (800) 568-4748

September 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

15-Nov 15: Fall Foliage in the Smokies
Peak color season in the Smokies occurs duringthe fall but it is hard to pick an exact date. You can contact the Park Service closer to the fall to get a better idea of when the best time is to come see the Smokies. (865) 436-1200

17 - 30: Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival
Hayrides, ebtertainment, events, decorations! Fall in the Smokies is awesome!

23: A Taste of Autumn
Gatlinburg Convention Center - Gatlinburg's finest restaurants come out to raise money for a good cause and attendees get to sample some amazing food. The cost is $25 and the money goes to the United Way.

TBA: Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
The 11th Annual Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament is open to adults or children – and equally challenging for both visitors and locals, with multiple categories to be contested in this largest trout tournament in the Smokies. All Gatlinburg and state fishing regulations will be observed. For information, call 865-661-3474, visit www.rockytopoutfitter.com, or email rockytopoutfit@aol.com. ($)

October 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 - 31: Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival
A countywide celebration of harvest season featuring special events, festivals, craft shows, autumn-themed displays and more. (GSE) (800) 568-4748

7-23: Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair
More than 200 artists and crfts people come out to show off their best. Lasting almost the full month of October this is one of the biggest longest running craft shows in the southeast. Get your Christmas shopping done early. Gatlinburg Convention Center - $5 admission

November 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

10: Winter Magic Kickoff & Chili Cookoff
As the City turns on thousands of lights to celebrate the season you can follow your nose to downtown Gatlinburg and a chili cookoff. Chili booths and vendors are loacted all around downtown Gatlinburg.

10 - 30: Trolley Ride of Lights
Jump in a trolley for a tour of the beautiful Christmas lights. The tours have a guide and you will have a great time hearing stories and singing carols. Great way to start the holiday season.

10 - 30: Gatlinburg Winter Magic
The town is decorated, the shops are warma and inviting. Gatlinburg is a wonderful place to spend the holidays. From food to family fun Gatlinburg Winter Magic has earned its reputation as one of the big winter events in the south.

11: Veteran's Day Celebration
Hosted at the Ripley's Aquarium Plaza there will be tributes to our nation's veterans. Stirring speeches, stories and songs will warm the hearts of all who hear them.

23 - 30: Holiday Arts & Crafts Show
This craft show is put on by the Great Smokies Arts & Crafts Community. Fine art and crafts from right here in the Smoky Mountains. Instead of going to their shops on Glades Road and Buckhorn Road, visit them all under one roof at the Gatlinburg Convention Center.

23 - 27: Festival of Trees
At the W L Mills Conference Center, this event is being put on by the Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministries. See dozens of ornately decorated trees.

26 & 27: The Nutcracker "Sweet"
The Smoky Mountain Dance Theater Company presents the classic Nutcracker at the W L Mills Auditorium. Performances are at 7pm nightly. Call (865) 680-7369 for tickets and information.

26 & 27: Winter Magic Tunes & Tales
Much like the summer edition of Tunes & Tales, the performers take to the streets of Gatlinburg. Stories, song and demonstrations make for great entertainment. The entertainers come out in the evenings on Fridays and Saturdays.

December 2010 Gatlinburg, Tn Events Calendar

1 - 19: Winter Magic Tunes & Tales
Through the holiday season, visitors can meet characters and storytellers and enjoy caroling and entertainment along the Parkway Friday and Saturday evenings during this fourth annual event! (GSE) (800) 568-4748

1 - 31: Gatlinburg Winter Magic
The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with dozens of spectacular light displays, featuring all LED bulbs. (GSE) (800) 568-4748

1 - 30: 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. Group reservations are available. Trolley leaves at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30. (GSE) Tickets on sale October 15. (865) 436-0535 ($)

1 - 5: Holiday Arts & Crafts Show
This craft show is put on by the Great Smokies Arts & Crafts Community. Fine art and crafts from right here in the Smoky Mountains. Instead of going to their shops on Glades Road and Buckhorn Road, visit them all under one roof at the Gatlinburg Convention Center.

3: Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade
Giant helium balloons, marching bands and decorated floats will parade down the streets of gatlinburg. The spectators will pack the streets and cheer as they wait to see the guest of honor: Santa Claus.

TBA: Christmas on Ice
At Ober Gatlinburg the like to celebrate Christmas a little differently. They like to put it on ice. Local amateur ice skaters performing to Christmas music and it is free. This is a great holiday tradition. For more information contact Ober Gatlinburg at 865/436-5423.

31: New Year's Eve Ball Drop & Fireworks
The street party scene cranks up at around 11pm on Wednesday, December 31st. There will be close to 40,000 people on hand to ring in the New Year. At midnight the sky will light up with fireworks!


 
January | February | March | April | May | June | July
August | September | October | November | December


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/ Gatlinburg / Pigeon Forge / Sevierville / Townsend

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