The Great Smoky Mountains is a popular tourist destination that offers a variety of events throughout the year, including during the winter. Here are some of the most popular winter events in Sevier County:

Smoky Mountains Events in Winter

  1. Smoky Mountain Winterfest: This annual event, which typically takes place in November and runs through February, features a variety of winter-themed attractions, including holiday lights, live music, and more, in cities such as Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville.
  2. Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas: This annual event, which typically takes place in November and December, features holiday-themed attractions, including holiday lights, live music, and more, at the Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge.
  3. Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights: This annual event typically takes place in November and December and features a trolley ride through Gatlinburg’s holiday lights display.
  4. Smoky Mountain Christmas at the Titanic Museum Attraction: This annual event, which typically takes place in November and December, features holiday-themed attractions, including holiday lights, live music, and more, at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge.
  5. Winterfest of Lights: This annual event, which typically takes place in November and December, features holiday lights, live music, and other winter-themed attractions in Sevierville.

Smoky Mountains Events in Spring

  1. Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament: This annual fishing tournament, which typically takes place in May, offers anglers the chance to compete for prizes and bragging rights.
  2. Sevierville Bloomin’ Barbecue & Bluegrass: This annual event, which typically takes place in May, features a variety of barbecue dishes, live music, and other activities.
  3. The Rod Run: This annual classic car show takes place in the spring and features a variety of classic cars, live music, and other activities in Pigeon Forge.
  4. Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales: This outdoor festival takes place throughout the summer and features live music, storytelling, and other cultural performances in Gatlinburg.
  5. Wildflower Pilgrimage: This annual event, which typically takes place in April, offers guided walks, workshops, and other activities centered around the region’s native wildflowers.

Smoky Mountains Events in Summer

  1. Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales: This outdoor festival takes place throughout the summer and features live music, storytelling, and other cultural performances in Gatlinburg.
  2. Dolly Parton’s Stampede: This dinner and show feature a variety of live performances, including horse riding, music, and more. It takes place throughout the year in Pigeon Forge.
  3. Sevierville Farmers Market: This weekly event typically takes place in the summer and fall and features a variety of locally grown produce and handcrafted items.
  4. Smoky Mountain Hot Air Balloon Festival: This annual event, which typically takes place in June, features hot air balloons, live music, and other activities.
  5. Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament: This annual fishing tournament, which typically takes place in May, offers anglers the chance to compete for prizes and bragging rights.
  6. Gatlinburg Scottish Festival & Games: This annual event, which typically takes place in June, features live music, dancing, and other cultural performances.

Smoky Mountains Events in Fall

  1. Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival: This annual event, which typically takes place in October and November, features a variety of fall-themed attractions, including live music, food, and more.
  2. Sevierville Old Timers Day: This annual event, which typically takes place in October, features a variety of old-fashioned activities and demonstrations, including apple butter making and quilting.
  3. The Pigeon Forge Fall Rod Run: This annual event takes place in the fall and features a variety of classic cars, live music, and other activities in Pigeon Forge.
  4. Gatlinburg Craftsmen’s Fair: This annual event, which typically takes place in July, features a variety of handcrafted items and live demonstrations from local artisans.
  5. Gatlinburg Fine Arts & Crafts Show: This annual event, which typically takes place in August, features a variety of handcrafted items and live demonstrations from local artisans.
  6. Gatlinburg Chili Cookoff: This annual event, which typically takes place in November, features a variety of chili dishes, live music, and other activities.