Showing posts with label Celebration. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Celebration. Show all posts

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Pigeon Forge Patriot Park Independence Day Celebration 2014

July 4, 2014

Independence Day Celebration

Country Music Group Lonestar to Perform in Pigeon Forge

Festivities will kick off at 1:00 p.m. on July 4. The Patriot Festival is FREE and open to the public. The Patriot Festival spans and afternoon and evening of great food, games, entertainment and a firework finale! Patriot Park is located on Old Mill Street at traffic light number 7 behind the historic Old Mill. Take advantage of the city parking lot on Teaster Lane with a trolley shuttle going to Patriot Park. At 1:00 in the afternoon, the Kids Carnival begins. Kids will love the free Kids’ Karnival zone with inflatables and games.


 


There’s also live musical entertainment, which starts early in the afternoon and lasts until 9:30 or 10 at night. This years lineup features the Pigeon Forge Community Chorus, the Tim Kellar Band, bluegrass group Adkins & Loudermilk, the Jimmy Buffet tribute band Sons of Sailors and the event headliners Lonestar! 


Known for smash hits such as “No News”, “Amazed” and “Let’s Be Us Again”, Lonestar has a history of country music and pop chart success with nine number 1 singles and numerous others reaching the Top 10.
After the music it’s time for the evening’s finale - an extravagant fireworks display! 

Food vendors with ice cream, shaved ice, hot dogs, burgers and much more will be on hand and a portion of the proceeds go to local area charities. Patriot Festival event parking is free and a trolley shuttle service will run from the Municipal Parking Lot on Teaster Lane right into Patriot Park.


Hope you can come out and celebrate with us! 
It is an event you definitely want to attend!

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Gatlinburg New Years Eve Celebration Ball Drop & Fireworks Display

Gatlinburg New Years Eve Celebration Ball Drop and Fireworks Display

 Gatlinburg will welcome the arrival of 2014 in unique style with its 26th Annual New Year’s Eve Ball Drop and Fireworks Show around the intersection of Parkway and Historic Nature Trail at the base of the Space Needle late Tuesday night, December 31.
 At the stroke of midnight on December 31, 2013, fireworks will blast off the rooftop of the 400-foot tall Space Needle with music choreographed for the show produced by Pyro-Shows of LaFollette, Tennessee.  The Space Needle has added sequencing LED lights to the tower, making for a spectacular display. 

Leading up to midnight, there will be free music and entertainment in the parking lot adjacent to the Gatlinburg Convention Center.  Actress Rachel Grant will host “Witness The Impossible,” a Las Vegas style stage show beginning at 11:00PM.  SUPERHUMAN Chad Netherland and Mentalist Bill Gladwell will amaze the audience with an electrifying showcase of mental and physical abilities including; Man vs. Machine SUPER-BIKE hold, the Human Bullet Catch and stunning mental predictions.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Christmas In Wears Valley

This is a new event this year we wanted to share with everyone! Sounds like a fun time awaits us!
 
 Wears Valley wants to take you back in time to the days of old-fashioned Christmas trees, horse-drawn wagon rides, hayrides, and storytelling. Lots of fun awaits you in the Valley during the holiday season.  A four-week long event, "Christmas in Wears Valley" will begin with a tree lighting ceremony at 6:00 pm on Friday, Nov. 29, 2013 at Wears Valley Ranch which borders Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The event will run through December 31st. 

In the late-November dusk on Nov. 29th, choirs will gather at Wears Valley Ranch, 3601 Lyon Springs Road, Sevierville, TN for a magnificent tree lighting ceremony. A blazing bon-fire will warm the night air as favorite Christmas carols warm our hearts as a trumpet plays. A rich tenor voice singing "Oh Holy Night" with the words echoing throughout the Valley could cause us to hear the angels' voices. After the final "Silent Night," everyone heads to Friendly Falls for "The Best Cup of Hot Chocolate in the South!" 

Earlier in the day fun attractions, stores, art galleries, and restaurants will be bustling with activity.  Food vendors at Cove Creek RV Resort on Wears Valley Road will be serving up tasty items like barbecue pork, turkey legs, Philly cheese steaks, smoked sausage, chicken, ribbon fries, funnel cakes, corn dogs, and caramel or candy apples. A tree tour throughout the Valley will feature trees decorated the old-fashioned way. Hayrides, horse-drawn wagon rides, and carolers will liven up the day's activities.


Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Gatlinburg Festival of Trees

Gatlinburg Festival Of Trees


November 26-30

Surrounded by the twinkling lights and sounds and smells of the holidays, shop the many handmade centerpieces and craft items, and return to the joys of celebrating Christmas in the Smokies.
  Hundreds of Festive Christmas Trees, Sounds and Smells of Christmas Time Years Ago in the Smokies, Gingerbread House Contest, Gatlinburg-Made Holiday Decoratives and Gifts by Donation, Entrance by donation. All Proceeds Benefit the Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministries.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Sevierville Winterfest

Winterfest

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As part of the annual Smoky Mountain Winterfest, Sevierville Parks & Recreation maintenance staff work diligently to transform the city streets into a winter wonderland of lights each year!  Preparation for this event takes approximately 1600 man hours year round with  lights being displayed November through February. The annual Winterfest Kick-off Celebration, which marks the official start of Winterfest, takes place the first week of November and is full of fun for all ages! Hope to see you there! 

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Pigeon Forge: Titanic's Sweetheart Month

February 1-March 1: Pigeon Forge: Titanic's Sweetheart Month
Valentine's Day will be celebrated all 28 days of February! Wedding Renewal Ceremonies are available by reservation only.

 Call for details. 1-800-381-7670titanic photos

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

New Gatlinburg's New Year's Eve Fireworks Show and Ball Drop

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Dec. 31st

For the 24th straight year, the Space Needle area at traffic light #8 comes alive at the stroke of midnight with a fabulous fireworks show. Features free party favors and live entertainment.

“Best New Year’s Eve Show in the South.” (800) 568-4748

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Sevierville's 49th Annual Christmas Parade

Sevierville's 49th Annual Christmas Parade -

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 A traditional hometown parade with baton twirlers, pageant winners, marching bands and floats leading up to the appearance of the

Grand Marshal – Santa Claus!

Parade begins at 11:00 a.m. and can best be viewed on Forks of the River Parkway and Court Avenue in historic downtown Sevierville, TN.

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Monday, October 31, 2011

Gatlinburg's 36th Annual Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade

Gatlinburg's 36th Annual Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade 

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 This popular Christmas parade in downtown Gatlinburg is recognized as one of the very best by the International Festival and Events Association. Parade features lighted floats, marching bands, equestrian units and helium balloons.

Parade begins at 7:30 p.m. at Traffic Light #1A and continues through downtown to Light #10.

Designated a Top 20 event by Southeast Tourism Society. 

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Gatlinburgs Veteran's Day Celebration

Veteran’s Day Celebration

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Join the City of Gatlinburg in saluting the men and women of America who have served in our Armed Forces in this special ceremony on Ripley’s Aquarium Plaza. This ninth annual program begins at 11:00 a.m. and includes stirring musical tributes, ceremonial words and recognition of Veterans in attendance. This event is designated an official Regional Site for the Observance of Veterans Day by the Veterans Day National Committee, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.  (800) 568-4748veterans celebration

Friday, August 26, 2011

Dollywoods 2011 Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration September 28 - October 29

2011 Season Dates: September 28 - October 29

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Fall at Dollywood will lift you up with the biggest Southern gospel festival in the Smokies—four weeks featuring FREE concerts!  (All concerts included with Dollywood admission.)

Watch visiting crafters at work throughout the park as the country’s most talented artisans showcase their artistry with up-close demonstrations.  Handmade treasures for the home, unique collectibles and stunning artwork create an impressive craft exhibit you won’t find anywhere else.

Special dishes, all prepared with a taste of fall, showcase some of the harvest season’s most celebrated recipes, including a booth devoted to Dollywood’s signature fried green tomatoes. 

 

 

 


 Singing News Fan Awards
Dollywood's National Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration gets under way with one of the Southern gospel music industry's premier events--the Southern Gospel Music Association's Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and the Singing News Fan Awards on Sept. 28.  Harvest Celebration Gospel Performers
Southern gospel music takes top billing during the month long festival with FREE concerts.  
  

Harvest Celebration Crafters
Each fall unique artisans share their crafts withhundreds of thousands of visitors during the Harvest Celebration.     
 

 

 

 

Monday, July 4, 2011

Have a Happy and Safe July 4th!

Thanks to all of the men and women who make it possible for us to be able to celebrate this wonderful holiday year after year! For their sacrifices we have our freedom!

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God Bless Each of You as you Serve and Protect our Country!

 

Sunday, July 3, 2011

36th Annual July 4th Midnight Parade

US_Army_Float_large_lgFourth of July Midnight Parade, Saluting the valiant men and women of our military services, this 36th annual showcase is the “First July Fourth Parade in the Nation!” Parade starts at the stroke of midnight to begin Independence Day July 3rd.

21st Annual July 4th Patriot Festival

The 21st Annual Patriot Festival at Patriot Park in the heart of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Festivities get started at 1:00 p.m. on July 4, 2011. The Patriot Festival is FREE and open to the public. Patriot Park is located on Old Mill Street at traffic light number 7 behind the historic Old Mill. Take advantage of the city parking lot on Teaster Lane with a trolley shuttle going to Patriot Park.Listeners should bring a lawn chair (no umbrellas, please) and prepare to enjoy an outstanding lineup of live musical entertainment.


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Musical entertainment will include Restless Heart as the headliner. They will perform from their long list of number one hits including, “When She Cries, “Bluest Eyes in Texas” and “I’ll Still be Loving You.”  Randy Montana, who just got off tour with Taylor Swift will also be performing along with The Roys a bluegrass band and local favorites Jimbo Whaley and Greenbriar. The Return,a Beatles Tribute Band, will also perform along with patriotic music from the Pigeon Forge Community Choir. In addition to the headliner, Restless Heart, a bluegrass brother-sister duo The Roys and Mercury Records artist Randy Montana with his latest hit “1,000 Faces,” have been added to the lineup.