Friday, March 16, 2018

Pigeon Forge 24th Annual A Mountain Quiltfest

March 20 - March 24, 2018

Celebrate the art and heritage of quilting at the 24th Annual A Mountain Quiltfest. 

Quilters from all around will come together in Pigeon Forge for this ultimate quilting event. 

A Mountain Quiltfest 2018 is a five-day long event spanning from March 20th through the 24th.  

Quilters have the opportunity to attend classes that are based on skill level and technique. There will also be a quilt show that displays a variety of quilts for your viewing pleasure.

Quilters can choose between different categories from which they can enter their quilts to compete. 

The winners will go home with some great prizes!

Be sure to check out the vendors’ booths for a variety of quilting necessities and unique accessories.

Quilt Show and Vendor Hall Hours
Wednesday, March 21       9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday, March 22          9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday, March 23               9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday March 24            9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
We hope if you are in town you will stop in and enjoy all of the talented quilters and maybe take home a little piece of history as well. Hope to see you there! 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Dollywood Festival of Nations Pigeon Forge 2018

Dollywood Festival of Nations 
March 16 - April 9, 2018


The Flamenco Kings

Composed of seven brothers, Flamenco Kings boasts soaring energy, costumes that meld tradition and modern times and pure artistry in a high-powered flamenco dance show.

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

For decades, The Grammy Award-Winning LadySmith Black Mambazo has wowed audiences around the world with their unique Mbube vocal style.

National Dance Company of Siberia

Founded in 1960, the National Dance Company of Siberia has wowed audiences around the globe with colorful and expressive dance, traditional folk music and vivid costumes.

Invaders Steel Orchestra

This guest-favorite returns with the tropical sounds and amazing musicianship of one of the Caribbean’s most recognized steel pan orchestras.


These masterful musicians share the history and culture of the Andes Mountains through beautiful traditional music, dance and fun. 

Zebra Stelzentheater

German stilt dancers in original costumes perform high-spirited routines while roaming the streets of Dollywood.


Hailed as the "best Irish group so far in Bluegrass" by Irish American News, JigJam bring their award-winning sound from the heart of the midlands of Ireland to Dollywood this spring.

If you have never visited Dollywood during the Festival of nations you have to go it is absolutely awesome! Give us a call or visit our website and make reservations today to visit during this special event! We know you will be glad you did!
 865-908-7935 or See you soon! 

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

North American Country music Associations Internationals Pigeon Forge

North American Country music Associations Internationals Pigeon Forge
March 12- March 18

Fans of all ages that enjoy country, gospel, and bluegrass won’t want to miss the North America Country Music Association, Annual Country Music Week at the Country Tonite Theater in Pigeon Forge. Admission is Free for general public.

ABOUT  NACMAI North America Country Music Associations, Int’l was formed May 17, 1997, by Peggy Franck, “to promote the development of the Country/Gospel Music Industry in each state and country through an International Association to promote and inform members of the industry and the public about resources available in the various states and countries for Country/Gospel Music production.”  

This can be accomplished by bringing together the various State/International Country Music Associations and/or Foundations in an organized method. NACMAI GUIDELINES: The discover, showcasing and promotion of the emerging and aspiring Country/Gospel/Bluegrass Music artists by presenting the opportunity to compete before State and International Country Music Industry personnel. 

 Each state/country is required to host an annual competition and awards show for these aspiring artists with the understanding that the winners of the various categories will compete in regional runoffs, with the winners representing their respective states/countries at the national/international finals.

 Each state/country association has full autonomy.  They are joined in a consecrated international effort to discover, develop, and showcase the aspiring Country/Gospel/Bluegrass artists, songwriters, and industry leaders.  International conventions will be held for the purpose of enacting by-laws, electing officers, and setting goals for our purpose of being an International Country Music Association.