Spring into the Season with These Wonderful Events in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville!

Come on down to the Smoky Mountains this Spring and join in on the fun! Take advantage of the beautiful blossoms and wildflowers by trying your hand at scenic photography. Get rooted in true Southern tradition and feast your eyes on rows upon rows of classic hot rods and muscle cars. If you aren’t into all the hustle and bustle of town, why not unwind with a smooth glass of mountain wine fresh from the local vineyards of East Tennessee. There’s sure to be an event to suit every age of life.


Smoky Mountain Springfest is in full swing now through June 6th, 2015. Spring in the Smoky Mountains is a spectacular sight to see. Bring the whole family to see seasonal decorations and explore the thousands of species of wildflowers that blanket the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Witness the Smoky Mountains break free from their frosted hibernation and come to life right before your eyes.

2015 Smoky Mountain Spring Rod Run in Pigeon Forge

Get your engines ready! The 2015 Smoky Mountain Spring Rod Run in Pigeon Forge is coming! The Rod Run will bring car enthusiasts from all corners of the United States to the heart of the Smokies for a unique lineup of classics. There are several layers to this Rod Run with an $8,000 in cash giveaways, door prizes, live music and plenty of fun to throw in the mix. Book your stay now, lodging fills up quickly during the event. Rod Runs are an Appalachian tradition that started to commemorate the history of the Smoky Mountain Moonshine runners.

Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Winefest

The Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Winefest is traditionally held at the Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts. This year’s 2015 Wine Fest will be scheduled for enjoyment on Saturday April 11th starting at 1 P.M. through 6 P.M. The event is open to any visitor age 21 and older. Tickets to the Wine Fest will run $20 per guest. A portion of all proceeds will be given as a donation. Each purchase will gift visitors with a wristband for wine sampling as well as a personal wine glass to taste in and take home as a souvenir. All visitors will experience a wide variety of locally made wines, hear about the winemaking processes and learn how to pair particular wines with different fares of food.