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Below you will find many events happening in Sevier County including Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville, Tennessee. See a special show at one of the theaters, experience a fall festival in the south, or take in a parade featuring Sevier County's own Dolly Parton. No matter what time of the year you visit, you will find something unique to do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. There are many things to see and do through out the year in the Smoky Mountains. Check back often for updates and changes to local events.

2014 Events Schedule for Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville

January 10-12: Pigeon Forge: Smoky Mountain Log & Timber Show
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge - For more information call 941-780-0538 or visit smokymountainlogandtimbershow.com

January 1-February 28: Sevierville: Sevierville's Smoky Mountain Winterfest
See millions of twinkling holiday lights throughout the Great Smoky Mountains area. 1-888-SEVIERVILLE (738-4378) www.VisitSevierville.com

January 4: Sevierville: Bridal Show at the Sevierville Convention Center.
Open to the public. For more information call (937) 572-3842.

January 10-12: Sevierville: Knoxville RV Super Show at the Sevierville Convention Center.
Jan 10-12 - Knoxville RV Super Show at the Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. For more information call (941) 780-0538 or visit www.RVEXPO.net

January 18-20: Pigeon Forge: Smoky Mountain Bible Conference
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge - For more information call 1-800-869-8738 or visit strengthtostand.com

January 18-20: Sevierville: Smoky Mountain Student Bible Conference
Smoky Mountain Student Bible Conference at Sevierville Convention Center. Private event. (812) 254-3322

January 20: Sevierville: Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration-
Choirs, speakers and more at the First Baptist Church, Sevierville. (865) 428-2212

February 1-2: Sevierville: K2 Volleyball Tournament
K2 Volleyball Tournament at the Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. For more information call (865) 868-2170 or visit www.k2volleyball.com

January 25-February 1: Pigeon Forge: 24th Annual Wilderness Wildlife Week
Dozens of great classes and events

January 27-28: Gatlinburg: Tennessee Winter Special Olympics
Winter sports competitions including ice skating, snowboarding and snow skiing at Ober Gatlinburg. Opening ceremonies are held at W.L. Mills Auditorium. (800) 251-9202

January 31: Pigeon Forge: Titanic Museum Attraction Dine & Dive Excursion
In conjunction with Wilderness Wildlife Week - For more information call 1-800-381-7670 or visit titanicpigeonforge.com

February 1-28: Pigeon Forge: Sweetheart Month at Titanic
In February you can experience the power of love at during the Titanic's Sweetheart Month.

February 1-9: Pigeon Forge: 24th Annual Wilderness Wildlife Week
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge - An eight-day, award winning event filled with classes, lectures, workshops and daily hikes into Great Smoky Mountains National Park, all offered at no charge. For a complete schedule call 1-800-251- 9100

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

February 8: Sevierville: Ducks Unlimited 2014 Annual Banquet
Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. 1-865- 313-1981 www.ducks.org

February 13-15: Pigeon Forge: Smoky Mountain Gospel Jubilee
Country Tonite Theatre - For information call 1-800-792- 4308 or visit countrytonitepf.com/.

February 19-23: Pigeon Forge: 14th Annual Saddle Up
Saddle Up is an annual Pigeon Forge event tailored specifically for the enjoyment of our Cowboys.

February 21-23: Sevierville: Smoky Mountain Gymnastics
Smoky Mountain Gymnastics Vacation Classic at Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. 608-359-5266 or http://www.netlynxsports.com

February 28: Pigeon Forge: Smoky Mtn. Weekend Fire/Rescue Expo
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge - For more information visit seviercountyfirechiefsassociation.com

March 1-31: Pigeon Forge: Irish Month at Titanic
Visitors who board Titanic during March will be be able to experience singing, dancing.

March 1-2: Pigeon Forge: Smoky Mtn. Weekend Fire/Rescue Expo
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge - For more information visit seviercountyfirechiefsassociation.com

March 1-2: Sevierville: Southern Select Alpaca Show
Southern Select Alpaca Show at Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. (615) 452- 7852 /www.sealpaca.org.

March 6-8: Pigeon Forge: Winter Carnival of Magic
Country Tonite Theatre - For more information call 1-800-792- 4308 or visit countrytonitepf.com.

March 6: Gatlinburg: "Sock Hop Under the Sea"
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies presents a fun tribute to the 1950's complete with food, beverages, 50's music and a dance contest for all ages. So put on your poodle skirt or blue jeans and leather jacket, slick back your hair and join the fun. 100% of the proceeds go to the Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. For tickets call Ashley at 865-774-7684 ext. 219

March 6-8: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Improv Fest
This event for both performers and spectators at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre will feature a number of improvisation groups and instructors participating in a series of shows and classes. Visit www.gatlinburgimprovfest.net, email gatlinburgimprovfest@gmail.com or call (865) 325-9712 for more information.

March 8-9: Sevierville: Athletic Championships
Athletic Championships - Cheerleading competition at Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. 1-866-894-7848 www.athleticchampionship.com

March 9-16: Pigeon Forge: North American Country Music Association International
(NACMAI) - Country Tonite Theatre - For more information call 1-800-792-4308 or visit countrytonitepf.com/.

March 11: Sevierville: Sevier County Hospitality Association Trade Show
Sevier County Hospitality Association Trade Show at Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. (865) 868-2172

March 15-June 7: Sevierville: Smoky Mountain Springfest
Enjoy spring decorations, mountain wildflowers and plenty of great events during Smoky Mountain Springfest. For more information call 1-888-SEVIERVILLE (738-4378) or www.VisitSevierville.com

March 15-16: Sevierville: Show Stoppers
Show Stoppers at Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. (843) 357-7469

March 15-16: Sevierville: USSSA Baseball & Softball
USSSA Baseball & Softball at Sevierville City Park

March 15-19: Gatlinburg: ClausFest 2014
The return of the largest Santa Claus festival in the southeast when hundreds of Santas and Mrs. Clauses, elves and helpers descend on Gatlinburg for a good old Santa fun including a fashion show, variety show, Snow Ball and Snow Tube races at Ober Gatlinburg. A Santa Parade opens the event on Saturday, March 15 at 4pm downtown. For more information visit www.clausfest2014.com.

March 19-22: Pigeon Forge: 20th Annual A Mountain Quiltfest™
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge - Celebrate the timeless tradition of quilting at this award-winning event. Visit our quilt show and vendor mall, or attend classes conducted by top quilting instructors. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration begins Nov 4, 2014. For a complete schedule and registration please visit MyPigeonForge.com/Quiltfest or call 1-800-251-9100.

March 19-June 8: Gatlinburg: Spring Time
A countywide celebration of the season featuring special events, local craft shows and much more. (800) 568-4748.

March 22-31: Pigeon Forge: Dollywood's Festival of Nations
Dollywood - For more information call 1-800-365-5996 or visit Dollywood.com

March 22-23: Sevierville: Smoky Mountain Youth Baseball Association
Smoky Mountain Youth Baseball Association at Sevierville City Park

March 28-29: Sevierville: Gameday USA Baseball & Softball
Gameday USA Baseball & Softball at Sevierville City Park

March 29-31: Pigeon Forge: Titanic Author's Week
For more information call 1-800-381- 7670 or visit titanicpigeonforge.com

April 1-21: Pigeon Forge: Dollywood's Festival of Nations
Dollywood - For more information call 1-800-365-5996 or visit Dollywood.com

April 1-30: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring
It's a Spring Thing! - As part of Smoky Mountain Springfest, Gatlinburg has jam packed April with special events and activities for the whole family! For more information on Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring: It's a Spring Thing, visit our website www.gatlinburg.comor call 1-800-588-1817.

April 4-6: Sevierville: Gameday USA Baseball & Softball
Gameday USA Baseball & Softball at Sevierville City Park

April 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 2: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales
On Fridays and Saturdays in April, visitors can meet characters, hear mountain music and learn about life long ago in the Smokies on the streets of Gatlinburg. Storytellers, musicians and cloggers perform along the Parkway during this ninth annual event! (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748

April 5-6: Pigeon Forge: Spring Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
For more information call 865-661-3474 or visit rockytopoutfitter.com

April 5-6: Pigeon Forge: Miss Tennessee Pageant
Country Tonite Theatre - For more information call 1-800-792-4308 or visit countrytonitepf.com.

April 5-6: Sevierville: Cheer and Dance Extreme
at the Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. For more information call (410) 799-1990.

April 5-6: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
The 15th Annual Spring Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament is open to adults or children - and equally challenging for both visitors and locals. All Gatlinburg and state fishing regulations will be observed. For more information, call 865-661-3474, visit www.rockytopoutfitter.com, or email rockytopoutfit@aol.com.

April 9: Sevierville: Special Olympics Golf Tournament
at Sevierville Golf Club www.SeviervilleGolfClub.com

April 11-13: Pigeon Forge: Spring Pigeon Forge Rod Run
For more information call MCS Promotions at 865-687- 3976 or visit RodRun-PigeonForge.com

April 12: Sevierville: Downtown Sevierville Easter Egg Hunt
Bring the kids for a fun Easter egg hunt, photos with the Easter Bunny and more in historic downtown Sevierville on Bruce Street. www.SeviervilleCommons.com

April 12: Gatlinburg: Mountain Man Memorial March
This fifth annual 26.2-mile march starts in downtown Gatlinburg at 9 a.m. as a challenging tribute to our men and women in uniform, with Military Heavy, Military Light and Civilian entry categories. 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. For more information, call 865-974-5371 or visit www.mountainmanmemorialmarch.com.

April 15-19: Gatlinburg: 64th Annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage
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. For more information, call (865) 436-7318 ext. 222 or visit www.springwildflowerpilgrimage.org.

April 15-19: Gatlinburg: 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. For information, visit www.gatlinburgcrafts.com or call (800) 568-4748.

April 16: Gatlinburg: Wildflower Pilgrimage Luncheon
The Gatlinburg Garden Club presents the Welcome Luncheon featuring guest speaker Mary Priestly, author of "William's Wildflowers." 11:30am at Mills Conference Center. For tickets and information call (865) 654-4393.

April 19: Pigeon Forge: Brunch with the Easter Bunny
Old Mill Square - For more information call 865-428-0771 or visit oldmillsquare.com

April 19: Pigeon Forge: Easter Egg Hunt
Pigeon Forge Patriot Park - For more information call 865-429-7373.

April 20: Gatlinburg: 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 5:45 a.m. Service begins at 6:30 a.m. Breakfast buffet available. (800) 251-9202.

April 20-27: Gatlinburg: Earth Week
A week of family-oriented events created around Earth Day Celebration. The week features a community Spur Clean Up, a Disc Golf Tournament, a children's planting program along with other opportunities to learn about easy green practices, enjoy music, play games, make crafts and more. For information on all Earth Week events go to www.gatlinburg.com/events.

April 21: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Goes Green Breakfast Seminar
Hilton Garden Inn 8:30am. To register call (865) 436-0505.

April 21-27: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Regional Bridge Conference
This large tournament of the Mid-Atlantic Bridge Conference takes place at the Gatlinburg Convention Center with thousands of players participating in Gold Point events and other programs. For more information, visit www.gatlinburgregional.org.

April 24: Gatlinburg: Earth Day Festival
Families are encouraged to come out to Mynatt Park to enjoy free crafts and activities designed to encourage environmental awareness and developing a green lifestyle. Live entertainment and food will be offered. For more information visit www.gatlinburg.com/events.

April 25-27: Sevierville: Gameday USA Baseball & Softball
Gameday USA Baseball & Softball at Sevierville City Park

April 25: Gatlinburg: Earth Day 5K
Nighttime road race in downtown Gatlinburg. Race begins and ends at the Nantahala Outdoor Center parking lot at traffic light #10. Early registration before April 12 or on sight registration at 9:00pm. Race starts at 10pm.

April 25-27: Gatlinburg: Music of the Mountains
Enjoy a weekend of music in Townsend, Cosby, Sugarlands Visitors Center and downtown Gatlinburg. Gatlinburg will be providing a special Tunes and Tales concert as part of the Music of the Mountains celebration on April 26 on the Plaza at Ripley's Aquarium. The event is free to the public.

April 26: Pigeon Forge: Loretta Lynn in Concert
Country Tonite Theatre - For more information call 1-800-792-4308 or visit firstclassconcerts.com

April 26: Sevierville: Executive Women's Golf Association Tournament
at Sevierville Golf Club

April 27: Gatlinburg: Go Green Disc Golf Tournament
Participants of all ages are invited to the afternoon tournament at the 9-hole recreational course at Mills Park. On-site registration begins at 12:30pm. Participants will get an Earth Week t-shirt. There is a small fee.

April 29: Gatlinburg: Food Ministry Fiesta
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies hosts this fourth annual fundraiser benefiting Sevier County Food Ministries in Spring 2014. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit SCFM's outreach program and special projects. Entertainment and refreshments included. For ticket information, call (865) 428-5182

May 1-31: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring
:  It’s  a  Spring  Thing!  – As part of Smoky Mountain Springfest, May is jam packed with special events and activities for the whole family! For more information on Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain  Spring:  It’s  a  Spring  Thing,  visit  our  website   www.gatlinburg.comor call 1-800-588-1817.

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

May TBA: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Farmers Market
- Offering local choices for healthy mountain living, the Farmers Market is open each Saturday from 8:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. in the Alamo Steakhouse parking lot at 705 East Parkway from May through October. Comprised of local producers, the emphasis is on fresh produce and homemade products offered in an atmosphere of community. Visit www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.comfor more information.

May 2: Pigeon Forge: 29th Annual Dolly's Homecoming Parade
Pigeon Forge Parkway - Marching bands and floats, including the one carrying parade grand marshal Dolly Parton, highlight this annual spring tradition; 6:00 P.M. For complete information visit MyPigeonForge.com/Parade or call 1-800-251-9100.

May 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 23: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales
- On Fridays and Saturday in May, visitors can meet characters, hear mountain music and learn about life long ago in the Smokies on the streets of Gatlinburg. Storytellers, musicians and cloggers perform along the Parkway during this eighth annual event! (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748.

May 3: Sevierville: Helicopter Awareness Day
at Scenic Helicopter Tours www.flyscenic.com

May 3-4: Sevierivlle: Circle Yer Wagens,
39 Volkswagen car show at Sevier County Fairgrounds www.avwa.com/events.html

May 8: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Beans 'n Cornbread Blast!
Presented by Bush Brothers Beans - Gatlinburg celebrates it's Appalachian culinary past with a festive, fun-filled Beans n’ Cornbread cook off, complete with foot-stompin' mountain music, fun and games, and, of course, lots of Beans and Cornbread. Visitors can sample all the different recipes while supplies last. It will be a "Rootin, Tootin, Good Time!" ($) (GCVBE) www.gatlinburg.com/events.

May 10: Pigeon Forge: Shrine FunFest Parade
Pigeon Forge Parkway - 9 A.M. start

May 12-13: Sevierville: Food  City’s  Annual  Charity  Golf  Dinner
 at  Sevierville  Convention  Center.  Private  event.

May 13-14: Sevierville: Sevier County Farm Days
at Sevier County Fairgrounds. www.utextension.tennessee.edu/sevier/pages/default.aspx

May 14-17: Pigeon Forge: Smoky Mountain Antique Toy & Pedal Car Show
Country Cascades - For more information visit smokymountainconventioncenter.com

May 15-17: Pigeon Forge: 36th Annual F-100 Supernationals & All Ford Show
LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge - For more information call 423-623-4644, 423-623-1871, 423-465-5855 or visit f100supernationals.com.

May 16-17: Sevierville: Bloomin’  BBQ  &  Bluegrass
- The  largest  event  in  Sevierville!  Tennessee  State  Championship   Barbeque Cook-Off, FREE bluegrass concerts from rising stars and bluegrass legends, kids games, great food and authentic mountain crafts. Admission is FREE. For more information, contact the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce 1-888-889-7415 or visit www.BloominBBQ.com

May 17: Sevierville: Mountain Soul Vocal Competition Finals
- Vocal competition honoring the songwriting of Sevierville’s hometown girl, Dolly Parton. Finalists sing one of 3,000 songs written by Parton in the style of their own choosing (rock, rap, country, pop, etc.) Entry deadline is April 11, 2014. www.BloominBBQ.com

May 17: Sevierville: Sevierville Sprint Triathlon and Splash & Dash
at Sevierville City Park www.imathlete.com

May 23-25: Sevierville: USSSA Baseball & Softball
at Sevierville City Park

May 24-31: Pigeon Forge: Dollywood's Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival
Dollywood - For more information call 1-800- 365-5996 or visit Dollywood.com

May 30-31: Sevierville: 2014 Car Show
at Sevier County Fairgrounds

May 31: Sevierville: Rocky Top Dance Challenge
at the Sevierville Convention Center. Open to the public. For more information call (865) 539-2255.

June 1-8: Pigeon Forge: Dollywood’s  Barbeque  &  Bluegrass  Festival
Dollywood - For more information call 1-800- 365-5996 or visit Dollywood.com

June 1-8: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg  Smoky  Mountain  Spring
:  It’s  a  Spring  Thing! - As part of Smoky Mountain Springfest, June is jam packed with special events and activities for the whole family! For more information  on  Gatlinburg  Smoky  Mountain  Spring:  It’s  a  Spring  Thing,  visit  our website www.gatlinburg.com or call 1-800-588-1817.

June 2: Sevierville: 4-H Meeting
at Sevier County Fairgrounds www.utextension.tennessee.edu/sevier/Pages/default.aspx

June 6-7: Pigeon Forge: Pontiacs in Pigeon Forge Classic Car Show
- Music Road Convention Center - For more information call 865-379-9595.

June 6-7: Pigeon Forge: Sevier County Relay for Life
- Patriot Park - 24 Hour Event – For more information call Kayla Shelby at 865-556-2568 or visit relayforlife.org/seviertn

June 6-7, 13-30: Gatlinburg: Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales
- All summer long visitors can meet characters, hear mountain music and learn about life long ago in the Smokies on the streets of Gatlinburg. Storytellers, musicians and cloggers perform along the Parkway every evening during this eighth annual event! (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748

June 7,14,21,28: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Farmers Market
Offering local choices for healthy mountain living, the Farmers Market is open Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Alamo Steakhouse parking lot at 705 East Parkway. Visit www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for details.

June 12-14: Sevierville: Parker’s  Greatest  Knife  Show  on  Earth
- Large-scale collectable knife show at the Sevierville Convention Center. Open to public. (423) 892-0448 http://www.bulldogknives.org/

June 13-14: Pigeon Forge: Singing News Solid Gospel Talent Search
- Smoky Mountain Convention Center - For more information visit smokymountainconventioncenter.com

June 13-15: Sevierville: ISA Girls Fast Pitch
at Sevierville City Park.

June 14: Pigeon Forge: The Oak Ridge Boys in Concert
- Country Tonite Theatre – For more information call 1-800- 792-4308 or visit firstclassconcerts.com

June 14-30: Pigeon Forge: Dollywood's Great American Summer
- Dollywood - For more information call 1-800-365- 5996 or visit Dollywood.com

June 14-30: Gatlinburg: Free Parkway Trolley
- The City of Gatlinburg will offer free trolley service to patrons along the length of the Parkway for nine weeks this summer. The free specially painted open-air shuttles will operate from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through August 16. Extra stops have been established between traffic lights 1 and 10 along Parkway. (800) 568-4748

June 27-29: Sevierville: ISA Girls Fast Pitch
at Sevierville City Park.

July 1-31: Pigeon Forge: Dollywood's Great American Summer
- Dollywood - For more information call 1-800-365- 5996 or visit Dollywood.com

July 1-31: Gatlinburg: 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 eighth annual event! (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748.

July 1-31: Gatlinburg: Free Parkway Trolley
- The City of Gatlinburg will offer free trolley service to patrons along the length of the Parkway for nine weeks this summer. The free specially painted open-air shuttles will operate from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through August 16. Extra stops have been established between traffic lights 1 and 10 along Parkway. (800) 568-4748.

July 3: Gatlinburg: 4th of July Midnight Parade
- This 39th annual showcase salutes the valiant men and women of our military services in the "First July Fourth Parade in the Nation!" Parade starts at the stroke of midnight to begin Independence Day. Floats, balloons, and marching bands pay tribute to our country during this Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event. (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748.

July 4: Pigeon Forge: 24th Annual Patriot Festival
- Patriot Park - Celebrate  America’s  independence with food, fun, entertainment and fireworks. Activities are at Patriot Park and offered free of charge. For information call 1-800-251-9100 or visit MyPigeonForge.com/Patriot.

July 40: Pigeon Forge: Mark Chesnutt in Concert
- Country Tonite Theatre - For more information call 1-800-792-4308 or visit firstclassconcerts.com

July 4-6: Sevierville: ISA Girls Fast Pitch
at Sevierville City Park

July 4: Gatlinburg: River Raft Regatta
- Visitors can enjoy a fun, unmanned, floatable object race for the whole family. Free registration begins at 10 a.m. at bridge beneath chair lift on River Road. Race begins at noon at Christ of the Smokies Bridge  and  ends  at  Ripley’s  Aquarium  of  the  Smokies  Bridge  where  prizes  will  be awarded in several different categories. (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748.

July 4: Gatlinburg: 4th of July Fireworks Show
- Join the celebration in downtown Gatlinburg  to  mark  our  nation’s   “Independence  Day”  with  a  magnificent  fireworks show. The City of Gatlinburg lights up the mountain skyline downtown at 10 p.m. with this grand display. Designated a Top 20 event by Southeast Tourism Society. (GCVBE) (800) 568-4748.

July 5: Sevierville: Walking Horse Show
at Sevier County Fairgrounds

July 5, 12, 19, 26: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Farmers Market
- Offering local choices for healthy mountain living, the Farmers Market is open Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Alamo Steakhouse parking lot at 705 East Parkway. Visit www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for details.

July 11-13: Pigeon Forge: SEAA Girls World Series Warm-Up
- Wear Farm City Park - For more information call Jim Mullins 865-603-3405 or visit seaayouth.com or email seaayouth@aol.com

July 11-12: Sevierville: Tractor Pull
at Sevier County Fairgrounds www.midtnpullers.com/index2.html

July 14-16: Sevierville: North American Disability Golf Partnership Tournament
at Sevierville Golf Club www.SeviervilleGolfClub.com

July 18-20: Pigeon Forge: SEAA Girls Fast Pitch World Series Ages 18-16U
- Wear Farm City Park - For more information call Jim Mullins 865-603-3405 or visit seaayouth.com or email seaayouth@aol.com

July 18-27: Gatlinburg: Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair
- Art, crafts and music lovers will discover over 200 booths featuring some of the nation's finest work. Artisans and craftspeople are on hand to demonstrate their skills, answer questions and offer their unique art for sale. Live Country & Bluegrass entertainment. Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (865) 436-7479 or visit www.craftsmenfair.com for details.

July 21-27: Pigeon Forge: SEAA Girls Coach Pitch Ages 14-12U
- Wear Farm City Park - For more information call Jim Mullins 865-603-3405 or visit seaayouth.com or email seaayouth@aol.com

July 25: Pigeon Forge: Steve Wariner in Concert
- Country Tonite Theatre - For more information call 1-800-792-4308 or visit firstclassconcerts.com

July 25-27: Sevierville: ISA Girls Fast Pitch
at Sevierville City Park.

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