Over 300 Free Concerts at This Dollywood Festival in Pigeon Forge

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From September 22 through November 1, Dollywood will be celebrating autumn with the annual Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration. With a treasure trove of crafters and gospel musicians visiting the park, this Dollywood festival in Pigeon Forge is one of the best fall events in the Smokies.  

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Expert Crafters and Artisans  

More than 100 craftspeople from all around the United States will make their way to the Craftsman working with woodmountains to celebrate the festival. They will showcase their talents in beautiful displays of handmade arts and crafts to provide you with a souvenir of paintings, woven masterpieces, wood workings, jewelry and more. You can even talk to the artists and see them working on their projects.

Great Gospel Performances

The park will also be filled with the sounds from over 300 free concerts by many of the most popular performers in Southern gospel music. Included with park admission, this is the biggest Southern gospel festival in the Smokies! The concerts go on for six weeks and will feature famous acts like Guy Penrod, The Crist Family, The Perrys, and many more. You can check the weekly Entertainment Schedule for specific performance dates and hours on the official Dollywood website: http://www.dollywood.com/themepark/entertainment/Harvest-Celebration-Gospel-Performers.aspx

Where to Stay

Timber Tops offers excellent vacation rentals just minutes away from this Dollywood festival in Pigeon Forge. With everything from one bedroom Pigeon Forge cabins to fifteen bedroom cabins, we have the widest selection of rental properties in the Smokies. To start planning your Smoky Mountain getaway, give us a call at 877-549-6775.

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