KIDabra in Pigeon Forge Brings World Class Children’s Entertainers to the Smokies

Puppet show with sock puppets

If you are a children’s entertainer or are thinking about entering the field, you don’t want to miss KIDabra in Pigeon Forge. This weeklong conference is one of the largest kids show gatherings in the nation. Featuring  balloonists, clowns, historians, magicians, inventors, puppeteers and ventriloquists, KIDabra is a real treat for adults and children.

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When and Where

KIDabra will run from August 11 – 15, with optional events on August 11 and 12. The conference will be held at the Music Road Convention Center, located at 303 Henderson Chapel Road, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863.

What to Expect at KIDabra 2014

KIDabra will feature lectures and performances from some of the country’s best children’sHappy children entertainers, including Max Howard, Paul Osborne, The Great Zucchini, and many more talented performers. This year’s headlining guest is Terry Evanswood, the star of the Wonders of Magic Show in Pigeon Forge. With so many great entertainers in attendance, KIDabra is the perfect place to learn tricks of the trade, network, and just have fun.

Everyone attending must register in advance. Children and spouses must also be registered ahead of time. To sign your family up, visit the official KIDabra website.

Where to Stay

When you attend KIDabra in Pigeon Forge, you don’t have to worry about finding the perfect accommodations. Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals is a great place to relax and unwind during Pigeon Forge trips. If you want to surround yourself in rustic charm and modern conveniences, then Timber Tops is the ideal home base for you while you’re in the Smoky Mountains. The luxury cabins at Timber Tops are spacious, tidy, contemporary and cozy. To reserve accommodations for your upcoming Smoky Mountains vacation, visit our Pigeon Forge Cabins page or give us a call at 1-800-266-1066.

 

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