Shadrack’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Show Illuminates Holiday Spirit

Christmas lights decorating a white house and the yardThe Smoky Mountains are well known for their annual magical light shows and stunning Christmas displays, and this year is no different. Families looking to experience the breathtaking holiday lights for themselves will be pleased to visit Shadrack’s Smoky Mountain Christmas show at Smokies’ Stadium in Sevierville.

Featuring a special tribute to Santa’s beach party, this year’s Christmas show offers guests millions of beautiful sparking lights all synchronized to popular holiday music. After driving through the lights, your kids will love playing in Santa’s Village.

Full of fun inflatables, pony/camel rides, and a thrilling Santa Train Ride, Santa’s Village is definitely just thing thing to bring a smile to any child’s face.

Shadrack’s Smoky Mountain Christmas spectacular light show is going on every night now through January 5. Admission is $20 for family cars or vans; $30 for larger vans, small buses and limos; and $75 for tour buses or school buses. Some attractions in Santa’s Village may be extra. All tickets are sold on site, and all major credit and debit cards are accepted.


Looking for a nice and relaxing place to stay after experience all the magical lights at Shadrack’s Christmas Show? Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals invites guests to come stay with us inside one of our spacious Sevierville or Pigeon Forge cabin rentals. Whether you are traveling with just your immediate family or planning a full-fledged family reunion, we offer the perfect Pigeon Forge cabin rental for you and your family.

To begin booking your next Smoky Mountain vacation today, give us a call at 1-800-266-1066. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to answer any and all questions you might have!

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About Mal Alder

Mal Alder is a graduate of the University of Tennessee where she studied Creative Writing with a minor in Journalism and Electronic Media. Beyond writing, her interests include politics, new technology and anything involving the Smoky Mountains. When she's not at work she can be found at the dog park, a bookstore or a golf course, depending on the weather.