Sweet Summertime Sound

Concerts in Pigeon Forge

Get out of the hot weather and get moving to some good music with these summertime concerts in Pigeon Forge. The first three of these concerts are part of the Celebrity Concert Series, brought to you by Country Tonite and First Class Productions. You can catch these great shows in June and July at the Country Tonite Theatre. Tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased by calling 865-453-2003. Prices may vary.

Friday, July 3—Shenandoah featuring Marty Raybon
Country fans will be excited to hear that Marty Raybon, the original lead singer for Shenandoah, has rejoined the group for this year’s summer tour. You can hear all 13 of their number one records at this summertime show. Favorites like “Two Dozen Roses,” “Next to You, Next to Me,” “Church on Cumberland Road,” and “Mama Knows” will please longtime fans and first-time listeners. Tickets for this show are $35+tax.

Friday, July 24—The Grits & Glamour Tour Starring Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan
Pull on your boots and leave your worries at the door as you enjoy veteran country singers Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan for the Grits and Glamour Tour this summer. These highly successful recording artists have 28 top 10 hits between them, more than 18 million records sold, and 12 number one songs. They have also won Grammys and CMA Awards and made Broadway appearances. Now you can catch their stellar music—including hits like “Maybe It Was Memphis,” “Shake the Sugar Tree,” “Something in Red,” “What Part of No,” and “Except for Monday”—as they grace the Country Tonite Stage in July. Tickets are $39.95+tax.

Saturday, August 1—Stringtime in the Smokies
Coming in August, you don’t want to miss Stringtime in the Smokies at the Old Mill Square! You can enjoy hours of FREE music in the heart of Pigeon Forge, including the Grassroots Gringos, Richard Bennett, and Wyatt Rice and Robinella. At this mini concert series, you can also have fun watching or participating in the Smoky Mountain Cornhole Tournament in memory of Sergeant Brett Benton. This fun-filled day of music and activities begins at 11 a.m. and ends with evening bluegrass performances starting at 7 p.m. Bring a lawn chair and your dancing partner to enjoy a night on the town at Stringtime in the Smokies this summer.

Of course, these are just a few of the musical events taking place in Pigeon Forge this summer. For ongoing shows, check out our page on Musical Entertainment in Pigeon Forge. You can catch several amazing shows at the Smoky Mountain Opry, including the Blackwoods Morning Variety Show featuring the world-famous Blackwood singers. Dollywood—world-famous theme park owned by country legend Dolly Parton—is another great place to enjoy a variety of live music and entertainers while you’re in the Smokies.

And if you’re looking for the right place to stay for all this great music, check out our Pigeon Forge cabins. We have cabins of all sizes with a variety of amenities. From budget-friendly to pet-friendly, Pigeon Forge Cabins has what you’re looking for. Call us today for help booking your summertime getaway. Our reservation specialists are available 24/7 to answer your questions and get you one step closer to kicking back and swaying to the music in Pigeon Forge this summer.

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