Do you and your family love hearing tall tales or ghost stories? Grab your kids, parents, brothers and sisters and head on out to Pigeon Forge, TN for the 17th annual Smoky Mountain Storytelling Festival. This is the time to visit Pigeon Forge, TN and stay at a Pigeon Forge TN Cabin. Come hear ghost stories, folklore, tall tales and many more stories that will be tons of fun for everyone of any age. Starting February 7 and last only until February 9, 2008.
This years festival will be packed with entertaining stories. Storytellers anywhere from California to New York are coming to Pigeon Forge, TN for the Smoky Mountain Storytelling Festival this year. Listen to stories by Waddie Mitchell, Bil Lepp (a 5 time winner of the West Virginia’s Liar Contest), Carmen Deedy (from CUBA!), Willy Chaflin and Mitch Weiss and Martha Hamilton. The festival includes the National YouthStorytelling Showcase that is presented in partnership with the National Storytelling Network. Hear stories from people that are 17 years old and younger. See the talent that the festival has to offer right in Pigeon Forge, TN. Not to mention the people who come in from other cities around the country to be apart of this festival. Also hear some family friendly ghost stories brought to you by the Old Mill Haunts ‘n’ Haints Tales. Many storytellers have recordings and books and have been heard around the world! Don’t miss out on this unique storytelling experience in Pigeon Forge, TN.
Day passes for the festival are $10 for anyone 18 and older and free for 17 and younger. Weekend passes are $25 for 18 and up and free for 17 and under. Tickets for the Old Mill Haunts ‘n’ Haints Tales are $5 per person. For more information call American Jukebox Theater at 1-866-430-8422. Come visit Pigeon Forge, TN during the Smoky Mountain Storytelling Festival and go home with stories to entertain or frighten the people back home. Book a Pigeon Forge TN Cabins and head on out for some great storytelling in Pigeon Forge, TN.