The 19th annual Smoky Mountains storytelling festival is set to kick off on June 10th. The Pigeon Forge storytelling festival is a tradition that has gained many fans.
Imagine the excitement you felt when you first heard the story of the three little pigs. People love stories. Whether 10 years old or 60 years old, we all love a good story. Stories jump start the imagination and give us a greater sense of adventure and excitement for life.
In keeping with the Smoky Mountain storytelling festival annual event’s quality, storytellers from around the country come to spin tales that leave crowds smiling. Riveted with the portrayal of great characters and even greater backdrops, crowds leave in awe of the fun that is the storytelling festival of the Smoky Mountains.
The Pigeon Forge storytelling festival features concerts and workshops that the whole family can enjoy. The event also showcases the National Youth Storytelling Showcase. In the showcase, kids under 17 years old from across the country show off their storytelling talents.
Story tellers that will appear in this year’s Smoky Mountain story telling festival include Mountain Man Bob Phillips, Larry Kelley, Michael Reno Harrell, Rick Love, elizabeth Rose, Lyn Ford, Willy Claflin, and Mary Hamilton.
The Pigeon Forge story telling festival will take place in the Grand Majestic Theatre which is located on Teaster Lane. Children under 17 are admitted for free but all attendees must have a ticket. Tickets can be purchased directly through the theatre. The phone number for the Grand Majestic Theatre is 865-774-7777.
If you’re looking for something to spur your inspiration and kick Summer adventure into high gear, then think about coming to Pigeon Forge. Better yet, why not stay at a Pigeon Forge cabin? The Smoky Mountains offer a great backdrop for adventure! Give us a call if you would like to hear about some of our wonderful cabins. You can reach our team at 1-866-513-7885.
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