2011 Smoky Mountain Gospel Jubilee – Pigeon Forge, TN


If you love country music, you’ll love Country Tonite. If you love gospel, you’ll love Country Tonite. If you love free, you’ll love Country Tonite, well at least on February 3rd and 4th of 2011.

The Country Tonite show in Pigeon Forge was voted the 2001-2009 show of the year. It has also been named the Best Show in the Smokies  and the Best Live Country Show in America. However, from February 3rd to February 4th, 2011 the theatre will host a special event. The Smoky Mountain Gospel Jubilee is an annual event that features some great gospel music and great gospel performers.

Your family will love the Smoky Mountain Gospel Jubilee. The energy and enthusiasm of the performers will keep your spirits uplifted and help you feel connected with the gospel community.

On February 3 the Country Tonite Theatre will host the Smoky Mountain Gospel Jubilee. The traditional Country Tonite show has been in Pigeon Forge for fourteen years. The show features comedy, singing, dancing, and a great show of patriotism. The typical show at Country Tonite covers some classic country music as well as some new country music.

On February 3rd and 4th the Country Tonite theatre will be taken over by the 18th Annual Smoky Mountain Gospel Jubilee. Ministers from different churches will speak and so will Ann Hammond who is known for being a person that successfully lives with Tourette’s Syndrom. Choirs will belt great gospel tunes. Performers and speakers for the jubilee will include Lisa Ann Hammond, Floyd Road Baptist Church choir, Central Baptist Church Choir, Ralph Sexton, Joe Arthur, Tommy Steel, Curtis Parker, T.D. Burgess, Trinity Baptist choir, Calvary Baptist Church choir,  and the McLeansville Baptist Church choir.

Tickets to the Smoky Mountain Gospel Jubilee are absolutely free for all in attendance.

The Country Tonite Theatre can be found at the following address:

Country Tonite Theatre
129 Showplace Blvd
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Their phone number is 1-800-792-4308

One thought on “2011 Smoky Mountain Gospel Jubilee – Pigeon Forge, TN

  1. I just returned from Pigeon Forge after a 3 day stay and I have
    not felt that my visit was complete because of the closing of the
    Smoky Mt. Jubilee and the High Pockets Show…We were always
    entertained at the theater by the whole crew and especially enjoyed
    the gospel singing…Are any of the people in other shows in the area?

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