OctOBERfest Adventures

Check out Ober Gatlinburg‘s 8th annual OctOBERfest with Erika. They have food, music & fun from September 22 – October 29, 2017. There are indoor and outdoor activities that are fun for all ages. Be sure to catch them next year if you missed this one!

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Halloween, Oktoberfests, & Fall Festivals in the Smokies

With the changing colors of the season, we are greeted with festivities and events to match. Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and the surrounding Smoky Mountain area are full of entertainment options for the fall months. Read on to learn about local events covering Halloween, fall festivals, and Oktoberfests in the area. Halloween Halloween Carnival at The […]

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Things to Do in the Smokies in the Fall

The Smokies is packed with things to do in any season, but fall offers up events and festivals for everyone. We’ve collected some of our favorite events from Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville, and Asheville. Knoxville Tennessee Valley Fair (September 8–17, 2017) Chilhowee Park becomes the focal point to the 98th annual fair. Have your […]

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Celebrate the Fourth in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge

Pull out your American flags, your drink koozies, and your lawn chairs, because it’s time to celebrate America’s Independence!  Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are full of fun and festivities, and each city has a unique take on celebrating. Gatlinburg starts out the day bright and early. Well, technically, it’s very dark. At the stroke of […]

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Plan a Party in the Smokies

The Smokies are a great place to celebrate the seasons and events. What better place to celebrate a wedding, birthday, or a family reunion, than right here in the Smokies? We’ve picked out several venues for you that complement various types of events. 1. Bridal/Wedding Shower Margaritaville at The Island has a unique atmosphere for […]

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4 Ways to Celebrate Easter in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge

Are you considering a visit to the Smokies as part of a spring break that lines up with Easter? Perhaps you’re planning a long weekend getaway over Easter weekend. In either case, the Smoky Mountains have plenty of fun-filled activities for the Easter season. We’ve highlighted four family-oriented activities for you to consider during the […]

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Things to Do in the Smokies in the Spring

While we chip away at the last remaining weeks of winter, we thought we’d share some great things to do in the spring while you’re here in the Smoky Mountains. It’s a wonderful time to be outdoors! St. Patrick’s Day Festivities Technically St. Patrick’s Day falls during winter, but it’s sure to put a spring […]

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Gatlinburg is Open!!!

Gatlinburg has opened to the public today, Friday, December 9th!! Gatlinburg has been closed due to the treacherous wildfires, but the amount of love and support that we have received has been truly incredible! We are humbled. MobileBrochure would like to thank everyone who makes the Great Smoky Mountains what they are. #SmokyMtnStrong.

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Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland at Smokies Stadium Adventures

Accompany Erika at Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland hosted at Tennessee Smokies Baseball Stadium. Experience the world’s largest fully synchronized LED Christmas light and music show from the comfort and warmth of your vehicle! Be sure to stop by Santa’s Workshop, which is free with admission to the light show! Sevierville’s show is open November 4, 2016 to […]

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Smoky Mountain Festivals in Winter

Winter is here already? I know we just saw the peak of fall foliage in the Smoky Mountains, but the Smokies starts their festivities off early. Early, like the second week of November! Gatlinburg Gatlinburg Winter Magic kicks off with a toasty Chili Cookoff from 5–8 p.m. on November 9th, which coincides with the start […]

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