From the rugged natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains to the glitz and glamor of Nashville, visitors to Tennessee can find a variety of different events and activities. Tennessee has a rich musical landscape, and music lovers will find a wealth of music-related events and attractions throughout the year. Music isn't Tennessee's only attraction, however, and visitors can also experience festivals, national parks, fine dining and more.
- Gatlinburg, Tennessee in Gatlinburg, TN.
Twice a year in Gatlinburg, in the Smoky Mountains, craft lovers gather together. Here, attendees are exposed to some of the most unique and awe-inspiring work of artisans from across the country.
- Gatlinburg, Tenn. in Gatlinburg, TN.
Thousands of spectators flock to Gatlinburg in early December for this spectacular parade. Eyes dazzle and smiles broaden as it winds through downtown. Bands, balloons and floats make this a superb way to begin the holiday season.
- Nashville, Tennessee in Nashville, TN.
This NFL member football team, located near the Cumberland River, plays regular season games from September to January. With almost 69,000 seats, the Tennessee Titans' coliseum has more than enough room for football-crazy fans.
- Pigeon Forge, Tenn. in , TN.
November through February is the perfect time to visit Pigeon Forge. Winterfest greets guests with light displays and many activities to brighten the winter season. Wilderness Wildlife Week in January brings visitors together with nature. From trolley rides to musical treats, Winterfest is a delight!