More than 100 gospel musicians and groups will entertain over five days April 30 through May 5 in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee at the 8th annual Southern Gospel Music FanFair. The event is at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center in Pigeon Forge. Pigeon Forge is five miles north of Gatlinburg, five miles north of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and 35 miles southeast of Knoxville.
Artists include the Hemphills, the Nelons, Higher Vision, the Goodwins, the Lefevre Quartet and the Blackwood Singers. Tickets are per day, and include admission to matinee and evening performances, worship services and the exhibit hall. Prices are $19.95 general admission, $24.95 artist circle.
In addition to the FanFair’s gospel music, visitors will find plenty to do, from exploring the park to local attractions such as whitewater rafting, Dollywood, NASCAR SpeedPark and Christ in the Smokies Museum and Garden.
Pigeon Forge cabins are a great way to enjoy the mountain air. Auntie Belham’s Cabin Rentals offers nightly (with a two-night minimum), weekend or weekly cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge. These private vacation homes have from one to six bedrooms; all are heated and air-conditioned and feature hot tubs, grills, color televisions and decks. Some have washers and dryers, jet-spa tubs, mountain views and high-speed Internet.
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