Friday, November 26, 2010


You will love the Christmas Winterfest lights that decorate all of Sevierville starting on I-40, all the way through Route 66 Winfield Dunn Parkway.  A wonderful Christmas parade caps off a wonderful holiday season in Sevierville, the Northern Sister City of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.  Sevierville’s Christmas parade will be held downtown beginning at 11 a.m. on December 4.  This year the parade will be a mix of the traditional entries and new ideas from this year’s first time participants.  The new entries include, Hoop Mood Teens, a hula hoop dance team from Sevierville Middle School.  A horse and carriage from Heritage Carriage Rides and a special float from the new Lumberjack attraction.  The traditional entries and crowd favorites will include area mascots, the antique yellow Blalock truck, majorettes and more!  The parade will conclude with the arrival of Santa Claus.  The parade route will start off from the First Baptist Church parking lot and travel west on Honey Street, right on Forks of the River Parkway, right on Main Street, right on Court Avenue and back to the church.

Sevierville’s 48th Annual Christmas Parade - A traditional hometown parade with baton twirlers, pageant winners, marching bands and floats leading up to the appearance of the Grand Marshal – Santa Claus! Parade begins at 11am and can best be viewed on Forks of the River Parkway and Court Avenue in historic downtown Sevierville, TN. 1-888-SEVIERVILLE (738-4378)

Christmas Wonderland at Smokies Stadium  - The 2nd year for this Winterfest attraction features hundreds of thousands of synchronized LED lights in a drive-through attraction nearly one mile long. Special highlight – 70’ tall light tree! Fees apply for each vehicle. (Available December 2010)

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